Joni Mitchell – A Case Of You (Live London 1983)

written & produced by Joni Mitchell | from the album Blue (1971) | live version from Wembley Arena, London (1983) | additional audio/video post-production by sonicboy19 |
When you cover a song by Joni Mitchell, especially a Case of you, you must study the original. To return to the original studio recording from the seminal album, Blue is critical. Do you remember the first time you listened to this song on this incredible album, Blue? No song conveys the emotion of deep love like this one does.

Joni Mitchell – A Case of You (Official Audio)

Welcome to the official YouTube channel of Joni Mitchell, whose songs “River,” “Both Sides Now,” “California,” and albums ‘Clouds,’ ‘Ladies of the Canyon’ and ‘Blue’ compose only a fragment of a multi-disciplinary artistic output that has been embraced across generations, inspired multitudes of artists, and earned every conceivable accolade.

One of the world’s most remarkable and beloved artists, Mitchell has influenced musicians across a vast cross-section of genres with her ethereal songs that reflect social and environmental ideals. The prolific singer-songwriter-painter-poet has not only written and produced her music, but also designed most of her album covers and packaging. A journey into Joni Mitchell’s artistry is one of a highly original, harmonically innovative, and emotionally charged, familiar yet fresh adventure.
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A Case Of You (2021 Remaster)
Joni Mitchell
A Case Of You
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A Case of you, Joni Mitchell and cover by Brandi Carlile


A Case of You

The early ’70s were a golden era for singer/songwriter albums, but few reached the sublime heights of Blue. Even by Mitchell’s stratospheric standards, this was an extraordinarily soul-baring work—from the head-over-heels joy of “All I Want” to the crushing yearning of “River.” Accompanied by spare textures of acoustic guitar, piano, and dulcimer, Mitchell’s voice soars to feathery highs and somber lows, crafting vignettes of restless love and lingering heartache. Years after its release, Mitchell’s captivating masterpiece still gives us chills.