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286: Joni Mitchell, ‘The Circle Game’

Posted by jeff on Jun 29, 2018 in All SoTWs, Personal, Rock, Song Of the week

Joni Mitchell, ‘The Circle Game’

Nogah (aged 8) and Poppa, ‘High Hopes’

My granddaughter Nogah never ceases to amaze me.

Tonight’s her high school graduation, and I’ll be leaving the house soon to drive there, about 75 minutes away. It’ll be long and boring, but I wouldn’t miss it for the world.

Nogah’s my first grandchild, so of course she occupies a special place in my heart. And now she’s all grown up.

These last few months have been a series of rites of passage:

  • her 18th birthday
  • her formal declaration of girlfriendhood
  • finishing her matriculation exams
  • graduating high school
  • deciding on her first steps as an independent major (she’s going to study Torah for a year at a girls’ seminary before joining the army for two or three years)
  • most importantly—her driver’s license.

 

She’s been deep in studying for her exams, so we haven’t had a chance to celebrate all these milestones properly. We probably never will. She’s too busy moving into that big future to stop and celebrate the past. She’s 18 and rocketing forward into the great unknown. The past is past. Let’s go, future!

I don’t have a problem with Nogah growing up. I look at her and see a young woman. Okay, I have looked on-line for ways to turn her back to being 4 years old—Aztec herbal medicines, quack elixers, New Age religions–but all in all, I’m cool with her growing up.

Even though, and I know this is a subject you’re not supposed to discuss, watching her reach adulthood entails some pretty grave ramifications for her granddad. But I’m sure that when I see her walk down the aisle to receive her diploma, my thoughts will be all on her.

I‘ll be remembering when my daughter told us that she was expecting. I can shed a tear at much less than that, so I’m guessing I made somewhat of a fool of myself there in the dining room at Mt Scopus.

I’ll be thinking of what my grandfather said to me when I told him I was going to make him a great-grandfather: “The sages tell us that each generation is like a strand. When a man sees the third generation of progeny, that forms a rope on which he climbs directly into heaven.”

I’ll be thinking of her at 3, and the CD I made for her. I never really liked singing kids’ songs, but—hey, this is Nogah. I just had to do it. Here’s my version of Peter, Paul & Mary’s version of Woodie Guthrie’s ‘Car-Car’. I really do like the CD covers, though.

I’ll be thinking of her at 8, the time I took her into a studio to show her how recordings were made, to see if I could encourage her to sing. We recorded Sinatra’s ‘High Hopes’. This is what Nogah and I sound like together. Ain’t she sweet?

I’ll be thinking of her at 12, when she stood up in synagogue to make her Bat Mitzva speech in front of several hundred people and gave a 12-minute talk (but who’s counting?) about birds in the Bible.

I’ll be thinking about her at 14, when she called me from a store: “Hi Poppa!” (with the honey dripping from her voice), “Mom said I could buy a new blouse for the holidays, and I’m in the store now, and there’s this really beautiful dress that I’m absolutely in love with…” She knows who’s an easy pushover.

I’ll be thinking about her at 16, wearing a beautiful opal-colored A-line dress to meet her grandfather at a fancy coffee shop in The Big City.

I’ll be thinking about her at 17, calling me to say: “I just had to tell you, Poppa, that I’m cleaning up my room. And do you know what I’m listening to? That James Taylor CD you made me.”

I’ll be thinking about her as a wise person, someone I and everyone who knows her consult with about interpersonal affairs, because she’s got people smarts and an emotional intelligence that surpasses that of most human beings.

I’ll be thinking about the fact that even though she knows she has me wrapped around her finger, and even though she knows I know she knows she has me wrapped around her finger, she takes advantage of it to just the right extent.

I’ll be thinking about conversing with her both eye-to-eye and old person to young person, simultaneously.

She amazes me every time I see her.

I really do think she’s an amazing young lady. And I’m not biased, really! Empirically speaking, she’s ambitious, she’s colorful, she’s dramatic, she’s engaged, she’s idealistic, she’s moral, she’s responsible, she’s sensible, she’s sensitive, she’s sentimental. I’m so happy that she’s going to be bearing my genes into the future, long after I’m gone.

And what did she do today to amaze me? She called and asked me to write a Song of The Week about her and her graduation. No-brainer, Pumpkin.

