Joni Mitchell ‎– Travelogue

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Otis And Marlena 3:52
Amelia 6:46
You Dream Flat Tires 3:46
Love (I Corinthians 13) 5:38
Woodstock 5:54
Slouching Towards Bethlehem (Based On A Poem By W.B. Yeats) 7:09
Judgement Of The Moon And Stars (Ludwig's Tune) 5:20
The Sire Of Sorrow (Job's Sad Song) 7:09
For The Roses 7:28
Trouble Child 5:02
God Must Be A Boogie Man 3:56
Multi-Media Content 13:26
Be Cool 5:09
Just Like This Train 5:04
Sex Kills 3:57
Refuge Of The Roads 7:56
Hejira 6:47
Chinese Café / Unchained Melody 5:41
Cherokee Louise 6:00
The Dawntreader 5:38
The Last Time I Saw Richard 4:58
Borderline 6:23
The Circle Game 6:50

Versiones (5)

Cat. nº Artista Título (Formato) Sello Cat. nº País Año
7559-79817-2 Joni Mitchell Travelogue(2xCD, Enh, Del) Nonesuch 7559-79817-2 Europe 2002 Vender esta versión
none Joni Mitchell Travelogue (Disc 1)(CD, Album, Promo) Nonesuch none US 2002 Vender esta versión
PRCD 300987 Joni Mitchell Travelogue Album Advance(2xCD, Promo) Nonesuch PRCD 300987 US 2002 Vender esta versión
79817-2, 7559-79817-2 Joni Mitchell Travelogue(2xCD, Album, Enh) Nonesuch, Nonesuch 79817-2, 7559-79817-2 Europe 2002 Vender esta versión
79817-2 Joni Mitchell Travelogue(CD, Enh + CD + Album, Dlx) Nonesuch 79817-2 US 2002 Vender esta versión

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FortySomething

FortySomething

4 de mayo de 2017
comentando Travelogue, 2xCD, Enh, Del, 7559-79817-2
Wishing, of course, that this was available on vinyl.

I liked this - I think a few songs plodded or didn't really fit the format, but a great many of them worked beautifully in the new arrangements.
LeonardoA

LeonardoA

11 de diciembre de 2016
comentando Travelogue, 2xCD, Enh, Del, 7559-79817-2
Singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell is experiencing its greatest popularity in the early 1970s when they produced personal as Lady Of The Canyon (1970) and Blue (1971) a large audience. Joni Mitchell is an idiosyncratic and quirky artistic talent and has never been to Commerce. With later albums like Hejira (1976) and Mingus (1979) she alienates itself from much of her early fans, by itself to be swayed by genres like jazz, rock and fusion. It delivers Special pop music on but hits like Woodstock and Big Yellow Taxi will then no longer score. With Travelogue surprised her fans at the end of 2002 again for a year before she had let yet know themselves for good from the music. On the double-cd are some of its most famous old songs arranged for a Symphony Orchestra. The whole is extremely tastefully executed, however without the expressiveness of the originals is matched. In the beautiful cd booklet shows that Mitchell employs her creativity nowadays especially for her other passion: painting.
snowbo

snowbo

16 de febrero de 2016
comentando Travelogue, 2xCD, Album, Enh, 79817-2, 7559-79817-2

This is, what I call audiophil - a must have
97cobra

97cobra

28 de septiembre de 2015
comentando Travelogue, 2xCD, Enh, Del, 7559-79817-2
Dude... The likes of Judy Collins, Joan Baez, and Joni Mitchell i stick in the corner, and someday, later than sooner, I get a roundtoit. The first version of "Woodstock" was done as Joni dictated to CSN&Y in '69 when she couldn't be there,and she subsequently did several retakes of the tune, much closer to the original than not.
BUT THIS!!! THIS IS IT for the tune "Woodstock". Disk 1, track 5. It strikes me to the very roots of my early rock influence and owes much to the lifestyle I live. I got it in '69 and this makes it only better. -ccjr
TheSprawl

TheSprawl

14 de agosto de 2008
comentando Travelogue, CD, Enh + CD + Album, Dlx, 79817-2
Maybe artists should not attempt to revisit past glories, however this principle does not always hold true as witnessed by the wonderful later reinterpretations of previous material by bluesmen such as Mississippi John Hurt. It's in this spirit that one should approach this release; Mitchell's new takes on old songs work in the same way, her almost world weary tone adding new textures and meanings to old favourites. The approach pays off well in songs from all periods; new arrangements highlighting new meanings in older selections while also drawing attention to choices from later (unjustifiably) neglected albums.