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A New Box Set from Joni Mitchell is On the Way

The set is covering her years at Asylum Records (1972-1975)

A few years back, when Joni Mitchell was hit by a stroke, many fans feared the worst for the legendary artist. But Mitchell recovered, and her recovery was topped by her recent live performance at the Newport Folk Festival with Belinda Carlisle.

Now, Mitchell has announced the latest installment in her archival series. It is a box set, titled The Asylum Albums (1972-1975), and it features remastered versions of For the Roses (1972), Court and Spark (1974), the double live album Miles of Aisles (1974), and The Hissing of Summer Lawns (1975). The albums were each remastered by Bernie Grundman. The Asylum Albums (1972-1975) is out on September 23.

Pitchfork notes that Mitchell joined Asylum Records in 1972 after working with Reprise Records. Her final studio album with Asylum would be 1979’s Mingus, her collaboration with jazz legend Charles Mingus. The new collection is the third installment of the Mitchell archival series, following Vol. 1: The Early Years (1963-1967) and Vol. 2: The Reprise Years (1968-1971).

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