Best of Joan C. Baez
|The Best of Joan C. Baez|
|Greatest hits album by Joan Baez|
|Joan Baez chronology|
The Best of Joan C. Baez was a Joan Baez compilation that A&M put together shortly after Baez left the label in 1977. Selections from five of her six A&M albums were included (no songs from 1973's Where Are You Now, My Son? appear), with the emphasis on material from 1975's Diamonds & Rust album. Liner notes were written by John L. Wasserman of the San Francisco Chronicle.
All tracks composed by Joan Baez; except where indicated
- "Diamonds & Rust"
- "Forever Young" (Bob Dylan)
- "Prison Trilogy (Billy Rose)"
- "Simple Twist of Fate" (Bob Dylan)
- "Never Dreamed You'd Leave in Summer" (Stevie Wonder, Syreeta Wright)
- "Love Song to a Stranger"
- "Please Come to Boston" (Dave Loggins)
- "Children and All That Jazz"
- "Sweeter for Me"
- "Imagine" (John Lennon)
- "Gracias a la Vida" (Violeta Parra)
- "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" (Robbie Robertson)
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