In the first episode of “Year of the Joni”, we take a look at Joni Mitchell’s upbringing on the Canadian prairie and the events that would shape the resilient, uncompromising artist we know today. You can listen to the first episode HERE, or better yet, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher (search: Year of the Joni).
Charlie Rose – Green Room
CBC Music Interview
30 Years of Joni Mitchell’s Music – CBS This Morning
Interview with Pamela Wallin
A Woman of Heart and Mind (Documentary)
“The Last Time I Saw Richard”
“The Tea Leaf Prophecy”
“Urge for Going”
“Let the Wind Carry Me”
“Day After Day”
Harry James “Its Been A Long, Long Time”
Leopold Stokowski “Clair De Lune”
Rachmaninoff “The from The Story of Three”
Ray Charles “What’d I Say”
The Kingston Trio “Scotch and Soda”
Miles Davis “So What”
Joni Mitchell: In Her Own Words by Malka Marom
Joni: The Creative Odyssey of Joni Mitchell by Katherine Monk
Reckless Daughter: A Portrait of Joni Mitchell by David Yaffe
Girls Like Us: Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon and the Journey of a Generation by Sheila Weller
In this episode of “Year of the Bowie”, we take a look at artists Bowie helped at the height of his fame. We also look at the over-the-top stage show he created for the Diamond Dogs Tour and his spiral into cocaine addiction. You can subscribe to the podcast on both iTunes and Stitcher (search key word: Year of the Bowie).
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In this episode, we take a look at the inner struggles that arose in the Bowie camp when Angie Barnett came into David’s life. We also take a look at the creative awakening that came out of David’s collaborations with Tony Visconti and Mick Ronson.
Check the episode on HERE, or better yet, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher (search: Year of the Bowie).
This week of new endeavors at BDWPS continues with the new episodic podcast series “Year of the Bowie”. For those that have listened to the BDWPS Podcast in the past year, you’ve heard me tell the story of Bob Dylan, month by month, at the end of each episode. My first intention was to do the same thing this year with the life story of David Bowie, but the more I thought about it, the five minutes of rambling at the end of each show just wouldn’t do justice to Bowie’s story.
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