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Published on Aug 27, 2011
From her 1968 album, "Any Day Now: Songs of Bob Dylan", Joan Baez sings the song Dylan wrote (apparently) for Sara Lownds, the woman he began seeing after his love relationship with Baez ended. "Sad-Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands" was the closing song on Dylan's 1966 album, "Blonde On Blonde". Joan Baez recorded her Dylan tribute in a Nashville studio cutting country-inflected renditions of 16 Dylan songs. She was backed by Pete Drake, David Briggs, Norbert Putnam, Jerry Reed, Stephen Stills, and others. "Any Day Now" remains one of Baez's essential recordings.