Limited edition vinyl

For Record Store Day 2016 we pressed a strictly limited edition of 500 individually numbered copies of a vinyl LP  version of our Bonnie Dobson album. The deluxe vinyl is contained in an old-style paste-on sleeve. The package contains a download voucher and a lovely 2 page colour insert with full notes by Robin Denselow and Alec Palao.

Now that RSD 2016 has passed, remaining copies of this beautiful LP are available for us to sell direct. So treat yourself to an instant collector’s item.

H H Insert 1 Insert 2 HBR0003LP side 1 label

“Take Me For A walk In The Morning Dew”

Bonnie Dobson & Her Boys

HVinyl LP


HBR0003LP track listing
Side 1
Play button 1. I Got Stung
Play button 2. Morning Dew
Play button 3. Southern Bound
4. Living On Plastic
5. Peter Amberley
6.. Dink’s Song
Side 2
1. Winter’s Going
2. Rainy Wndows
3 V’la L’Bon Vent
4 Sandy Boys
5 Born In The Country
6 Who Are These Men?

Recorded in the summer of 2013 at Famous Times Studio, London, UK.

Bonnie Dobson – vocal, guitar
Ben Phillipson – guitar, dulcimer
Ben Paley – fiddle
Jonny Bridgwood – double bass
Dave Morgan – drums
Felix Holt – harmonica, vocal
Ruth Tidmarsh – vocal
Sean Read – trumpet, percussion
BJ Cole – pedal steel guitar, dobro

Sleeve notes by Robin Denselow and Alec Palao.

Press for the CD version

Robin Denselow, The Guardian (****) Surely this is the comeback album of the year.
Will Hodgkinson, The Times (****) …she sounds better than ever. Her new recording of Morning Dew is as chilling as it is beautiful…
Oz Hardwick, R2 Rock n Reel magazine (*****) Her best album yet…….this is a record that reaffirms Dobson’s status as a singer with few equals, and serves as a timely reminder of her stature as a songwriter. Listen to this album and give your ears a treat.
Michael Tearson, Sing Out! magazine Take Me For A Walk In The Morning Dew is a triumph. Bonnie Dobson is singing better than ever and with total commitment! She sounds glorious. What a thrill to renew a musical acquaintance with a voice I have loved for decades.
Vic Templar, Shindig magazine Lest ye forget, this woman wrote Morning Dew and it appears here, having lost none of its ethereal beauty nor its smouldering power. Sometimes a glut of talent just gets poured into the one mould.
Stewart Lee, Sunday Times Culture magazine (****) The 73-year-old’s comeback sounds, astonishingly, just like the 1960s Greenwich Village folk-rock records that made her name, but better.
Midwest Record This grande-dame folk-rocks along like a spring chicken that just eluded the grasp of the fox that got into the hen house………..Killer stuff that just won’t quit.
Simon Redley, Maverick magazine (****) Chills down the spine time……..Bonnie Dobson sounding at her best with the definitive versions of her best songs.
Steve Hunt, fRoots magazine An exhilarating album made with loving care by performers of the very highest calibre.
Darryl Easlea, Mojo magazine (****) A tender and engaging listen.
Max Bell, Record Collector (****) New album of the month………the lost lady of Canadian folk makes a stunning return.
Gene Wilburn, Penguin Eggs Take Me For A Walk In The Morning Dew is a wonderful gift to her long-term fans………a touchstone recording.