"Searching For A Gem"

Bob Dylan's Officially Released Rarities and Obscurities

Audio: 1966 - "Blonde On Blonde" Rarities

All the songs listed in the Official Rarities section are cross-referenced by song title in these alphabetical pages.
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This page contains details of mono and stereo album releases of "Blonde On Blonde" with rarities. It has been separated from 1966 because of the length of that page. For an 8-track release with a shortened Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands, see 1974. The major 1966 Dylan 7" singles/EPs with rarities are now listed here:

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Revised: 25 April, 2017.


Titles in red are not available on a currently released Bob Dylan CD (for these see bobdylan.com )

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For definitive details of the specific differences in all the various Blonde On Blonde mono and stereo mixes, see Roger Ford's "Electric Dylan" site: . Only tracks which appear in other places than the Blonde On Blonde album are now listed separately. For a discussion of the pictures removed from the inside of the original gatefold sleeve see The Blonde On Blonde Missing Pictures.


Mono Releases

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Columbia C2L 41 (USA) - front scan by Hans Seegers (1966 release)


Columbia C2L 41 (Canada) - front photo by Robert Kornovich (1966 release)

CBS 66012 (France) - front scan by Chris Hirte (1966 release)

CBS DDP 66012 (UK) - front scan by Hans Seegers (1966 release)

Columbia/Sundazed LP 5110 (USA) - picture from Sundazed web-site (2002 release)

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88697761042-7/C2L 41 (Europe) - front of card sleeve (2010 release, my copy)

According to Roger Ford the different mono mixes of this album are as follows:

R-0308 US mono mix (according to Roger Ford in "Isis 153" a remastered version of this now appears on the 2010 2CD mono release of Blonde On Blonde as part of The Original Mono Recordings, see Album Releases (Multi-Packs) 2010s.)

R-0309 Canadian mono mix: rough mixes, earlier than the US mono mix

R-0310 French mono mix: Sides 2 & 3 only (later than the US mono mix), Sides 1 & 4 are the same as the US mono mix

The UK release is a combination of mixes: Sides 1 & 2 - Canadian mono mix, Sides 3 & 4 - US mono mix.

For mono edits of Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 and Pledging My Time that don't appear on the mono albums, see here. For mono edits of Just Like A Woman that don't appear on the mono albums, see here. For mono edits of One Of Must Know (Sooner Or Later) that don't appear on the mono albums, see here. For a mono edit of Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat that doesn't appear on the mono albums, see here.


"Blonde On Blonde" - mono 2LP set, Columbia C2L 41 (USA), 16 May 1966; Sundazed mono LP release, Columbia LP 5110 (USA), Oct 2002:
For more details and pictures, see Mono Album Releases. For the story of the inner gatefold see The Blonde On Blonde Missing Pictures. The Sundazed LP reissue has the revised layout, not the original with Claudia Cardinale.

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Columbia C2L 41 (USA) - front scan by Hans Seegers

R-0308 US mono mix: different mixes and edits - not listed separately, except:

R-0050-9 One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later) - unfaded mono version (4:49) released as a single, see here
As Blonde On Blonde was released on 2CDs as part of the Oct 2010 9CD release The Original Mono Recordings, R-0050 is no longer a rarity.

The mono LPs of Blonde On Blonde have significantly different mixes and the length of the tracks frequently differ, by up to 50 seconds in some cases (information from Les Kokay and Roger Ford). This version has now become available again since the US mono LP was re-released by Sundazed in Oct 2002.

Yoshihiko Satake tells me that the Japanese stereo LP release of Blonde On Blonde is closest to the US mono LP - see below.


