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This page contains items that aren't eligible for the main Searching For A Gem or International Stereo Releases lists because Bob does not personally perform on them, but are nevertheless of interest to Dylan collectors. This page contains details of covers of Blowin' In The Wind, in some cases with extremely fanciful translations of the title. In countries like France, Germany or Sweden Blowin' In The Wind was always translated, with rare exceptions, as "Écoute Dans Le Vent", "Die Antwort Weiss Ganz Allein Der Wind" or "Vinden Ger Svar". However, in Spanish-speaking countries this song was translated in many different ways. Although the most usual were "La Respuesta Está En El Viento [The Answer Is In The Wind]" or "Soplando En El Viento [Blowing In The Wind]", there were many others, some of them amazing, like "Saber Que Vendrás [To Know He Will Come]", "Saber Que Estárás [To Know You Will Stay]", "Quisiera Saber [I Would Like To Know]", "Solo El Tiempo Puede Contestarnos [Only Time Can Answer Us]" and even "Algo Flota En El Viento [Something Floats In The Wind]"!

Even though there are over 1000 cover versions of this song, I have no details of singles chart success. In the UK Blowin' In The Wind has only entered the singles chart twice, in 1963 for Peter, Paul and Mary (#13) and in 1966 for Stevie Wonder (#36).

For the main Honourable Mentions page, click the "Up" link, Honourable Mentions video items are now here. For details of the false rumour that Blowin' In The Wind was really written by Lorre Wyatt, see 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: 16 March, 2017.


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Because of the great length of the original page, it has been divided in three parts, of which this is Part 2. Parts 1 and 3 are here, along with a page devoted to the large number of releases by Peter, Paul & Mary containing Blowin' In The Wind:


Blowin' In The Wind Covers by Peter, Paul & Mary, Jun 1963 onwards


Blowin' In The Wind Covers 1963-65


Blowin' In The Wind Covers 1970s Onwards


1966


Ghazi Group - "Blowin' In The Wind"/"Galway City" - mono 7" single, 3D Sound 1405 (Ireland), mid-1960s:


3D Sound 1405 (Ireland) - 7" single A-side scan by Ronald Born (with Dylan cover)
This mysterious 7" mono single in a plain white sleeve is undated, but must come from the mid-1960s. It has "NOT FOR RESALE" on both labels, so must be a promo of some kind. The group consists of three men with two guitars and a bass who sing Blowin' In The Wind in a folk style. The B-side is the Dubliners' Spanish Lady with different lyrics. There is no evidence that this single was ever released commercially.

Thanks to Ronald Born for information and scans.


3D Sound 1405 (Ireland) - 7" single B-side scan by Ronald Born (no Dylan)

Mary Camp - "California Boy"/"Die Antwort Weiß Ganz Allein Der Wind [Only The Wind Knows The Answer (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - stereo 7" single, Eurobridge/Teldec 66.11149 (West Germany), 1966(?):


Eurobridge/Teldec 66.11149 (West Germany) - 7" single front scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff
Mary Camp sings the version of Blowin' In The Wind with German lyrics by Hans Bradtke on the B-side. There is no date on the sleeve or labels of this very rare single, but the "66.xxxxx" catalogue number may indicate the year.

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


Eurobridge/Teldec 66.11149 (West Germany) - 7" single B-side scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff

Unidentified Artists - "Song Hits 42"  - mono 7" EP, Song Hits SH-42 (USA), 1966:


Song Hits SH-42 (USA) - 7" mono EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
This mono EP with six songs is one of a series of 69¢ records sold in supermarkets and petrol stations in the USA in the 1960s. None of the artists are identified. Blowin' In The Wind is track 3 on the A-side, performed by a female singer with male harmonies in a style similar to that of Peter, Paul and Mary. The record came in a title-specific sleeve with the tracklist printed on the front, and also in a generic sleeve with a central cut-out.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Song Hits SH-42 (USA) - 7" mono EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Song Hits SH-42 (USA) - 7" mono EP A-side in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Cleo-Mo - "Écoute Dans Le Vent [Listen To The Wind] (Blowin' In The Wind)"/"C'est Un Rêve [It's A Dream]" - mono 7" single, Canusa C-310 (Canada), 1966:


Canusa C-310 (Canada) - 7" mono single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara
Cleo-Mo was a French Canadian duo comprising of Diane Lavoie (Cleo) and Maurice Bélanger (Mo). Their version of Blowin' In The Wind is sung in French as "Écoute Dans Le Vent [Listen To The Wind]" with lyrics by Pierre Dorsey written primarily for Richard Anthony, the most important artist who covered the song in French in 1965.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Canusa C-310 (Canada) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan material)

Canusa C-310 (Canada) - 7" mono single A-side in Canusa sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

The Kingston Trio - "Modern Folk 2"- stereo 7" EP, Capitol SPM-1018 (Japan), 1966:


Capitol SPM-1018 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
This 5-track stereo EP is part of a series of EPs dedicated to different musical genres (Folk, Country & Western, etc.) released by Capitol in Japan in the mid-1960s. The title of this EP is Modern Folk 2 on the front sleeve, Modern Folk Song /2 on the rear sleeve and Modern Folk Song Vol. 2 on the record labels! It has a real bag-type sleeve, not the usual Japanese insert. Unusually for Japanese records, this sleeve opens at the top and it has a tag. The Kingston Trio are not credited on the front, only on the rear and on the record labels.
Capitol SPM-1018 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Capitol SPM-1018 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara


