Great White Wonder, 1st version released July 1969 original 2LP, $2,500 + S / H

1969 original 2LP pressing with Matrix #s Side A - G. F. 001- /2, Side B - G. F. 002- /2, Side C - G. F. 003- /2, Side D - G. F. 004- /2. Thick Gatefold totally white cover VG++, NO seam or spine splits, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, inside totally clean, NO writings, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent with minimal background noise.  All 4 white labels totally clean (as shown). To see the complete track list, click here: www.GreatWhiteWonder

Bob Dylan - Bringing It All Back Home, 1970 original Japan press CBS / Sony LP + 4 page insert, $400 + S / H

1970 original 1st press made in Japan CBS / Sony Records LP #SONP-50326, sturdy cover M-, NO OBI Japanese strip (MISSING!) NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, 4 page printed lyrics insert VG+ (yellow spots here & there), NO scratches, plays excellent.

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BOB DYLAN - HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED, 1974 original Japan 2nd press CBS / Sony LP +  inner, $450 + S / H 

1974 original 2nd press made in Japan CBS / Sony Records LP pressing #SOPL-225, sturdy cover VG+, NO OBI Japanese strip (MISSING!), NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, yellow spots / aging, printed inner sleeve with complete Dylan discography up to that point (1974) VG+, again yellow spots / aging, VINYL VG+, small light scratches, plays excellent. This copy has a "different" version of "From A Buick 6", that I had never heard! Must be that different "mix" they keep talking about. Much wilder version! Dylan reaches "the Top of the mountain!" & whistles!!

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 G.W.W. ~ "John Birch Society Blues", 1970 original pre-TMQ LP, $400 + S / H

Great White Wonder was the name given to the very first underground pop album ever released in July of 1969. It was unreleased material by Bob Dylan from 1961 to 1967.  This album came out the following year. 1970 original version LP (pre-Trade Mark of Quality) with stamped title & plain white labels. Cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, really clean cover for being 50 years old! Vinyl also M-, really NO scratches, plays excellent with minimal background noise.  Matrix numbers (on dead wax) are Side A: 111-A, Side B: 417-B. 

           Side A: 
Mixed Up confusion 
East Laredo 
I'll Keep It With Mine 
John Birch Society Blues 
Who Killed Davy Moore? 
Eternal Circle 
Ramblin' Gamblin' Willie
 

Side B: 
I Was Young When

                I Left Home 
Percy's Song *
Corrina Corrina **
In The Evening 
Long John 

Bob Dylan and his band ~ San Antonio, Texas, November 3, 1995, 2002 original Limited #'d Edition / Not For Sale

2002 original Deep in the Heart of Texas #030, Limited #'d Edition, #1 out of only 7 copies made, cover, back cover & both discs M-, NO scratches on discs, play excellent. Recorded live at The Majestic Theater, San Antonio, Texas (USA), November 3, 1995.

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GWW (Great White Wonder) ~ While The Establishment Burns ..., 1970 original Plum Purple Vinyl LP, $2,000 + S/H

1970 original Winklhofer Records LP pressing #1848, one of the best of the early bootlegs, pressed in deep purple wax that when held up onto the light is absolutely beautiful!  Green labels with printed song titles. Songs are live from Side one - New York Town Hall, April 1963.   Side two - Dublin, Ireland, May 6, 1966.  This is the boy wonder in "full flight", every song is a jewel to behold and enjoy. The cover is all white (and aging, 50+ years old now, from the SAME people that brought you Trade Mark of Quality Records), with faded stamped title. Cover VG++, very clean, NO seam or spine splits, NO ring-wear, just aging, the vinyl is M-, NO scratches, plays excellent with almost NO background noise. 

BOB DYLAN - STEALIN', 1969 original Steel Records LP, $300 + S / H

1969 original Steel Records LP pressing, taped insert cover VG++, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl VG+(+), NO scratches, but what look like factory press imperfections on the vinyl, causing some clicks & pops, but plays very good plus, recordings made around 1963 -1965, released in 1969 by one of the guys that went on to form Trade Mark of Quality Records!

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Bob Dylan - Motor cycle, 1971 original Wheel Records LP, $750 + S / H

1971 original Wheel Records LP pressing #103, plain white stamped cover M- (very clean), NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, vinyl is VG(+), NO real scratches, but like these people (who went on to produce LPs under the Berkeley Records label) used very poor quality vinyl (or their processing technic were untrained at this point), because it has several pressing "marks", and though none skip or make loud noises, it produces some background noise in some tracks, but overall, this is about the best copy we have seen of this 50+ year old artifact! Part of "The Basement Tapes" with The Hawks (pre-Band) outfit in 1967 New York State. Why the title?? I guess it was the reason for the hole-up in Big Pink, as Dylan was recuperating from the cycle crash suffered in 1966, jamming with the musicians (Rick Danko, Levon Helm, Garth Hudson, Richard Manuel & the stinker Robbie Robertson) who were soon to become legendary as The Band in 1968.

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Bob Dylan ~ Burn Some More, 1973 original Trade Mark of Quality LP, $300 + S / H

1973 original "Smokin' Pig" Trade Mark of Quality Records LP pressing, loose insert cover VG++, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent, clean white "Smokin' Pig" labels. Side 2 was recorded live at the home of Gil Turner in 1962, a very rare early "Masters of War".  Side 1, 1st 3 songs recorded live, electrically in Liverpool, England in May 1966 with The Hawks (pre-The Band), and the last 2 songs are acoustic solo from Dublin, Ireland, May 5, 1966.

