More than a decade has now passed since April 1995, when Joan Baez and her guests took over the Bottom Line cabaret in the heart of New York's Greenwich Village for the recording of Ring Them Bells, a watershed event in post-modern folk music. This is an expanded edition double-CD: 90 minutes vs. the original single CD's 64 minutes. The original's 15 tracks have now been upped to 21 tracks the additional six of which are previously unreleased more accurately reflecting the sequence of the recording over the course of two nights, with two sets each night. Added in are three additional performances by Joan (Love Song To A Stranger, Geordie, You Ain't Goin' Nowhere), a second duet with Tish Hinojosa (Gracias A La Vida), a second duet with Indigo Girls (The Water Is Wide), and a second duet with Mary Chapin Carpenter (Stones In The Road). Disc One: The Lily Of The West / Love Song To A Stranger / Sweet Sir Galahad / And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda / Willie Moore (with Kate and Anna McGarrigle) / Swallow Song (with Mimi Farina) / Don't Make Promises / Jesse (with Janis Ian) / Ring Them Bells (with Mary Black) / Welcome Me. Disc Two: Geordie / You Ain't Goin' Nowhere / Suzanne / You're Aging Well (with Dar Williams) / Pajarillo Barranqueno (with Tish Hinojosa) / Gracias A La Vida (with Tish Hinojosa) / The Water Is Wide (with Indigo Girls) / Don't Think Twice It's Alright (with Indigo Girls) / Stones In The Road (with Mary Chapin Carpenter) / Diamonds & Rust (with Mary Chapin Carpenter) / The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down.