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Bob Dylan's Officially Released Rarities and Obscurities

Audio: 1972 - "A Tribute To Woody Guthrie" (Various Artists)

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Because of the length of the 1972 page, this sub-page contains all the entries for these releases, including 1972 Various Artists Columbia/CBS releases with a track taken from "A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One".

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Revised: 21 March, 2017


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Vinyl and Tape Releases (1972)


A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One


Various Artists - "A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One" - stereo vinyl releases, Columbia/CBS (various catalogue numbers) (Worldwide), Jan 1972;

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Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - front scan by Peter Gilmer

Bob's songs were recorded live with The Band, Carnegie Hall, New York, 20 Jan 1968 (afternoon and evening shows) at concerts to benefit the US Committee to Combat Huntington's Disease. The third concert was at the Hollywood Bowl on 12 Sep 1970 when Bob was not present. The original record release was on two separate LPs on different record labels - R-0064 to R-0067 were on Part One (Columbia), R-0068 was on Part Two (Warner Bros). The order of the songs on the LPs is not chronological with Carnegie Hall on Part One and Hollywood Bowl on Part Two - the three shows have been edited into a "complete performance" so that performances from each appear on each album. Even though Bob is not credited on the Part Two sleeve, best information (such as Glen Dundas' "Tangled Up In Tapes") is that he does appear on the ensemble songs.

Thanks to Charlie Steiner for scans of the concert programme for Carnegie Hall, New York, on 20 Jan 1968. This is a typed letter-sized sheet, and was presumably the same for both the afternoon and evening shows.

Part One contains:

R-0064 I Ain't Got No Home (Woody Guthrie) - Bob and The Band, afternoon show (Side 1, track 6)
This performance also appears on the Japanese Mr. D's Collection #3 promo CD (see 1993) and the Capitol/EMI boxed set The Band: A Musical History (see 2005).

R-0065 Dear Mrs. Roosevelt (Woody Guthrie) - Bob and The Band, afternoon show (Side 2, track 3)

R-0066 The Grand Coulee Dam (Woody Guthrie) - Bob and The Band, afternoon show (Side 2, track 6)
This track also appears on two 1972 Columbia compilations (listed below on this page) and is now also available on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances, see 2001.

R-0067 This Train Is Bound For Glory (adapted Woody Guthrie) - Bob and The Band with Arlo Guthrie and ensemble, afternoon show (Side 1, track 1)
I misreported this song before - it is truncated on both the original album and the 1989 single CD release, with only the Arlo Guthrie introduction to the song remaining (Side 1 track 1). Bob and The Band are accompanying Arlo but the actual song with their vocal contributions is omitted! Glen Dundas in "Tangled Up In Tapes" (later published as just "Tangled") attributes this to the evening show, but Dean Chambers has tapes of both shows and says it is from the afternoon show. This is supported by Michael Krogsgaard in "Master of the Tracks", who attributes R-0064 - R-0067 to the afternoon show.

R-0064 and R-0066 are now part of the 42 rarities included for download with the Aug 2006 Apple iTunes Bob Dylan Collection, see Online Performances (Other).

Thanks to Harold Lepidus for information in Dec 2013 that Bill Pagel of Boblinks fame is working with Nora Guthrie, daughter of Woody, and Bear Family Records to release all three of the 1968 and 1970 shows of the Tribute To Woody Guthrie in full. Bob appeared with The Band at Carnegie Hall, New York, Jan 1968, for three songs, I Ain't Got No Home, Dear Mrs. Roosevelt and The Grand Coulee Dam, and also participated in the ensemble finale songs This Land Is Your Land from the matinee and This Train Is Bound For Glory from the evening show. There was also a show at the Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA, in 1970, but Bob did not participate. Highlights from these three shows were released in 1972 on Columbia (Part One with the three afternoon show performances from Bob and The Band but only a truncated This Train Is Bound For Glory) and Warner Bros (Part Two with This Land Is Your Land), with songs from the three shows spread over both releases out of performance order. As these releases are unsatisfactory and omit Bob and The Band's 1968 evening performances a new complete release of the shows is well overdue.

Columbia KC 31171 (USA):


Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - front with timing strip, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo copy)
As in other countries except Australia, this release has a gatefold sleeve, while the record comes in an inner sleeve with 18 pictures from the concerts. The beautiful fold-out 36" x 24" poster was included only with the earliest US and Canadian copies of both releases, Columbia KC 31171 (Part One) and Warner Bros K46144 9 (Part Two).
Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - outside of gatefold sleeve with timing strip, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo copy)


Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (commercial copy)


Columbia KC 31171 (USA)/Warner Bros K46144 9 (USA) - poster scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - detail of outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - detail of rear of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara ("Columbia Records", compare with UK release below)


Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - detail of rear of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara ("BMI", compare with UK release below)


Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - inner sleeve front scan by Manuel García Jara
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Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - detail of inner sleeve front, - scan by Manuel García Jara (Bob with Pete Seeger, Judy Collins and Arlo Guthrie)

Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - inner sleeve rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0067 and R-0064)


Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0065 and R-0066)


Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - detail of Part One rear of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

The promo copy shown has a timing strip on the front of the sleeve but the records have regular commercial Columbia labels (Columbia had at this time discontinued using white promo labels, although they resumed them again in the mid 1970s). Two credits details of the rear sleeve are shown for comparison with the UK and other releases: Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger appear through the courtesy of Columbia Records, and the songs by Woody Guthrie are "BMI except where listed".