Capitol SPM-1018 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan material)

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Dorinda Duncan - "Dorinda Duncan Chante Bob Dylan [Dorinda Duncan Sings Bob Dylan]"- mono 7" EP, United Artists 36070 (France), 1966:


United Artists 36070 (France) - 7" mono EP front scan by Manuel García Jara

United Artists 36070 (France) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

United Artists 36070 (France) - 7" mono EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (Dylan covers)

United Artists 36070 (France) - 7" mono EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (Dylan covers including Blowin' In The Wind)

United Artists UAL 3436 (USA, 1965) - mono LP front scan by Manuel García Jara

United Artists UAL 3436 (USA, 1965) - mono LP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

This US girl was 20 years old in 1965 when she recorded a full album of twelve beautiful Dylan covers, The Songs Of Bob Dylan Through The Heart Of A Girl. Four of those twelve tracks were released in France in this EP. Her name is misspelled on front as Dorinda "Ducan" but not on the rear sleeve or the record labels. Blowin' In The Wind is track 1 on the B-side of the EP and track 5 on Side 2 of the 1965 LP.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Johnny Black and his Paradiso's - "Blowin' In The Wind"/"My Little Baby"- mono 7" single, Monopole S. 317 (Belgium), 1966:


Monopole S. 317 (Belgium) - 7" mono single front scan by Manuel García Jara
The front sleeve of Manuel's copy of this Belgian single was signed by Johnny Black. Ronald Born's copy has a promo photo glued to the front.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Ronald Born for information and scans.


Monopole S. 317 (Belgium) - 7" mono single front with promo photo, scan by Ronald Born


Monopole S. 317 (Belgium) - 7" mono single rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Monopole S. 317 (Belgium) - 7" mono single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Stevie Wonder - "Blowin' In The Wind"/"Ain't That Asking For Trouble" - mono 7" singles, Tamla Motown T-54136 (USA/Canada); Tamla Motown TMG 570 (UK); Tamla Motown TK4M-0417-1 (NL); Tamla Motown/CBS TM 54136 (West Germany), 1966:


Tamla Motown T-54136 (USA) - front of 7" mono single scan by Manuel García Jara

Stevie's cover of Blowin' In The Wind, taken from his album Up Tight, is on the A-side of these 1966 singles. The US single came in three label variants, and the first variant had either a picture sleeve or a generic Tamla Motown sleeve. The labels of the second and third variants have "Blowin' In The Wind" in quotes. This version of Blowin' In The Wind got to #36 in the UK singles charts in 1966. The UK single did not have a picture sleeve, nor did the release from Canada.


Tamla Motown T-54136 (USA) - rear of 7" mono single scan by Manuel García Jara


Tamla Motown T-54136 (USA) - A-side of 7" mono single scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1)


Tamla Motown T-54136 (USA) - A-side of 7" mono single in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1)

Tamla Motown T-54136 (USA) - A-side of 7" mono single in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

Tamla Motown T-54136 (USA) - A-side of 7" mono single in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 3)

Tamla Motown T-54136 (Canada) - A-side of 7" mono single in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown TMG 570 (UK) - A-side of 7" mono single in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (promo release)

Tamla Motown TMG 570 (UK) - A-side of 7" mono single in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (commercial release)


Tamla Motown TK4M-0417-1 (NL) - front of 7" mono single scan by Manuel García Jara


Tamla Motown TK4M-0417-1 (NL) - rear of 7" mono single scan by Manuel García Jara


Tamla Motown TK4M-0417-1 (NL) - A-side of 7" mono single scan by Manuel García Jara


Tamla Motown/CBS TM 54136 (West Germany) - front of 7" mono single scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown/CBS TM 54136 (West Germany) - rear of 7" mono single scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown/CBS TM 54136 (West Germany) - A-side of 7" mono single scan by Manuel García Jara

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Stevie Wonder - "Blowin' In The Wind"/"Hold Me" - mono 7" single, Tamla Motown JET-1707 (Japan), 1966:


Tamla Motown JET-1707 (Japan) - front of 7" single scan by Manuel García Jara

This mono single was made by the Victor Company of Japan for Tamla-Motown. It has price ¥370 on the rear sleeve. The record comes in a Victor World Group singles sleeve.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Tamla Motown JET-1707 (Japan) - rear of 7" single scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown JET-1707 (Japan) - A-side of 7" single scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown JET-1707 (Japan) - front of 7" single sleeve scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown JET-1707 (Japan) - rear of 7" single sleeve with B-side, scan by Manuel García Jara

Stevie Wonder - "Stevie Wonder" - mono 7" EP, Tamla Motown TMEF 534 (France), 1966:


Tamla Motown TMEF 534 (France) - front of 7" EP scan by Manuel García Jara
Stevie's cover of Blowin' In The Wind, taken from his album Up Tight, is track 1 on the A-side of this 1966 French EP, made in France by EMI Pathé Marconi for Tamla Motown.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Tamla Motown TMEF 534 (France) - rear of 7" EP scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown TMEF 534 (France) - A-side of 7" EP scan by Manuel García Jara

Stevie Wonder - "Stevie Wonder" - mono 7" EP, Tamla Motown TMEO-1007 (Australia), 1966:


Tamla Motown TMEO-1007 (Australia) - front of 7" EP scan by Manuel García Jara
Stevie's cover of Blowin' In The Wind is on the B-side of this 1966 Australian EP, which was released in Australia for Tamla Motown by EMI.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Tamla Motown TMEO-1007 (Australia) - rear of 7" EP scan by Manuel García Jara


Tamla Motown TMEO-1007 (Australia) - B-side of 7" EP scan by Manuel García Jara

Stevie Wonder - "I Was Made To Love Her"/"Blowin' In The Wind" - mono 7" single, Tamla Motown 4 C 006-93520 (Belgium), 1967; stereo 7" single, Tamla Motown 5C 006-93520 X (NL), 1988:


Tamla Motown 4 C 006-93520 (Belgium) - front of 7" single sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (1967, rear is the same)
The same performance is again on the B-side of this 1967 Belgian single. The rear of the Belgian picture sleeve is the same as the front. The same single was reissued in stereo in Holland in 1988 in the "Hits Come Back" series.


Tamla Motown 4 C 006-93520 (Belgium) - 7" single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (1967)


Tamla Motown 5C 006-93520 X (NL) - 7" single front scan by Manuel García Jara (1988)

Tamla Motown 5C 006-93520 X (NL) - 7" single rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1988)

Tamla Motown 5C 006-93520 X (NL) - 7" single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (1988)

The A-side of the 1988 single is misspelled as "I Was Made To Love Here" on the front of the sleeve, although it's correct on the rear sleeve and the A-side record label (not shown).

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Stevie Wonder - "Best 4" - stereo 7" EP, Tamla Motown SJET-493 (Japan), 1968:


Tamla Motown SJET-493 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP front scan by Manuel García Jara

This compilation EP from 1968 has a gatefold sleeve, usual for Japanese EPs, with price ¥500. It was made by the Victor Company of Japan for Tamla-Motown.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Tamla Motown SJET-493 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown SJET-493 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP outside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown SJET-493 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP inside of gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown SJET-493 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Stevie Wonder - "A Place In The Sun"/"Blowin' In The Wind" - mono 7" singles, Motown Yesteryear 416f (USA), 1972; Motown VIP-2003 (Japan), 1979:


Motown Yesteryear 416f (USA) - 7" single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara
Stevie Wonder's performance of Blowin' In The Wind appeared again on the B-side of a US reissue single from 1972 in the "Motown Yesteryear" series. I believe this single is still in mono. Manuel dates this single as 1983, so his copy may be a reissue.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Motown VIP-2003 (Japan) - 7" single front scan by Manuel García Jara

Motown VIP-2003 (Japan) - 7" single rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Motown VIP-2003 (Japan) - 7" single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Stevie Wonder - "Fingertips (Part 2)"/"Blowin' In The Wind" - mono 7" single, Tamla Motown ZB 41937 (UK), 1988:


Tamla Motown ZB 41937 (UK) - 7" single front scan by Manuel García Jara
Stevie Wonder's performance of Blowin' In The Wind appeared again on the B-side (shown as "AA" side) of this UK reissue single from 1988 in the "Motown Hits of Gold - The Singles Collection", a set of 21 singles listed on the rear sleeve. I believe this single is again still in mono.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Tamla Motown ZB 41937 (UK) - 7" single rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Tamla Motown ZB 41937 (UK) - 7" single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara


Les Troubadours De L'Eau Noire [The Black Water Troubadours] - 7" mono EP, T.E.N. CC 1.202 (Belgium), 1966:


T.E.N. CC 1.202
(Belgium) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara

Another cover of Blowin' In The Wind made by a children's choir, Les Troubadours De L'Eau Noire, from the Institut Saint-Joseph in Couvin, Belgium. Although the French title is again "Écoute Dans Le Vent", this is not the usual translation by Pierre Dorsey, this time the translation with religious content was by Louis Laurent.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


T.E.N. CC 1.202 (Belgium) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara


T.E.N. CC 1.202 (Belgium) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (with Dylan cover)


T.E.N. CC 1.202 (Belgium) - EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan material)

Various Artists - Spanish EPs with Covers of Blowin' In The Wind, 1966:


Los Blues - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
Blowin In The Wind is translated as "En El Viento [In The Wind]"
Manuel has also supplied scans of other Spanish EPs with covers of the song with different translations, some of which are perplexing!


Los Iracundos - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
Blowin In The Wind is translated as "Soplando En El Viento"


Sandro - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
Blowin In The Wind is again translated as "Soplando En El Viento"


Bob meets Pope John Paul II, Bologna, Italy, 1997

Religious connections:

Since the mid 1960s, many young Catholic priests in Spain created arrangements of hits of the moment (The Sounds Of Silence, Help or Blowin' In The Wind) to be sung in the Mass at the church. They used only the music and the lyrics were arranged to suit religious purposes. Today it is usual to hear Blowin' In The Wind at catholic churches, sung by everyone like a hymn. The cover of Blowin' In The Wind as "Saber que vendrás, saber que estarás" is the standard arrangement.


