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8 thoughts on “ Sweet Sir Galahad - Joan Baez - One Day At A Time (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of One Day At A Time on Discogs. Label: Vanguard - VSD ,Vanguard - VSD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk/5(71).
  2. Sep 13,  · "One Day at a Time" begins with a lovely ballad written by Baez for her husband David Harris who was serving time in a federal prison for draft resistance. The song, "Sweet Sir Galahad" marks the beginnings of Joan's writing her own songs as well as interpreting traditional and contemporary pieces by others/5(41).
  3. "One Day at a Time" begins with a lovely ballad written by Baez for her husband David Harris who was serving time in a federal prison for draft resistance. The song, "Sweet Sir Galahad" marks the beginnings of Joan's writing her own songs as well as interpreting traditional and contemporary pieces by others/5(41).
  4. Not only is "One Day At A Time" a classic Joan Baez album, it is a classic country album. The first album to feature Baez originals (songs written solely by her), Joan's writing is represented here by "Sweet Sir Galahad" and "David's Song."5/5(3).
  5. Sep 02,  · referencing One Day At A Time, LP, Album, San, VSD• I HAVE A COPY (LP) WITH A DIFFERENT BACKGROUND ON DISC LABEL. THE RUNOUT IS A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT: XSVL (SIDE ONE) AND -4H (SIDE TWO)/5().
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of One Day At A Time on Discogs. Label: Vanguard - VMD • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: Europe • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk4/5(3).
  7. Oct 13,  · Joan Baez sings 'Sweet Sir Galahad' from her Vanguard album 'One Day At A Time'. She wrote this song about her sister Mimi. She sang it at Woodstock and it .
  8. Sweet Sir Galahad Came in through the window In the night when The moon was in the yard. He took her hand in his And shook the long hair From his neck and he told her She'd been working much too hard. It was true that ever since the day Her crazy man had passed away To the land of poet's pride, She laughed and talked a lot With new people on the block But always at evening time she cried.

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