Honest Lullaby is a 1979 album by Joan Baez. It would be her final album on CBS Records' Portrait imprint, and her last new studio album issued in the U.S. until 1987. The autobiographical title song was written for her son, Gabriel Harris, and was performed on The Muppet Show in 1980. In addition to her own compositions, the album contained work by Janis Ian and Jackson Browne. "Let Your Love Flow" was originally a 1976 hit for The Bellamy Brothers. In her 1987 memoir, And a Voice to Sing With, Baez speculated that she was likely dropped from CBS due to a political disagreement she'd had with the label's then-president.

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  • Honest Lullaby is a 1979 album by Joan Baez. It would be her final album on CBS Records' Portrait imprint, and her last new studio album issued in the U.S. until 1987. The autobiographical title song was written for her son, Gabriel Harris, and was performed on The Muppet Show in 1980. In addition to her own compositions, the album contained work by Janis Ian and Jackson Browne. "Let Your Love Flow" was originally a 1976 hit for The Bellamy Brothers. In her 1987 memoir, And a Voice to Sing With, Baez speculated that she was likely dropped from CBS due to a political disagreement she'd had with the label's then-president. Baez dedicated the album to the memory of journalist John L. Wasserman. (Wasserman, who had died the previous February, had written the liner notes to Baez's 1977 compilation, The Best of Joan C. Baez). Cover photos were taken by famed photographer Yousuf Karsh. (en)
  • Honest Lullaby Albums de Joan Baez Blowin' Away(1977) Live Europe '83(1984) Honest Lullaby est un album de Joan Baez sorti en 1979, et son dernier jusqu'en 1987. (fr)
  • Honest Lullaby es el vigésimo álbum de estudio de la cantante estadounidense Joan Baez, publicado por la compañía discográfica Portrait Records en julio de 1979. Supuso su último trabajo discográfico con la filial de Sony Music Portrait, así como su último disco de estudio publicado en los Estados Unidos hasta 1987. Además de composiciones propias, Honest Lullaby incluyó también versiones de artistas como Janis Ian y Jackson Browne. En su libro And a Voice to Sing With, Baez especuló que su marcha de CBS pudo deberse a desacuerdos políticos con el entonces presidente de la compañía. Baez dedicó el álbum a la memoria del periodista John L. Wasserman, quien había fallecido en febrero de 1979 y había escrito las notas del álbum The Best of Joan C. Baez. La fotografía de portada fue realizada por Yousuf Karsh. (es)
  • Honest Lullaby è un album in studio della cantante statunitense Joan Baez, pubblicato nel luglio del 1979. (it)
  • Honest Lullaby — студийный альбом американской фолк-певицы Джоан Баэз записанный и выпущенный в 1979 году . (ru)
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  • Honest Lullaby Albums de Joan Baez Blowin' Away(1977) Live Europe '83(1984) Honest Lullaby est un album de Joan Baez sorti en 1979, et son dernier jusqu'en 1987. (fr)
  • Honest Lullaby è un album in studio della cantante statunitense Joan Baez, pubblicato nel luglio del 1979. (it)
  • Honest Lullaby — студийный альбом американской фолк-певицы Джоан Баэз записанный и выпущенный в 1979 году . (ru)
  • Honest Lullaby is a 1979 album by Joan Baez. It would be her final album on CBS Records' Portrait imprint, and her last new studio album issued in the U.S. until 1987. The autobiographical title song was written for her son, Gabriel Harris, and was performed on The Muppet Show in 1980. In addition to her own compositions, the album contained work by Janis Ian and Jackson Browne. "Let Your Love Flow" was originally a 1976 hit for The Bellamy Brothers. In her 1987 memoir, And a Voice to Sing With, Baez speculated that she was likely dropped from CBS due to a political disagreement she'd had with the label's then-president. (en)
  • Honest Lullaby es el vigésimo álbum de estudio de la cantante estadounidense Joan Baez, publicado por la compañía discográfica Portrait Records en julio de 1979. Supuso su último trabajo discográfico con la filial de Sony Music Portrait, así como su último disco de estudio publicado en los Estados Unidos hasta 1987. Además de composiciones propias, Honest Lullaby incluyó también versiones de artistas como Janis Ian y Jackson Browne. En su libro And a Voice to Sing With, Baez especuló que su marcha de CBS pudo deberse a desacuerdos políticos con el entonces presidente de la compañía. (es)
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