Tim Rose, "Morning Dew"
KOSMO's VINYL of the Week:
This week we are in the New York City of late 1966 for Tim Rose's version of "Morning Dew", produced by David Rubinson and first released as a single on Columbia Records, 13th February 1967...
"Tim Rose was Washington DC born in 1940 and after a stint in the U.S. Air Force, joined the early 1960s folk scene - forming a band with and marrying Mama Cass Elliott. Signed solo, he appears to me, to have taken liberties with the writing credits of 2 songs, adding his name to both this - a Bonnie Dobson song and "Hey Joe", which he claimed to be a traditional song. Still, his version of the much covered "Morning Dew" (introduced to me by The Jeff Beck Group on"Truth") featuring Bernard Purdie on drums and Felix Pappalardi on bass, is the one I like best." KV
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