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The Music Midnight Makes: In Conversation With Joni Mitchell

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Just Who Is That 'Mean Old Daddy'?

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After Decades Of Success, Joni Mitchell Is Still Just 'A Painter Who Writes Songs'

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Joni Mitchell strums her guitar outside the Revolution club in London, circa 1968.

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World Cafe Looks Back: '70s Singer-Songwriters

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