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024 Joan Baez - Joan Baez We all find Joan Baez a bit irritating, but we love talking about her debut album .
024 Joan Baez - Joan Baez We all find Joan Baez a bit irritating, but we love talking about her debut album .
Hollywood Bowl 1964 - Modern Folk Quartet, Joe & Eddie, Pete Seeger, Joan Baez And More - No On Prop. 14. Rally - Past Daily Pop Chronicles Modern Folk Quartet (MFQ) - a year after this concert they would head in a Specter direction.



Hollywood Bowl - No On 14 Rally - Sept. 23, 1964 - Part 1



Hollywood Bowl - No On 14 Rally - Sept. 23, 1964 - Part 2

An all-star extravaganza - one of those Hollywood Bowl concerts never heard, long-thought lost, destined to be destroyed and otherwise forgotten about. This time it's Folk Music mixed with a Political rally (both went hand-in-hand around this time). The rally was for Proposition 14, an initiative on the California ballot in the 1964 election that basically made housing discrimination legal. There were two rallies in opposition to the bill; one featuring folk acts, and another featuring Hollywood luminaries (along with The Kingston Trio, Nat "King" Cole, Nancy Wilson among others). I initially ran a small portion of this concert via my now-defunct Newstalgia website several years ago, and promised I would run the entire concert at some point. Time goes slips by rather quickly, and I was reminded a few weeks ago that I would run the whole concert. So here goes:

Folk Night - No On Prop. 14 Rally. The whole concert from September 23, 1964:

MC'd by the actor Richard Beymer (West Side Story and later, Twin Peaks), the acts featured are (in running order):
Part 1: Joe Eddie
Hedy West
The Dillards
Theodore Bikel
Part 2: The Gray Singers
The Modern Folk Quartet
Pete Seeger (with guest appearance by "Ramblin" Jack Elliot
Joan Baez
Some of the acts won't ring many bells - and some were cornerstones of the protest movement. Joe Eddie, who open the show, were regular faces around the Hollywood/Southern California Folk Club scene from the late 1950s until 1966 when Joe Gilbert was killed in a car accident, returning from a gig in Seal Beach. Unlike the Y-Day concert (which I ran about two years ago), this one is entirely acoustic,so the sound quality is a lot better. But because the concert is a little over 3 hours, the tape runs out at the final chorus of "We Shall Overcome" at the end of the concert. So it fades out.

But other than that, it's the whole thing, on two players and a feast for Folk enthusiasts of the early 1960's.

Enjoy and stay tuned.
Amazing Joan Baez Live Performance at the Prop 14 show in the 70's Joan Baez riffs, chats and sings beautiful live music at a political rally for No on Prop 14.
Pete Seeger, The Dillards, Joan Baez, The Modern Folk Quartet, Joe & Eddie - No On Prop. 14 Rally - Hollywood Bowl - 1964 - Past Daily Pop Chronicles/Backstage Weekend Joe Eddie - A spirited opening to a spirited show.




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Continuing our archeological dig through concerts never heard, thought lost, destined to be destroyed and otherwise forgotten about, here is another Hollywood Bowl concert with an all-star cast that was never broadcast and never thought to have existed. This time it's Folk Music and a Political rally. The rally was for Proposition 14, an initiative on the California ballot in the 1964 election that basically made housing discrimination legal. There were two rallies in opposition to the bill, one featuring folk acts, and another featuring Hollywood luminaries (along with The Kingston Trio, Nat "King" Cole, Nancy Wilson among others - I'll be running that complete in the coming weeks). I initially ran a small portion of this concert via my now-defunct Newstalgia website a couple years ago, and promised I would run the entire concert at some point.

Well, here it is - the whole concert from September 23, 1964.

MC'd by the actor Richard Beymer (West Side Story and later, Twin Peaks), the acts featured are (in running order):



Part 1: Joe Eddie
Hedy West
The Dillards
Theodore Bikel
Part 2: The Gray Singers
The Modern Folk Quartet
Pete Seeger (with guest appearance by "Ramblin" Jack Elliot
Joan Baez



Unlike the Y-Day concert, this one is entirely acoustic,so the sound quality is a lot better. But because the concert is a little over 3 hours, the tape runs out at the final chorus of "We Shall Overcome" at the end of the concert. So it fades out.

But other than that, it's the whole thing, on two players and a feast for Folk enthusiasts of the early 1960's.

Enjoy and stay tuned.
Joan Baez Rick Rubin speaks with the great Joan Baez fresh off her birthday and the announcement that she'll be among this year's Kennedy Center honorees! Joan was known the world over as the Queen of Folk at the height of her career in the 60s. She used her fame to help spread the tenets of the non-violence movement, and was a close ally to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Joan also helped introduce Bob Dylan to the world by giving him stage time at her shows when she was the biggest ticket in town and he was a complete unknown. In this conversation with Rick Rubin, Joan explains why after performing for over 60 years, she recently made the decision to stop singing and turn her attention to painting. She also talks about the time she and Pete Seeger were run out of town by local cops after a performance and getting banned from Brazil for her music.Subscribe to Broken Record’s YouTube channel to hear old and new interviews, often with bonus content: https://www.youtube.com/brokenrecordpodcast and follow us on Twitter @BrokenRecordYou can also check out past episodes here: https://brokenrecordpodcast.com/You can find the playlist for this episode HERE — enjoy! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Elizabeth Thomson – Joan Baez: The Last Leaf…with TRE’s Giles Brown Elizabeth Thomson - Joan Baez: The Last Leaf...with TRE's Giles Brown
Joan Baez | Episode 21-26 Joan Baez is a singer, songwriter, musician and activist, whose music encompasses genres including folk, rock, pop, gospel and country.  Joan performed music for over 60 years and released over 30 albums, in which her first three achieved gold record status.  A long and impressive list of awards, Joan has received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 49th annual Grammy Awards® in 2007, Amnesty International’s Ambassador of Conscience Award in 2015, and she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017.  Big Top Chautauqua was fortunate enough to have Joan Baez grace the stage under the blue and pearl grey canvas on August 7 in 2009. First broadcast in 1994, Tent Show Radio is a one-hour public radio program created from the best live recordings from acclaimed musical acts who grace the Big Top Chautauqua stage each summer in beautiful Bayfield, WI.  During intermission, host Michael Perry spins a story “from the backstage dressing room, with the one lonely little light bulb burning."  Topics range from Mike’s battles with trees, to the behavior of rogue chickens, to the search for hope while stoking a wood stove in the darkness. ​ Running 52 weeks a year, Tent Show Radio is broadcast on 31 listener supported radio stations across 6 states and on most podcast streaming platforms. "Tent Show Radio" is also available for streaming at www.tentshowradio.org.
David Crosby on Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, Steely Dan, & Michael McDonald David Crosby catches up with Kyle Meredith to tell us about For Free, his 5th album in 7 years. The legendary voice talks about the importance of songwriting and music in his life and the optimistic outlook he’s found after living through some very difficult and dark personal times.
We also get to hear a lot about his friends and collaborators, including Michael McDonald (“my favorite voice”), Steely Dan (“my favorite band”), Joni Mitchell (“the best singer songwriter”), and Joan Baez, who’s portrait of Crosby graces the cover of the album. The CSNY member also tells the story of a soldier he met in an airport and the conversation that lead to the song “Shot At Me,” as well his thoughts on if he’ll play live ever again, and the next two albums that are already planned.

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