Discophon 27.466 (Spain, 1966) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
Blowin In The Wind is translated as "Solo El Tiempo Puede Contestarnos [Only Time Will Answer Us]"

Los 4 de Asís were four young Franciscan monks who recorded only two EPs for Discophon; they tried to connect religion with young people through pop music. Blowin' In The Wind is translated as "Solo El Tiempo Puede Contestarnos [Only Time Can Answer Us]". This EP surprisingly exists in six Discophon record label variants, one of which owned by Ronald Born comes in the Discophon inner sleeve shown.
Discophon 27.466 (Spain) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Discophon 27.466 (Spain) - EP inner sleeve scan by Ronald Born


Discophon 27.466 (Spain) - EP A-side sleeve scan by Ronald Born (variant 1)


Discophon 27.466 (Spain) - EP A-side sleeve scan by Ronald Born (variant 2)


Discophon 27.466 (Spain) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 3)


Discophon 27.466 (Spain) - EP A-side sleeve scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (variant 4)


Discophon 27.466 (Spain) - EP A-side sleeve scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (variant 5)


Discophon 27.466 (Spain) - EP A-side sleeve scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (variant 6)


Escolanía de Salamanca EP 4 (Spain, 1966) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
Blowin In The Wind is translated as "Saber Que Estarás [To Know You Will Stay]"!

The EP of La Escolanía de Salamanca was a private release made by the priests of the Seminary of Salamanca. Blowin' In The Wind is translated as "Saber Que Estarás [To Know You Will Stay]" and it's an "a capella" version. The purpose of records like this was to teach young people how to sing these songs. Note that there are no composer credits, no SGAE logo, and no copyright text. Padre Nuestro is a cover of The Sounds Of Silence. The rear of this EP is blank.


Escolanía de Salamanca EP 4 (Spain) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Bob Dylan sang Knockin' On Heaven's Door, A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall and Forever Young at a Catholic Youth Rally at Bologna, Italy, in 1997, and subsequently met Pope John Paul II. At the 1997 concert, John Paul referred to what is perhaps Dylan's most famous song, Blowing in the Wind, which became an anthem for young people seeking meaning in life in the 1960s. John Paul told the crowd of some 300,000 young Italian Catholics that the answer was indeed "in the wind" - but not in the wind that blew things away, rather "in the wind of the spirit" that would lead them to Christ.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Ronald Born for information and scans.


Fiona - "Écoute Dans Le Vent [Listen To The Wind] (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - mono 7" EPs, Tiercé/Panorama 3306 (France)/Panorama 17.360 (France), 1966; Various Artists - "Grosjean Rama", Grosjean Rama Super No. 101 (France), 1966:


Tiercé/Panorama 3306
(France) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
Her cover of Blowin' In The Wind has the standard French lyrics translated by Pierre Dorsey ("Écoute Dans Le Vent"). The first EP has only three tracks, with Blowin' In The Wind on the A-side. There is a drawing for children about Blowin' In The Wind on the rear sleeve, made by Jean Effel. The second EP has four tracks, with Blowin' In The Wind as track 1 on the A-side.

"Grosjean Rama" was a collection of 7" singles and EPS from La Vache Grosjean, a French cheese brand. This EP again includes Fiona's cover of Blowin' In The Wind and two tracks by other artists. Blowin' In The Wind is track 2 on the A-side.


Tiercé/Panorama 3306 (France) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Tiercé/Panorama 3306 (France) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Panorama 17.360 (France) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara

Panorama 17.360 (France) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Panorama 17.360 (France) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Grosjean Rama Super No.101 (France) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara

Grosjean Rama Super No.101 (France) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Grosjean Rama Super No.101 (France) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

This is not the same Fiona who appeared with Bob in the 1987 feature film Hearts Of Fire - for the audio soundtrack see 1987, and for VHS and Laserdisc releases, see VHS & DVD 1980s.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


I Kings [The Kings] - "1-2-3"/"La Risposta [The Answer] (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - mono 7" single, Durium CN A 9187 (Italy), 1966:


Durium CN A 9187 (Italy) - 7" mono single front scan by Manuel García Jara (commercial release)
This rare single includes Blowing in the Wind translated into Italian as "La Risposta [The Answer]". Like Hans Bradtke for German, Pierre Dorsey for French or Tore Lagergren for Swedish, this translation by "Mogol" (Guilio Rapetti) is the Italian standard.
Durium CN A 9187 (Italy) - 7" mono single rear scan by Manuel García Jara (commercial release)

Durium CN A 9187 (Italy) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (commercial release)

Durium CN A 9187 (Italy) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Ronald Born (jukebox release)

Durium (Italy) - 7" single sleeve scan by Ronald Born (jukebox release)

Ronald Born has a jukebox copy of the single with the same catalogue number which comes in a generic Durium 7" single sleeve. The record has yellow labels instead of black.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Ronald Born for information and scans.


Los 4 Tonos [The 4 Tones] - "Los 4 Tonos" - mono 7" EP, RCA Victor MKE-761 (Mexico), 1966:


RCA Victor MKE-761 (Mexico) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
Their cover of Blowin' In The Wind is track 1 on the A-side, translated as "La Respuesta Está En El Viento [The Answer Is In The Wind]".

