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Another Side 1964
Another Side Of Bob Dylan (1964)
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This page is part of a list of original releases by release date of international commercially-released regular stereo Dylan albums. They do not contain rarities or obscurities and are not eligible for the Searching For A Gem list. Nevertheless, their interest value or scarcity means they're worth listing here - as far as I know some are not included on any other Internet site. Promo releases of regular albums are now listed here and no longer in the former yearly Promo sections.

Because of the length of this page, Bringing It All Back Home CD releases are now here. For releases of this album in CBS/Columbia multi-packs, see International Album Releases (Regular) - Multi-Packs.

Highway 61 Revisited 1965
Highway 61 Revisited (1965)
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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 24 April, 2017.


Original US stereo LP, Columbia CS 9128, 22 Mar 1965.

The famous front photograph was taken by Daniel Kramer. The woman in red is Sally Grossman, wife of Bob's then manager Albert. Rumours at the time were that it was Bob in drag!

For mono releases of this album, see Mono Album Releases. For an 8-track release with a shortened It's All Right Ma (I'm Only Bleeding), see 1974.

For information on differences between the various releases of this album, see Roger Ford's "Electric Dylan" web-site (this link is temporarily unavailable).

This title is now one of the fifteen Dylan albums released in Sep 2003 as a hybrid CD/SA-CD. This is playable both in stereo on an ordinary CD player and in enhanced stereo and 5.1 surround sound on an SA-CD player or a DVD player that also plays SA-CDs (Sony's higher range models all do this).

Out-takes from this album have been officially released as follows:

Biograph (1985): I'll Keep It With Mine (first version, the second version was released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3)

The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 (1991): Farewell Angelina; Subterranean Homesick Blues (alternate take); If You Gotta Go, Go Now (Or Else You Gotta Stay All Night)

The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 (2005): It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (alternate take); She Belongs To Me (alternate take). All these three are reportedly have already been circulating amongst collectors. The early 1964 version of Mr. Tambourine Man with Rambling Jack Elliott, sent to The Byrds so that they could cover the song, was also included on this set, but it's actually an out-take from Another Side Of Bob Dylan.

"Exclusive Out-takes From 'The Bootleg Series Vol. 7: No Direction Home - The Soundtrack'"- Three Track Download Only Single (2005): Outlaw Blues - alternate take recorded Columbia Studios, New York, 13 Jan 1965 (listed incorrectly as "16 Jan 1965"), previously uncirculating (R-0727), see Online Performances (Others).

NCIS: The Official TV Series Soundtrack Vol. 2 (2009): California - early version of Outlaw Blues with different lyrics, recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 13 Jan 1965, now released officially on the CBS US TV series soundtrack album, see 2009.

A version of Subterranean Homesick Blues remixed by The Tings Tings was released on a US/European Columbia 7" stereo single in 2011.

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 Bringing It All Back Home at Columbia Studios, New York, including the originally released album tracks as follows:

Subterranean Homesick Blues (CD1, track 24); She Belongs To Me (CD2, track 2); Maggie's Farm (CD2, track 9); Love Minus Zero/No Limit (CD1, track 20); Outlaw Blues (CD1, track 27); On The Road Again (CD2, track 16); Gates Of Eden (CD2, track 19); Mr. Tambourine Man (CD2, track 23); It’s All Right, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) (CD2, track 18); It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (CD2, track 24); Bob Dylan’s 115th Dream (intro with laughing - CD1, track 5, complete take - CD2, track 4).


Vinyl and Tape Releases


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, Columbia CS 9128 (USA), Mar 1965 onwards:
For the mono release of this album, see Mono Album Releases.


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - front with sticker, scan by Hans Seegers (first release)

There are at least four 1960s US stereo releases:

The first has a purple sticker advertising Subterranean Homesick Blues on the front sleeve and red Columbia labels with the "STEREO/360º SOUND" logos in black, "NONBREAKABLE" below the catalogue number to the left of the centre hole, and the copy shown has matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423-1A, Side 2 - XSM-79424-1A. The purple sticker was also used on the stereo reel-to-reel tape release, see below.

Scott from the USA has a second pressing copy of the first release without the purple sticker and with matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423-1B, Side 2 - XSM-79424-1B. Gerard Germano has a copy with the first release sleeve, with a first release label with "STEREO/360º SOUND" in black on Side 1, but with a second release label with "STEREO/360º SOUND" in white on Side 2!


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - front scan by Augie Krater (first release)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of front, scan by Gerard Germano (first release)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - front sticker scan by Hans Seegers (first release)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - rear scan by Hans Seegers


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Augie Krater (first release - "STEREO" logo in black, "NONBREAKABLE")


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of rear, scan by Gerard Germano (first release)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - copy with mixed first and second release labels, scan by Gerard Germano


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Augie Krater (first release - "STEREO" logo in black, "NONBREAKABLE")


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Stuart Moore (second release - "STEREO" logo in white, "NONBREAKABLE")


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Augie Krater (first release - "STEREO" logo in black, "NONBREAKABLE")


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Stuart Moore (second release - "STEREO" logo in white, "NONBREAKABLE" again)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Stuart Moore (second release -"STEREO" logo in white, "NONBREAKABLE")


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (first release)

The second release has red Columbia labels with the "STEREO/360º SOUND" logos in white, "NONBREAKABLE" below the catalogue number to the left of the centre hole, and matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423-1C, Side 2 - XSM-79424-1C. This copy, owned by Stuart Moore, came in a mono sleeve, so the correct sleeve can't yet be identified.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information that the label design with white arrows was introduced in Jul/Aug 1965 (Bringing It All Back Home had labels with black arrows on original release in Mar 1965, and Mr. Tambourine Man by The Byrds still had labels with black arrows on original release in Jun 1965).

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Augie Krater, Gerard Germano, Stuart Moore, Manuel García Jara and Gerd Rundel for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP release, Columbia CS 9128 (USA for export), 1965:


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - front with "CBS" sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel (second release)

This album has the US sleeve but the “COLUMBIA” logos on the front and rear are pasted over with “CBS” stickers. "Columbia" at bottom right of the rear sleeve has been whitened out. There are shaped dark red stickers with three CBS logos covering “COLUMBIA” on the labels, which are the second release with  "STEREO/360º SOUND" logos in white and "NONBREAKABLE". There are also dark red shaped “CBS” stickers pasted over "Columbia" at the bottom of the labels. The record of this copy has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423-1E, Side 2 - XSM-79424-1F.

Thanks to Gerd Rundel for information and scans.


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - rear with "CBS" sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel (second release)

Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of front with "CBS" sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel (second release)

Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of rear with "CBS" sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel (second release)

Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of rear with "Columbia" whitened out, scan by Gerd Rundel (second release)

Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 1 with "CBS" stickers, scan by Gerd Rundel (second release)

Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of Side 1 with "CBS" sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel (second release)

Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 2 with "CBS" stickers, scan by Gerd Rundel (second release)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of rear with "Columbia" whitened out at bottom right, scan by Gerd Rundel (second release)


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, Columbia CS 9128 (USA for export), late 1960s:
The copy signed by Bob is from Suze Rotolo's personal collection at auction at Christie's, New York, in Nov 2006, picture found by Jean-Pol Hiernaux.


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - later release without stereo/arrows logo signed by Bob, picture from Christie's New York web-site found by Jean-Pol Hiernaux (third release?)

The third 1960s release has no stereo/arrows logo on the front sleeve and the record has red Columbia labels with the "STEREO/360º SOUND" logos in white, and "NONBREAKABLE" is now missing from below the catalogue number to the left of the centre hole. The record of the copy shown has matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423-1J, Side 2 - XSM-79424-1D.


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - front scan by Gerd Rundel (fourth release, with stereo/arrows)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel (fourth release)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Henry V. Bell (third release -"STEREO" logo in white, "NONBREAKABLE" missing)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Henry V. Bell (third release - "STEREO" logo in white, "NONBREAKABLE" missing)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (fourth release - centre text italic, "STEREO" logo in white, "NONBREAKABLE" missing)

Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Henry V. Bell (third release - "STEREO" logo in white, "NONBREAKABLE" missing)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (fourth release - centre text italic, "STEREO" logo in white, "NONBREAKABLE" missing, "STEREO" below catalogue number on left)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (fourth release - centre text italic, "STEREO" logo in white, "NONBREAKABLE" missing)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (fourth release - this copy has a heart symbol at bottom right, indicating Pitman, NJ)

The fourth 1960s (1969-70) release comes in a sleeve which does have the stereo/arrows logo as shown. The copy shown has a heart symbol on the rear sleeve at bottom right. This indicates it is a reissue sleeve printed by Columbia at Pitman, NJ. There are some record label differences from those of the third release: “CS 9128” is now in bold italics and “STEREO” is now below it to the left of the centre hole; “SIDE 1/2” is now in bold italics to the right of the centre hole. The record of the copy shown has matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423-1J, Side 2 - XSM-79424-1H.

Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux, Henry V. Bell and Gerd Rundel for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP release, Columbia CS 9128 (USA), early 1970s:


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Colin Baker (early 1970s release)

Colin Baker has a copy of Columbia CS 9128 with the original sleeve and catalogue number but with labels in the later Columbia design. This dates from the early 1970s. The record of the copy shown has matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM 79423 1G, Side 2 - XSM 79424 1G. Henry Cooper has a copy where the record has the same "1G" matrix numbers but the labels in the earlier fourth design as above without "NONBREAKABLE".


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Colin Baker (early 1970s release)


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Colin Baker (early 1970s release)


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, Columbia KCS 9128 (USA), 1972 onwards:


Columbia KCS 9128 (USA) - front detail scan by Mick Robinson (1972 release)

Thanks to Mick Robinson for scans of the 1972 release, Columbia KCS 9128. This release has a different Columbia logo at top left of the front sleeve. The rear sleeve of Mick Robinson's copy shown has a gold promo stamp. There is an "S" above the Columbia logo on the rear sleeve. This means the sleeve was printed at Columbia's plant at Santa Maria, CA. The box with track names and times at the bottom of the rear sleeve is now missing.

Gerd Rundel's copy has the same sleeve as Mick Robinson's copy except for the gold promo stamp. This copy also has an "S" above the Columbia logo on the rear sleeve. Like the last release of CS 9128, this record again has 1970s Columbia labels with Columbia logos in a ring. The record of Gerd Rundel's 1972 copy has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423-1G, Side 2 - XSM-79424-1G. This album was issued again in 1982, this time with the "Stereo" at the top blacked out (not shown).


Columbia KCS 9128 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (1972 release)


Columbia KCS 9128 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (1972 release)


Columbia KCS 9128 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (1972 release)


Columbia KCS 9128 (USA) - detail of rear with promo stamp, scan by Mick Robinson (1972 release)


Columbia KCS 9128 (USA) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (1972 release)

Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers (first release - shown for comparison)


Columbia KCS 9128 (USA) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (1972 release)


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP release, Columbia KCS 9128 (USA for export), 1970s:


Columbia KCS 9128 (USA for export) - front scan by Lars M. Banke (1970s release)

Columbia KCS 9128 (USA for export) - detail of front with "Columbia" obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (1970s release)

Columbia KCS 9128 (USA for export) - rear scan by Lars M. Banke (1970s release)

Columbia KCS 9128 (USA for export) - detail of rear with "Columbia" obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (1970s release)

Columbia KCS 9128 (USA for export) - Side 1 with ring of "Columbia" logos painted out, scan by Lars M. Banke (1970s release)

Columbia KCS 9128 (USA for export) - Side 2 with ring of "Columbia" logos painted out, scan by Lars M. Banke (1970s release)


Columbia KCS 9128 (USA for export) - detail of rear with "Columbia" obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (1970s release)

Lars M. Banke has a copy of KCS 9128 purchased in Australia, with all instances of "Columbia" on the front and rear sleeves obscured with black marker pen. The ring of "Columbia" logos on the record label have been painted out in black, not covered with a ring-shaped sticker as on many other export copies. The record of this copy has matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM 79423 1G, Side 2 - XSM 79424 1G, the same as those of Colin Baker's copy of Columbia CS 9128 listed above.

