"Searching For A Gem"

Bob Dylan's Officially Released Rarities and Obscurities

Audio: 1980

All the songs listed in the Official Rarities section are cross-referenced by song title in these alphabetical pages.
A-E F-J K-O P-S T-Z


So You Wanna Go Back To Egypt - 1980 gospel album by Keith Green featuring Bob playing harmonica on Pledge My Head To Heaven (R-0153)

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This yearly page now contains only the main Rarities List! Promotional Items (Albums and Singles) are now here. All Honourable Mentions are now here.

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: 17 January, 2017


Titles in red are not available on a currently released Bob Dylan CD (for these see bobdylan.com )

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"Gotta Serve Somebody"/"Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking" - 7" promo and commercial singles, S CBS 8134 (UK), 18 Jan 1980:


S CBS 8134 (UK) - A-side in generic sleeve, scan by Gerard Germano (promo release)
R-0148-6 Gotta Serve Somebody - edit (3:57)
For other worldwide singles and other releases with this edited version of the 5:23 album track from Slow Train Coming, see 1979.


S CBS 8134 (UK) - A-side scan by Gerard Germano (promo release)


S CBS 8134 (UK) - B-side scan by Gerard Germano (promo release)


S CBS 8134 (UK) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers (commercial release)


S CBS 8134 (UK) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (commercial release)

These singles had no picture sleeve and came in the generic CBS UK sleeve illustrated. The promo single is dated 18 Jan 1980.

I had been previously informed that Gotta Serve Somebody is mistakenly listed as being the 3:57 edited version issued on other worldwide singles, but it is in fact the 5:23 full album version! However, Onno Mastenbroek informs me that his copy of the UK promo release of S CBS 8134 does indeed play the edited version (actually timed at 3:52), so I've added it here.

Thanks to Gerard Germano, Hans Seegers and Onno Mastenbroek for information and scans.


Harry Belafonte - "Reader's Digest Presents Belafonte: 72 Of His Greatest Hits"-  6 stereo vinyl LP boxed set, Reader's Digest 2.787.0 (Belgium), early 1980s:
Any information as to the exact year this collection, which was manufactured by Elpeco for Reader's Digest, was issued will be welcome!


Reader's Digest 2.787.0 (Belgium) - scan by Wim van der Mark

R-0001-5 Midnight Special (Huddie Ledbetter "Lead Belly") - Bob plays harmonica on the title track of Harry Belafonte's 1962 The Midnight Special album (stereo version)

For details of the original album, see 1962.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information.


Harry Belafonte - "K-Tel Presents Belafonte: 20 Original Hits" - compilation LP, K-Tel NA 514 (Australia), 1980:


K-Tel NA 514 (Australia) - front scan by Stuart Moore
R-0001-4 Midnight Special (Huddie Ledbetter "Lead Belly") - Bob plays harmonica on the title track of Harry Belafonte's 1962 The Midnight Special album (stereo version)

For details of the original album, see 1962.

Thanks to Stuart Moore and Hans Seegers for information and scans.


K-Tel NA 514 (Australia) - rear scan by Stuart Moore


K-Tel NA 514 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Stuart Moore


K-Tel NA 514 (Australia) - Side 2 scan by Stuart Moore

Various Artists - "The Pitman Family of Music: Our First 20 Years: CBS Records 1960 - 1980" - promo LP, CBS P 15663 (USA), 1980:

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CBS P 15663 (USA) - front scan from Lars M. Banke

R-0462 The Times They Are A-Changin' - 35 second excerpt (the first verse) used in a special CBS album for internal circulation only (employees of CBS Records and Columbia House), released to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the CBS pressing plant in Pitman, New Jersey.

For the 10th Anniversary record released in 1970, see 1970. For the 30th anniversary CD released in 1990, see 1990.

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CBS P 15663 (USA) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS P 15663 (USA) - booklet scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS P 15663 (USA) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers


CBS P 15663 (USA) - picture disc Side 1 photo from eBay

Thanks to Lars M. Banke for the information. Thanks to Hans Seegers for further scans and the information that Bob's version is followed immediately by the Byrds' version. Thanks to Peter Schoefboeck for information about a picture disc version sold on eBay for $1000! Hans Seegers was concerned it was a fake, but I'm assured by Scott Neumann of Recordweb Communications that both the black vinyl and picture discs were created at the Pitman plant and the copy sold came from a Pitman employee. The record matrix numbers are: Side 1 - AS 15663-1A, Side 2 - BS 15663-1A. On the black version, these are handwritten, but on the picture disc, they're stamped.


