MORNING DEW

Latest update on 10/11/2016

Artist: Bonnie Dobson
Author: Bonnie Dobson
Label: Prestige
Year: 1962

On a live album recorded in Gerde's Folk City, New York, Hootenanny With Bonnie Dobson. First published in Broadside #7 as Take Me For A Walk. Her warning against a nuclear holocaust was inspired by the film On The Beach and blew every Broadside reader's mind. The first song she ever wrote.

Covers:

1963:

Briarwood Singers [as Walk Me Out In The Morning Dew; Bonnie sang: Take me for a walk...]

1964:

Fred Neil & Vince Martin [idem]

1967:

Tim Rose [heard Neil's version, recorded his own, took his own credit and was regarded as the author while Bonnie Dobson had neglected to publish her song before recording it]

1967:

Sweet Smoke

1967:

Grateful Dead [on debut album]

1967:

Human Beans [with Dave Edmunds]

1967:

Episode Six

1967:

Pozo-Seco Singers

1968:

Jeff Beck Group

1968:

Lee Hazlewood

1968:

Lulu

1968:

31st Of February

1968:

Whiskers

1968:

Séverine [as Mama dis-moi pourquoi]

1971:

Nazareth

1972:

Clannad [title track lp]

1973:

[Duane & Gregg Allman and band]

1980:

Long John Baldry

1984:

Blackfoot

1987:

Einstürzende Neubauten

1990:

Devo

1990:

La Muerte

1999:

Chieftains

2002:

Robert Plant

2012:

Radiators From Space

See also: Come Away Melinda.

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