Morning Dew - Bonnie Dobson - Bonnie Dobson (Vinyl, LP, Album)

01.12.2019
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  • Bonnie Dobson did not make the transition from folk to rock well, as this album attests. With its pop trimmings and orchestration, the impression is that RCA was trying to put Dobson into the pop market, rather than the rock or even folk-rock one. The arrangements aren't awful, but they aren't inspired either, and don't suit the songs well.
  • This is old music that sounds refreshingly new in the hands of these masters, including compositions from a bizarre mix of writers – Alice Coltrane, Fred Neil, Bonnie Dobson (“Morning Dew” with Grateful Dead arrangement), Roky Erickson, and one written in the studio, in addition to “East/West” The songs are primarily identified with.
  • Aug 13,  · Dobson recorded the song twice in the 60s: first on her third album, At Folk City, then on her self-titled RCA LP. (She has also re-recorded it on her new album Take Me For A Walk In The Morning Dew.) Thereafter she left Canada and moved to .
  • Canadian-born Bonnie Dobson was best known for her haunting tune "Morning Dew," an early-'60s folkie dirge wary of what seemed like imminent nuclear destruction. The tune became a standard cover, if jammed into oblivion, at Grateful Dead shows and was covered by a myriad of better-known artists. Dobson herself disappeared at the height of her budding '60s singer/songwriter career, leaving her.
  • Dobson premiered the song in her set at the inaugural Mariposa Folk Festival in with the song's first recorded version being on her At Folk City live album the following year. Dobson eventually recorded a studio version for her self-titled LP. Many artists have covered the song.
  • Dec 07,  · Morning Dew", also known as " (Walk Me Out in the) Morning Dew", is a post-apocalyptic folk-rock song written by Canadian singer Bonnie Dobson in
  • Jun 05,  · Bonnie Dobson and Her Boys: Take Me for a Walk in the Morning Dew review – exciting comeback bridges old and new 4 / 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars. (Hornbeam/Ace).
  • Bonnie Dobson has a beautiful sparkling voice with a haunting quality that stays with you. Her classic song, "Morning Dew" is here and that alone is worth the price of admission but her renditions of "Let's Get Together", "I Got Stung", and " Rainy Windows", are such great cuts that you wonder why her albums have remained in limbo so long/5(12).

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