Misses

Misses

by Joni Mitchell

CD

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Product Details

Release Date: 10/29/1996
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
UPC: 0093624635826
catalogNumber: 46358
Rank: 40531

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Joni Mitchell   Primary Artist,Dulcimer,Acoustic Guitar,Percussion,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals
David Baerwald   Vocals
Don Henley   Background Vocals
James Taylor   Guitar,Background Vocals
Robben Ford   Guitar
Jaco Pastorius   Bass
Joe Sample   Keyboards
Wayne Shorter   Soprano Saxophone
Abe Most   Clarinet
Don Alias   Conga
Bobbye Hall   Percussion
Alex Acuña   Percussion,Bata
Max Bennett   Bass
Vinnie Colaiuta   Drums
Bill Dillon   Guitar
Chuck Findley   Trumpet
John Guerin   Drums
Manu Katché   Percussion,Drums,talking drum
Larry Klein   Bass,Percussion,Keyboards
Michael Landau   Guitar,Electric Guitar
Benjamin Orr   Background Vocals
Emil Richards   Percussion
Alex Acuña & the Unknowns   Percussion,Bata

Technical Credits

Joni Mitchell   Arranger,Composer,Producer,drum programming,Art Direction,Collage,Dulcimer Arrangement
Vinnie Colaiuta   Drum Samples
Michael Fisher   Contributor,Percussion Sampling
Larry Klein   Composer,Producer
Mike Shipley   Producer
Robbie Cavolina   Art Direction
Mike Shibley   Producer

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Misses 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
glauver More than 1 year ago
Just to show her record company she was in charge, Joni Mitchell insisted this collection of her favorites come out at the same time as Hits. Many of them are from the 80s when she was in commercial decline along with Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Jackson Browne and singer-songwriters in general. Many of the songs seem to be protests against the consumerism Mitchell believed was destroying the culture around her. This may sound like a downer but it's not that bad. I found the arrangements were adventurous and challenging. Joni hedged her bets by including several earlier tracks at the conclusion of the CD. The result is a bit disjointed but I still give it 4 stars. If Hits and Misses been combined into a two CD collection and arranged chronologically, the result might have been a definitive view of Joni Mitchell.