|1. Farewell, Angelina|
|2. Daddy, You Been On My Mind|
|3. Itís All Over Now, Baby Blue|
|4. The Wild Mountain Thyme|
|5. Rangerís Command|
|7. Satisfied Mind|
|8. The River In The Pines|
|9. Pauvre Ruteboeuf|
|10. Sagt Mir Wo Die Blumen Sind|
|11. A Hard Rainís A-Gonna Fall|
|12. One Too Many Mornings|
|13. Rock Salt And Nails|
|14. The Water Is Wide|
It is interesting that this kind of music flourished alongside the fast permutations of rock in that innovative decade. This album has always been a sheer pleasure to listen to, and now even more so with the addition of three tracks, of which I like One Too Many Mornings the most.
My other favourites include the magnificent Farewell Angelina, Colours, Satisfied Mind, the German version of Where Have All The Flowers Gone? and A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall. In fact this album is more varied and enjoyable than some of her later "art-song" excursions of the 1980s and early 1990s. If you're looking for great songs well-interpreted, you cannot go wrong with this album. It's a folk classic.
There is little I can add to reviews of the original CD - it is of such high and consistent quality that it is actually difficult to pick favourite tracks - the variety of sources (Dylan/Trad./Guthrie/Donovan among others) is a particlur strength.
One of the 3 extra tracks (all recorded at the 'Farewell, Angelina' sessions) is an oustanding early version of Bruce Phillips' 'Rock, Salt and Nails' (a later version appeared on David's Album). Joan's voice is beautifully complemented by superb instrumentals - Langhorne on electric guitar and Rinzler on mandolin.
If you are thinking of replacing some of your old vinyls, or just fancy a fairly early Baez CD, then you can't go wrong with this one.
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