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The 1960s saw folk music enter the mainstream, with singers such as Bob Dylan and Simon & Garfunkel sating the public's desire for the genre with some huge-selling records. Judy Collins and Elizabeth Cotten also emerged in this era, and have subsequently enjoyed lengthy careers in the music business. These two concerts were recorded in the 1960s, and highlight the talents of the pair, with Collins even tipping her hat to Dylan with a cover of his "Daddy You've Been On My Mind" in her set. Meanwhile, Cotten performs many of the songs that made her name, including "Wilson Rag" and "Freight Train."