Sunday, August 21, 2022

Judy Collins - Discography - 320kbps

Judy Collins

Of the artists who enjoyed success in the folk music boom of the early '60s, very few had a career as long and varied as Judy Collins, in large part because she displayed a stylistic range matched by few of her peers. While Collins was a gifted songwriter who penned a few of her best songs, including "Since You Asked," "My Father," and "Secret Gardens," it was her talent and versatility as an interpretive vocalist that brought her lasting success. Collins had a strong, clear voice that was adaptable to everything from Appalachian folk (1961's A Maid of Constant Sorrow), pop-inflected folk-rock (her hit cover of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now" from 1967's Wildflowers), show tunes ("Send in the Clowns" from 1975's Judith), artful a cappella ("Amazing Grace" and "Farewell to Tarwathie" from 1970's Whales & Nightingales), ambitious narrative pieces ("Marat/Sade" from 1966's In My Life, "Che" from 1973's True Stories & Other Dreams), and the work of contemporary songwriters such as Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, and Jacques Brel. The unifying factors of Collins' work have always been the maturity and depth in her performances and a commitment to quality songwriting, and she's upheld her high standards through a career that has spanned six decades.


Lozza said...

I can't seem to save the file? It keeps telling me 'failed download' , even though I have enough space!

Ozzieguy said...

Hello Lozza, I shall have a look and see why that is happening.

lival said...

would you have any chance of posting Willie Nelson's discography?

Ozzieguy said...

Yes lival I could and probably will once I find all my LPs and CDs to share.

LOFC said...

Thank you!

Hitparade said...

Hi Ozzie Guy,

Thank you for all the music.

Awhile ago you listed a friend of yours blog, which was very good, but now he has taken it private. Could you please tell me how to contact him? Thank you.

Ozzieguy said...

Hello Hitparade
OK, I will chat with him and let him know.