Album Info

RELEASE
1988
LABEL
Gold Castle
GENRES
Folk, Political Folk, Folk-Rock, Contemporary Folk, Psychedelic

Album Review

Baez returned to U.S. record shops with a vengeance here, delivering her interpretations of songs by Dire Straits, Johnny Clegg, U2, and Peter Gabriel, performers whose political consciousness had been formed by listening to old Joan Baez albums. And on the title track, a stunning original, she boldly answered ex-husband David Harris' downbeat memoir of the '60s, Dreams Die Hard, as well as other '80s revisionists.
William Ruhlmann, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Brothers in Arms
  2. Recently
  3. Asimbonanga
  4. James & The Gang
  5. Let Us Break Bread Together/Freedom
  6. MLK
  7. Do Right Woman, Do Right Man
  8. Biko