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  1. Baez, Joan - Joan Baez In Concert: Babe I'm Gonna Leave You, Black Is The Color, Kumbaya, Copper Kettle (Vinyl STEREO LP record) - EX8/EX8 - LP Records Price Your Price: $
  2. This is a label variation of this version: the colour setting differs and has ℗ printed at the bottom rim of the label, where the version submitted here doesn't [see and compare images]. The subtitle on the labels reads: Joan Baez Featuring Bill Wood And Ted Alevizos. The .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of In Concert on Discogs.
  4. Joan Baez isn't the best interpreter of Bob Dylan's songs (Nina Simone and the Byrds come to mind). She has, however, been one of his most unwavering partisans. Indeed, the queen of JFK-era folkies first recorded Dylan songs in when she was the more celebrated of the two and she's repeatedly returned to him as a source of material/5(86).
  5. Baez, Joan, edited by Maynard Solomon, introduction by John M. Conly American Ballads and Folk Songs from the Joan Baez Songbook: arrangements for voice & piano, complete chords for guitarist [nach diesem Titel suchen] NY Ryerson Music Pubs ().,
  6. Joan Baez by Joan Baez (Vinyl, Jun, Wax Time) $ New. $ Used. Sings the Rodgers and Hart Song Book by Ella Fitzgerald (Vinyl, May, Wax Time) $ New. Bob Dylan and The Folk Movement IMPORT g 2lp Black Vinyl Gatefold. $ New. Joan Baez Self Titled Debut Album g Limited Edition Colored Vinyl LP. 5 out of 5.
  7. `Joan Baez in Concert Parts 1 and 2' may have been the very first Joan Baez albums I heard, back in , just a few months after having gotten my spiffy new portable record player for my small bedroom, and at least a year before I took to the Beatles and at least three years before I took to Bob Dylan/5(11).
  8. Joan Baez's first album was released in and it was a revelation. Here was an angelic-looking, dark-haired year-old singing ancient songs, most of them drawn from the Child Ballads, a set of numbered ballads from England and Scotland (and several American variants) collected by Francis James Child in the late 19th century, with a soprano voice so pure and mesmerizing that it.

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