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Video from the Hammer Museum at 9PM PST November 6, 2014

 Oct 17: Call for papers! An international symposium on the work of Joni

"Court and Spark: An international symposium on the work of Joni Mitchell" July 3rd, 2015, University of Lincoln, UK. Call for Papers! The School of English and Journalism at the University of Lincoln invites you to join in considering all things Mitchell. Academics, music critics, fans are encouraged to attend. Paper proposals that mix personal with critical, historical, musicological, or cultural-studies analyses are welcome. More info
 

 Oct 14: New boxed set out November 17

"Love Has Many Faces: A Quartet, A Ballet, Waiting To Be Danced" will be released on November 17. This is a 4-CD boxed set with 53 previously-released tracks, although the tracks have all apparently been remastered. More details as we find out!
 
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Upcoming local events of interest
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 Celebration of Joni with Kimberly Ford, Santa Barbara, Dec 7

Kimberly Ford- vocals, guitar, dulcimer
George Friedenthal- piano, keyboard- vocals
Lee Rollag- guitar, violin, vocals
Tom Etchart- double bass and electric bass
Charles Levin- drums
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm $12.00. More info
 

 Back to the Garden, January 27, NYC

Back to the Garden celebrates folk-rock trailblazers Joni Mitchell, Carole King and Laura Nyro. Challenged by the traditional images of women in the music industry, they bravely explored territory outside the accepted confines of popular music. These prolific singer-songwriters paved the way for women in music, art and life. Back to the Garden pays tribute to these women, their influence and inspiration. Featuring Melissa Hammans (Company, Smokey Joe's Cafe), Shaleah Adkisson (Hair, Rent), and Maddy Wyatt (Band of Wyatt). Directed by Amy Jones (Good Ol' Girls, Broadway Backwards). Musical Direction by Debra Barsha (Jersey Boys, Radiant Baby). More info
 
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New Additions to the Article Library
The Interview: Joni Mitchell
   Canadian Press, November 2014
Jaco the Film Approaches the Finish Line
   PR.com, November 2014
The best Joni Mitchell song she never wrote
   Santa Monica Daily Press, November 2014
New Music Transcriptions
God Must Be A Boogie Man
   Lead sheet by Dave Blackburn
Sweet Sucker Dance
   piano music by Dave Blackburn
Paprika Plains (piano/vocal)
   piano music by Dave Blackburn & Michael Dunn
Paprika Plains (complete score)
   piano music by Dave Blackburn & Michael Dunn