A CHRONOLOGY OF APPEARANCES
Compiled by Simon Montgomery, © 2001
 

1972.02.23  Carnegie Hall  New York, NY

» This Concert is a part of the 1972 Tour of North America.

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Related articles from the Library:
» Concert Is Given By Joni Mitchell (New York Times, 1972)
» Joni Mitchell - Jackson Browne at Carnegie Hall (Variety, 1972)
Set List
1.  This Flight Tonight
2.  Electricity
3.  Cold Blue Steel And Sweet Fire
4.  Big Yellow Taxi
5.  Blue
6.  For Free
7.  Banquet
8.  All I Want
9.  A Case Of You
10.  Carey
11.  Lesson In Survival
12.  Woodstock
13.  You Turn Me On I'm A Radio
14.  For The Roses
15.  Both Sides Now
16.  My Old Man
17.  The Circle Game

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LorraineS on 2014-Apr-07 at 18:21:02 GMT-5:
I saw this show at Carnegie Hall with two close friends when I was a senior in high school. Carnegie Hall was the perfect venue for Joni - it was lush and intimate and had incredible acoustics that really showcased the purity of her voice. She had a wonderful rapport with the audience, and we were simply enthralled! When the show ended, we walked right up to the stage and handed her a rose we had brought with us. I guess security wasn't so tight in those days... Many years later, my high school-aged daughter told me she thought I'd like this great artist she had discovered named Joni Mitchell. I still laugh at the expression on her face when I pulled out all my old vinyls of every single album Joni had recorded!
d181939@gmail.com on 2011-Apr-13 at 01:04:38 GMT-5:
I was at this show. One of the most special nights of my life. At the show, Joni announced that the performance was going to be her next album. Alas, the performance was never released. I have no idea why as my memories are that it was a wonderful show and the sound was superb. After the show, I was waiting for a ride from my father who was in Applause on Broadway, and Joni came out to get into the waiting limousine and gave me and a friend a huge bouquet of flowers that someone had given her. I kept one of the flowers for years although it has long since disappeared. If anyone has incite into the reason the show never made it to vinyl, I'd love to hear about it. Who knows, perhaps it is in a vault somewhere and will one day get released. Oh, I could barely talk for two days I was so moved!