It's fashionable for bored popsters to toss off the odd a1bum of jazz standards. Getting away with it is quite another thing. With Both Sides Now, Joni Mitchell adds her name to the list of crossover artists She doesn't just get away with it, she succeeds spectacularly Of course, Mitchell is no jazzbo-come-lately. Her collaborations with Wayne Shorter, Jaco Pastorius and Charles Mingus in the mid-1970s led to some of her thorniest, most challenging music.
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