All posts tagged "Joni Mitchell"
Me and My Shadow. Playlist
ARTICLE VIEWS: 158 Examining the Shadow. Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Jung was the first person in his field to expand on the concept of the shadow. Carl Jung was targeted to be Sigmund Freud’s heir but broke...
- Posted May 10, 2016
Seeing Stuff with Photographer Henry Diltz
ARTICLE VIEWS: 152 Some storytellers communicate with their words, others through their music. Henry Diltz tells a story by capturing the fleeting dance of what his eye sees as his finger presses the shutter button on his...
- Posted August 18, 2015
LITTLE FLUFFY CLOUDS…
ARTICLE VIEWS: 23 THE BORDER 017 curated by Todd Berryman No big essay this time. If you’re like me, the winter is starting to wear a bit. So, time to call forth a selection of songs that...
- Posted February 28, 2014
Joni Mitchell’s Skewed Perception of Bob Dylan
ARTICLE VIEWS: 966,115 “All I can do is be me, whoever that is.” (Bob Dylan) Joni Mitchell is the only confessional singer/songwriter besides Jackson Browne who can break through my protective barrier of musical cynicism and make me...
- Posted June 14, 2013