JUDY COLLINS: A LOVE LETTER TO STEPHEN SONDHEIM

JUDY COLLINS: A LOVE LETTER TO STEPHEN SONDHEIM 1

JUDY COLLINS: A LOVE LETTER TO STEPHEN SONDHEIM REVIEWED

Judy Collins returns with “A Love Letter to Stephen Sondheim”. While I appreciate older talents belting out the hits of even older talents, this feels almost like a mis-matched CD project. Hell, the material switches to John Denver during the middle stretch. You get a little “Evening Primrose” and “Merrily We Row Along” plastered in between the bigger titans. That being said, it’s a presentation of material cut to Collins’ style. If you dig her sound, this is for you. If that sounded archaic as hell to you, then you’re too young for this.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Interview
  • Rehearsal Footage

A/V STATS

  • 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby Digital 2.0

RELEASE DATE: 2/24/17

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