Where Are You Now, My Son? (Remastered) Joan Baez
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- 1Only Heaven Knows (Ah, The Sad Wind Blows)02:34
- 2Less Than The Song03:26
- 3A Young Gypsy03:36
- 4Mary Call03:34
- 5Rider, Pass By04:13
- 6Best Of Friends03:03
- 8Where Are You Now, My Son?21:42
Info for Where Are You Now, My Son? (Remastered)
Where Are You Now, My Son? is an album by Joan Baez, released in 1973.
"This isn't only not the place to start listening to Joan Baez, it's the album that separates the true fans from the, um, fellow travelers. Side two is taken up by the title song, a musical account of Baez's trip to Hanoi over Christmas of 1972, complete with the sound of U.S. bombs falling on the city. Side one, on the other hand, contains one of Baez's best original songs, "A Young Gypsy," and two by her sister, "Mary Call" and "Best of Friends." (William Ruhlmann, AMG)
Joan Baez, vocals, guitar
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