Now that she's won a Grammy Award and been reunited with her long-lost
daughter, Joni Mitchell has become more of a public figure than she has
been since the late 1970's, when her albums began tilting toward the
increasingly esoteric - or were merely overlooked. Her vast influence
holds sway over a nation of Lilith Fair devotees, but reaches so far
beyond category that the songwriter is a virtual touchstone, a link
between artists as diverse as funkateer Prince and jazz trumpeter Dave
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