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"joni mitchell" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Unknown. Mobile was viewed and the thing is to include. Her voice sounded closer to like. I would say like christine beefy. You know so didn't out announced that is the unfortunate of the transition from seventy in the eighties. Is that very very. few artists. Were able to make that transit ads custody in my humble opinion and having some interesting did did itsel while ray like you think about the police youtube all you to that transition into but like any also they adapted to it where like other people succumb to it and hearing some of the journey eighty. She definitely succumbs. Kids do and hammy that synthesizer. Let me see what i can do on now. I mean she was using synthesizers before any of them yet. This is maybe why. She thought she could do it. But anyway she also doesn't do that with peter. Gabriel on that album and is not good and like there's a couple other if the album is good. I listened to it. I tried. I won't i won't lie. I skipped after about ninety seconds of most of the songs. They actually will say her ninety one album which i'm blanking on the name of think it's late night ride home or something like oh on the is actually say right. Now good you pull it up. Let's see right home. Yeah yeah know that now. I'm really surprised me. I only listen to like one and a quarter times. Because i had other things to focus on this week but i did. I really enjoyed. What is hearing their single coming from the cold. Got some spin on alternative radio at the time. And i feel like i've maybe heard it before even but this is a solid track. It's a nice vibe. There's definitely some things. I think that the the ninety five maybe a little better agree yeah. It's also interesting to how i feel like. We're in almost revisionist era too. Because i have a feeling that because music criticism was learning white male dominated for the longest time a couple of years ago and powers of npr. She did list of the best albums by women And it's just kind of a fuck you to every other lists that was out there but just like women. Creators women bands women everything. What are the best albums by women. Number one was blue by joni mitchell and recently on the most recent rolling stone list of the five hundred greatest albums of all time the rejected a couple of things around most notably a beatles album is not the number one spot that now goes to what's going on by marvin gaye and for all of the weird shit that they did the johnny seventies. They put blue number three. I mean i. i'm pretty sure. They also like hold industry people and like didn't go by that but took it into account. And i think that may have had a a hand in that rising the ranks because it's also very much even as much as it wasn't a commercial success as much. I feel like it's very much musicians. Alvarez other sessions for the summer light Only was the food. I find like another couple facts. I remember finding out that bjork's favorite joni. Mitchell album is don's daughter when she's in our black face moment wonder when the rest of the romanian after the side cast. Everybody's y it's been talked about. But i just never been ver- at have you seen the scandal and i'm you know i'm envisioning the cover on like doesn't seem that there's a black dude. There's joni mitchell there's little white kid bureau. The black dude is joanie exactly. And that's the reason. I really debated doing that as the opening joke of the of the podcast stupid. Listen get will. Generally i think part of it too was just the fact like listen. We're going to talk about it anyways. They don't think we should shy away from it to as much as we love joni and i do love joni. That's an unfortunate part of her career and that yeah it can't. It can't really be ignored. But i think if you asked her about it now i would like to think that she would may be viewed in shoot. Actually address like yeah. I looked up. That was a bad idea. Exactly all i thought it was seen by our guys time off. I was even encouraged me and it wasn't anything and so feel like i feel like that's again part of her legs. We have to reckon with but again now that blue suddenly become training into this thing it has more momentum and more power than ever has before which is kind of striking honestly kind of amazing. I sent you guys. I'm not sure if you had a chance to listen to today. They did little ep. Release of demos and unruly songs from the sessions to which included river with french horns which included a to sanju recorded for it that weren't included including the urge for Wanting or relievers remaining which was one of the songs that she ever wrote for someone else but she was gonna recorded for blue and it just never Never made it on there too. So there's still a lot of things happening with their. I hope that we have another moment with court spark and i hope that when the fiftieth anniversary comes around from other fucking kissing a summer long schools realize that to them such a fun discovery. This week though. I will say album. And i'm so happy. We thought pronouncing we really fight parents. Tearing not tally. Is i fight on this podcast. I.
