Court and Spark is Joni Mitchell's most overt attempt at making a hit record, full of glossy production, catchy choruses, and even guest stars from every stratum of rock culture, high (Robbie Robertson) and low (Cheech and Chong). The record was a smash, reaching number two on the charts in March of 1974, spawning three hit singles; Help Me, Free Man in Paris and Raised on Robbery and cementing Mitchell's position as a commercial as well as an artistic force.
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About the Author
Sean Nelson is a writer and musician in Seattle, and is a partner in independent label Barsuk Records.
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I picked up this book randomly for something different to read, and couldn't even get halfway through it. I didn't like the author's style and do NOT recommend this book.