- Performer:Judy Collins
- Title:So Early in the Spring...The First 15 Years
- Date of release:1977
- Size FLAC version1469 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1716 megabytes
- Size WMA version1104 megabytes
- Formats:RA MOD AIFF ASF VOC AC3
So Early in the Spring (Judy Collins album). The First 15 Years, (or simply So Early in the Spring) is a compilation album by the American folk singer Judy Collins, first released as a double LP in 1977. It peaked at No. 42 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. The LP featured album portraits by renowned photographer Richard Avedon. LP Side One; Cassette Side One).
Unfortunately, it came out at a point when Collins' career momentum was slowing, and a little too long after her unexpected chart hit "Send in the Clowns. In addition, all of Collins' albums were still in print at the time, and there was nothing here that wasn't on those LPs. This collection could be of little interest to anyone but hardcore fans - and they were the people who needed it least.
Judith "Judy" Marjorie Collins (born May 1, 1939) is an American singer and songwriter, known for her eclectic tastes in the material she records (which has included folk, show tunes, pop, rock and roll and standards), and for her social activism. The First 15 Years Album. Missing lyrics by Judy Collins? Know any other songs by Judy Collins?
Mastered By – Bob Ludwig. Photography – Richard Avedon. Producer – Judy Collins. Producer – Ann Purtill. Remix – Glenn Berger (tracks: A6, B5, C1). Notas. 500-199/200 S Distribuido por Hispavox . Outras versões (5 de 10) Ver tudo.
Judy Collins is an album by American folk singer Judy Collins released in 1963. It spent 10 weeks on Billboard's Top 150 album charts in 1964, peaking at on May 16. Jim (later Roger) McGuinn worked as an arranger and played guitar and banjo on the album. Times of Our Lives released: 1980. Hard Times for Lovers released: 1979. So Early in the Spring, the First 15 Years released: 1977. Bread & Roses released: 1976. Recollections released: 1976. True Stories (and Other Dreams) released: 1973. Colors of the Day: The Best of Judy Collins released: 1972.
The discography of Judy Collins, an American singer and songwriter, consists of 28 studio albums, 4 live albums, numerous compilation albums, 4 holiday albums, and 14 singles. She has 2 Platinum certified albums, which includes a greatest hits collection, and 4 Gold certified albums. 11 of her singles have charted on the Billboard Hot 100, with 5 of them hitting the Top 40, and 12 have charted on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, with 11 hitting the Top 4. .The First 15 Years (1977) (15th anniversary collection) (. Wind Beneath My Wings (1992). Forever: An Anthology (1997).
So Early In The Spring-The First 15 Years (1977). Colors Of The Day - The Best Of Judy Collins (1972). Who Knows Where The Time Goes (1968). Lyrics for album: Judy Collins Sings Leonard Cohen: Democracy (2004). Democracy (New Recording). Priests (LP Version). Lyrics for album: Hard Times For Lovers (2003). I'll Never Say Goodbye. Lyrics for album: Judy Collins Wildflower Festival (2003). Lyrics for album: Times Of Our Lives (2003).
So Early In The Spring. Judy Collins - Farewell to Tarwathie. dl. Judy Collins - La Colombe. Judy Collins - Send in the Clowns.
The First 15 Years, (or simply So Early in the Spring) is a compilation album by the American folk singer Judy Collins, first released as a double LP in 1977. Pretty Polly" (on LP not on, not on Cassette release)(Traditional). So Early, Early in the Spring" (Traditional). Since You Asked" (Judy Collins). Born To The Breed" (Judy Collins). My Father" (Judy Collins). Holly Ann" (Judy Collins).
CreditsMark Abramson - Producer
David Anderle - Producer
Glenn Berger - Engineer
Jacques Brel - Composer
Leonard Cohen - Composer
Judy Collins - Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Mimi Fariña - Composer
Pat & Victoria Garvey - Composer
John Haeny - Engineer
Jac Holzman - Producer
David Jones - Engineer
Gérard Jouannest - Composer
Arif Mardin - Producer
Billy Mernit - Composer
Jay Messina - Engineer
Joni Mitchell - Composer
Jim Oppenheim - Composer
Tom Paxton - Composer
Richard Peaslee - Composer
Ann Purtill - Producer
Phil Ramone - Engineer
Stephen Sondheim - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Gil Turner - Composer
Billy Edd Wheeler - Composer
John Wood - Engineer
Shelly Yakus - Engineer
|1||So Early, Early in the Spring Traditional||Judy Collins||3:10|
|2||Pretty Saro Traditional||Judy Collins|
|3||Golden Apples of the Sun Traditional||Judy Collins|
|4||Bonnie Ship the Diamond Judy Collins / Traditional||Judy Collins|
|5||Farewell to Tarwathie Judy Collins||Judy Collins|
|6||The Hostage Tom Paxton||Judy Collins|
|7||La Colombe Jacques Brel||Judy Collins|
|8||Coal Tattoo Billy Edd Wheeler||Judy Collins|
|9||Carry It On Gil Turner||Judy Collins|
|10||Bread and Roses Mimi Fariña / Jim Oppenheim||Judy Collins|
|11||Marat/Sade Richard Peaslee||Judy Collins|
|12||Bird on a Wire Leonard Cohen||Judy Collins|
|13||Special Delivery Billy Mernit||Judy Collins|
|14||The Lovin' of the Game Pat & Victoria Garvey||Judy Collins|
|15||Both Sides Now Joni Mitchell||Judy Collins|
|16||Marieke Jacques Brel / Gérard Jouannest||Judy Collins|
|17||Send in the Clowns Stephen Sondheim||Judy Collins|
|18||Since You Asked Judy Collins||Judy Collins|
|19||Born to the Breed Judy Collins||Judy Collins|
|20||My Father Judy Collins||Judy Collins|
|21||Holly Ann Judy Collins||Judy Collins|
|22||Houses Judy Collins||Judy Collins|
|23||Secret Gardens Judy Collins||Judy Collins|