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This page contains promotional and commercial releases of mono 7" singles and EPs with Dylan album tracks for 1962-64. Mono LPs have their own pages, see Mono Album Releases. All Bob's original mono albums from Bob Dylan to John Wesley Harding were released on CD as The Original Mono Recordings in Oct 2010.

For 1962-64 Dylan mono 7" singles and EPs with rarities see the yearly pages in Part 1. For illustrations of all the generic 7" single sleeves used by Bob's record companies from the 1960s onwards, see the 7" Single Sleeves page. (A single has much less value to a collector if it doesn't have its correct original sleeve.)

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: 21 March, 2017.


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1961


"I'll Fly Away"/"Swing And Turn Jubilee" - mono 10" single-sided acetates, Columbia (no catalogue numbers (USA), Sep 1961:

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John Hammond's own acetate of I'll Fly Away, photo by Jeff Gold

These acetates, which I assume are mono, are from Carolyn Hester's first Columbia album and are of two of the three tracks on which Bob played harmonica. Because they contain rarities, full details are in 1962 (the album's release year). As they were created before the release of the album, these are Bob's first recordings!

Thanks to Jeff Gold of Record Mecca for photos.

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John Hammond's own acetate of I'll Fly Away, photo by Jeff Gold

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John Hammond's own acetate with Swing And Turn Jubilee, photo by Jeff Gold

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John Hammond's own acetate with Swing And Turn Jubilee, photo by Jeff Gold

1962


"Freight Train Blues"/"Gospel Plow"/"You're No Good" - mono 10" single-sided acetates, Columbia (no catalogue numbers (USA), Mar 1962:

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John Hammond's own acetate with Freight Train Blues, photo by Jeff Gold

John Hammond's own acetate with Freight Train Blues, photo by Jeff Gold

Detail of sleeve of John Hammond's own acetate with Freight Train Blues, photo by Jeff Gold

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John Hammond's own acetate with Gospel Plow, photo by Jeff Gold

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John Hammond's own acetate with You're No Good, photo by Jeff Gold
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John Hammond's own acetate with You're No Good, photo by Jeff Gold

Thanks to Jeff Gold of Record Mecca for photos of three of John Hammond's own acetates from Bob's first album, which I assume are mono. The acetates have handwritten text in grease pencil with the artist, song title, Columbia "CO" number and take number.

For more information, see Mono Album Releases.


"Rollin' Along" - 10" mono metal acetate, CBS (no catalogue number) (UK), 1962:


Picture from eBay
This four track acetate called "Rollin' Along" (misspelled) has three tracks from Bob Dylan (one twice): on Side 1 it has House Of The Risin' Sun and Freight Train Blues; on Side 2 a second version of Freight Train Blues, the same performance but quieter, and Man Of Constant Sorrow. It comes from the same vendor who offered the Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands 1966 10" metal acetate, see Questionable Releases. However, this type of record label was definitely used by CBS UK. If it's genuine, it was almost certainly made by Philips for CBS Records.

Thanks to Arie de Reus and Gerd Rundel for information.


"Let Me Die In My Footsteps" - 10" acetate, Columbia (USA), 18 May 1962:
I'm assuming this acetate is mono!


Label scan by Royce Townsend

Let Me Die In My Footsteps - unedited original mono version, recorded Columbia Recording Studios, New York, 24 Apr, 1962 (the version released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 in 1991 has a verse missing)


Acetate in buff sleeve, scan by Royce Townsend

Detail of sleeve, scan by Royce Townsend

Accompanying letter scan by Royce Townsend

Accompanying photo scan by Royce Townsend

This performance is not included in the Sony Music Europe 4CD-R limited edition set The 50th Anniversary Collection, see 2012. Because it is still a rarity, full details are in 1962.

Thanks to Royce Townsend for information and scans.


"Mixed Up Confusion"/"Corrina, Corrina" - 7" promo and commercial mono singles, Columbia 4-42656 (USA), 14 Dec 1962:

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Columbia 4-42656 (USA) - commercial copy A-side scan by Hans Seegers
This title was Bob's first single release under his own name. Because these singles contain rarities, full details are in 1962.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scans.

