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Judy Collins

Singer Judy Collins was, along with Joan Baez, one of the two major interpretive singers to emerge from the folk revival of the late '50s and early '60s. Like Baez, she began singing traditional folk songs, then moved on to popularize the work of contemporary singer/songwriters, even writing her own songs occasionally. Unlike Baez, she used her classical music training to evolve into being a singer of art songs and show tunes, sometimes employing semi-classical arrangements. In a career that began at the end of the 1950s and was still going strong more than 50 years later, she consistently performed 50-80 concerts a year, and she recorded extensively, her commercial success reaching its apex from the late '60s to the mid-'70s, as six of her albums from the period achieved gold or platinum sales. Although she was primarily an albums artist, she also enjoyed a few hit singles, notably her Top Ten, Grammy-winning cover of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now," which helped establish Mitchell as a songwriter; an a cappella version of the hymn "Amazing Grace"; and the show tune "Send in the Clowns," which led to a Song of the Year Grammy for its composer, Stephen Sondheim.

Judith Marjorie Collins was born on May 1, 1939, in Seattle, Washington, the first of five children of Charles Thomas ("Chuck") Collins, a local radio singer and MC, and Marjorie (Byrd) Collins. In the summer of 1943, the family moved to Los Angeles, where Collins' father had gotten a job at NBC. She exhibited an early interest in music and began taking piano lessons before her fifth birthday. In 1949, her father took a job in Denver, and the family moved there. The following year, just before she turned 11, Collins became a piano student of Dr. Antonia Brico, a noted conductor. Although Brico felt she had the potential to become a concert pianist, Collins gave up her classical studies in her mid-teens as she became infatuated with folk music and took up the guitar. After she graduated from East High School in Denver in 1957, she began attending MacMurray College in Illinois, but she dropped out in 1958 to marry Peter Taylor, a student at the University of Colorado, and the following year gave birth to a son, Clark Taylor.

At the suggestion of her husband that she help the young family make ends meet by singing, Collins took an engagement at Michael's Pub in Boulder, Colorado, arranged by her father, beginning on March 2, 1959. Soon, she was performing there five nights a week, and over the next year she appeared in other clubs around Colorado, including the Exodus club in Denver, where she made an informal recording that was sold locally. Her husband graduated in June 1960 and was awarded a teaching fellowship at the University of Connecticut; on their way east, the family stopped in Chicago, where Collins spent six weeks as an opening act at the prestigious folk club The Gate of Horn. Based in Storrs, Connecticut, as of the fall of 1960, Collins began commuting into New York to appear at such venues as Gerdes Folk City, and she also performed up and down the East Coast. In 1961, she was signed to the independent folk label Elektra Records as its answer to its rival Vanguard's popular female folksinger Joan Baez. She recorded her debut Elektra album, A Maid of Constant Sorrow, in August 1961, and it was released on October 15, 1961. The following year came her second LP, Golden Apples of the Sun. Both albums featured traditional folk songs that she sang over simple acoustic instrumentation.

Collins' increasing success in her career put a strain on her marriage, and she and her husband separated at the end of the summer of 1962; they divorced in 1964. In October 1962, coincident with the release of her second album, she opened for Theodore Bikel at Carnegie Hall, her first appearance in a venue where she would come to perform annually. Her third album, Judy Collins #3 (January 1964), included politically oriented songs by Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, and Pete Seeger, among others, along with traditional material; it became her first recording to reach the charts. On March 21, 1964, she made her concert debut as a headliner at Town Hall in New York, and Elektra recorded the performance for The Judy Collins Concert (October 1964), an unusual live album in that it consisted almost entirely of previously unrecorded songs, among them compositions by Dylan and Tom Paxton. Collins began to perform internationally, appearing in Poland and the Soviet Union in 1965 and in Europe and Asia in 1966. Meanwhile, she released Judy Collins' Fifth Album (November 1965), on which she sang more songs by Dylan along with ones by Eric Andersen, Richard Fariña, and Gordon Lightfoot; the album was her first to reach the Top 100.

