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Mimi Baez Fariña (born Margarita Mimi Baez, April 30, 1945 – July 18, 2001) was a singer, songwriter, and activist. She was the daughter of physicist Albert Baez and sister of folk singer Joan Baez. She married novelist, musician and composer Richard Fariña in 1963 at the age of 17, and 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). After Richard Fariña’s death… read more

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  • Hard Lovin' Loser...tune!
  • Listeners are split between "Richard & Mimi" and "Mimi & Richard", since they released material under both names.
  • There's a public domain eulogistic folk song abour Richard Farina, "Richard Farina's Gone", in the "More Biographical Folk Song" album on my site that might interest you.
  • Fariña
  • not even 1k listener? quite a surprise.
  • I adore their music. but recently I've lost my R&M music, so if anyone would like to help me out with some, it would be MUCH MUCH MUCH appreciated!
  • They did very beautiful music
  • beautiful
  • Speaking of Hard Lovin' Loser I want to end a long debate between 2 people and I. What is Richard saying between sentences?
  • hard LONG loser...?

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