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Columbia 4-42656 (USA) - white label radio station copy, A-side scan by Hans Seegers


Columbia 1962 US generic 7" sleeve - front scan by Hans Seegers


1963


"Corrina, Corrina" - 7" mono metal acetate, Kinney Music (no catalogue number) (UK), early 1963:


Picture from eil.com
This single-sided acetate with an Emidisc label in a plain white sleeve has the mono album track from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. The title is misspelled "Corina, Corina". As well as the typewritten text there is a stamp with "p.p. ("per pro" = "on behalf of") Kinney Music Ltd.".
Picture from eil.com

"Blowin' In The Wind"/"Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" - 7" mono promo and commercial singles, Columbia JZSP 75606/JZSP 75607 (USA), Jul 1963; Columbia 4-42856 (USA), Aug 1963:

Columbia JZSP 75606/JZSP 75607 (USA), Jul 1963:

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Columbia JZSP 75606/7 (USA) - sleeve scan by Lee Kaufman (promo release 1)

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Columbia JZSP 75606 (USA) - A-side scan by Lee Kaufman (promo release 1)

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Columbia JZSP 75607 (USA) - B-side scan by Lee Kaufman (promo release 1)


Columbia JZSP 75606 (USA) - A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (promo release 1 with handwritten date)

Columbia JZSP 75606 (USA) - detail of A-side, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo release 1 with handwritten date)

Columbia JZSP 75606 (USA) - B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (promo release 1 with handwritten date)

Columbia Reference Recording, scan found by Anneke Derksen Hoftijzer

Thanks to Anneke Derksen Hoftijzer for finding this 1963 45 RPM Columbia Reference Recording of Blowin' In The Wind. This is a pressing on black vinyl, not an acetate.

The white label promo with black text has a custom sleeve with the famous "Rebel With A Cause" newsletter introducing Bob Dylan written by Bob Thompson of Columbia Records. Manuel García Jara's copy comes in the same sleeve and has a handwritten date of "7/20/63" (20 Jul 1963).

Columbia 4-42856 (USA), Aug 1963:


Columbia 4-42856/JZSP 75606 (USA) - A-side with French date stamp, scan by Hans Seegers (promo release 2)


Columbia 4-42856/JZSP 75606 (USA) - detail of A-side with French date stamp, scan by Hans Seegers (promo release 2)


Columbia 4-42856/JZSP 75606 (USA) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (promo release 2)


Columbia 4-42856/JZSP 75607 (USA) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (promo release 2)


Columbia 4-42856/JZSP 75606 (USA) - B-side with date stamp, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo release 2)


Columbia 4-42856/JZSP 75606 (USA) - detail of B-side with date stamp, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo release 2)


Columbia 4-42856 (USA) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (commercial release)


Columbia 4-42856 (USA) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (commercial release)

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Columbia USA commercial 7" single sleeve - scan by David Plentus


Columbia 4-42856 (USA) - unauthorised sleeve, front scan by Peter Denzler


Columbia 4-42856 (USA) - unauthorised sleeve, rear scan by Peter Denzler


Columbia 4-42856 (USA) - unauthorised front sleeve picture found by Ian Woodward

The later white label promo with red text has the catalogue number Columbia 4-42856 - it has the generic mushroom-coloured Columbia sleeve shown on 7" Single Sleeves and comes without the newsletter. Hans Seegers has a white label promo copy with red text with a French-language date stamp of "19 Aout 1963 [19 Aug 1963]" on the A-side, presumably from Canada. This could be the release date or perhaps just the date the record was received by the recipient. The commercial single also came in the mushroom-coloured sleeve. Manuel García Jara has a copy with a date stamp on the B-side of "Aug 21, 1963".

Thanks to Lee Kaufman for information and scans of the first promo. Thanks to Ole Lien for finding the second promo with red text on eBay and to Hans Seegers for scans of this and the commercial release. The eBay description wrongly said the A-side is edited - it isn't. Copies are for sale today with unauthorised picture sleeves with anachronistic photos - thanks to Peter Denzler and Ian Woodward for information and scans.