I know half a dozen coming-of-age songs off the top of my head: Harry Belafonte’s lovely ‘Turn Around’; ‘Try To Remember’, from “The Fantastiks”; the Beach Boy’s ‘Graduation Day’ and ‘When I Grow Up’; Dylan’s ‘Forever Young’. I even checked out Kanye West’s ‘Graduation Day’, but those lyrics wouldn’t have a chance of passing the local censor.

Easy choice: we’re going with that very beautiful Joni Mitchell song, ‘The Circle Game’, which she wrote when she was still an unknown, but didn’t put it on an album until her third one, “Ladies of the Canyon” (1970).

I think the lyrics are straightforward and familiar enough so that you don’t need my help with them.  But they’re as touching as ever, and certainly are worth revisiting.  So why don’t you just read along while Joni sings them. You can even sing along with her, if you want.

Me? I have to go get ready for Nogah’s graduation. And while I’m watching her get her diploma, I’ll try to avoid thinking about the fact that just as she’s growing up, I’m growing down. I’ll try to keep in mind that “There’ll be new dreams, maybe better dreams, and plenty”, and hope that I’m around to cry at a couple more of these, the milestones of our lives.

 

Yesterday a child came out to wonder

Caught a dragonfly inside a jar

Fearful when the sky was full of thunder

And tearful at the falling of a star

 

And the seasons they go round and round

And the painted ponies go up and down

We’re captive on the carousel of time

We can’t return we can only look

Behind from where we came

And go round and round and round

In the circle game

 

Then the child moved ten times round the seasons

Skated over ten clear frozen streams

Words like “when you’re older” must appease him

And promises of someday make his dreams

 

Sixteen springs and sixteen summers gone now

Cartwheels turn to car wheels through the town

And they tell him take your time it won’t be long now

Till you drag your feet to slow the circles down

 

So the years spin by and now the boy is twenty

Though his dreams have lost some grandeur coming true

There’ll be new dreams maybe better dreams and plenty

Before the last revolving year is through

 

 

SoTW Index

Posted by jeff on Mar 25, 2012 in All SoTWs

Here’s a complete chronological list of all published SoTWs for your browsing convenience. Please do feel free to sign up for email notifications of new postings.

