℗ 2001 Reprise Records
 

Both Sides Now

Joni Mitchell

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1
You're My Thrill
Joni Mitchell; Vince Mendoza
3:51
2
At Last
Joni Mitchell; Vince Mendoza
4:26
3
Comes Love
Joni Mitchell; Vince Mendoza
4:28
4
You've Changed
Joni Mitchell; Vince Mendoza
4:59
5
Answer Me, My Love
Joni Mitchell; Vince Mendoza
3:22
6
A Case of You
Joni Mitchell
5:50
7
Don't Go to Strangers
Joni Mitchell; Vince Mendoza
4:09
8
Sometimes I'm Happy
Joni Mitchell; Vince Mendoza
3:58
9
Don't Worry 'Bout Me
Joni Mitchell; Vince Mendoza
3:48
10
Stormy Weather
Joni Mitchell; Vince Mendoza
3:07
11
I Wish I Were in Love Again
Joni Mitchell; Vince Mendoza
3:35
12
Both Sides Now
Joni Mitchell; Vince Mendoza
5:46
Total Playing Time    51:19
Both Sides Now is a concept album by Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell that was released in 2000. It is her 17th studio album. The album won two Grammy Awards in 2001 for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album and Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) for the song "Both Sides, Now" and a Juno Award for Vocal Jazz Album of the Year.

The album traces the progress of the modern relationship through Mitchell's orchestral renditions of classic jazz songs. Two of her songs are included: "A Case of You" (1971) and "Both Sides, Now" (1969). The orchestra was arranged and conducted by Vince Mendoza.

In the liner notes, co-producer Larry Klein describes the album as "a programmatic suite documenting a relationship from initial flirtation through optimistic consummation, metamorphosing into disillusionment, ironic despair, and finally resolving in the philosophical overview of acceptance and the probability of the cycle repeating itself".
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Bros. Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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