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Joan Baez In Concert [Import]

Joan Baez Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (February 25, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Hallmark
  • ASIN: B00B5BX8DO
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,683 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Assembled from Joans nationwide tour of Autumn 1961 through to the Spring of 1962, Joan Baez In Concert showcased the wide variety of material that Joan featured in her show, ranging from gospel (Gospel Ship), blues (Babe Im Gonna Leave You), message songs (What have They Done To The Rain) to African traditional (Kumbaya) through to Brazilian love songs (Ate Amanha, which is sung in Portuguese throughout). It was Joans version of Babe Im Gonna Leave You that brought the song to Led Zeppelins attention, although their version would end up entirely different from Joans!

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JOAN BAEZ IN CONCERT-- Forty Minutes of Salvation in These Wretched Times

I bought this album at a drug store up by Lake Delta near Rome, New York just after it came out, I think, around 1962 or 3... and took it off to Syracuse U with me my freshman year, and promptly played it 3,521 times... along with her other albums, while also purchasing Lead Belly's LAST SESSIONS and other vinyls of his...

but it is not until February 2014 that I now have Lead Belly and Joan Baez playing at 70 decibles in my convertible as I drive through the wind torn drifts of our writhing planet in its death throes ... these brilliant performers... among the most honest of all folk singers.. with totally distinctive styles... supply these fools we are, and guilty fools at that, some words and postures that might comfort us as we turn our heads in the direction of the end of days as we know it...

with the likes of early Baez and everything by Phil Ochs and the great joy of Lead Belly (my son and I remark how though he was a slave and murderer-- and a black man in an era of incredible racial hatred, his songs are all of joyous things, even his "blues" which we would now send him to the medicine men for Prozak or Paxil to cure)-- songs about the ony things white people like you and me could not take away from blacks-- the sun, the wind, the rain, farm animals, and their inexhaustible optimism, and fellowship with fellow victims of white hatred, Lead Belly's innate rhythmic genius and infinite resourcefulness, and Joan Baez's full acceptance not only of the majesty and mystery of the Childe ballads... but also of the innate inequities of American culture,
should we dare to term it so!?
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5.0 out of 5 stars For Baez aficionados January 12, 2014
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This is classic early Baez or, what some refer to as "The Vanguard Years". These are recordings from August 1962 and November 1963 and Baez is clearly on form here, both voice and guitar. This makes a nice companion CD to the early studio recordings.
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