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This podcast tells the story of Joni Mitchell over the course of the year. Episodes contain interviews and song clips to help tell about her extraordinary career.
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In the final episode of Year of the Joni, we take a look at Joni Mitchell's quiet exit from the mainstream in the 2000s and reflect on her legacy.
In this month's episode, we take a look at Joni Mitchells re-emergence in the 1990s.
In this episode of "Year of the Joni", we take a look at Joni Mitchell's struggle to acclimate to the synthesized sounds of the 1980s.
In this month's episode, we see Joni Mitchell dive head first into jazz, alienating her mainstream audience.
In this episode, we'll take a look at the events that took place in 1976 that helped shape the groundbreaking Joni Mitchell album Hejira.
In this month's episode we take a look at the events that would result in Joni Mitchell's evolution as an artist on albums like Court & Spark and The Hissing of Summer Lawns.
On this episode of "Year of the Joni", we take a look at Joni Mitchell's escape to the Canadian wilderness, her and her underrated classic, "For the Roses".
In this episode, we take a close look at the people, events, and experiences that would shape one of Joni Mitchell's greatest albums, "Blue."
In this month's episode of "Year of the Joni", we take a look at Joni's maturation as a songwriter and her acceptance from a national audience.
In the third installment of "Year of the Joni", we take a look at Joni Mitchell's first experiences in the music business.
In this episode, we take a look at Joni Mitchell's abrupt plunge into adulthood
In the first episode of "Year of the Joni", we take a look at Joni Mitchell's upbringing on the Canadian prairie and the events that would shape the resilient, uncompromising artist we know today.
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dok dicer

Boy, oh boy, Mitchell is such an infuriatingly self-righteous and self-aggrandizing narcissist. Her daughter probably dodged a bullet by only getting to know her as an adult. Still, great podcast.

Jul 24th
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dok dicer

what I really love about this podcast is how it manages to show that these artists are complex personalities with a lot of faults. In this particular episode it occurred to me what I found so irritating about Joni the whole time: she seems to be (or at least comes across as) a very aggressive and self-centered person who externalizes her own fuck-ups onto others and plays the victim instead of owning them. The cool thing is that the cast shows it instead of telling. And that it manages to show how and why these people were important without glorifying them. Well done.

May 20th
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