Bob DylanHighway 61 Revisited

Label:Columbia – CL 2389, Legacy – 88875146301, Sony Music – 88875146301, Legacy Vinyl – 88875146301
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Mono, 180 Gram
Style:Folk Rock, Blues Rock


A1Like A Rolling Stone
ProducerTom Wilson (2)
A2Tombstone Blues5:53
A3It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry3:25
A4From A Buick 63:06
A5Ballad Of A Thin Man5:48
B1Queen Jane Approximately4:57
B2Highway 61 Revisited3:15
B3Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues5:08
B4Desolation Row11:18

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Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
© 1965, 2015 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
/ Distributed by Sony Music Entertainment. / All trademarks and logos are protected.
/ Made in the EU. / Sony Music Entertainment International Services GmbH, PO Box 510, 33311 Gütersloh, Germany. / LC 00162 / 88875146301

® "COLUMBIA", [Columbia logo] MARCAS REG.

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
© 1965, 2015 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
/ All rights reserved. / Made in the EU. / BIEM/GEMA / LC 00162 / 88875146301

Runout details:
Everything is hand-etched except stamped "88019 1A MOVLP244 STERLING" on side A, and "88019 1B MOVLP244 STERLING" on side B.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 88751 46301 1
  • Barcode (EAN): 888751463011
  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 00162
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): XLP 110638
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): XLP 110639
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1: Side A runout): 88697761051-LP 6-A 88019 1A MOVLP244 STERLING RKS B
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1: Side B runout): 88697761051-LP6-B 88019 1B MOVLP244 STERLING RKS B
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2: Side A runout): 88697761051-LP 6-A 88019 1A MOVLP244 STERLING RKS C
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2: Side B runout): 88697761051-LP 6-B 88019 1B MOVLP244 STERLING RKS C

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Highway 61 Revisited (LP, Album, Stereo)CBSSBPG 62572UK1965
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Highway 61 Revisited (LP, Album, Mono, Gatefold Sleeve)CBS62572France1965
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Highway 61 Revisited (LP, Album, Mono)CBSBPG 62572UK1965
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Highway 61 Revisited (LP, Album, Mono)ColumbiaCL 2389Canada1965
Highway 61 Revisited (LP, Album, Stereo, Alternate Take Of "From A Buick 6")ColumbiaCS 9189US1965
  • hayenm's avatar
    Can't agree with most reviews here. Music sounds a little flat to me. The treble is a bit to harsh, bass is on the low side. Dynamics seem very narrow. Or maybe I'm just not a mono type of guy.
    • carterwrombouts's avatar
      i was really looking forward to listening to this after reading reviews for it. unfortunately i did not enjoy this pressing. the vinyl itself was dead quiet and very heavy, but the mastering was just disappointing. i know it is a very busy record with lots going on in some songs, but there was distortion on nearly every track. everything just felt jumbled together, bobs voice was distant. desolation row was an especially unpleasant listening experience.
      • NoiseySignal's avatar
        top value with this pressing. Flat, quiet and sounds like they're playing in your living room. Packaging is plain but comes with a poly-lined paper inner sleeve. Grab one at $30 and you won't be disappointed.
        • nathangwk's avatar
          This is a great pressing. Excellent mastering job from the original mono tapes by Ryan Smith at Sterling. Pressing was flat, thick, and clean. Packaging is nothing special but for the price there's no beating this pressing. Very happy this is in print.
          • George_Burchenko's avatar
            Awesome sounding press. I think its one of the albums that sounds better in mono. Very HQ vinyl. 10000% recommended
            • Mothmania's avatar
              This is the best-sounding album I own. There's wonderful weightiness and depth to the music that just becomes more obvious as I piecemeal upgrade my setup. This is one of the few albums I own where I can believe the common wisdom that vinyl really is better.

              Dylan's people seem to treat his reissues seriously, which is sadly a rare thing these days.
              • bayouponpon's avatar
                Quand un artiste prend le pouvoir sur une maison de disque, on voit le résultat, le talent à l'état pur.
                • musical_graffiti's avatar
                  The recording and mastering are awesome, however my copy has alot of surface noise and is warped, luckily not to the point that cannot be played.
                  • DavidKOHara's avatar
                    HQ pressing. Worth every penny, especially when you can still find new copies for 20 euros. Can confirm this is a very different experience, having listened to the CD/mp3s for years. Rolling Stone is punchier, the vocal coming from a completely different place -- the mouth of a garage and you the kid sitting in the driveway. I've never been big on Buick 6 but it suddenly sounded like a late-nite roadhouse in the middle of nowhere, sexy in a way that I've never heard it before. And my god, the upfront, glass-rattling bass on the title track is a freaking revelation. Desolation Row, which I've always heard as this languid dust-blown downer, bounces right along defiantly. (The way the Dead would've heard it, without question.) It may sound unbelievable but, honestly, it's the youth of this album that somehow comes through in mono. Recommended.
                    • benjaminkiehl's avatar
                      Can anyone confirm if this is AAA? I got mine off amazon recently and I believe it's this version, and I know the mono box set is AAA.



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