Bob Dylan ‎– Blood On The Tracks

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Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab ‎– UD1S 2-006, Columbia ‎– 88985457481, Sony Music Commercial Music Group ‎– 88985457481
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2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, 180 Gram, SuperVinyl
Box Set
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Tracklist

A1 Tangled Up In Blue
A2 Simple Twist Of Fate
B1 You're A Big Girl Now
B2 Idiot Wind
B3 You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
C1 Meet Me In The Morning
C2 Lily, Rosemary And The Jack Of Hearts
D1 If You See Her, Say Hello
D2 Shelter from the Storm
D3 Buckets of Rain

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Credits

Notes

Limited to 9000 hand-numbered copies. There are no times on the labels.
Mastered at Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab®, Sebastopol, CA on The Gain 2 Ultra Analog System™
(c) 1974, 2018 Columbia Records, a Divison of Sony Music Entertainment.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 21797 20062 2
  • Barcode (String & scanned): 821797200622
  • Matrix / Runout: UD1S 2-006A 19 KW@MOFI 33129.1 (1)...
  • Matrix / Runout: UD1S 2-006B 19 KW@MOFI 33129.2 (1)...
  • Matrix / Runout: UD1S 2-006C 20 KW@MOFI 33191.3 (1)...
  • Matrix / Runout: UD1S 2-006D 20 KW@MOFI 33191.4 (1)...

Other Versions (5 of 170) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PC 33235 Bob Dylan Blood On The Tracks(LP, Album, Bla) Columbia PC 33235 US 1975 Sell This Version
PCT 33235 Bob Dylan Blood On The Tracks(Cass, Album) Columbia PCT 33235 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
CK 33235 Bob Dylan Blood On The Tracks(CD, Album, RE) Columbia CK 33235 US 1987 Sell This Version
69097, S 69097 Bob Dylan Blood On The Tracks(LP, Album, RE) CBS, CBS 69097, S 69097 UK 1977 Sell This Version
VPCT 33235, VPCT-33235 Bob Dylan Blood On The Tracks(Cass, Album, RE, CrO) Columbia, Columbia VPCT 33235, VPCT-33235 Canada Unknown Sell This Version

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.Richard.

.Richard.

December 31, 2019

Quiet copy here, a noticeable jump in fidelity from the standard MFSL I previously had.
alwaysanalog

alwaysanalog

October 2, 2019
edited 3 months ago
Crack these open and play them, my friend had two copies that were noisy. How the heck Mofi has such poor quality control on a $125 set is beyond me. More shocking was how rude Music Direct's customer service was when he was getting replacements.
mitchelbm

mitchelbm

September 16, 2019
edited 4 months ago
Good grief...I am stunned by what I have just heard from this pressing. The UD1S process is for real. I have the MoFi release on vinyl from 2013 which sounds incredible. This pressing is on another level. The soundstage is gigantic and three dimensional in a way which has to be heard to be believed, instrumental separation is tremendous, instrumental timbres are incredibly realistic, dynamics are so nuanced it feels like the musicians are in the room. I understand people are underwhelmed by the packaging, but when it sounds this good, I think one can look past that. If you love this album, don't hesitate to buy this if you can. You will not be disappointed. Simply unreal.
kiwizig

kiwizig

September 3, 2019
No question that the sound quality is top notch but like others have mentioned the packaging could have been better two almost plain black sleeves doesn't really cut it with scuffing marks on them and both mine have the start of seam splits, when will they learn to remove the record from the sleeve for shipping purposes also noticed the label is badly off-center on side 4.
ferdiv

ferdiv

August 25, 2019
Album sounds incredible (at least the first LP - haven't had a chance to get to the second yet). However, the label is severely off-center, and there is a gap between the album and my plinth for some reason. There is little to no wobble, but it just struck me as odd. So - sound, easily five stars - but, at this price point, packaging QC shouldn't be an issue.
r-r-ren

r-r-ren

August 20, 2019
This is my first experience with a One-Step pressing. The difference is impressive and very audible. If you are skeptical as to whether the process has any impact, rest assured that it does. It is a remarkable sounding pressing, very life-like. Whether it is worth the price is a personal evaluation, but this is not an Emperor’s New Clothes situation. I doubt there could be a better sounding version of this album.
voceforte

voceforte

August 13, 2019

Well, I compared my Absolute Analogue and standard MoFi reissue to this pressing and it is, hands-down, the definitive pressing of Bob Dylan’s Blood On The Tracks. The clarity and dynamics are far superior on this pressing versus the other pressings I have. I’m blown away by the sound on this record! But I am disappointed with the packaging. There’s no replication of the original album jacket just a card printed with the original cover that is a bit blurry and poor quality. Each of the two 45rpm LPs included in the Ultradisc box receives its own thin black sleeve with a tiny version of the original album cover printed on it. The gold foil printing on the box and sleeves is a nice touch though. For $125, the packaging is just not on par with the quality of the records it houses, but I rather have a great sounding record in a crappy box than the other way around.
jp_fal

jp_fal

August 13, 2019
Still in stock on the MFSL website ($125). Too rich for me though, I'll probably just grab a regular 1970s pressing somewhere. https://www.mofi.com/product-p/mfsl45ud1s-006.htm
wdrhold

wdrhold

August 10, 2019

This pressing sounds incredible!

This is my favorite album of all time, and I own several versions of it (and have had many others in the past). This is the best sounding version, hands down. Magnificent! Thanks MFSL!