Columbia KC 31171 (Canada):


Columbia KC 31171 (Canada) - front of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara
The Canadian release of this charity album has the same catalogue number as the US release and has an identical inner sleeve and poster.
Columbia KC 31171 (Canada) - outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia KC 31171 (Canada) - inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia KC 31171 (Canada) - detail of front of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia KC 31171 (Canada) - detail of spine, scan by Manuel García Jara ("LITHO IN CANADA")

Columbia KC 31171 (Canada) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0067 and R-0064)

Columbia KC 31171 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0065 and R-0066)

Columbia KC 31171 (Canada) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia KC 31171 (Canada) - detail of rear of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

There are, however, several differences from the US release:

CBS 64861 (UK):


CBS 64861 (UK) - front of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara
The UK CBS release also comes in a gatefold sleeve with a picture inner sleeve, printed in England by Shorewood Packaging Co. Ltd. The same two credits details of the rear sleeve are shown for comparison with the US release: here Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger appear through the courtesy of CBS Records, and the BMI credit for the songs by Woody Guthrie is missing. The record has orange CBS labels.

A CBS UK 1974-75 Catalogue owned by Ronald Born lists the LP release, CBS 64861, but not a cassette or 8-track release, so these may not have existed.


CBS 64861 (UK) - detail of front of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 64861 (UK) - outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 64861 (UK) - inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 64861 (UK) - detail of rear of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara ("CBS Records", compare with US release above)

CBS 64861 (UK) - detail of rear of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara ("BMI" missing, compare with US release above)

CBS 64861 (UK) - front of inner sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 64861 (UK) - rear of inner sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 64861 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0067 and R-0064)

CBS 64861 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 64861 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0065 and R-0066)


CBS 64861 (UK) - detail of rear of Pgatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 64861 (NL):


CBS S 64861 (NL) - front of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara
This album was also released with a gatefold sleeve and an inner sleeve with pictures of the artists. The sleeve was printed in Holland and the outside is laminated. The front has a similar but different logo from that of the UK release, with "S 64861" instead of just "64861". There is also a small "B" in a white circle at top right of the rear sleeve. Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger appear through the courtesy of CBS Records, but unlike the UK sleeve, the rear still has the text "All songs by WOODY GUTHRIE are BMI except where noted". The copyright text at the bottom of the rear sleeve is also different from that of the UK release. The record was made in Holland and has orange CBS labels with the Dutch "STEMRA" logo. Curiously, the label designs of Side 1 and Side 2 are different: Side 1 has the tracklist in continuous text, but on Side 2 the tracks have separate lines. Copies with other label variants may exist.

CBS S 64861 (NL) - detail of outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 64861 (NL) - outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 64861 (NL) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0067 and R-0064)

CBS S 64861 (NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 64861 (NL) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0065 and R-0066)


CBS S 64861 (NL) - detail of outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 64861 (Spain):


CBS S 64861 (Spain) -  front scan by Manuel García Jara
The Spanish Part One release was made by CIA Gramófono-Odeón SAE (who also made the Spanish 1971-72 George Jackson singles, see here) for CBS Spain and printed by Offset ALG. It has a gatefold sleeve with notes in Spanish written by Diego Manrique. There is also a card inner sleeve with 18 pictures taken from the concert. The record has orange CBS labels.

The two credits details of the Spanish rear sleeve are the same as for the US release: Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger appear through the courtesy of Columbia Records, and the songs by Woody Guthrie are "BMI except where listed".


CBS S 64861 (Spain) - detail of  front, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 64861 (Spain) - detail of  rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 64861 (Spain) - outside of  gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 64861 (Spain) - inside of  gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 64861 (Spain) -  inner sleeve front scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 64861 (Spain) - detail of  inner sleeve front, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 64861 (Spain) -  inner sleeve rear scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 64861 (Spain) -  Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 64861 (Spain) - detail of  Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 64861 (Spain) -  Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 64861 (Spain) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan), early 1974, re-released late 1974/1975:


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) -  front with obi, scan by Wil Gielen (early 1974 release)
CBS/Sony in Japan released Part One twice, first in early 1974 with a red obi with price ¥2,000 and secondly in late 1974/early 1975 with a silver obi with price ¥2,200. Both releases have a card picture inner sleeve and a four-page insert in English and Japanese. The promo copy shown is from early 1974 and has black/white CBS/Sony promo labels, the commercial copy shown is the second release and has orange/cream CBS/Sony labels (the first release commercial labels are the same).

The two credits details of the Japanese rear sleeve are the same as for the US release: Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger appear through the courtesy of Columbia Records, and the songs by Woody Guthrie are "BMI except where listed".


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) -  front with obi, scan by Wil Gielen (late 1974/early 1975 release)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) -  rear scan by Wil Gielen (early 1974 release)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - inner sleeve front scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - inner sleeve rear scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - detail of front of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) -  front and rear of obi, scan by Manuel García Jara (early 1974 release, price ¥2,000)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - outside of insert, scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - inside of insert, scan by Manuel García Jara (both releases)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - detail of rear of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (early 1984 release - late 1974/early 1975 release has ¥2,200)

CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Wil Gielen (promo copy)

CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - Side 2 scan by Wil Gielen (promo copy)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Wil Gielen (commercial copy)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - Side 2 scan by Wil Gielen (commercial copy)


CBS/Sony SOPL 29 (Japan) - detail of outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS SBP 234096 (Australia):


CBS SBP 234096 (Australia) -  front scan by Manuel García Jara
This Australian release comes in a single sleeve, laminated on the front only. There is also no picture inner sleeve or inserts. The record has orange CBS labels.

The two credits details of the Australian rear sleeve mix those of the US and UK releases: Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger appear through the courtesy of Columbia Records, but the BMI credit for the songs by Woody Guthrie is missing!


