This set is the select CD audio portion of a Judy Collins stage performance at Dromoland Castle in County Clare, Ireland on September 29, 2013, which was filmed and recorded for a concert television special that eventually aired in March of 2014. A mix of some of Collins' signature songs with traditional Celtic folk songs and stories, the CD set also includes duets with Irish singer Mary Black and New York-based singer and songwriter Ari Hest.
Living is a 1971 live Judy Collins album, taken from performances on the singer's 1970 concert tour. 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 co-written with 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.
Album · 2014 · 12 Songs. 29, 2013, Judy Collins performed at Dromoland Castle in County Clare, Ireland, for a PBS TV special that aired in March 2014 to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The combination of Collins’ folk music choices like Wild Mountain Thyme, John Riley, and Barbara Allen and Irish music classics such as Gypsy Rover, She Moved Through the Fair, Innisfree, and Danny Boy -all performed with Celtic flavor-lets the living legend’s never-aging voice flow into inventive and sympathetic territories. Irish singer Mary Black and New York–based Ari Hest guest
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).
The incomparable Judy Collins delivers a tour de force concert DVD with a live show that celebrates both her famous songs and the songs of her Irish heritage. The five star effort involves a full array of instrumentation, with Russell Walden, her musical director, on piano, as well as a penny whistle player, a violin section, a variety of stringed instruments, and bagpipes
Improved in 24 Hours. What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. Times of Our Lives is an album by Judy Collins, released in 1982. It peaked at on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. In 1981, prior to the album's release, Collins appeared on the CBS soap Guiding Light, performing two songs from the (then) forthcoming album: "Great Expectations" and "It's Gonna Be One of Those Nights".