Nico - Chelsea Girl

Chelsea Girl is the debut solo album by Nico. It was released in October 1967 by Verve Records, also home to The Velvet Underground. The name of the album is a reference to Andy Warhol's 1966 film Chelsea Girls, which Nico starred in. The sixth track of the album (or first on Side B on vinyl) is titled "Chelsea Girls".

Many of the songs on the album have instrumental work from The Velvet Underground, whom Nico had previously collaborated with the year before on The Velvet Underground and Nico, as well as song writing credits from members of the band. The song "I'll Keep it With Mine", which is also featured on the album, was written by Bob Dylan, and the album also features three songs by Jackson Browne, who also contributes guitar to the album.

Side A
1. "The Fairest of the Seasons" (Jackson Browne, Gregory Copeland) – 4:06
2. "These Days" (Browne) – 3:30
3. "Little Sister" (John Cale, Lou Reed) – 4:22
4. "Winter Song" (Cale) – 3:17
5. "It Was a Pleasure Then" (Nico, Reed, Cale) – 8:02

Side B
1. "Chelsea Girls" (Reed, Sterling Morrison) – 7:22
2. "I'll Keep It with Mine" (Bob Dylan) – 3:17
3. "Somewhere There's a Feather" (Browne) – 2:16
4. "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams" (Reed) – 5:07
5. "Eulogy to Lenny Bruce" (Tim Hardin) – 3:45