All Articles in Alphabetical Order 1913 Massacre, by Woody Guthrie 1960 Blues: Prestige Bluesville 1960 Classical Music, part 1 1960 Classical Music, part 2 1960 Film Scores: American Films 1960 Film Scores: European Films 1960 Jazz: Argo Records 1960 Jazz: Atlantic Records, part 1 1960 Jazz: Atlantic Records, part 2 1960 Jazz: Blue Note Records 1960 Jazz: Candid Records 1960 Jazz: Columbia Records 1960 Jazz: Prestige New Jazz 1960 Jazz: Prestige Records 1960 Jazz: Riverside Records 1960 Jazz: Verve Records 1960 Popular Music: Chess and Motown Records 1960 Popular Music: Guitar Instrumentals 1960 Popular Music: Soul, R&B, Doo-wop 1960 Popular Music: The Brill Building 1960 Popular Music: The Nashville Sound 1970, part 1: Progressive Music 1970, part 2: Progressive Music 1970, part 3: The Canterbury scene 1970, part 4: Progressive Music from the Continent 1970, part 5: Vertigo Records 1970, part 6: Harvest Records 1971, part 1: Progressive Music 1971, part 2: Progressive Music 1971, part 3: The Canterbury scene 1971, part 4: Progressive Music from the Continent 1971, part 5: Vertigo Records 1971, part 6: Harvest Records 80/81, by Pat Metheny A Fool No More, by Peter Green Abbey Road, by The Beatles Adrian Belew, part 1: 1976-1980 (Zappa, Bowie, Talking Heads) Adrian Belew, part 2: 1981-1984 (King Crimson) Adrian Belew, part 3: 1981-1984 (guest appearances and solo albums) Aja, by Steely Dan Al Bowlly’s in Heaven, by Richard Thompson Alabama, by John Coltrane Album Covers by Mati Klarwein Alice Coltrane’s spiritual jazz, 1968-1971 Alone Again Or, by Love And When I Die, by Blood, Sweat and Tears Andrew Powell Andy Warhol’s 1950s Album Covers Anyone Who Had A Heart, by Dionne Warwick Aoife, by Flairck ARP Instruments in the 1970s As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls, by Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays Au Lait, by the Pat Metheny Group Basra, by Pete La Roca Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered, by Ella Fitzgerald Bill Bruford – sessions and tours, 1975-1976 Black Hair, by Nick Cave Black Is the Color of My True Love’s Hair, by Nina Simone Brilliant Corners, by Thelonious Monk Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft, performed by the Carpenters Caravanserai, by Santana Carla Bley’s Band, 1976-1984 Cheap Thrills, an album cover by Robert Crumb Cinema Show (Live), by Genesis Conference of the Birds, by Dave Holland Coyote, by Joni Mitchell Danny Thompson, part 1: The 1960s Danny Thompson, part 2: The Early 1970s Danny Thompson, part 3: Collaborations with John Martyn in the 1970s Danny Thompson, part 4: 1972-1978 Danny Thompson, part 5: 1980-1986 Danny Thompson, part 6: 1987-1989 David Bedford part 1, 1969-1972 David Bedford part 2, 1973-1976 Django, by the Modern Jazz Quartet Don Sebesky’s Arrangements on CTI Records Eleanor Rigby, by The Beatles Eleni Karaindrou’s film scores to the movies of Theo Angelopoulos Elgar’s Cello Concerto, by Jacqueline du Pré EMS VCS3 in the 1970s, part 1 EMS VCS3 in the 1970s, part 2 Escalator Over the Hill, by Carla Bley Esmond Edwards Etudes 1 and 2, by Charlie Haden, Geri Allen and Paul Motian Fables of Faubus, by Charles Mingus First Utterance, by Comus Five Leaves Left, by Nick Drake Forgetting, by Philip Glass Frank Zappa’s Album Covers by Cal Schenkel, part 1: the 1960s Frank Zappa’s Album Covers by Cal Schenkel, part 2: the 1970s Georges Delerue’s music for the films of Francois Truffaut Georgia Street, by Appaloosa Ghost Town, by The Specials Gloria’s Step, by the Bill Evans Trio God Bless the Child, by the Keith Jarrett Trio Gris-Gris, by Dr. John Hard Times, by Baby Huey and the Babysitters Hearts