Hailed as "the greatest producer you've never heard of," Tom Wilson can be seen here, listening to Dylan as he plays an early version of "I'll Keep It With Mine."
Wilson produced several of Dylan's albums, from THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN' (1964) through BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME (1965) as well as his greatest recording, "Like A Rolling Stone." Soon after that legendary session, Wilson left Columbia Records for Verve Records, where he produced Frank Zappa and most notably the Velvet Underground, a band that was every bit as influential in rock music as Dylan.
Wilson also produced CHELSEA GIRLS (1967) for Nico, a singer featured on the Velvet Underground's first album. It includes her own version of "I'll Keep It With Mine," which Dylan himself encouraged her to record when he met her in 1965.
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