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Another Side 1964
Another Side Of Bob Dylan (1964)
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This page lists mono releases of this regular Bob Dylan album. These LPs were listed here because the mono versions of Dylan songs were unavailable on CD until the release of the first eight Dylan albums in mono as The Original Mono Recordings in 2010. Mono LPs with rare tracks (e.g. mono versions with significant differences from the album tracks, such as different mixes, edits or fades) are listed in the main chronological pages. Mono singles up to 1976 have their own pages, see the links above.

Thanks to David Burgess for the UK catalogue numbers - all my mono LPs were stolen when my Manchester flat was burgled in May 1968!

For stereo releases of this album, see International Album Releases (Regular).

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: 09 April, 2017.


Vinyl Releases


"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP, Columbia CL 2328 (USA), 22 Mar 1965 onwards (four releases):
The famous front photograph was taken by Daniel Kramer. The woman in red is Sally Grossman, wife of Bob's then manager Albert. The rumour at the time was that it was Bob in drag!

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Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - front scan by Hans Seegers

The promo white label LP has a Radio Station Service timing strip sticker, and also a sticker with "Featuring SUBTERRANEAN HOMESICK BLUES" (already released as a mono single, see Mono Singles 1965). Gerd Rundel's copy has white labels with stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - XLP-79421-1D, Side 2 - XLP-79422-1B.

The US mono album was released four times, although the same sleeve was used for all releases. The "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY" label was discontinued by Columbia before Highway 61 Revisited was released in Aug 1965, so no later albums have it. The second and third release labels have "MONO" and the "360° SOUND" plus arrows logo in white, the difference being that on the third release "NONBREAKABLE" is missing from left of the centre hole. The fourth release labels dating from late 1967 onwards have just "MONO" in white.

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Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - promo LP with stickers, scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - front sticker scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - promo LP front timing strip, scan by Gerd Rundel

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Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

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Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - promo LP Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel

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Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - promo LP Side 2, scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel

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Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Augie Krater (first mono commercial release - "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY")


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - detail of Side 1, photo by Gerd Rundel (first mono commercial release, matrix number "XLP-79421-1A")


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Augie Krater (first mono commercial release - "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY")


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - detail of Side 2, photo by Gerd Rundel (first mono commercial release, matrix number "XLP-79422-1A")


Columbia CL 2328 (USA)- Side 1 of demonstration copy, scan by Manuel García Jara (first mono commercial release - "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY")


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - Side 2 of demonstration copy with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara (first mono commercial release - "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY")


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - detail of Side 2 of demonstration copy with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara (first mono commercial release - "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY")

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Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (second mono commercial release - "360º SOUND")


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers (second mono commercial release - "360º SOUND", "NONBREAKABLE")


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers (second mono commercial release - "360º SOUND")


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (third mono commercial release - "360º SOUND")


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (third mono commercial release - "360º SOUND", "NONBREAKABLE" missing)


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (third mono commercial release - "360º SOUND")


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Kevin Doyle (fourth mono commercial release, "360º SOUND" and arrows missing)


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Kevin Doyle (fourth mono commercial release, "360º SOUND" and arrows missing)


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel

Gerd Rundel's copy of the earliest commercial mono release has the "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY" record labels and stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - XLP-79421-1A, Side 2 - XLP-79422-1A (see the photos above). Gerd also has a copy of Columbia CL 2328 with two different label designs - Side 1 has the second release label with white "STEREO" text while Side 2 has the first release label with "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY". The sleeve is the same as Hans Seegers'. The record has matrix numbers: Side 1 - XLP-79421-1C (handwritten), Side 2 - XLP-79422-1C (stamped). David Peters also has a copy with the same matrix numbers with "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY" on both labels. He thinks the Side 1 matrix number is handwritten because the vinyl runoff area on Side 1 is too narrow to stamp it. Sergio Mariano Romay's copy has exactly the same handwritten and stamped matrix numbers.

Manuel García Jara has a copy of the first commercial release with a demonstration sticker on Side 2 that reads "FOR DEMONSTRATION USE ONLY FOR SALE". "NOT FOR SALE" would be expected, and the text is aligned as if the word "NOT" should be present, however there is no sign on the sticker that it was originally present and has been erased.
Chad Hahn has a second release copy with "360° SOUND" labels and matrix numbers: Side 1 - XLP-79421-1A, Side 2 - XLP-79422-1A. I can only assume one Columbia pressing plant in the USA continued using the "1A" masters after the label changed. David Dixon has a second release copy where both sides of the record have the Side 2 labels!