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


RCA Victor MKE-761 (Mexico) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

RCA Victor MKE-761 (Mexico) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Mayita Y Kiko Campos - "Mayita Y Kiko Campos Con Los Dug Dug's [Mayita And Kiko Campos With Los Dug Dug's]" - mono 7" EP, RCA Victor MKE-794 (Mexico), 1966:


RCA Victor MKE-794 (Mexico) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
Their cover of Blowin' In The Wind is track 1 on the A-side, again translated as "La Respuesta Está En El Viento [The Answer Is In The Wind]".

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


RCA Victor MKE-794 (Mexico) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

RCA Victor MKE-794 (Mexico) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Hermanos Carrión [Carrión Brothers] - "Hermanos Carrión" - mono 7" EP, Orfeón EP-613 (Mexico), 1966:


Orfeón EP-613 (Mexico) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
Their cover of Blowin' In The Wind is track 1 on the B-side, again translated as "La Respuesta Está En El Viento [The Answer Is In The Wind]".

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Orfeón EP-613 (Mexico) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Orfeón EP-613 (Mexico) - EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Brenda y Bonny [Brenda and Bonny] - "Río De Luna [Moon River]"/"La Respuesta Está En El Viento [Blowin' In The Wind]" - mono 7" single, Orfeón 45-1942 (Mexico), 1966:


Orfeón 45-1942 (Mexico) - 7" single front scan by Manuel García Jara
The cover of Blowin' In The Wind by this Mexican girl duo is on the B-side, again translated as "La Respuesta Está En El Viento [The Answer Is In The Wind]". The record comes in a folded open sleeve.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Orfeón 45-1942 (Mexico) - 7" single rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Orfeón 45-1942 (Mexico) - unfolded 7" single sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


Orfeón 45-1942 (Mexico) - 7" single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Billy Lee Riley - "Folk Rock Harmonica Vol. II" - mono 7" EP, GNP Crescendo Records/Discos Tizoc ED-212 (Mexico), 1966:


GNP Crescendo Records/Discos Tizoc ED-212 (Mexico) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
Billy Lee Riley was a US rockabilly singer who had important hits on Sun Records in the 1950s such as Red Hot. In 1966 he recorded the album Funk Harmonica (GNP Crescendo 2020) including covers of recent hits, mostly "folk-rock" tracks, including Dylan covers Blowin' In The Wind, Mr. Tambourine Man and Like A Rolling Stone. In Mexico two rare EPs from the album were released with an important change in the title, Folk-Rock Harmonica instead of Funk Harmonica. This second EP includes Blowin' In The Wind with its usual Spanish translation of "La Respuesta Está En El Viento [The Answer Is In The Wind]". Track 1 on the A-side is "La Casa Del Sol Nasciente [House Of The Risin' Sun]", recorded by Bob on his first album. The sleeve is the usual Mexican unfolded insert. The rear sleeve of each EP has information about the different types of harmonica used on each track!

For Vol. I of this Mexican EP series with covers of Like A Rolling Stone and Mr. Tambourine Man, see Honourable Mentions.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


GNP Crescendo Records/Discos Tizoc ED-212 (Mexico) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

GNP Crescendo Records/Discos Tizoc ED-212 (Mexico) - EP insert unfolded, scan by Manuel García Jara

GNP Crescendo Records/Discos Tizoc ED-212 (Mexico) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (House Of The Risin' Sun)

GNP Crescendo Records/Discos Tizoc ED-212 (Mexico) - EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (Blowin' In The Wind)

GNP Crescendo 2020 (USA, mono) - LP picture from www.musicstack.com

Sandro - "Alma Y Fuego [Soul And Fire]" - mono commercial 7" EP, CBS 33.414 (Argentina), 1966; mono promo 7" single, CBS 21.626 (Argentina), 1966:


CBS 33.414 (Argentina) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 33.414 (Argentina) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

CBS 33.414 (Argentina) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (includes Dylan cover)

CBS 33.414 (Argentina) - EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan material)

CBS 21.626 (Argentina) - promo single A-side, scan Manuel García Jara

CBS 21.626 (Argentina) - promo single A-side in CBS sleeve, scan Manuel García Jara

"Sandro" - Roberto Sánchez-Ocampo (1945–2010) - was a notable Argentine singer and actor, called "The Argentine Elvis". He was one of the first rock artists to sing in Spanish in Latin America. His cover of Blowin' In The Wind is track 1 on the A-side of the EP and the A-side of the promo single, translated as "Soplando En El Viento [Blowin' In The Wind]".

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Carlos Waxemberg - "Algo Flota En El Viento [Something Floats In The Wind]" - mono 7" EP, Discos V.S A 0101 (Argentina), 1966:


Discos V.S A 0101 (Argentina) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
This very rare cover of Blowin' In The Wind on a small Argentinean record label is track 1 on the A-side, here bizarrely translated as "Algo Flota En El Viento [Something Floats In The Wind]".

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Discos V.S A 0101 (Argentina) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Discos V.S A 0101 (Argentina) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

John Davidson - "The Time Of My life" - 12" LP releases, Columbia CL 2580 (mono)/CS 9380 (USA), 1966:


Columbia CL 2580 (USA) - mono LP front, picture from discogs.com (1966 release)
Thanks to Ronald Born for information about this LP release, which has Blowin' In The Wind on Side 2. Ronald has the stereo version of the LP with the first design, but the album was later released with a completely new front. The stereo album was released on a "2 on 1" CD by Collectables Records in the USA in 1999 when the LP was illustrated by the second front design.
Columbia CL 2580 (USA) - mono LP front, picture from discogs.com (later release)

Collectables Records US "2 on 1" 1999 CD release including CS 9380, picture from allmusic.com

Dark Ducks - "Folk Songs by Dark Ducks" - stereo 7" EP, King Records SS-163 (Japan), 1966:


King Records SS-163 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP front scan by Ronald Born
Dark Ducks were a male vocal quartet very popular in Japan at the time. Blowin' The Wind on the A-side of this stereo EP is sung in Japanese in what is apparently an accurate translation. The A-side label of this EP appears to have a Japanese language promo stamp at the top.