"joni mitchell" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Minnesota subscribe now leg because she gave weirdo when she was poor. Living new new york. I think at the time and so just didn't know her and tried to secretly connect with for years until one of her college friends who knew the story sold the story to a tabloid so then all of a sudden it became public knowledge with people. Like all anabel remains a lot more sense you know in other than other songs too. And eventually while she tried to track down eventually gave up in nineteen ninety. Seven daughter found her and they reconnected. And they were able to have a good relationship Until they had a falling out which from what i understand involved in instant which they got angry and joni slatter and then they had a kind of edward estranged for about ten years or so and then have been gradually. Bring things back a little bit. And then joni had brain aneurysm in two thousand fifteen and lost some of her move into relates to the still recovery and apparently wants to do some sort of comeback. But we'll see if that happens to the she was on her twitter talking about The fiftieth anniversary of blue. And how she feels like. It's so great. Thank people will get it now because the thing is like a comic as an album as it is it wasn't like a huge seller. He is actually one of the. I think the most incredible parts of joni mitchell and her legacy is that truly. Her legacy is so much longer than her commercial success and she almost is having just as much mersal success. Now as she was having in the early nineteen seventies Because it truly. I mean especially if you look at spotify numbers the songs that have hundreds of streams on spotify or not hits for john mccain half of thousands of you this is actually a really fascinating points that i noticed so in nineteen ninety-six talent when she when she put out her greatest hits album that was just called hits and then she put out a companion piece. That was just called mrs her favorite de cuts so as all of the most famous from popular songs de cuts. A case of you was on mrs white in one thousand nine hundred ninety six. That's still psalm was still obscure enough to be considered a deep cut. Its magic come out google on here. Oh this is how i got to fall in love yet. So i grew up listening to the jaffe johnny later giant hood jira lawns like they timed off. My dad's favor. Practical magic comes out. Is i think still on. Hbo right now. For stringing officers under nicole kidman classic ninety eight ninety eight okay so the sound chopper this movie slacks and has to exxon's on it and it has joni mitchell at face of you and that is how i found an film with blue in nineteen ninety how i was fifteen years. Old is writing eighty three. I long other practical magic soundtrack was like what though fuck is this. I enrolled in arctic at the time. Something deep within did i was like i must seek this out and listen to more of it and that is how i fell in love with folk song. Joni mitchell of like. I discover all on my own Gutless two very different version came out. And i heard that song for the first time i was like oh. This is what heart breaks. I mean you're all dead now. That's that's a very probable help to its rise. The i also remember that during the late two thousands. When when pitchfork was at its peak i remember at least a two different like big indie names at the time covering a haze of you and it also is now being included on like lists of the greatest songs ever written and things like that and to hear. My dad's say that was not the case forty years ago. Yeah it has had its profile as a song has completely changed. Yeah and similarly. I'll always remember the first time. I heard big yellow taxi. Oh was fucking counting. Crows ranch for two thousand like that. You think that that's who wrote that song like earlier. This agos researching this podcast. Work with some younger millennials. Younger than millennial millennials and they were a counting pro song yellow taxi game on those fish. Straight join middle som- that kind of covered and lots of other people have covered. I think she'll probably the late. Ninety grid is sample by janet jackson and the great song to god leads. Gone drink you to a i. of course i'll always remember my dad like either digging out or he might have even had to go. Buy this album on cd to be like. This is the version you should know even kind of gross fan. Although also i guess she had a genuine hit offer live album miles of aisles with the live version of big yellow taxi. Better than the The original journey version but not enough to make miles vials alive album gold which was pretty solid. They'll say they're the question is dealer Limited ourselves wisely do this era of nineteen sixty eight to nineteen seventy nine. Hey listen to any joni. After that will bit by not invested enough to stay. You know what i mean like. I did my toe in my opinion there. You're doing She did so much. Hanjani some orchestra l- album renditions of songs. Like i remember someone writing up to the aged voice singing both sides now with enormous. I have heard that. That's the most popular rhinos that even more than the judy collins version. I think the the most now rans s. She understands that. This truly can't people size. But also i had to because i reviewed this box set of hers afford except joni hat and has basically like memories and photographs. It was this idea of like kind of her curing her own greatest hits across four discs. Okay cool so there's a couple obvious at some deeper cuts on there which interesting then of all the things she decided she picked dancing clown. And i don't know if you know anything about mitchell's eighties albums. But she you know octagon drums synthesizers all that stuff. She did those things joni. Mitchell did those things and she had a song called dancing. Clown holiday is a duet with. Billy idol isn't you bet. Your ass is.
