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Canadian Wins Ovation At Isle Of Wight Festival Print-ready version

by Lewis Levendel
Welland Evening Tribune
September 3, 1970

The leading British pop newspaper has termed the Isle of Wight festival "Joni's triumph" in praise of Saskatoon-born Joni Mitchell's performance during the five-day extravaganza.

Melody Maker, in its front-page story this week, says the folk-singer "overcame her considerable nervousness and stunned the crowd with a set full of peerlessly beautiful songs, leading to an ovation after several encores."

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