Amazing Grace is an album by Judy Collins, released in 1985 by the UK record label Telstar. It was her first album after ending her 24-year association with Elektra and was recorded and released in 1985 in the UK as a Christmas offering.
Produced by Tony Britten. Album Whales and Nightingales. Amazing Grace Lyrics. Amazing grace, how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me I once was lost, but now am found Was blind, but now can see. 'Twas grace that taught my heart to fear And grace my fears relieved How precious did that grace appear The hour I first believed. It’s a very personal spiritual that describes a profound religious experience.
The Very Best of Judy Collins is a greatest hits album by singer/songwriter Judy Collins. It includes highlights of her career through 1975. All tracks are taken from her Elektra studio albums with one exception, the single version of Collins' biggest hit "Both Sides Now", which peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard singles chart. Turn! Turn! Turn!" (Pete Seeger) – 3:40. So Early, Early in the Spring" (Traditional) – 3:12. Suzanne" (Leonard Cohen) – 4:26. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues" (Bob Dylan) – 5:08.
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Amazing Grace is an album by Judy Collins, released in 1985 by the UK record label Telstar. Recollections released: 1976. True Stories (and Other Dreams) released: 1973. Colors of the Day: The Best of Judy Collins released: 1972. Living released: 1971. Whales and Nightingales released: 1970.
Singer Judy Collins was, along with Joan Baez, one of the two major interpretive singers to emerge from the folk revival of the late '50s and early '60s. Like Baez, she began singing traditional folk songs, then moved on to popularize the work of contemporary singer/songwriters, even writing her own songs occasionally. Collins contracted with the British Telstar label for an album of inspirational material named after a re-recording of "Amazing Grace" (which had been a huge hit in the . and it made the charts in Great Britain in December 1985. When she signed to the startup label Gold Castle in 1987, she used some of this material and a few new tracks to assemble Trust Your Heart (April 13, 1987), released to coincide with the publication of her autobiography of the same title. She followed it with a live album, Sanity and Grace.
JUDY COLLINS - "Amazing Grace" with the Boston Pops Orchestra 1976. The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards - Amazing Grace. Judy Collins & The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards - Amazing Grace (HD). Farewell To Tarwathie - Judy Collins.
|A2||Since You Asked||2:33|
|A3||Both Sides Now||3:14|
|A6||Farewell To Tarwathie||5:34|
|B1||Who Knows Where The Time Goes||4:40|
|B2||Sunny Goodge Street||2:56|
|B5||In My Life||2:53|
|EKS-75030||Judy Collins||Colors Of The Day (The Best Of Judy Collins) (LP, Comp, Pit)||Elektra||EKS-75030||US||1972|
|EKS-75030||Judy Collins||Colors Of The Day (The Best Of Judy Collins) (LP, Comp, Club, RCA)||Elektra||EKS-75030||US||1972|
|75030-2||Judy Collins||Colors Of The Day The Best Of Judy Collins (CD, Comp)||Elektra||75030-2||US||1988|
|42.110 U||Judy Collins||Colors Of The Day The Best Of Judy Collins (LP, Comp)||Elektra||42.110 U||France||1972|
|GZS-1130||Judy Collins||Colors Of The Day The Best Of Judy Collins (CD, Comp, RM)||DCC Compact Classics||GZS-1130||US||1998|