"joni mitchell" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Unlike journey. Wow what the fuck you know what. My theory is somebody that works for rolling stone at the time tried to go out joni. She's like thank you and they were like so with that said now that we have is that we're not rolling stone. Yeah who is a i. Guess apparently James taylor left her because he also she sings on You've got a friend at which i didn't play a lot of live leon thrives believe all. I want carry california. Yeah though. They're pretty for pretty incredible song after ganja and then she then he just broke up with her because became way too famous. Just kinda apparently the heroin. He got very involved with a little heroin. Joanie was i highest the heroine within the young lord. What i heard was that she left him at an airport. Another way to see his his wife tonight is about okay guys like he was taking your home to his family like take that next step but he was also developing a really nasty heroin problem and she was like she was at an airport having connecting play on her way to north carolina. Easiest bam literally like. I can't do this and gone back. On north carolina north carolina lack come on and raise up will and also i guess she. She gets faxed graham nash when she was vacationing in greece. To let them know that it was over as well or something. Yeah i urged yeah. I think he's remarkable remarkable. I'm exploit that. They all seek very highly of her later in life and we had a great time much happy to so happy to and now gonna play the song that she wrote for this trivia for her i like genuinely but also have pointed out. She was an innovator at the time because so many female songwriters they were able to be artists in their own right. I talked to my parents about stu and rolling stone of how basically slut shaming her. And it's like in my stepmom. She's like well. Did they say do the same thing about carole king deputy contemporary. And i'm like no. I had to really think about why carole king wasn't slut shamed like daddy think odd you may not have had as many high profile romances bill. So she's been writing pop song since the nineteen fifty. She's been in that machinery for a while so when she finally came around with an album with my seventy one's tapestry the legendary record that is it was just here. I am as an artist and there was an announcement overnight. Success that can happen from there but she hit was to neil. She wasn't a public figure. In the way that joni mitchell was and so. I feel like she kind of may of airbnb innings. Oh yeah now. This couch was like oh. It's been around for a while. She she raised on the raisons. Not only is like everybody wanna fucker. But when she's w she's down with you and she moves on my impression from all. This is really sad that it had to end. It was really like bitter sweet for about. I loved him a lot like it was time. Exactly fitness is always like and. She's like that. That sucks but i'm over entered purpose served. Its purpose and then also all the stuff with your daughter to of a surprise to find out about how they finally met in nineteen ninety-seven. I didn't know any branded the storytime now. I mean that's the purpose happier..
"joni mitchell" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Time. we'll also talk about. let's talk about about. Let's just talk about don's reckless daughter. The album cover. Do you remember the news ninety again this week. Oh yeah i did. I like unspecified so okay. Let's listen while pulling there's the there's the album cover with you know. The the speech bubbles speech mobile's besides joni mitchell in black face as a black man in her black character fan. I no. that's fine at evan. At the top of every main tasks episode makes a if you're nasty joke and this week's was unfortunately the name of her black face character that with her jazz friends reckless daughter. His name is art. Nouveau no no and on the album cover. He can coated saying things. Have we found this. Leave this leave is the worst part well first of all. There's also the worst part is also a weight. So that right there. I mean it. Tommy joni mitchell's and black based in a worst part. That's a small that's joni. Mitchell is an indian girl. No hell and all my question. Exactly how could you do this. Joni on on the sleeve of the actual record. There's another photo of art. Invo and i believe it says we're having a hard time finding at the moment but it says Believe muslims muslims had spelled with uh us. Yeah it's all i see. It's yeah so and it's one of those things where there is also photos of her going into black face at parties to and the thing is that it kind of speaks to a little bit. Anything that we're gonna use this as a way to contentiously. Jump off your. I think part of the reason why she felt came with it. And it's kind of glossed over with her legacy because mitchell. She made a lot of great albums. But now i know this shit. I'm having to wrap my brain right. It's hard to know when i feel like the january. After corden spark was a success after helped me made the top ten. She still herself opening from of other male rock artists like bob dylan contemporaries of hers at the time to What she wasn't really a big fan of as well and that's part of the reason why she also started moving towards jazz. Jazz musicians loved her and i. This is just speculation on my part. But i have a feeling that just being around black jazz musicians as well and her like just being friendly with them. There is a sense that maybe like she describes. This idea of this character remaining gets a pass. It's still ill advised. You gotta get my rewarding. The twenty twenty one is in. it's deeply Not cool deeply. Not good but at the same time. I kind of want to pivot off that to talk about the retreat that she had from rock criticism as well because Before we get into her paramore's which allie really wants to talk about as well. Allie credible managing mental has got up. But she also has kind of gone. The thing is that when she way when she started dating graham nash. That was kimball. Bit of a power couple. Bromance put her up there in the headlines. The point where when she started breaking through rolling stone didn't argo calling her rock and roll old lady Which is not great and also didn't list the diagram list of all the famous people that she has sex with israel which one of the things which is just the her businesses. I right but the thing that being interested in it and then being a rock magazine kind of reporting on these little towns Just one thing is like people mandated that it's another thing entirely to have rolling stone. Yeah and also do they do that ship for the male musicians who also slip all these people. I don't see the cover story. On the fact that entire ban managed to date the same woman like like league. And these david graham nash. Yeah i don't know what james taylor. Yeah onion band with each other and you like date in fall in love with like they didn't just like normally call that fleetwood mac to see era but i'm saying that the double standard is rampant. And then let's not forget. Rolling stone then went ahead and turn around and called the hissing of summer lawns quote the worst album of the year without from his. Just been like if unlike journey. Wow what the fuck you know what. My theory is somebody that works for rolling stone at the time tried to go out joni. She's like thank you.
"joni mitchell" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Everybody listening to music loving people podcast etc. So hey listen we just went ahead and did the ranking of the joni mitchell. As the album's worth saudi co-creator turner riley and show guest stars. Alec on how you doing that. We did this thing. Rearrange all the joni mitchell album. Happy everybody's talking about whatever we want. I well they call it down there rolling but also also just before we started to sort every three minutes which is the worst joni mitchell. Song of this era does era. Did you have a one page from later. Now later. Well in yes. Yes i will. I will say blue motel room. Honestly off if i ju- pachyderm boom boom packager known rounder. I have one that. I don't think we even talked about cast. It is nathan love for near to segal. That's why that was because because it has this sound. I think i guess if it sounds like a war horn or like some sort of alarm that someone blows into to alert. The town are burien coming. It's so awful to hear regardless of the volume at. I don't understand why would be included. And i i just using that. You didn't understand at least Things versus i think. I understand off. Wow yeah i. I thought i thought for uterine it would be good. Must be a bogeyman. Who.
Kennedy Center Announces Next Honorees: Joni Mitchell, Bette Midler, Berry Gordy
"There's a new batch of Kennedy center honorees being rolled out Kennedy center officials are spreading the word that the annual event will be back again this December and this time it'll be just like old pre pandemic times the forty fourth class of honorees will be heavy on the music side this year topping the list of Motown records creator Barry Gordy change the face of the state with a label that created a stable of artists ranging from Marvin Gaye to Diana Ross Stevie wonder's Smokey Robinson and the temptations and four tops also honored Saturday Night Live mastermind Lorne Michaels singer actor Bette Midler and folk legend Joni Mitchell last year ceremony was delayed for months and eventually done under coated nineteen restrictions I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"joni mitchell" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"It's nice to listen to so intuitively to understand every drum every lyric and how joni never makes sense and nothing ever rhymes and no verses over the same length as the verse before it. It's fun to know that. I feel like i learned a language. That's what it feels like. You can consider blue. Joni finally introducing herself to you asking you if you can accept her as we take her as she is and this is where you decide on this album whether to get on board with joanie and continue the journey or not brand you explored a new form of a i guess Well of autobiographical work. I was going to say confession. That's such a complicated. We can talk about that publishing your amazing memoir broken horses this year which you yourself wrote and i know you went to e places for that and i wonder if that experience also changed how you think about joni as an autobiographical or confessional writer. She's so much more than that. she's she's not just that. But i wondered if that experience and everyone should get that memoir if you haven't How that might have changed. Your understanding of johnny makes me wonder how the hell she did it in your twenty. It's a person had to wait until they were forty i. I'm astounded every day at a genuine mitchell's foresight and insight into herself and her femininity and womanhood. At that at that age is pretty bone crushing a honest and vulnerable in the strongest possible way. Well let's talk about your journey with blue. I know that you have a story that you shared before of how you felt. You didn't really understand journey but it was this album that and and your wonderful wife catherine who brought you to this experience yet. T-bone burnett tried to play blue for me. I in when i was in my early twenties. That was in the studio with him making the story. And i didn't even get past all i want because the line you know i wanna talk to you on a shampoo comes along and i'm just like rolling my eyes point. I'm like oh god. That is the most traits feminine. Hetero normative i. I can't i just can't even with that. And like the fact that he was playing that for me right then and there what i was wanting to make a record that was. I wanted to be tough. I wanted to scream and yell and have a wide gaetan. An electric guitar and annette may be thinking he was really on the wrong track and in my psyche in that moment in time and cut to getting ready to turn thirty and i've met my the love my life my wife. Catherine we met in northern michigan. A place called interlocken to See if we were going to be something in. Because she's she's a londoner so we weren't getting to spend much time together until we were conscious about it. Conscientious about it. So wage out the play for each other which is like the true test of you know whether it's going to work out and she played blue and i got to the lyric and i started laughing. I wanna talk to wash laws of law. I think he kisses my sauce. Do you see what kinda wanna talk to you. I wanna shampoo this lyrical visionary. This is our shakespeare that everybody talks about thing and making light of it and she was like what is it that you think is so weird about that or not. Great about lyric. It's just not it's not very tough and it just feels really submissive. And you know she's like you. You never listened. Pass that moment. That song like you cannot judge johnny by any lyric. But i'm.
