Joan Baez was a key figure in the American folk revival movement of the 1960s. She has also been in the forefront of social causes for the last half-century. While her popularity peak was during the 1960s through the mid-1970s, she continues to record and perform live down to the present day.
“Love Is A Four Letter World” is a Bob Dylan composition that I don’t think has ever been recorded by him.
It is a song that has always been associated with Baez, who first issued it as a single during early 1969. It spent four weeks on the BILBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Chart and peaked at number 86.
The song has since become an iconic Joan Baez tune. It has appeared on a number of her albums and is still a part of her stage act.