Music

Joni Mitchell - Vault Digging

  • Track Count 21
  • Total Length 1:41:44
Sample this playlist
  1. 1 The Circle Game Joni Mitchell 05:47
  2. 2 Woman of Heart and Mind The Rolling Thunder Revue 03:30
  3. 3 Coyote The Rolling Thunder Revue 05:37
  4. 4 Don't Interrupt the Sorrow The Rolling Thunder Revue 03:48
  5. 5 Edith and the Kingpin The Rolling Thunder Revue 04:17
  6. 6 Shadows And Light (with Joni Mitchell) The Band 05:49
  7. 7 Furry Sings The Blues (with Joni Mitchell) The Band 05:55
  8. 8 Acadian Driftwood (with Joni Mitchell and Neil Young) The Band 07:17
  9. 9 Our House Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 03:41
  10. 10 Long May You Run Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 05:48
  11. 11 Happy Birthday (to Joni Mitchell) Dr. John 01:07
  12. 12 River Don Henley 04:49
  13. 13 That Song About The Midway Bonnie Raitt 03:40
  14. 14 Both Sides Now Judy Collins 07:08
  15. 15 Chelsea Morning Judy Collins 04:02
  16. 16 Urge For Going Tom Rush 05:02
  17. 17 The Circle Game Turley Richards 04:36
  18. 18 Big Yellow Taxi The New Riders of the Purple Sage 04:51
  19. 19 Real Good for Free Indigo Girls 03:57
  20. 20 Woodstock Stephen Stills 07:17
  21. 21 This Flight Tonight Nazareth 03:46
Playlist Description

Joni Mitchell has the right song for every mood. From the perfect top-down-on-a-Sunday-afternoon number to a cry-yourself-to-sleep song, Mitchell's music and her comforting vocals have been enjoyed by many over many years. Mitchell is probably one of folk/rock's most influential female artists of the 20th century, and her independence, technical expertise and ability to put both sorrow and joy to music characterize her timeless songwriting. Though there are no complete Joni Mitchell concerts in the Wolfgang’s Vault Archives, she does pop up quite a bit if you know where to look...but now you needn’t look any further than this playlist. Tune in to hear her playing solo at the 1969 Newport Folk Festival, dancing with the Band at their Last Waltz, harmonizing with CSNY, and getting a showcase during a Rolling Thunder Revue show. There are also covers of Mitchell’s songs and, just for fun, a recording of Dr. John singing “Happy Birthday” to Joni while she was in the crowd at one of his shows.