For her sixth album, In My Life, Collins hired arranger/conductor Joshua Rifkin to create chamber pop settings for a collection of songs including show tunes (a suite drawn from the off-Broadway show Marat/Sade, Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's "Pirate Jenny" from The Threepenny Opera) and two songs by Canadian poet and novelist Leonard Cohen, "Suzanne" and "Dress Rehearsal Rag." Released in November 1966, In My Life helped establish Cohen as a singer/songwriter; it also reached the Top 50, eventually going gold, and spawned Collins' first chart single in a cover of Fariña's "Hard Lovin' Loser." Wildflowers (November 1967) did even better. Although it took Elektra nearly a year to recognize the significance of Collins' cover of "Both Sides Now" and release it as a single, the result was that both it and the LP made the Top Ten at the end of 1968, with Wildflowers becoming her first gold album and "Both Sides Now" winning her the 1968 Grammy Award for Best Folk Performance. Meanwhile, she had gone on to record the more pop/rock-oriented Who Knows Where the Time Goes (November 1968), which made the Top 30, went gold, and spawned the chart single "Someday Soon" (by Ian Tyson).

Collins included more traditional material on her ninth album, Whales & Nightingales (November 12, 1970), although the arrangements could be unusual, including a tape of whale sounds to accompany "Farewell to Tarwathie." Her choral treatment of "Amazing Grace" became a surprise hit, reaching the Top 20, as did the gold-selling LP. Living (November 2, 1971) was, like The Judy Collins Concert, a live album consisting mostly of songs she had not recorded before; along with the million-selling hits compilation Colors of the Day: The Best of Judy Collins (May 8, 1972), it filled a gap in new recordings while Collins took time off to write, formed her own company, and began working on a documentary film about her mentor, Dr. Antonia Brico. She returned with her 11th album, True Stories & Other Dreams (January 18, 1973), which featured five of her own compositions, although the hit single was Valerie Carter's "Cook with Honey," which reached the Top 40; the LP reached the Top 30. Antonia: A Portrait of the Woman, which Collins co-directed, opened in 1974 to positive reviews and went on to earn an Academy Award nomination for best documentary.

On her 12th album, Judith (March 24, 1975), Collins took more of a pop approach, employing arranger Arif Mardin and recording Sondheim's "Send in the Clowns" from the 1973 Broadway musical A Little Night Music. The result was her biggest-selling regular album, with "Send in the Clowns" initially making the Top 40. When the song was included on her two-LP compilation So Early in the Spring (July 19, 1977), it was re-promoted as a single and hit a new peak in the Top 20. Meanwhile, Collins had followed Judith with Bread & Roses (August 25, 1976), a typically eclectic set that reached the Top 30.

In the mid-'70s, Collins took time out from her career to settle personal and professional issues. In October 1977, she underwent successful laser surgery to repair her vocal cords. In April 1978, she spent time in a treatment facility to overcome alcoholism. The same month, she met industrial designer Louis Nelson, who became her life partner and, 18 years later, on April 16, 1996, her second husband. There was thus a break of two and a half years between Bread & Roses and her 14th album, Hard Times for Lovers (February 20, 1979), which reached the Top 100. Running for My Life (March 28, 1980) barely made the charts, and Times of Our Lives (January 22, 1982) was another modest seller. By this time, Elektra had gone from being an independent folk label to a division of a major label, Warner, and Collins was not a priority. The label initially rejected the next album she submitted, then agreed to release it with the inclusion of an added song, "Home Again," a duet with country singer T.G. Sheppard that made the Country and Adult Contemporary charts in the fall of 1984. The LP, also called Home Again, did not chart, however, and Collins and Elektra parted ways after more than two decades at the end of the year.

Collins contracted with the British Telstar label for an album of inspirational material named after a re-recording of "Amazing Grace" (which had been a huge hit in the U.K.), and it made the charts in Great Britain in December 1985. When she signed to the startup label Gold Castle in 1987, she used some of this material and a few new tracks to assemble Trust Your Heart (April 13, 1987), released to coincide with the publication of her autobiography of the same title. She followed it with a live album, Sanity and Grace. In 1990, she signed to Columbia Records and released Fires of Eden (October 9, 1990).