CBS SBP 234096 (Australia) - detail of  front, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS SBP 234096 (Australia) -  rear scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS SBP 234096 (Australia) - detail of  rear, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS SBP 234096 (Australia) -  Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS SBP 234096 (Australia) - detail of  Side 2, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS SBP 234096 (Australia) -  Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS ASF 1680 (South Africa):


CBS ASF 1680 (South Africa) -  front scan by Sabine Muller

Thanks to Fred and Sabine Muller for scans of the South African release, CBS ASF 1680, which came in a gatefold sleeve. The record also has orange CBS labels. "Columbia" has been covered by a sticker with "CBS" on the inner sleeve text.

The two credits details of the South African rear sleeve mix those of the US and UK releases, but the opposite way round from those of the Australian sleeve: Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger appear through the courtesy of CBS Records, but the BMI credit for the songs by Woody Guthrie is still present!


CBS ASF 1680 (South Africa) - detail of  front, scan by Sabine Muller


CBS ASF 1680 (South Africa) -  rear scan by Sabine Muller

CBS ASF 1680 (South Africa) - detail of  rear, scan by Sabine Muller

CBS ASF 1680 (South Africa) -  inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Sabine Muller

CBS ASF 1680 (South Africa) - detail of  inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Sabine Muller ("CBS" sticker over "Columbia")


CBS ASF 1680 (South Africa) -  Side 1 scan by Fred Muller


CBS ASF 1680 (South Africa) -  Side 2 scan by Fred Muller

CBS 64861 (Israel):


CBS 64861 (Israel) - front scan by Manuel García Jara
Like the Australian release, the rare Israeli release of this charity album has a single, not a gatefold sleeve, and does not include an insert with pictures. The sleeve is laminated on the front only. It has the same front as the UK release with an identical CBS logo, but the rear sleeve is unique to Israel: it has no photo, but include the liner notes that other albums have on the inner gatefold, the tracklist and credits. The rear sleeve has two white folded-over flaps. This must be an error because the usual text "Manufactured and distributed in Israel..." may be hidden by the bottom white flap.  Bob Dylan appears through the courtesy of CBS Records, and the BMI credit for the songs by Woody Guthrie is again missing. The record was made in Israel and has orange CBS labels.
CBS 64861 (Israel) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 64861 (Israel) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 64861 (Israel) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara ("BMI" missing)

CBS 64861 (Israel) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara ("CBS Records")

CBS 64861 (Israel) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 64861 (Israel) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 64861 (Israel) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS 64861 (Israel) - detail of rear and spine, scan by Manuel García Jara

Thanks to Alan Hoaksey, Peter Gilmer, David Burgess, Manuel García Jara, Wil Gielen and Fred and Sabine Muller for information and scans.


A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part Two


Various Artists - "A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part Two" - stereo vinyl releases, Warner Bros (various catalogue numbers) (Worldwide), Apr 1972:

Part Two contains:

R-0068 This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie) - Odetta and Arlo Guthrie with ensemble including Bob and The Band, afternoon show

Warner Bros K46144 (USA):

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Warner Bros K46144
(USA) - front scan by David Burgess


Warner Bros K46144 (USA) - detail of front, scan by David Burgess

Marjorie Guthrie from the inner sleeve front of Part One - scan by Manuel García Jara

CCID letter from Marjorie Guthrie from Apr 1970, page 1 - scan by Manuel García Jara

CCID letter from Marjorie Guthrie from Apr 1970, page 2 - scan by Manuel García Jara


CCID letter from Marjorie Guthrie from Apr 1970, page 3 - scan by Manuel García Jara

More scans of the US Part Two release required!

The three page letter with CCHD logo (Committee to Combat Huntington's Disease) is dated April 1970 and it is signed by Marjorie Guthrie, Woody's wife. She talks about the foundation of CCHD and about the next concert at the Hollywood Bowl. These were concerts to benefit CCHD and these releases were charity albums, released not long after the other great charity album of 1972, The Concert For Bangladesh. They were released with the help of two of the most important record labels, Columbia and Warner Bros. For this reason, each album has an advertisement for the other release on the rear of the outer gatefold sleeve. Also, the shared poster (see above) has both logos, Columbia and Warner Bros.

Warner Bros CWM 2586 (USA) - cassette release:


Warner Bros CWM 2586 (USA) - outside of cassette insert, scan by Manuel García Jara (reverse is blank)
This release has a light grey cassette with black text, there are no paper labels. The catalogue number "CWM 2586" is also printed on the top of the cassette.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Warner Bros CWM 2586 (USA) - cassette Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara

Warner Bros CWM 2586 (USA) - cassette Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara


Warner Bros CWM 2586 (USA) - top of cassette, scan by Manuel García Jara (reverse is blank)

Warner Bros K 46144 (UK):


Warner Bros K 46144 (UK) - front of gatefold sleeve, photocopy by Paul Shenton
This UK release comes in a gatefold sleeve with the same inner sleeve as the Part One releases above, plus a picture inner sleeve. "Columbia" has been changed to "CBS" on the rear of the sleeve, but not on the inside.


Warner Bros K 46144 (UK) - detail of front of gatefold sleeve, photocopy by Paul Shenton


Warner Bros K 46144 (UK) - detail of front of gatefold sleeve, photocopy by Paul Shenton


Warner Bros K 46144 (UK) - detail of rear of gatefold sleeve, photocopy by Paul Shenton ("PART ONE is available on CBS")

Warner Bros K 46144 (UK) - detail of inside of gatefold sleeve, photocopy by Paul Shenton (Part One is being issued by Columbia Records")


Warner Bros K 46144 (UK) - inside of gatefold sleeve, photocopy by Paul Shenton


Warner Bros K 46144 (UK) - detail of rear of gatefold sleeve, photocopy by Paul Shenton


Warner Bros K 46144 (UK) - front of inner sleeve, photocopy by Paul Shenton

Warner Bros K 46144 (UK) - detail of front of inner sleeve, photocopy by Paul Shenton (Marjorie Guthrie with Earl Robinson)

Warner Bros K 46144 (UK) - rear of inner sleeve, photocopy by Paul Shenton

Warner Bros K 46144 (UK) - detail of rear of inner sleeve, photocopy by Paul Shenton

Warner Bros K 46114 (UK) - Side 1 photocopy by Paul Shenton (no Dylan)

Warner Bros K 46114 (UK) - Side 2 photocopy by Paul Shenton (includes R-0068)

The sleeve was printed in England by Shorewood Packaging Co. Ltd. The record has green Warner Bros labels.

