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Joan Baez|BD Music Presents Joan Baez

BD Music Presents Joan Baez

Joan Baez

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A direct descendant of founders Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger, Joan Baez will forever remain the queen of sixties protest folk, an icon, even. Against the backdrop of the civil rights struggle and the Vietnam War, this daughter of a Mexican father and a Scottish mother gradually moved away from the artistic preoccupations of her ex, Bob Dylan, to throw herself into the struggle, joining the ranks of organisations like Amnesty International. But all her political commitments would never strip the poetry from her music.  And even when she does revisit her teachers (Dylan, Guthrie, Donovan), the otherworldly beauty of her voice intoxicates the listener. Later, as she changed with the times, Joan Baez would sometimes drop her pure folk sound to beef up her instrumentation... Human rights, LGBT causes, the fight against the death penalty and the fight for the environment were all causes which she tenaciously carried throughout the four magnificent albums which are collected here: Folk Singers ‘Round Harvard Square (1959) with Bill Wood and Ted Alevizos, Joan Baez (1960), Joan Baez Vol. 2 (1961) and the live recording, Joan Baez in Concert (1962). This striking snapshot of an era resonates today with the same intensity. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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Joan Baez

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1
The Banks of the Ohio
00:02:37

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

2
O What a Beautiful City
00:03:19

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

3
Sail Away Ladies
00:02:46

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

4
Black Is the Color of My True Love Hair
00:02:41

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

5
Lowlands
00:02:48

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

6
What You Gonna Call Your Pretty Little Baby
00:02:29

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

7
Kitty (feat. Bill Wood)
00:02:01

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Bill Wood, Composer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

8
So Soon in the Morning
00:02:08

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

9
Carless Love
00:02:12

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

10
Don’t Weep After Me (feat. Bill Wood & Ted Alevizos)
00:02:47

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Bill Wood, Composer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

11
Silver Dagger
00:02:31

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

12
East Virginia
00:03:41

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

13
Fare Thee Well (10.000 Miles)
00:03:19

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

14
House of the Rising Sun
00:02:54

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

15
All My Trials
00:04:34

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

16
Wildwood Flower
00:02:36

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

17
Donna Donna
00:03:11

Joan Baez, Performer - Aaron Zeitlin, Composer - Sholom Secunda, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

18
John Riley
00:03:50

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

19
Rake and Rambling Boy
00:01:58

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

20
Little Moses
00:03:28

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

21
Mary Hamilton
00:05:54

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

22
Henry Martin
00:04:11

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

23
El Preso Nùmero Nueve
00:02:47

Joan Baez, Performer - Roberto Cantoral, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

DISC 2

1
Wagoner’s Lad
00:02:15

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

2
The Trees They Do Grow High
00:03:00

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

3
The Lily of the West
00:03:22

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

4
Engine 143
00:03:32

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

5
Once I Knew a Pretty Girl
00:02:56

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

6
Lonesome Road
00:02:23

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

7
Pal of Mine
00:02:51

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

8
Barbara Allen
00:04:17

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

9
The Cherry Tree Carol
00:03:31

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

10
Old Blue
00:02:36

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

11
Railroad Boy
00:02:30

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

12
Plaisir d’amour
00:03:10

Joan Baez, Performer - Jean-paul Martini, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

13
Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You (Live)
00:03:13

Joan Baez, Performer - Anne Bredon, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

14
Geordie (Live)
00:03:38

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

15
Copper Kettle (Live)
00:02:44

Joan Baez, Performer - Albert Frederik Beddoe, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

16
Kumbaya (Live)
00:03:34

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

17
What Have they Done to the Rain ? (Live)
00:02:50

Joan Baez, Performer - Malvina Reynolds, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

18
Gospel Ship (When We’re Traveling Through the Air) [Live]
00:03:01

Joan Baez, Performer - Herbert Buffum, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

19
The House Carpenter (Live)
00:05:22

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

20
Pretty Boy Floyd (Live)
00:04:43

Joan Baez, Performer - Woody Guthrie, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

21
Lady Mary (Live)
00:02:52

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

22
Até Amanhã (Live)
00:02:28

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

23
Matty Groves (Live)
00:07:29

Joan Baez, Composer, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2015 BDMusic 2015 BDMusic

Album Description

A direct descendant of founders Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger, Joan Baez will forever remain the queen of sixties protest folk, an icon, even. Against the backdrop of the civil rights struggle and the Vietnam War, this daughter of a Mexican father and a Scottish mother gradually moved away from the artistic preoccupations of her ex, Bob Dylan, to throw herself into the struggle, joining the ranks of organisations like Amnesty International. But all her political commitments would never strip the poetry from her music.  And even when she does revisit her teachers (Dylan, Guthrie, Donovan), the otherworldly beauty of her voice intoxicates the listener. Later, as she changed with the times, Joan Baez would sometimes drop her pure folk sound to beef up her instrumentation... Human rights, LGBT causes, the fight against the death penalty and the fight for the environment were all causes which she tenaciously carried throughout the four magnificent albums which are collected here: Folk Singers ‘Round Harvard Square (1959) with Bill Wood and Ted Alevizos, Joan Baez (1960), Joan Baez Vol. 2 (1961) and the live recording, Joan Baez in Concert (1962). This striking snapshot of an era resonates today with the same intensity. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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