Category: Rock


  1. Product Description. Joni Mitchell gispunopgezabonlajanzworlturotve.xyzinfo She's only had four bona fide Top American hits, and one was a Miles of Aisles live version of "Big Yellow Taxi" that's not included here. But after almost 30 years, she's finally delivered a song compilation of her signature songs that will be a CD point-of-departure for casual fans and newcomers well into the new gispunopgezabonlajanzworlturotve.xyzinfos:
  2. May 22,  · In early , George Hamilton IV had a hit with her song "Urge for Going." Then Judy Collins had a bigger hit with "Both Sides Now" in the same year. Surely by Mitchell could have come out with her own album, if not back in , but she held out so she could do it her way.
  3. Mitchell's fifth album, For the Roses, was released in She then switched labels and began exploring more jazz-influenced melodic ideas, by way of lush pop textures, on 's Court and Spark, which featured the radio hits "Help Me" and "Free Man in Paris" and became her best-selling album.
  4. Mitchell began singing in small nightclubs in Saskatchewan and Western Canada and then busking in the streets and dives of Toronto. In she moved to the United States and, touring constantly, began to be recognized when her original songs ("Urge for Going," "Chelsea Morning," "Both Sides, Now," "The Circle Game") were covered by notable folk singers, allowing her to sign with Reprise Records and .
  5. Urge For Going This song is by Joni Mitchell and appears on the compilation album Hits (). This song has been covered by Charlotte Martin under the title " Urge For Going ". clairedelune
  6. If you only listen to one Joni Mitchell album, it's got to be Hits. This is a wonderful album for the uninitiated to experience the voice and guitar work of the artist Joni Mitchell. The silky soprana will mesmerize from the first cut "Urge for going" (a very underrated acoustic delight) until the final "Both Sides Now", one of her more commercially successful songs.
  7. Mitchell also included on Hits, for the first time on an album, her first recording, a version of "Urge for Going" which preceded Song to a Seagull but was previously released only as a B-side. Joni Mitchell and Peter Bogner listening to premix of Herbie Hancock 's Gershwin's World (Venice Beach, California in ).
  8. This version has "WME" in the matrix. Another version has "V01" (indicating pressing by Cinram GmbH). Track 1: Recorded in , previously released on the "You Turn Me On, I'm A Radio" single. From the albums: - Joni Mitchell/5(49).