Columbia/Sundazed LP 5110 (USA) - 2002 release, picture from Sundazed web-site

"Blonde On Blonde" - mono 2LP set, Columbia C2L 41 (Canada), Summer 1966:


Columbia C2L 41 (Canada) - outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Gerd Rundel
R-0309 Canadian mono mix: different mixes and edits - not listed separately

The late Sam Visser had a copy of the C2L 41 Canadian mono LP which he believed was an earlier mix than the US mono album, this is confirmed by Roger Kornovich who has a copy of the same album. The discs are of heavy vinyl (approximately 180gm) and have matrix numbers: Side 1 - XLP113761-1A, Side 2 - XLP113762-1A, Side 3 - XLP113763-1A, Side 4 - XLP113764-1A. Roger Ford says it is different on all four sides from the "final" mono mix used on the Sundazed reissue, and different on sides 3 and 4 from the earlier mix used on UK/European mono pressings. The mixes are very noticeably different on Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine) and 4th Time Around, and Bob makes a vocal slip on Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands (Take 4) that's been rectified on all other releases. At the end of the fourth verse he sings "how could they ever have...uh...'suaded you". This was corrected by a splicing from Take 1, "how [could they ever have persuaded] you". Ironically the version of Take 4 included on the Nov 2015 18CD set The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 Ė Bob Dylan 1965-1966 The Cutting Edge Collectorís Edition is the spliced version, not the original version from this album! The inside of the gatefold sleeve is pasted on the heavy card cover, and the records have plain white sleeves. This release has the Claudia Cardinale picture on the inside gatefold and "Memphis Blues Again" on both the sleeve and the Side 2 label.


Columbia C2L 41 (Canada) - Side 1
scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia C2L 41 (Canada) - inside of gatefold sleeve,
scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia C2L 41 (Canada) - Side 2
scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia C2L 41 (Canada) - Side 3
scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia C2L 41 (Canada) - Side 4
scan by Gerd Rundel

Thanks to Sam Visser, Roger Kornovich, Roger Ford and Stephan Pickering for information and to Gerd Rundel for the scans.


"Blonde On Blonde" - mono 2LP set, CBS DDP 66012/CL 2516-2517 (UK), Aug 1966:
Thanks to Yan Friis for the information that the album first charted in the UK on 20 Aug 1966, confirming this release date.

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CBS DDP 66012 (UK) - front scan by Hans Seegers

R-0309-2 Canadian mono mix: different mixes and edits - not listed separately (Sides 1 and 2 only)

R-0308-3 US mono mix: different mixes and edits - not listed separately (Side 3s and 4 only)

This set has the Canadian mono mix on Sides 1 and 2, and the US mono mix on Sides 3 and 4! It therefore doesn't have R-0050 from the US mix on Side 1 (see above).

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Roger Ford and Robert Kornovich for information and scans.

For more information, see Mono Album Releases.


"Blonde On Blonde" - mono 2LP set, CBS 66012 (France), Sep 1966:

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CBS 66012 mono (France) - outside cover (note the white on black upright CBS logo) - scan by Chris Hirte
R-0308-2 US mono mix: different mixes and edits - not listed separately (Side 1 and 4 only)

R-0310 French mono mix (Sides 2 and 3 only): different mixes and edits - not listed separately (Sides 2 and 3 only)

This French release is unique in that it has a completely different centre with French sleeve notes and pictures of earlier CBS France Dylan releases. All the pictures in the US/UK gatefold centre are missing. It uses the US mix on Sides 1 and 4, but has unique mixes on Side 2 and 3. Roger Ford thinks these are later mixes than the US mix, while the Canadian mixes are earlier.

Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again is here given as just "Memphis Blues Again" on the cover and record label.

R-0050-10 One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later) - unfaded mono version (4:49)
This track from Side 1 of the US mix is listed separately because it was released as a single.

The test pressing from Arie de Reus is unusual in that the reverse of the first record is actually Side 3 (Side 1 of the second commercial LP), whereas the second record has Side 2 as its first side (Side 2 of the first commercial LP) and Side 4 as its reverse (Side 2 of the second commercial record). This test pressing is dated 9 Sep 1966.

Thanks to Chris Hirte for the scans.

For more information, see Mono Album Releases.


Stereo Releases

For a full listing of Blonde On Blonde stereo releases, see International Albums (Regular).