BOB DYLAN ~ John Birch Society Blues, 1973 original TMoQ GREEN VINYL LP, $3,000 + S / H

1973 original Trade Mark of Quality Records LP pressing, glued insert cover VG++, some shelf wear, NO seam splits or spine damage, taped about 3 inches on bottom center, green vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent.  "Ken" & "Dub" the founders of Trade Mark of Quality Records started putting out "the Smokin' Pig" versions in 1973. Bob Dylan recorded live & in the studio from 1961 to 1964.

GWWTalking Bear Mountain Massacre Picnic Blues, 1971 original TMQ LP, $5,000 + S / H

1971 original, early version Trade Mark of Quality Records LP pressing, stamped-in-purple cover VG++, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, beautifully aged, pig sticker is Bright Pink (my scanner cannot reproduce the bright colors, unfortunately).  Vinyl M-, NO scratches, on see through baby blue vinyl, white labels with some hand-written song titles by previous owner. Also nice of them to have typed out the set-list on a small piece of paper!   Recorded in 1961 in Minnesota & 1962 in New York City.

Friends of Chile concert, 1974 original Contraband LP, $300 + S / H

1974 original Contraband (CBM) Records LP pressing, pasted insert cover M-, blank back cover, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, some shelf wear. Vinyl M-, NO scratches, clean CBM labels, plays excellent (though "the sound quality" is terrifying at times!!.)

Side 1 recorded live at The Friends of Chile concert at The Felt Forum, New York City, May 9, 1974 with Phil Ochs, who organized the event, + Bob Dylan, Larry Estridge, Arlo Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Dave Van Ronk, Melanie, and others.

Side 2 recorded live at Carnegie Hall Hootenanny, September 21, 1962 with last track from August 27, 1965 at Forest Hills Tennis Stadium.

Bob Dylan ~ Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid / Final Theme, 1993 original DIYE 2CD, $150 + S / H

1993 original Diamonds In Your Ears 2CD pressing #66 / 67, this is an interesting set, with the 1st disc having the complete soundtrack music provided by Bob Dylan, or "Alias" in this movie, but the music is mixed in with the actual speaking parts of the actors, James Coburn, Kris Kristofferson, Bob Dylan, etc.  The 2nd disc is sort of like a "slide show", remember those? Pictures of the movie, with soundtrack music also. Limited Edition of 500 #'d copies, this is #93. But the most interesting thing is, I have been trying to figure out (for many years now), what the heck is Dylan wearing on his head in the cover picture??

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Bob Dylan + The Band ~ Planet Waves, 1974 Asylum Records 1st press LP, $300 + S / H

1974 original 1st press Asylum Records LP #7E-1003, textured cover M-, with false golden back, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent.  Released in January 1974 to coincide with the 1974 USA Tour.             

Hold The Fort For What It's Worth, 1976 original HAR 2nd pressing 2LP, $5,000 + S / H

1976 original Wicked Messenger Records 2LP pressing #HAR 168, printed cover M-, 2 clear vinyl with black splash M-, NO scratches, play excellent. Recorded live with The Rolling Thunder Revue & Medicine Show in Fort Worth, Texas, May 16, 1976.

Bob Dylan ~ Hold The Fort For What It's Worth, 1976 original multi-color 2LP, $5,000 + S / H

1976 original USA Wicked Messenger Records 2LP pressing #HAR 168, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, both vinyls M-, multi-color / psychedelic splash wax, NO scratches, plays excellent.  Recorded live with The Rolling Thunder Revue in Ft. Worth, Texas, May 16, 1976. Last 3 tracks November 1975.

Bob Dylan & The Rolling Thunder Revue ~ Lethal Dose, USA made Beacon Island 2LP, $500 + S / H

1979 original made in west coast USA Beacon Island Records 2LP pressing #two S 708, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, both vinyls M- with printed labels, NO scratches, plays excellent.

Sides 1 & 2 recorded live May 3, 1976 at The Warehouse, New Orleans, Louisiana (USA).

Sides 3 & 4 recorded live November 27, 1975 in Bangor, Maine (USA).

BOB DYLAN & THE ROLLING THUNDER REVUE2002 promo Bonus Disc from The Bootleg Series Vol. 5 DVD, $25 + S / H

2002 original promotional Columbia / Legacy / Sony Recordings DVD pressing #CSD 59299, disc M-, an official view of the legendary 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour! The most exciting concert tour of 1975 comes to your living room!! Embrace it!!

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Dylan's Basement Tape / Million Dollar Ba$h, 1974 USA LP pressing, $200 + S / H

1974 original Berkeley Records LP pressing, Gatefold (fold-out with flaps) cover VG+, NO seams, NO spine splits, one bent corner, NO ring-wear, NO cut-out markings, shelf wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. Recorded during the summer of 1967 in Big Pink, the house rented by The Hawks (soon to be The Band) in West Saugerties, New York.

BOB DYLAN / THE BAND - THE BASEMENT TAPES, 1976 original Japan 2nd press CBS / Sony 2LP + 2 inserts, $400 + S / H

1976 original 2nd press made in Japan CBS / Sony Records 2LP pressing #40AP 287, 8, sturdy Gatefold cover M-, NO OBI Japanese strip (MISSING!), NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, 2 inserts, a small, fold-out colorful one with discography & biography M-, the other is a large 8 page (stapled) booklet with printed lyrics in Japanese & English VG++, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent.

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BOB DYLAN & FRIENDS - Nothing's Like A Woman, 1985 Sweden 3LP pressing, $1,500 +  S / H 

1985 original made in Sweden MIW Records 3LP pressing #13, Gatefold cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, 6 sides of vinyl M-, NO scratch