The arrangements include holographs of musical scores of "Chelsea Morning," "I Don't Know Where I Stand," and "Who," arranged
for orchestra by Don Bogley. "Who" was released as "Rainy Night House."
Joni Mitchell is an influential singer and songwriter of folk and jazz. She was born Roberta Joan Anderson on Nov. 7, 1943
in Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada. She studied art at Alberta College and performed music while in school. When she dropped
out of college, she became a singer and songwriter. She won Grammy awards for Best Folk Performance (1969) and for Best Arrangement
Accompanying Vocalists (with Tom Scott, 1974). Mitchell first recorded “Chelsea Morning” and “I Don’t Know Where I Stand”
for her second album, Clouds. “Rainy Night House” appeared on her third album, Ladies of the Canyon.
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