According to Roger Ford the different stereo mixes of this album are as follows:

R-0207 US 1966 original stereo mix

R-0285 US revised stereo mix introduced in 1968 but probably done after the album's first release in 1968

R-0302 Original 1987 CD mixes worldwide (abridged 1, abridged 2 and full-length) by Tim Geelan (for differences in track lengths in the versions, see

R-0305 1992 gold CD mix by Mark Wilder

R-0306 1999 SA-CD stereo mix by Michael Brauer (also used on the 2003 hybrid SA-CD release)

R-0307 2003 SA-CD 5.1 mix by Michael Brauer (from the 2003 hybrid SA-CD release)

The current CD release contains the CD layer of the 2003 hybrid SA-CD release, the same mix as the 1999 SA-CD stereo mix by Michael Brauer.

The 18CD set The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 (Collector's Edition), released Nov 2015, contains remixed stereo version of every track recorded at the sessions for Blonde On Blonde at Columbia Studios, New York and Nashville, with the originally released album tracks as follows:

Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (CD16, track 20); Pledging My Time (CD15, track 15); Visions of Johanna (CD13, track 10); One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later) (CD12, track 2); I Want You (CD17, track 11); Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again (CD15, track 2); Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (CD17, track 5); Just Like A Woman (CD16, track 8); Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine) (CD16, track 14); Temporary Like Achilles (CD16, track 18); Absolutely Sweet Marie (CD15, track 6); Fourth Time Around (CD13, track 6); Obviously Five Believers (CD17, track 4); Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands (CD14, track 4).


"Blonde On Blonde" - vinyl stereo 2LP set, Columbia C2S 841 (USA/Canada), 16 May 1966(?):
See note about this release date for the mono release above.


Columbia C2S 841 (USA) - front picture with sticker from eil.com
R-0207 US 1966 stereo mix, tracks not listed separately

This mix was used on the 2LP stereo releases in Europe, such as the UK in 1966 and Holland in 1967. It was also used on the first releases of the album in Japan (see below).


Columbia C2S 841 (USA) - inside of gatefold sleeve with 9 photos, song titles and musician credits, scan by Hans Seegers (first release)

"Blonde On Blonde" - remixed stereo 2LP set: Columbia C2S 841 (USA), 1968; CD release: Columbia CD 644114 2 (USA), 1982:


Columbia C2S 841 (USA) - 2LP release
The first US stereo mix released in 1966 was replaced in 1968 by a revised mix (source Roger Ford and Robert Kornovich.). This mix had appeared earlier in international releases, such as the first Australian and New Zealand releases in Sep 1966 and the separate Blonde On Blonde Vol. 1 release in Holland in 1967.

R-0285 US revised stereo mix, tracks not listed separately except:

R-0062-3  Pledging My Time - alternate stereo mix
This version appeared on the stereo compilation Zenith Salutes... The Teen Sound in 1966 and also on the 1967 Dutch Greatest Hits Vol. 3 album, so is listed separately

R-0063-2 4th Time Around - alternate stereo mix
This version appeared on the 1967 Dutch Greatest Hits Vol. 3 album, so is listed separately

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Columbia CD 644114 2 (USA) - CD release

Thanks to Larry Crum for pointing out that this mix also appeared on the UK vinyl and cassette releases in 1982. A previous note that there was a 1982 CD release with this mix was not correct.


" Blonde On Blonde" - stereo 2LP set, CBS/Sony SONP 50158-159 (Japan), 1970:
I have been previously told that several tracks on this release have different lengths and different mixes from the US stereo album. This was said to apply only to the first pressing of SONP 50158-159 only - later pressings were the same as the US album. (The matrix number in the centre of the album has "01" at the end.) However, Robert Kornovich now states that the first pressing of SONP 50158-159 is exactly the same as the first US stereo mix which was used from 1966 to 1968, as are subsequent pressings.

