Saturday’s Top Three – We’re Not Worthy! We Bring You The Smallest Slice Of Japanese 7″s Including Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones And Bob Dylan!

Bob-Dylan-Bob-Dylan-EP-353912BOB DYLAN Bob Dylan EP

Rare 1966 Japanese solid centre Nippon Columbia, orange CBS label, stereo 7" EP featuring Like A Rolling Stone, From A Buick 6, Highway 61 Revisited & Mr Tambourine Man, with foldout Japanese/lyric insert, unique flipbackpicture sleeve. From A Buick 6 is not the harmonica intro take as on the first US & Japanese pressings but the regular version, otherwise unavailable on a Japanese album at the time. The vinyl has some visible surface marks, reflected in theprice, but plays without fault & the sleeve is superb with only some light foxing and minimal shelfwear – a great copy at a great price!

 

Jimi-Hendrix-Hey-Joe-354691JIMI HENDRIX Hey Joe

Rare original 1968 Japanese wide centre 7" single manufactured by Nippon Grammophon, also includes Stone Free. Unique flipback picture sleeve with lyrics printed on reverse. The sleeve shows just some light creasing with ageand the vinyl a few light paper scuffs, but otherwise both are in excellent condition. Fantstic copy of this hard to find almost 45 year old single.

 

Rolling-Stones-Time-Is-On-My-Sid-457777ROLLING STONES Time Is On My Side

Rare original 1965 Japanese London/King Record Co. 7" vinyl single with Congratulations on the b-side. Housed in a pink & black record company sleeve and comes complete with the unique yellow/green tinted fold out picture insert, with pink title borders, and printed with Japanese biography and English lyrics to both tracks on the inside, the back features adverts for other releases and has a '¥330' price printed in the bottom right corner. The viny lhas only a few very light surface marks but plays without any problems, the insert is in near mint condition. A fantastic copy of this now hard to find almost 50 year old single.

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