A signed Joni Mitchell lithographic self-portrait, used on the cover of her album Both Sides Now. In 2000 Mitchell released this album of “classic love songs” performed with a full orchestra, and as usual, she created a painting for the album cover. A small number of unsigned lithographs were made by Reprise Records to promote […]
A double LP set of Joni Mitchell and James Taylor performing individually and together in London during their 1970 tour. The concert was originally recorded on October 29, 1970 by the BBC and and broadcast as part of their “Pick of the Pops” series. This US edition was issued by radio syndicators Westwood One as […]
A rare cardboard concert poster advertising the 1968 Philadelphia Folk Festival, which featured Joni Mitchell (on August 23, five months to the day after the release of her debut album), Phil Ochs (one month after the release of his classic album Tape From California), John Denver (as part of Denver, Boise & Johnson, formerly the […]
A Joni Mitchell hand signed, titled, dated and numbered limited edition lithograph. This work, titled “Mingus,” was used by Mitchell on the cover of her 1979 album of the same name (a tribute to legendary jazz bassist Charles Mingus). That year Mitchell made 100 lithographs of this image, giving them to friends and using them […]
A beautiful autographed promotional first pressing of Joni Mitchell’s Dog Eat Dog on Geffen Records. The Near Mint gatefold sleeve has a promotional gold stamp in the top left corner, and is signed in the lower right corner “To the Count, Joni Mitchell 85″. The disc is in Mint condition and appears unplayed (sorry but we don’t know who […]
A hand signed lithograph by Joni Mitchell, gifted by Mitchell to a close personal friend. The lithograph is a portrait of her long lost daughter, Kilauren Gibb and her birth father, Brad MacMath. Mitchell gave up her only child for adoption near the time of her birth, something she regretted for many years. Her song […]
A hand signed and titled limited lithograph by Joni Mitchell, gifted by Mitchell to a friend from her management company. The lithograph, titled A Chair In The Sky, is a portrait of jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus, and the image was included in the package for her 1979 album Mingus. That year Mitchell made […]
A factory sealed likely first pressing of Joni Mitchell’s debut album, Songs To A Seagull, in sealed mint condition. This is a thick inflexible pressing from an early Warner Bros. archive. Reprise RS 6293.
An extraordinary and previously unknown Joni Mitchell collectible—Joni Mitchell’s personal 1970 test pressing of her album Ladies of the Canyon, pressed by A&M Records prior to her turning in the album to her label Reprise Records. This is best explained by the accompanying letter of authenticity from Joni’s longtime friend and associate, Joel Bernstein: […]
A setlist handwritten by Joni Mitchell, for her 1995 performance at the Gene Autry Museum in Los Angeles. This is the only Joni Mitchell setlist we’ve ever seen for sale, and it was obtained this from longtime Joni associate Joel Bernstein, who details its history in his accompanying letter of authenticity- “This letter is to […]
A rare 10″ acetate of Joni Mitchell’s “All I Want”, the first song on her acclaimed 1971 album Blue. This 45 rpm acetate was made by Warner Bros Music, who administered Joni’s publishing company Siquomb Music. Acetates like this were made to send to other artists, in an effort to generate cover versions. According to […]
A signed limited lithograph by Joni Mitchell, gifted by Mitchell to her friend and album cover photographer Joel Bernstein. The lithograph, titled Chair In The Sky, is a portrait of jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus, and the image was included in the package for her 1979 album Mingus. As Bernstein notes in his accompanying […]
A beautiful first printing concert poster advertising the Thanksgiving, 1976 farewell show by The Band, The Last Waltz. This historic concert, at San Francisco’s Winterland Auditorium, featured The Band’s invited guests, including Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Stephen Stills, Muddy Waters, Dr. John, Ringo Starr, Ronnie Hawkins, and Neil Diamond. […]
A very rare Warner Bros./Reprise CD “acetate” of the never released concert by Joni Mitchell at the Gene Autry Museum, January 26, 1995. Reprise Records presented Joni live at the Autry Museum in Los Angeles for an invited crowd, and broadcast the concert live on the radio. A very small number of these CDR’s were […]
A rare set of Rolling Stone magazine, issues #1 – 105, bound in a limited edition of seven volumes and gifted by Rolling Stone co-founder Jann Wenner to former Warner Bros. Records president Joe Smith. Wenner and legendary San Francisco Chronicle music critic Ralph J. Gleason launched Rolling Stone with their debut issue on November […]
An early concert poster for Joni Mitchell and Jackson Browne– June 18th 1972 at the Waikiki Shell in Honolulu, Hawaii. The poster is in excellent condition with no staple holes, and measures 10.5″ x 16″. We’ve never seen another example of this classic.