Judy Collins performs "Wild Mountain Thyme," "Chelsea Morning," "Grandaddy" (with step dancer Emily Ellis), "New Moon Over the Hudson," "Bird on a Wire," "Cat's in the Cradle," "John Riley," "She Moved Through the Fair" (with Mary Black), "The Fire Plays (with Ari Hest), "How Are Things in Glocca Morrra?," "Danny Boy" and "Amazing Grace."
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