Original Bob Dylan Mono Pressings In Stock Now

Original Bob Dylan records are usually hard to come by. They have often, and rightfully so, been played to within an inch of their lives, and have seen better days. That was not the case this time around. We successfully picked up a small collection of some of Bob Dylan's finest work all in at least Excellent condition, and some of the nicest original Mono pressings we have seen in 30 years. Below are just some of the highlights

Bob_Dylan_-_Bringing_It_All_Back_HomeBringing It All Back Home – Scarce 1965 UK 11-track mono vinyl LP on the rough textured orange label, front laminated picture sleeve with rounded flipbacks. This is the original issue from May 1965. The label is of the 'rough' CBS variety, with centre boxed logo, '33' instead of '33 1/3' near the bottom left corner of the logo & 'Blossom Music Ltd' Credit to the centre right. Including Dylan favourites 'Subterranean Homesick Blues' and 'Mr Tambourine Man'. Essential

Blonde On Blonde – Rare 1966 UK first issue 14-track Bob-Dylan-Blonde-On-Blonde-590451 'rough' textured label MONO double LP, containing the earlier Canadian mono mix on sides one & two & the later US mono mix on sides three & four, a peculiarity exclusive to the UK mono release. This copy also has the very rare mistitle with the second track on side two being listed as 'Memphis Blues Again' where most were titled 'Stuck Inside Of Mobile With Thee'. The front laminated flipback gatefold sleeve has the ninepicture panel inside featuring Claudia Cardinale & non die cut CBS catalogue printed paper inners. The sleeve shows few signs of age with minimal shelfwear & the vinyl too remains EX-/EX showing just the odd light surface scuff or hairline, even after forty five years – an excellent copy of this fantastic album

Bob-Dylan-Highway-61-RevisitedHighway 61 Revisited – Rare 1965 first UK issue 9-track mono LP on the 'rough' textured orange label, front laminated picture sleeve with rounded flipbacks. The sleeve shows a light corner crease & a small name penned on the back, which is unobtrusive to the print. All text remains clearly legible, including along the spine, the flipbacks are secure & the print unblemished. The vinyl is in excellent condition with just a few light paper scuffs to indicate play

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