mercoledì 25 dicembre 2019

Joni Mitchell - 1974-01-29 - Philadelphia, PA (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

JONI MITCHELL
Tuesday, 29 January 1974
WMMR-FM retrospective 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
USA

FLAC master, 30 January 2018, by elegymart:
Analog radio broadcast (stereo): WMMR 93.3 (Philadelphia) FM radio broadcast > unknown analog generations > analog audio cassette > two Maxell 1998 US XLII 90 (Type II CrO2) analog audio cassettes > Sony TC-WE435 (azimuth adjustment) > Roland R05 (24/96) > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 (audio cleanup, convert to 16/44) > SHNtool (fixed SBE) > CD Wave (track splits) > TLH (WAV > FLAC8).

Joni Mitchell - acoustic guitar, vocals
except "Circle Game" with 
Chuck Mitchell - acoustic guitar, vocals

Part 1 [40:19]
01 WMMR intro [1:43]
-- Second Fret, 17 November 1966 (w/ Chuck) --
02 interview [3:18] 
03 Circle Game [5:31]
-- "Folklore," WHAT-FM studios, 28 May 1967 --
04 Sugar Mountain [4:14]
-- Second Fret, 17 March 1967 (second visit) --
05 backstage interview [5:08] 
-- "Folklore," WHAT-FM studios, 12 March 1967 (w/ Leonda Newberry) -- 
06 Both Sides Now [4:12] 
07 interview [6:38] 
-- Second Fret, 12 March 1967 --
08 Mr. Blue [4:31] 
09 Carnival in Kenora [4:59] 

Part 2 [67:23]
01 WMMR intro [0:46]
-- "Folklore," WHAT-FM studios, 19 March 1967 (w/ Gordon Lightfoot & Chuck Klein) --
02 Just Like Me [4:55] 
03 Eastern Rain [5:50] 
04 Blue on Blue [3:04] 
-- Second Fret, 17 March 1967 (third visit) --
05 Born to Take the Highway [4:10]
06 Winter Lady [2:48]
07 London Bridge [8:16]
-- "Folklore," WDAS-FM studios, 3 November 1968 (w/ Dave Van Ronk & Chris Smither) --
08 interview [7:17] 
09 Sisotowbell Lane [4:00]
10 interview [12:18] 
11 The Gallery [4:20] 
-- Second Fret, October 1967 --
12 Go Tell the Drummer Man [3:50]
13 Conversation [5:43]

Total running time [1:47:42]

Notes:
Here's WMMR's Ed Sciaky and Gene Shay hosting a special program featuring performances and interviews from Joni's early Philadelphia appearances on the "Folklore" program and live music recorded at The 2nd Fret, between 1966 and 1968. It seems the bootleg "The Posall and the Mosalm" drew a lot of its tracks from this special, but this is as it was broadcast the day before her appearance at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia in 1974. "Just Like Me" has a mid-cut, and there are speed fluctuations throughout the 17 March 1967 tracks and elsewhere, but mainly in "London Bridge."

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