Warner Bros 46 114 (France):


Warner Bros 46 114 (France) - front photo by Jean-Pierre Mercier
This French release comes in a gatefold sleeve with the same inner sleeve as the Part One releases above, plus a picture inner sleeve. The record has orange Warner Bros labels.


Warner Bros 46 114 (France) - detail of front, photo by Jean-Pierre Mercier


Warner Bros 46 114 (France) - rear photo by Jean-Pierre Mercier

Warner Bros 46 114 (France) - detail of rear, photo by Jean-Pierre Mercier

Warner Bros 46 114 (France) - inner sleeve front photo by Jean-Pierre Mercier

Warner Bros 46 114 (France) - inner sleeve rear photo by Jean-Pierre Mercier

Warner Bros 46 114 (France) - Side 1 photo by Jean-Pierre Mercier (no Dylan)

Warner Bros 46 114 (France) - detail of Side 1, photo by Jean-Pierre Mercier

Warner Bros 46 114 (France) - Side 2 photo by Jean-Pierre Mercier (includes R-0068)


Warner Bros 46 114 (France) - detail of rear, photo by Jean-Pierre Mercier

Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan):


Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo and commercial releases)

The Japanese Part Two release has a gatefold sleeve with the Warner logo at bottom front and price (¥2000 on the rear. The inside gatefold is identical to that of the CBS release but it has the catalogue number printed at top right. The obi is golden with black and white text on front, but rear is white with Warner Bros information. There is a 12" 6-page insert with lyrics and information. - The inner sleeve is identical to that of other worldwide Warner releases, different from the inner sleeve of Part One with different artists. The record shown is a promo and has blue Warner Bros promo labels.


Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo and commercial releases)


Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - Part Two front and rear of obi, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo and commercial releases)


Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - detail of inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo and commercial releases)

Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - detail of outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo and commercial releases)

Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo and commercial releases)

Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - inner sleeve front scan by Manuel García Jara (promo and commercial releases)

Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - outside of insert, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo and commercial releases)

Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - inner sleeve rear scan by Manuel García Jara (promo and commercial releases)

Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (promo release - no Dylan)

Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (promo release - includes R-0068)

Warner Bros WBS 2586 (New Zealand):


Warner Bros WBS 2586 (New Zealand) - front scan by Sabine Muller

The New Zealand release was made in New Zealand for Warner Bros Records by His Master's Voice (N.Z.) Ltd., part of EMI.


Warner Bros WBS 2586 (New Zealand) - detail of front, scan by Sabine Muller


Warner Bros WBS 2586 (New Zealand) - rear scan by Sabine Muller


Warner Bros WBS 2586 (New Zealand) - detail of rear, scan by Sabine Muller


Warner Bros WBS 2586 (New Zealand) - Side 1 scan by Fred Muller (no Dylan)


Warner Bros WBS 2586 (New Zealand) - detail of rear, scan by Sabine Muller

Warner Bros WBS 2586 (New Zealand) - detail of Side 1, scan by Fred Muller

Warner Bros WBS 2586 (New Zealand) - Side 2 scan by Fred Muller (includes R-0068)

Thanks to David Burgess, Jean-Pierre Mercier, Manuel García Jara, Fred and Sabine Muller and Paul Shenton for information and pictures.


A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Highlights


Various Artists - "A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Highlights" - stereo vinyl release, Warner Bros W 66051 (USA), 1972:


Warner Bros W 66051 (USA) - Highlights front scan by Wim van der Mark

The Highlights album contained R-0064 to R-0066 only. More scans required!

Thanks to Wim van der Mark for information and scan.


A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Parts One and Two


Various Artists - "A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Parts One & Two", promotional 2LP set, CBS SOPL-29/Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan), 1974:

These records were separately released by two different companies, but this extremely rare release is the only one with the two albums in a same set. It is a promotional only set, and it was never commercially released at that time (a 2LP set was released by Warner Bros in the USA in 1976).


CBS SOPL-29/Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - outside of folder with albums and promo letters, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS SOPL-29/Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - inside of folder with albums and promo letters, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS SOPL-29 (Japan) - front of Part One promo letter, scan by Manuel García Jara


Warner-Pioneer P-8202W (Japan) - front of Part Two promo letter, scan by Manuel García Jara

This promo 2LP set includes a folder with two flaps on the inside to hold the albums, the two volumes of the Tribute to Woody Guthrie and two promotional sheets. The folder is black, made of good textured paper. The outside of this folder has titles of both volumes and companies logos in silver text and in relief; there is on the inside two flaps, again with titles and logos. There are two separate A-4 promo sheetswithe typed Japanese text and they are different: there is one for CBS (two pages) and another for Warner (three pages).

The first volume, A Tribute To Woody Guthrie, Part One (CBS/Sony SOPL-29), is identical to the promo copy shown above, including the obi, the picture inner sleeve, the 12" 4-page insert and a record with promo white and black CBS/Sony labels.

