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9 thoughts on “ Sunny Goodge Street - Judy Collins - In My Life (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Judith, Judy Collins's 12th album not counting anthologies, was her biggest album ever in sales, but also her last album to make the top twenty. It was fueled by her hit version of Send In the Clowns, a rare single that was a chart hit in two non consecutive years, and , being a /5(61).
  2. In My Life is an album by American singer and songwriter Judy Collins, released in It peaked at No. 46 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts in Working with arranger Joshua Rifkin, many of.
  3. On the firefly platform on sunny Goodge Street, Violent ash smokers shook a chocolate machine. Involved in an eating scene. Smashing into neon lights in their stoners Smearing their eyes on the crazy coke goddess Listening to sounds Of Mingus Mellow Fantastic. "My, my," they sigh. La la la la la la la la la la la la la la In dollhouse runes.
  4. Judy Collins #3 With a nearly Triple Plus (A++ to A+++) side one and a seriously good Double Plus (A++) side two, this pressing will be very hard to beat - exceptionally QUIET vinyl too The "breath of life" is alive and well on these old LPs, the best reason for the .
  5. Nov 21,  · referencing In My Life, LP, Album, EKS My copy has JUDY COLLINS written on the labels below spindle hole and "IN MY LIFE" below the name. Cover has "EKL" printed in lower left corner and a small golden sticker "STEREO" (black letters) on upper part of cover front right/5().
  6. Judy Collins has a spectacular voice and the selections in Colors of the Day show it off beautifully. I have loved listening to this album since it first came out as an LP, and I love it just as much now. No one who enjoys listening to Judy sing would be disappointed in any way with this CD/5(69).
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  8. Aug 17,  · Donovan's "Sunny Goodge Street," which Collins covers here, might be described as surrealist, or, too loosely, "Jazz." In fact, it's what in the 60's we simply called "head music, which.

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