Joni Mitchell - For The Roses album download
Авторы текста и музыки. WMG (от лица компании "Elektra 0591"); Sony ATV Publishing, UBEM, CMRRA, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (3).
Woodwinds and Reeds: Tommy Scott Bass: Wilton Felder Drums: Russ Kunkel Percussion: Bobbye Hall Strings: Bobby Notkoff Harmonica: Graham Nash Electric Guitar (Cold Blue Steel and Sweet Fire): James Burton Rock 'n' Roll Band (Blonde in the Bleachers): Stephen Stills. Sound and Guidance: Henry Lewy Recorded at A&M Studios- Hollywood, California. I love the way that Joni's albums are whole works, each with a mood and a sound all its own, and For the Roses is such a perfect example of that. jjrose on 2010-Aug-23 at 11:27:39 GMT-5
If there was a reissue of For the Roses, I'd probably pass on it, as I can't imagine it sounding much better. My copy, from the Salvation Army, has a hole punch through the upper right corner (cut-out?). Reply Notify me Helpful. I wonder why there was no Rhino reissue of this?
On For the Roses, Joni Mitchell began to explore jazz and other influences in earnest. As one might expect from a transitional album, there is a lot of stylistic ground explored, including straight folk selections using guitar ("For the Roses") and piano ("Banquet," "See You Sometime," "Lesson in Survival") overtly jazzy numbers ("Barangrill," "Cold Blue Steel and Sweet Fire," and hybrids that cross the two "Let the Wind.
Renews automatically. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Joni Mitchell's music has gone through many phases. This album probably represents the last of what might be called her "folky" period "For the Roses" is music in much the same vein as albums like "Blue" and "Ladies of the Canyon"; mostly beautiful gentle melodies with thoughtful, sometimes acerbic lyrics, and occasional unexpected twists that elevate the songs above th. .
For the Roses was Joni Mitchell’s first release after her commercial and critical breakthrough album, Blue. The album is a transitional project in Mitchell’s canon, going from her folk roots to some new jazz experimentations
Hits is a 1996 greatest hits compilation by Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell. As of December 2007, it has sold 488,000 copies in the United States, and was certified Gold in the United Kingdom in 2013 for 100,000 copies sold. A counterpart album, Misses, was released on the same day as Hits. All songs were written by Joni Mitchell, except "Unchained Melody" by Alex North and Hy Zaret. Urge for Going" – 5:05.
Band Name Joni Mitchell. Album Name For The Roses. Released date November 1972. Labels Elektra Records. 9. You Turn Me on I'm a Radio. 10. Blonde in the Bleachers. 11. Woman of Heart and Mind.
Album: For The Roses (1972). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. Artistfacts ®. Lyrics. Mitchell (from a 1996 interview with the Los Angeles Times): "That was my first farewell to show business. I was in Canada, where I have a sanctuary where I still go sometimes, and I had decided to quit show business and get away from all the pressures I felt. To me, this was an unfair, crooked business and it has nothing to do with real talent. Introducing this song in concert in 1972, Mitchell said: "That comes from the expression 'To run for the roses. You know what that's all about: you take this horse and he comes charging into the finish line and they throw a wreath of flowers around his neck and then one day they take him out and shoot hi. This is the title track to Mitchell's fifth album, which was her first released on David Geffen's Asylum Records.