Columbia CL 2328 (USA), second mono commercial release - Side 1 with Side 2 label, photo by David Dixon


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - front photo by Mike Yamhill (promo copy)
Thanks to Mike Yamhill for photos of a promo copy of "CL 2328" with a promo stamp from the Eastern Electric Company on the rear sleeve and a gold circular promo sticker on the front sleeve. This copy also has a record store sticker proclaiming a special price of $1.77, so must have found its way to a record store after being distributed as a promo. The labels are of the third design above with "360º SOUND" and the arrows now missing.
Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - detail of front, photo by Mike Yamhill (promo copy)


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - rear photo by Mike Yamhill (promo copy)


Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - detail of rear, photo by Mike Yamhill (promo copy)

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Ulf Gyllenspetz, Henry V. Bell, Kevin Doyle, Gerd Rundel, Augie Krater, Manuel García Jara, Mike Yamhill and David Dixon for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP, Columbia CL 2328 (USA for export), 1965:


Columbia CL 2328 (USA for export) - front with "CBS" sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel

Columbia CL 2328 (USA for export) - front "CBS" sticker scan by Gerd Rundel

Columbia CL 2328 (USA for export) - rear with three instances of "Columbia" covered with "CBS" stickers, scan by Gerd Rundel

Columbia CL 2328 (USA for export) - detail of rear with "CBS" sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel

Columbia CL 2328 (USA for export) - Side 1 with red ring-shaped sticker with four "CBS" logos, scan by Gerd Rundel

Columbia CL 2328 (USA for export) - Side 2 with red ring-shaped sticker with four "CBS" logos, scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia CL 2328
(USA for export) - detail of rear with two instances of "Columbia" covered with "CBS" stickers, scan by Gerd Rundel

This US copy of CL 2328 was exported to Europe. The “Columbia” logos on the front and rear of the sleeve are pasted over with “CBS” logos. The sleeve was printed in the USA. The record has a red ring-shaped sticker with four black/white "CBS" logos pasted on the labels. The copy of the record shown has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - XLP-79421-1G, Side 2 - XLP-79422-1G. I also have photos of an export Columbia US mono copy of The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan with similar sleeve stickers and the same record label stickers.

Thanks to Gerd Rundel for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - Sundazed mono vinyl LP reissue, Columbia LP 5070 (USA), Mar 2001:

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Sundazed/Columbia LP 5070 (USA) - front with 180gm sticker, scan by Anthony Perry
The first Sundazed mono Dylan LP was Bringing It All Back Home released in Mar 2001. For more information see Sundazed's web-site .

Thanks to Anthony Perry for information on the Sundazed album and scans. The label is a reproduction of the second "360º Sound" Columbia label (see above) with the addition of the word "Sundazed", which can be found between the catalogue number and the word "NONBREAKABLE" to the left of the centre hole. Thanks to Renaud Depierreux for information that Sundazed are now selling off five white label test pressings of this album.

Thanks to Wiebke Dittmer for information about a mispressed copy for sale on eBay.de in Feb 2016 with Side 2 on both sides. I have no knowledge of any other copies with the error.


Sundazed/Columbia LP 5070 (USA) - rear photo from www.eBay.de
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Sundazed/Columbia LP 5070 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Anthony Perry

Sundazed/Columbia LP 5070 (USA) - Side 2 photo from www.eBay.de

Sundazed/Columbia LP 5070 (USA) - front and Side 1 in paper sleeve with sticker, photo from www.eBay.de

Sundazed/Columbia LP 5070-TEST (USA) - white label test pressing, picture from Sundazed web-site

"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP reissues, Columbia 88697761051-5/CL 2328 (USA); Columbia/Music On Vinyl MOVLP 243 (NL/USA), 7 Dec 2010:


Columbia 88697761051-5/CL 2328 (USA) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (2010 release)

This heavyweight vinyl mono release is part of the LP version of the 2010 9LP set The Original Mono Recordings, see International Album Releases (Multi-Packs) 2010s, sold separately. The record labels reproduce the style of the original 1965 mono labels. As well as "CL 2328" the record sides are also numbered "88697761051-5A/B".

This album was also sold in Europe by the Dutch company Music On Vinyl as MOVLP 243. The copy shown has a gold Music On Vinyl sticker on the front sleeve and a white sticker with a barcode on the rear sleeve at bottom right. The record in the Dutch release is the same as that in the US release.