Thanks to Ronald Born for information and scans.


King Records SS-163 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP rear scan by Ronald Born


King Records SS-163 (Japan) - 7" stereo EP A-side scan by Ronald Born


Dark Ducks picture from amazon.com

Gitte Hænning - "Et Sted For Os Selve [There's A Place For Us]"/"Vinden Gi'r Dig Svar [The Wind Gives You Answers (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - mono 7" single, HMV/EMI X 8474 (Denmark), 1966:


HMV/EMI X 8474 (Denmark) - 7" single front scan by Manuel García Jara
This mono 7" single has her version of Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side with Danish lyrics by Thøger Olesen and the title translated as "Vinden Gi'r Dig Svar [The Wind Gives You Answers]". The record of Manuel García Jara's copy has black labels with silver text. Ronald Born's copy comes in the same sleeve, but the record has blue labels with silver text.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Ronald Born for information and scans.


HMV/EMI X 8474 (Denmark) - 7" single rear scan by Manuel García Jara


HMV/EMI X 8474 (Denmark) - 7" single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara


HMV/EMI X 8474 (Denmark) - alternate 7" single B-side scan by Ronald Born

Karl-Erik "Cacka" Israelsson - "Cacka" - mono 7" EP, Cupol SEP 359 (Sweden), 1966; "Minnet Av Svarten [Memory Of Black]"/"Vinden Ger Svar [The Wind Gives Answers (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - mono 7" singles,  Cupol 45/120 (Sweden), 1966:

Cupol SEP 359 (Sweden), 7" mono EPs, 1966:


Cupol SEP 359 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP front scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (both variants)
Karl-Erik "Cacka" Israelsson was a Swedish Olympic athlete who went on to appear in films and become a singer, composer and lyricist. He died in 2013. His cover of Blowin' In The Wind has the Swedish lyrics by Tore Lagergren, translated as "Vinden Ger Svar [The Wind Gives Answers]". The song appears on a Swedish EP, two versions of which are shown, and also as the B-side of a Swedish single, two versions of which are also shown.

The EPs both have the same front sleeve, but the rear sleeves have different coloured rectangles. The first sleeve has records with both label designs, the second sleeve comes with a record with the green/white label design only. Two versions of the second label designs are shown, but the second may just have had the centre pushed out.


Cupol SEP 359 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1 - green)


Cupol SEP 359 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1 - no Dylan material)


Cupol SEP 359 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1 - with Dylan cover)

Cupol SEP 359 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (variant 2 - red)

Cupol SEP 359 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2 - push-out centre)

Cupol SEP 359 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP B-side scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (variant 2 - centre removed)

Cupol 45/120 (Sweden), 7" mono singles, 1966:


Cupol 45/120 (Sweden) - 7" mono single front scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (variant 1)

Cupol 45/120 (Sweden) - 7" mono single rear scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (variant 1)

Cupol 45/120 (Sweden) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (variant 1 - push-out centre)

Cupol 45/120 (Sweden) - 7" mono single front scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (variant 2)

Cupol 45/120 (Sweden) - 7" mono single rear scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (variant 2 - blank)

Cupol 45/120 (Sweden) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (variant 2 - centre removed)

The singles have different sleeves, but the same tracks and catalogue number, and the records are identical apart from the centres (the second may again just have been pushed out). The rear of the second single is blank. The EP and singles are undated on the sleeve and record labels, but an online discography dates them as 1966.

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


Sven-Ingvars - "Vid Din Sida [By Your Side]" - mono 7" EP, Svensk American SAEP 503 (Sweden), 1966; "Du Ska Tro På Mej [You Must Believe Me]"/"Och Vinden Ger Svar [And The Wind Gives Answers (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - mono 7" singles,  Svensk American 45/120 (Sweden/Norway), 1967:


Svensk American SAEP 503 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP front scan by Manuel García Jara (1966)
The Svensk American record label was distributed by EMI. Sven-Ingvars was a Swedish group founded by two men named Sven and one named Ingvar! Their cover of Blowin' In The Wind again has the Swedish lyrics by Tore Lagergren, translated as "Vinden Ger Svar [The Wind Gives Answers]" on the EP sleeve and "Och Vinden Ger Svar [And The Wind Gives Answers]" on the B-side record label. The EP record had two different label designs, the second has different text to the left of the centre hole from the first ("C.C." instead of "NCB").


