Editors’ Notes Joni Mitchell turned her gaze outward for an album sketching the post-hippie landscape at the dawn of the '70s. The title track gently pokes fun at her fellow Los Angeles bohemians, while the wistful "For Free" finds a successful singer-songwriter shown up by a street busker and "Woodstock" celebrates the gathering of her tribe. Singing in a new, slightly lower register that lends warmth to her vocals, Mitchell adds strings, reeds, and percussion to her arrangements, giving tracks like "Conversation" and "The Circle Game" a richer, jazz-influenced sound.

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Morning Morgantown
1
3:13
 
For Free
2
4:31
 
Conversation
3
4:27
 
Ladies of the Canyon
4
3:32
 
Willy
5
3:00
 
The Arrangement
6
3:34
 
Rainy Night House
7
3:24
 
The Priest
8
3:41
 
Blue Boy
9
2:54
 
Big Yellow Taxi
10
2:14
 
Woodstock
11
5:29
 
The Circle Game
12
4:51