Joan Baez – Farewell, Angelina to be Reissued on Vinyl for Record Store Day

Joan Baez - Farewell Angelina

Joan Baez – Farewell, Angelina
LP

Newly re-mastered from the original tapes, this 1965 album features four Bob Dylan tunes as well as songs by Donovan, and Woody Guthrie.  This was her first album to feature electric guitar and features a cover photograph taken by Richard Avedon.

Tracks:

“Farewell, Angelina”

“Daddy, You’ve Been on My Mind”

“It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue”

“The Wild Mountain Thyme”

“Ranger’s Command”

“Colours”

“Satisfied Mind”

“The River in the Pines”

“Pauvre Ruteboeuf”

“Sagt Mir Die Blumen Sind” (“Where Have All The Flowers Gone”)

“A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall”

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