Edith And The Kingpin
is a jazz ballad, written by Joni Mitchell and released on her album „The Hissing of Summer Lawns“ in 1975. Tina Turner recorded the song in 2007 for the tribute album River (The Joni Letters) form Herbie Hancock, which is until today the only jazz song from Tina.
Writer: Joni Mitchell
Producer: Larry Klein, Herbie Hancock
Album: River (The Joni Letters) (2007)
- Edith And The Kingpin 6:32
From the album 'River (The Joni Letters)'
- Edith And The Kingpin (Edit) 3:55
From the promo release
Produced and Arranged by Larry Klein and Herbie Hancock / Executive producer Dahlia Ambach Caplin / Engineered and mixed by Helik Hadar Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City and Ocean Way Recording, Hollywood / Assistant engineers Brian Montgomery, Justin Gerrish (Avatar) and Wesley Seidman (Ocean Way) / Tina Turner's vocal recorded by Helik Hadar at NJP Tonstudio, Zurich, Switzerland / Mixed at Market Street, Santa Monica / Mastered by Bernie Grundman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood