"Searching For A Gem"

Bob Dylan's Officially Released Rarities and Obscurities

Audio: 1966 - Just Like A Woman

All the songs listed on this web-site are cross-referenced by song title in these alphabetical pages.
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This page contains all 1966 7" singles/EPs with Just Like A Woman. It has been separated from 1966 because of the length of that page. "Blonde On Blonde" album releases with rarities and the major 1966 Dylan 7" singles/EPs with rarities are now listed here:

Home ] Up ] 1966 Blonde On Blonde Rarities ] 1966 Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? ] 1966 I Want You ] [ 1966 Just Like A Woman ] 1966 Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat ] 1966 One Of Us Must Know ] 1966 Rainy Day Women ]

If you have any entries to add to the list or additions/corrections to existing entries, please let me know! Please note I cannot value your Dylan rarities - see the Mission page for reasons why. Contact the dealers on my Trading page for assistance!

Revised: 14 March, 2017.


"Just Like A Woman"/"Obviously 5 Believers" - 7" mono singles, Columbia 4-43792 (USA), promo releases: early Aug 1966, commercial releases: 18 Aug 1966:

Columbia 4-43792 (USA) - acetates:


US acetate of R-0323, sleeve scan by Arie de Reus


US acetate of R-0323, detail of sleeve, scan by Arie de Reus


US acetate of R-0323, centre scan by Arie de Reus


US acetate of R-0323, detail of alternate sleeve, photo by Zeroid

R-0323 Just Like A Woman - edit of Blonde On Blonde album version (2:56): the complete second verse ("Queen Mary") is removed and the harmonica solo at the end is truncated (the album version is 4:56)

For appearances of R-0323 on a Columbia US Hall of Fame 7" single and a Japanese 7" acetate, see 1973.

Arie de Reus has a very rare 10" acetate of R-0323 with the studio session number of "NCO 83264" and timing of 2:56. The acetate has no label and chalk handwritten text in the centre. This is believed to have been Bob Johnston's personal copy and has "Johnston" written in ink at top right of the buff sleeve. "Zeroid" has another copy with the same label and different writing on the sleeve (by the same person).

Columbia 4-43792 (USA) - promo copies:

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Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on red vinyl with red text - scan by Hans Seegers (R-0323 both sides)

The white label promo single on red vinyl has the same track on the reverse. It was also available on black vinyl with the same track both sides, and in versions with both black and red lettering, with the standard mono version of Obviously 5 Believers (3:31) on the reverse as on the commercial singles. All these variants had the same catalogue number, Columbia 4-43792.

Tom Willems's copy has the same track on both sides and is on black vinyl (hidden by the sleeve). Scott Neumann's copy has a handwritten date of "8/66" on the B-side, and Manuel García Jara's first copy has a handwritten date of "9-66". Manuel also has a copy with stickers on both sides from Juke Box Music Co. Inc., of Miami, AZ (not Miami, FL).


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with red text in generic sleeve - scan by Tom Willems (R-0323 both sides)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with red text - A-side scan by Scott Neuman (R-0323)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with red text
and "8/66" handwritten date - B-side scan by Scott Neuman (Obviously 5 Believers at 3:31)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with red text and "9-66" handwritten date - A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (R-0323)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with red text - detail of A-side, scan by Manuel García Jara ("JZSP 115434" and "Publisher: Dwarf Music")


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with red text - detail of A-side, scan by Manuel García Jara ("- B. Dylan -")


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with jukebox sticker - A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (R-0323)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with jukebox sticker - B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

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Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with black text - A-side scan by Robert Kornovich (R-0323)

Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with black text - detail of A-side, scan by Robert Kornovich ("JZSP 115434" but just "Dwarf Music", no "Publisher:")

Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with black text - detail of A-side, scan by Robert Kornovich (just "B. Dylan", no hyphens)
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Columbia 4-43792 (USA) promo release on black vinyl with black text - B-side scan by Robert Kornovich (Obviously 5 Believers at 3:31)
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Columbia generic sleeve for promo on black vinyl with black text, scan by Robert Kornovich

The labels of all these copies have "JZSP" to the right of the centre hole as part of the matrix number, and songs published by "Dwarf Music (ASCAP)". On all the copies with red text Bob Dylan's name under the centre hole is shown as "- B. Dylan -" with a hyphen on either side. "Produced by Bob Johnston" is on one line.

