Bonnie Dobson

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Bonnie Dobson (born November 13, 1940, Toronto, Canada) is a Canadian folk music songwriter, singer, and guitarist, most known in the 1960s for composing the songs "I'm Your Woman" and "Morning Dew". The latter, augmented (with a controversial co-writing credit) by Tim Rose, became a melancholy folk rock standard, covered by Fred Neil, Lulu, Nazareth, the Grateful Dead, the Jeff Beck Group, Robert Plant, the Pozo Seco Singers, The 31st of February (including Greg Allman, Duane Allman, and Butch Trucks of The Allman Brothers Band), Long John Baldry and Einstürzende Neubauten, among many others.

Dobson has consistently questioned Rose's right to a co-writing credit for "Morning Dew"[1] (he first heard it as sung by Fred Neil), but due to a loophole in US copyright law, Rose was successful in his claim for royalties.

Discography[edit]

  • 1961 Bonnie Dobson - She's Like A Swallow (debut album - Prestige/Folklore Records 14015)
  • 1962 At Folk City [live]
  • 1964 For the Love of Him
  • 1969 Bonnie Dobson
  • 1970 Good Morning Rain
  • 1972 Bonnie Dobson (featuring "Land of the Silver Birch")
  • 2014 Take Me for a Walk in the Morning Dew

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bonnie Dobson Interview". Taco.com. Retrieved 2014-06-06. 

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