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Judy Collins - Someday Soon flac album
  • Performer Judy Collins
  • Title Someday Soon
  • Date of release 1969
  • Country US
  • Style Folk
  • Other formats MOD AIFF DTS VQF DXD AC3 XM
  • Genre World & Folk & Country
  • Size MP3 1900 mb
  • Size FLAC 1497 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 178

Someday Soon" is a song composed by Canadian singer-songwriter Ian Tyson. He recorded the song with his wife, Sylvia Tyson, as the duo Ian & Sylvia in 1964. Although this version was not released as a single, the song has been recorded by Judy Collins, Moe Bandy and Suzy Bogguss, all of whom had chart success with it. Collins's version was issued as a single to the pop format, while Bandy's and Bogguss's versions were hit singles on country music radio.

Someday Soon Lyrics: There's a young man that I know, his age is twenty-one, Comes from down in southern Colorado, Just out of the service and he's looking for his fun, Someday soon, going with hi. My parents cannot stand him cause he rides the rodeo My father says that he will leave me cryin' I would follow him right down the toughest road I know Someday soon, going with him someday soon. And when he comes to call My pa ain't got a good word to say Guess it's cause he's just as wild in his younger days. So blow, you old blue northern, blow my love to me He's driving in tonight from California He loves his damned old rodeo as much as he loves me Someday soon, going with him someday soon

UCT – Someday Soon (Tribute Version Originall. :43. Разные исполнители – How Soon Is Now (Complete version originall. :54. Разные исполнители – Tell Me Why (Complete version originally.

Judy Collins visits the Smothers Brothers to sing her hit version of Ian Tyson's beloved rodeo song. Providing back-up in Judy's band are Michael Sahl on piano, Susan Evans on drums and Gene Taylor on stand-up bass. Judy says she learned the song from Stephen Stills during the summer of 1968 when he was playing electric guitar for her Who Knows Where The Time Goes LP recording sessions out in . This new, HD quality clip may take a few moments to download, but it is well worth the wait.

album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for JUDY COLLINS - "Someday Soon" July 2009. JUDY COLLINS - "Someday Soon" 1996. JUDY COLLINS & STEPHEN STILLS - "Someday Soon" with Graham Nash 1990.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Someday Soon
Engineer – John HaenyProducer – David AndersenWritten By – Ian Tyson
3:43
B My Father
Engineer – John HaenyProducer – David AnderleWritten By – Judy Collins
4:55

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co. – △74434

Notes

This is “FOR RADIO STATION USE ONLY”, MONO version, generic Elektra sleeve with die cut center hole with orange and tan Elektra symbols around hole with grey background (see picture)
‘My Father’ is Rocky Mt. Music (ASCAP) and ‘Someday Soon’ is Witmark (ASCAP)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): EK-45649-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): EK-45649-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched; "MR" stamped and circled): EKM-45649-A MON. MR T△74434
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched; "MR" stamped and circled): EKM-45649-B-RE MON. MR △74434-X
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EK-45649 Judy Collins Someday Soon ‎(7", Single) Elektra EK-45649 US 1969
ELK 12 064, ELK 12064 Judy Collins Someday Soon ‎(7", Single) Elektra, Elektra ELK 12 064, ELK 12064 Germany 1972
EK-45649 Judy Collins Someday Soon ‎(7", Promo, Rad) Elektra EK-45649 US 1969
EKSN 45053 Judy Collins Someday Soon ‎(7", Single) Elektra EKSN 45053 UK 1969
EK.45649 Judy Collins Someday Soon ‎(7", Single) Elektra EK.45649 New Zealand 1969