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|Song by Joni Mitchell from the album Hejira|
|Recorded||1976 in A&M Studios, Hollywood|
|Genre||Jazz fusion, folk jazz|
|Hejira track listing|
"Hejira" is the title track from Joni Mitchell's 1976 album. It is the fifth track on the album (the last song on Side One of the original vinyl LP), and the second of four tracks on Hejira which fretless bassist Jaco Pastorius plays on.
The track itself features a distinctive open tuning, C-G-D-F-G-C, which allows Joni to play her unorthodox chord voicings and distinctive fingerpicking pattern.
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