Joni Mitchell's Guitar

from A303 by Greg Hancock

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A tribute to Joni Mitchell - not only a great songwriter and singer, but also one of the most influential and innovative guitarists.


Joni Mitchell’s Guitar

White lines on the road keeping travellers apart – moving two directions
Some have maps – others are just following their heart.
There are lines in my life radiating from one place
Where I keep returning just to find out that I still need to escape.
“The Wolf That Lives In Lindsey” is playing in my car
And the crazy chain of chords reminds me of places near and far
Where I’ve lived and loved, to the background of
Joni Mitchell’s guitar.

Shining lines of atoms linking up to sing
While fingers press and pluck and slide up and down those strings
Like the lines in your hand – some say they can read the plot
Looking forwards to the future and back to things that even time forgot.
Marlene, under Foster-Grants, still shimmers into life
As steel and vocal chords combine to cut through like a surgeon’s knife
That heals – but leaves a scar.
Joni Mitchell’s guitar.

Don Juan’s reckless daughter wished for wings to fly over this raging water
But this time the river is too wide.
And we’ve all heard the last of
Joni Mitchell’s guitar.


from A303, released September 1, 2017
Guitar and vocal ; Greg Hancock
Viola : Sharon Lazibyrd
Bass : John Gallagher

recorded at Rapunzel Studios and Valvetastic Studios
mixed and mastered by George Arnold at Rapunzel Studios


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Singer/songwriter and guitarist based in Devon, England.

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