"joni mitchell" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"To today's episode. I just wanted to bring to everyone's attention although his people but currently stuck without f are in a forced to continue listening to this unless they pose nafta contemplate the state of their life and other things. So you'll probably just continue. Let's think i just wanted to give a bit of a shot up to a A website actually. It's code give well dot org. That's give i v. e. well w. e. double l. dot org. It's it's dot okay. So it's it's legit and Basically they authority on who is worth giving money to intensive charry. Obviously we'll give money to friends and family if they fall on hard times. But if you are thinking about giving large sums of money to charities it's definitely best u. research 'cause a lot of people would give away money and wanna feel good but it's also good to think of it as an investment and how you can do the most good so it's not asking you to give away more money but it's asking you to give the money away in a responsible way and Basically they've just authorized a charity. So out of all the i wanna say. Hundreds of thousands of charities might be below a bit that authorized only eight. And i think it's really good to just scan through list and see if you can consider donating today's charities I think that'd be good if we can all sort of band together during these tough times at the covid but you know that will change in will nato support ever on so. This is probably one of the best evidence based ways to do that. Say yes so definitely onto. Give dot org. If you're considering hopefully days charity satellite tax deductible something in your country which would be in your best interests so anyway. This is not formal advice. But it's just good guy. Thank you twenty. Twenty one is upon us and instead of flying cars a monkey robot butlers. We have a pandemic we have media and making every little annoying twit of a child think. They're going to be the next famous celebrity because they did some stupid trend. They've seen somebody else doing nine million times. We have people that are self entitled in stupid and given a voice through social media constantly whining about how everybody else is. The problem. how everyone else needs fixings. We have celebrities lecturing us about how we have to give more. So we can elevate everyone to a better life from the security of their seven bedroom. Multimillion dollar states politicians lying to us that they're gonna fix the situations wherein the they created in the first place and then we've got me having the conversations that a lot of us are thinking but nobody's talking about because these things have to be said. I had to say at the podcast available wherever you get your podcast fixed or at www dot. I had to say podcast dot com. Aren't come listen to what i've got to say..
"joni mitchell" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"Yes yes. Stats the field. Thank you to your good friend of mine. Guy played with in a few bands for recording. This bit he's also played guitar on the good the bad and the ugly intro. How do you spell your high i. He he spills it why. Oh a white. That's a problem with hebrew names in english horrible lie. Oh five years ago would sounded absolutely just odd to me and it's honestly stood as like sound odd. But i feel like jewish intellectuals are just like such a large proportion of the population of my put costs at the moment. This this is so many and it's like anytime someone says. yeah yeah. I'm a Ashkenazi something. I honestly like. It does not surprise me anymore. I just feel like just own scientists. That's st impression of got from youtube and put costs and one of the thames. i heard from. i think he's jewish eb. One of the people off the very bad was but guess what the hawk mma which is like it's meant to be kind of the essence of your point. I always thought that was interesting. And a funny sounding would so drink. Think our i new segment. It's basically kind of a spinoff of tavern. Talk like we wanted to talk about drinks and drinking and stuff like that which is a topic. All three of us are interested in to a certain extent. I'm calling it. A spinoff of kevin talk because nothing really stopped us from talking about stuff like alcohol and drinking on talk and also you drink drinks in a tavern. So it's basically tarrant talk but anyway Now we have specific segment for this so today's drink topic was inspired by our main discussion. Today on janis blue album. There is a song called a case of you in which she sings. I could drink a case of you. And i would still be on my feet so going on this. We're going to talk about a case of us. So let me let me ask you guys a case of what drink which want to receive as maybe a gift. What case of drink would you always want to have stored in your house. Because i think that like even if you're a whisky love her You'd might prefer something a bit lighter. Maybe you'd want to save your favourite whisky for for special occasions. And you just don't need a whole case of it. So what would you guys go with so just one small question. If i get a case of like spirit does it have to be the same. Like six bottles of identical spirit could be like a few different brands. The way i thought of it is bottles of the same thing. I think that's the fair way to do it. Otherwise it's a bit of a cop out you know i'm going to say yeah i could. I could live with six bottles of botanist. Which is like a gin. It's it's pretty much like you. Stand agenda it has like a second rossi flavor in as well. it's not true like botanical. With pretty juniper and bid of that sort of bali ish toughest. It's like the best. Jin four mixing cocktails. It's it's the best of everything in my opinion. And if i had six bottles that's what a cases right six bottles. I was thinking twenty four all mary. Kay could still. Yeah twenty four. That would still be like a six month supply. Like i feel like if i buy it cajun at the shops it'll be like sitting around for maybe a week and a half two weeks but if i buy good bottle of gin then it's like it's gone five days so i think i can knock that out in six months. I is jane. Would you say jen is kind of your favorite type of spirit. Yep definitely impacted. I really drink that much of a spirits. I mean gene is the best for may just because of the gin and tonic. That's