Thanks to Lars M. Banke for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, Columbia PC 9128 (USA), early 1980s onwards:


Columbia PC 9128 (USA) - detail of front with sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1980s release)
Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Patrick Helfrich for scans of the 1990s release, Columbia PC 9128. It has redesigned red Columbia labels. The front sleeve again has no stereo/arrows logo at the top. Manuel García Jara has two copies of PC 9128, one has the 1990s labels and the other has the older style labels with Columbia logos in a ring. The front sleeve of the second copy has a sticker with "PC 9128" over the older catalogue number.

Gerd Rundel has a copy with a wraparound sticker on the sleeve with a barcode on the rear and "PC 9128" on the spine. The catalogue number on the front and rear of the sleeve is just "9128" but the record labels have catalogue number "JC 9128". The record of this copy has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM 79423-2K, Side 2 - XSM 79424-2H. Gerd Rundel's late 1980s release comes in the same PC 9128 sleeve with a barcode on the rear as Manuel and Patrick's 1990s copies, but the record labels have catalogue number "C 9128" and still have the older style design, this time with the inverted triangle symbol to the left of the centre hole on Side 1 introduced with Biograph in 1985. The record of this copy has handwritten matrix numbers: Side 1 - (FXAP) XSM 79423-G2B, Side 2 - (FXAP) XSM 79424-G2C.

Thanks to Hanns Peter Bushoff for information and to Hans Seegers, Stuart Moore, Henry V. Bell, Mick Robinson, Colin Baker, Patrick Helfrich and Gerd Rundel for scans.


Columbia PC 9128 (USA) - detail of rear with barcode on sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1980s release)


Columbia PC 9128 (USA) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1980s release)


Columbia PC 9128 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (first 1980s release)


Columbia PC 9128 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (first 1980s release)


Columbia PC 9128 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (first 1980s release)


Columbia JC 9128 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1980s release)

Columbia JC 9128 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1980s release)

Columbia JC 9128 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1980s release)

Columbia C 9128 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (third 1980s release)


Columbia C 9128 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (third 1980s release)


Columbia C 9128 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (third 1980s release)

Columbia PC 9128 (USA) - front with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara (1990s release)


Columbia PC 9128 (USA) - detail of front with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara (1990s release)

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Columbia PC 9128 (USA) - detail of rear with barcode, scan by Patrick Helfrich (late 1980s and 1990s releases)

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Columbia PC 9128 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (1990s release)

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Columbia PC 9128 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (1990s release)


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo 180gm vinyl LP, Columbia CS 9128 (USA), 1990s:


Columbia CS 9128 (USA) - front of 1990s release with "180 gram" sticker, picture from eil.com
This release was pressed on "High Definition Premium 180gm Virgin Vinyl". More scans required, especially the labels (the copy shown is still sealed).

"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo 180gm 45RPM 2LP set, Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA), 2012:


Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA) - picture from Music Direct web-site
This unique high quality recording was released on heavyweight vinyl playing at 45 RPM, which means that it is a 2LP set in a gatefold sleeve. There is also a Mobile Fidelity hybrid SA-CD release of this album in stereo only, not 5.1 surround sound as on the 2003 Columbia hybrid SA-CD release.

Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA) - rear photo by William Henry Prince

Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA) - detail of front sleeve of test pressing Record 1, scan by Gerd Rundel

Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA) - test pressing Side 1 (Record 1, Side 1), scan by Gerd Rundel

Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA) - test pressing Side 2 (Record 1, Side 2), scan by Gerd Rundel (Side 4 is the same)

Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA) - detail of front sleeve of test pressing Record 2, scan by Gerd Rundel

Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA) - test pressing Side 3 (Record 2, Side 1), scan by Gerd Rundel

Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA) - record in inner sleeve, photo by William Henry Prince

Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA) - inside of gatefold sleeve, photo by William Henry Prince

Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA) - detail of rear, scan by William Henry Prince

Mobile Fidelity MFSL 2-380 (USA) - Side 1 scan by William Henry Prince

Gerd Rundel's test pressing was made by RTI (Record Technology Inc.) for Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs. Each record comes in a plain white sleeve with stamped pressing date and catalogue number at top right of the front. Sides 1 and 3 have generic RTI labels and are dated 20 Jul 2012 while Sides 2 and 4 have plain white labels. The test pressing records have handwritten matrix numbers: Side 1 - MFSL 2-380 A2 plus 20596.1 (3), KW @ MoFi opposite, Side 2 - MFSL 2-380 B1 plus 20550.2 (3), KW @ MoFi opposite, Side 3 - MFSL 2-380 C1 plus 20550.3 (3), KW @ MoFi opposite, Side 4 - MFSL 2-380 D2 plus 20596.4 (3), KW @ MoFi opposite. In the matrix numbers, “KW @ MoFi” means that the records were mastered by Krieg Wunderlich of Mobile Fidelity.

Thanks to Éamonn Ó Catháin for information and to William Henry Prince and Gerd Rundel for pictures.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo reel-to-reel tape release, Columbia CQ 729 (USA), Mar 1965:

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Columbia CQ 729 (USA) - front of box scan by Steven Fant

This was the first Bob Dylan album to be issued on reel-to-reel tape, in 4-track stereo running at 7½" per second. All tracks are the standard stereo album versions. The box front has the same purple sticker advertising Subterranean Homesick Blues as the first stereo LP release.

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Columbia CQ 729 (USA) - rear of box scan by Steven Fant

Columbia CQ 729 (USA) - inside of box scan by Steven Fant
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Columbia CQ 729 (USA) - reel scan by Hans Seegers


Columbia CQ 729 (USA) - box spine scan by Steven Fant

The box is made of black card and the top and bottom are hinged together. There is a white wrap-around label with the artwork on the front and track titles on the rear. Steven Fant's copy has liner notes pasted inside the two halves of the box, apparently not all copies had this.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Steven Fant for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - 4-track stereo tape release, Columbia 14 10 0024 (USA), 1967?:


Columbia 14 10 0024 (USA) - front of cartridge, scan by Augie Krater
This Bringing It All Back Home 4-track cartridge release has a reshuffled tracklisting and Gates of Eden and It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) are missing entirely, making the album far more electric! Without a 4-track player it is impossible to say for certain whether any of the songs have edits (as the 8-track release below does).

Program 1: Subterranean Homesick Blues; On the Road Again; Bob Dylan's 115th Dream; Mr. Tambourine Man.

Program 2: She Belongs To Me; Love Minus Zero/No Limit; Maggie's Farm; Outlaw Blues; It's All Over Now, Baby Blue.

Thanks to Augie Krater for information and scans.


Columbia 14 10 0024 (USA) - reverse of cartridge, scan by Augie Krater

"Bringing It All Back Home" - 8-track stereo tape release, Columbia 18 10 0024 (USA), 1968; Columbia House PCA 24 (USA), 1974?:

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Columbia 18 10 0024 (USA) - front scan by Augie Krater (both releases)
This release contains a rarity in that It's All Right Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) is shortened by two verses, so it's also listed in 1974.

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Columbia 18 10 0024 (USA) - rear of first release, scan by Hans Seegers

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Columbia 18 10 0024 (USA) - rear of second release, scan by Hans Seegers

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Columbia House PCA 24 (USA) - slipcase front scan by Hans Seegers

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Columbia House PCA 24 (USA) - slipcase rear scan by Hans Seegers

 The track order was rearranged to make all four programs of roughly equivalent length:

Program 1: Subterranean Homesick Blues; On the Road Again; Bob Dylan's 115th Dream

Program 2: She Belongs To Me; Love Minus Zero/No Limit; Gates Of Eden

Program 3: Maggie's Farm; Outlaw Blues; It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

Program 4: Mr. Tambourine Man, It's All Right Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (edited version).

This 8-track edition was released twice in red cartridges, both times with the same front design. There was also a Columbia House record club edition with different packaging (the example shown is still sealed in a slipcase and has a black cartridge). Note the first variant of 18 10 0024 has three separate glued labels while the second has two - the rear label folds over the end.

Thanks to Thomas Wilmeth for the information and to Hans Seegers and Augie Krater for further information and scans.


Columbia 18 10 0024 (USA) - end of first release, scan by Hans Seegers (separate label)


Columbia 18 10 0024 (USA) - end of second release, scan by Hans Seegers (folded label)


Columbia House PCA 24 (USA) - end scan by Hans Seegers (folded label)

"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo cassette releases, Columbia 16 10 0024 (USA), 1970s; Columbia PCT 9128 (USA), 1980s and 1990s:


Columbia 16 10 0024 (USA) - outside of cassette insert, scan by Gerd Rundel (1970s release)


Columbia 16 10 0024 (USA) - inside of cassette insert, scan by Gerd Rundel (1970s release)


Columbia 16 10 0024 (USA) - cassette Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (1970s release)

Columbia 16 10 0024 (USA) - cassette Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (1970s release)


Columbia PCT 9128 (USA) - outside of cassette insert, scan by Augie Krater (1980s releases)

The first cassette dates from the 1970s and the insert does not have a barcode. The cassette has Dolby noise reduction. The reverse of the insert has details of other contemporary Columbia US cassette releases. The cassette is grey with black text - there are no paper labels.


Columbia JCT 9128 (USA) - cassette Side 1 scan by Augie Krater (first 1980s release)


Columbia JCT 9128 (USA) - cassette Side 2 scan by Augie Krater (first 1980s release)


Columbia JCT 9128 (USA) - detail of cassette Side 1, scan by Augie Krater (first 1980s release)

Columbia CT 9128 (USA) - detail of cassette Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1980s release)

Columbia CT 9128 (USA) - cassette Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1980s release)

Columbia CT 9128 (USA) - cassette Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1980s release)


Columbia PCT 9128 (USA) - outside of cassette insert, scan by Augie Krater (1990s release)


Columbia CT 9128 (USA) - detail of cassette Side 1, scan by Augie Krater (1990s release)


Columbia CT 9128 (USA) - cassette Side 1 scan by Augie Krater (1990s release)


Columbia CT 9128 (USA) - cassette Side 2 scan by Augie Krater (1990s release)

The second and third cassette releases date from the 1980s. They have the same insert with catalogue number "PCT 9128". The reverse of the insert is blank. Both cassettes are again grey with black text and no paper labels. The cassette of the first 1980s release has catalogue number "JCT 9128", and the cassette of the second 1980s release has catalogue number "CT 9128".

The fourth cassette release dates from the 1990s as it has the Sony web-site address on the rear of the insert. The reverse of the insert is again blank. The cassette is clear with white text - there are again no paper labels. The cassette again has the catalogue number "CT 9128".

Thanks to Augie Krater and Gerd Rundel for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, Columbia CS 9128 (Canada), Mar 1965 onwards, Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada), mid-1970s (two releases):

CS 9128 (Canada), Mar 1965 onwards:


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 release)
The US and Canadian first releases are virtually identical except for some slight differences: the Canadian sleeve has the small text "LITHO IN CAN." vertically printed on front, and on the rear the text "Printed in USA" is missing. The record labels are identical with the black STEREO/360º SOUND" logos, even with the same typeface, except the text "Printed in Can." instead of "Printed in USA". The first release copy shown is very strange: there are traces of removed stickers over the Columbia logos on the front and rear of the sleeve; but most noticeably on the record labels where it looks like similar ring-shaped stickers to those of the export copies below have been removed. So, it appears this copy was originally prepared for export, but for some reasons the stickers were removed and it was after all sold in Canada - it was bought in Montreal, Quebec, in Jun 1965. The record of this copy has matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423-1D, Side 2 - XSM-79424-1A.

Arie de Reus has a Canadian copy of the 1960s release CS 9128 with mixed labels - one side has a first release label with the "STEREO/360º SOUND" logos in black, while the other side has a second release label with the "STEREO/360º SOUND" logos in white, with "NONBREAKABLE" to the left of the centre hole.


