Wild Things Run Fast (Remastered) Joni Mitchell
Subgenre: Folk Rock
Artist: Joni Mitchell
Album including Album cover
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- 1Chinese Cafe/Unchained Melody05:20
- 2Wild Things Run Fast02:16
- 3Ladies' Man02:40
- 4Moon At The Window03:40
- 5Solid Love03:05
- 6Be Cool04:13
- 7(You're So Square) Baby, I Don't Care02:37
- 8You Dream Flat Tires02:53
- 9Man To Man03:45
- 10Underneath The Streetlight02:17
Info for Wild Things Run Fast (Remastered)
Wild Things Run Fast is the 11th studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell. Her first of four releases for Geffen Records, it was released in 1982 and represents her departure from jazz to a more 1980s pop sound. This was her first album to work with bassist Larry Klein, whom she married in 1982. Klein would play bass on and co-produce her next four albums.
Canadian Joni Mitchell is more than just another singer-songwriter: she was one of the most brave and pioneering female artists of the 20th century. Fiercely independent of outside pressures, she had no hesitation in taking artistic risks even when commercial success was at stake. Mostly, her risks paid off, as her relentless creativity kept fans loyal and won fulsome praise from music journalists.
Joni Mitchell, vocals; acoustic guitar on 3,5,9,10,11; electric guitar on 4,6,8; piano on 1; electric piano on 10
Larry Klein, bass, rhythmic arrangements on 2, 7
Michael Landau, electric guitar on 5,7,8,10
Steve Lukather, electric guitar on 1,2,9,11
John Guerin, drums on 1,4,6,9
Vinnie Colaiuta, drums on 2,3,5,7,8,10,11, rhythmic arrangements on 2,7
Don Alias, rhythmic arrangements on 6
Larry Williams, Prophet synthesizer on 1,2,3; tenor saxophone on 3,7
Russell Ferrante, Oberheim synthesizer on 4,6,9
Wayne Shorter, soprano saxophone on 4,6,11
Larry Carlton, guitar on 3
Victor Feldman, percussion on 9
Kim Hutchcroft, baritone saxophone on 7
Lionel Richie, backing vocals on 3,8
Charles Valentino, backing vocals on 3
Howard Kinney, backing vocals on 3
James Taylor, backing vocals on 9
Produced by Joni Mitchell
Joni Mitchell began as the archetype of the folkie female singer-songwriter, an heir to Joan Baez. But she quickly moved forward, incorporating influences from jazz and the blues. 'Joni Mitchell heard Billie Holiday sing 'Solitude' when she was about nine years old — and she hasn't been the same since,' says Herbie Hancock. Those lessons of emotional vulnerability are evident in her delicate soprano trill, as well as in the undisguised wear of the sultry voice of her later work, punctuated by her jazzy syncopation. 'Joni's got a strange sense of rhythm that's all her own,' Bob Dylan told Rolling Stone. Above all, Mitchell won't be boxed in. 'The way she phrases always serves the lyrics perfectly, and yet her phrasing can be different every time,' Hancock says. 'She's a fighter for freedom.' (Source: Rolling Stone Magazine)
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