Free Download: Joan Baez – Very Early Joan   [iTunes Plus AAC M4A]

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Free Download: Joan Baez - Very Early Joan   [iTunes Plus AAC M4A]

01 Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream
02 Willie Moore
03 Shes A Trouble Maker
04 Tears In My Eyes
05 Somebody Got Lost In A Storm
06 The Water Is Wide
07 Man Of Constant Sorrow
08 Freight Train
09 Lady Gay
10 Johnny Cuckoo
11 Lonesome Valley
12 Riddle Song
13 Railroad Bill
14 Little Darlin’
15 In The Pines
16 Pilgrim Of Sorrow
17 Where Have All The Flower
18 Rambler Gambler
19 Come All Ye Fair & Tender Maidens
20 Hallowed Be Thy Name
21 Twelve Gates To The City
22 Silver Dagger

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Free Download the iTunes Plus AAC M4A album titled Joan Baez – Very Early Joan

Joan Baez’s distinctive voice served as a beacon amid the dramatic social upheaval of the ’60s. Born in New York in 1941, Baez was a rising star in the folk-revival boom—a singer who swiftly earned a reputation as a master interpreter, reinvigorating finger-picking standards like “House of the Rising Sun” with a haunted sense of melancholy and bracing vocal trills that successors like Joni Mitchell would eagerly adopt. She was also instrumental in bringing the songs of a young Bob Dylan to a wider audience, amplifying the graceful melodicism in tunes like “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” that often gets overshadowed by his voice’s characteristic grit. Through her vocal advocacy of social justice, Baez became a countercultural icon without ever pandering to rock audiences, resolutely performing her set at Woodstock in a solo acoustic setup. And from the ’70s on, that fearlessness has manifested itself in increasingly eclectic records; Baez moved between country music, Spanish folk, and even sound collage, while also writing bittersweet ballads like 1975’s “Diamonds and Rust.” In the 21st century, her exploratory instincts have led her to cover the songs of modern-day outlaws like Steve Earle and Ryan Adams, reinforcing the spiritual connection among generations of roots radicals.

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