  1. Mint Juleps, ‘Don’t Let Your Heart‘
  2. Buddy Holly, ‘Learning the Game‘ (undubbed)
  3. Jerry Garcia & Dave Grisman, ‘So What?‘
  4. The Beach Boys, ‘Kiss Me Baby‘
  5. JS Bach, ‘Toccata in Cm‘ (BWV 911) – Glenn Gould
  6. Elvis Costello, ‘Accidents Will Happen‘ (Live)
  7. John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman, ‘My One and Only Love‘
  8. Fairport Convention,  ‘I’ll Keep It With Mine‘ (Dylan)
  9. Barbra Streisand, ‘Lover Come Back To Me‘ (live)
  10. Charles Mingus, ‘Remember Rockefeller at Attica‘
  11. The Idea of North, ‘Fragile‘ (Sting)
  12. Arvo Pärt, ‘Cantate Domino’
  13. Tim Hardin, ‘Black Sheep Boy’
  14. Woodstock, the event (Hebrew); Joni Mitchell, ‘Woodstock’ (in English)
  15. Tracy Nelson (Mother Earth), ‘Down So Long’
  16. Bob Dylan, ‘Percy’s Song’
  17. Chano Dominguez, ‘Tangos del Fuego’ (Red Sea Jazz Festival)
  18. Paul McCartney, ‘Distractions’
  19. Johnny Dyani, ‘Shvarim’
  20. Esperanza Spalding, ‘I Know You Know’
  21. Mal Waldron & Steve Lacy, ‘Snake Out’
  22. Roberta Sa and Chico Buarque, ‘Mambembe’
  23. Tommy Edwards, ‘It’s All in the Game’
  24. Oi Va Voi, ‘Refugee’
  25. The Zombies, ‘Care of Cell 44’
  26. Andy Bey, ‘River Man’
  27. Lennie Tristano, ‘Wow’
  28. Smokey Robinson, ‘The Tracks of My Tears’
  29. Eva Cassidy, ‘Over the Rainbow’
  30. The Bulgarian State Radio and Television Women’s Choir (Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares), ‘Pilentze Pee’
  31. The Beach Boys, ‘Little Saint Nick’
  32. Duke Ellington, “Take the ‘A’ Train” (Billy Strayhorn)
  33. Radka Toneff, ‘The Moon’s a Harsh Mistress’ (Jimmy Webb)
  34. Dionne Warwick, ‘Walk On By’ (Burt Bacharach)
  35. Miles Davis, ‘Boplicity’ (“Birth of the Cool”)
  36.  Nyro, ‘Sweet Blindness’ (ELaurali & the 13th Confession)
  37. Lee Konitz, ‘Alone Together’ (w/ Mehldau & Haden)
  38. Van Morrison, ‘Astral Weeks’
  39. Blind Willie Johnson, ‘Mother’s Children Have a Hard Time’
  40. Lennie Tristano Quintet, ’317 East 32nd’ (Live in Toronto 1952)
  41. Miles Davis, ‘It Never Entered My Mind’
  42. Leiber & Stoller, ‘Yakety Yak’ (The Coasters)
  43. The Left Banke, ‘Pretty Ballerina’
  44. Paul Robeson, ‘Let My People Go’
  45. Julie London, ‘Bye Bye Blackbird’
  46. James Taylor, ‘Never Die Young’
  47. Bobby McFerrin, ‘The Garden’ (“Vocabularies”)
  48. Sam Cooke, ‘Bring It On Home To Me’
  49. Chrysalis, ‘Summer in Your Savage Eyes’
  50. The Rolling Stones, ‘Gimme Shelter’ (Kent State Shootings)
  51. The Ross Sisters, ‘Solid Potato Salad’
  52. The Lovin’ Spoonful, ‘Girl, Beautiful Girl’
  53. The Beatles, ‘In My Life’
  54. Mickey and Sylvia, ‘Love is Strange’
  55. Miles Davis/Gil Evans, ‘Concierto de Aranjuez’
  56. James Taylor, ‘Secret O’ Life’
  57. Anita O’Day, ‘Tea for Two’
  58. Dave Frishberg, ‘Van Lingle Mungo’
  59. The Real Group, ‘Joy Spring’
  60. The Bill Evans Trio, ‘Gloria’s Step’
  61. The Doobie Brothers, ‘What a Fool Believes’
  62. Martha and the Vandellas, ‘Heat Wave’
  63. Pust, ‘En Reell Halling’
  64. Janis Joplin and Tom Jones, ‘Raise Your Hand’
  65. Ella Fitzgerald, ‘Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most’
  66. Rickie Lee Jones, ‘Skeletons’
  67. Musica Nuda, ‘I Will Survive’
  68. Hermeto Pascoal, ‘Santa Catarina’
  69. Catherine Russell, ‘New Speedway Boogie’
