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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Judy Collins</span> American singer and songwriter

Judith Marjorie Collins is an American singer-songwriter and musician with a career spanning seven decades. An Academy Award-nominated documentary director and a Grammy Award-winning recording artist, she is known for her eclectic tastes in the material she records, for her social activism, and for the clarity of her voice. Her discography consists of 36 studio albums, nine live albums, numerous compilation albums, four holiday albums, and 21 singles.

<i>No Jacket Required</i> 1985 studio album by Phil Collins

No Jacket Required is the third solo studio album by English drummer and singer-songwriter Phil Collins. It was released on 18 February 1985 by Virgin Records in the UK and by Atlantic and WEA internationally.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Ronnie Van Zant</span> American singer (1948–1977)

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Suite: Judy Blue Eyes</span> Song of Crosby, Stills & Nash

"Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" is a song written by Stephen Stills and performed by Crosby, Stills & Nash (CSN). It appeared on the group's self-titled debut album in 1969 and was released as a single, reaching number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart. In Canada, "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" peaked at number 11. The song imitates the form of a classical music suite as an ordered set of musical pieces.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">These Are the Days of Our Lives</span> 1991 single by Queen

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<i>Have You Seen Me Lately</i> 1990 studio album by Carly Simon

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Phil Collins discography</span>

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"Turn! Turn! Turn!", also known as or subtitled "To Everything There Is a Season", is a song written by Pete Seeger in 1959. The lyrics – except for the title, which is repeated throughout the song, and the final two lines – consist of the first eight verses of the third chapter of the biblical Book of Ecclesiastes. The song was originally released in 1962 as "To Everything There Is a Season" on the folk group the Limeliters' album Folk Matinee, and then some months later on Seeger's own The Bitter and the Sweet.

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"Both Sides, Now" is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell. First recorded by Judy Collins, it appeared on the US singles chart during the fall of 1968. The next year it was included on Mitchell's album Clouds, and became one of her best-known songs. It has since been recorded by dozens of artists, including Dion in 1968, Clannad with Paul Young in 1991, and Mitchell herself who re-recorded the song with an orchestral arrangement on her 2000 album Both Sides Now.

<i>Judith</i> (album) 1975 studio album by Judy Collins

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<i>So Early in the Spring</i> (Judy Collins album) 1977 compilation album by Judy Collins

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<i>Running for My Life</i> 1980 studio album by Judy Collins

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<i>Times of Our Lives</i> (Judy Collins album) 1982 studio album by Judy Collins

Times of Our Lives is the fourteenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Judy Collins, released in February 1982 by Elektra Records. It peaked at No. 190 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. In 1981, prior to the album's release, Collins appeared on the CBS soap opera Guiding Light, performing two songs from the (then) forthcoming album: "Great Expectations" and "It's Gonna Be One of Those Nights".

"Someday Soon" is a song composed by Canadian singer-songwriter Ian Tyson who recorded the song with Sylvia Fricker as the duo Ian & Sylvia in 1963. Cited by Richie Unterberger of Allmusic as "clearly point[ing] toward [its writer's] future C&W/cowboy direction", "Someday Soon" would be brought to prominence via a 1968 recording by Judy Collins, and subsequently recorded by a number of artists primarily in the country and western field. In 2010 "Someday Soon" was honored by the Western Writers of America as one of the "Top 100 Western Songs" of all time.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Jonas Fjeld</span> Norwegian singer, songwriter, and guitarist

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Sweetheart Like You</span> 1983 single by Bob Dylan

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