Thanks to David Plentus, Lee Kaufman, Hans Seegers, Manuel García Jara and Peter Denzler for information and scans.


"Blowin' In The Wind"/"Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" - 7" mono commercial single, Columbia 4-42856 (Canada), Aug 1963:


Columbia 4-42856 (Canada) - A-side scan by Dag Braathen


Columbia 4-42856 (Canada) - detail of A-side, scan by Dag Braathen


Columbia 4-42856 (Canada) - B-side scan by Dag Braathen


Columbia Canada 7" generic orange/white sleeve - scan by Dag Braathen


Columbia 4-42856 (Canada) - A-side in Columbia red/white sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Dag Braathen's Canadian copy came in a orange/white Columbia Canada sleeve, see 7" Single Sleeves. The record has orange labels with "PRINTED IN CAN." at the bottom. Manuel García Jara's copy came in a red/white generic sleeve.

Thanks to Dag Braathen and Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


"Long Ago, Far Away" - 8" metal acetate, Music Publishers Holding Corp. for Witmark Publishing Company (no catalogue number) (USA), 1963:


A-side label of acetate, scan by Gil Walker

R-0029 Long Ago, Far Away - Witmark demo of this still unreleased song, recorded Nov 1962

This acetate contained a rarity, so full details are in 1963. This performance has now been officially released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964 in Oct 2010.

Thanks to Gil Walker for information and scan.


"(I'd Hate To Be You) On That Dreadful Day" - 8" metal acetate, Music Publishers Holding Corp. for Witmark Publishing Company (no catalogue number) (USA), 1963:


A-side of acetate, picture from eBay
R-0036 (I'd Hate To Be You On That) Dreadful Day - demo recorded Mar 1963

This acetate contained a rarity, so full details are in 1963. This performance has now been officially released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964 in Oct 2010.

Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for finding this item on eBay.


"Quit Your Lowdown Ways" - 8" metal acetate, Music Publishers Holding Corp. for Witmark Publishing Company (no catalogue number) (USA), 1963:


A-side of acetate, picture from eBay
R-0287 Quit Your Lowdown Ways - Witmark demo recorded Dec 1962, different from the Freewheelin' out-take released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3

This acetate contains the Witmark demo of this song, recorded Dec 1962, different from the Freewheelin' out-take released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3. Because this was a rarity full details are in 1963. This performance has now been officially released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964 in Oct 2010.

Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for finding this item on eBay.


"Farewell" - 8" metal acetate, Music Publishers Holding Corp. for Witmark Publishing Company (USA), 1963:


Picture from Dennis Rooney
R-0293 Farewell Pamilina [Farewell] - Witmark demo, recorded Mar 1963

This acetate contains the Witmark demo of this song, recorded Mar 1963 - this performance was short-listed for The Bootleg Series, Vols. 1-3, 1991. Now officially released in mono in Oct 2010 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964, so no longer a rarity.

This single-sided acetate came in an audiodisc generic sleeve.

Thanks to Bruce Mulle and Dennis Rooney for finding this item.


"Hobo [Only A Hobo]" - 8" metal acetate, Witmark Publishing Company (USA), 1963:


Picture from Dennis Rooney
R-0034 Only A Hobo - Witmark demo recorded Aug 1963

The version released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 is an out-take from The Times They Are A-Changin', recorded Columbia Studios, New York, 12 Aug 1963 (CO78982, 3:28). For the Jan/Feb 1963 Broadside recording (R-0027) and a May 1963 radio broadcast on The World Of Folk Music (Starring Oscar Brand) (R-0317), see 1963. Now officially released in mono in Oct 2010 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964, so no longer a rarity.

This single-sided acetate had an audiodisc label and came in an audiodisc generic sleeve.

Thanks to Bruce Mulle for finding this item.


