Give Me Take You is the debut studio album by English singer-songwriter and musician Duncan Browne. It was released in 1968 through Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate Records. On the record, Browne employs a folk music sound that is informed by rock, pop, and classical elements, with baroque-inspired arrangements. The album spawned the single, "On the Bombsite," which failed to chart.
For the self-titled album by Duncan Browne, see Duncan Browne (album). Duncan John Browne (25 March 1947 – 28 May 1993) was an English singer-songwriter and musician. Background information. On the Bombsite", "Alfred Bell" (1968). Who Is Julie" (1969). Resurrection Joe", "The Final Asylum" (1970).
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Tracklist: CD 1: 01. Here and Now 02. On the Bombsite 03. Alfred Bell 04. Give Me, Take You 05. Ninepence Worth of Walking 06. Dwarf in a Tree (A Cautionary Tale) 07. Ghost Walks 08. Chloe in the Garden 09. Cherry Blossom Fool 10. Resurrection Joe 11.
Alfred Bell - Duncan Browne. Waking You (Part Two) - Duncan Browne. The Ghost Walks - Duncan Browne. Give Me Take You - Duncan Browne. Resurrection Joe (Bonus) - Duncan Browne. On The Bombsite (Demo Version) - Duncan Browne.
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Duncan John Browne (25 March 1947 - 28 May 1993) was an English singer-songwriter. Browne attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, studying both music theory and drama. He chose to become a musician when, in 1967, he met Andrew Loog Oldham, and signed with his Immediate Records label. His debut album Give Me, Take You was issued in 1968. His choral arrangement was used on the Tim Hardin penned "Hang On to a Dream" on the album Nice, as recorded by The Nice in 1969