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9 thoughts on “ Baby, Let Me Follow You Down - Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan (CD, Album)

  1. " Baby, Let Me Follow You Down " is a traditional folk song popularised in the late s by blues guitarist Eric Von Schmidt. The song is best known from its appearance on Bob Dylan 's debut album Bob Dylan.
  2. Apr 12,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - 10 Baby Let Me Follow You Down Eric von Schmidt Bob Dylan Sydney Australia 13 April YouTube Bob Dylan - Baby, Let Me Follow You Down - .
  3. Baby, Let Me Follow You Down Lyrics: I first heard this from Ric von Schmidt / He lives in Cambridge / Ric's a blues guitar player / I met him one day in the / Green pastures of Harvard University.
  4. 1 day ago · Arranged By – Bob Dylan: A7: Highway 51 Written-By – C. Jones* B1: Gospel Plow Arranged By – Bob Dylan: B2: Baby, Let Me Follow You Down Written-By – R. Von Schmidt* B3: House Of The Risin' Sun: B4: Freight Train Blues: B5: Song To Woody Written-By – B. Dylan* B6: See That My Grave Is Kept.
  5. "Baby, Let Me Follow Down" is an old song that was nearly lost to time. Eric Von Schmidt resurrected it in the late s, somewhat accidentally. During that era and into the early s, it was part of a folk music revival, particularly in Greenwich Village, New York. Bob Dylan (the most famous.
  6. Important: The song above is NOT stored on the Chordie corpinscontranikiholxioudeppherabu.coinfo original song is hosted at corpinscontranikiholxioudeppherabu.coinfoe works as a search engine and provides on-the-fly formatting. Chordie does not index songs against artists'/composers' will.
  7. 15 hours ago · Baby, Let Me Follow You Down Arranged By – Bob Dylan Written-By – Rick Von Schmidt* If Not For You Written-By, Performer – Bob Dylan: I'll Be Your Baby Tonight Written-By, Performer – Bob Dylan: I'll Keep It With Mine Mixed By – Thom Panunzio Mixed By [Assistant] – Jim Ball Written-By, Performer.
  8. The songs on that album were written mostly by Dylan, whereas only about half of the tracks on his first release were penned by him. the CD notes credit the traditional song "House of the Risin' Sun" to the blues singer Dave von Ronk, whose version I still think is the best one ever recorded/5().

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