"Ain't Gonna Grieve" - 10" acetate, Columbia (no catalogue number) (USA), Aug 1963:


Scan by Hans Seegers
R-0031 Ain't Gonna Grieve - Witmark demo recorded Aug 1963

This acetate contained a rarity, so full details are in 1963. This performance has now been officially released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964 in Oct 2010.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scan. Thanks to Jeff Gold for information that this acetate is a fake, one of several that were made in the USA around 2000, also for other artists, and is now listed in Questionable Releases.


1964


"Guess I'm Doin' Fine" - 8" metal acetate, Music Publishers Holding Corp. for Witmark Publishing Company (no catalogue number) (USA), 1964:


Picture from eBay
This acetate contains the Witmark demo of this song, recorded Jan 1964. This performance has now been officially released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964 in Oct 2010.

This single-sided acetate came in an audiodisc generic sleeve.

Thanks to Gerd Rundel for finding this item on eBay.


"Only A Pawn In Their Game" - 10" mono acetate, Columbia (USA), 1964:


Label scan by Hans Seegers
As far as I know this track on a single-sided acetate was never actually released as a single.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scan.


"Blowin' In The Wind" - 7" mono EP, CBS EP 5688 (France), Jun 1964:


CBS EP 5688 (France) - front with blank side of languette, scan by Hans Seegers (first variant)
This was the first Bob Dylan EP in France. The front sleeve photo is a crop of the photo on The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan album. Tracks are:

A-side: Blowin' In The Wind; Corrina, Corrina
B-side: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right; Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance.

Note the unique "languette" or index tab on the right edge of the sleeve of this French EP - these were included by all record companies in France at the time on both albums and EPs. They are easily broken off, but their absence reduces the value of the item considerably to a serious collector.

This EP was released twice. The front of the second sleeve has "Bob Dylan" in a lighter orange, although the difference is not enough to scan successfully. There is a tiny difference on the B-side of the record itself - "45" is slightly larger at 7mm instead of 6mm (shown below). The A-sides are identical.

Thanks to Robert Paulsen for information about this item and to Hans Seegers for further information and scans.
 


CBS EP 5688 (France) - rear with index side of languette, scan by Hans Seegers (both variants)


CBS EP 5688 (France) - detail of rear with index side of languette, scan by Hans Seegers (both variants)


CBS EP 5688 (France) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (both variants)

CBS EP 5688 (France) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (first variant)

CBS EP 5688 (France) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (second variant)

CBS EP 5688 (France) - detail of B-sides, scan by Hans Seegers showing different sizes of "45"

Various Artists - "Newport Folk Festival 1963" - three 7" mono EPs, Fontana TFE 18009/10/11 (UK), 1964:
These three EPs were extracted from the Vanguard LPs Newport Broadside (Topical Songs) and The Newport Folk Festival - 1963: The Evening Concerts Vol. 1, released in the UK by Fontana. They were quickly withdrawn because of legal problems with CBS Records (the then trading name of Columbia in the UK) who had licensed Bob's appearances on the Fontana LPs only.


Fontana TFE 18009 (UK) - front scan by Norman Barrett
Bob appears on each of the title tracks recorded at the Newport Folk Festival, Jul 1963.

Because these performance are rarities, full details are in 1964.

Thanks to Norman Barrett for information and scans.


Fontana TFE 18010 (UK) - front scan by Norman Barrett

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Fontana TFE 18011 (UK) - front (my copy)


"I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)" - 8" mono acetate, Music Publishers Holding Corp. for Witmark Publishing Company (no catalogue number) (USA), mid 1964:


Picture from eBay found by Jean-Pol Hiernaux
"MPHC" stands for “Music Publishers Holding Corporation,” of which Witmark was a part. This single-sided 8" acetate is housed in an "audiodisc" generic sleeve, see 7" Single Sleeves. It is described on eBay as a Witmark demo recording, although it's probably the studio version from Another Side Of Bob Dylan. since these were used by Witmark after Bob stopped recording demos specifically for them in 1964. The studio recording is in circulation amongst collectors from what are known as "the Emmett Grogan acetates" with Bob saying "OK? Ready?" before he starts the song, edited from the album. If this is that version I'll classify it as a rarity.
Picture from eBay found by Jean-Pol Hiernaux


