Joni Mitchell

Joni Mitchell is a renowned, multi award-winning Canadian-American singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, best known for her contribution to folk music in the '60s.

She released her debut album, "Song to a Seagull" in 1968, followed by: "Clouds" (1969), "Ladies of the Canyon" (1970), "Blue" (1971), "For the Roses" (1972), "Court and Spark" (1974), "The Hissing of Summer Lawns" (1975), "Hejira" (1976), "Don Juan's Reckless Daughter" (1977), "Mingus" (1979), "Wild Things Run Fast" (1982), "Dog Eat Dog" (1985), "Chalk Mark in a Rain Storm" (1988), "Night Ride Home" (1991), "Turbulent Indigo" (1994), "Taming the Tiger" (1998), "Both Sides Now" (2000), "Travelogue" (2002), plus 2007's: "Shine".

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