"Slow Train"" - promo 7" singles, Columbia 1-11235 (USA), Mar 1980:


Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - front scan by Sam. C. Visser (promo and commercial releases)

R-0456 Slow Train - edited version, 4:15 on both sides (from album version of 5:57)


Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - rear scan by Sam. C. Visser (promo release)


Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - A/B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (R-0456, promo release with white labels, same both sides)


Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - A/B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (R-0456, promo release with white labels dated "Mar 31 1980", same both sides)


Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - A/B-side scan by Ronald Born (R-0456, promo release with commercial labels, same both sides)

Three copies of the promo single are shown - one with white labels but undated, one with white labels dated "Mar 31 1980" and the third with commercial orange labels (same as the A-side of the first commercial release below). All three are the same on both sides. Hans Seegers has a white label promo single dated "Mar 18 1980".

Thanks to Sam C. Visser, Ronald Born and Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


"Slow Train"/"Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)" - commercial 7" singles, Columbia 1-11235 (USA/Canada), Mar 1980:


Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - front scan by Sam. C. Visser (promo and commercial releases)

R-0456-2 Slow Train - edited version, 4:15 on A-side (from album version of 5:57)

The US and Canadian commercial singles had Do Right To Me Baby, Slow Train Coming album version, as the B-side, and also had this edit on the A-side. There were two variants of the text below the centre hole of the A- and B-side labels of the US single - on variant 1 "Taken from the Columbia Lp" is on the third line, on variant 2 "Lp" is on the fourth line.


Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - rear scan by Tom Willems (commercial release, missing promo text above)

Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - A-side scan by Tom Willems (R-0456, commercial release, variant 1)

Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - detail of A-side, scan by Tom Willems (commercial release, variant 1 - "Lp" on third line, B-side is the same)


Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - B-side scan by Tom Willems (commercial release, variants 1 and 2)


Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - A-side scan by Stefan Haras (R-0456, commercial release, variant 2)

Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - detail of A-side, scan by Stefan Haras (commercial release, variant 2 - "Lp" on fourth line, B-side is the same)

Columbia 1-11235 (USA) - B-side scan by Stefan Haras (commercial release, variant 2)

Columbia 1-11235 (Canada) - A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (R-0456)

Columbia 1-11235 (Canada) - B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

The Canadian single was made in Canada and did not have a picture sleeve.

Thanks to Sam C. Visser, Manuel García Jara, Tom Willems and Stefan Haras for information and scans.


"Solid Rock"/"Covenant Woman" - 7" stereo singles, Columbia 1-11318 (USA/Canada), 2 Jun 1980; CBS BA 222711 (New Zealand), 1980:
Only these three singles were released worldwide, and none had picture sleeves. The A-side is the regular album version from Saved.

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Columbia 1-11318 (USA) - demo single A-side scan by Hans Seegers

R-0364    Covenant Woman - edited version (4:35) of album version from Saved (6:03) on B-side of single

The US demonstration single shown has a stamp across the white Columbia logo on the A-side (the B-side is the same as the regular single). The Canadian demonstration single has a rubber stamped date in French of "11 Juil. 1980 [11 Jul 1980]" on the A-side.

For a promo version of the US single with Solid Rock on both sides, see International 7" Singles & EPs 1980-83.

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

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Columbia 1-11318 (USA) - regular single A-side scan by Hans Seegers

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Columbia 1-11318 (USA) - regular single B-side scan by Hans Seegers (R-0364)


Columbia 1-11318 (Canada) - A-side scan by Hans Seegers


Columbia 1-11318 (Canada) - B-side scan by Hans Seegers (R-0364)


Columbia 1-11318 (Canada) - A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (demo copy)

Columbia 1-11318 (Canada) - B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (R-0364, demo copy)

CBS BA 222711 (New Zealand) - A-side scan by Bill Hester

CBS BA 222711 (New Zealand) - B-side scan by Bill Hester (R-0364)

"The Goldmine Acetates" - eight Columbia Recording Studios Reference Recordings from the 1960s offered for sale in "Goldmine" magazine (USA), Jun 1980:
R-0009 and R-0010 are listed in the "'Music Master' Price Guide for Record Collectors" by Nick Hamlyn, published by MBC Information Services, London, and were previously included in
1962. Are these acetates mono or stereo? If mono, all the tracks on them are still rarities and some will need new R-numbers.



