Who Won the 1996
Grammys Best Pop Album

Joni Mitchell

("Turbulent Indigo")

1995 Grammys Best Pop Album Winner
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1996 Grammys Best Pop Album Winner Joni Mitchell News

Look at jazz from both sides

Virginian-Pilot
Reeves' rich voice poured meaning and heart into Joni Mitchell's words as a piano added shading and wry comment – “Tears and fears and feeling proud to say I love you right out loud.” Good thing there was almost no traffic as I rode that music looking ...

1996 Grammys Best Pop Album Winner Joni Mitchell News

Years & Years, Owen Jones and Detox lead celebration of LGBT hero Dean Eastmond's life

NME.com (blog)
The band performed their hits 'Shine', 'Desire', 'Eyes Shut' and 'King', but the emotional peak came when frontman Olly Alexander delivered a solo rendition of Joni Mitchell's 'Both Sides Now'. This song was a special request, Olly told the crowd, and ...

1996 Grammys Best Pop Album Winner Joni Mitchell News

First Listen: David Crosby, 'Sky Trails'

Wisconsin Public Radio News
Another major touchstone here is the jazziest era of Joni Mitchell's music, when she was playing alongside the likes of bass deity Jaco Pastorius, sax hero Wayne Shorter, and guitar virtuoso Larry Carlton on '70s albums Hejira and Don Juan's Reckless ...


1996 Grammys Best Pop Album Winner Joni Mitchell News

The Culture Gabfest “Live From Toronto” Edition

Slate Magazine
Slate's Culture Gabfest on Justin Trudeau, Joni Mitchell, and Mudbound. By Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner. ILLO_gabfest-podcast1. Listen to Culture Gabfest No. 470 with Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner with the audio ...

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