The song I’m singing today was on one of the first eight-track cartridges I had when I was eight years old. It comes from Judy Collins’ 1967 album, Wild Flowers, which has other songs I enjoyed such as “Since You Asked” and “Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye.” At such a young age, I couldn’t understand these songs, but I appreciated their soothing melodies and rich harmonies.
According to Wikipedia, “Both Sides, Now” was written by Joni Mitchell and included on her album, Clouds in 1969. The title comes from a lyric from the song. It has since been recorded by such artists as Frank Sinatra and Willie Nelson. Joni Mitchell re-recorded the song with an orchestral arrangement for her album, Both Sides Now in 2000. I hope you enjoy my rendition, based on the Judy Collins version.
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