Joan Baez – Drug Store Truck Driving Man

Best of Joan C. Baez

Best of Joan C. Baez (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Baez’s distinctive vocal style and political activism had a significant impact on popular music. She was one of the first musicians to use her popularity as a vehicle for social protest, singing and marching for human rights and peace. Baez came to be considered the “most accomplished interpretive folksinger/songwriter of the 1960s.”[20] Her appeal extended far beyond the folk-music audience.[20] Of her fourteen Vanguard albums, thirteen made the top 100 of Billboard’s mainstream pop chart, eleven made the top forty, eight made the top twenty, and four made the top ten

Occupy Wall Street
On November 11, 2011, Joan Baez played as part of a musical concert for the protestors at Occupy Wall Street.[49] Her three-song set included “Joe Hill“, a cover of the Rolling Stones‘ “Salt of the Earth” and her own composition “Where’s My Apple Pie?”.

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