i don't really like how the mixes ada it's sort of like the go-to i drink. Beer jalek pont But the other thing is like if we've been having a law of B.'s jeans and stuff like that on a nod out. I think a whiskey like just straight up whiskey. Nate would be good as well. Like for that in the mix but not enough for mehta by my own whiskey. I think definitely the most common. It's just ridiculously easy to drink as well because it soft you know like you can you can really was. You can get with with anything. I wouldn't say that jin is is my favorite kind of a spirit lie. I think i consider myself a whiskey lover. And i kind of like to kill as well but jin has kind of a special place in my heart like. I don't know at one of the earlier parties when we went to in highschool like at the end of the party just handed me a bottle of gin when i left the house and i just took it with me then every time we met like we sat down with some friends were whatever i always had some gyn. It's like the first real spirit. I ever drank like the first thing i ever really experienced. Even the badges drink always felt a bit more sophisticated. I gotta say that. I'd done fairly sophisticated. It's straightforward it. Doesn't it doesn't fool you. It's kind of like what you smell is what you get. It could be classy but not sophisticated Yeah i don't know that kind of reminds me of like gentlemanly stuff you know. Yeah because he grew up in james bond movies. I think one time. I drank share. The first time a drinks sherry. I think it was jerry. Maybe it was brandy the things one of those and the smell was so good but the actual taste. I remember it was so different than the smell but winner with genus. Pretty much the same. Yeah yeah that's true one would think gene is that Compared to via. I find that the next day is so much better. Because you like this. I think this is the case with a lot of spirits is that it doesn't like doesn't feel so bad the next day like i feel like if i had like ten beers that's made gone like twenty four hours but i could have ten days and then dropped. Well sir actually delayed that mean. Yeah i could definitely have ten days and still by game at tennessee. That's an sophisticated borrow. What would be a case for you a case of you. Can i have a different brands on the same case. Like whiskey but different brands. I would say whatever peter decide. Let's go nar. Yeah let's nar. That's that's a real commitment a commitment like the drink that is me. I'm not sure that i'm willing to commit to myself that much. I can go with the coke zero. What what what would think if you did. Go with coke zero. I don't think i've ever had a really well. You shouldn't well. i know i haven't had. It can probably ten years. Oh action really probably in probably five years on anything just lost that taste for so you just drink june water. I drink a lot of like scary amounts of faith. I've i've always been amazed at coke. Zero is actually zero calories. I always thought it was famed zero calories in like if you don't drink any so some we it lower selling something. It is actually kind of fun odds relief just instead of physically kills. You mentally cues you. What was obviously a tradeoff. Otherwise like everything would be zero calories right but like the Is trading off against the calorie isn't obvious today like 'cause already noble Is bad intense. It arose you. Hey it's like has always. We'd sit a sugary things. And i'm just trying to think what if calories and it tastes good like to you audit like if you drink then. I don't know what other parts of your life can destroy items it's just causes you to be real condense at some point you start having your own gravity field but you look the same music. It's like it's still not obvious to me. What like why they're trade even has to be bad it could be a. We put no calories in the news strength. Let's see what happens and so. Oh wow you get like really like ck or something. It doesn't make any sense of like all winds. why does it have to be like. That's what suicides. Why can't have just like good sides..
"joni mitchell" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"Com gig all come home today on the culture quest we start by kicking off a new segment called. Drink think then the main discussion. We talk about joni mitchell's nineteen seventy-three album bloop and then by introduces. The topic of next watchmen the comic series team. Hello and welcome to the culture quest. We are humble adventures. And we're so excited for this episode. We might even kiss a pig with me as always are peter. Hello in barrio low. An i am anonymous. Thank you listen at home for taking part in our noble quest on today's episode. We're going to discuss joni mitchell's blue and album from nine hundred seventy one an album which. I don't know if you guys know this. It's ranked at number three on rolling five hundred greatest albums of all times list. What did you guys know that really. Yeah number three of all times it. I don't know we'll see about that. This is kind of a special episode for for a couple of reasons first of all due to some scheduling complications. Were recording in the evening. Least for borrowing me which means that. It's the middle of the night for peter in australia. We usually record in the morning for us. And it always is in the afternoon for peter there. What time is it there. It is one fifteen. An how are you enjoying this experience. So far So far no bad actually doing pretty good. I had a Ten hour sleep or even not and then. I had a four hour sleep this afternoon to i make up so officially i mean sleep credit according to my apple watch you ready for an all nighter. Yeah pretty much. I have a lot to say about this album. I probably weren't but i could should've. And secondly this is kind of a special episode because today we're kicking off a new segment on her show. At this point of the show we usually do a tavern talk segment which gives us a chance to talk about all kinds of topics and ideas. And we're really enjoyed. But we've recently talked about it and we've had ideas for quite a few new segments so we're going to not rotate between the segments. Do one or soper episode and were not going to choose. What did each time by any set order or anything. We're going to do whatever we feel like on each episode so today for the first time we're going to enjoy some drink.