Robert Kornovich's white label promo of Just Like A Woman and Obviously 5 Believers on black vinyl with black text came in a brown Columbia Records sleeve. Hans Seegers says this sleeve was only used up to 1960, so it cannot be the original. This copy has two significant differences from the copies with red text: "Publisher:" is missing above "Dwarf Music (ASCAP)", and below the centre hole it just has "B. Dylan" under the song title, no hyphens on either side.

Columbia 4-43792 (USA) - commercial copies:

First variants - thick song titles:


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (R-0323, variant 1A)

Hans Seegers also has a demonstration copy of the commercial US single with red labels. "Produced by Bob Johnston" is 2.6 cm long, printed on one line below the song titles, and with no "Dwarf Music (ASCAP)" publishing credits to the right of the centre hole. There is a white promo sticker on the B-side, similar on the one shown below (Tom Willems' copy). Kenneth's Robson's single has a non-standard plastic centre insert. There are so far three variants of the first design of commercial labels, all have "Produced by Bob Johnston" on one line and no music publishing credits:

1A - matrix numbers to the right of the centre hole are "JZSP 115434" and "JZSP 115435" (as the white label promo variants), "- B. Dylan - " under the song title has hyphens on either side (as the promo variant with red text).

1B - matrix numbers to the right of the centre hole are "ZSP 115434" and "ZSP 115435", "- B. Dylan - " under the song title again has hyphens on either side.

1C - matrix numbers to the right of the centre hole are again "ZSP 115434" and "ZSP 115435", "B. Dylan" under the song title is without hyphens on either side (as the promo variant with black text).


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - detail of A-side, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1A - "JZSP 115434" and no publishing information)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - detail of A-side, scan by Kenneth Robson (variants 1A and 1B - "- B. Dylan -")


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1A)

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Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - A-side scan by Kenneth Robson (R-0323, variant 1B - the plastic centre insert is non-standard)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - detail of A-side, scan by Kenneth Robson (variant 1B, "ZSP 115434" and no publishing information)

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Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - B-side scan by Kenneth Robson (variant 1B)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - B-side with demo stamp in generic sleeve, scan by Tom Willems (variant 1B)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (R-0323, variant 1C)

Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - detail of A-side, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1C - "ZSP 115434" and no publishing information)

Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - detail of A-side, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1C - just "B. Dylan", no hyphens)

Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1C)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release (variant 1C?) - B-side with fake sleeve, picture from eBay

These variants were probably released at the same time from different Columbia US pressing plants. Thanks to Manuel García Jara for pointing out a copy of Columbia 4-43792 (possibly variant 1C) for auction on eBay with a fake sleeve described as a "special limited edition picture sleeve".

Second variant - thin song titles:


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - A-side with same generic sleeve, scan by Al Haug (R-0323, second variant)
Al Haug's single is a second variant of the commercial release with "Produced by Bob Johnston" on two lines and different typefaces for the titles, as well as credits to "Dwarf Music (ASCAP)" to the right of the centre hole, but without "Publisher:".


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - A-side scan by Al Haug (R-0323, second variant)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - detail of A-side, scan by Al Haug (second variant - "ZSP 115434" and "Dwarf Music", no "Publisher:")


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - detail of A-side, scan by Al Haug (second variant - just "B. Dylan", no hyphens)


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) commercial release - B-side scan by Al Haug (second variant)

Again, this variant was probably released at the same time as the ones above, but from a different Columbia US pressing plant.

