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Wildflowers is the seventh studio album by Judy Collins, released in 1967. It is her highest charting album to date, reaching No. 5 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. It included her Top 10 hit version of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides, Now". The album was arranged by Joshua Rifkin and produced by Mark Abramson. Collins' recording "Albatross" was used in the 1968 film adaptation of The Subject Was Roses.

Judy Collins' last straight, folk-based album of the 1960s, 5th Album marks her transition from a "maid of constant sorrow" to a bona fide artist. With its covers ranging from Lennon and McCartney to adaptations from The Threepenny Opera, 1966's In My Life would readily attest to this. But 5th Album, cut in late 1964, may very well be her definitive folk statement. A trio of Bob Dylan songs act as the album's centerpiece, clearly showing Collins' growth into more progressive songs

In My Life (Judy Collins album). In My Life is an album by American singer and songwriter Judy Collins, released in 1966. It peaked at No. 46 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts in 1967. Working with arranger Joshua Rifkin, many of the songs on the album featured dramatic orchestral arrangements, a departure from Collins' previous albums, which had all been more straightforward folk music.

Fifth Album was an album by Judy Collins, released in 1965. 69 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. It featured a collection of traditional ballads and singer-songwriter material from Bob Dylan, Richard Fariña, Phil Ochs and Malvina Reynolds. A number of the songs were topical in nature, particularly Ochs' "In the Heat of the Summer" (which chronicled the Harlem riot of 1964), and Reynolds' "It Isn't Nice".

The Fifth album is the culmination of her acoustic guitar era, following much the same format as her earlier albums with a backup of acoustic guitars and bass and a second experiment adding a cello part to the backup, in this case the traditional ballad Lord Gregory, rendering it even more sad and poignant than it already was. The strongest impression left by the album is it's sheer beauty. This is one of the most lovely albums you'll ever listen to, full of beautiful melodies and skillful guitar playing. Everything Judy Collins was about shines on this album and it's a real must for any fan. But times were changing by late 1965. Dylan had performed his notorious electric set at the Newport Folk Festival on July 20th, and around the time Judy's album was released in October Like a Rolling Stone had reached on Billboard's Hot 100.

Album · 1964 · 12 Songs. The Very Best of Judy Collins. Three of a Kind (Re-Recorded Versions).

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A1 Pack Up Your Sorrows
Bass – Bill TakasDulcimer – Richard Fariña*Guitar [2nd] – Eric Weisberg*Written-By – Pauline Marden, Richard Fariña*
A2 The Coming Of The Roads
Written-By – Billy Edd Wheeler
A3 So Early, Early In The Spring
Guitar [2nd] – Eric Weisberg*Written-By – Trad.*
A4 Tomorrow Is A Long Time
Bass – Bill Lee Written-By – Bob Dylan
A5 Daddy You've Been On My Mind
Bass – Bill Lee Guitar [2nd] – Danny KalbWritten-By – Bob Dylan
A6 Thirsty Boots
Bass – Bill TakasGuitar [2nd] – Eric Weisberg*Jew's Harp [Mouth Harp] – John SebastianWritten-By – Eric Andersen
B1 Mr. Tambourine Man
Bass – Bill Lee Written-By – Bob Dylan
B2 Lord Gregory
Cello – Bob Sylvester*Written-By – Trad.*
B3 In The Heat Of The Summer
Written-By – Phil Ochs
B4 Early Morning Rain
Bass – Bill Lee Guitar [2nd] – Eric Weisberg*Written-By – Gordon Lightfoot
B5 Carry It On
Dulcimer – Richard Fariña*Written-By – Gil Turner
B6 It Isn't Nice
Bass – Chuck IsraelsFlute – Jerry DodgionGuitar [2nd], Vocals – Eric WeissbergWritten-By – Barbara Dane, Malvina Reynolds


  • Design [Cover Design] – William S. Harvey
  • Directed By [Recording Director] – Mark Abramson
  • Liner Notes – Richard Fariña*
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Jim Frawley
  • Recording Supervisor [Production Supervisor] – Jac Holzman


Also released in mono (EKL-300)
Second pressing: Big "E" tan labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side A): EKS-7300A (-2) 28-5 8-65
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side B): EKS-7300B (-2) 28-5 8-65

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EKS-7300 Judy Collins Judy Collins' Fifth Album ‎(LP, Album) Elektra EKS-7300 US 1965
EKS-7300 Judy Collins Judy Collins' Fifth Album ‎(LP, Album) Elektra EKS-7300 US 1965
EKL-300 Judy Collins Judy Collins' Fifth Album ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Promo) Elektra EKL-300 US 1965
EKL 300 Judy Collins Judy Collins' Fifth Album ‎(LP, Album) Elektra EKL 300 UK 1965
LDX-S-74333 Judy Collins Judy Collins N°2 ‎(LP, Album, RE) Le Chant Du Monde LDX-S-74333 France Unknown

Judy Collins - Judy Collins' Fifth Album FLAC album
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