Includes the complete AMERICAN MASTERS documentary. The most accomplished interpretive folksinger of the 1960s, Joan Baez has influenced nearly every aspect of popular music in a career still going strong. How Sweet The Sound, with bonus content features Joan’s one-on-one conversations with Steve Earle, Vaclav Havel, Dar Williams, Bill Fegan and Bishop Ernest Palmer. Joan Baez interview outtakes on Early Family Life, Musical Roots, Early Career Choices, and more. A never-before-seen 1958 performance from the legendary Club 47 in Cambridge, MA. plus, soundtrack CD featuring many never-before-released performances. Man Smart, Woman Smarter , I Never Will Marry, Barbara Allen, Silver Dagger Fennario, Oh Freedom , With God On Our Side, A Song For David, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down , Carry It On, I Pity The Poor Immi grant (Duet with Bob Dylan) Diamonds And Rust, Love Song To A Stranger, Day After Tomorrow and Jerusalem.
Watched her evolve into a legend in the folk music genre, an iconic figure with unparalleled skills as singer/songwriter, musician, and interpreter of some of the most beautiful and evocative folk, country, blues and rock songs ever written. And follow how Baez’ clear voice and music took an effort to communicate in behalf of the vulnerable, war torn, and the persecuted all over the world and despise to the dictators and bullies who were trying to silence her and her music. This reveals the influences for her activism and her music.
See this extraordinary documentary, and enjoy the splendid music included within the film that traverses her career from its very beginnings to her most recent release, produced by Steve Earle.
Man Smart, Woman Smarter • I Never Will Marry • Barbara Allen • Silver Dagger
Fennario • Oh Freedom • With God On Our Sid e • A Song For David • The Ni ght They
Drove Old Dixie Down • Carry It On • I Pity The Poor Immi grant (Duet with Bob Dylan)
Diamonds And Rust • Love Song To A Stranger • Day Af ter Tomorrow • Jerusalem
Also includes: Conversations with:
Bill Fegan and Bishop Earnest Palmer
More about Joan Baez.
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