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  1. "Whales and Nightingales" was the third (and, I believe, the last, unfortunately) of the collaborations between Judy Collins and Joshua Rifkin, who, beginning with "In My Life" and then "Wildflowers," blended his classical touch with Ms. Collins' unique voice; their collaboration resulted in a series of remarkable productions/5(44).
  2. NIGHTINGALE Words and Music by Judy Collins Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP)/ The Wildflowers Company (ASCAP) (Administered by Universal Music Corp.) Jacob’s heart bent with fear, Like a bow with death for its arrow; In Vain he search for the final truth To set his soul free of doubt.
  3. Judy Collins. Judith "Judy" Marjorie Collins (born May 1, ) 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. She is an alumna of MacMurray College, Jacksonville, Illinois. more».
  4. Album Whales and Nightingales. Amazing Grace Lyrics. The recording here is by Judy Collins in For two years after that release, her version spent 67 weeks on the charts. Nightingale.
  5. Aug 14,  · Provided to YouTube by Elektra Records Nightingale I · Judy Collins Whales & Nightingales ℗ Elektra/Asylum Records Engineer: John Haeny Producer: Mark Abramson Writer: Judy Collins Auto.
  6. Nightingale II This song is by Judy Collins and appears on the album Whales & Nightingales (). Jacob's heart bent with fear, Like a bow with death for its arrow, In Vain he search for the final truth To set his soul free of doubt. Over the mountains he walked, With his head bent searching for reasons, Then he called out to God For help and climbed to the top of a hill. Wind swept the.
  7. Arranged By, Adapted By – Judy Collins: B1: Time Passes Slowly Arranged By [Strings] – John Nagy Written-By – Bob Dylan: B2: Marieke Arranged By, Conductor – Joshua Rifkin Written-By – Gerard Jouannest*, Jacques Brel: B3: Nightingale I Written-By – Judy Collins: B4: Nightingale II/5(7).
  8. Listen free to Judy Collins – Whales and Nightingales (Song for David, Sons Of and more). 13 tracks (). Judy Collins found herself in the Top 40 with her adaptation of "Amazing Grace." Whales & Nightingales is full of good songs ranging from Bob Dylan's "Time Passes Slowly" to songs by Jacques Brel and Pete Seeger.

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