Columbia/Legacy 88875124402-(SV)8 (USA), 6 Nov 2015:


Columbia/Legacy 8887512440211 (USA) - photo from bobdylan.com

The 18CD Collector's Edition of The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 - Bob Dylan 1965-1966 The Cutting Edge includes nine of the mono 7" singles released in 1965 and 1966 with new picture sleeves and a "leopard-skin" spindle with which to play the singles. Columbia 4-43792 from Sep 1966 is included as Columbia/Legacy 88875124402-(SV)8 with the US commercial single labels. The front and rear are from the West German single release CBS 2360 below.


Columbia/Legacy 8887512440211 (USA) - front of box (my copy)

Columbia/Legacy 8887512440211 (USA) - "leopard-skin" spindle

Columbia/Legacy 88875124402-SV8 (USA) - front (my copy)

Columbia/Legacy 88875124402-SV8 (USA) - rear

Columbia/Legacy 88875124402-SV8 (USA) - detail of rear

Columbia/Legacy 88875124402-8 (USA) - A-side

Columbia/Legacy 88875124402-8 (USA) - detail of A-side

Columbia/Legacy 88875124402-8 (USA) - B-side

Thanks to Arie de Reus, Hans Seegers, Sam C. Visser, Kenneth Robson, Robert Kornovich, Al Haug, Scott Neuman of forevervinyl.com, Zeroid, Manuel García Jara and Tom Willems for information and scans.


"Just Like A Woman"/"Obviously 5 Believers" - 7" mono single, Columbia 4-43792 (Canada), Sep 1966:

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Columbia 4-43792 (Canada) commercial release - A-side scan by David Plentus (R-0323)

David Plentus' Canadian release of this single is in a generic Columbia Canada sleeve, see 7" Single Sleeves.

Thanks to David Plentus for information and scans.

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Columbia 4-43792 (Canada) commercial release - B-side scan by David Plentus (Obviously 5 Believers at 3:31)


"Just Like A Woman"/"Obviously 5 Believers" - 7" mono singles, CBS 2360 (NL), 2 Sep 1966:

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CBS 2360 (NL) - front scan by Raoul Verolleman

Unusually, this single was not released in the UK. The Dutch single occurs in four label variations:
  1. Playing speed shown as "45 rpm" on the A-side and "45 RPM" on the B-side
  2. Playing speed shown as "45 RPM" on the A-side and "45 rpm" on the B-side
  3. Playing speed shown as "45 rpm" on both sides
  4. Playing speed shown as "45 RPM" on both sides

Only variants 1 and 2 are shown as the sides of the other records are identical.


CBS 2360 (NL) - rear scan by Hans Seegers


CBS 2360 (NL) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (R-0471) (variants 1 and 3)


CBS 2360 (NL) - detail of A-side, scan by Hans Seegers (variants 1 and 3)

CBS 2360 (NL) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (variants 1 and 4)


CBS 2360 (NL) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (R-0471, variants 2 and 4)


CBS 2360 (NL) - detail of A-side, scan by Hans Seegers (variants 2 and 4)


CBS 2360 (NL) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (variants 2 and 3)


CBS 2360 (NL) - A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (R-0471, alternate variant 3)


CBS 2360 (NL) - detail of A-side, scan by Hans Seegers (variants 1 and 3)


CBS 2360 (NL) - detail of A-side, scan by Manuel García Jara (alternate variant 3 - all text lower)


CBS 2360 (NL) - B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (alternate variant 3)

Onno Mastenbroek has a copy of variant 3 of the Dutch single where the A-side is timed at 4:46 (R-0471, see below), not 2:56 as it says on the label (R-0323). Hans Seegers says this is the same for all these Dutch singles! Manuel García Jara has a copy of variant 3 where both the text on either side of the centre hole and the text below the centre hole is printed slightly lower. The detailed scans start at "THE" in the circumference text on the left and show the same portion of each label, so that the difference is noticeable.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


"Just Like A Woman"/"Obviously 5 Believers" - 7" mono singles, CBS 2360 (West Germany), Sep 1966:

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CBS 2360 (West Germany) - front scan by Hans Seegers

The West German single occurs in two label variations:

  1. "BOB DYLAN" printed vertically, length 25mm
  2. "BOB DYLAN" printed vertically, length 16mm

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scans.


