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Fariña met novelist, musician, and composer Richard Fariña in 1963 when she was 17 years old and married him at age 18 in Paris. The two collaborated on a number of influential folk albums, most notably, Celebrations for a Grey Day (1965) and Reflections in a Crystal Wind (1966), both on Vanguard Records. After Richard Fariña's death in 1966 (on Mimi's twenty-first birthday) in a motorcycle accident, Mimi moved to San Francisco where she flourished as a singer, songwriter, model, actress, and activist.
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Richard Farina was a great poet in the great tradition of the troubador. His life ended too early as the result of a motorcycle accident. Nonetheless, he and his partner/wife Mimi Baez (sister of Joan Baez) created one of the great albums of the "beat" and new folk movement, "Reflections In A Crystal Wind". Songs on it such as "Children of Darkness" and "Raven Girl" metaphorically describe the sense of personal torment and social destruction experiemced by a whole generation during the Vietnam Era. Tracklist: A1.
Album: The Best Of, Vanguard Visionaries, Reflections In A Crystal Wind, Pack Up Your Sorrows, Best Of The Va, The Complete Vanguard Recordings. Download Mimi And Richard Farina - Reflections In A Crystal Wind. Mimi And Richard Farina - Downtown The Complete Vanguard Recordings, 2001 01:37. Mimi And Richard Farina - Pack Up Your Sorrows The Complete Vanguard Recordings, 2001 03:02. Artist: Mimi And Richard Farina.
Reflections In A Crystal Wind Among the winking metaphors imprisoned in a shifting breeze, you come to sense your lovers need for freedom, the question in her step, the calling of her folded hands. Transcribed by Jackie Don Loe Dallas, Texas - May - 5/21/04.