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Maclean's (Magazine)
February 1968
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Joni Mitchell, 24, from Fort McLeod, Alta., wrote 40 folk songs last year, including several recorded by Buffy Ste. Marie, Ian and Sylvia, Judy Collins and Tom Rush. But nobody outside the folk circle noticed her much until Ross McLean got her to compose the title tune you've seen her singing on CBC's The Way It Is. Now she's about to take her next big step up - on the U.S. West Coast - recording an LP this spring for Frank Sinatra's Reprise label.

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