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CBS/Sony SONP 50158-159 (Japan, 1970) with side obi - photo by Seiji Murata
R-0207-2 original US 1966 stereo mix, tracks not listed separately

SONP 50158-159 was the second Japanese release of Blonde On Blonde - the album was originally released in Japan in two parts: Record 1 - Rainy Day Women 12 & 35: Bob Dylan/Vol. 5, CBS YS-672-C, Sep 1966; Record 2 - Blonde On Blonde: Bob Dylan! Vol. 6, CBS YS-748-C, Mar 1967. As far as I know these too had the1966 US mix.

Peter Tesoro says the specific differences he notices are:

"Temporary Like Achilles: extended version (5:18 versus 4:57 on the U.S. LP) with a later fade-out on the Japanese. I didnít notice a different mix on this one.

Visions Of Johanna: alternate mix + extended version with later fade out (7:34 versus 7:29 on the U.S. LP) on the Japanese version.

Obviously 5 Believers: extended version with later fade-out on the Japanese (3:37 versus 3:31 on U.S. LP) Again, I didnít notice a different mix here.

4th Time Around: very alternate mix, with the organ or accordion or whatever that is, on the Japanese version. Same timing, but Japanese goes longer before the fade-out begins. (R-0063)"

Thanks to Roger Ford and Hans Seegers for the information, and to Hans Seegers and Seiji Murata for pictures.


"Blonde On Blonde" - 8-track stereo release, Columbia 18 20 0012 (USA), 1974?:

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Columbia 18 20 0012 (USA) - slipcase front scan by Hans Seegers

R-0523 Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands - with shortened instrumental break (missing first eight bars)

Thanks to Thomas Wilmeth for the information and to Hans Seegers for further information and scan.

For more details and scans, see International Albums (Regular).


"Blonde On Blonde" - stereo CD versions (USA/UK/mainland Europe), 1980s & 1990s:
Several tracks of the album were originally edited so that the 2LP set would fit on to a standard late 1980s CD!


Triple scan by Stefan Kraft - first European release (shortened), standard European release before 2003, gold CD version
R-0302 Different mixes and edits - not listed separately

The 1988 "standard" Columbia CD was remixed by Tim Geelan, see International Albums (Regular). The 1992 Mastersound Gold CD (see below) was remixed by Mark Wilder. The 1999 Super Audio CD (SA-CD) was remixed by Michael Brauer and from Sep 2003 is the "standard "release, see International Albums (Regular).

Information from Tim Dunn:

"As regards the several US commercial CDs of Blonde On Blonde, this is what I have:

VERSION 1, released August 1987. Package: Columbia CGK 841, disc Columbia CK 9316. The outer edge of the disc has this: "MADE IN JAPAN"; the inner ring has "LAL (weird symbol) 2" -- the weird symbol is something like an upside down triangle on top of a stick! There are no track times on disc.

The songs in question are:

"Temporary Like Achilles": booklet and rear sleeve time of 4:48

"Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands": booklet and rear sleeve time of 10:44.

The front cover of the booklet has a 3/8" black strip which reads "2-RECORD SET ON 1 COMPACT DISC"

VERSION 2, released when? Package and disc Columbia CGK 841; disc adds "DIDP 070406". The "DIDP" number (Digital Identification Popular) was a code used by Sony DADC (Digital Audio Disc Corporation) on CDs pressed in Terre Haute, IN, or one of their other CD plants in the USA, from 1983 onwards (Classical CDs had "DIDC"). Disc inner ring reads "MADE IN USA" with "DIPD-070406 4" The inner ring also has 3 "stars" and then 5 more "stars."

The same tracks as above: "Temporary Like Achilles" still 4:48 while "Sad Eyed Lady" now 11:19.

My booklet is the same as with the first version so the corrected times are on the rear sleeve but not in the booklet.

VERSION 3, released when? The disc is identical to version 2 on my copy - indistinguishable. The booklet has been corrected - and the strip about a 2-record set has shrunk to 3/16" -- and the timings inside and on the rear sleeve are now:

"Temporary Like Achilles" 5:03 and "Sad Eyed Lady" still at 11:19.

The publisher's number for music is the same for all 3 (07464-00841-2)."


