Title: The Hostage
Style: Folk, Vocal
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Judy Collins - The Hostage. Masonic Auditorium (San Francisco, CA), 08/24/1973. By Paste Magazine November 5, 2006. Music Audio Judy Collins. Judy Collins was among the pioneers of the folk movement that launched Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Tom Paxton and Joni Mitchell in Greenwich Village during the early 1960s. By the time this concert was recorded by Bill Graham in 1973, Collins had attained her greatest commercial success with the Mitchell-penned "Both Sides No. On this tour she was promoting her True Stories and Other Dreams album, which became another commercial success for the soft-spoken Northeasterner
Bonnie Ship the Diamond" (Traditional, arranged by Judy Collins) 2:17. Farewell to Tarwathie" (Traditional) 5:08. LP Side Two; Cassette Side One, continued). The Hostage" (Tom Paxton) 2:49. La Colombe" (Jacques Brel) 5:05. Coal Tattoo" (Billy Edd Wheeler) 3:04. Carry It On" (Gil Turner) 2:49. Bread and Roses" (Music, 1976, by Mimi Fariña; Poem, 1912, by James Oppenheim) 3:06. Marat/Sade" (Musical setting by Richard Peaslee, Peter Weiss, Geoffrey Skelton and Adrian Mitchell; Play by Peter Shaffer) 5:38. Judy Collins – vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards. Produced by Mark Abramson, David Anderle, Jac Holzman, Ann Purtill, Arif Mardin. Engineered by Glenn Berger, John Haeny, David Jones, Jay Messina, Phil Ramone, John Wood, Shelly Yakus.
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Written-By – Tom Paxton
Written-By – Judy Collins
- Producer – Judy Collins, Mark Abramson
NotesBoth tracks from "True Stories And Other Dreams"
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- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): EK-PR-JC-3-A
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): EK-PR-JC-3-B