Discography

Taming The Tiger

Release date:  September 29, 1998

Album Notes

Harlem In Havana
Larry Klein – Bass
Brian Blade – Drums
Wayne Shorter – Sax
Femi Jiya – Barker
Joni Mitchell – Guitar Orchestra, Vocals and Background Vocals
Engineered by Femi Jiya, Dan Marnien and Tony Phillips

Man From Mars
Brian Blade – Drums
Joni Mitchell – Bass, Guitar and Keyboards
Engineered by Femi Jiya, Dan Marnien and Tony Phillips

Love Puts On A New Face
Wayne Shorter – Sax
Greg Leisz – Peddle Steel
Joni Mitchell – Guitar and Keyboards
Engineered by Femi Jiya, Dan Marnien and Tony Phillips

Lead Balloon
Larry Klein – Bass
Brian Blade – Drums
Wayne Shorter – Sax
Michael Landau – Low Lead Guitar
Joni Mitchell – Guitar Orchestra, Vocals and Background Vocals
Engineered by Femi Jiya, Dan Marnien and Tony Phillips

No Apologies
Brian Blade – Drums
Greg Leisz – Peddle Steel
Joni Mitchell - Bass, Guitar and Keyboards
Engineered by Dan Marnien and Tony Phillipsv
Taming The Tiger
Joni Mitchell – Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Engineered by Dan Marnien

The Crazy Cries Of Love
Larry Klein – Bass
Brian Blade – Drums
Wayne Shorter – Sax
Greg Leisz – Peddle Steel
Joni Mitchell – Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals and Background Vocals
Engineered by Dan Marnien and Tony Phillips

Stay In Touch
Wayne Shorter – Sax
Joni Mitchell – Guitar and Keyboards
Engineered by Dan Marnien

Face Lift
Wayne Shorter – Sax
Joni Mitchell – Guitar and Keyboards
Engineered by Dan Marnien

My Best To You
Greg Leisz – Peddle Steel
Joni Mitchell – Bass, Percussion and Keyboards
Engineered by Dan Marnien

Tiger Bones
Joni Mitchell – Guitar, Keyboards and Vocals
Engineered by Dan Marnien
All Songs Written, Arranged, and Produced by Joni Mitchell

©1998 Crazy Crow Music ASCAP
All rights administered by
Sony/ATV Music Publishing
8 Music Square West
Nashville, TN 37203

Except "The Crazy Cries Of Love" (Words by Don Freed)
©1994, 1998 Crazy Crow Music ASCAP/Scratchatune Publishing SOCAN

And "My Best To You" Written by Gene Willadsen and Isham Jones
©1942 Forster Music Publishers Inc. ASCAP
Lyrics Reprinted by Permission. All Rights Reserved.

Mixed by Joni Mitchell and Dan Marnien
Art Direction by Joni Mitchell and Robbie Cavolina
Album Photography by Theo Fridlizius
Management by Steve Macklam and Sam Feldman for S.L. Feldman and Associates
Special Thanks to Fred Wallecki and Brian Blade for rekindling my desire to make music.
Thanks to everyone at The Daily Grill for the good food and the good cheer.
Thanks to Edwin and the parking gang for their friendliness and courtesy.
Thanks to Julie Larson for fighting for me and with me.

And special thanks to Kilauren and Marlin just for being in this world.

©1998 Joni Mitchell. Made in U.S.A.

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sweet.bird on

i don't know...
at first i was VERY hesitant to listen to this record. i thought her newer material would be so much different from her earlier work... and MAN ALIVE was a ever right, but it's this newer... edgier material and style of hers that makes it so much more worthwhile to listen to. her progressive ways & her newer, smokey vocals make this record such a good one.

through listening to this record over and over, i've developed a love for it.
man from mars, by far... is my most favourite on this record.

Arcadian on

I must admit I have never ever heard of Joni Mitchells' music before. I guess I was never really into folk-rock genre. Until one day in my fifth decade...

I was on the bus and someone had the radio on. The song "stay in touch" was playing, I immediately had to know who this artist was, I enjoyed the husky voice and the heart felt lyrics. It left a deep impression on me. I bought the album and was completely "knocked out"; the cool/jazzy arrangements, the "voice" -- the creative poetical phrasings -- boy have I missed out on so much on Joni's Music. Something that I needed to address soon.

It is good to discover and have that warm glow inside , when you chance across a rare & brilliant artist, at any age!

I am sorry I did not discover you earlier. I guess it is never too late.

Thank you Joni

Arcadian
Williamstown, Victoria, Australia  [ed.]

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