Columbia CGK 841 (USA) - outside of front CD insert, scan by Rich Wong

The pictures below are of the first release above, with Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands at 10:44. Thanks to Rich Wong for these.


Columbia CGK 841 (USA) - rear insert scan by Rich Wong (Sad Eyed Lady at 10:44)


Columbia CGK 841 (USA) - CD scan by Rich Wong

Rich Wong adds "The pressing for the Aug 1987 release is non-standard in relation to other CBS titles in that it was manufactured in Japan by Nippon/Columbia-Denon, a firm that actually pressed many captive import discs for sale in the USA up until 1987. The particular type of dot matrix imprinting on the center ring gives this away. In addition, the disc has the non-standard ring matrix of CK-9316, in place of the DIDP mastering code that would be prevalent for normal CBS discs pressed at the Digital Audio Disc Corporation plant in Terre Haute, Indiana. Also, the numbers 1A1 and 72 are imprinted on the ring, which I would presume to be batch codes that are a similar syntax to that found on other Nippon/Columbia-Denon disc pressings." This confirms Tim Dunn's information.

The different versions available of this album are very confusing, as each separate release throughout the years has had different mixes and track lengths. The first version on CD had several tracks truncated so it would fit on the then CD maximum length of 72 minutes, but the current CD releases and the Sony Mastersound gold CD version restore the lengths of most. For full details, see Roger Ford's articles in issues 2 and 3 of the Dylan fanzine "The Bridge" (For subscriptions, email ). These can also be found here .

The 1999 Columbia Super Audio CD (SA-CD) version became the definitive stereo version, but because of the cost of SA-CD players it was available to very few people. The two-disc Sep 2003 hybrid SA-CD release institutes the CD layer of this mix as the standard version, see International Albums (Regular). The CD layer has now been released as a single disc in Europe and the USA in 2004, and is now the regular version.

The "Millennium" release of Blonde On Blonde (in a card sleeve) is thought by many to be as good as, if not better than, the Mastersound gold CD.

Thanks also to Hans Seegers, Andrew Russ and Jean-Luc Sarrabayrouse for information on the Blonde On Blonde versions.


"Blonde On Blonde" - Mastersound Collector's Edition Super Bit Mapped (SBM) gold CD stereo release, Columbia CK 53016 (USA), 1992/SME (Sony Music Enterprises) Records SRCS 6682 (Japan), 21 Apr 1993; Columbia CK 64411 (USA), 1994; Columbia/Legacy 480417 2 (UK), 1998:
The 1992 release of the US gold CD came in a 12" x 6" book-style digipak, and the 1994 release in a slipcase like the European edition.


Columbia CK 53016 (USA) - front of digipak, scan by Hans Seegers (1992 release)
R-0305 Different mixes and edits - not listed separately (remixed by Mark Wilder)

Roger Ford says: "In 1992 Sony in the US brought out a new CD edition of Blonde On Blonde as one of the first releases in their MasterSound audiophile series. It came in a fancy 12" x 6" box, had a 24-karat gold reflective surface and was digitally mastered using a new 20-bit process which Sony called Super Bit Mapping (SBM). Much more significant than all this, though, was the fact that it was yet another remix, this time almost certainly from the four-track studio masters. For the first time, the packaging identified the person responsible: "Remixed and Remastered by Mark Wilder, Sony Music Studios, New York". Wilder is a Sony staff engineer whose name has appeared on remastered CDs from numerous other Columbia artists, including Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis and Bloomfield/Kooper/Stills, and he is credited with "digital editing" on the 1998 Live 1966 release. In general, Wilder seems to have tried to get closer to the original stereo vinyl mix, but with improved sound quality - a worthy idea from the point of view of authenticity, even though the original stereo mix wasn't all that good to begin with. His efforts are let down, though, by what seems like careless editing, with very abrupt fade-outs at the end of many of the tracks. Rumour had it that Dylan's office was not pleased to learn that Wilder had taken the liberty of remixing the album. In 1994 this MasterSound gold CD edition was reissued in the revised MasterSound series packaging - a jewel case inside a cardboard sleeve, with an open-out insert." See Electric Dylan .


