Thanks to Hans Seegers and Bill Hester for information and scans. The album sleeve is laminated on the front and has two folded-over flaps on the back.
It was printed in South Africa by Record Pac. The records have orange CBS labels. There are two variants of South African record labels, with "M.
The Rhodesian album has the same sleeve as the South African releases. All four Italian mono releases have the same sleeve. The front is laminated and the picture uses the UK crop. The rear sleeve has two folded-over flaps top and bottom and a laminate line on the right edge. All the records have orange CBS labels. The labels of Lars M.
Banke's variant 1 copy again have the album title above the centre hole and are dated " P " to the right of the centre hole, as shown for Hans Seegers' variant 2 copy. Banke for information and pictures.
This mono album is claimed to be the rarest Bob Dylan album in the world, rarer even than the withdrawn first pressing of The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan see and above! Its contents are actually the regular commercial release of The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan , with German "socialist" sleeve notes, released as a very limited edition by an East German record club, and printed at the Amiga pressing plant in East Berlin, under licence from CBS Records.
The record has orange "Phonoclub" labels. The front photo is a shot by Jerry Schatzberg. Gerd Rundel's copy comes with a "Replacement Card" that allows the buyer to send back a faulty LP for a replacement. The "target" on the reverse of the card is where you indicate the location of the damage to the LP my local public library in the s used similar cards for recording LP scratches. Thanks to Ronald Born for pointing out that this dates from , and was not part of the original release.
At that time the Amiga Phonoclub only sent stock copies of conventional Amiga releases to its members. This Dylan LP was the only "Phonoclub only" release! All other albums were later also released as "normal" Amiga releases with the more common Amiga labels and the same sleeves.
On 8 Jul two sound engineers edited the tape which was two hours long! Thanks to Michel Pomarede for news that copies of this album in both red and black vinyl are being sold on eBay and other outlets. My information is that these are unofficial reproductions, so are not recommended unless you are keen to own such a copy for its novelty value. This number bears no relation to the catalogue number on the sleeve or labels! As the original mono albums were never released in Japan, each has a light blue top obi based on those of the original stereo releases.
The Japanese CD also comes in a contemporary inner sleeve with a Japanese language booklet and an insert reproducing the original sticker promoting Blowin' In The Wind see above.
This mono CD comes with the remastered gm mono vinyl album above. The CD comes in a clear plastic lined plain paper sleeve with a front cut-out. There are two variants of the CD, which has the catalogue number One has Sony Music copyright text round the bottom edge and the other does not.
It comes in a folded card sleeve with a booklet. This limited edition hybrid SA-CD mono release of this album is the first time the mono version has been remastered in audiophile quality. It is therefore also listed in A Flying Pig production. Copyright of all included artwork remains with the various record companies and artists.
You are Visitor No. Please add around 5 million visits since mid Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. But with Plain D Dylan turned the screw an awful lot more. Besides, the classic songs of disdain are so absolutely personal, so one-against-one with no one else seriously involved that Dylan can deliver it and we can go along with it.
It seems that Dylan quickly realised this too. He has never performed Plain D, although he did apparently rehearse it in , but the performances never materialised. But maybe part of the problem also is that here Dylan was working too closely with what had gone before. That he certainly did, but what we got was not an improvement.
The week before Easter, the day being fair The sun shining brightly, cold frost in the air I went into the forest some flowers to find there And there I did pick my love a posy. When I saw my love to the church go With bridesmen and bridesmaids she made a fine show And I followed on with my heart full of woe To see my love wed to another. And when I saw my love sit down to meat I sat down beside her but nothing could eat I thought her sweet company better than meat Although she was tied to another.
The men in yon forest they are asking me How many wild strawberries grow in the salt-sea And I answer them back with a tear in my eye How many ships sail in the forest. Now that totally works, even years later, because the singer has a vision that is consistent throughout. And that is what songs need. Songs are short and intense, there simply is no room for multi-sided visions. But as soon as we get into the accusations it begins to slip away.
Yet the whimsical moods, hallucinogenic prose, humorous angles, transparent mistakes, and noncommittal themes give a pretty clear idea at what the Bard hinted as he emerged from being labeled as a reluctant generation spokesperson and folk savior after releasing two highly intellectual, socially pioneering sets replete with protest songs. Dylan needed to take a breath, step back from the drama, and reevaluate his surroundings. Experienced in mono, Another Side of Bob Dylan is all that and more.
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Sleeve Condition-Near Mint. Please message me if you want to check and verify the image details.The other side of Bob Dylan referred to in the title is presumably his romantic, absurdist, and whimsical one -- anything that wasn't featured on the staunchly folky, protest-heavy Times They Are a-Changin', lucbabobfilante.svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.coe of this, Another Side of Bob Dylan is a more varied record and it's more successful, too, since it captures Dylan expanding his music, turning in imaginative, poetic.