- Performer:Joan Baez
- Title:Ballad Book, Vol. 2
- Style:Traditional Folk,Folk Revival,Political Folk
- Date of release:1990
- Size FLAC version1113 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1321 megabytes
- Size WMA version1468 megabytes
- Formats:AIFF AAC MPC WMA MMF AA
Joan Baez, Vol. 2 was Baez's second album. Released in 1961, the album, like her self-titled 1960 debut album, featured mostly traditional songs. The bluegrass band The Greenbriar Boys provided backup on two songs. Joan Baez, Vol. 2 peaked at on the Billboard album chart and was nominated for a Grammy for "Best Contemporary Folk Performance". The Vanguard reissue contains three unreleased tracks, "I Once Loved A Boy", "Poor Boy", and "Longest Train I Ever Saw".
Ballad Book, Vol. 2. Joan Baez. z/) (born January 9, 1941 as Joan Chandos Báez) is an American folk singer, songwriter, musician, and a prominent activist in the fields of human rights, peace, and environmental justice. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Ballad Book, Vol. 2 Album.
Producers Maynard Solomon. More Joan Baez albums. The First Lady Of Folk - 1958-1961. Show all albums by Joan Baez. Joan Baez (Debut Album) Plus Joan Baez, Vol. 2 & In Concert. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.
Joan Baez Vol. 2 (LP, Album, Mono). Joan Baez - The Trees They Do Grow High 2:57. Joan Baez - The Lily Of The West 3:22. Joan Baez - 05 - Engine 143 (Volume 2, 1961) 3:33. Joan Baez - Pal of Mine 2:48. Joan Baez Vol. 2 (Full Album - Vinyl Rip) 44:00.
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Taken en masse, the performances cement Baez's reputation as a premier interpreter of traditional song. Her signature sound is laid out here in all its simplicity: the haunting, crystalline soprano accompanied by sparse acoustic guitar. It is a pure sound, expertly applied to the tragic and idealistic tendencies packed inside the ballad form. Because the compilation is weighted exclusively towards the early folk songs, Joan Baez Ballad Book may not be the definitive Baez compilation
Joan Baez is the self-titled debut album by folk singer Joan Baez. The album was recorded in the summer of 1960 and released the same year . In 2001, Vanguard reissued Joan Baez with new liner notes and three previously unreleased songs. Between 2001 and 2005, they reissued remastered versions of Baez' thirteen original albums with the label. In 2014, Waxtime Records reissued Joan Baez with new liner notes and only two bonus tracks from earlier Baez sessions that were originally released in 1959 on the compilation LP Folksingers' Round Harvard Square. These two bonus tracks appear as, track 8 side 1 : O What a Beautiful City and Track 7, side 2; Black is the Color of my True Love's Hair.
1972 compilation album by Joan Baez. The Joan Baez Ballad Book. Compilation album by. Initially issued as a two-record set, the two records were subsequently re-released separately a few years later as "Volume 1" and "Volume 2". Cover painting was by folk musician and painter Eric Von Schmidt. Though Ballad Book has since been supplanted by the reissue of most of Baez' original Vanguard catalog, for a number of years, it remained the only source to obtain a number of these cuts, as most of her early Vanguard albums temporarily went out of print in the early 1980s.
The Contemporary Ballad Book, Vanguard (1974). The Joan Baez Lovesong Album, Vanguard (1976) POP. Best of Joan C. Baez, A&M (1977) POP. The Joan Baez Country Music Album (1979). Very Early Joan, Vanguard (1982). Joan Baez: Classics, A&M (1986). a b "American album certifications – Joan Baez – Joan Baez". Recording Industry Association of America. "British album certifications – Joan Baez – Joan Baez". British Phonographic Industry. Select albums in the Format field.
Joan Baez, Vol. Without a doubt, Baez's version of "Pal of Mine" is every bit as vibrant as when the Carters recorded it, though here given a more bluegrass sound by the banjo and backup vocal accompaniment of the Greenbriar Boys. this is an album that all fans of traditional folk music should seek ou. All songs traditional, except where noted.
CreditsJoan Baez - Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
John Jacob Niles - Composer
Maynard Solomon - Producer
Traditional - Composer
Eric Von Schmidt - Art Direction, Paintings
|1||Barbara Allen Traditional||Joan Baez||4:13|
|2||Jack-A-Roe Traditional||Joan Baez||2:57|
|3||John Riley||Joan Baez||3:50|
|4||Matty Groves Traditional||Joan Baez||7:18|
|5||Queen of Hearts Traditional||Joan Baez||2:15|
|6||Fennario Traditional||Joan Baez||3:40|
|7||Go 'Way from My Window John Jacob Niles / Traditional||Joan Baez||2:10|
|8||Railroad Boy Traditional||Joan Baez||2:36|
|9||Mary Hamilton Traditional||Joan Baez||5:54|
|10||Once I Had a Sweetheart Traditional||Joan Baez||2:57|
|11||Silver Dagger Traditional||Joan Baez||2:29|