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You Can Close Your Eyes (with James Taylor / Live on In Concert, BBC, Paris Theatre, London, England, 10/29/1970 / Single)

Joni Mitchell, James Taylor

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You Can Close Your Eyes (with James Taylor / Live on In Concert, BBC, Paris Theatre, London, England, 10/29/1970)
Joni Mitchell; James Taylor
2:54
Total Playing Time    2:54
Joni Mitchell releases this all new live version of "You Can Close Your Eyes" with James Taylor, ahead of her new compilation Archives Vol II. The tracks on Archives Vol II have been sequenced chronologically to follow Mitchell in real time through one of the most creative periods of her career. The collection uncovers several unreleased Mitchell originals, including “Jesus” recorded in 1969 at her friend Jane Lurie’s New York apartment in Chelsea, which also served as the setting for the song “Chelsea Morning.”
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