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recklessdaughter

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    the village witch
  • Birthday 03/29/1993

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    Female
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    she/her
  • Location
    the forest of neldoreth
  • Interests
    tarot, drawing, poetry
  • Fan Since
    2013

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  1. Joni Mitchell has announced her second volume of archive releases, which just seems to be a boxset of her first four albums (Song to a Seagull, Clouds, Ladies of the Canyon, & Blue). If anyone has been recently getting into Joni and is looking to start a collection, this would be a great way to start. It comes out June 25th. The first volume came out last fall and was a collection of early rare performances and demos, if anyone missed that.
  2. I still listen to this everyday. It’s pretty much a part of me now. I just can’t get over how special this is and I’m still frustrated that even other spoken word albums are nothing like it. I remember watching the Ride music video years ago and thinking that I’d love a whole album from her of dramatic Valley of the Dolls style monologues, but it never seemed like a realistic possibility. It still feels like a dream having, like I’m gonna wake up and realize I imagined this project. Part of why I’m so excited for Iron Gates is because of how much I adore Violet. I’m so grateful Lana decided to do spoken word accompaniments for her poetry books.
  3. June Christy’s debut album Something Cool. It’s so melancholy and jazzy. I think a lot of you would like it too.
  4. This album is so good omg. I don’t have anything groundbreaking to say, I just love this album so much.
  5. The entire concept of a country girls collab album just makes me think of Trio, which makes me believe there’s no possible way for this to be bad.
  6. I truly believe this though. It probably gives her more lyrical freedom if people aren’t always sure what she’s saying.
  7. I sure hope we’re not advocating for more toxic relationships because they “make the music better” or some shit.
  8. I get all emotional and cry almost every time I listen to Coachella–Woodstock In My Mind
  9. If this album does end up in a more country/blues direction, I hope we get some of those sexy guitar riffs that make you start stripping without thinking.
  10. 1. Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass 2. Chemtrails Over the Country Club 3. Honeymoon 4. Ultraviolence 5. Lana Del Ray aka Lizzy Grant 6. Norman fucking Rockwell! 7. Lust for Life 8. Paradise 9. Born to Die ...but all her albums are 10/10 masterpieces in my eyes
  11. You’re right, they don’t. But if people are gonna hate “folk musicians”, they might as well hate ones that actually play folk music.
  12. This is embarrassing. Just say you don’t like folk music. Her recent music isn’t any more like Joni Mitchell than her old music was, in fact it’s actually less so. Joni Mitchell was never a folk singer. She was mostly an experimental jazz musician, if you could even put her in a box. In fact, Venice Bitch and Cruel World and Shades of Cool are way closer to Joni Mitchell’s music than anything on COTCC (except maybe Yosemite). I suggest you go listen to The Hissing of Summer Lawns, then go find an actual “folk musician” to hate on (there’s lots to choose from!)
  13. It’s actually become my favourite song on the album. It’s just so soft and gentle and overflowing in femininity. It truly feels like the heart of Chemtrails. I love it.
  14. ironically, this is actually much more similar to Joni Mitchell than anything on Chemtrails was
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