CBS 2360 (West Germany) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

CBS 2360 (West Germany) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (R-0323) (variant 1)

CBS 2360 (West Germany) - detail of A-side scan, by Hans Seegers (R-0323) (variant 1)

CBS 2360 (West Germany) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (variant 1)

CBS 2360 (West Germany) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (R-0323) (variant 2)


CBS 2360 (West Germany) - detail of A-side scan, by Hans Seegers (R-0323) (variant 2)


CBS 2360 (West Germany) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (variant 2)

"Just Like A Woman"/"Obviously 5 Believers" - 7" mono singles, CBS 2360 (Sweden/Norway/Denmark), Sep 1966:

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CBS 2360 (Norway) - front scan by Hans Seegers (blank on reverse)

The Norwegian thick card insert is blank on the other side. The Swedish insert is folded with identical sides, so front and rear are the same. The Danish one is a bag sleeve and is blank on the rear.

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CBS 2360 (Denmark) - front scan by Hans Seegers (blank on reverse)

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CBS 2360 (Sweden) - front scan by Hans Seegers (same both sides)


CBS 2360 (Norway) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (R-0323) (this record was also sold in Denmark and Sweden)


CBS 2360 (Norway) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (this record was also sold in Denmark and Sweden)

The records in all the Scandinavian singles are identical because they were pressed at the CBS plant in Oslo, Norway, and exported to Denmark and Sweden, where they were sold in country-specific sleeves.

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Raoul Verolleman and Bill Hester for information and scans.


"Just Like A Woman"/"Obviously 5 Believers" - 7" mono singles, CBS BA-221325 (Australia); CBS BA 461109 (New Zealand); CBS SSC 704 (South Africa), Sep 1966:

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CBS BA-221325 (Australia) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (commercial copy)

CBS BA-221325 (Australia) - A-side with promo stamp, scan by Stuart Moore (promo copy)

CBS BA-221325 (Australia) - detail of A-side with promo stamp, scan by Stuart Moore (promo copy)


CBS BA-221325 (Australia) - detail of A-side scan by Hans Seegers (promo and commercial copies - shows 2:56 timing)


CBS BA-221325 (Australia) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (promo and commercial copies)

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CBS SSC 704 (South Africa) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (R-0323)


CBS SSC 704 (South Africa) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS BA 461109 (New Zealand) - A-side scan by Bill Hester (R-0323)


CBS BA 461109 (New Zealand) - detail of A-side, scan by Bill Hester


CBS BA 461109 (New Zealand) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers

These singles did not have picture sleeves. Stuart Moore's Australian copy has a "SAMPLE" promo stamp on the A-side only. The South African single does not have the country of origin on the labels.

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Stuart Moore and Bill Hester for information and scans.


"Just Like A Woman"/"Obviously 5 Believers" - 7" mono promo and commercial singles, CBS LL-987-C (Japan), 1 Nov 1966:

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CBS LL-987-C (Japan) - front of folded insert, scan by Hans Seegers
This single from before CBS was bought by Sony came in a generic sleeve and with a four page folded insert.

The promo record shown has white labels dated "66-11-1" (1 Nov 1966) and the commercial record has orange CBS labels.