Svensk American SAEP 503 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1966)


Svensk American SAEP 503 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (1966)


Svensk American SAEP 503 (Sweden) - alternate 7" mono EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (1966)


Svensk American SAS 1009 (Sweden) - 7" mono single front scan by Manuel García Jara (1967)

Svensk American SAS 1009 (Sweden) - 7" mono single rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1967)

Svensk American SAS 1009 (Sweden) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (1967, also Norway variant 1)

Svensk American SAS 1009 (Norway) - 7" mono single insert front scan by Manuel García Jara (1967, both variants, rear of variant 1 is plan white)

Svensk American SAS 1009 (Norway) - 7" mono single rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1967, variant 2)

Svensk American SAS 1009 (Norway) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (1967, variant 2)

Two tracks from the EP were released as a 7" single in both Sweden and Norway in 1967. This time Blowin' In The Wind is translated as "Och Vinden Ger Svar [And The Wind Gives Answers]" on both the single sleeves and the B-side record label. The Swedish single (yellow text) has a regular bag-type sleeve, but there are two different versions of the Norwegian single (red text). The first has just an insert, plain white on the rear, and has the Swedish record. The second comes in a regular bag-type sleeve with a record pressed in Norway, with the boxed "NCB" logo to the left of the centre hole.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Jonathan & Michelle - "Ancora Sempre E Solo Te [Still Always And Only You (Just You)]"/"La Risposta [The Answer (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - mono 7" single, Rifi RFN-NP 16146 (Italy), 1966; mono 7" EP, Marfer MR. 763 (Spain), 1968:


Rifi RFN-NP 16146 (Italy) - 7" single front scan by Manuel García Jara
"Jonathan & Michelle" were Maurizio Pracchia from Italy and Michelle Loskady from France. They had a career on the Italian pop scene between 1965 and 1969. The duo did a cover of Blowin' In The Wind in 1966, translated as "La Risposta [The Answer]", on the B-side of this single. The Italian single sleeve says "Disco + Manifesto [Record + Poster]" and it's not easy to find copies that still come with the poster. On the enlarged detail of the front it says "No One Sings Dylan Like Dylan" on the wall behind Jonathan. The poster has pictures of Dylan album sleeves on the wall behind Jonathan. This performance was also released in Spain on a very rare four-track EP on an obscure label, Marfer. Blowin' In The Wind is misprinted as "Slowin' In The Wind" on the rear sleeve, although it's correct on the B-side label! Ronald Born has a copy of the Spanish EP with the date "20 JUN 1968" stamped on the rear sleeve.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Ronald Born for information and scans.


Rifi RFN-NP 16146 (Italy) - detail of front, scan by Manuel García Jara


Rifi RFN-NP 16146 (Italy) - poster scan by Manuel García Jara

Marfer MR. 763 (Spain) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara

Marfer MR. 763 (Spain) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Marfer MR. 763 (Spain) - EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Rifi RFN-NP 16146 (Italy) - 7" single rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Rifi RFN-NP 16146 (Italy) - 7" single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Jerry Murad's Harmonicats - "What's New Harmonicats?" - 12" vinyl album releases, Columbia CS 9225 (USA stereo)/Columbia CL 2425 (USA mono); 7" stereo jukebox EP ("Little LP"), Columbia 7-9225 (USA); mono 7" EP, CBS EP 6006 (West Germany), 1966:


Columbia 7-9225 (USA) - 7" stereo "Little LP" front scan by Manuel García Jara

Columbia 7-9225 (USA) - 7" stereo "Little LP" A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (includes Dylan material)

Columbia 7-9225 (USA) - 7" stereo "Little LP" B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (includes Dylan material)

CBS EP 6006 (West Germany) - 7" EP front scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff

CBS EP 6006 (West Germany) - 7" EP rear scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff

CBS EP 6006 (West Germany) - 7" EP A-side scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff


Columbia 7-9225 (USA) - 7" stereo "Little LP" mini album pictures, scan by Manuel García Jara

This album contains four Dylan covers: Like A Rolling Stone; Positively 4th Street; Blowin' In The Wind and Mr. Tambourine Man.

The US jukebox "Little LP" (EP) is in a white card sleeve with the album artwork pasted on the front. The rear is plain white. It has six tracks from the album including Like A Rolling Stone and Positively 4th Street on the A-side and Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side. Mr. Tambourine Man is missing. It comes with jukebox strips and three mini album pictures - the jukebox strips are missing but the mini album pictures are still present. It's normal for the record itself to be a Columbia sleeve but this also is missing.

The German mono EP has four tracks from the album - it contains their cover of Blowin' In The Wind on the A-side, plus Mr. Tambourine Man is now on the B-side.

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


Carin Wilson and Pit Peters - "Ich Liebe Leben [I Love Life]"/"Die Antwort Weiß Ganz Allein Der Wind [Only The Wind Knows The Answer (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - 7" mono single, Tempo 986 (West Germany), 1966; 7" mono EP, Tempo EP 4254 (West Germany), 1966:


Tempo 986 (West Germany) - 7" mono single front scan by Ronald Born

Tempo 986 (West Germany) - 7" mono single rear scan by Ronald Born

Tempo 986 (West Germany) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Ronald Born

Tempo EP 4254 (West Germany) - 7" mono EP front scan by Ronald Born

Tempo EP 4254 (West Germany) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Ronald Born

Tempo EP 4254 (West Germany) - 7" mono EP B-side scan by Ronald Born

On this mono 7" single and EP Carin Wilson and Pip Peters sing the same version of Blowin' In The Wind with German lyrics by Hans Bradtke as for the German releases by Peter Paul and Mary, Marlene Dietrich, etc., above. The EP contains the tracks of Tempo singles 985 and 986.

