The song originally appeared on Mitchell’s iconic 1971 album Blue.
Featuring rare material, such as her first original demo of her career, “Day After Day”.
Mitchell’s recovery over the last five years has been a “battle.”
“I didn’t know whether it was a good song or a bad song,” said Mitchell. “It was just the first one that came out.”
Rolling Stone’s original list had just 12 artists of color and three women among its top 50 albums.
The series kicks off with next month’s Vol. 1: The Early Years (1963-1967).
The UK crooner also offers a new album update.
The talented singer-songwriter and actress shares her life’s trials and joys.
He also covered Joni Mitchell and Bill Withers.
To celebrate the new season of The Opus: Bridge Over Troubled Water.
Former One Directioner recently released solo album Fine Line.
The unexpected collaboration appears on a new charity album called Got It Covered.