Download Time Passes Slowly - Judy Collins - Whales And Nightingales (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1971
Label: Elektra - EKS 75010 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Soft Rock


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  1. Arashikasa

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    Label: Elektra - EKS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Soft Rock Judy Collins - Whales And Nightingales (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(7).
  2. Vuzuru

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    Arranged By, Adapted By – Judy Collins: B1: Time Passes Slowly Arranged By [Strings] – John Nagy Written-By – Bob Dylan: B2: Marieke Written-By – Gerard Jouannest*, Jacques Brel: B3: Nightingale I Written-By – Judy Collins: B4: Nightingale II Written-By – Joshua Rifkin, Judy Collins: B5: Simple Gifts /5(35).
  3. Mora

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    Whales & Nightingales is a album by Judy linksupavinghoffpo.mecderoketadedatcudawadingnorr.co peaked at No. 17 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts.. The album included material by Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, Jacques Brel and Joan Baez, as well as Collins' top-forty version of "Amazing Grace", and the traditional "Farewell to Tarwathie", on which Collins sang to the accompaniment of humpback linksupavinghoffpo.mecderoketadedatcudawadingnorr.co: Folk.
  4. Tygotaxe

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    Whale and Nightingales was Judy Collins' s third album in a row to receive a gold record, the others being Wildflowers and Who Knows Where the Time Goes. These three extraordinary albums were the apex of her recording career and she had found this large audience by her unerring choice of songs from some of the best contemporary songwriters /5(45).
  5. Yozshujora

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    Judy Collins found herself in the Top 40 with her adaptation of "Amazing Grace." Whales & Nightingales is full of good songs ranging from Bob Dylan's "Time Passes Slowly" to songs by Jacques Brel and Pete Seeger. Collins also had a hit with her adaptation of the song "Farewell to Tarwathie" which she sang over the accompaniment of Humpback Whales. It opened new doors for her and for .
  6. Teshakar

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    Commento: JUDY COLLINS Whales And Nightingales ( UK first issue Elektra butterfly label track vinyl LP including Song For David The Patriot Game and Simple Gift housed in a embossed and textured picture sleeve. Apart from one small area of sticker residue the sleeve shows little wear the vinyl looks barely played EKS).
  7. Shakasida

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    I was very happy to rediscover this CD of an album that I owned years ago. "Whales and Nightingales" was the third (and, I believe, the last, unfortunately) of the collaborations between Judy Collins and Joshua Rifkin, who, beginning with "In My Life" and then "Wildflowers," blended his classical touch with Ms. Collins' unique voice; their collaboration resulted in a series of remarkable /5(31).
  8. Moogurn

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    Judy Collins' album Whales and Nightingales was one of her most popular releases, mixing material by the likes of Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Jacques Brel with bold treatments of traditional folk songs, including one that incorporates actual recordings of whales (Farewell to Tarwathie). - Time Passes Slowly: Dylan, but with a delicacy of /5(31).

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