and Bones, by Paul Simon Heavy Horses, by Jethro Tull Here Comes The Flood, by Robert Fripp and Peter Gabriel Hounds of Love, by Kate Bush Hugh McCracken Hurdy Gurdy Man, by Steve Hillage I’d Rather Go Blind, by Chicken Shack In The Court of the Crimson King, by King Crimson In the Land of Grey and Pink, by Caravan In The Wake Of Poseidon, by King Crimson It Never Entered My Mind, by The Miles Davis Quintet Jack Montrose, 1953-1955 Jay Berliner Jazz Album Covers by David Stone Martin John Barleycorn Must Die, by Traffic John Barleycorn, by Traffic Keith Jarrett’s American Quartet, 1973-1976 Keith Jarrett’s Trio, 1967-1972 Keith Tippett, 1969-1971 La Rêveuse, by Marin Marais La Sorcière, by Virginie Morgan La Strada, by Nino Rota Larry Carlton’s sessions with Steely Dan and Joni Mitchell Listening Wind, by Talking Heads Lonely Woman, by Ornette Coleman Losing Hand, by Ray Charles Lotus Feet, by Remember Shakti Love Child, by The Supremes Magic and Loss, by Lou Reed Magic Hollow, by the Beau Brummels Maurizius, by Eberhard Weber Mike Leander Moonage Daydream, by David Bowie Moonmadness, by Camel Ommadawn, by Mike Oldfield On the Corner, by Miles Davis On The Shore, by Trees Palenque, by the Paco de Lucia Sextet Paul Buckmaster Persian Love, by Holger Czukay Phantasmagoria, by Curved Air Pink Floyd’s The Wall Visuals by Gerald Scarfe Pink Moon, by Nick Drake Que Faser, by Codona Rain Dogs, by Tom Waits Ralph MacDonald Relayer, by Yes Rick Wakeman, 1969-1971 Ricochet, by Tangerine Dream Robert Kirby Rock Bottom, by Robert Wyatt S.F. Sorrow, by The Pretty Things Santana 1972-1974, Part 1: The Road to Caravanserai Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
What a nice blog you have. I read a couple of entries and they are great. Hope to read everything. Thank you so much.
Thank you for the kind words, enjoy the reading.
Just what I look for in sharing music with friends. You have eclectic tastes and insightful comments. Love the comment about going to record stores as a kid–pleasures of the past!
I am new to your blog and am thrilled to read this account of Joni Mitchell’s, “Coyote!” Thank you for clearing up some questions I had about this work, which I encountered when watching “The Last Waltz.” I loved reading about the bass player she worked with, whose fabulous contribution IS the COYOTE!! Darting here and there, tearing things up, nearing, retreating, drug use, not glamorized, rather becoming “prisoners of the white lines on the freeway.” Sam Shepard’s involvement only adds further dimension to Joni Mitchell’s brilliantly crafted, executed, performed work of art. Such a beautiful work, one you noted in her statement that of all her works, this is one that could not have been written by anyone other than herself. THANK GOD, MS. JONI MITCHELL!! And thank you Music Aficionado for providing such rich information.
Thank you. Glad you enjoyed the article and learned something new from it. You may also like the article about the band’s performance of The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down from The Last Waltz. https://musicaficionado.blog/2016/04/25/the-night-they-drove-old-dixie-down-by-the-band/
Very much enjoy your writing! The depth of your research is impressive! Are you on sabbatical from Rolling Stone? Don’t recall how I found you now, but kudos to you, quality work without the typical journalistic flaw seeking agenda:)
Thank you for the kind compliments. Not on sabbatical from Rolling Stone or any other music-related magazine. In fact, I only started writing seriously with this blog. It is a fruit of passion, not a career, therefore devoid of agendas outside the love of music.