Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Joni Mitchell Spoofs Joni Mitchell

With a little help from Van Gogh.

This self-portrait by Joni Mitchell was used as the cover to her 1994 release Turbulent Indigo.

8 comments:

  1. she is quite the artist
    with a depth beneath what she does
    I would love to hear her bring out some new music!

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  2. Sometimes one could almost feel a little jealous when another is blessed with multiple talents and abilities. She's an amazing lady.

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  3. THat is an excellent take on van Gogh. So long as the ear didn't come off though!

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  4. I LOVE Joni Mitchell. She really is very gifted!

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  5. I'm glad Jams mentioned Van Gogh because I thought I saw a resemblance in style, my high school art teacher would be happy to know I wasn't a completely hopeless cause.

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  6. Yeah, Van Gogh was the dude that cut his ear off. Joni Mitchell is very full of herself so she is probably suggesting how much she has sacrificed for the recording industry and the public who in turn,have been such ingrates to her. ;-) I love her anyway!

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  7. Susan - you are too humble, my dear! :-)

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  8. OMG! New theory---- She is the reincarnation of Van GOGH!

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