The second volume, A Tribute To Woody Guthrie, Part Two (Warner-Pioneer P-8202W), is identical to the promo copy shown above, including the obi, the picture inner sleeve, the 12" 6-page insert and a record with promo blue Warner Bros labels.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Various Artists - "A Tribute To Woody Guthrie" - 2LP test pressing and commercial release, LP: Warner Bros 2W 3007 (USA/Australia), 10 Dec 1976 (test pressing 4 Nov 1976):
(Alan Hoaksey gives the LP catalogue number as ZW 3447) This 2LP set contains R-0064 - R-0068 recorded live with The Band, Carnegie Hall, New York, 20 Jan 1968 (afternoon and evening shows) at a concert to benefit the US Committee to Combat Huntington's Disease . The 1972 Columbia/Warner Bros releases were on two separate albums, this Warner Bros release is a double album in a gatefold sleeve.

2LP releases (1976):

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Warner Bros 2W 3007 (USA) - front scan by Peter Gilmer (1976 2LP release)


Warner Bros 2LP test pressing, sleeve picture from eBay (close-up)


Warner Bros 2LP test pressing, sleeve picture from eBay (close-up)

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Warner Bros 2W 3007 (USA) - rear scan by Olav Langum (1976 2LP release)


Warner Bros 2W 3007 (Australia) - front scan by Stuart Moore (1976 2LP release)


Warner Bros 2W 3007 (Australia) - inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Stuart Moore (1976 2LP release)


Warner Bros 2W 3007 (Australia) - rear scan by Stuart Moore (1976 2LP release)


Warner Bros 2LP test pressing, sleeve picture from eBay


Warner Bros 2LP test pressing, label picture from eBay


Warner Bros 2W 3007 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Stuart Moore (1976 2LP release - includes R-0067 and R-0064)


Warner Bros 2W 3007 (Australia) - detail of Side 1, scan by Stuart Moore (1976 2LP release)


Warner Bros 2W 3007 (Australia) - Side 2 scan by Stuart Moore (1976 2LP release - includes R-0065 and R-0066)

Warner Bros 2W 3007 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Stuart Moore (1976 2LP release - no Dylan)

Warner Bros 2W 3007 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Stuart Moore (1976 2LP release - includes R-0068)

Thanks to Peter Gilmer, Olav Langum and Stuart Moore for scans. Thanks to Tim Dunn for alerting me to the 2LP test pressing on eBay. This came in plain white sleeves with white labels, and is dated 4 Nov 1976. The Australian release was manufactured in Australia by WEA Records Pty. Limited.


Various Artist Vinyl Releases with Woody Tribute Tracks (1972)

These vinyl releases contain R-0064 I Ain't Got No Home or R-0066 The Grand Coulee Dam from the Columbia/CBS release A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One.


Various Artists - "Playback" - 7" stereo EP, Columbia AS 31 (USA), 1972:


Columbia AS 31 (USA) - front of booklet, scan by Hans Seegers

This stereo EP is available in two sleeve variations, one has seven occurrences of "Playback" on both sides, the other has only six on the reverse. It  came with a four page insert, a 16-page booklet, a feedback form and a pre-paid envelope to send the form back to Columbia.


Columbia AS 31 (USA) - detail of front of booklet, scan by Hans Seegers


Columbia AS 31 (USA) - feedback form, scan by Hans Seegers

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Columbia AS 31 (USA) - outside of insert, scan by Hans Seegers

Columbia AS 31 (USA) - "Playback" front sleeve scan by Manuel García Jara

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Columbia AS 31 (USA) - "Playback" rear sleeve scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia AS 31 (USA) - inside page of booklet with Bob, scan by Hans Seegers

Columbia AS 31 (USA) - inside page of booklet with Bob, scan by Hans Seegers

Columbia AS 31 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

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Columbia AS 31 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Hans Seegers (includes R-0064)


Columbia AS 31 (USA) - "Playback" subscription form, scan by Hans Seegers


Columbia AS 31 (USA) - feedback envelope, scan by Hans Seegers

Hans Seegers says "In the early 1970s Columbia set up an experimental programme called 'Playback'. For the first time in their recording history they were going to ask their consumers to help them select what sounds and which records were worth pursuing and promoting. For $3.00 consumers could join this programme and would receive at least ten 7-inch, 33 rpm samplers a year containing unreleased or just-released songs. After listening to each sampler they were to let Columbia know what music turned them on or off. The samplers came together with newsletters featuring articles written by and about producers and recording artists. Only one EP containing a track by Bob Dylan was released in this series and came with the 'Playback' standard sleeve."

R-0064-2 I Ain't Got No Home - Recorded live with The Band at the Tribute to Woody Guthrie, Carnegie Hall, New York, 20 Jan 1968 (afternoon show), from the Tribute to Woody Guthrie Part 1 album (see above)
This performance also appears on the Japanese Mr. D's Collection #3 promo CD (see 1993) and the Capitol/EMI boxed set The Band: A Musical History (see 2005).

The other artists are Sweathog, The Free Movement and Edgar Winter's White Trash.

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


Various Artists - "The Music People" - 3LP set, Columbia C3X 31280 (USA), 1972:


Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - front scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - detail of inside, scan by Manuel García Jara (inside of Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada), CBS S 66315 (UK) and CBS S 66308 (NL) are the same)

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1, no Dylan)
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UK 7" single sleeve - scan by Hans Seegers

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - outside of unfolded three panel gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - inside of unfolded three panel gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1, compare with variant 2 below)


Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1, includes R-0066)


Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 3 scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1, no Dylan)

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 4 scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1, no Dylan)

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 5 scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1, no Dylan)

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 6 scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1, no Dylan)

R-0066-2 The Grand Coulee Dam (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band, Woody Guthrie Tribute, Carnegie Hall, New York, 20 Jan 1968
From the Columbia live album A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One, see above. Now also available on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances, see 2001.

"The Music People" was the Columbia/CBS slogan at the time, as seen on the UK 7" single sleeve shown top right and the UK inner sleeve below. This 40 track 3LP set comes in a triple gatefold sleeve. Bob's contribution is track 1 on Side 2. The records have red Columbia labels.


Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - outside of unfolded three panel gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (same as above)


Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - inside of unfolded three panel gatefold sleeve with library card pocket, scan by Manuel García Jara (otherwise same as above)


Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - inner sleeve front scan by Manuel García Jara (same for all three records)

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - detail of inner sleeve front, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - inner sleeve rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - library card 1 scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - library card 2 scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - library card 3 scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - detail of inner sleeve rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 1 with stickers, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2, no Dylan)

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - library card pocket on inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2, compare with variant 1 below)

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2, includes R-0066)

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 3 with stickers, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2, no Dylan)

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 4 scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2, no Dylan)

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 5 with stickers, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2, no Dylan)

Columbia C3X 31280 (USA) - Side 6 scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2, no Dylan)

This second copy once belonged to the Hudson High School (which Hudson High School I do not know). There is an envelope with three library cards on the inside of the gatefold sleeve. Apart from these details, the artwork is identical to the copy above. This copy still has the original inner sleeves, dated 1972; as well as some stamped text of the Hudson High School Media Center and some information about Bob Johnston as producer of one of the bands, there is an interesting subscription form with information about the brand new "Playback" series of Columbia Record Club: the Dylan track included in this compilation was also included in an EP of the Playback series, released also in 1972 (see above). The most important difference from the other copy shown is the record labels: they are very different in style. The record labels have shaped white "Hudson High School Media Center" labels plus a square label with library catalogue numbers on Sides 1, 3 and 5.

These compilations were released in USA, Canada, UK, Holland, Yugoslavia, Denmark and in Spain, and are similar but not identical. There were several variations of title, catalogue number, sleeves, number of records and even in the tracklist.

4 DIFFERENT TITLES: The Music People (USA, Canada and UK); Welcome The Rock People (Holland & Yugoslavia); The Music People Vols. 1, 2 & 3 (Denmark) and The Music People 1970-1973 (Spain)

6 DIFFERENT CATALOGUE NUMBERS: Columbia C3X 31280 (USA & Canada); CBS 66315 (UK); CBS S 66308 (Holland) CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia); CBSMF 1/2/3 (Denmark) and without reference in Spain.

4 DIFFERENT FRONTS: The "clouds in the sky" design (USA, Canada & UK); "lips and tongue" design (Holland & Yugoslavia); Danish and Spanish versions have exclusive and different designs of front.

3 DIFFERENT SLEEVES: Tri-fold sleeve (USA, Canada, UK & Holland); gatefold sleeve (Yugoslavia & Spain) and single sleeve (Denmark)

3 DIFFERENT NUMBER OF RECORDS: 3LP set in all countries, except in Denmark, released as three separate volumes, and in Spain, as a single and promo only album.

4 DIFFERENT TRACKLISTS: The purpose of this album was to include international artists, repeated in all releases, and other artists (mostly local artists), only included in some compilations. The Spanish tracklist (a single album) obviously is different: 12 tracks, six international and six Spanish artists. It doesn't includes Dylan,. The other compilations have 40 tracks by 40 artists (28 of them are in all releases) and all these albums include The Grand Coulee Dam by Bob Dylan with The Band, taken from the album Tribute To Woody Guthrie (1972). There are three different tracklists with this Dylan rarity: the US tracklist (released in USA and Canada), the Dutch tracklist (released in Holland/West Germany, Yugoslavia and Denmark) and the UK tracklist (exclusive for the UK).

Thanks to the late Wim van der Mark and Hans Seegers for information and to Manuel García Jara  for further information and scans.


Various Artists - "The Music People Volumes I and II" - two cassette set, Columbia CTX 31280/CT 31294-5 (USA), 1972:


Columbia CTX 31280/CT 31294-5 (USA) - outside of cassette 1 insert, scan by Manuel García Jara (inside is blank)
This release comes as two separate cassettes titled Volume I and Volume II with minimal artwork. The insides of the cassette inserts are blank. There are white labels on the ends of the cassette cases with the album details. R-0066 is track 1 on Side 2 of cassette 1.

The cassettes are individually numbered "CT 31294" and "CT 31295" and are light grey with black text printed directly on to them, there are no paper labels. Each cassette has the catalogue number stamped on the top.


Columbia CT 31294 (USA) - cassette 1 Side 1 (Side 1), scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

Columbia CT 31294 (USA) - cassette 1 Side 2 (Side 2), scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0066)

Columbia CTX 31280/CT 31294-5 (USA) - outside of cassette 2 insert, scan by Manuel García Jara (inside is blank)


Columbia CTX 31280/CT 31294-5 (USA) - ends of cassette cases, scan by Manuel García Jara (inside is blank)


Columbia CT 31295 (USA) - cassette 2 Side 1 (Side 3), scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

Columbia CT 31295 (USA) - cassette 2 Side 2 (Side 4), scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)


Columbia CT 31294-5 (USA) - tops of cassettes 1 and 2, scan by Manuel García Jara

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Various Artists - "The Music People" - 3LP set, Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada), 1972:


Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - front scan by Manuel García Jara
The Canadian release has the same tracklist as the US release. The artwork is virtually identical, except two details: the spine has "LITHO IN CANADA" printed vertically; some US information has been deleted at bottom centre of the rear sleeve; but the rest of the information has not been aligned. The record labels are very different: they still have the "360 SOUND STEREO" design, used in Canada until 1972.
Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - detail of spine of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara ("LITHO IN CANADA")

Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - detail of rear of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - outside of unfolded gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - inside of unfolded gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0066)

Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - Side 3 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - Side 4 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - Side 5 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

Columbia C3X 31280 (Canada) - Side 6 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Various Artists - "The Music People" - 3LP set, CBS S 66315 (UK), 1972:


