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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: It took her a while to warm up to it, but she eventually admitted that [[ComicStrip/LilAbner Al Capp’s]] parody of her was pretty funny.

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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: It took her a while to warm up to it, but she eventually admitted that [[ComicStrip/LilAbner Al Capp’s]] Capp's]] parody of her was pretty funny.funny. She even said "I wish I could've laughed at this at the time".


* {{Mondegreen}}: Having learned the lyrics to "[[Music/TheBand The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down]]" by ear instead of from a lyric sheet, her cover recording of the song was filled with these. Examples include, "So much cavalry" instead of "Stoneman's cavalry," and "I took a train to Richmond that fell" in place of "by May the tenth, Richmond had fell."

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* {{Mondegreen}}: Having learned the lyrics to "[[Music/TheBand The "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down]]" Down" by ear instead of from a lyric sheet, her cover recording of the song was filled with these. Examples include, "So include "'Til so much cavalry" cavalry came" instead of "Stoneman's cavalry," "'Til Stoneman's cavalry came", and "I took a the train to Richmond that fell" in place of "by "By May the tenth, Richmond had fell." fell".


* TheCoverChangesTheGender: zigzagged on her ''Beaz Sings Dylan'' album, where sometimes (eg ''Love Minus Zero/No Limit'' and ''Boots Of Spanish Leather'') she doesn't change the lyrics, but other times (eg ''You Ain't Going Nowhere'') she does.

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* TheCoverChangesTheGender: zigzagged Zigzagged on her ''Beaz Sings Dylan'' album, Bob Dylan covers, where sometimes (eg ''Love (e.g. "Love Minus Zero/No Limit'' Limit" and ''Boots Of "Boots of Spanish Leather'') Leather") she doesn't change the lyrics, but other times (eg ''You (e.g. "You Ain't Going Nowhere'') Nowhere") she does.


* {{Mondegreen}}: Having learned the lyrics to ''[[Music/TheBand The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down]]'' by ear instead of a lyric sheet, her cover recording of the song was filled with these. Examples include, "So much cavalry" instead of "Stoneman's cavalry," and "I took a train to Richmond that fell" in place of "by May the tenth, Richmond had fell."

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* {{Mondegreen}}: Having learned the lyrics to ''[[Music/TheBand "[[Music/TheBand The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down]]'' Down]]" by ear instead of from a lyric sheet, her cover recording of the song was filled with these. Examples include, "So much cavalry" instead of "Stoneman's cavalry," and "I took a train to Richmond that fell" in place of "by May the tenth, Richmond had fell."


Joan Chandos Baez (born January 9, 1941 in Staten Island, UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity) is an American singer-songwriter and political activist.

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Joan Chandos Baez (born January 9, 1941 in Staten Island, UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity) 1941) is an American singer-songwriter and political activist.


Joan Chandos Baez (born January 9, 1941) is an American singer-songwriter and political activist. Baez was one of the most notable protest singers of the 1960s, standing against UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and supporting the UsefulNotes/CivilRightsMovement and environmentalism. Though her own songwriting skills have been praised, she is mainly regarded as an interpreter of others' works, most prominently those of Music/BobDylan (with whom she had a close personal and musical relationship in the early '60s).

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Joan Chandos Baez (born January 9, 1941) 1941 in Staten Island, UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity) is an American singer-songwriter and political activist. activist.

Baez was one of the most notable protest singers of the 1960s, TheSixties, standing against UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and supporting the UsefulNotes/CivilRightsMovement and environmentalism. Though her own songwriting skills have been praised, she is mainly regarded as an interpreter of others' works, most prominently those of Music/BobDylan (with whom she had a close personal and musical relationship in the early '60s).


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Joan Chandos Baez (born January 9, 1941) is an American singer-songwriter and activist. Baez was one of the most notable protest singers of the 1960s, standing against UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and supporting the UsefulNotes/CivilRightsMovement and environmentalism. Though her own songwriting skills have been praised, she is mainly regarded as an interpreter of others' works, most prominently those of Music/BobDylan (with whom she had a close personal and musical relationship in the early '60s).

