Joni Mitchell A Woman In The East 1983

A Woman In The East: The 1983 Tokyo Broadcast is a live recording by Joni Mitchell.

It was recorded at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo.

Joni Mitchell A Woman In The East

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Songs On Joni Mitchell A Woman In The East

1. Free Man in Paris
2. Edith and the Kingpin
3. You Dream Flat Tires
4. Refugee of the Road
5. You’re So Square
6. For Free
7. Big Yellow Taxi
8. A Case of You
9. God Must Be a Boogie Man
10. Wild Things Run Fast
11. Don’t Interrupt the Sorrow
12. Solid Love
13. Chinese Cafe/Unchained Melody
14. Help Me
15. You Turn Me On I’m A Radio
16. Love
17. Both Sides Now
18. Underneath the Streetlight
19. Woodstock
20. Carey

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3 thoughts on “Joni Mitchell A Woman In The East 1983”

    1. If you’re a Joni Mitchell fan, I recommend you start with the two official live albums, Miles of Aisles (a traditional sounding album) and Shadows & Light, which is jazzy.

  1. “Definitely. While reading David Yaffe’s great bio of her creative and person journey, I listened to each of her albums in sequence, simultaneous to his deep analysis of same chapter in her life. I highly recommend that combination. Plan to do it with other musicians’ biographies and memoirs, like Dylan‘s memoir “Chronicles”, which I’ve already read but may redo as I listen “Chronologically” too.

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