1980 "Goldmine" advert scan by Ian Woodward

Acetate 1:

R-0386 Red Wing Reform School [The Walls Of Red Wing] (stereo version) - recorded live, Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963

R-0387 All Over You [If I Had To Do It All Over Again (I'd Do It All Over You)] (stereo version), lyrics on bobdylan.com here - recorded live, Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963

R-0388 Who Killed Davey Moore? (stereo version) - recorded live, Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963
The version on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 is from Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963, and was also on these acetates (see Acetate 4). A mono version of this performance appeared on a UK Emidisc test pressing in 1967, see Questionable Releases.

All three of these performances have now appeared on the Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music Europe 6LP set The 50th Anniversary Collection 1963, see 2013.

Acetate 2:

R-0389 You Gotta Go [If You Gotta Go, Go Now] - live, Philharmonic Hall New York, 31 Oct 1964 (stereo version). This was released in Mar 2004 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Live 1964.

R-0390-2 The Gal I Love [Hero Blues] - out-take from The Times They Are A-Changin', recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 12 Aug 1963 (take 1 or 3), lyrics on bobdylan.com here (mono version)

I originally listed this as a Witmark demo from May 1963, but Roger Ford, who has a copy of the acetate, informs me that it is a version with Bob on piano, one of the two complete takes (takes 1 and 3) recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, on 12 Aug 1963 (CO78980), an out-take from The Times They Are A-Changin'. The Witmark demo version which used to circulate unofficially before the release of The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964 in 2010 has Bob on guitar, as do the out-takes from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, on 6 Dec 1962 (CO77020). This version also appeared on early Columbia acetates of the album, see 1964. It also appeared on eBay on a single track acetate in 2007 titled Hero Blues (that acetate is illustrated here).


No scans yet found for Acetates 1 and 2

Picture of a single track acetate found on eBay by Jean-Pol Hiernaux (not Acetate 2)

The out-takes from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, on 6 Dec 1962, appeared on the very limited Sony Music Europe 4CD-R set The 50th Anniversary Collection, see 2012. Take 3 from 12 Aug 1963 appeared on the equally limited Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music Europe 6LP set The 50th Anniversary Collection 1963, see 2013, and is in fact this version.

Track 3 on Acetate 2 was The Walls Of Red Wing, now released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 (stereo version).

R-0376-2 Seven Curses - live, Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963 (stereo version), from the cancelled 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert, see 1964
Now also released on the Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music Europe 6LP set The 50th Anniversary Collection 1963, see 2013.

Acetate 3:

R-0010 Milk Cow Blues (Robert Johnson - see below) - out-take from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, version 1 (take 3), recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 25 Apr 1962 (CO70100)
Now released on the Sony Music Europe 4CD set The 50th Anniversary Collection, Dec 2012.

R-0391 Milk Cow Blues (Robert Johnson - see below) - out-take from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, version 2 (take 4), recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 25 Apr 1962 (CO70100)
Now released on the Sony Music Europe 4CD set The 50th Anniversary Collection, Dec 2012.

Michael Krogsgaard reports the studio records as listing this song as "Milk Cow Calf's Blues" by Robert Johnson. Michael Gray in "Song & Dance Man III" (Cassell, 1999) says: "When Dylan recorded "Milk Cow Blues" (unreleased) in 1962, he used part of Kokomo Arnold's lyric, part of Presley's, part of Robert Johnson's 1937 "Milk Cow's Calf's Blues" and part of Lead Belly's "Good Morning Blues", shuffling the elements around in the course of two takes." (Gray says earlier that although Elvis Presley's Sun version ("Milkcow Blues Boogie") is credited to Kokomo Arnold, it is completely different from Arnold's song, and seems actually to be the version of "Milk Cow Blues" recorded by Johnny Lee Wills in 1941.) According to Krogsgaard there were actually four takes on 25 Apr 1962, take 1 does not circulate, take 2 was incomplete, and these are takes 3 and 4. Take 1 has now been released on the Sony Music Europe 4CD set The 50th Anniversary Collection, Dec 2012.

R-0392 Wichita Blues (Robert Johnson) - out-take from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, version 1 (take 1), recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 25 Apr 1962 (CO70101)
This is not the same song Bob recorded with Victoria Spivey and Big Joe Williams in March 1962 (R-0006 - see
1964).
R-0392 now released on the Sony Music Europe 4CD set The 50th Anniversary Collection, Dec 2012.

