Joan Baez announces new album out this month

August 1st, 1967 -

Joan Baez announces new album out this month

Joan Baez has released details of her new album Joan out this month on Vanguard. The follow up to last year's Christmas record, Noël was recorded at Vanguard Studios in New York City over a couple of months in Spring.

26 year old Baez has included covers of The Beatles, Donovan, Simon & Garfunkel and Tim Hardin. Scroll down to see the full tracklist, listen to a track from Joan and see upcoming tour dates.

Revisit Peter Stone Brown's review of Baez's Farewell Angelinareleased in 1965. 

Upcoming Tour Dates:

August 5th: Forest Hills Tennis Stadium, New York, NY

August 7th: Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY

Joan tracklist:

01 Be Not Too Hard
02 Eleanor Rigby
03 Turquoise
04 La Colombe (The Dove)
05 Dangling Conversation
06 The Lady Came from Baltimore
07 North
08 Children of Darkness
09 The Greenwood Side
10 If You Were a Carpenter
11 Annabel Lee
12 Saigon Bride

Listen below to track 5 from the album, a cover of "If You Were A Carpenter". Tim Hardin only released his own version of "If I Were A Carpenter" a few months ago on his album Tim Hardin 2.


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