Faculty of Design
Easy Virginia as sung by Joan Baez. The singer pines for a woman until the day he dies. In death he calls out, “look on the way you done.” An ironic ode to the romantic entitlement of folk music, the unnamed voiceless woman of the song is portrayed here as a shining knight, come to his grave to spite him in death.
“The Ramblin' Women re-imagines the stories of the women portrayed in folk ballads of old. By retelling their sometimes subtle, sometimes fatal (yet nonetheless pivotal) moments of agency, these...” [More]