Review #3: Blue, Joni Mitchell

#3: Blue, Joni Mitchell

My favorite thing about music is that you always remember the first time you hear it. That’s the double-edged sword of this project: I’ll always associate certain albums with certain arduous parts of my road trip.

For instance, right around the start of Blue, I realized that there was too much snow on the hood of my car when my wiper fluid stopped working, as I…

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