CBS LL-987-C (Japan) - outside of unfolded insert, scan by Wil Gielen


CBS LL-987-C (Japan) - inside of unfolded insert, scan by Wil Gielen


CBS LL-987-C (Japan) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (promo release)


CBS LL-987-C (Japan) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (promo release)


CBS LL-987-C (Japan) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (commercial release)

CBS LL-987-C (Japan) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (commercial release)

CBS LL-987-C (Japan) - A-side scan by Wil Gielen (commercial release taped over)

CBS LL-987-C (Japan) - B-side scan by Wil Gielen (commercial release taped over)

Wil Gielen's copy came in a generic green/yellow Columbia Records sleeve with Japanese text at the bottom of the rear side (see 7" Single Sleeves). The sleeve has the same Columbia Records logo that was used by EMI in the UK at the time. However, this may not have been the original sleeve for this single. Bizarrely, the record labels of Wil Gielen's copy each have a sticker over the CBS logo and a ring of tape covering the copyright information round the circumference of the label. The reason why this should have been done is obscure, it's possible it was done for a music club. Wil's copies of Subterranean Homesick Blues/She Belongs To Me (CBS LL-764-C, 1965, see Mono 7" Singles & EPs 1965) and Rainy Day Women #12 & 35/Pledging My Time (CBS LL-928-C, 1966, see 1966 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35) also have the same defacing, so have come from the same source. Apparently similar taping has been found on items imported from Hong Kong, so these may have been exported from Japan to another Far East country

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Wil Gielen for information and scans.


"Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat"/Just Like A Woman" - 7" mono single, CBS BA 30119 (Greece), 1966:


CBS BA 301119 (Greece) - A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (R-0471)

R-0447-3 Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat - edit (2:20, as opposed to 3:50 for album version)

R-0471 Just Like A Woman - second 7" single edit (4:46), different from R-0323
This version was 10 seconds shorter than the Blonde On Blonde album version (4:56), with a slightly earlier fade out.


CBS BA 301119 (Greece) - detail of A-side, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS BA 301119 (Greece) - B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (R-0471)

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CBS/Music Box Greece generic sleeve, scan by Hans Seegers

This Greek single in a generic sleeve has two tracks previously released as A-sides elsewhere in Europe, with Leopard-Skin Bill-Box Hat (R-0447) as the A-side, and Just Like A Woman (R-0471) as the B-side. At this time CBS records were distributed from Athens by a company called "Music Box". The Greek CBS sleeve therefore has the words 'Distributed by "Music Box" Athens' overprinted.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


"Just Like A Woman"/"I Want You" - 7" mono jukebox and commercial singles, CBS 2426 (Italy), Sep 1966:

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CBS 2426 commercial single (Italy) - front scan by Hans Seegers
R-0471-2 Just Like A Woman - second 7" single edit (4:46), different from R-0323, 10 seconds shorter than the album version (4:56), with a earlier fade out


CBS 2426 commercial single (Italy) - rear scan by Ronald Born

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CBS JB 2426 jukebox single (Italy) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (this single was released with three label variants)

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CBS ODJB 2426 jukebox single (Italy) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS SDJB 2426 jukebox single (Italy) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS 2426 commercial single (Italy) - alternate rear scan by Hans Seegers (lyrics translated into Italian)

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CBS JB 2426 jukebox singles (Italy) - jukebox strip for all three singles, scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS 2426 commercial single (Italy) - A-side scan by Kenneth Robson

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CBS 2426 commercial single (Italy) - B-side scan by Kenneth Robson (R-0322, length shown as 2:57)

R-0322-5 I Want You - slight edit 2:54 (full-length version is 3:07), see here
This single label again shows the length at 2:57, not 2:54

There were four Italian releases: a commercial single and three different jukebox singles. JB 2426 had three label variants.

Because they contain I Want You, these singles are also listed here.

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Ronald Born and Kenneth Robson for information and scans.


"I Want You" - 7" mono EP, CBS 5769 (France), Sep 1966:

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CBS 5769 (France) - front with languette, scan by Hans Seegers

This mono EP from Blonde On Blonde had I Want You and Obviously 5 Believers on the A-side and Just Like A Woman on the B-side. The French release has a "languette" (index tab) unique to France. For more information about languettes, see 1965.


CBS 5769 (France) - detail of front with languette, scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS 5769 (France) - rear with languette, scan by Hans Seegers (first variant)

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CBS 5769 (France) - rear with languette, scan by Hans Seegers (second variant)

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CBS 5769 (France) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (Just Like A Woman is 4:52)

The rear sleeve shows four other EPs by Bob Dylan released in France. On the second rear sleeve variant the third and fourth EPs are reversed!

