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Whale Songs: A look at a music phenomenon that made a real difference

Whales: they’re big, they’re smart and they’re…surprisingly adept musicians.  Considered to have one of the most complicated song patterns in the animal kingdom, this talent would soon come to save a whole whack of ’em. 261 more words

Music History

Judy Collins Returns to Honokaʻa

Anything worth having is worth the wait, and no one knows this better than musical folk icon Judy Collins. Her 2016 release, “Silver Skies Blue,” was nominated for a 2017 Grammy Award in the category for best folk album — a prodigious 48 years after her first, and only, Grammy win in the same category. 70 more words

Arts And Entertainment

"Our Steps Will Always Rhyme..."

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Leonard Cohen and Judy Collins singing Cohen’s “Hey That’s No Way to Say Good-Bye.” I like this version better than either of each artist’s solo take because of the beautiful harmony here by Judy Collins. 6 more words

Life

High Flyin'

I would have been 13 or 14 years old when one day I heard this funny little song about outhouses on the radio. It was Billy Edd Wheeler’s “Ode to the Little Brown Shack Out Back.” It got a lot of play for a few weeks before local radio returned to its breathless documentation of the British Invasion. 671 more words

Lexington-Today

Saturday Song: Both Sides Now by Judy Collins

Last week, I heard on National Public Radio that Judy Collins and Steve Stills from Crosby, Stills, and Nash have just released a new album together. 121 more words

Abbie Johnson Taylor