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 release)

Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 release)

Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 release, "Stereo/CS 9128" at top right, mono catalogue number under "Columbia" logo)

Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 release)


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (first 1965 release - "STEREO" logo in black, "NONBREAKABLE")


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (first 1965 release, "NONBREAKABLE")


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (first 1965 release)


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (first 1965 release)


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - Side 1 scan by Arie de Reus (first 1960s release, from copy with mixed labels)


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - Side 2 scan by Arie de Reus (second 1960s release, "STEREO" logo in white, "NONBREAKABLE")


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of Side 2, scan by Arie de Reus (second 1960s release, "NONBREAKABLE")


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 release)


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - front scan by Victoria Stafford
Victoria Stafford has an album dated 1967 that must be a third and last Canadian two-eye label style pressing of Bringing It All Back Home. The front sleeve looks like the 1960s sleeve at top left, but it doesn't have "LITHO IN CAN." at bottom right. The 1967 rear sleeve has several differences from the 1965 sleeve: "CS 9128" is above "Home" in the same position as "KCS 9128" on the 1970s sleeve, and it doesn’t have the two lines of copyright text on the bottom but instead says “Shorepak Can. Pat. No. 758888, 1967” just like Stan Denski’s early 1970s The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan. The labels have the 2-eye design with white "STEREO"/"360 SOUND"/arrows logo, and do not have “NONBREAKABLE”. The font and text layout of both sides look identical to the 1970s labels - on Side 1 Love Minus Zero/No Limit is on two lines, but not printed like an equation. (I've shown a detail of Side 2 because I don't yet have a scan of the “NONBREAKABLE” Side 1.)

Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - rear scan by Victoria Stafford

Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of rear, scan by Victoria Stafford (1967 release, "CS 9128" now above "Home", mono catalogue number under "Columbia" logo missing)

Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - Side 1 scan by Victoria Stafford (1967 release, "STEREO" logo in white, "NONBREAKABLE" missing)

Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - Side 2 scan by Victoria Stafford

Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of Side 2, scan by Victoria Stafford (1967 release, "NONBREAKABLE" missing)


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of rear, scan by Victoria Stafford (1967 release)

Columbia CS 9128 (Canada), early 1970s:
 

Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (early 1970s release)

Gerd Rundel has a 1970s copy of CS 9128, probably the last with this catalogue number. The sleeve is the same as Victoria Stafford's 1967 release and has “LITHO IN CANADA” on the spine. The record has red Columbia labels with the logos in a circle round the circumference.


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (early 1970s release)


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (early 1970s release - "COLUMBIA RECORDS OF CANADA LTD.")


Columbia CS 9128 (Canada) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (early 1970s release)

The text layout on the labels is the same as on Victoria Stafford's 1967 copy. Love Minus Zero/No Limit on Side 1 is on two lines, but not printed like an equation. The bottom text on the labels reads "MANUFACTURED BY COLUMBIA RECORDS OF CANADA LTD." The record of this copy has matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423-1A (handwritten), Side 2 - XSM-79424-1A (stamped).

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada), mid-1970s (two releases):
 

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - front scan by Gerd Rundel (mid-1970s releases)
The sleeve of Gerd Rundel's 1970s copies of KCS 9128 have several differences front and rear from the 1960s sleeves, including new copyright text at the bottom rear. The records again have red Columbia labels with the logos in a circle round the circumference, with the same text layout as before, but with the new catalogue number as shown. The bottom text on the labels of the first record reads "COLUMBIA (logo) MARCAS REG. MADE IN CANADA". Columbia Records of Canada Ltd. was renamed CBS Records Canada Ltd. in late 1976, so this release is before then.

The bottom text on the labels of the second record reads "MANUFACTURED BY CBS RECORDS CANADA LTD." This release is therefore after late 1976. This copy has handwritten matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423-1A, Side 2 - XSM 79424-1A-2H (could be "ZH").


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - detail of front, scan by Gerd Rundel (mid-1970s releases)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel (mid-1970s releases)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (mid-1970s releases, "KCS 9128" now above "Home", mono catalogue number under "Columbia" logo missing))


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (first mid-1970s release - "COLUMBIA ... MADE IN CANADA")


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (both mid-1970s releases)

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (first mid-1970s release)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (first mid-1970s release)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (second mid-1970s release)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (second mid-1970s release - "CBS RECORDS CANADA LTD.")


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (second mid-1970s release)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (mid-1970s releases - "CBS RECORDS CANADA LTD.")
 


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada)
- front scan from an Internet record dealer

This interesting item is said to be a picture disc edition of the Columbia Canada release, shown here in a clear plastic sleeve. However, as far as I know, no Dylan picture discs have ever been released by Columbia worldwide. These albums were made unofficially in Germany or Italy. For a "Brazilian" picture disc release, see below. Thanks to Ed Ricardo for finding this item.


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada)
- rear scan from an Internet record dealer

Thanks to Arie de Reus, Gerd Rundel, Manuel García Jara and Victoria Stafford for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export), 1972 onwards:
Lars M. Banke has four copies of the 1970s Canadian release KCS 9128 bought in Sweden. Three have the Columbia name and logos on the sleeves and record labels obscured (the fourth has "Columbia" obscured on the sleeve but not on the record labels). This is because Columbia traded as CBS in countries where the Columbia trade name was then owned by EMI.

First variant:


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - front with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (first variant)
Copy one has the Columbia information on the front and rear of the sleeve obscured with black marker pen handwritten. The record labels have white ring-shaped stickers obscuring the Columbia information. The sleeve has "KCS 9128" under "STEREO" in the front left hand top corner and also has "KCS 9128" above "Home" on the rear sleeve. On the rear sleeve the manufacturer information is on two lines.
Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of front with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (first variant with "KCS 9128")

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of rear, scan by Lars M. Banke (first variant with "KCS 9128" above "Home")

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - rear with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (first variant)

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of rear with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (first variant)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of rear with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (first variant, CBS Canada information on two lines)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - Side 1 with Columbia details obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (first variant, white sticker)

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - Side 2 with Columbia details obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (first variant, white sticker)

Second and Third variants:


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - front scan by Lars M. Banke (second variant with "KCS 9128", sticker missing)
Copy two has black stickers covering the Columbia information on the sleeve, although the sticker has been removed from the front sleeve, leaving a visible circle of glue residue. The copy two record has black ring-shaped stickers obscuring the Columbia information. The CBS Canada information at the bottom of the rear sleeve is on one line. Copy three has the Columbia logos obscured with black marker pen. Otherwise the sleeve is the same as copy two except that there are no stickers on the record labels.
Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of front, scan by Lars M. Banke (second variant with "KCS 9128", sticker missing)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - rear with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (second variant)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of rear, scan by Lars M. Banke (second and third variants, CBS Canada information on one line)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of rear with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (second variant)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of rear, scan by Lars M. Banke (second variant with "KCS 9128" above "Home")

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - front with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (third variant)

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of front with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (third variant)

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - rear with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (third variant)

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of rear with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (third variant)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - Side 1 with Columbia details obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (second variant, black sticker)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - Side 2 with Columbia details obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (second variant, black sticker)

Fourth variant:


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - front with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (fourth variant)
Copy four again has black stickers covering the Columbia information on the sleeve. The record again has black ring-shaped stickers obscuring the Columbia information. Three the "KCS 9128" under "STEREO" in the front left hand top corner is missing, as is also the "KCS 9128" above "Home" on the rear sleeve. The CBS Canada information at the bottom of the rear sleeve is on one line.

Thanks to Lars M. Banke for information and scans.


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of front with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (fourth variant with "KCS 9128" missing)

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - rear with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (fourth variant)

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of rear with Columbia name obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (fourth variant)

Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - detail of rear, scan by Lars M. Banke (fourth variant with "KCS 9128" missing from above "Home")


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - Side 1 with Columbia details obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (fourth variant, black sticker)


Columbia KCS 9128 (Canada for export) - Side 2 with Columbia details obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke (fourth variant, black sticker)

"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, CBS SBPG 62515 (UK), May 1965 onwards; CBS 32344 (UK), 1983:

CBS SBPG 62515 (UK), 1965 release:


CBS SBPG 62515 (UK) - front scan by Hans Seegers (1965 release with top centre stereo/arrows logo)
This album was released in stereo in the UK in 1965, again in the late 1960s, the mid 1970s, and then re-released in 1983 with a new catalogue number, CBS 32344. The 1965 stereo album has the "STEREO"/arrows logo on the front sleeve in varying locations, which implies that it was printed separately (at random!). The sleeve was printed by Ernest J. Day & Co., Ltd. and the rear has three folded-over flaps. The 1965 record has orange CBS labels and the copy shown has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A; Side 2 - SBPG 62515 B. Mick Robinson has a copy of the first pressing with "AC" stamped on the rear sleeve and Side 1 record label - this may denote "Advanced Copy". On all these Side 1 record labels "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" is listed as "Love Minus Zero - No Limit" on one line.


CBS SBPG 62515 (UK) - front scan by Gerd Rundel (1965 release with top right stereo/arrows logo)


CBS SBPG 62515 (UK) - front scan by Gerd Rundel (1965 release with bottom centre stereo/arrows logo)


CBS SBPG 62515 (UK) - detail of front, scan by Gerd Rundel (1965 release with bottom centre stereo/arrows logo)

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CBS SBPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear with "AC" stamp, scan by Mick Robinson (first release with stereo/arrows logo)


CBS SBPG 62515 (UK) - rear scan by Hans Seegers (first release with stereo/arrows logo)


CBS SBPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Henry V. Bell (first release with stereo/arrows logo)


CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (first release)


CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers (first release)


CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers (first release)


CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers (first release)

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CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Mick Robinson (first release with "AC" stamp)


CBS sbpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (alternate first release)


CBS sbpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (alternate first release)

CBS sbpg 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (alternate first release)

CBS sbpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 2, scan by Gerd Rundel (alternate first release with tax code "K" and "T" stamped on either side of the centre hole - just visible)

CBS sbpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Simon Blokker (second alternate first release)

Thanks to Marco Stadler and Andre de Gaye for photos of first pressing copies with different front sleeves in that the "STEREO"/arrows logo is at the top right and bottom of the front sleeve instead of the top. These copies have the same rear sleeve and record labels as Hans Seegers' copy as well as the same matrix numbers. The playing speed on the first pressing labels is just "33" - on the later label design below it is "33". The catalogue number on the record labels is shown as "CBS Sbpg 62515" or "CBS sbpg 62515".


CBS sbpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Simon Blokker (second alternate first release - widely spaced song titles)

CBS sbpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (alternate first release - narrowly spaced song titles)

Gerd Rundel has a copy where the record has first release variant labels. It comes in a sleeve with top right stereo/arrows logo as shown above. The rear sleeve is the same as shown on Hans' rear scan of the first release. This may be a contract pressing by EMI because the Side 2 record label has UK purchase tax codes “K” and “T” stamped on either side of the centre hole. The catalogue number on the labels of this copy is “sbpg 62515” while Hans' copy has “Sbpg 62515” ("S" in full-sized capitals). The record of this copy has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A, Side 2 - SBPG 62515 B. Simon Blokker has a similar copy with the catalogue number on the labels as “sbpg 62515”, the same record matrix numbers, and the same sleeve printed by Ernest J. Day & Co., Ltd. However, on his record labels the song titles are more widely spaced than on the labels of Gerd's copy, with much less space between song 7 and "MADE IN ENGLAND".


CBS SBPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (first release)

Kimmo Niemi from Finland has two copies of the UK stereo release, both have orange CBS labels with "33" playing speed (not "33"). One of the copies has the "STEREO"/arrows logo at front top centre, the other has it at top right. One of the copies has UK matrixes, "SPBG 62515", the other copy, has the US matrixes, starting with "XSM 79423". Both labels look like the first UK pressing, but the US matrix labels are “smoother” rather than the CBS UK rough (textured) labels.

