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Interesting tidbits! I'd love to hear this... Do you know if this 
little description fits the facts you know. about the rejections and 
Joan herself blocking it? Or was it record company doings?

<L>

  Google turned this up:

Joan Baez In San Francisco
Originally recorded as a demo tape in June 1958, it was rejected by all 
of the major studios Joan submitted it to for consideration. When it 
was released by Fantasy Records without her authorization, Joan filed 
for an injuction to block its distribution.
Released:
1964
Formats:
Vinyl
Genre:
Folk
Label:
Fantasy Records
Catalogue Number:
5015
1
Island In The Sun
2
Water Boy
3
Annie Had A Baby
4
Oh Freedom
5
Man Smart, Woman Smarter
6
Scarlet Ribbons
7
Dark As A Dungeon
8
Told My Captain
9
Young Blood
10
I Gave My Love A Cherry
11
La Bamba
12
Every Night


Lou Judson  Intuitive Audio
415-883-2689

On Oct 10, 2005, at 12:44 PM, Richard L. Hess wrote:

> This happened with Joan Baez's earliest recording as well, but it's 
> made its way to the surface through European release on Bear Family 
> records. "Joan Baez in San Francisco"
>
> It was recorded when she was completely unknown, sat upon, released 
> when she was under contract with Vanguard and selling lots of LPs. 
> Vanguard and Joan's management had it quashed.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Richard