woman are; men have to be….
Canadian songstress Joni Mitchell never really considered herself a folkie. While adding jazz textures to her literate lyrics in the mid-’70s may have confused her fans and infuriated jazz purists, to her it was as natural as rain. On DON JUAN’S RECKLESS DAUGHTER, she collaborated with the cream of the ’70s jazz crop including Wayne Shorter, Don Alias, Airto, Larry Carlton and a young bassist by the name of Jaco Pastorius.
Don Juan’s reckless daughter (my favoutite Joni Mitchell)