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BREAD & ROSES FESTIVAL 1978 Limited Deluxe Vinyl LP

by Joni Mitchell

Release Date: 29 January 2016

Format: LP Vinyl

Label: LET THEM EAT VINYL

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JONI MITCHELL BREAD & ROSES FESTIVAL 1978 Limited Deluxe Vinyl LP

Overview:
The second annual Bread and Roses Festival of Music, held at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley over Labor Day weekend 1978, 2nd - 4th September , proved to be one of the most exciting musical events of the year. The three-day concert series was sponsored by singer Mimi Farina's Bread and Roses organization, which supported free live entertainment in Marin County hospitals, nursing homes and rehabilitation clinics. The highlight of the’78 festival was the appearance on the evening of Saturday 2nd by Joni Mitchell and Herbie Hancock. Joni had not performed in public since the Band's, Last Waltz in November of '76, and this show marked the first time she had teamed up with Hancock.

Featured Tracks:
SIDE A
1.Furry Sings the Blues (Live)
2.The Dry Cleaner from Des Moines (Saturday Night Version) [Live]
3.Introduction of Herbie Hancock (Live)
4.A Chair in the Sky (Live)
5.Goodbye Pork Pie Hat (Live)

SIDE B
6.The Wolf That Lives in Lindsey (Live)
7.The Dry Cleaner from Des Moines (Sunday Night Version) [Live]
8.The Circle Game (Live)
9.Radio Credits (Live)
10.Furry Sings the Blues (Showtime Coast to Coast 1987) [Live]
11.Hejira (Showtime Coast to Coast 1987) [Live]

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