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK), late 1960s releases:


CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1960s release without stereo/arrows logo)

The stereo/arrows logo is missing from the front and rear sleeve of the late 1960s release. The rear sleeve has a second piece of boxed text with "CBS Stereo Records can be played on Mono Reproducers", etc.


CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (alternate late 1960s release with red stereo/arrows logo)

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CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear with printer's name, scan by Mick Robinson (late 1960s release with printer's name present)


CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1960s release - no "STEREO" or catalogue number)


CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (alternate late 1960s release with red stereo/arrows logo, printer's name present)

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CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear with printer's name missing, scan by Hans Seegers (alternate late 1960s release with printer's name missing)


CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1960s release without stereo/arrows logo, printer's name missing)


CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1960s release - no "STEREO")


CBS S bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1960s release)


CBS S bpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1960s release)


CBS sbpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, (late 1960s release- playing speed "33")


CBS S bpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1960s release)

CBS S bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1960s release)


CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1960s release - version with printer's name)

Mick Robinson's copy also has the printer's name and address, "Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd., London". Manuel García Jara has a copy like this, but both he and Hans Seegers have copies where the printer's name and address are missing, probably from a different printer. Manuel has another copy with the printer's name where the rear sleeve has a red "STEREO"/arrows stamp at top centre.

The late 1960s album still has orange CBS record labels with different text font and layout. The playing speed is now "33". "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" is now listed as

"Love Minus Zero
No Limit"

on two lines with the first line underlined as an equation. The catalogue number on the record labels is shown slightly differently as "CBS S bpg 62515. The record of Manuel's copy with the printer's name and the red "STEREO"/arrows stamp on the rear sleeve has the same labels as shown and stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 -SBPG 62515 A2, Side 2 - SBPG 62515 B2.


CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK for Israel) - front sticker photo by Omri Amit
Omri Amit from Israel has a copy of the late 1960s release bought there with a gold foil price sticker for 17/90 Israeli shekels on the front sleeve. The rear sleeve has a gold foil sticker with "Stereo". The record has late 1960s release UK labels as shown immediately above with playing speed "33" but there is a Hebrew character written in the vinyl as shown. Apparently CBS Israel bought sleeves and labels from the UK but the records themselves were pressed in Israel.
CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK for Israel) - rear sticker photo by Omri Amit

CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK for Israel) - detail of Side 2 with Hebrew character, photo by Omri Amit

CBS Sbpg 62515/CBS SBPG 62515 (UK), mid 1970s releases:


CBS Sbpg 62515/CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - front scan by Gerd Rundel (both mid 1970s releases)

Both of Gerd Rundel's mid 1970s copies have the same sleeve as the late 1960s release, no text above or below the CBS logo on the front, the rear is without stereo/arrows logo and the printer's name is missing. On the Side 1 label Love Minus Zero/No Limit is again listed on two lines with the first line underlined as above. The records of these copies have orange/yellow CBS labels, introduced for the first time with Desire in 1976.


CBS Sbpg 62515/CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of front, scan by Gerd Rundel (both mid 1970s releases - no "STEREO" or catalogue number)

CBS Sbpg 62515/CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel (both mid 1970s releases)

CBS Sbpg 62515/CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (both mid 1970s releases - no "STEREO")

CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (first mid 1970s release)

CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (first mid 1970s release - "BOB DYLAN" above "BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME", no "(P) 1965")

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (second mid 1970s release - "MADE IN ENGLAND" at bottom, first is similar)

CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (first mid 1970s release)

CBS Sbpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 2, scan by Gerd Rundel (first mid 1970s release - song titles and credits on seven lines)


CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (second mid 1970s release)


CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (second mid 1970s release - "BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME" above "BOB DYLAN", "(P) 1965" is back)

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (second mid 1970s release - track 4 on two lines, "Blossom Music", first is similar)

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (second mid 1970s release)

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 2, scan by Gerd Rundel (second mid 1970s release - song titles and credits on five lines)


CBS Sbpg 62515/CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (both mid 1970s releases - no printer's name)

The record labels of the first copy have: "Sbpg 62515" to the right of the centre hole; "(P) 1965" is missing to the right of the centre hole; "BOB DYLAN" is above the album title like the 1960s releases; Songs 3 and 4 on Side 2 have "(B. Dylan)" below the song titles on separate lines. On the Side 1 label the text above and on either side of the centre hole is more highly positioned than on the Side 2 label, but this may just be for this specific copy.

The record labels of the second copy have: "S BPG 62515" to the right of the centre hole; "(P) 1965" has returned to the right of the centre hole; "BOB DYLAN" is below the album title like the late 1970s and the 1980s releases; Songs 3 and 4 on Side 2 have "(B. Dylan)" on the same lines as the song titles.

The records of both copies shown have stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A2, Side 2 - SBPG 62515 B2.

CBS SBPG 62515 (UK), late 1970s release:


CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - front scan by Gerd Rundel (later 1970s release)
Gerd Rundel's later 1970s copy has a different sleeve from that of the late 1960s release, now printed by Shorewood:
  • the front sleeve has “STEREO” above and “62515” below the CBS logo at top left (missing on Manuel's late 1960s copy)
  • the rear sleeve has “STEREO” above the CBS logo at top right (missing on the late 1960s and mid 1970s copies)
  • the bottom of the rear sleeve has the printer's name “Shorewood Packaging Co. Ltd.” and the PPL Ganton Street address.

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of front, scan by Gerd Rundel (later 1970s release with "STEREO" above logo and catalogue number)

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel (later 1970s release)

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (later 1970s release with "STEREO" above logo)

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (later 1970s release)

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (later 1970s release)

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (later 1970s release, still "Blossom Music")

CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (later 1970s release)


CBS S BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (later 1970s release - compare with later releases below)

Phonographic Performance Ltd. (PPL), the UK music licensing company and performance rights organisation, moved from Oxford Street in London to 14-22 Ganton Street in 1977, so this release is after then. It does not have the "LC|0149" in a capsule on the sleeve and record labels that are on UK CBS releases from the end of the 1970s, and on the 1980s releases, see below. There must be a late 1970s/early 1980s copy with orange/yellow CBS record labels where the sleeve and labels have these codes.

The orange/yellow CBS record labels are different from those of the mid 1970s copies:

There is also an error in the listed US matrix numbers to the right of the centre hole because both sides have “XSM 79424”, the Side 1 US matrix number should be “XSM 79423” (see US releases). The record of the copy shown has matrix numbers: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A2 (stamped), Side 2 - CBS-S-62515-B-3 (handwritten).

CBS BPG 62515 (UK), late 1970s/early 1980s releases:


CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (first late 1970s/early 1980s release)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (first late 1970s/early 1980s release - mono catalogue number on right)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (first late 1970s/early 1980s release - "MADE IN ENGLAND" still at bottom)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (first late 1970s/early 1980s release - "LOVE MINUS ZERO" in bold face, second late 1970s/early 1980s release is the same)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (first late 1970s/early 1980s release)

This late 1970s/early 1980s release with the mono catalogue number comes in the same sleeve as the late 1970s copy immediately above. The record has orange/yellow CBS labels without "LC|0149" in a capsule, with the album title above "Bob Dylan", no underline for "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" as above. The error in the listed US matrix numbers to the right of the centre hole with both sides having “XSM 79424” (Side 1 should be “XSM 79423”) is repeated. “MADE IN ENGLAND” is still at the bottom of the labels. The record of the copy shown has the same matrix numbers as Gerd's listed late 1970s copy: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A2 (stamped), Side 2 - CBS-S-62515-B-3 (handwritten).


CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Ronald Born (second late 1970s/early 1980s release)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Ronald Born (second late 1970s/early 1980s release - mono catalogue number on right)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Ronald Born (second late 1970s/early 1980s release - "MADE IN ENGLAND" in circumference text)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Ronald Born (second late 1970s/early 1980s release - CBS copyright info at bottom)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Ronald Born (second late 1970s/early 1980s release)

This second late 1970s/early 1980s release with the mono catalogue number again comes in the same sleeve as the late 1970s copy immediately above. The record labels now have "MADE IN ENGLAND" in the circumference text and CBS copyright info at the bottom. "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" is again as immediately above and the error in the listed US matrix numbers to the right of the centre hole on Side 1 is still uncorrected. The matrix numbers seem to be the same as for the first CBS 32344 release below (including "32344"): Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A2 (stamped) 32344 (stamped), Side 2 - CBS 32344 B4 (handwritten) 62515 (handwritten), so this may be the last release with the "62515" catalogue number.

CBS S BPG 62515 (Ireland), late 1970s:


CBS S BPG 62515 (Ireland) - front scan by Lars M. Banke
This Irish release with the original catalogue number comes in the same late 1970s UK sleeve as above.
CBS S BPG 62515 (Ireland) - rear scan by Lars M. Banke

CBS S BPG 62515 (Ireland) - Side 1 scan by Lars M. Banke

CBS S BPG 62515 (Ireland) - detail of Side 1, scan by Lars M. Banke

CBS S BPG 62515 (Ireland) - Side 2 scan by Lars M. Banke

The record has orange/yellow CBS labels with "Record mfd. in Ireland" as well as "MADE IN ENGLAND" at the bottom of the labels. The record of the copy shown has matrix numbers: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A 2 (stamped), Side 2 - CBS S 62515 B3 (handwritten).


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, CBS 32344 (UK), 1982, re-released 1983, 1984, late 1980s; Columbia 32344 (UK), 1991:

CBS 32344 (UK), 1982, re-released 1983, 1984, late 1980s:


CBS 32344 (UK) - front scan by Hans Seegers (all 1980s CBS releases)


Columbia/CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of front, scan by Gerd Rundel (1991 release, all 1980s CBS releases are the same)


CBS 32344 (UK) - rear scan by Hans Seegers (all 1980s CBS releases)


Columbia/CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (1991 release, all 1980s CBS releases are the same)


CBS 32344 (UK) - inner sleeve front scan by Gerd Rundel (1984 release)


CBS 32344 (UK) - inner sleeve rear scan by Gerd Rundel (1984 release)


CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (1982 release)


CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers (1982 release - "BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME" still above "BOB DYLAN")


CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers (1982 release - "MADE IN ENGLAND" in circumference text)


CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers (1982 release - track 4 on one line, "Warner Brothers Music")


CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers (1982 release)


CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (first 1983 release)

CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (first 1983 release - "BOB DYLAN" now above "BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME", - track 4 on one line)


CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (first 1983 release - "MADE IN ENGLAND" in circumference text)


CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (first 1983 release -"Warner Brothers Music", no text at bottom)


CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (first 1983 release)

CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1983 release)

CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1983 release)


CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1983 release - "MADE IN ENGLAND" again in circumference text)


CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1983 release - CBS copyright info at bottom)


CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (second 1983 release)


CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (1984 release - text is identical to second 1983 release)


CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (1984 release -
"BOB DYLAN" again above "BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME", late 1980s release is the same)


CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (1984 release - CBS copyright info moved to circumference on late 1980s release)


CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (1984 release
- "MADE IN ENGLAND" in circumference text)


CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (1984 release)

CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of inner sleeve rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (1984 release)

CBS 32344 (UK) (UK) - inner sleeve front scan by Gerd Rundel (late 1980s release)


CBS 32344 (UK) - inner sleeve rear scan by Gerd Rundel (late 1980s release)


CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (late 1980s release)

CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (late 1980s release - "MADE IN ENGLAND" and CBS copyright info in circumference text)

CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (late 1980s release)


CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers (all 1980s CBS releases with Shorepak printer details at bottom right, compare with 1991 release below)

Around 1982 all Dylan albums were reissued in the UK with orange/yellow CBS labels and catalogue numbers "CBS 323xx". The 1982 sleeve again has no "STEREO" logo on the front, and the catalogue number is now CBS 32344. The sleeve now has folded under flaps. Track 4 on Side 1 is again "Love Minus Zero - No Limit". The album title is above "BOB DYLAN". The record of the 1982 copy shown has orange/yellow CBS labels with matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515-A2/2B-1 32344 (stamped), Side 2 - CBS 32344 B4 - 62515 (handwritten).