R-0393 Wichita Blues (Robert Johnson) - out-take from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, version 2 (take 2), recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 25 Apr 1962 (CO70101)
Now released on the Sony Music Europe 4CD set The 50th Anniversary Collection, Dec 2012.

Acetate 4: all recorded live, Carnegie Hall, New York, 26 Oct 1963:

Track 1 was Who Killed Davey Moore?, now released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3.

R-0370-2 Lay Down Your Weary Tune - from the cancelled 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert, see 1964

R-0374-2 Turn Turn Turn [Percy's Song] - version with spoken intro, from the cancelled 1964 Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert, see 1964

Both these performances have now appeared on the Columbia/Legacy/Sony Music Europe 6LP set The 50th Anniversary Collection 1963, see 2013, although the spoken intro has been edited out of Percy' Song.

Acetate 5:

R-0394 Phantom Engineer [It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry] - early version of this song, recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 15 Jun 1965 - I had this listed as an alternate take to the one released on The Bootleg Series Vols.1-3, but Bob Stacy informs me they are the same! A definite alternate take was released in Sep 2005 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 7: No Direction Home!

R-0395 Over The Cliff [Sitting On A Barbed Wire Fence]- recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 15 Jun 1965
I originally listed this as an alternate longer take to the one released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 in 1991, but Roger Ford informs me that
this is actually the same take, just a slightly different mix with the piano more upfront, and not faded at the end.

The 1991 released take was Take 3 from 15 Jun 1965. Take 3 together with Takes 1, 2, and 4-6 appear on The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 - Bob Dylan 1965-1966 The Cutting Edge Collector's Edition, Columbia/Legacy (USA), 6 Nov 2015.

R-0396 Freeze Out [Visions of Johanna] - early version of this song, recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 30 Nov-1 Dec 1965.
This is not the take which was released in Sep 2005 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 7: No Direction Home, but it is definitely one of the takes
from the The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 - Bob Dylan 1965-1966 The Cutting Edge Collector's Edition, Columbia/Legacy (USA), 6 Nov 2015. If it's one of the complete takes on the 6CD set, R-0396 will cease to be a rarity.

Acetate 6:

R-0397-R-0399 recorded live, Philharmonic Hall, New York, 31 Oct 1964 (as R-0389). These were released in Mar 2004 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Live 1964.

R-0397 Never Have Met [I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)]

R-0398 Mr. Tambourine Man

R-0399 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall

Acetate 7:

R-0400 Gates of Eden, recorded live, Philharmonic Hall, New York, 31 Oct 1964 (as R-0389). This was also released in Mar 2004 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Live 1964

R-0047 Just A Little Glass Of Water [She's Your Lover Now] - out-take from Blonde On Blonde, recorded Columbia Studios, New York, 21 Jan 1966, a solo piano version, not the version on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3
Take 16 has now been released on The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 (6CD Deluxe Edition) CD5, track 7, and The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 (18 CD Collector's Edition) CD11, track 4. Because the 6CD Deluxe Edition is widely available, R-0047 is no longer a rarity.

Acetate 8:


Hank William's version of Lonesome Whistle (MGM 78 rpm 10" single, USA, 1951)
R-0009 (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle [listed as Lonesome Whistle Blues] (Hank Williams) - out-take from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 25 April 1962 (take 2)
This song was one of those short-listed for The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3!
Also released on the Pacifica Archives CD-R Bob Dylan At WBAI, Mar  2011, and now released on the Sony Music Europe 4CD set The 50th Anniversary Collection, Dec 2012.

R-0220 Mama, You've Been On My Mind duet with Joan Baez, recorded live, Philharmonic Hall, New York, 31 Oct 1964 (as R-0389). Later released in 1993 on the Vanguard Joan Baez CD boxed set Rare Live & Classic, see 1993. This was also released in Mar 2004 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Live 1964.

R-0401 Keep It With Mine - instrumental version of I'll Keep It With Mine, out-take from Blonde On Blonde, recorded Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, 15-16 Feb 1966
(Some say this is actually a different tune - Michael Krogsgaard lists ten takes of it, and describes these tracks as instrumentals played by the studio musicians with Bob probably not present!) This instrumental version turned up in 2005 on the soundtrack of a film called The Wendell Baker Story, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3. Thanks to Fred Muller for reminding me it's also in the 2007 Todd Haynes film I'm Not There, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 4. This version is now on CD13 of the 18CD set The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 (Collector's Edition), Nov
2015.

