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Radio & Podcasts

New Releases Plus A Birthday Celebration of Joni Mitchell and For The Roses

Read "New Releases Plus A Birthday Celebration of Joni Mitchell and For The Roses" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast presents new releases from from violinist Susan Reed, vocalists Paul Marinaro, Sweet Megg, Caity Georgy and vibraphonist Patricia Brennan, with birthday shoutouts to Joni Mitchell (also celebrating the 50th anniversary of her release For The Roses), Janet Lawson, Bertha Hope, Ernestine Anderson, LaVern Baker, Miho Hazama, Carmen Lundy, Patricia Barber and Amanda Tosoff among others. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by purchasing their music during this time of pandemic so they can continue ...

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Radio & Podcasts

New Releases and A Jazz Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Joni Mitchell's Blue

Read "New Releases and A Jazz Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Joni Mitchell's Blue" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


The broadcast presents new releases from Frankie Valli, saxophonist Jasmine Lovell-Smith, vocalist Noa Fort, guitarist Paul Silbergleit and trumpeter Colin Steele, with birthday shoutouts to Rhoda Scott, Melissa Walker and Tierney Sutton. In the second hour—a special jazz celebration for the 50th anniversary of Joni Mitchell's iconic album Blue. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by purchasing their music.Playlist Rhoda Scott & Lady Quartet “I Wanna Move" from We Free Queens (Sunset-Sunside) 00:00 Ian ...

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Radio & Podcasts

New Releases and a Celebration of Joni Mitchell

Read "New Releases and a Celebration of Joni Mitchell" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


The autumn harvest of new releases continues with recordings by Alan Broadbent, Brandi Disterheft, Joel Ross, The Royal Bopsters, Mary Halvorson's Code Girl, Richard Baratta, Ian Hendrickson-Smith, Rebecca Hennessy, Tom Oren and Fred Hersch, with birthday shoutouts to Lauren Henderson, Sarah Jerrom, Kurt Elling, Patricia Barber, Kitty Margolis, Chris Connor and as always, Joni Mitchell. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by purchasing their music during this time of lockdown.Playlist Alan Broadbent Trio “Struttin' ...

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Radio & Podcasts

Moon's Up, Night's Up - Taking the Town By Surprise

Read "Moon's Up, Night's Up - Taking the Town By Surprise" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


The annual celebratory broadcast for Joni Mitchell included an assortment of her songs by various jazz artists, plus new releases from Jeff Goldblum and the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, Norah Jones, saxophonist T.K. Blue, singer/poet Lisa B (Lisa Bernstein), and vibraphone artist Lolly Allen; also more birthday shout outs to Chris Conner, Betty Bryant (going strong at 90), Rene Marie, Gregory Porter, Kitty Margolis, guitarist Russell Malone, pianists Sue Palmer, Anne Sajdera and Patricia Barber, among others. Playlist Yoko ...

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Radio & Podcasts

Joni Mitchell Turns 75; Remembering Roy Hargrove

Read "Joni Mitchell Turns 75; Remembering Roy Hargrove" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This post-election broadcast celebrates the new wave of women in the House and Senate -also remembering Roy Hargrove (1969-2018) in the second hour plus a special 75th birthday tribute to Joni Mitchell in the third hour. Playlist Roxy Coss “Nevertheless She Persisted" from The Future Is Female (Posi-Tone) 00:00 Ethel Ennis “If Women Ruled the World" from If Women Ruled the World (Savoy Jazz) 06:25 Jo Stafford “Sugar (That Sugar Baby O' Mine)" from Jo Stafford-Cocktail Hour (Columbia ...

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Jazzmatazz

Joni Mitchell's Amelia: A Flight through Love

Read "Joni Mitchell's Amelia: A Flight through Love" reviewed by Matt Hooke


On its surface, it looks plain. In the annals of popular song, there are many love songs dedicated to a particular girl, Van Morrisons' “Gloria," Rod Stewarts' “Maggie May," Eric Claptons' “Layla," but Joni Mitchell's ode to Amelia Earhart is different. The lost aviator is not the target of Michell's affections, but her therapist. Mitchell sees herself reflected in the myth of Earhart. Unlike the songs mentioned above, “Amelia" doesn't beg for someone's love, hope for something new, ...

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Album Review

Joni Mitchell: Shine

Read "Shine" reviewed by John Kelman


With a remarkable career that includes the near-perfect Asylum triptych of Court and Spark (1974), The Hissing of Summer Lawns (1975) and Hejira (1976), it's almost beyond reasonable expectation for Joni Mitchell to produce an album that, more than three decades later, lives up to those early classics. Still, while Shine doesn't quite have the magic of those three releases, it's certainly one of her best since.

It's also an album where Mitchell admits, in the ...


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