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  1. Mitchell spent most of 1973 in the recording studio creating Court and Spark. Mitchell and engineer Henry Lewy called in a number of top L.A. musicians to perform on the album including members of the Crusaders , Tom Scott's L.A. Express , cameos from Robbie Robertson , David Crosby and Graham Nash and even a twist of comedy from ...

  2. 5 de mar. de 2024 · “Raised on Robbery” departs from the jazzier elements of Court and Spark as a swinging 1950s-style rock ‘n’ roll number driven by Robbie Robertsons guitar playing. Car on the Hill

  3. 17 de ene. de 2024 · The song strikes one of Court And Sparks lighter moods, with guitar from Robbie Robertson and a memorable saxophone solo courtesy of Tom Scott. Trouble Child In 1973, Mitchell tried therapy.

  4. 18 de ene. de 2024 · Joni Mitchell Court and Spark, Asylum Records 1974. Not that there weren’t non-jazzers on the album: The Band’s Robbie Robertson unleashes a fiery guitar solo on the first single, “Raised on Robbery,” and David Crosby and Graham Nash contribute some harmony vocals.

  5. The year 1973 was relatively quiet for Joni Mitchell, at least as far as the public eye was concerned. She only performed a few times, once at a benefit concert, then a few shows with Neil Young; indeed, much of 1973 would be spent in the studio, finding the right musicians and the right metier for the songs that would make up her next album, 1974's Court And Spark.

  6. 23 de ago. de 2014 · “Raised on Robbery” is a straight-forward, true rocker, which was released as the lead single ahead of the album in December 1973. This outright rock tune was emblematic of Mitchell’s new musical direction and features The Band’s Robbie Robertson on lead guitar.

  7. 15 de ene. de 2024 · Robbie Robertson plays electric guitar and Joe Sample, co-founder of The Crusaders along with Felder, plays electric piano and clavinet. It has a boogie groove broken down by more saxophone. Joni slides her voice up and down, her imagination filling in the conversation of the two players of the song.