Judy Collins peaks as a folk singer. By the time Judy Collins recorded this album in , the traditional strains of the folk revival were losing steam. That same year Dylan released a side of electric tunes on Bringing it All Back Home and plugged in for his set at Newport. She combined traditional tunes with contemporary compositions by Dylan, Ochs, and Farina, and gave each the benefit of her magnificently clear and moving voice. Her vocal captures both the overnight weariness of Dylan and the early morning wonder of McGuinn, creating a unique interpretation that stands tall among the many versions cut in You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.
Guy Webster, Photographer of Album Covers by The Doors and Rolling Stones, Dies at 79
Guy Webster, Photographer of Album Covers by the Doors and Byrds, Dies – Variety
I always say that I never took too many drugs — I always felt they would interfere with my drinking. As usual, she was more self-deprecating and humorous than the casual fan would expect. You know, my life has been as a touring artist. People started to return my calls. Whose idea was it? After we worked together on "Strangers," Ari and I met up for lunch, and he said he thought we should try to write together. And I said, "Fantastic.
Oh yeah, Both Sides, Now too. OTM for me. And music never makes me cry. Mostly, I don't know--I only have a best-of and a couple of studio albums. What a photo
He was He came from a show business family. And in that apartment was that s and s bathroom with all the tile. I put them in the bathtub and I set up my tripod and my big two-and-a-quarter camera and shot that picture. And in that picture was the toilet.