Hejira

Hejira” was the eighth studio album by Joni Mitchell released in November of 1976 by Asylum. The album was the follow up to her hit “The Hissing of Summer Lawns“. The cover of the album was photographed by Norman Seeff on Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin soon after an ice storm.

Tracks:

Side One:
Coyote
Amelia
Furry Sings the Blues
A Strange Boy
Hejira

Side Two:
Song for Sharon
Black Crow
Blue Motel Room
Refuge of the Roads

Personnel:

Joni Mitchell – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitars
Chuck Findley, Tom Scott – horns
Abe Most – clarinet
Neil Young – harmonica
Victor Feldman – vibraphone
Larry Carlton – electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Max Bennett – bass guitar
Jaco Pastorius – fretless bass
Chuck Domanico – double bass
John Guerin – drums
Bobbye Hall – percussion

Lake Mendota
Madison WI