Columbia/Music On Vinyl MOVLP 243 (NL for Europe) - front with sticker, photo by Marc Kuszel

Columbia/Music On Vinyl MOVLP 243 (NL for Europe) - rear photo by Marc Kuszel

Columbia 88697761051-5/CL 2328 (USA) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (2010 release)

Columbia 88697761051-5/CL 2328 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (2010 release)

Columbia 88697761051-5/CL 2328 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (2010 release)

Columbia 88697761051-5/CL 2328 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (2010 release)

Columbia/Music On Vinyl MOVLP 243 (USA) - Side 1 photo by Marc Kuszel

Columbia/Music On Vinyl MOVLP 243 (NL for Europe) - front sticker photo by Marc Kuszel

Columbia/Music On Vinyl MOVLP 243 (NL for Europe) - detail of rear with sticker, photo by Marc Kuszel

Columbia/Music On Vinyl MOVLP 243 (USA) - Side 2 photo by Marc Kuszel

Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music 88875146231 (NL for Europe) - picture from www.amazon.co.uk
The Music On Vinyl album was reissued in Europe on 20 Nov 2015 with a new catalogue number, 88875146231, and a black "LEGACY VINYL" sticker with gold text. This is one of four new releases including Highway 61 Revisited, Blonde On Blonde and Nashville Skyline (which must be in stereo). This is the 2010 release in a new sleeve and new labels, and the record matrix numbers are the same as those of the 2010 release including "MOVLP 243", although this does not appear on the record labels. None of these releases came with an included CD or an MP3 download link.

The 2015 record labels have different circumference text from the 2010 labels, and also have the Legacy and Sony Music logos above "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY".

This album turned up in 2017 with Highway 61 Revisited sleeve and labels, see that page! The record of my 2017 copy has matrix numbers: Side 1 - 8897761051-LP5-A (handwritten) 88016 1A MOVLP243 (stamped) STERLING (stamped) RKS (handwritten); Side 2 - 8897761051-LP5-B (handwritten) 88016 1B MOVLP243 (stamped) STERLING (stamped) RKS (handwritten). This means the records were mastered at Sterling Sound, New York, by their senior engineer Ryan K. Smith.


Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88875146231 (NL for Europe) - Side 1 photo by Éamonn Ó Catháin (2010 release)

Thanks to Manuel García Jara, Marc Kuszel and Éamonn Ó Catháin for information and pictures.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP, Columbia CL 2328 (Canada), 22 Mar 1965:


Columbia CL 2328 (Canada) - front scan by Henry V. Bell
Henry V. Bell has a Canadian copy with the "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY" labels with matrix numbers: Side 1 - XLP-79421-1E, Side 2 - XLP-79422-1D. It has "LITHO IN CAN." at the bottom right of the front sleeve, "PRINTED IN U.S.A." is missing from the rear sleeve, and it also has "PRINTED IN CAN." on the record labels.

Glenn Friesen has a Canadian mono copy where Side 2 is mislabelled and has the label of a 1967 Columbia Canada mono album by Marty Robbins called My Kind Of Country, Columbia CL 2645. The side still plays the correct Dylan tracks. The Side 1 label is the same as shown.

Thanks to Henry V. Bell and Glenn Friesen for information and pictures.


Columbia CL 2328 (Canada) - detail of front, scan by Henry V. Bell


Columbia CL 2328 (Canada) - rear scan by Henry V. Bell


Columbia CL 2328 (Canada) - Side 1 scan by Henry V. Bell


Columbia CL 2328 (Canada) - detail of Side 1, scan by Henry V. Bell


Columbia CL 2328 (Canada) - Side 2 scan by Henry V. Bell


Columbia CL 2328 (Canada) - Side 2 with label of Columbia CL 2645, photo by Glenn Friesen

Columbia CL 2645 (USA), picture from www.discogs.com

"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP, CBS BPG 62515/CL 2328 (UK), May 1965:

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CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - front scan by Hans Seegers (all variants)


CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara (all variants)

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CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - rear scan by Hans Seegers (EMI, Philips and first CBS variants)


CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Augie Krater (EMI, Philips and first CBS variants)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (Philips variant - raised ring inside "CBS logo)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (CBS variant 1A - raised ring intersects "CBS logo)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (Philips variant)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (Philips variant)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (Philips variant)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (CBS variant 1A)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers (CBS variant 1A)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers (CBS variant 1A)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (CBS variant 1B)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (CBS variant 1B)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel (CBS variant 1B)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Jérémie Viala (CBS variant 2)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Jérémie Viala (CBS variant 2)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Jérémie Viala (CBS variant 2)

I bought my copy of the UK mono album from a stall in the foyer at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, 7 May 1965. Sadly it was one of the ones that were later stolen in 1968. It wasn't then in as good condition as this mint copy provided by Hans Seegers! The sleeve was printed by Ernest J. Day & Co., Ltd. and the rear has three folded-over flaps. The printer information does not have "Patent Pending." as on the sleeve illustrated below.


CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - front scan from www.discogs.com (EMI variant)


CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - rear scan from www.discogs.com (EMI variant)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan from www.discogs.com (EMI variant)

CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by by Duncan Pedrana (EMI variant)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 2, scan by Duncan Pedrana (EMI variant - "62515-1B-1")


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 2, photo by Duncan Pedrana (EMI variant - "K" and "T", "K" can be seen clearly, "T" less so)

Gerd Rundel has three copies of this album - the sleeves look identical to Hans Seegers' copy shown but the records have the differences listed below:

EMI variant: This was a contract pressing by EMI ordered by CBS, because CBS had capacity problems at this time - special characteristics are raised “M” and “T” to the left and right of the centre hole of Side 2, which can be seen (and felt) if the record is examined closely, but which are impossible to scan. ("M"/"T" was a UK purchase tax code used by EMI and stamped on either side of the centre hole of their records.) The record has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515-1A-1, Side 2 - 62515-1B-1. Thanks to Duncan Pedrana for pictures of his copy which definitely has "K" and "T" stamped on either side of the centre hole on Side 2. Apparently "M"/"T" was used from 1 Jan 1963 until 1 Jul 1963 when it was replaced by "K"/"T" (which lasted until 1968), so to have "M"/"T" on a 1965 record seems odd - "K"/"T" is definitely correct. Jakob Gerber has an EMI-pressed copy which has the "K"/"T" codes on Side 1. This record also has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515-1A-1, Side 2 - 62515-1B-1, plus "A" on Side 1 and "M" on Side 2 (EMI stamper codes).

Philips variant: This has no “RECORDING FIRST PUBLISHED” on labels as other Philips albums made for CBS, but the record matrix numbers imply that it was made by Philips. The record has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - BPG62515 1L//1 11  3, Side 2 - BPG62515 2L//1 11  3. The raised ring in the centre of the label is inside the black square of the CBS logo.

CBS variant (probably a later pressing): The copy of the record shown has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515-3A-1, Side 2 - 62515-3B-1. (There are also 2A-1/2B-1 pressings). The raised ring in the centre of the label is partially outside the black square of the CBS logo (CBS variant 1A above, same as Han Seegers' copy). The record of Stuart Moore's copy of this variant has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515-3A-1, Side 2 - 62515-2B-1. Ian Patterson has a copy with a record with rough CBS orange labels, where one label has "33" and the other label has "33⅓". The record of this copy has matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515-3A-1, Side 2 - 62515-3B-1, the same as CBS variant 1A.

It looks like the EMI and Philips variants are first pressings, even earlier than the CBS variants. Augie Krater has a first release copy of what is probably another CBS variant with stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515-3A-1, Side 2 - XLP-79422-1A (US matrix). Gerd Rundel has a copy in the Ernest J. Day sleeve with three folded-over flaps on the rear with a double raised ring in the centre of the record labels (CBS variant 1B above). It has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515-2A-1, Side 2 - XLP-79422-1A (again US matrix on Side 2). Jérémie Viala's second alternate CBS copy (variant 2) comes in a sleeve with three folded-over flaps. The record has dark orange labels and stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - XLP-79421-1E (US matrix on Side 1 this time), Side 2 - 62515-2B-1. This copy has "1965" written on the rear sleeve and the owner's name "Norma" written on the Side 2 record label.


CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (third CBS variant)

Manuel García Jara has a copy of what he believes is the rarest CBS UK mono release, from a later date than the four copies above. The rear sleeve has no folded-over flaps, and the catalogue number at top right is printed above the CBS logo without "MONO", while on the other sleeves it's below the logo. "Patent Pending." is added to the printer information at bottom right. The record has the same matrix numbers as Gerd Rundel's CBS variant: Side1 - 62515-3A-1, Side2 - 62515-3B-1, but the labels have four significant differences from the labels of the three copies above:

  1. The label text apart from artist name and album title is in a different serif typeface from the first three variants, where it's in a sans-serif typeface.
  2. On Side 1, track 4 is listed as Love Minus Zero/No Limit on two lines as on the US releases while on the first three variants it's listed as "Love Minus Zero - No Limit"
  3. To the left of the centre hole on both sides the playing speed is listed as "33⅓" while on the first three variants it's listed as just "33"
  4. To the right of the centre hole "1-7." is missing before "Blossom Music" on Side 1, and "1-4." on Side 2. "(P) 1965" is missing on both sides.

