Where Are You Now, My Son?

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Where Are You Now, My Son?
Studio album by Joan Baez
Released March 1973
Recorded Hanoi, Vietnam: December 18-27, 1972; Nashville: January 1973
Genre Folk
Length 44:42
Label A&M
Producer Joan Baez, Norbert Putnam, Henry Lewy
Joan Baez chronology
Come from the Shadows
(1972)
Where Are You Now, My Son?
(1973)
Gracias A la Vida
(1974)

Where Are You Now, My Son? is an album by Joan Baez, released in early 1973. One side of the album featured recordings Baez made during a US bombing raid on Hanoi over Christmas 1972. Included on the recording are the voices of Barry Romo, Michael Allen and human rights attorney Telford Taylor, with whom Baez made her famous 1972 visit to North Vietnam.

The album's other side, featuring songs, written by Baez, Mimi Fariña and Hoyt Axton, was recorded in Nashville in January 1973.

From the album's liner notes:

"...The war in Indochina is not yet over, and the war against violence has barely begun...." - Joan Baez
Professional ratings
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Allmusic 3/5 stars link

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Joan Baez, except where indicated.

  1. "Only Heaven Knows"
  2. "Less Than the Song" (Hoyt Axton)
  3. "A Young Gypsy"
  4. "Mary Call" (Mimi Fariña)
  5. "Rider, Pass By"
  6. "Best of Friends" (Fariña)
  7. "Windrose" (On 1980 stereo vinyl reissue by Pickwick Records SPC-3748, this track is excluded)
  8. "Where Are You Now, My Son?"

Personnel[edit]

Chart positions[edit]

Year Chart Position
1973 Billboard 200 138

See also[edit]