David's Album was a 1969 album by Joan Baez, recorded in Nashville. It was Baez' eleventh album to date. It peaked at number 36 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. Baez's then husband, David Harris, a country music fan, was about to be imprisoned for draft resistance, and she recorded the album as a gift to him. It was recorded during the same sessions as Baez's previous release of Bob Dylan songs, Any Day Now. The cover sketch is a drawing of David Harris by Joan Baez.
Recorded in October of 1968, Any Day Now marks Joan Baez's first foray into the recording studios of Nashville, armed with an entire program of Bob Dylan's material and backed by a cast of Music City's finest session players. Dylan himself, coming out of an imposed exile after a motorcycle crash, had issued only one recording since 1966's Blonde on Blonde; his low-key "comeback" outing, John Wesley Harding, released in December of 1967, had also been recorded in Nash Vegas with some of the same A-list players
BPM Profile Any Day Now. Album starts at 206BPM, ends at 108BPM (-98), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Joan Baez. Whistle Down the Wind. Joan Baez (Debut Album) Plus Joan Baez, Vol. 2 & In Concert. The First Lady Of Folk - 1958-1961.
Any Day Now was a Joan Baez double LP from 1968, made up exclusively of Bob Dylan songs. It peaked at number 30 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. The album was produced during a marathon recording session in Nashville in September 1968, the fruits of which resulted in two albums: Any Day Now, and 1969's David's Album. Baez would return to Nashville to record a number of times during the next several years. Laying Bob Dylan sheet music on the floor in front of her, Baez closed her eyes and picked at random, the results of which made up the track listing. Joan Baez did illustrations for each of the songs, included in the gatefold of the album. The record went gold in 1969
This is a collection of Bob Dylan's songs sung by Joan Baez. Rights Society (Boxed): SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): VSD 55 A. Matrix, Runout (Label side B): VSD 55 B. Matrix, Runout (Label side C): VSD 56 A.
Originally Released in 1968, "Any Day Now" was Joan's Tenth Album. It Consisted Entirely of Joan Baez Covering Bob Dylan Songs, Including a Definitive Version of 'love is Just a Four-letter Word'. This Digitally Remastered Release features New Sleeve Notes and Two Bonus Tracks, 'blowin' in the Wind' and 'it Ain't Me Babe' Both Recorded Live in Japan and Both Previously Unreleased. An amazing collection of songs, written by the preeminent poet/songwriter of the late-last century, and sung by what is arguably one of the most magnificent voices of that or any other time. Baez and Dylan are a killer combination. Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands" contains some of Dylan's most hauntingly impressive imagery from decades-long a career built on impressive poetic imagery.
Love Minus Zero/No Limit. You Ain't Goin' Nowhere. I Pity the Poor Immigrant. Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands. Love Is Just a Four-Letter Word. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine. The Walls of Redwing. One Too Many Mornings. Boots of Spanish Leather. Walkin' Down the Line. 2005 bonus tracks: Blowin' in the Wind.
Any Day Now Joan Baez. For someone who wasn't sure about having a second guitar on her early folk recordings - because it might be considered too "commercial" - Joan Baez had certainly revised that philosophy by the late 1960s. In March 1968, Baez had married anti Vietnam War draft resistance leader David Harris. Harris's country music tastes reignited Baez own admiration for the genre and in December of that year she released ANY DAY NOW, a double album of Bob Dylan songs, replete with country music backings delivered with impeccable taste by the cream of Nashville session men, including Harold.
Features Song Lyrics for Joan Baez's Any Day Now album. Blowin' In the Wind Lyrics. Joan Baez Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.