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Bob DylanDylan

Label:Columbia – PC 32747
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Santa Maria Press
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Folk Rock

Tracklist

A1Lily Of The West
Written-ByE. Davies*, J. Peterson*
3:44
A2Can't Help Falling In Love
Written-ByG. Weiss*, H. Peretti*, L. Creatore*
4:17
A3Sarah Jane
Written-By [Uncredited]Bob Dylan
2:43
A4The Ballad Of Ira Hayes
Written-ByP. LaFarge*
5:08
B1Mr. Bojangles
Written-ByJ. J. Walker*
5:31
B2Mary Ann
Written-By [Uncredited]Traditional
2:40
B3Big Yellow Taxi
Written-ByJ. Mitchell*
2:12
B4A Fool Such As I
Written-ByB. Trader*
2:41
B5Spanish Is The Loving Tongue
Written-By [Uncredited]Traditional
4:13
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Notes

℗ © 1973 CBS, Inc.

Santa Maria Pressing variant of this Terre Haute by same catalog #; standard typeset center labels.

Shorepak™ sleeve made by Shorewood (U.S. Patent No. 3,301,467)

Track B5 is Public Domain (P.D.)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): AL 32747
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): BL 32747
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Stamped exc S etch): º P AL 32747-2E 1 S
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Stamped exc S etch): º P BL 32747-2A 1 S
  • Rights Society (A1, A2): ASCAP
  • Rights Society (A4, B1, B3, B4): BMI

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Dylan (LP, Album, Terre Haute Pressing)ColumbiaPC 32747US1973
Dylan (LP, Album, Stereo)CBS, CBSS 69049, 69049UK1973
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Dylan (LP, Album)CBSS 69049Europe1973
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Dylan (Cassette, Album)CBS40-69049UK1973
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Dylan (LP, Album)ColumbiaPC 32747Canada1973

Reviews

  • Louis2203's avatar
    Louis2203
    A really great album. I don’t care about the circumstances around the release, it’s still great. Good pressing as well.
    • jsngallery's avatar
      jsngallery
      one of my favorite dylan albums. so there you go.
      • Zackamania's avatar
        Zackamania
        I love this record. Even though Columbia released it as a spite record, it really swings and my copy sounds awesome!

        The covers are freaking amazing!
        • madferitman's avatar
          madferitman
          I adore this record. It's totally baffling to me that people can hate it - especially the hard-core Dylan fans who are otherwise fans of his early-70s New Morning-era sound. To be sure - this is no Highway 61. But these are interesting interpretations of several really great tunes. And I don't mean interesting in a backhanded complimentary way, it really is neat to hear how Dylan takes these songs. I also think his performances are very enjoyable. They're raw, but still the work of true professionals. It's like listening to a jam session of Dylan and his band. In many ways, it reminds me of McCartney's early solo/Wings stuff. It's laid back in a way that makes for a supremely enjoyable and relaxing listen.

          Anyways, I think this pressing sounds totally fine. Nobody has ever loved this record enough to wear out their copy (lol), so it's easy to get a great sounding one for cheap.
          • deltajive's avatar
            deltajive
            while many share a negative opinion about this record, I’m part of the rare opposite. I think this album fits well in anyone’s growing Dylan collection, featuring mostly covers that deserve the light of day. “Ballad of Ira Hayes” & “Can’t Help Falling in Love” have a feel of him just having fun performing songs he enjoys. Obviously it’s not one of his best albums, but it deserves another listen from those who wrote it off.

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