"joni mitchell" Discussed on Ouve Isso
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"joni mitchell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Musicians birthdays, But this week segment is going to begin continue and end with one of the greatest musicians to ever Grace this planet. Joni Mitchell, Joni Mitchell. Here are a few reasons why No regrets. Just come from such different sets of super well, not in the studio. You really on you. Sun's ascending No. No company just close to the bone and skin and the eyes. Do you still like stations in some relay? You just picked up. So far. No ruler past tragedy in journalism, Broader band was playing. Shake it on next pins me in a car. Jack's dancing dancing close is slow. He's got a He's got a woman down the hall if you want me anyway..
"joni mitchell" Discussed on WTVN
"Joni Mitchell actually announced that she's retiring from live performances not surprising at all she was back on stage again in less than a year sometimes you miss what you're used to after all of these years she certainly one of those I'll probably be the same way stay busy you guys think you could sit still I doubt it I don't think Greg whatever attire now it it's fun to have freedom to do what you want but I don't see that there's been a lot of greatness the N. doing nothing yet also I always need to do something always need to be busy N. to me it's all about transitioning whatever passion you want to be passionate about whether it's you know people come in and they're the job maybe the pressure or the stress level or just you know maybe getting along with some of your subordinates or whatever those millennials that yeah yeah sometimes that's hard to handle in the workplace yeah this is some of that just can be heavy heavy on people and they want to find something new to love and gosh we just sat down with a couple all probably three weeks ago and and the lady was like you know what I really want to do the next two years or three years before actually fully retire she said I want to go to work for start up I wanna see somebody take something off the ground and be successful in fell like I had a part in it in all sorts of excited issues talking about it I thought you know you're like the third or fourth lady that's been in the last year that had that kind of vision and I thought it was awesome that is a neat way to look at a new challenge in life being a part of something like that you know when I retire I probably spend a lot of time.
"joni mitchell" Discussed on WTVN
"Thank you so much for joining us this week in nineteen seventy a song Joni Mitchell wrote during her first trip to Hawaii about taking things for granted and then you know in a little bit when they're gone big yellow taxi been remade by many artists over the years this is news radio six ten WTVN am wanting retirement radio with Greg and Kristen Taylor fifty years ago Joni Mitchell actually announced that she was retiring from live performances not surprising at all she was back on stage again in less than a year sometimes you miss what you're used to after all of these years she certainly one of those I'll probably be the same way stay busy you guys think you could sit still I doubt it I don't think Greg whatever attire now it it's fun to have freedom to do what you want but I don't see that there's been a lot of greatness the N. doing nothing yet so I always need to do something always need to be busy and to me it's all about transitioning whatever passion you want to be passionate about whether it's you know people come in and they're the job maybe the pressure or the stress level or just you know maybe getting along with some of your subordinates or whatever those millennials that yeah yeah sometimes it's hard to handle in the workplace yeah this is some of that just can be heavy heavy on people and they want to find something new to love and gosh we just sat down with a couple all probably three weeks ago and and the lady was like you know what I really want to do the next two years or three years before actually fully retire she said I want to go to work for start up I wanna see somebody take something off the ground and be successful and feel like I had a part in it in all sorts of excited issues talking about it I thought you know you're like the third or fourth lady that's been in the last year that had that kind of vision and I thought it was awesome this is a neat way to look at a new challenge in life being a part of something like that you know when I retire I probably spend a lot of time.
