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Joni Mitchell In Her Own WordsWhen singer musician and broadcast journalist Malka In Her Epub #181 Marom had the opportunity to interview Joni Mitchell Joni Mitchell PDFEPUBin she was eager to reconnect with the performer that she'd first met late one Mitchell In Her Kindle #216 night in at a Yorkville coffeehouse More conversations followed over the next four decades of friendship and it was only after Joni and Malka completed their last recorded interview in that Malka discovered the heart of their discussions the creative processIn Joni Mitchell In Her Own Words Joni and Malka follow this thread through seven decades of life and art discussing the influence of Joni's childhood love and loss playing dives and huge festivals acclaim and criticism poverty and afflu. A chance encounter in a Toronto club in the mid 1960s gave Malka Marom her first taste of the music and talent of Joni Mitchell At the time herself a high profile singing artist as the former half of Malka then reveals that this is due to the limitations of the vinyl LP which was also intensely hostile to the viola She talks at length about the choices she was forced to make in playing guitar due to weaknesses resulting from polio and how they effectively drove her down a road to innovation which sometimes as in the case of her use of “sus” chords broke the “rules” of composition She also had frustrations initially with session musicians’ inability or refusal to follow her wishes partly she suspects because she is a woman partly because she has little formal training in musical techniue and partly because of their own limitations it seems; hence her move to jazz musicians who were far in her zone of thinkingIn between she reveals the events that inspired specific lyrics – Marom has been particularly good at inserting relevant lyrics in amongst the interviews which sometimes gives a whole new angle on them She reveals the way Miles Davis affected her singing and assigns blame for the general image of Billie Holliday with whom she feels great affinity as a victim to Diana Ross or at least the way she was obliged to portray Holliday in the biopic Further she hints as Katherine Monk failed to do that her little stunt in the seventies dressing as a black pimp would not really be acceptable now realising also that few other people would have got away with it even thenAs for the book as an object it is beautifully presented with occasional photographs and pertinent deployment of a number of Mitchell’s own paintings Oddly however page 255 is a reprint of page 254 and as 254 finishes on a full stop it’s unclear whether the interview should have ended there or if there was in fact some further closing remark