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Bob DylanAnother Side of Bob Dylan (180 gram mono pressing) ... LP
Columbia/Sundazed, 1964. New Copy (reissue)... $26.99 28.98
Bob's fourth record, and close runner up to Freewheelin' as the masterpiece of this early stage of his career. While the overly arch Times They Are A Changin' pretty much stood as the cornerstone of classifiable folk rock at the time, Another Side is just that. Dense, elliptical, and downright surreal at times, with some of the protesty stuff that made the media so happy & hungry, but much more layered and poetic. Another Side is also much more reverent of and indebted to the Harry Smith field recordings that Bob studied so hard, the stuff that finally caught on with the general public in the early 90s. Titles include "Spanish Harlem Incident", "It Ain't Me Babe", "Ballad In Plain D", "Black Crow Blues", "I Don't Believe You", "Motorpsycho Nitemare", "To Ramona", "Chimes Of Freedom", "My Back Pages", and "I Shall Be Free No 10". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Bob DylanBlind Willie McTell (take 1, take 5) ... 7-inch
Third Man, 1983. New Copy (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
Two rare takes on this classic Bob Dylan tune from Infidels – both nicely different! Take 1 features Dylan on voclas, piano, and harmonica – with Mick Taylor on guitar over the very cool rhythm section of Alan Clark on keyboards, Robbie Shakespeare on bass, and Sly Dunbar on drums – and Take 5 changes it up nicely, with the replacement guitar of Mark Knopfler, who gives the tune a nicely different sound. Both tracks recorded April 11, 1983 at Power Station in NYC. 7-inch, Vinyl record

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Bob DylanBob Dylan (180 gram mono pressing) ... LP
Columbia/Sundazed, 1962. New Copy ... $26.99 28.98
Sure, the young Bob Dylan might look a bit hokey on the cover – but he's already out there way ahead of the pack – and starting to blow away any of the less interesting pop folkies who'd been crowding into the Greenwich Village scene of the early 60s! There's a difference here right from the start – not just some of his own material, but the way that Dylan transforms older tunes too – not with this crew-cutted, clean-voiced style – but bringing in elements of blues, and using these very personal guitar inflections and harmonica lines to really make the music his own. Titles include "Highway 51", "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean", "Song To Woody", "Man Of Constant Sorrow", "Fixin To Die", "Baby, Let Me Follow You Down", and "Talkin New York". LP, Vinyl record album

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Bob DylanJohn Wesley Harding (180 gram mono pressing) ... LP
Columbia/Sundazed, 1968. New Copy ... $26.99 28.98
A pivotal album for Bob Dylan – a record that continues the Nashville experiment of Blonde On Blonde, but which compresses it a bit more – almost like he's re-folding the electric energy back into the darkness of the spare sound of Times They Are A-Changin! Bob plays guitar, harmonica, and piano – in a core trio that just features Charlie McCoy on bass and Kenny Buttrey on drums – plus a bit of added steel guitar from Pete Drake. The album's filled with complicated dark little numbers like "All Along The Watchtower", "The Ballad Of Frankie Lee & Judas Priest", "I Am A Lonesome Hobo", "I Pity The Poor Immigrant", "The Wicked Messenger", "As I Went Out One Morning", and "Down Along The Cove". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available John Wesley Harding ... LP 24.99

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✨✧ Bob DylanSpringtime In New York – The Bootleg Series Vol 16 – 1980 to 1985 ... LP
Sony/Legacy, Early 80s. New Copy 2LP ... Out Of Stock
Rare work from a time in Bob Dylan's career when he was maybe giving us too few albums – which makes all the rare material here a great addition to his early 80s run of records on Shot Of Love, Infidels, and Empire Burlesque! The tracks here all come from sessions for those records – which were often stretched out a fair bit, and feature Dylan working through lots of new ideas as he puts the songs together – which you can really hear here on the unreleased material that's presented here for the first time ever! Titles include "Need A Woman (rehearsal)", "Fur Slippers (outtake)", "Jokerman (alt take)", "Don't Fall Apart On Me Tonight (alt take)", "Blind Willie McTell (outtake)", "New Danville Girl (outtake)", "Dark Eyes (alt take)", "Too Late (band version outtake)", "Sweetheart Like You (alt take)", "Seeing The Real You At Last (alt take)", and "Someone's Got Ahold Of My Heart (outtake)". 2LP set features 11 unreleased tracks!) LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Springtime In New York – The Bootleg Series Vol 16 – 1980 to 1985 ... CD 21.99

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Bob DylanTravelin Thru – Featuring Johnny Cash – Bootleg Series Vol 15 (3LPs) ... LP
Columbia/Legacy, Late 60s. New Copy 3LP ... $51.99
Rare and unheard material from Dylan's career redefining Nashville era – his post Blonde On Blonde Nashville era to be more specific – when he recorded the poetic story song masterpiece John Wesley Harding, the charming country folk classic Nashville Skyline, sessions that would end up on Self Portrait, and lots more with Johnny Cash than we'd ever thought would see light of day! Travelin' Thru has more interesting alternate versions and outtakes from John Wesley Harding and Nashville Skyline than we'd expect given how focused the former and how easygoing the latter are, but what's most revelatory here are the many recordings of Dylan and Cash together – from the Nashville Skyline sessions and for Johnny's Nashville-based television show at the time. Includes tracks with Carl Perkins on guitar and the great Earl Scruggs on banjo, too – with alternate versions John Wesley Harding material including "I Pity The Poor Immigrant", "All Along The Watchtower" and "I Am A Lonesome Hobo" and more, alternate Nashville Skyline takes such as "Country Pie", "Lay Lady Lay", "To Be Alone With You" and more, "I Still Miss Someone", "Ring Of Fire", "Girl From North Country", "Wanted Man" and lots more with Cash, surprisingly great folk & roots focused Self Portrait sessions including "East Virginia Blues" with Scruggs, and tons more. 50 tracks on 3LPs – most previously unreleased! LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ Blonde On BlondeContrasts ... LP
Pye/Long Hair (France), 1969. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A wonderful little set from Blonde On Blonde – a group who may have taken their name from a tune by Bob Dylan, but who have a sound that's completely different than that reference might make you expect! There's a quality here that place the group at so many junctures of UK music at the end of the 60s – a bit of late psych, early hard rock and prog, and still traces of a tunefulness that would have come out differently a few years before! The guitar work is fantastic, and the record balances some full-on moments with some other interesting twists and turns – one of which is this really cool take on "Eleanor Rigby", handled with flute and horns and modes that make their take so different than any other version we've heard! But the best work is the original material, and the album's full of that – titles that include "Mother Earth", "Regency", "Island On An Island", "Don't Be Too Long", "Jeanette Isabella", and "Conversationally Making The Grade". LP, Vinyl record album

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