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"Baez has never sounded wiser, or more deeply human" -- Joan Anderman, The Boston Globe

"...sung by an angel" -- Jim Abbott, Orlando Sentinel

"...the sublimest bunch of songs to have graced a Baez disc since the mid-1970s" -- Mahir Ali, The Weekend Australian

"She is still a force to be reckoned with" -- Robin Denslow, The Guardian

"This is an album that keeps faith with Baez's long-established tradition of taking contemporary songs and making them sound like they've always been here" -- Gavin Martin, The Mirror

"Baez's a remarkable instrument still capable of great beauty and power" -- Mike Regenstreif, Montreal Gazette

- the stunning new album by Joan Baez
- produced by Steve Earle
- on Bobolink Records


    • God Is God (Steve Earle) (lyrics)
    • Rose Of Sharon (Eliza Gilkyson) (lyrics)
    • Scarlet Tide (Elvis Costello/Joseph Henry Burnett) (lyrics)
    • Day After Tomorrow (Tom Waits/Kathleen Brennan) (lyrics)
    • Henry Russell's Last Words (Diana Jones) (lyrics)
    • I Am A Wanderer (Steve Earle) (lyrics)
    • Mary (Patty Griffin) (lyrics)
    • Requiem (Eliza Gilkyson) (lyrics)
    • The Lower Road (Thea Gilmore) (lyrics)
    • Jericho Road (Steve Earle) (lyrics)

    Visit Joan's MySpace profile to hear selected tracks.

    In the U.S., click Day After Tomorrow to purchase through iTunes

    In the U.K., click Joan Baez - Day After Tomorrow to purchase through iTunes

    In the U.K., click HERE to purchase through Amazon

    In Germany, click HERE to purchase through Amazon

    In France, click HERE to purchase through Amazon

Produced by Steve Earle
Recorded and Mixed by Ray Kennedy
Recorded at Sound Emporium and Room & Board in Nashville
Assisted by Kyle Ford and Stephanie Hudaceck
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, NYC

Art Direction and Design by Norman Moore/DesignArtLA

Photography by Dana Tynan

Joan Baez, Steve Earle, Tim O'Brien, Darrell Scott
Viktor Krauss, Kenny Malone, Ray Kennedy

Additional vocals:
Steve Earle, Siobhan Kennedy
Thea Gilmore, Darrell Scott, Tim O'Brien

The deeply moving ballad "Henry Russell's Last Words" (Diana Jones) is a song based on a real-life mining disaster. For some info about plans to build a library and make a Miners Memorial Park at the Federal Mine No. 3 site, visit West Virginia Everettville Historical Association.

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