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Baez Is Back!

Folk Singer Icon Joan Baez Takes Camp Casey II By Storm
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By Gene Ellis

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CRAWFORD — Shortly after Joan Baez arrived Sunday afternoon at Camp Casey II, she gave a press conference with the Gold Star Families, all of whom have lost loved ones in the war. She talked with them, and she cried with them.

Ms. Baez returned to the trailer to prepare for her performance, speaking only in whispers when it was necessary to speak at all, saving her voice.

She gave a moving performance, peppered with energy, emotion, humor, and humanity. She even showed compassion for President Bush, although she disagrees with him. She said she doesn’t make Bush jokes any more because they often offend more conservative folks, and that isn’t helping anything.

At one point, she laughingly forgot the line “keeping things vague

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I just finished listening to the download of Ms. Baez' live redition of "Where Have All The Flowers Gone". I'm still wiping my eyes.

What a lady and what a performance! God Bless you Joan!

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