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (third CBS variant)


CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (EMI, Philips and first two CBS variants - see above)


CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (third CBS variant)


CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (third CBS variant)


CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (third CBS variant)

CBS bpg 62515 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (third CBS variant)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (EMI, Philips and first two CBS variants)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (third CBS variant)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (EMI, Philips and first two CBS variants)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (third CBS variant)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel (EMI, Philips and first two CBS variants)

CBS BPG 62515 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (third CBS variant)

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Gerd Rundel, Manuel García Jara, Augie Krater and Jérémie Viala for information and scans.


"Subterranean Homesick Blues" - mono vinyl LP, CBS 62515 (NL), Sep 1965, re-released 1966:
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. For stereo versions (CBS S 62515, not released until 1967 onwards), see International Album Releases (Regular). It retained this title even for early CD releases. Tom Willems puts the release date as after 17 Sep 1965. It was released in Holland at the same time as the mono releases of The Times They Are A-Changin' and Highway 61 Revisited. Manuel García Jara has a purchase date of 25 Oct 1965.

CBS 62515 (NL), 1965 (first release):

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

The first release of the album came in a open sleeve (plain white on the inside), which was folded into a clear hard plastic cover, approx 1cm (0.4") smaller than a standard 12" LP sleeve. The front is folded-over the back on three sides. (These covers were standard in Holland until 1966 for all CBS artists.) Apart from the title change the layout of the front and rear sleeves is the same as the regularly titled album. On the record labels the album is titled "Bringing It All Back Home" featuring "Subterranean Homesick Blues"! Thanks to Simon Blokker for spotting that She Belongs To Me is credited to "Bob Dylon". This mistake was never corrected and is repeated on every mono release of this album!


CBS 62515 (NL) - detail of front, scan by Hans Seegers, both commercial releases

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

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CBS 62515 (NL) - scan of unfolded sleeve by Hans Seegers, first commercial release


CBS 62515 (NL) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers, both commercial releases


CBS 62515 (NL) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers (first commercial release, compare with second release below)

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CBS 62515 (NL) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (first commercial release)


CBS 62515 (NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Simon Blokker (first commercial release - "Bob Dylon" error)


CBS 62515 (NL) - detail of Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (first commercial release - note the extremely lengthy album title!)


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


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

CBS 62515 (NL), 1966 (second release):

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CBS 62515 (NL) - front scan by Hans Seegers (second commercial release)

The second release of the mono album from 1966 or after was in a "regular" LP sleeve (unusual for Holland at the time). It still has the three folded flaps on the rear sleeve. This version is very rare. This time it's just titled Subterranean Homesick Blues on the labels.

Lars M. Banke has a copy with the folded sleeve as above but with second release labels as shown. The Side 1 label differs from that of Hans Seegers in that there is a much wider gap between the two text lines to the left of the centre hole, and also the song titles are printed slightly lower (on Hans' copy they almost touch the CBS logo).

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CBS 62515 (NL) - rear scan by Hans Seegers (second commercial release)


CBS 62515 (NL) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers (second commercial release - "NL", not present on folded sleeve)

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CBS 62515 (NL) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (second commercial release variant 1A)


CBS 62515 (NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers (second commercial release variant 1A)

CBS 62515 (NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers (second commercial release, all variants)


CBS 62515 (NL) - Side 1 scan by Lars M. Banke (second commercial release, variant 1B)


CBS 62515 (NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Lars M. Banke (second commercial release, all variants)


CBS 62515 (NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Lars M. Banke (second commercial release, variant 1B)


CBS 62515 (NL) - Side 2 scan by Lars M. Banke (second commercial release, variant 1B)


CBS 62515 (NL) - Side 1 scan by Simon Blokker (second commercial release, variant 2)

CBS 62515 (NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Simon Blokker (second commercial release, variant 2)


CBS 62515 (NL) - Side 2 scan by Simon Blokker (second commercial release, variant 2)

Simon Blokker has a copy of the second release in the same sleeve with three folded-over flaps, but with slightly different record labels. Instead of "RECORD FIRST PUBLISHED 1965" to the left of the centre hole, these labels have just "(P) 1965" as shown. The record of this copy has matrix numbers: Side 1 - 62515-A (handwritten) XLP-79421-1E (stamped), Side 2 - 62515-B (handwritten) XLP-79422-1F (stamped).

