Stephen Stills and Judy Collins’ Everybody Knows to get a UK release

Their collaborative album includes Dylan and Cohen covers

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Stephen Stills and Judy Collins collaborative album, Everybody Knows, has been given a UK release date.

The album has already been available in the States but is now due on March 2, 2018 through Sony Music in the UK.

Everybody Knows includes covers of Bob Dylan’s “Girl From The North Country”, Leonard Cohen‘s “Everybody Knows” and Traveling Wilburys’ “Handle With Care” alongside a new version of Buffalo Springfield’s “Questions”.

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The tracklisting for the album is:

Handle With Care
So Begins The Task
River Of Gold
Judy
Everybody Knows
Houses
Reason To Believe
Girl From The North Country
Who Knows Where The Time Goes
Questions

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