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Judy Collins - True Stories album download


Judy Collins


True Stories


Pop / Folk / Country

MP3 album size:

1867 mb

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4.8 ✱


Vocal, Folk



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Judy Collins - True Stories album download

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 40. A Maid of Constant Sorrow (1961).

Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). But True Stories boasts five of her own songs out of nine total, making it mostly hers. She took time off to focus on songwriting after the success of Whales and Nightingales. Warner's filled in with her 1970-71 concert tour album Living, and in mid 1972 released Colors of the Day-The Best of Judy Collins. True Stories was finally released in early 1973 and quickly rose to number 27 on the charts. The cover speaks volumes about the album. The photo seems almost to be a painting in dark and somber colors. On it, Judy looks pensive, moody, reflective, melancholy and sad. The album contains.

Album by Judy Collins. The Dealer (Down and Losin'). Holly Ann. The Hostage. MusicBrainz: True Stories and Other Dreams. this site: True Stories and Other Dreams.

True Stories & Other Dreams. Judy Collins took a little longer than her usual one year between album releases before delivering True Stories & Other Dreams while Elektra Records filled the gap with a greatest-hits LP, Colors of the Day/The Best of Judy Collins. When Collins was ready with the new disc in January 1973 (it was actually her first studio album in more than two years, although the live Living of 1971 had contained mostly newly recorded songs), it became apparent what had required the extra time: five of the nine tracks were original songs penned by Collins herself.

Artists Judy Collins True Stories (and Other Dreams). True Stories (and Other Dreams) Judy Collins. True Stories (and Other Dreams). This album has an average beat per minute of 108 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 74/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist True Stories (and Other Dreams).

More By Judy Collins. See All. The Very Best of Judy Collins. Both Sides Now - The Very Best Of. 2014. Send in the Clowns - The Best Of.

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. Collins experienced the biggest success of her career with her cover of Stephen Sondheim's "Send in the Clowns" from her best-selling 1975 album Judith. The single charted on the Billboard Pop Singles chart in 1975 and then again in 1977, spending 27 nonconsecutive weeks on the chart and earning Collins a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female, as well as a Grammy Award for Sondheim for Song of the Year. Stories To Remember Presents Baby's Bedtime released: Live at Wolf Trap released: Classic Folk released

Living (Judy Collins album). Live album by Judy Collins. It peaked at No 64 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. In addition to Collins' own work, the album included songs by Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen, as well as a song by Stacy Keach, with whom Collins was having an affair at the time. Joan of Arc" (Leonard Cohen) – 5:55. Four Strong Winds" (Ian Tyson) – 3:45. Vietnam Love Song" (Eric Bentley, Arnold Black) – 3:56. Innisfree" (Hamilton Camp, . Song for Judith (Open The Door)" (Judy Collins) – 4:05.

The Judy Collins Concert 1964. Judy Collins' Fifth Album 1965. Who Knows Where the Time Goes 1968. Whales & Nightingales 1970. True Stories and Other Dreams 1973. Bread and Roses 1976. Hard Times for Lovers 1979. Running for My Life 1980. Times of Our Lives 1982.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Cook With Honey
Written-By – Valerie Carter
A2 So Begins The Task
Written-By – Stephen Stills
A3 Fishermen Song
Written-By – Judy Collins
A4 The Dealer (Down And Losin')
Written-By – Bob Ruzicka
A5 Secret Gardens
Written-By – Judy Collins
B1 Holly Ann
Written-By – Judy Collins
B2 The Hostage
Written-By – Tom Paxton
B3 Song For Martin
Written-By – Judy Collins
B4 Ché
Written-By – Judy Collins

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  • Distributed By – WEA Records Ltd.


  • Producer – Judy Collins, Mark Abramson


Gatefold sleeve and printed credit inner sleeve.
Category variations and locations
Sleeve front: Elektra K 42132
Sleeve spine: K 42132
Sleeve back: K42132 Stereo
Disc labels: K 42132 (EKS 75053)

On the sleeve:
℗ & © 1973 An Elektra Record distributed by WEA Records Ltd.
Made in England by Robor Limited.
On the labels:
Made in UK
℗ 1973

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: K•42132•A1
  • Matrix / Runout: K•42132•B1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EKS-75053 Judy Collins True Stories And Other Dreams ‎(LP, Album, San) Elektra EKS-75053 US 1973
P-8365E Judy Collins True Stories And Other Dreams ‎(LP, Promo) Elektra P-8365E Japan 1973
K 42132, EKS-75053 Judy Collins True Stories And Other Dreams ‎(LP, Album, RE) Elektra, Elektra K 42132, EKS-75053 UK 1976
EST 75053-C Judy Collins True Stories And Other Dreams ‎(Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album) Elektra EST 75053-C US 1973
EKS-75053 Judy Collins True Stories And Other Dreams ‎(LP, Album) Elektra EKS-75053 Australia 1973

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