25 May 2008

Joni Mitchell & James Taylor - Royal Albert Hall 10/28/1970

Joni Mitchell & James Taylor
Live At The Royal Albert Hall
Hosted by BBC's John Peel

01 That Song About The Midway - Joni
02 The Gallery - Joni
03 Rainy Day Man - James
04 Steamroller - James
05 The Priest - Joni
06 Carey - Joni
07 Carolina in My Mind - James
08 California - Joni
09 For Free - Joni
10 The Circle Game - Joni
11 You Can Close Your Eyes - Joni & James

Bonus tracks not broadcast.
(All by Joni Mitchell)
12 The Good Samaritan
13 River
14 My Old Man
15 A Case Of You
16 Carey [with unedited intro]

It is unknown if this info is correct for date/venue/broadcast
All I know is this is AWESOME and needs to be enjoyed!

covers included
p/w: sparkyibew


dario_istra said...

Thank you. I don't like bootlegs if is bad quality of sound, but I'm surprised.Today I download CSN&Y & Bad Company (1976) and your sound is excelent. Thank you.

Dino & Janice said...

You are very welcome, enjoy!

Princess is in charge of quality control........if sound quality varies it will be noted. If it isn't good to listen to, it doesn't get posted.

Everything here is good!

bruce said...

I had a bad tape of this back in the mid 70's but recorded over the circle game story. Thank you thank you thank you! You made me so very happy.

Anonymous said...

Hi Thank you so much for this what great quality I love Joni

musikluvr said...

this just might be the most dangerous site i've ever found. thank you!

Paul '75 said...

A true treasure of a beautiful place in time. I saw Joni Mitchell at Cornell in 1972. Best concert that I have ever seen, first row, crystal clear voice of an angel. Thank you, thank you.

Harold Holt said...

Hey, this is amazing! An amazing find. Keep up the good work y'all!

Anonymous said...

I d/l the Black Oak Arkansas 1976 Reading concert here yesterday...you people are THE BEST!!!!! And I've come back for more with this James/Joni set...I have your site proudly displayed on my desktop screen...thank you and bless you!!!!! tony

TonyG said...

I had this on cassette for years, since at least sometime in the 70s. Wonderful on so many levels. Thank you. Keep up the great work!

Andy said...

Thank you so much. Really.