  70. Buddy Holly, ‘That’ll Be the Day’
  71. Lyy, ‘Giftavisan’
  72. Stephen Stills, ‘Suite: Judy Blue Eyes’ (“Just Roll Tape” demo)
  73. Erik Satie, ‘Gymnopedie No. 1’
  74. Donovan, ‘House of Jansch’
  75. Joao Gilberto, ‘Chega De Saudade’
  76. Roy Orbison, ‘Oh, Pretty Woman’
  77. JS Bach, ‘Conrapunctus 9’, “Art of the Fugue” (Emerson Quartet)
  78. Paul Simon, ‘The Late, Great Johnny Ace’
  79. Miles Davis, ‘So What’ (“Kind of Blue”)
  80. Norah Jones, ‘Wild Horses’
  81. Maria Schneider, ‘The Pretty Road’
  82. Dion, ‘Sit Down, Old Friend’
  83. Ezio Pinza, ‘Some Enchanted Evening’
  84. Shostakovich, Prelude & Fugue No 16 in B-flat Minor (Tatiana Nikolaeva)
  85. Randy Newman, ‘I Think It’s Going to Rain Today’
  86. Steve Reich, ‘Different Trains’
  87. Bob Dylan, ‘Black Diamond Bay’
  88. Lizz Wright, ‘Old Man’
  89. Jackson Browne/Maurice Williams, ‘The Load-Out/Stay’
  90. The Cyrkle, ‘Red Rubber Ball’
  91. Herbie Nichols, ‘House Party Starting’
  92. Béla Fleck, Edgar Meyer, Zakir Hussain, ‘Babar’ (“The Melody of Rhythm”)
  93. Leon Russell, ‘A Song for You’
  94. Brad Mehldau, ‘Martha My Dear’
  95. Derek & the Dominos, ‘Little Wing’
  96. Bill Evans, ‘Easy to Love’
  97. Mstislav Rostropovich, ‘Cello Concerto Opus 43, Adagio’ (Mieczyslaw Weinberg)
  98. John Sebastian, ‘Younger Generation’
  99. Luciana Souza, ‘Baião à Tempo’
  100. Luciana Souza, ‘Chorinho Pra Ele’ (“Brazilian Duos”)
  101. Kurt Elling, ‘Li’l Darlin’’
  102. Natanela ‘Shir HaYona’ (Matti Caspi)
  103. Little Stevie Wonder, ‘Fingertips’
  104. Charles Mingus, ‘Myself When I am Real’/’Adagio Ma Non Troppo’
  105. Boswell Sisters, ‘Crazy People’
  106. Joni Mitchell, ‘Cactus Tree’
  107. The Association, ‘Everything That Touches You’
  108. Michael McDonald/Luciana Souza ‘I Can Let Go Now’
  109. Daniel Zamir, ‘Shir HaShomer’
  110. Mongolian Throat Singing (The Occidental Tourist)
  111. David Crosby (The Byrds), ‘Everybody’s Been Burned’
  112. James Taylor, ‘Yesterday’
  113. JS Bach, ‘Prelude’ (Suite #2 for Cello) – Pablo Casals
  114. Luciana Souza, ‘Morrer de Amor’
  115. Astor Piazzolla, ‘Tango: Zero Hour’
  116. Van Morrison, ‘Tupelo Honey’
  117. Carole King, ‘It Might as Well Rain Until September’
  118. Brian Wilson, ‘Surf’s Up’
  119. Tom Harrell, ‘Train Shuffle’
  120. Sam Cooke, ‘Shake, Rattle and Roll’
  121. George Harrison, ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps’ (acoustic version)
  122. George Harrison, ‘You Know What to Do’ b/w Buddy Holly, ‘You’re the One’
  123. Ray Stevens, ‘Jeremiah Peabody’s Polyunsaturated Quick-Dissolvin’ Fast-Acting Pleasant-Tasting Green and Purple Pills’
  124. Bill Evans, ‘Nardis’
  125. Bee Gees, ‘Holiday’
  126. Dylan, ‘Tears of Rage’ (Basement Tapes)
  127. The Band, ‘Tears of Rage’ (Music from Big Pink)
  128. The Isley Brothers, ‘Twist and Shout’
  129. Franz Schubert, ‘Death and the Maiden’
  130. Thelonious Monk, ‘Well, You Needn’t’
  131. Nickel Creek, ‘Somebody More Like You’
  132. James Taylor, ‘Enough To Be On Your Way’
  133. Spencer Davis Group, ‘I’m A Man’
  134. Lee Konitz, ‘Duende’
  135. Kaveret, ‘Medina Ktana’
  136. Taylor, Simon & Garfunkel, ‘Wonderful World’
  137. Patience and Prudence, ‘Gonna Get Along Without You Now’
  138. Eliane Elias, ‘Baubles, Bangles and Beads’
  139. Swingle Singers, ‘On the 4th of July’ (James Taylor)