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Tom Willems, Lars M. Banke and Simon Blokker for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP, CBS 62515 (France), 1965:


CBS 62515 (France) - front scan by Gerd Rundel
This album has a gatefold sleeve with the lyrics in English and French liner notes on the inside. The outside of the gatefold sleeve is laminated but the inside is not. The record has orange CBS labels and stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - XPARTX 56489 2I, Side 2 -XPARTX 56490 2I. (the last character of each matrix number could also be a "1").

Arie de Reus has a test pressing of this album on two discs with classical music on the reverse of each disc. This test pressing has blank labels, so a scan would be pointless.

Thanks to Renaud Depierreux for information and to Gerd Rundel for further information and scans.


CBS 62515 (France) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS 62515 (France) - inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS 62515 (France) - detail of inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS 62515 (France) - Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS 62515 (France) - Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel

"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP, CBS BP 233213 (Australia), May 1965:


CBS BP 233213 (Australia) - front photo by David Jetson


CBS BP 233213 (Australia) - rear photo by David Jetson


CBS BP 233213 (Australia) - Side 1 photo by David Jetson (incorrect album title)


CBS BP 233213 (Australia) - Side 2 photo by David Jetson (incorrect album title)


CBS BP 233213 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Stuart Moore (corrected album title)


CBS BP 233213 (Australia) - Side 2 scan by Stuart Moore (corrected album title)

The first release of this album had a spelling mistake in the title on the labels - "BRING IT ALL BACK HOME". This was later corrected. Both releases had orange CBS labels with the Allan's logo (Allan's were music publishers in Australia for Bob Dylan records between 1965 and 1969). The colour difference is probably just because the first record's labels have been photographed while the second's have been scanned.

The 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.

Thanks to David Jetson and Stuart Moore for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP, CBS BP 473204 (New Zealand), May 1965:


CBS BP 473204 (New Zealand) - front scan by Bill Hester
Both the record and the sleeve of this release were made in New Zealand. The record has plain orange CBS labels with the Allan's logo (Allan's were also music publishers in New Zealand for Bob Dylan records between 1965 and 1969.

Thanks to Bill Hester for information and scans.


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


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

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

CBS BP 473204 (New Zealand) - Side 1 scan by Bill Hester
 
CBS BP 473204 (New Zealand) - Side 2 scan by Bill Hester

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

"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP, CBS CL 2328 (Singapore/Malaysia), 1965:


CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - front scan by Hans Seegers

Hans Seegers' copy of this rare album has a unique "MONAURAL 360 SOUND" logo on the front sleeve at centre top. Gerd Rundel's copy has a black/white "MONO" sticker over the text of the logo. The sleeve looks like the US design although the front and rear Columbia logos have been replaced by "CBS", and "COLUMBIA" has been removed from the rear sleeve at bottom right. Gerd Rundel's sleeve is made from thin card, unlike US sleeves of thick card, and has no spine text. The sleeve of Hans Seegers' copy was printed in the USA, but the rear text at bottom right of Gerd Rundel's copy has been changed to remove both "COLUMBIA" and "PRINTED IN USA". The records were pressed in the USA with locally-printed labels in the first US commercial release "GUARANTEED HIGH FIDELITY" style but with three CBS logos. The record labels of Gerd Rundel's copy, released perhaps in both Singapore and Malaysia, are different in that Subterranean Homesick Blues is listed above the centre hole on Side 1 and on both sides the playing speed of "33⅓ RPM" is missing to the right of the centre hole. The record of Gerd Rundel's copy has handwritten matrix numbers: Side 1 - XLP-79421, Side 2 - XLP-79422.

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


CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - front with "MONO" sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel


CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - detail of front, scan by Hans Seegers (both copies)

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers (both copies)

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel (alternate copy)

Columbia CL 2328 (USA) - detail of rear for comparison, scan by Hans Seegers ("COLUMBIA" and "PRINTED IN USA")

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - detail of front, scan by Hans Seegers

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - detail of front with "MONO" sticker, scan by Gerd Rundel

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers ("PRINTED IN USA")

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - detail of rear, scan by Gerd Rundel (alternate copy, "PRINTED IN USA" missing)

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (no songs above centre hole)

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers ("33⅓ RPM")

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - alternate Side 1 scan by Gerd Rundel (one song above centre hole)

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - detail of alternate Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel ("33⅓ RPM" missing)

CBS CL 2328 (Singapore) - alternate Side 2 scan by Gerd Rundel

"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP, CBS CL 2328 (Philippines), 1965:
For the stereo release of this album, see International Album Releases (Regular).


