Flashback: Joni Mitchell Plays a Warm ‘For Free’ in 1970

Flashback: Joni Mitchell Plays a Warm ‘For Free’ in 1970
On September 3rd, 1970, Joni Mitchell stopped by the BBC’s Television Centre in London to perform for the premiere of their In Concert series. She would play songs from previous albums, including “Cactus Tree” from her 1968 David Crosby–produced debut and “Chelsea Morning” from Clouds, but the majority of her 11-song set came from her then-new album, Ladies of the Canyon, released 50 years ago this month.

With tracks like “Big Yellow Taxi” and “The Circle Game” — the latter her response to Neil Young’s “Sugar Mountain” — Ladies of the Canyon
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