Chelsea Morning: Joni Mitchell

Well, this brings us to the end of favorite Coffee songs. This one is mine.

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21 Comments on “Chelsea Morning: Joni Mitchell”

  1. GnuFOOL Says:

    what a morning it is.

    • katry Says:

      This is totally new to me though I know the two of them have sung together on a variety of songs.

      • Rick Oztown Says:

        Never knew there was a music video of this fantasy. I heard the piece many times. Music videos have their own world. My images in my head when I heard the piece were not at all like this.

      • katry Says:

        I never even knew this song let alone imagine a video. I find books to movies much the same as you did this video. The images don’t match my imaginings.

  2. Lori Kossowsky Says:

    Good Morning Kat,
    It was a hairball morning for me when I finally woke up. A favorite of mine– but then I’ve always been a Joni fan. I also liked video that GnuFOOL showed.

    I am going to recital tonight to hear one of my friend’s sing tonight, where she will sing light classical and 40’s songs.

    Take Care,
    Lori and the crew

  3. Spaceman Says:

    Ward off folk spirits;

    • Hedley Says:

      Piling on……..ANGUS !!!

      • katry Says:

        Again, I listened but I wasn’t totally enthused. I am not into hard rock. I don’t know why, but I haven’t ever been.

      • katry Says:

        I listened to parts of all of these. I liked You Shook Me All Night Long and also liked Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap. You didn’t convince me but I leaned a bit!

    • katry Says:

      I have never been a hard rock fan, and I know little of AC/DC. I listened, but I don’t think I’d buy an album.

      • Spaceman Says:

        AC/DC has a certain style about them. Every now and then, they hit the spot

      • katry Says:

        I don’t think I have heard any but the two videos here.

      • Hedley Says:

        Kat, AC/DC were recently included on the NMEs list of 50 artists you should see before you die. Saw them once and they are a true no ballads band, and were full of humor.

      • katry Says:

        Boston does get its share of music, but I find it not so fun driving up, trying to park and then getting home so late. I used to stay overnight with my mother, and she’d babysit the dog so I’d go to plays often but not so much music.

      • Spaceman Says:

        Well what is appealing about AC/DC is that their songs are dirt simple straight-up rock. Nothing pretentious here. I know I won’t convince you, but sometimes nothing but some AC/DC will fill the need for rock n roll fix

  4. Ted Says:

    Kat, you can play Joni Mitchell anytime as far as I’m concerned.

    By the way, the new guy lobstering with me this year is 23 years old, recent college grad, and a musician (guitar). We were listening to WERU today (remember, I told you about this phenomenon) during the “Saturday Morning Coffeehouse” and he was saying that one of his favorites is Joni Mitchell, particularly her “Blue” album (“every note perfect” he said). Scored a few points with me there. He said that he had got into songwriting while he was in college and wanted to study some of the best. Simon & Garfunkel was one of his favorites since he was young, so he studied Paul Simon’s writing—also Leonard Cohen and Neil Young. Also likes Nick Cave, whom I find interesting and really should get to know better.

    Anyway, there’s hope for the younger generation. Who knew?

    • katry Says:

      That guy is a keeper. He can come to my house anytime for some music and a drink or two on the deck. He’s named all my favorites though like you I don’t know Nick Cave too well.

      I bookmarked that station and forgot all about it today. I’ll have to remember to use a sticky.

      Blue is a musical phenomenon.

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