Joan Baez, The Debut Album LP (180gm, Limited Edition, Red Vinyl)
One of the most accomplished folksingers of the Sixties, Joan Baez was an instrumental figure in the decade’s civil rights movement. Possessing an operatic soprano voice with a strong vibrato, she crossed over from folk to rock and country while maintaining a politically charged message. Presented here is Baez’s self-titled debut LP, originally released in October 1960 by the Vanguard label. The album went gold and stayed in the bestseller charts for over two years. It contains the definitive versions of 13 traditional songs, some of them children’s ballads. 180-gram Limited Edition. The Complete Album + 2 Bonus Tracks.
FARE THEE WELL (TEN THOUSAND MILES)
HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN
ALL MY TRIALS
O WHAT A BEAUTIFUL CITY
RAKE AND RAMBLING BOY
EL PRESO N?MERO NUEVE
BLACK IS THE COLOR OF MY TRUE LOVE’S HAIR
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