On the Internet
There are many places on the Internet where you can find conversations, postings and information about Joan. Here we list just a few:
BaezFans is a Yahoo! group where fans exchange info, etc.
Marinko Matura features some very nice photos of Joan and Eliza Carthy from their Bowery Ballroom shows in New York City in March of 2000.
The Michael Ochs Archives features some nice black & white photographs of Joan. Just do a search for her name.
Folk Music Newsgroup - In this usenet newsgroup you will find lively and interesting postings about Joan and other folk musicians.
FolkLib Index: A Library of Folk Music Links - This site has an artist index which will point you to many other places on the worldwide web with references to Joan.
Malaspina Great Books - For bibliographical references to Joan, visit this great site.
Richard Hess's Joan Baez Main Page - This site provides all kinds of interesting information on Joan's recordings.
House of Music - Carolyn Andre's House of Music pages have this section devoted to Joan's performances at New York's Bottom Line Cabaret in 1995 (during the "Ring Them Bells" recordings).
Diva Station - Fun site with info on Joan.
Women's History - Site that features some of Joan's quotable quotes.
If you know of other places to find Joan on the Internet, please e-mail: JBWebPages@aol.com!
Online Sources for RecordingsThere are several very good online sources for purchasing Joan's recordings. Here are some of them with known good track records!
Amazon (for books and records)
Vinyl Vendors (for rare vinyl recordings as well as CDs)
VCI (a source to find the 1989 Ventura, California concert video "Joan Baez - In Concert")
If you know of other good online sources for purchasing Joan's recordings, please e-mail: JBWebPages@aol.com!