The album was released again in 1983 with the same sleeve, again with orange/yellow CBS labels of a different design. The album title is now below "BOB DYLAN" and the text layout is exactly the same as that of the 1984 red CBS record labels. There are two record label variants, both have "MADE IN ENGLAND" in the circumference text to the right of the centre hole. The first has no text at the bottom of the labels, the second has CBS copyright info at the bottom. The records of both copies shown have matrix numbers: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A2 (stamped), 32344 (stamped), Side 2 - CBS 32344 B4 (handwritten), 62515 (handwritten).

The album was released again in 1984 with the same sleeve. The record now has red CBS labels with text identical to that of the second 1983 release shown, and comes in an original white “NICE PRICE” inner sleeve showing details of other CBS releases in the series. The copy shown has matrix numbers: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A2 (stamped), 32344 (stamped), Side 2 - CBS-32344 B4 - 62515 (handwritten).

The late 1980s release comes in the same sleeve as the 1983 and 1984 releases. The record again has red CBS labels and comes in a different “NICE PRICE” inner sleeve showing details of other CBS releases in the series, black this time. The copy shown has the same matrix numbers as the 1984 release: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A2, 32344 (stamped), Side 2 - CBS-32344 B4 – 62515 (handwritten). The only differences that I can see between the 1984 and the late 1980s record labels are that the white CBS copyright information at the bottom of the 1984 label has been moved to the circumference text of the late 1980s label, which is now a much bolder white.

CBS 32344 (Ireland), 1980s:


CBS 32344 (Ireland) - front and Side 1 photo from eBay (1980s release)

CBS 32344 was also released in Ireland - it has the UK sleeve as above but the record has "Record mfd. in Ireland" on the labels. Thanks to Gerd Rundel for finding this on eBay.
CBS 32344 (Ireland) - Side 1 photo from eBay (1980s release)

Columbia/CBS 32344 (UK), 1991:


Columbia/CBS 32344 (UK) - front scan by Gerd Rundel (1991 release - 1983 release is the same)
The 1991 Columbia/CBS release has the same CBS 32344 sleeve as the 1983 release, with one minor difference on the rear of sleeve in the bottom right hand corner - the Shorepak printer details below the “LC/0149” capsule are now missing.
Columbia/CBS 32344 (UK) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel (1991 release)


Columbia/CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (1991 release)


Columbia/CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (1991 release)


Columbia/CBS 32344 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (1991 release)


Columbia/CBS 32344 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (1991 release without printer details at bottom right, compare with 1983 release above)

The record this time has red Columbia labels, and "MADE IN ENGLAND" is missing at bottom centre or in the circumference text (the album may by now have been made in Holland for the UK market). The record of the copy shown has handwritten matrix numbers: Side 1 -32344-A3, Side 2 - CBS-32344 B4 - 62515.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo 180gm vinyl LP, Columbia/Simply Vinyl 62515/SVLP 0036 (UK), 1999:


Columbia/Simply Vinyl 62515/SVLP 0036 (UK) - front in plastic wallet with sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel

This release, also pressed on "180gm Virgin Vinyl", was manufactured by Simply Vinyl under licence from Columbia. It comes inside a clear thick plastic wallet with Simply Vinyl stickers on the front and sealing the opening on the rear. The record has blue Columbia "1960s-style" labels with stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - SVLP 0036 A-01-1-, Side 2 - SVLP 0036 B-01-1-.


Columbia/Simply Vinyl 62515/SVLP 0036 (UK) - sticker on front of plastic wallet, scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia/Simply Vinyl 62515/SVLP 0036 (UK) - rear in plastic wallet with sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia/Simply Vinyl 62515/SVLP 0036 (UK) - rear sticker scan by Gerd Rundel (broken)


Columbia/Simply Vinyl 62515/SVLP 0036 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia/Simply Vinyl 62515/SVLP 0036 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia/Simply Vinyl 62515/SVLP 0036 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Henry V. Bell, Mick Robinson, Marco Stadler, Manuel García Jara, Gerd Rundel and Lars M. Banke for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo cassette releases, CBS 40-62515 (UK), 1970s; CBS 40-32344 (UK), 1982 onwards:
David Burgess has a Jun 1970 CBS UK leaflet advertising the release of Self Portrait that lists an 8-track stereo tape cartridge CBS 42-62515. Ronald Born has a CBS UK catalogue from 1974-75 that also lists it. Scans required!


CBS 40-62515 (UK) - outside of cassette insert, scan by Dr. Walter Roedl (first release)


CBS 40-62515 (UK) - inside of cassette insert, scan by Dr. Walter Roedl (first release)


CBS 40-62515 (UK) - cassette Side 1 scan by Dr. Walter Roedl (first release)

CBS 40-62515 (UK) - cassette Side 2 scan by Dr. Walter Roedl (first release)

CBS 40-62515 (UK) - outside of cassette insert, scan by Henry V. Bell (second release)


CBS 40-62515 (UK) - inside of cassette insert, scan by Henry V. Bell (second release)


CBS 40-62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Henry V. Bell (second release)

CBS 40-62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Henry V. Bell (second release)

CBS 40-32344 (UK) - outside of cassette insert (my copy)


CBS 40-32344 (UK) - inside of cassette insert


CBS 40-32344 (UK) - Side 1

CBS 40-32344 (UK) - Side 2

The album's electric Side 1/acoustic side 2 separation has been weakened because the tracks have been reordered to make both tape sides similar lengths. Four tracks from the acoustic Side 2 appear here on Side 1, while Side 2 has the electric Side 1 of the album plus Gate Of Eden from the acoustic Side 2 of the album.

Dr. Walter Roedl has a copy of this cassette release that has a folded card insert which includes the sleeve notes on the inside. The cassette is light grey with orange CBS paper labels. This must be the first release of CBS 40-62515. The second release of CBS 40-62515 has minimal artwork and a light-grey cassette with black text printed directly on it, there are no labels.

The catalogue number of the third cassette release is the same as the second UK release above, CBS 40-32344. Again, it has minimal artwork and a light-grey cassette with black text printed directly on it, and the same 1960s CBS logo as before.

Thanks to Henry V. Bell and Dr Walter Roedl for scans of CBS 40-62515.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, CBS CS 9128 (Singapore), 1965 (three variants):


CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - front scan by Gerd Rundel (first variant)

This album has the US stereo sleeve with "CBS" replacing "Columbia". The record labels are like the second US stereo release in that they have "STEREO" and the "360° SOUND"/arrows logo in white and "NONBREAKABLE" (see above), although the text layouts are different.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Manuel García Jara for information that the sleeves and records (without labels) were imported from the USA, but the CBS record labels were printed locally. CBS had a record pressing facility in Singapore from 1967, so records after that were sourced locally. There are two sleeve variants and two label styles, although the first label style has two sub-variants.


CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - front scan by Gerd Rundel (second variant)


CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - detail of front, scan by Gerd Rundel (both variants)


CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (both variants)


CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 1A)

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 1A, "NONBREAKABLE" on left, "33
RPM" on right)

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 1A)

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel (first variant)

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (first variant - "PRINTED IN USA")

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 1B)

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 1B - "NONBREAKABLE" on left, "33 RPM" missing on right)

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 1B)

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel (second variant)

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (second variant - just "MARCAS REG.")

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 2)

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 2 - "Nonbreakable" on left, "33
RPM" missing on right)

CBS CS 9128 (Singapore) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 2)

Both front sleeves are the same, with "CBS" instead of "Columbia" in the logo at top left. The rear sleeves also have "CBS" instead of "Columbia" in the logo at top right. The first variant rear sleeve has “PRINTED IN USA” in the lower right hand corner, although the "COLUMBIA" from the US equivalent sleeve is missing. The second variant rear sleeve just has "MARCAS REG." in the same position, so may not have been printed in the USA.

All the record labels have three "CBS" logos. The first variant Side 1 label comes in two sub-variants, both with the first song listed above the centre hole, and the song titles centred. The records both come in the first variant sleeve. The first sub-variant has "33 RPM" to the right of the centre hole, while it's missing on the second sub-variant, which also has different typefaces. On the second sub-variant "NONBREAKABLE" looks like "NONBREAKARLE", although this may just be a printing error.

The second variant record label again has different text typefaces with all songs listed below the centre hole and left aligned. "NONBREAKABLE" is now "Nonbreakable.

All three records have handwritten matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423, Side 2 - XSM-79424. See also the Malaysian release below.

Thanks to Gerd Rundel for further information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP, CBS CS 9128 (Malaysia), 1965:


CBS CS 9128 (Malaysia) - front scan by Gerd Rundel
This album is similar to the previous entry and has the US stereo sleeve with "CBS" replacing "Columbia" at top left front and top right rear. The record labels are similar to the second US stereo release with "STEREO" and the "360° SOUND"/arrows logo in white and "NONBREAKABLE" (see above). "Columbia" is replaced by a top "CBS" logo. The first song on Side 1 is below the centre hole. There is no country of origin on either the sleeve or the record labels, although "MARCAS REG" is printed on the rear sleeve at bottom right. The record of the copy shown has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM 79423, B296; Side 2 - XSM 79424, B297.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and to Gerd Rundel for scans.


CBS CS 9128 (Malaysia) - detail of front, scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS CS 9128 (Malaysia) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS CS 9128 (Malaysia) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS CS 9128 (Malaysia) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel


CBS CS 9128 (Malaysia) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel


CBS CS 9128 (Malaysia) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel

"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, CBS CS 9128 (Philippines), 1965:
For the mono release of this album, see Mono Album Releases.


CBS CS 9128 (Philippines) - front scan by Hans Seegers

This rare album with the US catalogue number has a sleeve printed in the USA. The record has orange stereo CBS labels and was manufactured in the Philippines for Columbia Records Inc. by Mareco Inc. (Later Philippines stereo records were made for CBS/Sony Japan by Blackgold Records Inc. and OctoArts International Inc.) It has "Columbia" in the logo on the front sleeve but "CBS" on the rear sleeve and record labels. The record of the copy shown has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM-79423-1A, Side 2 - XSM-79424-1D. Gerd Rundel has a copy with the same sleeve. The record has the same stamped matrix numbers, but the labels are different in the centre: to the left of the centre hole the "STEREO"/arrows logo is below the catalogue number and "NONBREAKABLE" and to the right of the centre hole "XSM 79423" on Side 1 and "XSM 79424" on Side 2 have no brackets. Also, the text round the circumference of the labels is different and the second lines of the titles of tracks 3 and 4 on Side 2 are not indented as they are on Hans Seegers' copy.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Gerd Rundel for information and scans.


CBS CS 9128 (Philippines) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

CBS CS 9128 (Philippines) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers


CBS CS 9128 (Philippines) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel


CBS CS 9128 (Philippines) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (variant 1)

CBS CS 9128 (Philippines) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers (variant 1)
on left
"STEREO"/arrows logo above catalogue number/"NONBREAKABLE", on right "XSM 79423" in brackets

CBS CS 9128 (Philippines) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers (variant 1, second lines of tracks 3 and 4 indented)

CBS CS 9128 (Philippines) - detail of front, scan by Hans Seegers

CBS CS 9128 (Philippines) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 2, different text round circumference)

CBS CS 9128 (Philippines) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 2)
on left
"STEREO"/arrows logo below catalogue number/"NONBREAKABLE", on right "XSM 79423" without brackets

CBS CS 9128 (Philippines) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (variant 2, different text round circumference, second lines of tracks 3 and 4 not indented)

"Subterranean Homesick Blues [Bringing It All Back Home]" - stereo vinyl LP releases, CBS S 62515 (NL), 1967, re-released 1975 onwards; CBS 32344 (NL), 1982, re-released late 1980s:
This album was released in Holland under the alternative title of what must have been considered at the time to be its most marketable track. The stereo album was surprisingly released in seven variants. For the 1965 mono release of the album with this title, see Mono Album Releases. The album was also released under this title in West Germany and Portugal (see below).

