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  1. Grolrajas Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vanguard Twofer Series CD release of In Concert on Discogs. Label: Vanguard - VCD/14 • Format: CD Album, Reissue Vanguard Twofer SeriesCD Longbox • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •.
  2. Vigal Reply
    Joan's third Vanguard LP, featuring her breathtaking performances of Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You; Copper Kettle; What Have They Done to the Rain; Black Is the Color; Kumbaya, and more. Includes three unreleased tracks from the original recording session: Streets of Laredo; My Good Old Man, and My Lord What a Morning. Essential '60s folk!
  3. Maule Reply
    Joan Baez, Vol. 2: "Lonesome Road" b/w "Pal of Mine" — — — "What Have They Done to the Rain" b/w "Danger Waters" — — — Joan Baez in Concert "We Shall Overcome" b/w "What Have They Done to the Rain" (from Joan Baez in Concert) 90 — 26 Joan Baez in Concert, Part 2: "There But for Fortune" b/w "Daddy You Been on My.
  4. Gagal Reply
    What Have They Done To The Rain Lyrics: Just a little rain falling all around / The grass lifts its head to the heavenly sound / Just a little rain, just a little rain / What have they done to the.
  5. Shakam Reply
    2 days ago · Arranged By – Joan Baez Written-By – Traditional: 5: What Have They Done To The Rain Written-By – Malvina Reynolds: 6: Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair Arranged By, Adapted By – John Jacob NIles: 7: Danger Waters Arranged By – Joan Baez Written-By – Traditional: 8: Gospel Ship Arranged By – Joan.
  6. Shakarn Reply
    When her concert of January 27 was televised, her references to these fateful cities were edited out. "What Have They Done To The Rain" is probably the best known of Malvina Reynolds' compositions, and is certainly one of the most widely recorded.
  7. Arashigar Reply
    "What Have They Done to the Rain" is a song by Malvina Reynolds. Composed in and first entitled "Rain Song", it was written as part of a campaign to stop nuclear testing in the atmosphere, which was producing fall-out.. The song was recorded by The Searchers, reaching number 29 on the U.S. charts and number 13 in the UK in It has been recorded by many other artists including Esther.
  8. Goltirn Reply
    `Joan Baez in Concert Parts 1 and 2' may have been the very first Joan Baez albums I heard, back in , just a few months after having gotten my spiffy new portable record player for my small bedroom, and at least a year before I took to the Beatles and at least three years before I took to Bob Dylan/5(11).