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TEMPORARY DESCRIPTION:BLUE REACHES NEW AUDIOPHILE HEIGHTS ON HYBRID SACDBlue would literally change everything shortly after it's release in June 1971. But what's even more remarkable about Joni Mitchell's exponentially influential and emotionally candid fourth record is that, more than 50 years later, the largely autobiographical work continues to alter contemporary music, cultural, and songwriting landscapes. Deemed the third Greatest Album of All Time by Rolling Stone; universally celebrated by critics, fans, artists, and educators; and defined by a spell of disarmingly vulnerable songs at once confessional, intense, spare, honest, painful, hopeful, and exquisite, Blue charts love, spiritualism, independence, and loss like no music before or since. It is the epitome of brilliance - and sounds more intimate, involving, and inescapable than ever on Mobile Fidelity's numbered-edition hybrid SACD.
TEMPORARY DESCRIPTION:BLUE REACHES NEW AUDIOPHILE HEIGHTS ON HYBRID SACDBlue would literally change everything shortly after it's release in June 1971. But what's even more remarkable about Joni Mitchell's exponentially influential and emotionally candid fourth record is that, more than 50 years later, the largely autobiographical work continues to alter contemporary music, cultural, and songwriting landscapes. Deemed the third Greatest Album of All Time by Rolling Stone; universally celebrated by critics, fans, artists, and educators; and defined by a spell of disarmingly vulnerable songs at once confessional, intense, spare, honest, painful, hopeful, and exquisite, Blue charts love, spiritualism, independence, and loss like no music before or since. It is the epitome of brilliance - and sounds more intimate, involving, and inescapable than ever on Mobile Fidelity's numbered-edition hybrid SACD.
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Blue
Artist: Joni Mitchell
Format: CD
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TEMPORARY DESCRIPTION:BLUE REACHES NEW AUDIOPHILE HEIGHTS ON HYBRID SACDBlue would literally change everything shortly after it's release in June 1971. But what's even more remarkable about Joni Mitchell's exponentially influential and emotionally candid fourth record is that, more than 50 years later, the largely autobiographical work continues to alter contemporary music, cultural, and songwriting landscapes. Deemed the third Greatest Album of All Time by Rolling Stone; universally celebrated by critics, fans, artists, and educators; and defined by a spell of disarmingly vulnerable songs at once confessional, intense, spare, honest, painful, hopeful, and exquisite, Blue charts love, spiritualism, independence, and loss like no music before or since. It is the epitome of brilliance - and sounds more intimate, involving, and inescapable than ever on Mobile Fidelity's numbered-edition hybrid SACD.
        
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