CBS CL 2328 (Philippines) - front photo from eBay found by Gerd Rundel
This mono album was made in the Philippines for Columbia Records 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 has orange CBS labels. Side 2 has a handwritten date "6/20/67" (20 Jun 1967).

Thanks to Gerd Rundel for finding this on eBay.


CBS CL 2328 (Philippines) - rear photo from eBay found by Gerd Rundel


CBS CL 2328 (Philippines) - Side 1 photo from eBay found by Gerd Rundel


CBS CL 2328 (Philippines) - Side 2 photo from eBay found by Gerd Rundel

"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP releases, CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa/Southern Rhodesia), 1965:


CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa/Southern Rhodesia) - front scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa/Southern Rhodesia) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS ALD 6801 (Southern Rhodesia) - front sticker scan by Gerd Rundel


CBS ALD 6801 (Southern Rhodesia) -rear sleeve sticker scan by Hans Seegers


CBS ALD 6801 (Southern Rhodesia) - detail of rear sleeve with sticker, scan by Hans Seegers


CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa) - rear scan by Hans Seegers (first copy)

CBS ALD 6801 (Southern Rhodesia) - detail of Side 1, scan by Gerd Rundel ("MADE IN S. RHODESIA")


CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa/Southern Rhodesia) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers (variant 1)


CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa/Southern Rhodesia) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers (variant 1)


CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa/Southern Rhodesia) -detail of Side 2, scan by Hans Seegers (variant 1)

CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa/Southern Rhodesia) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (all copies)

CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa/Southern Rhodesia) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (second copy)

CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2 - same as variant 1)

CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa) - detail of Side 2, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)


CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers (first copy)


CBS ALD 6801 (South Africa) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (second copy)

This very rare album was sold in South Africa and Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) during the Apartheid era. The sleeve is laminated on the front only, with folded-over flaps top and bottom on the rear. The sleeves were printed in South Africa by Record Pac, and the records were made in both countries. There was a CBS pressing plant in Southern Rhodesia at that time. The Southern Rhodesian album has a sticker on the sleeve "RECORD MADE IN SOUTHERN RHODESIA". Note that on Hans Seegers' South African copy the rear sleeve the lowest line of text is obscured by the bottom flap - this does not happen on Manuel García Jara's South African copy or the Southern Rhodesian sleeve. The records have orange CBS labels with no country of origin. Manuel García Jara's South African copy has the same Side 1 label as Hans Seegers', but on Side 2 the tracklist is arranged differently. Gerd Rundel's Southern Rhodesia copy has the same sleeve as shown, but with a record shop sticker from Fenners, Bulawayo. The record has the same labels as Hans' listed variant 1. "MADE IN S. RHODESIA" is stamped in the vinyl on both sides as shown in the detail scan (contrast heightened to shown stamped text). The copy shown has stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - XLP-79421-1A, Side 2 - XLP-79422-1A (the US matrix numbers).

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


"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono vinyl LP, CBS 62515 (Italy), late 1966 (twice):


CBS 62515 (Italy) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)
This was the first release of this album in Italy. It was made by CBS Italiana S.p.A. and distributed by Distribuzione Messagerie Musicali of Milan and Rome. The sleeve is laminated on the front only and was printed in Italy by Stampa Reparto Grafico C.G.D. The front and rear sleeve have CBS logos. The rear sleeve has two folded-over flaps. There is also a triangular stamp on the rear of Manuel's copy which may be a promotional stamp. The record has plain orange CBS labels and there are two label variants. The first release record label has the matrix numbers to the right of the centre hole printed upside down and there is a gap between these and the copyright logo "DR" in a box. On the second release labels these matrix numbers are printed the right way up and "DR" in a box is printed immediately underneath. Both records shown have the same stamped matrix numbers: Side 1 - CBS 62515-1L  7/10/66, Side 2 - CBS 62515-2L  7/10/66 (7 Oct 1966 is the pressing date).


CBS 62515 (Italy) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)


CBS 62515 (Italy) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)


CBS 62515 (Italy) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)


CBS 62515 (Italy) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)

CBS 62515 (Italy) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)

CBS 62515 (Italy) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)

CBS 62515 (Italy) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (first release)

CBS 62515 (Italy) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (first release)

CBS 62515 (Italy) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (first release)

CBS 62515 (Italy) - Side 1 scan by Andrea Brillo (second release)

CBS 62515 (Italy) - detail of Side 1, scan by Andrea Brillo (second release)

CBS 62515 (Italy) - Side 2 scan by Andrea Brillo (second release)

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Andrea Brillo for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - promo mono vinyl LP, CBS 37490 (Brazil), 1967:

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CBS 37490 (Brazil) - front scan by Hans Seegers
This was the first Dylan album to be released in Latin America! The record has orange CBS labels rubber stamped "AMOSTRA INVENDAVEL [DEMONSTRATION NOT FOR SALE]" on Side 2. The rear sleeve is also rubber stamped "AMOSTRA INVENDAVEL".

