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In Concert Vol.1

Joan Baez (ジョーン・バエズ)

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カタログNo
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9020498641
組み枚数
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1
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1962
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CD
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Joan Baez(Guitar),  Captain Jeff Zaraya(Engineer),  Joan Baez(Arranger),  John Jacob Niles(Arranger),  Maynard Solomon(Producer),  Albert Frank Bedoe(Composer),  Arthur Levy(Liner Notes),  Arthur S. Alberts(Composer),  David Gahr(Cover Photo),  Jacob Browne(Composer),  Jimmy Page(Composer),  Jules Halfant(Art Direction),  Maynard Solomon(Liner Notes),  Norman Moore(Art Direction),  Norman Moore(Design),  Otto Zucker(Composer),  Robert Plant(Composer),  John Jacob Niles(Adaptation),  Mark Spector(Reissue Producer),  Georgette Cartwright(Creative Services Coordinator)

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Joan Baez in Concert, Pt. 1, Baezs third widely distributed album, marked the apex of her success and influence as a traditional folksinger, her repertoire still almost wholly comprised of traditional folk songs delivered with only her own guitar as accompaniment. Actually recorded at various concerts, the album was phenomenal success, reaching the Top Ten and staying in the Top 40 for more than a year. Many folk albums of the era, not just Baez's, had a consciously eclectic span of traditional material from numerous sources, but Baez was more skilled than anyone in getting such a diverse mix to such a wide audience. And many musicians undoubtedly learned these songs from the Baez interpretations on this album, foremost among them Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You, done not just by other folkys, but eventually by Led Zeppelin. House Carpenter, Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair, Kumbaya, Matty Groves, and Geordie were also staples of many a folk set, and were rendered by Baez with stark, somber dignity. Amongst the child ballads and such were somewhat less expected choices: the Brazilian love song Ate Amanha, Woody Guthrie's Pretty Boy Floyd, and the first recording of Malvina Reynolds' classic nuclear danger warning What Have They Done to the Rain (later a pop hit for the Searchers). The Reynolds cover might have been the real milepost on the album, as over her next few albums Baez would slide her focus from traditional folk to songs by contemporary writers. The 2002 CD reissue is an excellent package with extensive new liner notes, adding a previously unreleased song from a 1961 concert (My Lord What a Morning) and two songs from the same era from Very Early Joan Baez (Streets of Laredo and My Good Old Man) that were previously unavailable on CD. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi

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  • 01. Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You (03:12)
  • 02. Geordie (03:37)
  • 03. Copper Kettle (02:44)
  • 04. Kumbaya (03:33)
  • 05. What Have They Done to the Rain (02:55)
  • 06. Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair (02:49)
  • 07. Danger Waters (03:38)
  • 08. Gospel Ship (03:00)
  • 09. House Carpenter (05:22)
  • 10. Pretty Boy Floyd (04:42)
  • 11. Lady Mary (02:51)
  • 12. Ate Amanha (02:30)
  • 13. Matty Groves (07:26)
  • 14. Streets of Laredo (02:40)
  • 15. My Good Old Man (03:23)
  • 16. My Lord What a Morning (03:59)

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Joan Baez

The most accomplished interpretive folksinger of the 1960s, Joan Baez has influenced nearly every aspect of popular music in a career still going strong. Baez is possessed of a once-in-a-lifetime soprano, which, since the late '50s, she has put in the service of folk and pop music as well as a variety of political causes. Starting out in Boston, Baez first gained recognition at the 1959 Newport Fo

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