CBS S 66315 (UK) - front scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 66315 (UK) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 66315 (UK) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 66315 (UK) - inner sleeve front scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 66315 (UK) - inner sleeve rear scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 66315 (UK) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBS S 66315 (UK) - outside of unfolded gatefold sleeve,  scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 66315 (UK) - inside of unfolded gatefold sleeve,  scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 66315 (UK) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 66315 (UK) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0066)

CBS S 66315 (UK) - Side 3 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBS S 66315 (UK) - Side 4 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBS S 66315 (UK) - Side 5 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBS S 66315 (UK) - Side 6 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

The UK release has a tri-fold sleeve. The front and rear of the sleeve have the US "clouds in the sky" design. The front has the title in white but, unlike the US version, the artist list is in black; the rear has the title in white and tracklist in black. Like the US release, this sleeve has four grey panels with information about the tracklist. The UK release has exclusive "The Music People" green inner sleeves. The records have orange CBS labels.

The tracklist has: 28 artists included in all compilations: there are four exclusive artists (Arrival, Al Stewart, Lesley Duncan and Jonathan Swift); three artists included here and on the US release, but not on the Dutch tracklist (Jake Holmes, Jimmie Spheeris and Wayne Cochran); five artists included here and on the Dutch release, but not on the US tracklist (Niemen; Fishbaugh, Fishbaugh and Zorn; Home, Argent and Titanic) However, the track performed by Argent is Hold Your Head Up in the UK release and Closer To Heaven in the Dutch album; also the track by Titanic is different: Underbird (UK) but Hanging Over in the Dutch compilation.

Thanks to the late Wim van der Mark for information and Manuel García Jara for further information and scans.


Various Artists - "The Music People 1970-1973" - promo stereo vinyl LP, CBS (no catalogue number) (Spain), 1972:


Front scan by Manuel García Jara
This is the Spanish version of the compilation The Music People, released in several countries in 1972. The Grand Coulee Dam is not included here, so it's listed only for completion; this Spanish album was released as a promo single LP only. It has a gatefold sleeve without text that looks like it has a cut-out centre, but it's printed, part of the artwork.


Outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

Detail of inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara

Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

The most noticeable feature is the text printed on the inner gatefold; it says in big letters that this album was published to celebrate two facts: the third anniversary of CBS in Spain and the opening of the pressing plant of CBS in Alcorcón, near to Madrid; this pressing plant was at the time the most advanced pressing plant of CBS in Europe with a capacity of 6 million records per year. This pressing plant was opened by Peter de Rougemont (CBS International vice president in charge of European operations) and Max Wyngaard (director for Spain, Switzerland and Austria). Peter de Rougemont says in this text that the Spanish pressing plant has capacity for Spain and for export records to Europe "quickly and made of high quality". After of this date several records came to Holland with "MADE IN SPAIN" on the labels, with the same typeface as the Spanish record labels but with the "STEMRA" (Dutch copyright organisation) logo.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Various Artists - "Welcome The Rock People" - 3LP set, CBS S 66308 (NL/West Germany/France), 1972:


CBS S 66308 (NL) - front with violet title text and German sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 66308 (NL) - German sticker scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 66308 (NL) - front with black title text, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 66308 (NL) - detail of outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 66308 (NL) - detail of rear of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 66308 (NL) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBS S 66308 (NL) - outside of unfolded gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 66308 (NL) - outside of unfolded gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS S 66308 (NL) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS S 66308 (NL) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0066)

CBS S 66308 (NL) - Side 3 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBS S 66308 (NL) - Side 4 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBS S 66308 (NL) - Side 5 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)
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CBS S 66308 (NL) - Side 6 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

R-0066-3 The Grand Coulee Dam (Woody Guthrie) - with the Band, Woody Guthrie Tribute, Carnegie Hall, New York, 20 Jan 1968
From the Columbia live album A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One, see above. Now also available on the 2001 Japanese live compilation Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Concert Performances, see 2001.

The Dutch release again has a tri-fold sleeve. The front has a "lips and tongue" design, possibly a parody of the Rolling Stones logo; the rear is white with the tracklist. This sleeve also has four grey panels with information about the tracklist. There are two variants of the front sleeve: one has the title in violet (the most usual); the second variant, the rarest, has the title in black. The Dutch album was also sold in France and in West Germany and has German text on the rear sleeve as well as "NL Printed in Holland". One copy shown was bought in Germany and has a price sticker (DM 25). The records have orange CBS labels.

The tracklist has: 28 artists included in all compilations; two exclusive artists (Cane & Able; Emergency). The Dutch tracklist was used also in the Yugoslav and Danish releases. For other differences between the Dutch and UK/US tracklists, see the entries for these releases above.

Thanks to the late Wim van der Mark for information and Manuel García Jara for further information and scans.


Various Artists - "Welcome The Rock People" - 3LP set, CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia), 1972:


CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (3LP set)


CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - outside of unfolded gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - inside of unfolded gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - front scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (single LP)


CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - detail of inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (includes R-0066)

CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - Side 3 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) -Side 4 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - Side 5 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - Side 6 scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)


CBS/Suzy S 66308 (Yugoslavia) - detail of inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

The Concert For Bangla Desh was the first album with Dylan content released in the former Yugoslavia and this very rare Yugoslav version of Welcome The Rock People was the second (and the first published by CBS itself). It uses the same tracklist, title and front as the Dutch release, although the sleeve was made in Yugoslavia by Suzy Records of Zagreb (now Croatia) and the records were pressed by Helidon of Ljubljana (now Slovenia). This release had a standard folded gatefold sleeve (not tri-fold like other releases). The front is identical to the Dutch album, but the rear is completely different with images of a concert in blue and pink colours. The inside of the gatefold sleeve is also exclusive to this release. The panel on the left has a blue monochrome picture collage and the panel on the right is white with the title, tracklist and copyright text in red. The records have orange CBS labels with the logo of the Yugoslav copyright organisation "SAKOJ". The album title on the record labels is "Welcome To The Rock People".