Picture from eBay found by Jean-Pol Hiernaux


Picture from eBay found by Jean-Pol Hiernaux

The acetate is accompanied by a double-sided music and lyrics sheet which has suffered water damage. Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for finding this on eBay and to Tim Dunn for further information. Tim saw an MPHC acetate with Let Me Die In My Footsteps at the Bob Dylan exhibition at the Experience Music Project, Seattle, WA, in Jan 2005. For three 1963 MPHC acetates of Long Ago, Far Away, Quit Your Lowdown Ways and I'd Hate To Be You On That Dreadful Day, see 1963. For a 1963 MPHC acetate of Paths Of Victory which surfaced in 1992, see 1992.


"All I Really Want To Do" - 7" mono EP, CBS EP 5923 (France), Nov 1964:

All I Really Want To Do EP
CBS EP 5923 (France) - front scan by Hans Seegers
The other tracks are Oxford Town; To Ramona and Spanish Harlem Incident.

Thanks to Olav Langum for initial information and to Hans Seegers for further information and scans.

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CBS EP 5923 (France) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS EP 5923 (France) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS EP 5923 (France) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers

"All I Really Want To Do" - sheet music, Allan & Co. Pty. Ltd. (Australia), 1964:


Front scan by Stuart Moore
Stuart Moore has a copy of the sheet music for All I Really Want To Do, published by Allan's, the 1960s Dylan music publisher in Australia. As Bob doesn't read or write music, this will have been transcribed from the recording. Copyright records in Tim Dunn's book "The Bob Dylan Copyright Files" often include the name of the transcriber, indicated as working for hire, which means they don't benefit from any royalties.
Inside page scan by Stuart Moore

Rear scan by Stuart Moore

"It Ain't Me, Babe" - sheet music, M. Witmark & Sons (USA), 1964:


Front scan by Gerd Rundel
This sheet music for It Ain't Me, Babe was published in the USA by M. Witmark & Sons.

Thanks to Gerd Rundel for information and scans.


Inside page scan by Gerd Rundel


Inside page scan by Gerd Rundel


Rear scan by Gerd Rundel

Various Artists - "All Star Hootenanny" - 7" mono EP, CBS BG-225035 (Australia), 11 Nov 1964; CBS BG-465004 (New Zealand), Nov 1964:


CBS BG-225035 (Australia) - front scan by Stefan Haras
The New Zealand release is one of five mono EPs exclusive to New Zealand. It was released with two slightly different front sleeves. The Australian release appears to have only one variant. The rear sleeves of the Australian and New Zealand releases are different in that the Australian release shows three album covers, while the New Zealand release shows only two.
CBS BG-225035 (Australia) - rear scan by Stefan Haras


CBS BG-225035 (Australia) - B-side scan by Stefan Haras

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CBS BG-465004 (New Zealand) - front scan by Hans Seegers (first variant - darker blue text)

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CBS BG-465004 (New Zealand) - front scan by Hans Seegers (second variant - light blue text)

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CBS BG-465004 (New Zealand) - rear scan by Hans Seegers


CBS BG-465004 (New Zealand) - A-side scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (no Dylan)

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CBS BG-465004 (New Zealand) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers


CBS BG-465004 (New Zealand) - B-side with demo sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS BG-465004 (New Zealand) - B-side demo sticker scan by Manuel García Jara

Taken from the album of the same name listed in 1964 because it contains a Dylan rarity, this EP has:

Side 1: Where Have All The Flowers Gone? (Pete Seeger), This Land Is Your Land (New Christy Minstrels)
Side 2: Blowin' In The Wind (Bob Dylan); This Train (Brothers Four).

Manuel García Jara has a copy with a "DEMONSTRATION RECORD" sticker on the B-side.

Thanks to Bill Hester for the information and to Hans Seegers, Stefan Haras, Dr. Hanns Peter Bushoff and Manuel García Jara for the scans.


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Mono 7" Singles & EPs 1965
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Mono 7" Singles & EPs 1966-68
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Mono 7" Singles & EPs 1969
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Mono 7" Singles & EPs 1970-76

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