CBS S 62515 (NL), 1967, re-released 1975 onwards:

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CBS S 62515, first commercial release (NL) - front scan by Hans Seegers
1 This first stereo sleeve is laminated and has two folded flaps on the rear sleeve, unlike the three on the mono version.

The label has the first song title for the side under the album title above the centre hole.

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CBS S 62515, first commercial release (NL) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS S 62515, first commercial release (NL) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers
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CBS S 62515, second commercial release (NL) - front scan by Hans Seegers
2 The second stereo front sleeve is also laminated and has the "STEREO" logo with arrows above "Bob Dylan".

The rear sleeve has the words "NL PRINTED IN HOLLAND" vertically at the bottom right.

The label has "Produced by Tom Wilson" under the album title above the centre hole. All the song titles are below the centre hole.

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CBS S 62515, second commercial release (NL), detail of rear sleeve - scan by Hans Seegers (note pickup info)

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CBS S 62515, second commercial release (NL) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers
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CBS S 62515, third commercial release (NL), detail of rear sleeve - scan by Hans Seegers (note "STEREO" logo and "B")
3 The third stereo front sleeve is not laminated, but is otherwise the same as the first - the "STEREO" logo has gone again!

The "STEREO" logo is now moved to the rear sleeve, and there is a "B" in the top right-hand corner, and at the bottom right-hand corner the previous information about the type of stereo pickup required is omitted - the vertical words "NL PRINTED IN HOLLAND" remain.

The label goes back to the first design.

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CBS S 62515, third commercial release (NL), detail of rear sleeve - scan by Hans Seegers (pickup info has gone)

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CBS S 62515, third commercial release (NL) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers

CBS S 62515 (NL) -unidentified commercial release, front scan by Augie Krater

Augie Krater has a copy of CBS 62515 that doesn't match any of the first four releases listed!


CBS S 62515 (NL) -unidentified commercial release, detail of rear, scan by Augie Krater

CBS S 62515 (NL) -unidentified commercial release, detail of rear, scan by Augie Krater

CBS S 62515 (NL) -unidentified commercial release, Side 1 scan by Augie Krater

CBS S 62515 (NL) -unidentified commercial release, Side 2 scan by Augie Krater
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CBS S 62515, fourth commercial release (NL), detail of rear sleeve - scan by Hans Seegers (note "STEREO" logo and "Y")

Differences are detailed below:

  • The labels are the same as the first and third pressings with one song listed above the centre hole.

  • The sleeve has no visible flaps (like all but the first pressing).

  • The sleeve is laminated (first, second, sixth pressings).

  • The catalogue number has an S (first through fifth pressings).

  • The sleeve has the "STEREO"/arrows logo on both the front and back.

  • The rear sleeve has a circled B in the top right corner (like the third pressing).

  • "NL Printed in Holland" is printed vertically on the rear sleeve and is next to the information about recommended pickups (like the second pressing).

4 The fourth stereo front sleeve is the same as the third, not laminated, with no "STEREO" logo. On the rear sleeve the "B" in the top right-hand corner is now a "Y", and the text "NL PRINTED IN HOLLAND" is now printed horizontally instead of vertically. The label is the same as the third.
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CBS S 62515, fourth commercial release (NL), detail of rear sleeve - scan by Hans Seegers ( "NL printed in holland" text is now horizontal)

CBS S 62515, fifth commercial release (NL) - front scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS S 62515, fifth commercial release (NL) - detail of front, scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS S 62515, fifth commercial release (NL) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (new "LC 0149" in a capsule)

CBS S 62515, fifth commercial release (NL) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS S 62515, fifth commercial release (NL) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS 62515, fifth commercial release (NL) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel
5 Gerd Rundel has a different copy of the album that I shall now call the fifth release. It is not laminated, and has "CBS S 62515" on the front above the CBS logo and on the spine. It has "Y" and "60" in circles at top right of the rear sleeve while the text "NL PRINTED IN HOLLAND" is printed horizontally as on the fourth sleeve but has "LC 0149" in a capsule in the bottom right hand corner. The labels are the new style orange/yellow design with catalogue number "CBS 62515" as for the sixth release. The record has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - S-62515-1, Side 2- S 62515-B.
CBS 62515, fifth commercial release (NL) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel
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CBS 62515, sixth commercial release (NL) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (1975 onwards, same as fifth release)
6 The sixth stereo sleeve is exactly the same as the fourth, except that it is again laminated and the catalogue number is just CBS 62515. It was originally released with the third label design, but a new label was used from 1975 onwards, when the orange/yellow design as above replaced the orange design.

CBS S 62515 (Spain for NL), 1972-74:


CBS S 62515 (Spain for NL) - front scan by Manuel García Jara
This album has a Dutch sleeve but the record itself was made in Spain. The sleeve is not laminated. The front has the Dutch title Subterranean Homesick Blues and it has a CBS logo with Stereo information in a box at top left: this logo style is not present on any other Dutch sleeve and is exclusive to this release. The rear sleeve has a CBS logo without catalogue number and a "B" in a circle at top right, It also has the text "NL printed in holland" printed vertically at bottom right. Although the sleeve has the Dutch title, the record labels have the standard title Bringing It All Back Home.


CBS S 62515 (Spain for NL) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 62515 (Spain for NL) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 62515 (Spain for NL) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 62515 (Spain for NL) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 62515 (Spain for NL) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 62515 (Spain for NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara ("MADE IN SPAIN")

CBS S 62515 (Spain for NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (Dutch "STEMRA")

CBS S 62515 (Spain for NL) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara

As well as "MADE IN SPAIN" at the bottom, the labels also have several differences from Dutch labels. The tracklist text has the usual typeface of labels made by CBS itself after 1972 when CBS Spain had its own pressing plant. This text has same lines and identical distribution of tracks per lines. The labels have the text "(P) 1972 CBS, Inc", the date of when this record was first released in Spain, not "1967" the year of release in Holland. The different titles on sleeve and on the record labels make this album a very collectable item. Also, the record doesn't have Dutch matrix numbers - they are identical to those of the second Spanish edition below taken from the UK release (the one made by CBS itself, not the first Spanish edition made by COFASA with US matrix numbers). The copy shown has matrix numbers: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A2, Side 2 - SBPG 62515 B2.

CBS 32344 (NL), 1982, re-released late 1980s:


CBS 32344, seventh commercial release (NL) - front with "NICE PRICE" sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara (1982)
7 The seventh stereo sleeve from 1982 is different again. The catalogue number is now CBS 32344 although the front sleeve has no catalogue number or CBS logo. The front sleeve of Manuel García Jara's copy has a "NICE PRICE" sticker with text in English, French and German. The ancillary text on the rear sleeve is also different, and the record still has orange/yellow CBS labels, this time with the tracklist printed continuously instead of one song per line. The record of Manuel García Jara's copy has matrix numbers: Side 1 - 01-62515-1A-1 (stamped) S-62515-1 (handwritten), Side 2 - NL  01-62515-2B-1 (printed).

CBS 32344, seventh commercial release (NL) - front "NICE PRICE" sticker scan by Manuel García Jara (1982)

CBS 32344, seventh commercial release (NL) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1982)

CBS 32344, seventh commercial release (NL) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1982)

CBS 32344, seventh commercial release (NL) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (1982)

CBS 32344, seventh commercial release (NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (1982)

CBS 32344, seventh commercial release (NL) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (1982)


CBS 32344, seventh commercial release (NL) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1982)

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CBS 32344, eighth commercial release (NL) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1980s)
8 The eighth release from the late 1980s again still has the catalogue number CBS 32344 and the sleeve looks identical to the 1982 sleeve, without the "NICE PRICE" sticker. The record has labels with the late 1980s/1990s all-red design, again with the tracklist printed continuously instead of one song per line.

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CBS 32344, eighth commercial release (NL) - rear scan by Hans Seegers (late 1980s)

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CBS 32344, eighth commercial release (NL) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1980s)

CBS 32344, eighth commercial release (NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1980s)

CBS 32344, eighth commercial release (NL) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (late 1980s)

The record of the copy shown has matrix numbers: Side 1 - S-62515-2A1 (handwritten), Side 2 - NL 01-62515-2B-1 (stamped).

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Gerd Rundel, Augie Krater, Jeffrey Lee Pierre and Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


"Subterranean Homesick Blues [Bringing It All Back Home]" - stereo vinyl cassette, CBS 40-32344 (NL), 1982:


CBS 40-32344 (NL) - insert scan by "Shnaggletooth"
This Dutch release with the alternate title has the catalogue number CBS 32344 introduced in 1982. It has a single card insert, reverse plain white. The cassette is light grey with black text printed directly on to the case, there are no labels. It uses the 1960s CBS logo.

Thanks to "Shnaggletooth" for information and scans.


CBS 40-32344 (NL) - Side 1 scan by "Shnaggletooth"


CBS 40-32344 (NL) - Side 2 scan by "Shnaggletooth"

"Subterranean Homesick Blues [Bringing It All Back Home]" - stereo vinyl LP, CBS S 62 515 (West Germany), 1967:


CBS S 62 515 (West Germany) - front scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff


CBS S 62 515 (West Germany) - rear scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff


CBS S 62 515 (West Germany) - detail of rear, scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff


CBS S 62 515 (West Germany) - Side 1 scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff


CBS S 62 515 (West Germany) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff


CBS S 62 515 (West Germany) - Side 2 scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff


CBS S 62 515 (West Germany) - detail of front, scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff

This has the same alternate title as the Dutch releases (see above). The sleeve has the "STEREO"/arrows logo with German text at the top right of the front and the centre of the rear. The record was made in West Germany and has orange CBS labels.

Thanks to Dr. Hanns Peter Bushoff for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, CBS SBP 233213 (Australia), 1965 (twice), reissued late 1960s, 1970s:


CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 and mid-1960s releases)

There were not one, but two different Australian releases of Bringing It All Back Home with the Allan's logo on the record labels. Both have the same sleeve but different labels. The rear sleeve has two folded-over flaps, although it looks like there are three - this is because of the line on the right where the front laminate finishes. This first sleeve is different from the late 1960s and 1970s sleeves shown below: it has the classic "STEREO"/arrows/"360 SOUND" logo at front top centre, instead of the "STEREO/CAN ALSO BE PLAYED ON MONO EQUIPMENT" logo.

First label variant: On both sides the Allan's logo is bigger so there is less space between this logo and the centre CBS logo and the text elements above and below.

Second label variant: On both sides there is a smaller Allan's logo so the space between the logo, the central CBS logo and the text elements above and below is bigger. This second copy is a sampler record with a promo stamp on side 2 (there is no promo stamp on the second sleeve).

The records of both label variants have identical stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - MX145943  SBP233213-1, Side 2 - MX145944  SBP233213-2.


CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 and mid-1960s releases)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 and mid-1960s releases)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 and mid-1960s releases)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 release - big Allan's logo)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (mid-1960s release - small Allan's logo)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - detail of Side 2 with promo stamp, scan by Manuel García Jara (mid-1960s release)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 release)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 and mid-1960s releases - late 1960s labels are similar)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (1965 release)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (mid-1960s release)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - Side 2 with promo stamp, scan by Manuel García Jara (mid-1960s release)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - front scan by Stuart Moore (late 1960s release)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - detail of front, scan by Lars M. Banke (late 1960s release/1970s releases)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - rear scan by Stuart Moore (late 1960s release)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - detail of rear, scan by Lars M. Banke (late 1960s release/1970s releases)


CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Stuart Moore (late 1960s release - no Allan's logo)


CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - Side 2 scan by Stuart Moore (late 1960s release)


CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - front scan by Lars M. Banke (mid 1970s release)


CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - rear scan by Lars M. Banke (mid 1970s release)


CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Lars M. Banke (mid 1970s release, before A.R.C. ownership change)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - detail of Side 1, scan by Lars M. Banke (mid 1970s release, before A.R.C. ownership change)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - Side 2 scan by Lars M. Banke (mid 1970s release)
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CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - front scan by Stuart Moore (late 1970s release)
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CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - rear scan by Stuart Moore (late 1970s release)
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CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Stuart Moore (late 1970s release, after A.R.C. ownership change)

CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - detail of Side 1 scan by Stuart Moore (late 1970s release, after A.R.C. ownership change)
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CBS SBP 233213 (Australia) - Side 2 scan by Stuart Moore (late 1970s release)

The record of the late 1960s release has plain orange CBS labels, the 1970s reissue has orange/yellow CBS labels. The late 1960s release shown has no Allan's logo - Allan's were music publishers in Australia for Bob Dylan records between 1965 and 1969, so this release is after then.

The plain orange record labels shown have round the circumference at the bottom the text "MADE IN AUSTRALIA BY A REGISTERED USER OF THE TRADE MARKS" without a CBS copyright. This is because up to 1977 all Australian records were manufactured by the Australian Record Company (Pty) Ltd. (A.R.C.) on behalf of CBS. A.R.C. changed its name to CBS Records Australia Limited on 17 Oct 1977, and after that date the longer bottom edge text includes the CBS copyright information. (Stuart Moore says that the label change may not have occurred till late 1978 or early 1979, Bob Dylan At Budokan from 1978 still does not have a CBS copyright nor does Masterpieces, Slow Train Coming from 1979 does have the CBS copyright.)

Thanks to Stuart Moore, Peter Lindberg, Lars M. Banke and Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, CBS SBP 473204 (New Zealand), 1967; CBS SBP 474241 (New Zealand), 1974:


CBS SBP 473204 (New Zealand) - front scan by Bill Hester

CBS SBP 473204 (New Zealand) - detail of front, scan by Bill Hester

CBS SBP 473204 (New Zealand) - detail of rear, scan by Bill Hester


CBS SBP 473204 (New Zealand) - rear scan by Bill Hester


CBS SBP 474241 (New Zealand) - front scan by Bill Hester

CBS SBP 474241 (New Zealand) - rear scan by Bill Hester

CBS SBP 473204 (New Zealand) - Side 1 scan by Bill Hester

CBS SBP 473204 (New Zealand) - detail of Side 1, scan by Bill Hester


CBS SBP 473204 (New Zealand) - Side 2 scan by Bill Hester


CBS SBP 474241 (New Zealand) - detail of rear, scan by Bill Hester

CBS SBP 474241 (New Zealand) - detail of rear, scan by Bill Hester

CBS SBP 474241 (New Zealand) - Side 1 scan by Bill Hester

CBS SBP 474241 (New Zealand) - detail of Side 1, scan by Bill Hester


CBS SBP 474241 (New Zealand) - Side 2 scan by Bill Hester

The first of these two releases dates from before 1969, because the record labels still have the Allan's logo (Allan's were music publishers in New Zealand for Bob Dylan records between 1965 and 1969). The sleeve has three folded-over flaps on the back and was used for both mono and stereo releases, with the stereo copy shown having a "STEREO"/arrows logo sticker on the front.

The second release, CBS SBP 474241, dates from 1974 because the New Zealand release of Dylan in 1973 was SBP 474158 and the New Zealand release of Blood On The Tracks in early 1975 was SBP 474262. The labels no longer have the Allan's logo, and the rear sleeve gives the US catalogue number as KCS 9128 (1972 onwards, see above). This time the sleeve is stereo-specific, with a slightly different layout of the text elements and pictures on the rear. The sleeve was made in New Zealand by Phonogram Limited, Wellington, part of what was then Philips, later PolyGram, and now Universal. Both the records have orange CBS labels, but the layout of the text elements is quite different on the second record.

Thanks to Bill Hester for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan), 1970; CBS/Sony SOPL-224 (Japan), 1974; CBS/Sony 25AP 272 (Japan), 1976:
There were three vinyl releases of this album in Japan.

CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan), 1970:


CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan) - front with top obi, scan by Hans Seegers

CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan) - front scan by Hans Seegers


CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan) - rear scan by Hans Seegers


CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan) - top obi scan by Hans Seegers


CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan) - detail of front, scan by Hans Seegers


CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers


CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (promo release)


CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers (promo release)


CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (commercial release)


CBS/Sony SONP 50326 (Japan) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers (commercial release)


CBS/Sony SONP 50326 was the first release in Japan, after CBS Records was taken over by Sony in 1968. Material from this album had already appeared in Japan on CBS Dylan compilation releases, see International Albums (Dylan-only Compilations). Mr. Tambourine Man, Love Minus Zero/No Limit and On The Road again had appeared on Bob Dylan (1965) while Maggie's Farm had appeared on Bob Dylan Vol. 2 (1966). The sleeve notes on the rear of the album are in Japanese, with the pictures missing. The promo copy of SONP 50326 shown has black and white CBS/Sony labels, the commercial release has orange/cream, both with matrix numbers: Side 1 - 50326 A1 1A4, Side 2 - 50326 A1 1B5. The album has an orange, white and black card obi with price ¥1,800 and a four page booklet.

CBS/Sony SOPL-224 (Japan), 1974:
 


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - front with top obi, scan by Hans Seegers (first commercial copy)
CBS/Sony SOPL 224 was the second Japanese release in 1974 and came with a buff top obi. The rear sleeve this time had the USA pictures. Also this time there was an 8 page booklet. The promo copy has the price of ¥2,000 printed on the rear sleeve, but on the commercial copy this is covered with a red sticker with price ¥2,200! The record of the promo copy of SOPL 224 shown has black and white CBS/Sony labels, the record of the commercial release has orange/cream labels. The promo copy has matrix numbers : Side 1 - SOPL-224 A 1  1A3, Side 2 - SOPL-224 A 1  1A2. The commercial copy has matrix numbers : Side 1 - SOPL-224 A 1  1A, Side 2 - SOPL-224 A 1  B2.


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - detail of top obi with ¥2,200 price sticker, scan by Hans Seegers (first commercial copy)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - detail of top obi with ¥2,200 printed price, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (second commercial copy)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - detail of front, scan by Hans Seegers (all copies)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - rear with top obi and price sticker, scan by Hans Seegers


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - detail of rear with price
¥2,000, scan by Hans Seegers (promo copy)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - detail of rear with
¥2,200 price sticker, scan by Hans Seegers (first commercial copy)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - front of booklet, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (all copies)

CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - inside page of booklet, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (all copies)

CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - front of inner sleeve, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (all copies)

CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - partial rear of inner sleeve, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (all copies)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (promo release)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (promo release)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (both commercial releases)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers (both commercial releases)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - top obi with ¥2,200 price sticker, scan by Hans Seegers


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - top obi with ¥2,200 printed price, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - rear top obi with ¥2,200 price sticker, scan by Hans Seegers (first commercial copy)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - rear top obi without price or price sticker, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (second commercial copy)


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - detail of rear of promo copy with ¥2,000 printed price, scan by Hans Seegers


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - detail of rear of first commercial copy with ¥2,200 price sticker, scan by Hans Seegers


CBS/Sony SOPL 224 (Japan) - detail of rear of second commercial copy without price, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Sergio Mariano Romay's later commercial copy has some differences from Hans' commercial copy. On the top obi at front left the price (¥2,200) is printed in red, not a sticker. However, the rear of the top obi no longer has a price (not printed or a sticker). The price is also missing from the bottom edge of the rear sleeve at the end of the copyright text as shown in the detail scan. The record of this copy has the same labels as Hans' copy but different stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - SOPL-224 A1   1A1, Side 2 - SOPL-224 B1   1B2.

CBS/Sony 25AP 272 (Japan), 1976:


CBS/Sony 25AP 272 (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Hans Seegers (1976 release)
CBS/Sony 25AP 272 was the third Japanese release in 1976 after Hard Rain. It was released twice, first with a dark red, white and black obi, and secondly with a red, black and white obi. Both obis are numbered "5" and have price ¥2,500 (the "25" in the catalogue number indicates the price). It again had a 8 page booklet (not shown). The rear sleeve is dated 1976 at bottom left as shown below. The records have orange/cream CBS/Sony labels with matrix numbers: first release: Side 1 - 25AP-272 A1 1A3, Side 2 - 25AP-272 2B 1A3; second release: Side 1 - 25AP-272 A1 1B1, Side 2 - 25AP-272 1A8.


CBS/Sony 25AP 272 (Japan) - obi scan by Hans Seegers (1976 release)


CBS/Sony 25AP 272 (Japan) - obi scan by Hans Seegers (1977 release)

CBS/Sony 25AP 272 (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Hans Seegers (1977 release)


CBS/Sony 25AP 272 (Japan) - detail of front, scan by Hans Seegers (1976 and 1977 releases)


CBS/Sony 25AP 272 (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (1976 and 1977 releases)


CBS/Sony 25AP 272 (Japan) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers (1976 and 1977 releases)


CBS/Sony 25AP 272 (Japan) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers (1976 and 1977 releases)

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Sergio Mariano Romay for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, CBS S 62515 (Spain), 1973, re-released 1975, 1978, 1979-80; CBS 32344 (Spain), 1983, re-released 1989; CBS/Sony 32344 (Spain), 1991:

CBS S 62515 (Spain), 1973:


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (1973 release)
Although it was not released in Spain until 1973 contrary to previous reports this album was not banned by the Franco regime in the 1960s. There are two 1973 Spanish releases of this album, both in the same sleeve. The first was made in Spain by COFASA for Discos CBS S.A. and the second was made by Discos CBS S.A. itself. The sleeve was printed by Offset ALG of Madrid, and is dated 1972 and 1973. The address of Discos CBS S.A. is Calle Princesa 1, Madrid-13. The song titles on the sleeve and the record labels are in English. The sleeve notes are also in English and there is an inner sleeve with lyrics in English. The record has orange CBS labels with layout differences as shown between the COFASA and CBS labels. The record of Manuel García Jara's COFASA copy has stamped US matrix numbers: Side 1 - XSM 79423 1H, Side 2 - XSM 79423 1G. The record of Gerd Rundel's CBS copy has stamped UK matrix numbers: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A2, Side 2 - SBPG 62515 B2.


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara (1973 and 1978 releases)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1973 release)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1973 and 1978 releases)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1973 release, dated "1973")


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (1973 COFASA release)

CBS S 62515 (Spain) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (1973 COFASA release)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (1973 COFASA release)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - inner sleeve front, scan by Manuel García Jara (all releases except 1983)

CBS S 62515 (Spain) - inner sleeve rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (all releases except 1983)

CBS S 62515 (Spain) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (1973 CBS release)

CBS S 62515 (Spain) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (1973 CBS release)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (1973 CBS release)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1973 release, dated 1972 on bottom line and 1973 vertically on right)

The Spanish text below the Daniel Kramer photo at bottom right reads: “Grabado en Enero de 1965 en los estudios Columbia, Nueva York [Recorded in January 1965 in Columbia Studios, New York]”.

CBS S 62515 (Spain), 1975 re-release:


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (1975 release)

The 1975 release of this album is the first Spanish release with a record with orange/yellow CBS labels. The sleeve is fully laminated and was again printed by Offset ALG of Madrid, still dated 1973. The front sleeve is identical to previous editions but the copyright text at bottom of the rear sleeve is different as shown. The CBS Spain address is still Calle Princesa 1, Madrid-13, so the latest date the album could be is early 1976. One strange feature is that the record labels do not have the stereo arrows logo below "ESTEREO" to the left of the centre hole, like the previous 1973 orange label releases and the subsequent orange/yellow releases (1978, 1983) and even the red label releases (1989, 1991). "Love Minus Zero" on Side 1 is not in italics, unlike the 1978 releases below. The record of the copy shown has matrix numbers: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A2, Side 2 - SBPG 62515 B2.


