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My Father - Judy Collins - Colors Of The Day - The Best Of Judy Collins (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Samutaur says:
    Colors Of The Day, The Best Of Judy Collins Judy Collins; 12 videos; views; Updated 4 days ago.
  2. Shakagore says:
    An excellent collection of some of the best tracks from Judy Collins' early Elektra albums, Colors of the Day will both entertain and leave you wanting more. Lovingly programmed (it leads off with her excellent country-pop hit "Someday Soon," an Ian Tyson classic), this is Collins at her finest. Earlier explorations into folk-pop ("Both Sides Now"), British folk ("Sunny Goodge Street," "In My 9/
  3. Nisar says:
    Colors of the Day: The Best of Judy Collins, a Compilation of songs by Judy Collins. Released in May on Elektra (catalog no. EKS; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Folk Pop, Contemporary Folk. Featured peformers: Judy Collins (vocals), Mark Abramson (producer, mixing engineer), John Haeny (engineer), Betty Beaird (photography).
  4. Arashikora says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Amazing Grace (The Best Of Judy Collins) on Discogs. Label: Elektra - K,Elektra - K • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk.
  5. Faerg says:
    Sep 28,  · John Denver / "A Day in a Life", Judy Collins - My Father - Duration: JudyCollinsForever , views. JUDY COLLINS & LEONARD COHEN - "Hey, Thats No Way To Say Goobye"
  6. Maukazahn says:
    Judy Collins has a spectacular voice and the selections in Colors of the Day show it off beautifully. I have loved listening to this album since it first came out as an LP, and I love it just as much now. No one who enjoys listening to Judy sing would be disappointed in any way with this CD/5(69).
  7. Zulkizuru says:
    Editors’ Notes This enormously successful anthology chronicles a classic period in Judy Collins' career, when she graduated from the straight folk sound of her early- to mid-'60s work to an eclectic but elegant aesthetic that married her velvety croon to everything from country-rock (Ian Tyson's "Someday Soon") and folk-rock (Sandy Denny's "Who Knows Where the Time Goes") to Jacques.
  8. Tabar says:
    Judy Collins has a spectacular voice and the selections in Colors of the Day show it off beautifully. I have loved listening to this album since it first came out as an LP, and I love it just as much now/5(71).

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