I Want You is 3:01, so is not the 2:54 slight edit R-0322 (see 1966). Just Like A Woman is 4:52, so is not the 4:46 slight edit R-0323 listed here. This EP was released in West Germany under the title of Great New Sounds Vol. 1, see below.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scans.


"Great New Sounds Vol. 1" - 7" mono EP, CBS 5769 (West Germany), Sep 1966:

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CBS 5769 (West Germany) - front scan by Hans Seegers

This mono EP from Blonde On Blonde had I Want You and Obviously 5 Believers on the A-side and Just Like A Woman on the B-side. I Want You is 3:10, so is not the 2:54 slight edit R-0322 (see 1966). Just Like A Woman is 4:52, so is not the 4:46 slight edit R-0323 listed here. The rear sleeve has the same information about 34 EPs as the second release of West German EP CBS 6279 in 1965 Mono 7" Singles & EPs. The previous EP listed on the rear sleeve, CBS EP 6020, contains Positively 4th Street and is listed here. Manuel García Jara has a copy with the same sleeve where both sides of the record play correctly but have labels from an EP called "The Best Of Dave Brubeck", CBS EP 5759! The four tracks are taken from the 1966 Columbia/CBS compilation album Dave Brubeck's Greatest Hits.

This EP was released in France under the title of I Want You with the same catalogue number and front sleeve, see above.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Manuel García Jara for information and scans.

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CBS 5769 (West Germany) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS 5769 (West Germany) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (I Want You at 3:10)

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CBS 5769 (West Germany) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (Just Like A Woman at 4:52)

CBS 5769 (West Germany) - A-side with "Best Of Dave Brubeck" label, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS 5769 (West Germany) - B-side with "Best Of Dave Brubeck" label, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS 5759 (West Germany) - front scan by Manuel García Jara

"Bob Dylan" - 7" mono EP, CBS 5769 (Portugal), 1967 (three variants):

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CBS 5769 (Portugal) - front scan by Hans Seegers (all variants)
This mono EP from Blonde On Blonde had the same catalogue number as the French and West German EPs above and the same three tracks, but with Just Like A Woman on the A-side and I Want You/Obviously 5 Believers on the B-side.

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CBS 5769 (Portugal) - rear scan by Hans Seegers (all variants)

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CBS 5769 (Portugal) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (first variant)


CBS 5769 (Portugal) - detail of A-side, scan by Hans Seegers (first release - "(P) 1967", missing from second and third variants)


CBS 5769 (Portugal) - detail of A-side, scan by Hans Seegers (first release - "FABRICADO EM PORTUGAL", second variant is similar)


CBS 5769 (Portugal) - B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (first variant)


CBS 5769 (Portugal) - A-side scan by Stefan Haras (second variant)


CBS 5769 (Portugal) - B-side scan by Stefan Haras (second variant)

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CBS 5769 (Portugal) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (third variant)


CBS 5769 (Portugal) - detail of A-side, scan by Hans Seegers (third variant - "FABRICADO EM PORTUGAL POR F.P.D.")


CBS 5769 (Portugal) - B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (third variant)

This EP was released three times with the same sleeve but slightly different labels. Only the first variant has "(P) 1967" at top left. The first two variants have "FABRICADO EM PORTUGAL [MADE IN PORTUGAL]" at the bottom of the labels, but the third variant (which may have been released later in the 1960s) has "FABRICADO EM PORTUGAL POR F.P.D. [MADE IN PORTUGAL BY F.P.D.]" at the bottom. "F.P.D." means "Fábrica Portuguesa de Discos" but the complete name of this company was actually "Fábrica Portuguesa de Discos da Rádio Triunfo", then known as just "F.P.D." and later as just "Rádio Triunfo".

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Stefan Haras and Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


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