  140. Randy Newman, ‘Sail Away’
  141. Joni Mitchell, ‘I Don’t Know Where I Stand’
  142. Kat Edmonson, ‘Champagne’
  143. Christian McBride, ‘Killer Joe’
  144. Fleet Foxes, ‘Montezuma’
  145. Peter, Paul & Mary, ‘Early Morning Rain’
  146. Hamilton Camp, ‘Pride of Man
  147. Frank Sinatra, ‘It Was a Very Good Year’
  148. Andy Williams, ‘Days of Wine & Roses’
  149. Antony & the Johnsons, ‘Epilepsy is Dancing’
  150. Matti Caspi, ‘Lo Tov Heyot Adam Levado’
  151. Otis Redding, ‘Dock of the Bay’
  152. Sam Cooke, ‘A Change is Gonna Come’
  153. Christlieb & Marsh, ‘Magna-Tism’
  154. Laura Nyro, ‘Save the Country’
  155. Buddy Holly, ‘It Doesn’t Matter Anymore’
  156. Nilsson, ‘Without Her’
  157. Nilsson, ‘One’
  158. Paul Simon, ‘Surfer Girl’
  159. Smokey robinson, ‘Ooh Baby, Baby’
  160. Smokey Robinson & Aretha Franklin, ‘Ooh Baby, Baby’
  161. Swingle Singers, ‘Sinfonia’ (JS Bach)
  162. Everly Brothers, ‘Crying in the Rain’
  163. Joni Mitchell, ‘For Free’
  164. Dylan, ‘Tangled Up in Blue’
  165. Paul Simon, ‘Jonah’
  166. John Martyn, ‘Bless the Weather’
  167. James Blake, ‘Lindisfarne’
  168. Neal Hefti, ‘Girl Talk’
  169. The Mills Brothers, ‘Jungle Fever’
  170. Laura Nyro, ‘Luckie’ (“Eli & the 13th Confession”)
  171. Jackson Browne (with David Crosby), ‘Something Fine’
  172. Anúna, ‘Jerusalem’
  173. The Real Group, ‘Nature Boy’
  174. Vocal Line, ‘Don’t Give Up’
  175. Traffic, ‘John Barleycorn Must Die’
  176. Chuck Berry, Too Much Monkey Business (Dylan, Subterranean)
  177. Joni Mitchell, ‘Woodstock’
  178. Claudia Quintet +1 (with Kurt Elling), ‘Showtime’
  179. Tom Waits, ‘Ruby’s Arms’
  180. Tim Reis, ‘Jumping Jack Flash’
  181. Linda Ronstadt & J.D. Souther, ‘Faithless Love’
  182. The Shirelles, ‘Will You Love Me Tomorrow’
  183. Love, ‘Alone Again Or’ (Bryan MacLean)
  184. Arik Einstein, ‘Ruach Stav’
  185. Frank Sinatra, ‘High Hopes’
  186. The Everly Brothers, ‘All I Have to Do Is Dream’
  187. Trombone Shorty, ‘Hurricane Season’
  188. Imogen Heap/Vocal Line, ‘Let Go’
  189. Choir of Young Believers, ‘Hollow Talk’ (Nordic Noir TV)
  190. Bob Dylan, ‘Boots of Spanish Leather’
  191. The Fleetwoods, ‘Mr. Blue’
  192. Les Double Six of Paris, “Moanin'”
  193. The Band, ‘Rockin’ Chair’
  194. The Rolling Stones, ‘Not Fade Away’ (1964)
  195. Hoagy Carmichael, ‘Skylark’
  196. Ray Charles, ‘You Don’t Know Me’
  197. Paul Simon, ‘Hearts and Bones’
  198. Buffalo Springfield, ‘Rock and Roll Woman’
  199. Janis Ian, ‘At Seventeen’
  200. Bert Jansch, “Avocet”
  201. Bob Dylan, ‘All Along the Watchtower’
  202. Laura Nyro, ‘The Confession’
  203. Aretha Franklin & Ray Charles: ‘Spirit in the Dark’
  204. Bob Dylan, ‘Idiot Wind’ (NY Sessions)
  205. James Taylor, ‘Something’s Wrong’
  206. Lake Street Dive (Rachael Price), ‘I Want You Back’
  207. The Beatles, ‘Rocky Raccoon’; and Bob Dylan, ‘Frankie Lee and Judas Priest’/’Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts’
  208.  Vocalocity, ‘Is Your Love Big Enough?’
  209.  The Real Group: ‘Monica Vals’ (‘Waltz for Debby’)
  210.  Tigran Hamasyan, ‘Drip’
  211.  Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention, ‘Help, I’m a Rock’ (“Freak Out!”)
  212. Bon Iver (Justin Vernon), ‘Towers’
  213.  Tommy Tucker, ‘Hi-Heel Sneakers’
  214. The Beatles, ‘You’re Gonna Lose That Girl’