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara (1975 release)

CBS S 62515 (Spain) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1975 release)

CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1975 release)

CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1975 release, still dated "1973")

CBS S 62515 (Spain) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (1975 release)

CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (1975 release - compare with both 1978 releases below)

CBS S 62515 (Spain) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (1975 release)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1975 release)

CBS S 62515 (Spain), 1978 re-release:


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (1978 release)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1978 release)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1978 release, no date vertically next to printer's name, new Discos CBS address)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (1978 release, first variant, second variant is similar)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (1978 release, first variant)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (1978 release, second variant)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (1978 release, first variant - compare with 1975 release above, "SGAE" centred on right)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (1978 release, second variant - compare with 1975 release above, "SGAE" lower)

CBS S 62515 (Spain) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (1978 release, both variants)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1978 release, still dated 1972 on bottom line)

The album was re-released in 1978. The sleeve was again printed by Offset ALG of Madrid. The CBS logo is still at top left of the front sleeve. The text at the bottom of the rear sleeve is different from the 1973 release and is still dated 1972, although the printer information printed vertically at bottom right no longer includes a date. The address of Discos CBS S.A., is now Avenida del Generalísimo 25, Madrid-16. There is still an inner sleeve with lyrics in English. The record was made by Discos CBS this time. It has orange/yellow CBS labels and "Love Minus Zero" on the Side 1 label is in italics on both variants. The first copy shown has the "SGAE" box between the catalogue number and the Spanish copyright information to the right of the centre hole on the Side 1 label. This copy has matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515 Aº, Side 2 - 62515 Bº. The second copy shown has the "SGAE" box immediately above the Spanish copyright information to the right of the centre hole on the Side 1 label. This copy has matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515 Aº, Side 2 - SBPG 62515 B2. The Side 2 record labels are identical.

CBS S 62515 (Spain), 1979-80 re-release:


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - rear scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (1979-80 release)

The front and rear sleeve of this copy are fully laminated. The front sleeve is the same as that shown for the 1975 and 1978 re-releases with the CBS logo with catalogue number "S 62515" above and “Estéreo” below, also at rear top right. The name and address of the printer is printed vertically at rear bottom right: "Offset ALG – San Raimundo, 31 – Madrid-20" (no date). The horizontal rear bottom text is completely different and no longer has the "1972" date. The Discos CBS S.A. address is again Avenida Generalísimo 25, Madrid-16. The song titles on the sleeve and the record labels are in English. There is an inner sleeve with lyrics in English (black text). The spine text is “ CBS    BOB DYLAN / BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME    S 62515”.


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - Side 1 scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (1979-80 release)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of Side 1, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (1979-80 release)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of Side 1, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (1979-80 release, compare with 1978 release above)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - Side 2 scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (1979-80 release)


CBS S 62515 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay (1979-80 release, completely different bottom text)

This LP was again made in Spain by Discos CBS S.A., Madrid. The orange/yellow CBS record labels have significant differences from those of the 1978 variants. "Love Minus Zero" on the Side 1 label is again in italics. To the left of the centre hole, “r.p.m.” is added to "33⅓", and words “Cara”, “ESTEREO” and the stereo arrows are differently positioned. The record of this copy has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - SBPG 62515 A2  C, Side 2 - SBPG 62515 B2  E.

CBS 32344 (Spain), 1983:


CBS 32344 (Spain) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (1983 release)
The album was re-released in 1983 with a new catalogue number, CBS 32344. The CBS logo is missing from the top left of the front sleeve. The sleeve was again printed by Offset ALG of Madrid. Discos CBS has a new Madrid address, Paseo de la Castellana 93, Madrid-16. The record was still made by Discos CBS S.A., and again has orange/yellow CBS labels. Love Minus Zero on the Side 1 label is still in italics. The copy shown still has matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515 Aº, Side 2 - 62515 Bº as the first 1978 release above. There was no inner lyrics sleeve with this release.

CBS 32344 (Spain) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1983 release)

CBS 32344 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1983 release)

CBS 32344 (Spain) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (1983 release)

CBS 32344 (Spain) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (1983 release)

CBS 32344 (Spain) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (1983 release)


CBS 32344 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1983 release, still dated 1972 on bottom line)

CBS 32344 (Spain), 1989 re-release:


CBS 32344 (Spain) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (1989 release)
CBS 32344 was re-released in 1989. The sleeve was again printed by Offset ALG of Madrid, and the rear sleeve has a barcode on top right. The Discos CBS address is now Paseo de la Castellana 93, 28046 - Madrid, the same location with a new postcode. The record now has red CBS labels and was made by Tecnodisco S.A., Madrid. Love Minus Zero on the Side 1 label is still in italics. The copy shown still has matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515 Aº, Side 2 - 62515 Bº as the first 1978 release above. The lyrics inner sleeve has returned!

CBS 32344 (Spain) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1989 release)


CBS 32344 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1989 release)


CBS 32344 (Spain) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (1989 release)


CBS 32344 (Spain) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (1989 release)


CBS 32344 (Spain) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (1989 release)


CBS 32344 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1989 release, still dated 1972 on bottom line)

CBS/Sony 32344 (Spain), 1991:
 

CBS/Sony 32344 (Spain) - front with "Precio Redondo" sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara (1991 release)
The 1991 Spanish release came on the CBS/Sony label, in the Precio Redondo [Nice Price] series. The front has a "Precio Redondo" sticker. There is now a barcode on the rear sleeve, which has a price sticker for 995 pesetas from El Corte Inglés, a famous Spanish department store. The record has red CBS/Sony labels and was pressed by Tecnodisco, S.A. The copy of the record shown has matrix numbers with the new catalogue number: Side 1 - 32344-A, Side 2 - 32344-B.
CBS/Sony 32344 (Spain) - front "Precio Redondo" sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara (1991 release)

CBS/Sony 32344 (Spain) - rear with "El Corte Inglés" price sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara (1991 release)

CBS/Sony 32344 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1991 release)

CBS/Sony 32344 (Spain) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (1991 release)

CBS/Sony 32344 (Spain) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (1991 release)

CBS/Sony 32344 (Spain) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (1991 release)


CBS/Sony 32344 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (1991 release, now dated 1967)

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Sergio Mariano Romay for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo cassette release, CBS 40-32344 (Spain), 1983:


CBS 40-32344 (Spain) - outside of cassette insert, scan by Manuel García Jara
This is the cassette equivalent of the 1983 LP release above with the new catalogue number. It has a short insert with the track titles and copyright information on the inside. The Discos CBS address is Paseo de la Castellana 93, Madrid-16.
CBS 40-32344 (Spain) - inside of cassette insert, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 40-32344 (Spain) - cassette Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 40-32344 (Spain) - cassette Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara

The cassette is white with orange text printed directly on to it, there are no paper labels. This tape has the same mistakes, repeated again and again on some Spanish LP and cassette releases: this time the titles are correct in the insert, but not on the cassette ("Maggie!s Farm", "It!s Alright, Ma" and "It!s All Over Now, Baby Blue"). As Manuel explains, this could be because the apostrophe does not exist in Spanish.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


"Subterranean Homesick Blues [Bringing It All Back Home]" - stereo vinyl LP release, CBS S 62515 (Portugal), 1970s:


CBS S 62515 (Portugal) - front scan by Manuel García Jara
Bringing It All Back Home was released in Portugal with the same Subterranean Homesick Blues title and sleeve design as in Holland. This album was made and distributed in Portugal for CBS records by Rádio Triunfo, LDA., and the sleeve was printed in Portugal by Litoarte Oliv. Douro. There are CBS logos on the front and rear sleeve. The record has dark/light orange CBS labels and the copy shown has matrix numbers: Side 1 - S-62515-A  001123  HXP, Side 2 - S-62515-B  001123  HXP.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


CBS S 62515 (Portugal) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 62515 (Portugal) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 62515 (Portugal) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 62515 (Portugal) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 62515 (Portugal) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 62515 (Portugal) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 62515 (Portugal) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara

"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP releases, CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy), 1975, re-released 1978:


CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - front scan by Lars M. Banke (1975 release)
Both these stereo releases were manufactured in Italy by CBS Sugar, distributed by Messaggerie Musicali, Milan. The sleeves were printed by Reparto Tipolitografico. The rear of the 1975 stereo sleeve has two folded-over flaps. The rear of the 1978 stereo sleeve has no folded-over flaps. Both records are dated "1967" on the labels. Both copies shown have the same front sleeve. The second CBS labels can be dated to 1978 because the text "MADE IN ITALY BY CBS SUGAR" now just says ""MADE IN ITALY BY CBS", but still aligned as if "SUGAR" were present. Both records have an "SIAE" Italian copyright stamp on the Side 1 label, although the one on the 1978 Side 1 label (left of the centre hole) is hard to see. The record of Andrea Brillo's 1975 copy has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - S 62515 - 1, Side 2 - S 62515 - B.

Thanks to Lars M. Banke and Andrea Brillo for information and scans.


CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - detail of front, scan by Lars M. Banke (both 1970s releases)

CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - rear scan by Lars M. Banke (1975 release)

CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - detail of rear, scan by Lars M. Banke (both 1970s releases)

CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - detail of rear, scan by Lars M. Banke (both 1970s releases)

CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - Side 1 scan by Lars M. Banke (1975 release)

CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - detail of Side 1, scan by Lars M. Banke (1975 release)

CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - front scan by Lars M. Banke (1978 release)

CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - rear scan by Lars M. Banke (1978 release)

CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - Side 1 scan by Lars M. Banke (1978 release)

CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - detail of Side 1, scan by Lars M. Banke (1978 release - "SUGAR" missing)

CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - Side 2 scan by Lars M. Banke (1978 release)

CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - Side 2 scan by Lars M. Banke (1975 release)


CBS Sugar 62515 (Italy) - detail of rear, scan by Lars M. Banke (mid-1970s release - late 1970s release is the same apart from the folded-over flap)


"Subterranean Homesick Blues [Bringing It All Back Home]" - stereo vinyl LP releases, CBS 62515 (Greece), 1976 onwards; CBS 32344 (Greece), 1990s:


CBS S 62515 (Greece) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers

The catalogue number of the first release is the same as the fifth Dutch release above, CBS S 62515. The sleeve was made in Greece. The record shown of this release was made in Greece and has orange/yellow CBS labels with handwritten matrix numbers: Side 1 - S 62515-A, Side 2 - S 62515-B. The catalogue number on the labels is just "CBS 62515".


CBS S 62515 (Greece) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers


CBS 62515 (Greece) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers


CBS 62515 (Greece) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers


CBS 62515 (Greece) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers


CBS 32344 (Greece) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers


CBS 32344 (Greece) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers

CBS 32344 (Greece) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers

CBS 32344 (Greece) - detail of Side 2, scan by Hans Seegers ("TAMBURINE")

The catalogue number of the second release is the same as the seventh Dutch release above, CBS 32344. This record shown of this release was again made in Greece and has orange/yellow CBS labels with handwritten matrix numbers: Side 1 - S 62515-A, Side 2 - S 62515-B (same as the previous LP). The sleeve this time was made in Holland (see above). Mr. Tambourine Man on Side 2 is misspelled "Mr. Tamburine Man" (it is correct on the first release Side 2 label).

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Gerd Rundel for scans and information.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - stereo vinyl LP, Discos CBS 137490 (Brazil), 1970s:

The album on the right is said to be a picture disc edition of the Discos CBS Brazil release. However, as far as I know, no Dylan picture discs have ever been released by CBS or Columbia worldwide. These albums were made in Germany or Italy. For a "Canadian" picture disc release, see above.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information.


Discos CBS 137490 (Brazil) - front scan from an Internet record dealer

CD Releases


Because of the length of this page, Bringing It All Back Home CD releases are now here.

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