"joni mitchell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Was the most important work evidence in my life. Seager died in two thousand fourteen but four years earlier, I visited him at his house in upstate New York. This house he'd built himself by hand in the woods. Overlooking. His beloved Hudson river, the place was totally charming and sweet. By kim. What I need to do is my hearing aid. Okay. In the other room already. Gone to talk with him about this land is your land the song was written by his Powell Woody Guthrie, but it was Seger who made it one of the best known and most beloved American songs of all time when Seeger was blacklisted as a commie during the McCarthy period, he traveled from college to college singing and playing about to catch the sixties wave in the nineteen sixties the most talented singers and songwriters came along. Just Bob Dylan and Phil owes Buffy Sainte Marie Joni Mitchell people who bought of history now, and they went from college to college to feel as though they were your children a bit. I look upon this whole country. I've got not hundreds but thousands, maybe tens of thousands of grandchildren and great, grandchildren. People who got the idea. Hey, you can say something with a song instead of a speech. And if it's a good song of the people pick it up the singing twenty five or thirty years before dropping out of college to rebel against the man was even a thing. Seger had done it. The reason I lift hovered in my second year because I felt that professors could be just as selfish and foolish as anybody else. I remember one of them in the sister. Did we must use his definition of words like idea asional and once he tried to persuade the whole class? Don't wish your time trying to save the world. What you must do is study it you cannot save the world all you can do quite a thing to say nineteen thirty seven thirty eight. Exactly Hitler coming along. And some of us were trying to figure out how to stop him singing abomination a year ago. How did that come about mainly an extraordinary wonderful, honest men name Bruce Springsteen, Bruce Springsteen invited you down there that he arranged the whole thing. And it was so well organized was unbelievable. Large cast of several hundred teenagers from Washington who memorized the choruses and joining on them. And all I had to do was give the lines to the audience shouted as I was walking that ribbon of highway and the audiences..
"joni mitchell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Mitchell, seventy five or Joni seventy five joining Mitchell birthday celebration. Became it was a concert. I a film that had a very brief theatrical run and was also shown on public television. And now is a soundtrack album release from it. I'd like you to hear an artist that may have caught your attention at this year's Grammys. You saw Brandi Carlile who was nominated and honored with a lot of the acknowledgement if not the actual win if you saw her performance thought. Wow. This she can belt about where did she come from? Well, she's been around for a little while quietly writing her own you might say Joni Mitchell inspired music in the singer songwriter, a branch of the musical world. But here she is to sing singer Joni Mitchell original, and with the original arrangement that made it such an outstanding part of Jody's classic album, court and spark here is brandy. Carlisle at Joanie seventy five and down to you with Paul Cavalcante, the song book at ninety three point nine FM WNYC. That you choose. Gosden strange. The girl down through the pickup station. Seven. A few drinks later. You're not so choosy. Strange new flesh. Let's see. Blackness gets down..
"joni mitchell" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Sixty nine song. Of course written by one Joni Mitchell, Woodstock three. Woodstock three is coming in August. This year Woodstock celebrates its fiftieth anniversary in there will be an anniversary Woodstock fifty. Now. Remember somebody tried Woodstock ninety nine years ago? And it was just really really bad. This is being put on by Woodstock original co-creator, Michael Lang. Is confirmed that the three anniversary festival's coming to Watkins Glen. August sixteenth seventeenth and eighteenth Watkins, Glen. About a hundred and fifty miles away from Bethel where the original Woodstock took place. Supposedly, according to Mr. Lang, they have more than forty acts booked, but they're not going to announce who any of those performers are until tickets go on sale in February. Okay. He says it'll be an eclectic Bill some hip, hop rock. Some pop and some of the legacy bands from the original festival. Says he wants to bring Woodstock back to its roots with the activism that was a big part of the original, which we all know did not happen in the one in ninety nine. No, we want this to be more than just coming to a concert. Woodstock ninety nine was more like an MTV event than a Woodstock event. Really? It was.
Prince estate announces new album on what would have been his 60th birthday
"And the next week is off to singapore for that summit with north korea has he been preparing the gap to prepare very much it's about attitude it's about willingness to get things done but i think i've been preparing for the summit for a long time as has the other side hud secretary ben carson's announcing an increase in rent for millions of families on public assistance our ben thomas many recipients of housing aid have jobs but an analysis done by the center on budget and policy priorities finds the proposed rent increase works out to roughly twenty percent that's about six times greater than the growth in average hourly earnings of the eight point three million people affected more than three million are children police in chino california have arrested a suspect in the stabbing deaths of a vietnamese tour group operator at a tour employee in their hotel on the vegas strip less tweak the fbi says the suspect julius trotter was caught after a car chase the gap between the two leading candidates for san francisco mayor shrank to two hundred fifty five votes today state senator mark leno still in the lead today would have been the sixtieth birthday of pop star prince and it brings them state senator mark leno still in the lead today would have been the sixtieth birthday of pop star prince and it brings an announcement for his fans on september twenty first warner brothers will release a nine track album this based on a private rehearsal cassette recording prince made at his now demolished home studio outside minneapolis it's called piano and a microphone nineteen eightythree he played a rare version of the spiritual mary don't you weep and a remake of the joni mitchell song a case of you includes versions of seventeen days in purple rain which did not come out until the following year and strange relationship which came out on the one thousand nine hundred seven album sign of the times i'm archie zaraleta stocks closed mixed today the dow gained ninety five the nasdaq lost fifty four this is ap radio news.