Come From The Shadows (Remastered) Joan Baez

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Label: A&M

Genre: Songwriter

Subgenre: Contemporary

Artist: Joan Baez

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  • 1Prison Trilogy (Billy Rose)04:23
  • 2Rainbow Road03:01
  • 3Love Song To A Stranger03:55
  • 4Myths03:17
  • 5In The Quiet Morning02:58
  • 6Weary Mothers03:29
  • 7To Bobby03:59
  • 8Song Of Bangladesh04:49
  • 9A Stranger In My Place03:05
  • 10Tumbleweed03:30
  • 11The Partisan03:15
  • 12Imagine03:25
  • Total Runtime43:06

Info for Come From The Shadows (Remastered)

Come from the Shadows is an 1972 album by Joan Baez. After recording for the independent label Vanguard for more than a decade, Baez signed with A&M, and attempted to point her career in a slightly more "commercial" direction (though the album still had overtly political overtones). In addition to her own compositions such as "Prison Trilogy","Love Song to a Stranger", "Myths", and "To Bobby" (addressed to Bob Dylan), Baez included John Lennon's "Imagine", Anna Marly's "Song of the Partisan", and Mimi Fariña's "In the Quiet Morning (for Janis Joplin)".

"In the Quiet Morning" and "Love Song to a Stranger" were released as singles. The album was recorded at Quadrafonic Sound Studios in Nashville. The cover photo features an elderly couple being arrested at an anti-war protest, holding hands and flashing peace signs as they are led away.

"After recording for the folk label Vanguard for more than a decade, Baez moved to A&M. On this label debut, she maintained her interest in country music, recording in Nashville with some of the city's session aces. She also continued to dedicate herself to radical politics, from her set opener "Prison Trilogy," which pledged, "We're gonna raze the prisons to the ground," to the closer, John Lennon's "Imagine." In between were her call on Bob Dylan to return to protest music ("To Bobby") and her sister Mimi Farina's touching tribute to Janis Joplin, "In the Quiet Morning." (William Ruhlmann, AMG)

Joan Baez, guitar, vocals
Stuart Basore, steel guitar
David Briggs, keyboards
Kenneth Buttrey, drums
Grady Martin, guitar
Charlie McCoy, harp, guitar
Farrell Morris, percussion
Weldon Myrick, steel guitar
Norbert Putnam, bass
Glen Spreen, keyboards, string arrangements
Pete Wade, guitar
John "Bucky" Wilkin, guitar

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