On January 15, 1992, Collins' 33-year-old son Clark Taylor committed suicide, a devastating event for her that she eventually dealt with by studying and writing about suicide in a series of books including Singing Lessons: A Memoir of Love, Loss, Hope and Healing (1998) and Sanity and Grace: A Journal of Suicide, Survival, and Strength (2003). Meanwhile, she continued to make occasional recordings, as Geffen Records released Judy Collins Sings Dylan...Just Like a Woman (November 20, 1993). In 1995, she simultaneously published a novel, Shameless, set in the music industry, and released an album of the same title featuring all-original songs. After the release of Classic Broadway on Platinum Records in 1999, she launched her own label, Wildflower Records, which issued concert recordings, re-packagings of older recordings, and new albums including Portrait of an American Girl and Judy Collins Sings Lennon & McCartney. She also continued to perform regularly. On February 13, 2007, she made her debut as a cabaret artist at the prestigious Café Carlyle in New York, launching an annual engagement there; her fourth stint ran from May 4 to June 12, 2010, and coincided with the release of a new album, Paradise. Another memoir, 2011's Suite Judy Blue Eyes, was paired with a new album, Bohemian, which featured four new original songs. Four years later in 2015, an album of duets called Strangers Again found Collins collaborating with a diverse group of singers including Willie Nelson, Glen Hansard, Jeff Bridges, and Jackson Browne. ~ William Ruhlmann
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Selected Discography


Track List: Both Sides Now - The Very Best Of

1. Diamonds And Rust

2. Both Sides Now (Re-Recorded)

3. Angels In The Snow

4. Last Thing On My Mind

5. Risk

6. Send In The Clowns (Re-Recorded)

7. One I Love

8. Amazing Grace

9. Morning Has Broken

10. Lily Of The Valley

11. Oh, Had I A Golden Thread

12. In The Twilight

13. The Fire Plays (Live)

14. Bridge Over Troubled Water

15. My Father

16. Over The Rainbow

17. Since You've Asked

18. Cat's In The Cradle (Live)

19. Morocco

20. Born To The Breed

21. Helpless

22. Albatross

23. Pure Imagination

24. The Rose

25. Yesterday

26. The Blizzard

27. Mr. Tambourine Man (Live)

28. Will The Circle Be Unbroken (Live)


Track List: Bohemian

1. Morocco

2. Cactus Tree

3. Pure Imagination

4. Wings Of Angels

5. Veteran's Day

6. The Desperate Ones

7. Pastures Of Plenty

8. All The Pretty Horses

9. Campo De Encino

10. In The Twilight

11. Big Sur


Track List: Paradise

1. Over The Rainbow

2. Diamonds And Rust

3. Once I Was

4. Weight Of The World

5. Last Thing On My Mind

6. Dens Of Yarrow

7. Kingdom Come

8. Emilio

9. Ghost Riders In The Sky

10. Gauguin


Track List: Judy Collins Sings Lennon & McCartney

1. And I Love Her

2. Blackbird

3. Golden Slumbers

4. Penny Lane

5. Norwegian Wood

6. When I'm Sixty-Four

7. Good Day Sunshine

8. Hey Jude

9. We Can Work It Out

10. Yesterday

11. I'll Follow The Sun

12. Long And Winding Road


Track List: Portrait Of An American Girl

1. Singing Lessons

2. That Song About The Midway

3. I Can't Cry Hard Enough

4. You Can't Buy Love

5. Pacing The Cage

6. Sally Go 'Round The Roses

7. Voyager

8. Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me)

