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friends who want to celebrate my new adventure, please gather round. You know I love Champagne almost as much as I love you!Don’t grieve, for it’s only a worn-out body that’s leaving and the memory of any sad times goes with it.“The good memories are in my spirit and my spirit is with you today. “Big Joan.”Joan Bridge Baez’s husband Albert died in 2007. She is survived by her daughters Joan and Pauline, two grandsons including Gabe who now plays drums on tour as back-up to his mother, one granddaughter and one great granddaughter, Jasmine.When I said I was fine, she asked why I had been knocking on the wall.I wasn’t knocking but my mother tends to get more visitations than most people.” Shortly before she died, Joan Bridge Baez wrote the following: “When I join the heavenly band…Pauline co-wrote one of the first great folk-rock songs, Pack up Your Sorrows, along with singer Richard Fariña, who recorded it with his wife Mimi Baez Fariña, Joan and Pauline’s younger sister.
“One hundred and fifty friends and family sang Happy Birthday, the notices echoing downhill past the chickens, and on farther to the creek, and then throughout the oak trees,” her daughter Joan wrote.When young Joan was a child, the family emigrated from Edinburgh, first to Canada, later the US, where she met Albert Baez.Albert was born in Puebla, Mexico, son of a Methodist minister, at a high school dance in Madison, New Jersey.Albert and Scots-born Joan, as Quakers, also remained pacifists, something which influenced their daughters and, in turn, their daughters’ friends, including the young Bob Dylan.After meeting the younger Joan, Dylan would go on to write some of his most famous songs, including With God on Our Side, a timely Cold War Americanisation of The Patriot Game by the Irishman Dominic Behan.