A memorable adieu from one of American music’s giants.
Both Sides Now was a worthy and welcome bit of excess from a legend who always seemed to be getting her due a decade late.
Turbulent Indigo maintains its distance from the more confessional strain of Mitchell’s songwriting.
Chalk Mark in a Rain Storm doesn’t sound like a work of art but a product—one from an artist who once possessed an unlimited capacity to surprise us.
A document of one of the greatest songwriters of her generation, approaching a new decade with undampened felicity and sophistication.