  215. Joni Mitchell, ‘Blue’
  216. Billie Holiday, ‘God Bless the Child’
  217. Amy Winehouse, ‘Back to Black’
  218. Bo Diddley, ‘Who Do You Love’
  219. Woody Guthrie, ‘Red River Valley’
  220. Cilla Black, ‘Alfie’
  221. The Drifters (Doc Pomus), ‘Save the Last Dance for Me’
  222. Joni Mitchell, ‘River’
  223. Ibrahim Maalouf, ‘Conspiracy Generation’
  224. Bob Dylan, ‘Motorpsycho Nightmare’
  225. Brad Mehldau, ‘The Falcon Will Fly Again’/Luis Bonfa, ‘Manha de Carnaval’
  226. The Byrds, ‘Eight Miles High’ (RCA Version)
  227. Vitamin String Quartet, ‘All Along the Watchtower’
  228. Roger Treece, Achinoam Nini (Noa)/Gil Dor, Vocalocity — ‘Zeh Po, Zeh Mugan’
  229. The Beatles: ‘I’ve Just Seen a Face’ (“Rubber Soul” at 50)
  230. The Beach Boys, ‘Here Today’ (“Pet Sounds” Unsurpassed Masters Vol. 14)
  231. 10cc, ‘I’m Not in Love’
  232. Sufjan Stevens, ‘Romulus’
  233. Laura Nyro, ‘And When I Die’
  234. Carole King, ‘Up On the Roof’ (Live, 1971)
  235. The Singing Nun, ‘Dominque’
  236. Jacob Collier, ‘Hideaway’
  237. Wilbert Harrison, ‘Kansas City’
  238. Marvin Gaye, ‘I Heard It Through the Grapevine’
  239. Ben Howard, ‘Keep Your Head Up’
  240. The Staves, ‘No Me, No You, No More’
  241. John Sebastian, ‘Welcome Back’
  242. Dhafer Youssef, ‘Les Ondes Orientales’ (with Tigran Hamasyan)
  243. Ricky Nelson, “I’m Walkin'”
  244. Bill Evans/Miles Davis, ‘On Green Dolphin Street’
  245. Johnny Mathis, ‘Misty’
  246. Tom Waits, ‘Kentucky Avenue’
  247. Perry Como, ‘Kol Nidre’
  248. Bob Dylan, ‘You Ain’t Going Nowhere’
  249. Bobby Vee, ‘The Night Has a Thousand Eyes’
  250. Mose Allison, ‘Young Man’s Blues’
  251. The Maysles Brothers, “The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit”
  252. The Beatles, ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’
  253. 253: Edgar Winter, ‘Rise to Fall’ (Indefensible Mixes)
  254.  Vince Guaraldi/We Five, ‘Cast Your Fate to the Wind’
  255. Simon & Garfunkel, ‘Mrs Robinson’
  256. The Mamas & The Papas, ‘Once Was a Time I Thought’
  257. Alison Krauss/Brenda Lee: ‘All Alone Am I’
  258.  Stephen Stills, ‘Do For the Others’
  259. Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau: ‘Marcie’ (Joni Mitchell), ‘Don’t Think Twice’ (Dylan)
  260. David Crosby/Joni Mitchell, ‘Yvette in English’
  261. Kurt Elling/Sting, ‘Practical Arrangement’
  262. Bob Dylan, ‘Went to See the Gypsy’ (“Another Self-Portrait”)
  263. Lovin’ Spoonful (John Sebastian), ‘Summer in the City’
  264. Folk’Avant, ‘9th of August’
  265. Dion DiMucci, ‘Abraham, Martin and John’
  266.  Vertical Voices, ‘The Cry and The Smile’
  267.  Boz Scaggs, ‘Lowdown’ (“Fade Into Light”)
  268.  Damien Rice, ‘The Blower’s Daughter’ (Natalie Portman’s Aunt)
  269. Brian Wilson, ‘Sandy’/’Sherri She Needs Me’/’She Says That She Needs Me’
  270. Laura Nyro, ‘Stoney End’ (Seattle Bootleg, 1971)
  271.  Laura Nyro, ‘Walk on By’ (Bootleg Collection)
  272. Vilray, ‘Do Friends Fall in Love?’ (with Rachael Price)
  273. The Necks, ‘Sex’
  274. Tim Hardin, ‘Reason to Believe’
  275. Sandy Bull, ‘Blend’
  276. Leo Kottke, ‘Eggtooth’ (New Acoustic)
  277. Joni Mitchell, ‘Electricity’
  278. The Danish String Quartet, ‘Sønderho Bridal Trilogy – Part II’/Dreamers’ Circus, ‘Kitchen Stories’
  279. Ásgeir, ‘Torrent’
  280. Charles Ives, ‘The Unanswered Question’

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