Joni Mitchell: The Studio Albums 1968-1979 box set to be released

Joni Mitchell: The Studio Albums 1968-1979

JoniMitchell.com announces that Rhino Entertainment is expected to release Joni Mitchell: The Studio Albums 1968-1979 box set on October 29.

As shown in the expected cover art, the collection includes seminal albums such as Blue and Court and Spark. By restricting itself to studio albums, the set omits the live 1974 album Miles of Aisles and also stops short before the 1980 live album Shadows and Light, the culmination of Joni’s jazz exploration in the mid to late ’70s. There is no known bonus or previously unreleased material. Each CD is expected to be held in a simple card sleeve, potentially losing lyrics, album credits, artwork and other material.

No word yet on price. The following 10 albums will be included in their entirety:

  • Song to a Seagull (1968)
  • Clouds (1969)
  • Ladies of the Canyon (1970)
  • Blue (1971)
  • For the Roses (1972)
  • Court and Spark (1974)
  • The Hissing of Summer Lawns (1975)
  • Hejira (1976)
  • Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter (1977)
  • Mingus (1979)

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2 Responses to Joni Mitchell: The Studio Albums 1968-1979 box set to be released

  1. strangemarvel says:

    Big deal. More reissues. Now the 4CD/1DVD set of Joni outtakes and rarities that Rhino were supposed to release THREE YEARS AGO, that would have been worth saving the pennies for.

  2. 9:32 am says:

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