Both Sides Now
by Joni Mitchell

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Track Listing
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You're My Thrill
At Last
Comes Love
You've Changed
Answer Me, My Love
Case of You, A
Don't Go to Strangers
Sometimes I'm Happy
Don't Worry 'Bout Me
Stormy Weather
I Wish I Were in Love Again
Both Sides, Now

Featured Artists: Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter and Mark Isham and Peter Erskine

Genre: Rock & Pop
  • Genre: Popular Music
  • Release Date: March 2000
  • Label: Reprise
  • Format: CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio Format: Stereo
  • Producer: Larry Klein; Joni Mitchell
  • Engineer: Geoff Foster
Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone (3/16/00, p.74) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...[She] sings atop a velvety orchestra, sounding buoyant one minute and betrayed the next....she's telling these stories with a repertoire of gingerly placed inflections and anguished sighs, tools she's always had but never flaunted."

Entertainment Weekly (2/11/00, p.74) - " of America's most respected singer-songwriters rents an orchestra and tries her hand at some standards....It's tough to argue with the spirit of the set, a song cycle tracing the arc of love gone wrong..." - Rating: B

Q (4/00, p.93) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Mitchell moves gracefully through 12 standards....the songs are perfectly executed....singing with thought-provoking resonance."

JazzTimes (5/00, p.126) - "...Somber, soulful readings of 12 romantic standards....retaining much of her lonely storyteller's charm, keeping her...readings honest and heartfelt while the myriad instruments swoon behind her..."

Mojo (Publisher) (3/00, p.102) - "...Vocals wreathed in grey-blue cigarette smoke, she follows the arc of a love affair in 12 exquisitely sequenced her maturity those old songs of hers...are closer than ever to the terrain that great performers occupy."

NME (Magazine) (3/11/00, p.34) - 6 out of 10 - "...reeks of bohemian opulence....The arrangements are fluent reconstructions of a bygone sound and under such heavy manners Mitchell sings like a singer for the first time in her career....Nice enough..."

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