Joan Baez - The Trees They Do Grow High video free download


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Uploaded: 2008/11/05

"Uma das mais curiosas, mais charmosas e mais difundidas baladas inglesas" nas palavras de Vaughan-Willians e A. L. Lloyd. O casamento entre adolescentes para a consolidação da fortuna da família era comum na Inglaterra feudal, e essa comovente e arcaica balada parece baseada em um fato dessa natureza.

This sound is low quality because it was extracted from the second LongPlay of Joan Baez (Volume 2), originality of 1961. I do my best but I didn't get to remove the noises. Sorry!

The Argentinean version of that LP was release by Del Repertorio Vanguard in 1961 and received the subtitle "Old Blues". Apart from that, it is exactly equal to the American North version.

Comments

3 years ago

JoachimderZweite

It is wonderful to flip back and forth between this and the Italian version - gli alberi sono alti.

3 years ago

Alejandra Cruz

there is beautiful version of this song on youtube by a very rare band, you can search by "Vos Cantu Monemus [USA] - b_5. Trees They Do Grow High", too much loner vibe.

3 years ago

Erin Rutkowski

I love this song, and Baez does a magnificent job. 

3 years ago

Granny Tenderstone

thanks so much for this, I had this album and miss it so much. check out my rendition too if you care to, Ermengarde11

3 years ago

Hadi

john frusciante brought me here 

3 years ago

Norma Southwood

I have this album on vinyl, the same cover as shown here, it's one of my most treasured possesions...even tho' I don't have the facility to play it anymore! This is one of my favourite songs on the album, thanks so much for posting.

4 years ago

Gabriel Gonzalez

The company that released these albums in Argentina was Music Hall. famous in those years for the hight quality of its repertoires as for the bad quality of the printings! The album was titled OLD BLUE instead of 2nd (maybe for commercial reasons) I do have that monoaural copy too!

4 years ago

Paul Banerjee

It has always mesmerized me as to how a single person can sing and play the guitar simultaneously and yet be so awesomely perfect at both!

4 years ago

SILVIA REGANO

meravigliosa

4 years ago

Frank L

This is one I have never heard. What a classic Irish or Scott folk song.

4 years ago

Mitchell Provow

So haunting

4 years ago

Michael Steadman

John Frusciante brought me here!

4 years ago

Granny Tenderstone

I first heard her sing thing in the late seventies when I found this album in a thrift store. I would still have that album, except all my belongings including my record collection were stolen from me abuot 15 years ago. So glad I can her it here.

4 years ago

天津飯 うまい

歌に惹き込まれてしまった・・・

4 years ago

TolkienGoonieGirl

I'm really glad! =)

4 years ago

JoachimderZweite

Well thanks dude - I also copied the Italian lyrics from the internet and sang along in Italian for an hour. Easy to understand as I have Latin. You cast a seed and a flower grows.

4 years ago

JoachimderZweite

The voice is so beautiful that it makes my bones vibrate.

5 years ago

TolkienGoonieGirl

I love this ballad!!! Give a look at the italian version by Angelo Branduardi, it's called "Gli alberi sono alti"...

5 years ago

spiritdawound

Alan Stivell made in my humble opinion a better interpretation that you can hear on the Olympia record, the romantic flow given by his Harp is astounding. But that not objective and just reflects my own tastes to say That or That version is better.

5 years ago

jill johnston

Oh lord,what a haunting song-and the voice that lady has!

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