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Joni Mitchell - Chelsea Morning Album

Joni Mitchell - Chelsea Morning Album

  • Performer: Joni Mitchell
  • Genre: Pop / Folk
  • Title: Chelsea Morning
  • Released: 1969
  • Style: Folk
  • Label: Reprise Records
  • Catalog: RS 23402
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 2526 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1698 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 848


1Chelsea Morning2:32
2Both Sides, Now4:36


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RS 23402Joni Mitchell Chelsea Morning ‎(7", Single, Promo)Reprise RecordsRS 23402UK1969
3404Joni Mitchell Chelsea Morning ‎(7", Single)Reprise Records3404Canada1969
REP 1154Joni Mitchell Chelsea Morning / Both Sides, Now ‎(7", Single)Reprise RecordsREP 1154US1969
PRO 337Joni Mitchell Chelsea Morning ‎(7", Single, Promo)Reprise RecordsPRO 337US1969


  • Written-ByJoni Mitchell


Durations not listed on release.


  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): RS 23402A-1 △T
  • Barcode: RS 23402B-1 △T



Текст песни: Woke up, it was a Chelsea morning, and the first thing that I heard Was a song outside my window, and the traffic wrote the words It came a-reeling up like Christmas bells, and rapping up like pipes and drums is Joni Mitchell performing her hit Chelsea Morning. Chelsea Morning is a song written and composed by Joni Mitchell and recorded for the singer's second album, Clouds, which she released in 1969. Prior to it coming out on the Mitchell album, the song had been issued as a track on the debut album by Fairport Convention in 1968, as a single by Gloria Loring, and as a single by Judy Collins earlier in 1969. Jennifer Warnes recorded it for her debut album, I Can See Everything, also in 1968, and, in 1969, this version was released as a single. Joni Mitchell - Chelsea Morning. On this page you can download song Joni Mitchell - Chelsea Morning in mp3 and listen online. Folk-Rock Folk. Joni Mitchell. Joni Mitchell wrote this song about morning in her Chelsea apartment in New York City. Joni moved to New York to pursue her dream of becoming a solo artist after she and her husband of about two years, Chuck Mitchell, broke up in early 1967. While she was only 21 when she married Chuck Mitchell, Joni had already experienced many pains in life from polio to giving up her first daughter for adoption. Joni has said that in some ways her gift for music and writing was born out of tragedy, really, and loss. It was something to do while waiting for her daughter to come back Mark Bego, 2005. Joni Mitchell began her career singing folk songs and writing lyrics that would be performed by musicians like Judy Collins and Fairport Convention. When she began to make albums of her own, her verses became more pointed and her music expanded, growing to incorporate the jazz she had long adored. Even toward the end of her career, Mitchell continued searching for new directions: In 2007, her One Week Last Summer won a Grammy for - of all things - Best Instrumental Performance. Here are 10 essential tracks from her half-century of recording. Chelsea Morning. Released: Nov Joni Mitchell. Album: Clouds 1969. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Chelsea is a famous area in London, but it is also an area in New York City, which is what Mitchell references in this song. She moved to Chelsea in 1967 after splitting up with her husband, Chuck Mitchell, who she lived with in Detroit. In a 1996 interview with the Los Angeles Times, Mitchell explained: I wrote that in Philadelphia after some girls who worked in this club where I was playing found all this colored slag glass in an alley. We collected a lot of it and built these glass mobiles with copper wire and coat hangers. Joni Mitchell & Johnny Cash - Girl of the North Country - The Johnny Cash Show - 1970 - Ryman Auditorium. Nashville, TN. Joni Mitchell Fans. PagesPublic figureMusicianBandJoni Mitchell FansVideosJoni Mitchell - Chelsea Morning, Get Together and Both Sides Now Arlo Guthrie - The Sounds Of Summer, Mississippi River Festival, WTTW Chicago - 1969. This song is by Joni Mitchell and appears on the album Clouds 1969. Woke up, it was a Chelsea morning, andThe first thing that I heardWas a song outside my window, and the Traffic wrote the wordsIt came ringing up like Christmas bells,And rapping up like pipes and drums. Oh, won't you stayWe'll put on the dayAnd we'll wear it till the night comes