Columbia CK 64411 (USA) - front of slipcase, scan by Gerd Rundel (1994 release)
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Columbia/Legacy 480417 2 (UK) - gold CD slipcase front showing picture CD (my copy)

SME Records SRCS 6682 (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Hans Seegers

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SME Records SRCS 6682 (Japan) - disc scan by Hans Seegers


SME Records SRCS 6682 (Japan) - top of limited edition wooden box, scan by Gerd Rundel

Gerd Rundel has a copy of the Japanese release SME Records SRCS 6682 in a magnificent wooden box with gold plated clasp and hinges, plus an inscribed gold plate. Hans Seegers is of the opinion this was a privately-produced "vanity" project independent of Sony, replacing the jewel case of the regular copies with a limited edition wooden box.

The European CD has an extra serial number "DIDP 11263". The "DIDP" number (Digital Identification Popular) is a code used by Sony DADC (Digital Audio Disc Corporation) on CDs pressed in Terre Haute, IN, or one of their other CD plants in the USA, from 1983 onwards (Classical CDs had "DIDC"). This gold edition of the album was replaced by the 1999 Super Audio CD (SA-CD) release, see International Albums (Regular).

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scans and to Jack Guerreiro for further information. For more details and scans, see International Albums (Regular).


"Blonde On Blonde" - Millennium Edition CD stereo release, Columbia MILLEN15 (UK), 1999:


Columbia MILLEN15 (UK) - front of card sleeve, scan by David Burgess

R-0305-2 Different mixes and edits - not listed separately (remixed by Mark Wilder)

Thanks to David Burgess for information and scan.

For more details and scans, see International Albums (Regular).


"Blonde On Blonde" - digipak stereo release, SMM (Sony Music Media)/Columbia 510576 2 (Europe), 2002:


SMM (Sony Music Media)/Columbia 510576 2 (Europe) - front of digipak, scan by Roger Ford
R-0305-3 Different mixes and edits - not listed separately (remixed by Mark Wilder)

Even though this is a silver CD, it is the same mix as the former UK gold CD (see above). The inside of the digipak has the original right hand picture layout with Claudia Cardinale, this time on the left.

Thanks to Roger Ford for information and scans. Roger Ford informs me that the 2003 UK digipak reissue of Blonde On Blonde is actually the Mark Wilder gold CD mix - more details and scans required.


"Blonde On Blonde" - Super Audio CD (SA-CD) release, Columbia CS 841 (USA)/SME (Sony Music Enterprises) Records SRCS 4531 (Japan), 1999:

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Columbia CS 841 (USA) - slipcase front, scan by Jack Guerreiro

R-0306 Different SA-CD stereo mixes and edits - not listed separately (remixed by Michael Brauer)

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro and Hans Seegers for information and scans.

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SME Records SRCS 4531 (Japan) - outside of digipak, scan by Hans Seegers

"Blonde On Blonde" - 2CD hybrid SA-CD set, Columbia C2H 90325 (USA/Canada)/Columbia 512352 6 (Europe), Sep 2003/Sony MHCP 10005-6 (Japan), 22 Oct 2003:


Columbia C2H 90325 (USA/Canada) - front of booklet (my copy)
This release is housed in a three-part fold-out digipak and contains a CD version and SA-CD versions in stereo and 5.1 surround sound split over two discs. It was necessary to restore the two-disc format of Blonde On Blonde because the three versions of the album would not fit on one disc.

R-0306-2 Different SA-CD stereo mixes and edits - not listed separately (remixed by Michael Brauer)

R-0307 Different SA-CD 5.1 mixes and edits - not listed separately (remixed by Michael Brauer)

The CD layer stereo version is the latest release and therefore not a rarity.

Thanks to Wil Gielen for information and scan.


Sony MHCP 10005-6 (Japan) - front of digipak, scan by Wil Gielen

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