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A compilation of cover versions of Bob Dylan songs recorded by British artists in the 1960s.
"Take What You Need" gives a unique perspective on Dylan's compositions, with the choice of songs starkly contrasting to those recorded in America during the same period.
This collection runs the gamut of musical genres from folk to country rock, taking in singer-songwriters, rhythm & blues and pop.
Several extremely rare cuts make their official CD debut here, notably tracks by the Fairies (their cover of 'Don't Think Twice' was the very first British Dylan cover), Julie Felix, Boz and Cliff Aungier.
The sleeve note contains a detailed track-by-track commentary by Elektra Records and Sandy Denny biographer Mick Houghton.
UK COVERS OF BOB DYLAN SONGS 1964-69
|Media||Music CD (Compact Disc)|
|Released||August 31, 2017|
|Dimensions||142 × 125 × 10 mm · 99 g|
- The Fairies - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
- Marianne Faithfull - Blowin' in the Wind
- The Three City Four - Oxford Town
- The Ian Campbell Folk Group - the Times They Are a Changin'
- Manfred Mann - if You Gotta Go, Go Now
- The Cops 'n Robbers - It's All over Now Baby Blue
- Chad & Jeremy - Mr. Tambourine Man
- Noel Harrison - Love Minus Zero
- Julie Felix - One Too Many Mornings
- The Picadilly Line - Visions of Johanna
- Alex Campbell - Tom Thumb's Blues
- The Alan Price Set - to Ramona
- The Factotums - Absolutely Sweet Marie
- The Alan Bown - All Along the Watchtower
- Boz - I Shall Be Released
- Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & the Trinity - I Am a Lonesome
- Fairport Convention - I'll Keep It with Mine
- The Mixed Bag - Million Dollar Bash
- Cliff Aungier - Down Along the Cove
- Country Fever - Tears of Rage
- Joe Cocker - Just Like a Woman
- Sandie Shaw - Lay Lady Lay