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Album Review

In the late '50s, prior to signing with Vanguard, Joan Baez recorded this album in a basement, sometimes performing with Bill Wood and Ted Alevizos. It wasn't wholly Baez' album, as only six of the 13 tracks were Baez solo performances. On two she performed with Wood, and on one she performed with Wood and Alevizos; two of the tracks featured Wood solo, and two Alevizos solo. Baez was already handling traditional material such as "Black Is the Color," and her voice was a little less strident than it would become when she rose to national visibility. It's a basic recording that is primarily of historical interest, although — as those things go — it has definite value. In 1963, it was issued by Squire Records as The Best of Joan Baez, but was withdrawn after it had made the Top 50, when Baez took legal action against it.

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