9. Wedding Song (Song For Louis)

10. Checkmate

11. Liberte

12. Lincoln Portrait

13. How Can I Keep From Singing


Track List: Judy Collins Sings Leonard Cohen: Democracy

1. Democracy

2. Suzanne

3. A Thousand Kisses Deep

4. Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye

5. Dress Rehearsal Rag

6. Priests

7. Night Comes On

8. Sisters Of Mercy

9. Story Of Isaac

10. Bird On The Wire

11. Famous Blue Raincoat

12. Joan Of Arc

13. Take This Longing

14. Song Of Bernadette (Live)


Track List: The Very Best Of Judy Collins

1. Turn! Turn! Turn! / To Everything There Is a Season

2. So Early, Early In The Spring

3. Suzanne

4. Just like Tom Thumb's Blues

5. Both Sides Now

6. Since You've Asked

7. Albatross

8. My Father

9. Someday Soon

10. Who Knows Where The Time Goes

11. Chelsea Morning (Single Version)

12. Farewell To Tarwathie

13. Song For Judith (Open The Door)

14. Cook With Honey

15. Send In The Clowns

16. Amazing Grace


Track List: Forever (Anthology)

Disc 1

1. Someday Soon

2. Who Knows Where the Time Goes

3. Chelsea Morning

4. Suzanne

5. Born to the Breed

6. Maid of Constant Sorrow

7. Since You've Asked

8. Bread and Roses

9. In the Hills of Shiloh

10. City of New Orleans

11. The Fallow Way

12. Grandaddy

13. My Father

14. La Chanson des Vieux Amants

15. In My Life

16. Marat Sade

17. Send In The Clowns

Disc 2

1. Both Sides Now

2. Desperado

3. Masters of War

4. Fisherman Song

5. So Early, Early in the Spring

6. First Boy I Loved

7. Albatross

8. Hard Lovin' Loser

9. In the Heat of the Summer

10. Pirate Jenny

11. Turn, Turn, Turn

12. Salt of the Earth

13. Farewell to Tarwathie

14. Spanish Is the Loving Tongue

15. Nothing Lasts Forever

16. Walls (We Are Not Forgotten)

17. Birds on a Wire

18. Amazing Grace


Track List: Live At Newport

1. Introduction (Live)

2. The Greenland Whale Fisheries (Live)

3. Anathea (Live)

4. The Bonny Ship The Diamond (Live)

5. Turn, Turn, Turn (To Everything There Is A Season) (Live)

6. Blowin' In The Wind (Live)

7. Hey, Nelly Nelly (Live)

8. The Great Silkie (Live)

9. Carry It On (Live)

10. Hard Lovin' Loser (Live)

11. The Coming Of The Roads (Live)

12. Silver Dagger (Live)

13. Get Together (Live)

14. Bullgine Run (Live)


Track List: Sings Dylan...Just Like A Woman

1. Like A Rolling Stone

2. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

3. Simple Twist Of Fate

4. Sweetheart Like You

5. Gotta Serve Somebody

6. Dark Eyes

7. Love Minus Zero/No Limit

8. Just Like A Woman

9. I Believe In You

10. With God On Our Side

11. Dylan's Dream


Track List: Judith

1. The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress

2. Angel, Spread Your Wings

3. Houses

4. The Lovin' Of The Game

5. Song For Duke

6. Send In The Clowns

7. Salt Of The Earth

8. Brother, Can You Spare A Dime

9. City Of New Orleans

10. I'll Be Seeing You

11. Pirate Ships

12. Born To The Breed


Track List: Who Knows Where the Time Goes

1. Hello, Hooray

2. Story of Isaac

3. My Father

4. Someday Soon

5. Who Knows Where The Time Goes

6. Poor Immigrant

7. First Boy I Loved

8. Bird On The Wire

9. Pretty Polly


Track List: Wildflowers

1. Michael From Mountains

2. Since You Asked

3. Sisters Of Mercy

4. Priests

5. A Ballata Of Francesco Landini (Ca. 1335-1397) Lasso! Di Donna

6. Both Sides Now

7. La Chanson Des Vieux Amants (The Song Of Old Lovers)

8. Sky Fell

9. Albatross

10. Hey That's No Way To Say Goodbye


Track List: In My Life

1. Tom Thumb's Blues

2. Hard Lovin' Loser

3. Pirate Jenny

4. Suzanne

5. La Colombe

6. Marat/Sade

7. I Think It's Going

8. Sunny Goodge Street

9. Liverpool Lullaby

10. Dress Rehearsal Rag

11. In My Life


Track List: Live In Ireland