Dr. Hanns Peter Bushoff has a single LP release with just Record 1 with the title Hard Rock Album 1. The rear sleeve of the album is blank. The record labels are the same as shown. Presumably Records 2 and 3 were also released in this form, but they have no Dylan content.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Dr. Hanns Peter Bushoff for information and scans.


Various Artists - "The Music People Vols. 1-3" - 3LP set, CBS CBSMF 1-3 (Denmark), 1972:


CBSMF 1 (Denmark) - front scan by Manuel García Jara

The very rare Danish edition of this compilation was released in three separate volumes, which may have been sold separately as well as together in a set. The records were made in Holland and are identical to the Dutch ones above. For this reason, this compilation has the Dutch tracklist and the record labels have the Dutch title (Welcome The Rock People) and catalogue number CBS S 66308. The sleeves were made in Denmark and printed by Quick Offset A-S. Surprisingly, these sleeves have a different title and catalogue number from the record labels: The Music People Vol. 1 (CBSMF 1), The Music People Vol. 2 (CBSMF 2) and The Music People Vol. 3 (CBSMF 3). The front picture by well-known Danish artist Peder Bundgaard is identical for the three volumes but the background colour is different: green (Vol. 1), violet (Vol. 2) and orange (Vol. 3). Each rear sleeve has two folded-over flaps and each one has the complete tracklist of the compilation, but the tracklist of each volume is marked with a box of the same colour as the front and with the text "Denne plader indeholder: [This record includes:]". There is more Danish text at the bottom; translated by Google as: "Three records and over two hours of music with the most important artists". The three records come in generic white inner sleeves, each with sticker showing the tracklist of each record and the text "Music Folket" (The Music People) and another photo from Peder Bundgard.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


CBSMF 1 (Denmark) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 1 (Denmark) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 1 (Denmark) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 1 (Denmark) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 1/CBS S 66308 (NL for Denmark) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (Side 1 of set, no Dylan)

CBSMF 1/CBS S 66308 (NL for Denmark) - detail of Side 1, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 1/CBS S 66308 (NL for Denmark) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (Side 2 of set, includes R-0066)

CBSMF 1 (Denmark) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 1 (Denmark) - inner sleeve front with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara


CBSMF 1 (Denmark) - inner sleeve front sticker scan by Manuel García Jara


CBSMF 2 (Denmark) - inner sleeve front with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 3 (Denmark) - inner sleeve front with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 2 (Denmark) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBSMF 2 (Denmark) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 2 (Denmark) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 2 (Denmark) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 2/CBS S 66308 (NL for Denmark) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (Side 3 of set, no Dylan)

CBSMF 2/CBS S 66308 (NL for Denmark) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (Side 4 of set, no Dylan)

CBSMF 3 (Denmark) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

CBSMF 3 (Denmark) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 3 (Denmark) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 3 (Denmark) - detail of rear, scan by Manuel García Jara

CBSMF 3/CBS S 66308 (NL for Denmark) - Side 1 scan by Manuel García Jara (Side 5 of set, no Dylan)

CBSMF 3/CBS S 66308 (NL for Denmark) - Side 2 scan by Manuel García Jara (Side 6 of set, no Dylan)

CD Releases (1989)


Various Artists - "A Tribute To Woody Guthrie" - single CD releases: Warner Brothers 9-26036-2 (USA), 1989; BMG Club D154109 (USA), 1989:
There must be more CD releases than this - scans required!

Warner Brothers 9-26036-2 (USA), 1989:


Warner Brothers 9-26036-2 (USA) - front of the 1989 single CD release (my copy)

The 1989 Warner Bros single CD reissue omits three songs from the double album but the three Dylan/Band songs and ensemble tracks remain. The CD release has a stapled 12-page booklet as the front insert. The text on the rear insert is printed vertically, so it's shown here on its side.

Thanks to Anssi Sallmen for the scan of his CD, which comes in the same packaging as mine. There is one small difference in the bottom text - his CD was manufactured by JVC, whereas my CD was manufactured by WEA. Both CDs were made in the USA but the JVC CD must be the first release. My copy was bought in New York in 1998.


Warner Brothers 9-26036-2 (USA) - front insert booklet unfolded


Warner Brothers 9-26036-2 (USA) - rear insert (on side)


Warner Brothers 9-26036-2 (USA) - CD scan by Anssi Sallmen (first release)


Warner Brothers 9-26036-2 (USA) - detail of CD ("Mfg. by JVC"), scan by Anssi Sallmen (first release)


Warner Brothers 9-26036-2 (USA) - detail of CD ("Mfg. by WEA Manufacturing") (second release)


Warner Brothers 9-26036-2 (USA) - CD (second release) (my copy)

BMG Club D154109 (USA), 1989:


BMG Club D154109 (USA) - front scan by Jack Guerreiro
Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for scans of the BMG Club edition - this has a unique disc with BMG information and catalogue number D 154109, but uses the standard Warner Bros rear insert with a white panel with BMG info replacing the barcode. This CD was also manufactured by WEA.


BMG Club D154109 (USA) - detail of rear with BMG info replacing barcode, scan by Jack Guerreiro


BMG Club D154109 (USA) - rear scan by Jack Guerreiro


BMG Club D154109 (USA) - CD scan by Jack Guerreiro


BMG Club D154109 (USA) - detail of CD ("Made by WEA Mfg."), scan by Jack Guerreiro


BMG Club D154109 (USA) - detail of CD with new catalogue number, scan by Jack Guerreiro


BMG Club D154109 (USA) - detail of CD with BMG info, scan by Jack Guerreiro


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