Editors’ Notes Joan Baez's voice isn't just an instrument; it's a tool for social change. Beyond her '60s folk staples, she taps into the deep meaning at the heart of every song she sings. Baez underscores the mournful undertones in the Yiddish folk song “Donna Donna”; she folds the weight of apartheid into her take on Johnny Clegg's “Asimbonanga”; and she turns the murder ballad “Banks of the Ohio” into a conscience-loaded lament.

SONG
ALBUM
Banks of the Ohio
3:09
 
Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer
2:45
 
De Colores
2:29
 
Suzanne (Live)
4:21
 
Song of Bangladesh
4:51
 
Donna Donna
3:12
 
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
3:26
 
Simple Twist Of Fate
4:45
 
Honest Lullaby
4:01
 
No Expectations
3:49
 
O Brother!
3:20
 
Stones In the Road
4:41
 
The Trees They Do Grow High
2:59
 
Imagine
3:29
 
Joe Hill (Live On Tour /1975)
3:07
 
Children of Darkness
3:56
 
Blue Sky
2:45
 
4:10
 
Satisfied Mind
3:26
 
If I Knew
2:49
 
No Mermaid
4:23
 
Sweet Sir Galahad
3:42
 
Let It Be
3:51
 
Scarlet Tide
2:25
 

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