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  • Posted January 18, 2011

    Joan Baez is More Than a Voice of Consumate Beauty.

    My husband and I were 5 feet away from Joan Baez in a intimate setting at Chrysler Hall in Va.True Vocals and not a 'crack' in the voice. Many Folk Tunes the Audience knew well, yet restrained from joining in with such a heady 'spot on vocals'. We were all mesmerised. Enchantingly Lovely. As for 'Diamonds & Rust', a bad break~up was consoled by this CD. The Tears shed were floods. Soul aching and this would be the only way to Mourn.So, Snyder if you're out there, listen and remember the Love Lost. Hope You are Happy, as Am I.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    more from this reviewer

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    Joan's Best

    This is certainly Joan's most successful album both commercially and artistically. Her title song is of course a classic but so are many of her cover songs. Her singing of John Prine's "Hello In There" is straight forward yet strikingly beautiful and her version of Stevie Wonder's "Never dreamed you'd leave in Summer" out does Stevie's own version. A great great album.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    most beautiful voice in the world

    joan baez has the richest voice i have ever heard. it's inexplainable how gorgeous it is. the song diamonds and rust is wonderful, and the pain from her bitter breakup with dylan really comes through. she also does some great covers, especially janis ian's jesse. i grew up on the original lp, so i can only hope her voice is as warm as it is on a record on the cd

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