℗ 2020 UMG Recordings; An A&M Records Release
 

Come From The Shadows

Joan Baez

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1.1
Prison Trilogy (Billy Rose)
Joan Baez
4:23
1.2
Rainbow Road
Joan Baez
3:01
1.3
Love Song To A Stranger
Joan Baez
3:55
1.4
Myths
Joan Baez
3:17
1.5
In The Quiet Morning
Joan Baez
2:58
1.6
Weary Mothers
Joan Baez
3:29
1.7
To Bobby
Joan Baez
3:59
1.8
Song Of Bangladesh
Joan Baez
4:49
1.9
A Stranger In My Place
Joan Baez
3:05
1.10
Tumbleweed
Joan Baez
3:30
1.11
The Partisan
Joan Baez
3:15
1.12
Imagine
Joan Baez
3:25
Total Playing Time    43:06
Come from the Shadows is an 1972 album by Joan Baez. After recording for the independent label Vanguard for more than a decade, Baez signed with A&M, and attempted to point her career in a slightly more "commercial" direction (though the album still had overtly political overtones). In addition to her own compositions such as "Prison Trilogy","Love Song to a Stranger", "Myths", and "To Bobby" (addressed to Bob Dylan), Baez included John Lennon's "Imagine", Anna Marly's "Song of the Partisan", and Mimi Fariña's "In the Quiet Morning (for Janis Joplin)". The album's liner notes feature a Baez quote: "...In 1972 if you don't fight against a rotten thing you become a part of it."
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – A&M Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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