Judy Collins ‎– Home Again- 1984 Folk (vinyl)


Judy Collins ‎– Home Again- 1984 Folk (vinyl)

mint # 200

Collins had completed the tracks intended for her twentieth album release by Christmas of 1983: however Elektra president Bruce Lundvall recommended that she additionally record the Michael Masser/ Gerry Goffin composition "Home Again": Collins' first two album releases of the 1980s had evinced a marked decline in her popularity and Lundvall hoped that Collins, a product of the folk music boom, might score a career-boosting C&W hit with "Home Again" were she to duet with an established C&W star. Eventually T.G. Sheppard was recruited to partner Collins on "Home Again" with the track being cut in the summer of 1984 - that being the earliest that Michael Masser's schedule permitted his producing the session with Collins and Sheppard - and the Home Again album and its title cut being released in September 1984.[1][2] The "Home Again" single would in fact prove a mild C&W chart success stalling at #57 and the Home Againalbum became Collins' first to fall short of the Billboard 200 album chart since her first two albums issued in respectively 1962 and 1963, signalling Collins' departure from Elektra who had issued all twenty of her albums.

Elektra ‎– 96 03041
Vinyl, LP


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