The music offered on this album shows the obscure side of Joni Mitchell. Her voice has changed, it gives this cd a dark edge. Turbulent Indigo marks the stunning return of her acoustic guitar to center stage, something that misses in her 80s work. By centerfold20(New York, USA).
Turbulent Indigo is kind of a hybrid album. There are "Joni chords" from the early period; prominent bass from the Hejira era; the flowing, mellifluous, and provocative poetry that has marked her entire career; jazzy inflections from Court and Spark and Mingus; and, throughout, there's that characteristic atmosphere that identifies this artist five seconds after a song starts/5(93).
Aug 17, · On Mitchell’s first three albums, Joni Mitchell (), Clouds (), and Ladies of the Canyon (), conventional open tunings coexist with other tunings that stake out some new territory. “Both Sides, Now” (capo II) and “Big Yellow Taxi,” for instance, are in open E (E B E G# B E—the same as open D but a whole step higher); and “The Circle Game” (capo IV) and “Marcie.
Aug 21, · referencing Turbulent Indigo, CD, Album, Sli, 9 An incredible album that ranks right up there with Hejira, Blue, Court and Spark and Hissing among others. Severely needs the vinyl treatment/5().