This new album from Joni Mitchell, her 19th, is challenging and well crafted. It's not her best work by any means, but it contains some artfully written songs and some wonderful musical nuances. The opening cut, "Harlem in Havana", blends rock, jazz, and ambient music while retaining Mitchell's eloquent poetic lyrical ramblings as its focal point. Throughout the disc, there is a subtle blend of folk, jazz, and electronics.
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