The record of the copy shown has handwritten matrix numbers: Side 1 - XLP-79421-1-A, Side 2 - XLP-79422-1-A.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scans.

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CBS 37490 (Brazil) - rear with promo stamp, scan by Hans Seegers

CBS 37490 (Brazil) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers

CBS 37490 (Brazil) - rear promo stamp scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS 37490 (Brazil) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers


CBS 37490 (Brazil) - detail of Side 1, scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS 37490 (Brazil) - Side 2 with promo stamp, scan by Hans Seegers

CBS 37490 (Brazil) - Side 2 promo stamp scan by Hans Seegers


CBS 37490 (Brazil) - detail of rear, scan by Hans Seegers


CD Releases


"Bob Dylan: The Original Mono Recordings" - 9CD set in 5" box, Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88697761042 (USA/Europe), 19 Oct 2010; Sony Music SICP 2951-59 (Japan), 10 Nov 2010; 9LP set in 12" box, Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88697761051 (USA/Europe), 21 Dec 2010:


Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88697761042 (Europe) - front of outer box with sticker (my copy)

This set of Bob's first eight albums in the original mono mixes comes in a cutaway card box inside an outer box. The CD albums are in thick card sleeves reproducing the original mono album artwork, in this case Columbia CL 2328. The CD comes in a plain inner sleeve and its design is based on the original Columbia design (see above).


Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88697761042 (Europe) - paper wrapper over rear of outer box


Sony Music SICP 2951-59 (Japan) - front of box with obi and sticker, scan by Anthony Perry

Sony Music SICP 2951-59 (Japan) - rear of box with obi, scan by Anthony Perry

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88697761042-5/CL 2328 (Europe) - front of card sleeve


Sony Music SICP 2955 (Japan) - front with top obi, scan by Anthony Perry


Sony Music SICP 2955 (Japan) - rear with top obi, scan by Anthony Perry


Sony Music SICP 2955 (Japan) - obi scan by Anthony Perry


Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88697761042-5/CL 2328 (Europe) - rear of card sleeve

Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88697761042-5/CL 2328 (Europe) - CD


Sony Music SICP 2955 (Japan) - front of card sleeve, scan by Anthony Perry


Sony Music SICP 2955 (Japan) - rear of card sleeve, scan by Anthony Perry


Sony Music SICP 2955 (Japan) - insert scan by Anthony Perry (original front sticker)


Sony Music SICP 2955 (Japan) - booklet front scan by Anthony Perry

Sony Music SICP 2955 (Japan) - CD scan by Anthony Perry


Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music 88697761042-5/CL 2328 (Europe) - detail of CD


Sony Music SICP 2955 (Japan) - front with side obi, scan by Hans Seegers

Thanks to Éamonn Ó Catháin for information that this album can be downloaded in MP3 format from Play.com in the UK for £6.99 or £0.89 per track. For full details of the set, see here.

Thanks to Sonny Boy McFitzson for information about the Japanese release, Sony Music SICP 2151-59. It has a wrap-around obi with price ¥18,900 (¥18,000 plus sales tax). This has been reduced from the originally announced price of ¥25,000! As the original mono albums were never released in Japan, each has a light blue top obi based on those of the original stereo releases. The Japanese CD also comes in a plain inner sleeve with a Japanese language booklet and an insert with the original 1965 US sticker promoting "Subterranean Homesick Blues" (see above). Hans Seegers has a copy of this sold separately. Unusually, the obi does not have a price.

The 12" mono LP is available separately from the vinyl boxed set as a Dutch release, Music On Vinyl MOVLP 243 (NL) - see below.

Thanks to Anthony Perry for information and scans.


"Bringing It All Back Home" - mono hybrid SA-CD release, Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs CMFSA2181M (USA), Oct 2016:


Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs CMFSA2181M (USA) - front picture from www.musicdirect.com
Thanks to Éamonn Ó Catháin for information about this pending mono hybrid SA-CD release from the US audiophile company Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs. There will be a simultaneous release on hybrid SA-CD and vinyl of seven Dylan mono albums excluding Blonde On Blonde.

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