A CHRONOLOGY OF APPEARANCES
Compiled by Simon Montgomery, © 2001
 

1974.02.03  Barton Hall, Cornell Univ.  Ithaca, NY


» This Concert is a part of the 1974 Summer Tour of North America.

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dougpow on 2014-Jan-05 at 16:55:43 GMT-5:
Will never forget that night. A vanload of people traveled to Cornell from Cortland, where some friends & my brother were attending school. We drove for what seemed to be days, in a massive snowstorm. I was MADLY in love with a girl I grew up with, but more in love with Joni. I was so sad she hadn't played "Blonde in the Bleachers"... it was her encore, I was in my glory. That girl & I married, did not last, but the memory always will. Still considered the best show I've EVER seen...thank you Joni.
jschumacher on 2013-Mar-17 at 19:42:14 GMT-5:
I have the set as: "CDR1 (75:07): 1. This Flight Tonight, 2. You Turn Me On I'm A Radio, 3. Free Man In Paris, 4. The Same Situation, 5. Just Like This Train, 6. Woodstock, 7. Cactus Tree, 8. Big Yellow Taxi, 9. People's Parties, 10. All I Want, 11. A Case Of You, 12. For The Roses, 13. Cold Blue Steel And Sweet Fire, 14. Blue, 15. For Free, CDR2 (30:40): 16. Trouble Child, 17. Help Me, 18. Car On A Hill, 19. Both Sides Now, 20. Raised On Robbery, 21. Blonde In The Bleachers, 22. Twisted"GFS
Edgeman on 2011-Dec-27 at 13:16:32 GMT-5:
I was a junior at Cornell and a bunch of us went. As it was general admission, we got there well early so we could get a good seat, center stage 5th row. To mimic what Alex said in A Clockwork Orange, "Oh bliss! Bliss and heaven! Oh, it was gorgeousness and gorgeousity made flesh." She opened with Tom Scott and the LA Express with a lot of the Court & Spark music. The best part was the middle concert when she came out alone with her dulcimer and sang California, A Case of You, Carey and All I Want. Then she moved to the acoustic grand piano and sang My Old Man, Blue and The Last Time I saw Richard. Her voice was crystal clear and very emotive like she was singing for you personally. Unbelievable concert!
msmp on 2011-Apr-11 at 15:40:42 GMT-5:
It was my first year in college, and I travelled from Binghamton to Cornell to see Joni's concert. She was in a small-ish room, with a piano and roses. What an intimate magical concert; after all these years and all the concerts I've seen it's one of the 5 best concerts of my life.
rosenbar on 2010-Aug-21 at 21:42:43 GMT-5:
I was a senior in college at Penn State at the time.....a few of us traveled to Ithaca to see her.......the concert was fabulous......I could not believe I was hearing all of her incredible music live......just her on the stage making such gorgeous music.......