1. Wild Mountain Thyme (Live)

2. Chelsea Morning (Live)

3. Gypsy Rover (Live)

4. Barbara Allen (Live)

5. Grandaddy (Live) (Feat. Emily Ellis)

6. New Moon Over The Hudson (Live)

7. Cat's In The Cradle (Live)

8. John Riley (Live)

9. She Moved Through The Fair (Live) (Feat. Mary Black)

10. The Fire Plays (Live) (Feat. Ari Hest)

11. Innisfree (Live)

12. Danny Boy (Live)


Track List: Strangers Again (Deluxe Edition)

1. Strangers Again (Feat. Ari Hest)

2. Miracle River (Feat. Michael McDonald)

3. Belfast To Boston (Feat. Marc Cohn)

4. When I Go (Feat. Willie Nelson)

5. Make Our Garden Grow (Feat. Jeff Bridges)

6. Feels Like Home (Feat. Jackson Browne)

7. From Grace (Feat. Thomas Dybdahl)

8. Hallelujah (Feat. Bhi Bhiman)

9. Someday Soon (Feat. Jimmy Buffett)

10. Stars In My Eyes (Feat. Aled Jones)

11. Send In The Clowns (Feat. Don McLean)

12. Races (Feat. Glen Hansard)

13. Last Thing On My Mind (Feat. Stephen Stills)

14. Diamonds And Rust (Feat. Joan Baez)

15. When Your Eyes Close (Feat. Judy Collins)


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I had the privilege of speaking with and having Judy Collin's sign an 8x10 glossy photo for me on one occasion; and signing one of her books on another occasion. She is as nice and as wonderful a person as she is absolutely gorgeous. As for her singing voice, I will quote what Richard Farina said about Judy's voice. He said, If Amethyst could sing, it would sound like Judy Collins.
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That voice always makes me stop and just go ooh!! Allyson Krauss does the same
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Just saw her friday nite at the canyon in agoura hills. She is so fantastic... e v e n at 76 she is still going strong!!
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I saw her in Barnstable recently. I love her. She is love personified: honesty, beauty. Her choice of songs, over the years, reflects a sensibility attuned to the needs of the moment, and of the universe.
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Judy! Judy! Judy! Oh how much I love everything about you and your music.How blessed we are to have you singing for us
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Many, tens of thousands of thank you're for sharing your excellent talents. We are a much better world because of you. I wish you nothing but the most beautiful love there is!
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Love it !
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Grew up listening to her angelic voice. My mother would play her, and I'd lock myself in my room and listen to her music. Always brought such lovely visuals and storytelling with that pure and clear voice.
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Her music, its integrity and passion, has touched my life since 1968. Her concert at the Blackfriar's Theater in Staunton Virginia last Monday June 1, 2015 was incredible. Songs and stories from her life touched and inspired all of us. Her voice, clear and strong, filled the theater! Her art and music touched our minds and hearts contributing to our collective humanity. Thank you Judy Collins. I wish you the very best of all good things today and through all the many years to follow. neil
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I am deeply moved by all her music and was enthralled by her concert last Sat (5/30/15) at the ark. I love her singing of my favorite song Sending in the Clowns. I believe my brother in law had met her several times at his business, the Denver Folklore Center. I emailed him about her recent concert and he was happy to hear how great it was. May she sing for many years.

