Norm and Judy

All the songs ever recorded by the famous folk group Norm and Judy
All are in MP3 format - just click on any song to hear it.

Norm Gan and Judy (Bradbury) Frankel played coffee houses in the Boston area as a duo in 1964, and with Ken Frankel as accompanist in 1965, and then in 1966 with Carey Mann also accompanying on bass. The most successful performances were at The Loft, where they played to overflow crowds every Friday night for several months.

Recorded by by Dr. Bill Wolk in 1966, in his apartment recording studio, with Ken Frankel on guitar, banjo, or mandolin, and Carey Mann on Bass:
Every Night When the Sun Goes Down
It Ain't Me Babe
Blue Tattoo
Good Old Colony Days
Lily of the West
Praise His Name
Red Velvet
Defiled Is My Name (original tune by Judy)

Recorded during a rehearsal in 1965, with Ken accompaning on guitar:
Don't Think Twice It's Alright
There But For Fortune
One Morning in May

Recorded during an early rehearsal, Judy and Norm only:
Deliah's Gone
Sun's Gonna Shine

To go to Judy Frankel's homepage, click here

To go to Ken Frankel's homepage, click here