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How Sweet The Sound features interviews with David Crosby, Bob Dylan, the Reverend Jesse Jackson, Roger McGuinn and others, as well as a candid conversation between Joan and ex-husband David Harris. The film is rich is historic archival material including footage of Baez' controversial visit to North Vietnam, Martin Luther King Jr. outside a California prison, where he visited Joan to offer his support after she was jailed for protesting the draft during the Vietnam War, and never-before-seen film of Joan as a teenager performing at Club 47 in Cambridge, where her career was launched in 1958.
"Joan Baez: How Sweet The Sound" Original Soundtrack includes material spanning Joan's career, including many rare, previously unreleased performances.
1. Man Smart Woman Smarter
2. I Never Will Marry
3. Barbara Allen
4. Silver Dagger
6. Oh Freedom
7. With God On Our Side
8. A Song for David
9. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
10. I Pity The Poor Immigrant (Duet w/ Bob Dylan)
11.Carry It On
12.Diamonds & Rust
13.Love Song To A Stranger
14.Day After Tomorrow
"Joan Baez: How Sweet The Sound" movie
Also includes: Conversations with:
Bill Fegan and Bishop Earnest Palmer
Wonderful - after going to Joan's concert here, I was keen to learn more of her life. This video is very interesting, and the music is excellent.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
I have been a fan of Joan Baez since my teenage years. I felt this documentary was really well done, we all enjoyed watching it. I especially liked the bonus interview segments.Published 8 months ago by Monica
his is a total treat - Seeing her the way I saw her years ago and recently - what a treat.Published 8 months ago by alecia
SHE'S A HIPPIE FROM THE SIXTIES WITH A HORRIBLE VOICE WHO CAN'T PLAY A GUITAR.
WHY DO PEOPLE BUY OR LISTEN TO THIS RUBBISH.
BIG INFLUENCE ON MY BLOODY VALENTINE
My best friend and I have been "Joanie FANS" since 1963. We sat down and watched this together and it was a touch of nostalgia! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Skippyrosa Mardon
As an old folk singer I could not resist. Good memories! I was fortunate enough to be in the Bay Area in the 60s. Through fame and infamy, Joan was there. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Thomas Howen