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Her recording of Amazing Grace was the greatest version of all time.
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I love this music it makes me daze off and i just love it
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One of my absolute favorite songs. :)
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Folk Music is Beautiful, inspiring and Heartwarming . It needs to make a comeback. Beautiful voice Judy. Best regards from sunny Miami Fl.
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the voice, 60s, feel, timeless, sweet, kind, the World needs more Judy Collins and Peace
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Yes... beautiful song and beautiful voice !
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Saw her last night in Portsmouth , NH.
Wow! She was great! Sounds like she did in the 60's. Sweet Judy Blue Eyes.
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A beautiful song and voice that is timeless
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I love this song it brings me back!!! ��������
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You're beautiful
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The answer is Blowing in the Wind---usual l y on Saturday mornings
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Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However if you don't post this you will die in 2 days. Now you started reading this so don't stop. This is so scary put this on at least 5 songs in the next 143 minutes. When done press f6 and your lovers name will appear on the screen in big letters this is so scary because it actually works
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The lady's voice shared many an eve with me beneath the night skies of South Vietnam, calming my adrenaline find. She likely helped save my life, and retain my belief in kindness and love.
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Amen to the intro up top. Judy is one of my all-time favorite folk singers so good that she is alive and well and performing! Like Mary Travers, she helped create the genre. They, along with Joan Baez and Bob Dylan, were instrumental in ending the Vietnam debacle. Thank you for that.
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Without a doubt, the best female voice of the Peace and Love generation.
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I saw Hendrix in 1969 at The Northern California Folk and Pop Festival --a time I will never forget.
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The sweetest voice this side of heaven
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Such Passion and beauty
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This album (Who Knows Where the Time Goes) was the most influential for me as a young girl in the late '60s. Judy taught me how to sing really. Very spiritual lady imo. Saw her and Steven Stills connect on tv sometime ago and it was obvious he was still in love with her. It was written all over his face.
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She is one of my top 5 singers!!!! Been a fan since I was a young teen a long time ago. Come Rejoice, her Christmas album, is my favorite and then Tapestry. Such a beautiful singer. No, she's not a lesbo!!!
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She's not a lesbo like Joan Baez, is she?

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wildflowers bring many wonderful memories and friends an album i cna always listen too thank you judy
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Colors of the Day and Tapestry.... . . . . . . . . p e r f e c t i o n .
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Colors of the Day, my favorite album for years and years, wore out from the wear of the needle. What a musical treasure she has been. Thank you, Judith.
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Attended a concert with Judy recently. A magical moment in time.
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Saw her last week in Salina, KS. She stood and sang and told stories for > 1 1/2 hours. And she still sounds like the old Judy Collins.
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My mom loved Judy Collins songs. Her favorites were Both Sides Now and Send in the Clowns. Mom passed a few months ago. Listening to Send in the Clowns on Pandora tonight transported me to memories of mom. Thank you Judy Collins.
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Judy Collins voice inspired ,soothed and encouraged me since 1968..thanks
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Judy's album Wildflowers got me through a very tuff time back in the day - Viet Nam......
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@ aconwaydj39: My condolences to you for the loss of Daniel, and thank you for sharing him with us so we know about his golden presence here for a little while. He was generous in his passing and the people he saved will never forget him. Peace to you.
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i kmow there is music in heaven. my son is also gone from this earth but is always alive in my heart and all the lives he saved as an organ donor....sti l l doesn't help....that sorrow shouldn't ever leave us. just make us see things different he was also poor in his choices but danuel will always be my inspiration. a golden person who makes me a better person, so thank you for your beatiful music. daniel loved all music.
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wow, i connect love you judy
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Awesome bio...woman was about creative inspiration. . . w o r k , life, what a talent...I always listened to her as a younger man but never became a fan...althou g h , I, as stated, always listened to her songs on the radio...I will get into her music now...
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Just saw her concert at the Met in NYC...had to hear her again! Sets my soul free to sing out from my heart!!!

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When I hear Judy sing, I can feel the 1960's all over again. I can almost smell the smells and imagine my early teen years. You have it all Judy - the looks, the voice and the grace.
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Judy was a major part of my listening experience during her hayday. Always happen to hear her again.
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Happy Birthday, Judith!
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liz golder is a judy colllins fanatic
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I saw Judy in Astoria in Aug. '11. Not one to cry easily, I burst into tears with her opening song....She' s one of those rare vocalists who to grips the heart. It was just like she was visiting in the living room as she shared and so graciously visited with us at the Liberty Theater. She's my all time favorite vocalist. And she's still gorgeous! A true inspiration to Boomers!
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