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Mimi Fariña* - Solo (CD, Album)



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Posted 13.10.2019 by Malajas in category "Rock

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  1. By Fehn on
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Solo - Mimi Fariña on AllMusic -
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  2. By Necage on
    Mimi Baez Fariña (born Margarita Mimi Baez, April 30, – July 18, ) was a singer, songwriter, and activist. She was the daughter of physicist Albert Baez and sister of folk singer Joan truesmasherdilkreeredshade.xyzinfoña married novelist, musician and composer Richard Fariña in at the age of 17, and the two collaborated as Richard & Mimi Fariña on a number of influential folk albums, most notably.
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  3. By Julrajas on
    Jul 20,  · Born Margarita Mimi Baez on April 30, , Farina was the younger sister of folk singer Joan Baez. Bread and Roses occupied most of Farina’s later years, but she took time to record an.
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  4. By Ferg on
    Jul 18,  · Mimi Fariña discography and songs: Music profile for Mimi Fariña, born 30 April Genres: Folk Rock, Contemporary Folk, Singer/Songwriter. Albums include David's Album, Take Heart, and Milk of the Tree: An Anthology of Female Vocal Folk & Singer-Songwriters
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  5. By Daitaur on
    Mimi Fariña, Category: Artist, Albums: Solo, Top Tracks: I Am A Poor Wayfaring Stranger, Catch The Wind, If My Eyes Were Blind, Best Of Friends, Introduction - Live, Biography: Mimi Fariña, Joan Baez's younger sister, first got into performing professionally in partnership with her husband, novelist and songwriter Richard Fariña, whom she married in , Monthly Listeners: , Where.
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  6. By Nilkis on
    Mimi and Richard Fariña were married in , and the two began performing together. The duo released two popular albums, Celebrations for a Grey Day () and Reflections in a Crystal Wind (). After Richard’s death in a motorcycle accident in , she continued to make recordings, including Take Heart (), a duo album with Tom Jans. In she founded Bread & Roses, a .
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  7. By Molkis on
    Mimi Fariña: Solo Rounder Records (PHILO ) Re-issued on CD in Produced by John Nagy. Solo was Mimi's first solo album, and, aside from a few guest appearances on albums by Joan and various friends, it was her only major release since Take Heart in Mimi had compiled much of this material in the early seventies, after her.
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  8. By Kelar on
    One of folk music's strongest voices, on her first solo album ever, recorded in Mimi Fariña, well-known for her past collaborations with Richard Fariña and Tom Jans, presents a program that includes many original songs, with a fine backing crew, among them the vocalist, guitarist, banjoist and keyboard player Banana, known for his work with the Youngbloods/5(4).
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  9. By Samuhn on
    A posthumous collection of odds and ends, this actually holds considerable appeal for anyone who likes their pair of fully realized albums. The 12 songs include a few studio outtakes, a few solo turns by Mimi on compositions written by Richard but incompletely recorded at the time of his death, a couple performances from the Newport Folk Festival, and a couple of Joan Baez tracks from Price: $
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