At the time of it's release, Joan Baez's debut album was something of a revelation. The folk music revival was beginning to gather steam, stoked on the popular side by artists such as the Kingston Trio and the Easy Riders, as well as up-and-coming ensembles such as the Highwaymen, and on the more intense and serious side by the Weavers. And then along comes this album, by a 19-year-old displaying a voice from heaven, a soprano so pure and beguiling that the mere act of listening to her - forget what she was singing - was a pleasure. Baez's first album, made up primarily of traditional songs (including a startling version of "House of the Rising Sun"), was beguiling enough to woo even conservative-leaning listeners. 180 gram vinyl.
Fare Thee Well (10,000 Miles)
House of the Rising Sun
All My Trails
Rake and Rambling Boy
Preso Numero Nueve
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