A day prior to the 50th commemoration of Blue, Joni Mitchell has uncovered an advanced EP of outtakes and demos. The feature of the five-track EP is "Tracker," an outtake that was just delivered on the live collection Amchitka, the 1970 Vancouver Greenpeace advantage Mitchell performed with James Taylor. Notwithstanding the profound cut, the EP additionally contains substitute takes of "Waterway" and "Desire for Going," just as demos for "California" and "A Case of You," the last of which includes marginally various verses. The Blue 50 (Demos and Outtakes) EP will go with the enormous box set Joni Mitchell Archives Vol. 2: The Reprise Years (1968 To 1971), out October 29th. (It varies from Mitchell's reissues of her initial four collections, which shows up on Friday.) The new assortment incorporates unreleased jewels like 1969's "Jesus" and a 1968 set at Le Hibou Coffee House in Ottawa, Ontario, broadly recorded by Jimi Hendrix in participation. The crate set is accessible as a five-CD set or a 10-LP assortment restricted to 4,000 duplicates, with her 1969 Carnegie Hall debut likewise sold as a different three-LP set. Like the main portion of her Archives, the liner notes highlight a meeting with Cameron Crowe.