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Joan Chandos Baez (born January 9, 1941) is an American singer-songwriter and political activist. Baez was one of the most notable protest singers of the 1960s, standing against UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and supporting the UsefulNotes/CivilRightsMovement and environmentalism. Though her own songwriting skills have been praised, she is mainly regarded as an interpreter of others' works, most prominently those of Music/BobDylan (with whom she had a close personal and musical relationship in the early '60s).

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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: It took her a while to warm up to it, but she eventually admitted that [[ComicStrip/LilAbner Al Capp’s]] parody of her was pretty funny.

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* TheCoverChangesTheGender: zigzagged on her ''Beaz Sings Dylan'' album, where sometimes (eg ''Love Minus Zero/No Limit'' and ''Boots Of Spanish Leather'') she doesn't change the lyrics, but other times (eg ''You Ain't Going Nowhere'') she does.


* TakeThat: "To Bobby", from 1972's ''Come from the Shadows'', chides Dylan for his abandonment of political songwriting and activism.

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"To Bobby", from 1972's ''Come from the Shadows'', chides Dylan for his abandonment of political songwriting and activism.activism.
** She was the target of this with cartoonist [[ComicStrip/LilAbner Al Capp's]] character Joanie Phoanie.


* {{Woodstock}}: Baez headlined the first night of the famous 1969 festival.

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* {{Woodstock}}: UsefulNotes/{{Woodstock}}: Baez headlined the first night of the famous 1969 festival.


Joan Baez (born 1941) is an American singer-songwriter and activist. Baez was one of the most notable protest singers of the 1960s, standing against UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and supporting the UsefulNotes/CivilRightsMovement and environmentalism. Though her own songwriting skills have been praised, she is mainly regarded as an interpreter of others' works, most prominently those of Music/BobDylan (with whom she had a close personal and musical relationship in the early '60s).

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Joan Chandos Baez (born January 9, 1941) is an American singer-songwriter and activist. Baez was one of the most notable protest singers of the 1960s, standing against UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and supporting the UsefulNotes/CivilRightsMovement and environmentalism. Though her own songwriting skills have been praised, she is mainly regarded as an interpreter of others' works, most prominently those of Music/BobDylan (with whom she had a close personal and musical relationship in the early '60s).


Joan Baez (born 1941) is an American singer-songwriter and activist. Baez was one of the most notable protest singers of the 1960s, standing against UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and supporting the CivilRightsMovement and environmentalism. Though her own songwriting skills have been praised, she is mainly regarded as an interpreter of others' works, most prominently those of Music/BobDylan (with whom she had a close personal and musical relationship in the early '60s).

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Joan Baez (born 1941) is an American singer-songwriter and activist. Baez was one of the most notable protest singers of the 1960s, standing against UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and supporting the CivilRightsMovement UsefulNotes/CivilRightsMovement and environmentalism. Though her own songwriting skills have been praised, she is mainly regarded as an interpreter of others' works, most prominently those of Music/BobDylan (with whom she had a close personal and musical relationship in the early '60s).


* {{Mondegreen}}: Having learned the lyrics to ''[[Music/TheBand The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down]]'' by ear instead of a lyric sheet, her cover recording of the song was filled with these. Examples include, "So much cavalry" instead of "Stoneman's cavalry," and "I took a train to Richmond that fell" in place of "by May the tenth, Richmond had fell." Reactions are mixed as to whether this ruins the song or not.

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* {{Mondegreen}}: Having learned the lyrics to ''[[Music/TheBand The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down]]'' by ear instead of a lyric sheet, her cover recording of the song was filled with these. Examples include, "So much cavalry" instead of "Stoneman's cavalry," and "I took a train to Richmond that fell" in place of "by May the tenth, Richmond had fell." Reactions are mixed as to whether this ruins the song or not.

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