Thanks to Roger Ford, Bob Stacy and Ian Woodward for information and scan.


Keith Green - "So You Wanna Go Back To Egypt..." - stereo vinyl LP: Pretty Good Records PGR-1 (USA)/Last Day Ministries BIRD 139 (UK), Dec 1980/Sparrow Records PGR1 (Australia) (1980s); CD: Sparrow Records PGD 5431 (USA), 1990:
The album contains a booklet with lyrics of the songs, notes by Keith Green, and a drawing on the back showing the participating musicians including Bob. Hans Seegers says the original 1980 album was never on sale commercially, and could only be obtained by donating at least $25 to Keith Green's Christian mission. Keith Green was killed in an air crash on 28 Jul 1982.

Pretty Good Records PGR-1 (USA), Dec 1980:

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Pretty Good Records PGR-1 (USA) - front (my copy)
R-0153 Pledge My Head To Heaven (Keith Green) - Bob plays harmonica
This original version of R-0153 is included on a Keith Green compilation album for Sparrow Records The Ministry Years Vol. 1: 1977-79 in 1987 and on CD in 1999 (see 1987) and in remastered form on The Ultimate Collection, a different compilation by Keith Green (see 2002).

Pledge My Head To Heaven also appeared in an inferior remixed version on Keith's 1983 album I Only Want To See You There (R-0160, see 1983).


Pretty Good Records PGR-1 (USA) - rear

Pretty Good Records PGR-1 (USA) - detail of rear with credit to Bob


Pretty Good Records PGR-1 (USA) - front of booklet


Pretty Good Records PGR-1 (USA) -rear of booklet with picture of Bob (second from right)


Pretty Good Records PGR-1 (USA) - Side 1 with R-0153


Pretty Good Records PGR-1 (USA) - Side 2 (no Dylan)

Last Day Ministries BIRD 139 (UK), Dec 1980:


Last Day Ministries BIRD 139 (UK) - front scan by Wim van der Mark

Scans required of the UK release, which has completely new artwork!

Pretty Good Records PGR 1/Sparrow Records PGR 1 (Australia), 1980s:


Pretty Good Records PGR 1/Sparrow Records PGR 1 (Australia) - front scan by Stuart Moore (both releases)
Both the Pretty Good Records and Sparrow Records Australian releases with the same artwork as the UK release date from post 1982 because they have a revised insert with a message from Keith's wife Melody relating to the air crash and the death of Keith and two of his children. On the rear sleeve of the Australian Pretty Good Records release (which probably predates the Sparrow Records release) is included in white text "Released and distributed in New Zealand by CONCORDE PRODUCTIONS and Australian Distributor: SPOTLIGHT MUSIC".

Pretty Good Records PGR 1 (Australia) - rear scan by Stuart Moore (first release)

Pretty Good Records PGR 1/Sparrow Records PGR 1 (Australia) - front of insert, scan by Stuart Moore (both releases)

Pretty Good Records PGR 1 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Stuart Moore (first release - includes R-0153)

Pretty Good Records PGR 1 (Australia) - Side 2 scan by Stuart Moore (first release - no Dylan)


Sparrow Records PGR 1 (Australia) - rear scan by Stuart Moore (second release)


Sparrow Records PGR 1 (Australia) - Side 1 scan by Stuart Moore (second release - includes R-0153)

Sparrow Records PGD 5431 (USA), 1990 (CD release):


Sparrow Records PGD 5431 (USA) - front scan by Hans Seegers (CD release)

The So You Wanna Go Back To Egypt... album was released on CD in the USA in 1990 on Sparrow Records, PGD 5431, using the original artwork as a basis for the CD artwork.


Sparrow Records PGD 5431 (USA) - front insert scan by Hans Seegers (CD release)


Sparrow Records PGD 5431 (USA) - rear insert scan by Hans Seegers (CD release)


Sparrow Records PGD 5431 (USA) - CD scan by Hans Seegers

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Stuart Moore for information and scans. Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for further information, including that this album is available for download on iTunes.


Promotional/Regular Items for 1980


Living In Another Country: International Stereo Releases

Stereo promo items for 1980 which don't contain rare material but which are still very collectable are now included with promo releases of regular albums and commercially released singles on the appropriate page in International Stereo Releases. Saved 1980
Saved
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