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THE BEST 50 REISSUES OF 2015-PART ONE.

THE BEST 55 REISSUES OF 2015-PART ONE. The next stop in my look back at 2015, is the reissues released during the last twelve months. Again, I started with a long-list, and over the course of a few weeks, gradually, narrowed it down to fifty albums. These albums are an eclectic selection, and cover an …

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BONNIE DOBSON-DEAR COMPANION.

BONNIE DOBSON-DEAR COMPANION. There aren’t many songwriters whose first attempt to write a song, results in a classic. That’s what happened to Bonnie Dobson. The first song she wrote was Morning Dew. It was covered by Fred Neil in 1964. After that, Morning Dew has been covered by Einstürzende Neubauten and The Grateful Dead, to …

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BONNIE DOBSON SINGS SHE’S LIKE A SWALLOW AND OTHER FOLK SONGS.

BONNIE DOBSON SINGS SHE’S LIKE A SWALLOW AND OTHER FOLK SONGS. Bonnie Dobson’s career began during the early sixties folk boom. She had one of the most distinctive voices of the folk era. Clear and powerful, Bonnie’s distinctive voice breathed life, meaning and emotion into folk songs old and new. This included songs penned by …

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