Refuge Of The Roads

2nd October. By admin. Posted in Classical.

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  1. Derived from live performances but also built visually on inserted archival and symbolic footage, Refuge of the Roads is a compelling hybrid, capturing Mitchell and her band at their best on-stage, intercut on some songs with material intended to highlight some aspect of the meaning behind the song.9/ Reply
  2. Joni Mitchell - Refuge of the Road (DVD, ) The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable).1/5(1). Reply
  3. Joni Mitchell – Refuge Of The Roads Lyrics. from album: Hejira () I met a friend of spirit. He drank and womanized. And I sat before his sanity. I was holding back from crying. He saw my complications. And he mirrored me back simplified. And we laughed how our perfection. Reply
  4. Refuge of the Roads is a Joni Mitchell concert. Ms. Mitchell serves as singer, songwriter, guitar player, piano player, as well as the director of this film. An interesting combination of home movies/on the road documentary footage and concert footage. The actual songs have a very 's rock sound to them and feature other players as well as Joni Mitchell/10(2). Reply
  5. Aug 24,  · Nearly 15 years after its initial release on VHS, Joni Mitchell s critically acclaimed Refuge Of The Roads concert film is available on DVD. This legendary show, filmed on a soundstage at the end of a successful tour, is highlighted by her version of "Woodstock" (a hit for Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young), "For Free" and "Raised On Robbery," as well as clips from intimate /5(32). Reply
  6. Refuge of the Roads Lyrics: I met a friend of spirit / He drank and womanized / And I sat before his sanity / I was holding back from crying / He saw my complications / And he mirrored me back. Reply
  7. General CommentTo me, this is the ultimate road trip song. It's essentially about a person who society disturbs and who disturbs society as well. As a result, she has this semi-desperate need to travel, and she finds, well, refuge in the roads. It's that simple.5/5(1). Reply
  8. Refuge Of The Roads has been recorded by 9 other artists Ahunchain, Felipe (from "Each So Deep And Superficial " - ) Chappell Kingsland (from "this 'n' that" -) Davis, Melvin Lee (from "Genre: Music Chapter 2 (Joni)" - ) Light Blue Movers (from "Atlas" - ) Refuge Trio (from "Refuge. Reply
  9. BASS by Joni Mitchell. Reply

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