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Colours - Joan Baez - Farewell, Angelina (CD)


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  1. Farewell, Angelina is the first Joan Baez album I have ever bought, after hearing her version of "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" while in a record store on a holiday. Although the cover of the recent CD issue is so like that of Laura Nyro's best albums that one does not even know who copied whom, the music on Farewell, Angelina is a most refreshing treat.
  2. Farewell, Angelina, an album by Joan Baez on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Colours Joan Baez. Album Farewell, Angelina. Farewell, Angelina Joan Baez. 1. Farewell, Angelina 2. Daddy, You Been on My Mind 3. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue.
  4. These two albums were probably the most important recordings Joan Baez made during the s. In the scope of what they tried to achieve and in Joan's ability to stamp her authority on this material, Joan Baez 5 and subsequent album release Farewell Angelina surpassed all her earlier work.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Farewell, Angelina on Discogs/5(6).
  6. Joan does what only Joan can do, she sings old ballads, like "River in the Pines" along side her loving renditions of Dylan songs like "Farewell Angelina" and "A Hard Rains Gonna Fall". And it works. It works so well that the album is a must have if you want to understand the crossroads at which we all stood when the story of a generation was.
  7. Song information for Colours - Joan Baez on AllMusic. Song information for Colours - Joan Baez on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Joan Baez. Farewell, Angelina. Vanguard: Joan Baez. Baptism. Vanguard: .
  8. Farewell, Angelina, the sky is changing color, I'll see you in a while See the cross-eyed pirates sitting perched in the sun Shooting tin cans with a sawed-off shotgun And the neighbors they clap and they cheer with each blast But farewell, Angelina, the sky's changing color and I must leave fast King Kong, little elves on the rooftops they dance.
  9. Joan Baez's November album Farewell, Angelina was her first to feature electric guitar from none other than Bruce Langhorne, who accompanied Dylan (and is considered to be "Mr. Tambourine Man"). The work is tasteful, but it does represent a key break from the traditional folk stylings of Baez.

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