Category: Soft Rock

4 Replies to “ The Greenwood Side - Joan Baez - Joan (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Dec 01,  · In , an unauthorized reissue of the album was released on Squire Records as The Best of Joan Baez (minus the four tracks that did not contain Baez' vocals), but was withdrawn after Baez Missing: The Greenwood Side.
  2. Originally released on vinyl as a two-record set, the CD reissue consolidated the album onto a single disc, omitting five songs. The cover photo was taken by rock photographer Jim Marshall. Inside the original gatefold album on the original vinyl release was a Missing: The Greenwood Side.
  3. In tribute to her folk roots, "The Greenwood Side" should satisfy those more traditional fans of Ms. Baez. She sings this track accompanied by her guitar. It is the Joan Baez with which many of her earliest fans are most familiar. At nearly eight minutes in length it is, by far, the longest track on the cd and simply glorious/5(20).
  4. Joan was very much an album of its time in terms of its sound and production, more so than any other album that Joan Baez ever recorded. In , rock, folk, folk-rock, and pop all seemed to be headed in new and ever-more-ornate directions, and Joan was a response to that change and, not coincidentally, is also the most self-consciously beautiful record that Baez ever cut.

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