Academy Award-Winning Director Murray Lerner (Mao To Mozart, Festival!) creates a masterful addition to the Isle of Wight canon of films with Joni’s excellent performance.
The combination concert and documentary film features Joni Mitchell in a modern interview, explaining the events and her reactions. The complete performance is also intercut with vintage footage from the festival attendees and the promoters to give better context to Joni’s personal recollections from the Isle of Wight in what is one of the most unique and memorable performances of the era.
Never-released concert recordings from 1968 which include performances by Neil Young, Joni Mitchell and Tim Buckley have resurfaced after being discovered six years ago and subsequently ‘lost’ again. The professional recordings, made at the University of Michigan’s Canterbury House, have been acquired by the Michigan History Project. The non-profit organization is now looking for a … Continue reading Lost Joni Mitchell, Tim Buckley, Neil Young Concert Recordings Resurface
Joni Mitchell stands among few peers in the industry. With numerous awards and accolades, perhaps her greatest credit is the fact that she has remained relevant for over four decades; her music has truly stood the test of time. Mitchell’s first album was released at the age of 26. Now, at the age of 74, … Continue reading 10 Lesser Known Facts About Joni Mitchell, And Why We Love Her
“She took a terrible hit,” David Crosby revealed about Joni Mitchell‘s health this week in a new interview with the Huffington Post. “To my knowledge she is not speaking yet,” the Crosby, Stills and Nash singer answered when asked if he had spoken with Mitchell since her hospitalization in March. Few details about Mitchell’s condition … Continue reading David Crosby Reveals Joni Mitchell Had Aneurysm, Cannot Speak
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