"If Not for You" is a song by Bob Dylan, recorded for his 1970 album New Morning. Dylan recorded the album version in August 1970, having first recorded the song in a session with George Harrison on May 1 of that year. In addition to appearing on the album in October 1970, the August recording was released as a single in Europe; the May recording remained unreleased until its inclusion on The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) in 1991.
In November 1970, a month after Dylan's original had appeared, George Harrison released a version of the song on his triple album All Things Must Pass. Another well-known cover of the song was recorded by Olivia Newton-John, who had the only U.S. charting version of the song, in 1971.
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(West), 1970 or 1971
1971, 'Recorded by Olivia Newton-John on Interfusion', Albert Publications, Big Sky Music, New York.
1971, 'Recorded by Olivia Newton-John on Pye International', Feldman, UK.
1971, 'Recorded by Olivia Newton-John UNI 55281', no information.