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I'll Keep It With Mine · Nico. The Velvet Underground & Nico.
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I'll Keep It with Mine" is a song written by Bob Dylan in 1964, first officially released by folk singer Judy Collins as a single in 1965. Dylan attempted to record the song for his 1966 album Blonde on Blonde. Dylan recorded a vocal-and-piano demo of the song for publishing company M. Witmark & Sons in June 1964, which was released by Columbia in 2010 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 9: The Witmark Demos: 1962–1964.
There is also a Judy Collins version (the first version of the song to be released) which (again to me) seems to miss the mark – and that was unusual for Judy Collins. She could take a song and invariably get straight to the heart of the matter. Although to be fair the problem is with an awful arrangement behind her voice – particularly the organ, where I guess the producer said, make it sound like on those Dylan tracks . If following is a burden, if finding the right route is beyond us, He can handle it- Come on, give it to me, I’ll keep it with mine. He’s keeping us all despite all the helpful advice that sometimes only marks a detour on the journey. Faith tells us He’ll be back tomorrow, same time again.
I’ll Keep It with Mine. Produced by Tom Wilson (producer). I’ll Keep It with Mine Lyrics.
Bob Dylan - Текст песни I'll Keep It With Mine. But if I can save you any time, Come on, give it to me, I'll keep it with mine. Dylan folklore says that he wrote this song specifically for Nico, so it’s no surprise that she released her rendition nine years before he did on her album Chelsea Girls. Interestingly, Judy Collins was actually the first to record the song, not Nico, so it’s debatable whether the song was actually intended for Nico. Dylan wrote the song in 1964, but did not record it himself until a year later, during the recording sessions for his album Bringing It All Back Home. An official release of Dylan’s recording did not happen until 1985 on Biograph.
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After the release of Judy Collins' Fifth Album in November 1965, Collins seems to have determined to expand her stylistic range instead of competing with such fellow commercial folksingers as Joan Baez and Peter, Paul and Mary for the wares of contemporary singer/songwriters, especially since she often came in second. PP&M, for example, had managed to get their version of Gordon Lightfoot's "Early Morning Rain" out just before hers
But if I can save you any time, Come on, give it to me, I'll keep it with mine. I can't help it if you might think I am odd If I say I'm not loving you for what you are But for what you're not. Everybody will help you, Discover what you set out to find But if I can save you any time, Come on, give it to me, I'll keep it with mine. The train leaves at half past ten But it'll be back tomorrow same time again. The conductor, he's weary, Still stuck on the line.
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Written-By – Bob Dylan
Written-By – Eric Andersen
|HLZ 10029||Judy Collins||I'll Keep It With Mine (7", Single)||London Records, London American Recordings||HLZ 10029||UK||1966|
|EK-45601||Judy Collins||I'll Keep It With Mine (7", Single, Promo)||Elektra||EK-45601||US||1965|
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