Tempo was founded in Berlin in 1937 as a low budget label. They built a pressing plant in Potsdam-Babelsberg (later used by Amiga). After the war they moved to Bavaria and continued to release versions of national and international hits by nearly unknown artists (some of them with two or more pseudonyms). For example "Man muß schließlich auch mal 'nein' sagen können [One Must Sometimes Finally Say 'No']" was a number 14 hit in the West German charts in 1966 for Gitte (Hænning) the same year she released Blowin' In The Wind in Denmark (see above).

Thanks to Ronald Born for information and scans.


Crystal Set - "Die Antwort Weiß Ganz Allein Der Wind [Only The Wind Knows The Answer (Blowin' In The Wind)]"/"Hold Tight" - stereo 7" single, Crystal Set 1607 (West Germany), 1966(?):


Crystal Set 1607 (West Germany) - 7" single front scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff
On this very rare privately-released single, Crystal Set sing the same version of Blowin' In The Wind with German lyrics by Hans Bradtke as for the 1963-66 German/Dutch releases by Peter Paul and Mary, Marlene Dietrich, Mary and the Moonlights and Mary Camp above. Bizarrely however, Blowin' In The Wind is credited to Donovan!

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


Crystal Set 1607 (West Germany) - 7" single rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Crystal Set 1607 (West Germany) - 7" single A-side scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff

James (James Hollingworth) - "James" - 7" mono EP, Scan-Disc SCD-42 (Sweden), 1966:


Scan-Disc SCD-42
(Sweden) - 7" mono EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
James Hollingworth's cover of Blowin' In The Wind, track 2 on the B-side of this EP, again has the Swedish lyrics by Tore Lagergren, here translated as "Blott Vinden Ger Svar [Only The Wind Gives Answers]".

James also recorded a cover of Don't Think Twice, It's All Right as the B-side of a Scan-Disc single.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


1967


Lou Donaldson - "Blowin' In The Wind" - 12" stereo album, Cadet LPS-789 (USA), 1967:


Cadet LPS-789 (USA) - LP front picture from wikipedia
This album by jazz alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson includes an instrumental version of Blowin' In The Wind.

The Dixie Drifter - "Blowin' In The Wind"/"Soul Train" - 7" mono single, Hit-Ton/Roulette HT 300166 (West Germany), 1967:


Hit-Ton/Roulette HT 300166
(West Germany) - 7" single front scan by Manuel García Jara
The Dixie Drifter was an alias adopted by New York-based DJ Enoch Gregory. His cover of Blowin' In The Wind comes from his 1967 Roulette album Tales Of The Dixie Drifter. It was released as a single by Roulette in the USA without a picture sleeve. This West German single was released by Hit-Ton Records (part of Deutsche Vogue) in association with Roulette.
Hit-Ton/Roulette HT 300166 (West Germany) - 7" single rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Hit-Ton/Roulette HT 300166 (West Germany) - 7" single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara


Roulette R 25314 (USA) - 7" LP front picture from eBay

Dylan is misspelled as "Dylab" on the A-side record label!

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Chuck Jackson - "Sunny/Blowin' In The Wind" - 7" mono single, Scepter Records SC 10 (Italy), 1967:


Scepter Records SC 10 (Italy) - 7" single front scan by Ronald Born
Chuck Jackson's version of Blowin' In The Wind is the B-side of this 7" mono Italian single (the A-side is the Bobby Hebb song). Both single tracks are taken from Chuck's 1966 Wand Records album Tribute To Rhythm and Blues Volume 2, released in Italy in 1967. This album and its predecessor Tribute To Rhythm and Blues Volume 1 were released as a "2 on 1" CD in the USA by Kent Island Records on 19 Jul 2005. This CD is still available.

Thanks to Ronald Born for information and scans.


Scepter Records SC 10 (Italy) - 7" single rear scan by Ronald Born

Scepter Records SC 10 (Italy) - 7" single B-side scan by Ronald Born

Scepter Records POP 32 (Italy) -  front picture from www.discogs.com (1967 "stereomono" LP release)

Scepter Records POP 32 (Italy) -  rear picture from www.discogs.com (1967 "stereomono" LP release)

Scepter Records POP 32 (Italy) -  Side 2 picture from www.discogs.com (1967 "stereomono" LP release)

Wand Records  WDS 676 (USA) - front picture from www.discogs.com (1966 LP release)

Kent Island CDKEND 247 (USA) - front picture from amazon.com (2005 CD release)

Kent Island CDKEND 247 (USA) - rear picture from amazon.com (2005 CD release)

Misha Douceur - "Misha Douceur" - 7" mono EP, Suncastle U 1 (Uruguay), 1967:


Suncastle U 1 (Uruguay) - 7" EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
This very rare EP bu an otherwise unknown artist from Uruguay is in poor condition. It has a thin paper sleeve and the record labels are poorly printed on reflective gold paper and also have water damage. She may be French because the sleeve notes are in French. (Louise Misha Douceur is a current French designer of children's clothes.) Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side is sung in English, the other tracks are sung in French, German and Japanese.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Suncastle U 1 (Uruguay) - 7" EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Suncastle U 1 (Uruguay) - 7" EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Los 007 - "Soplando En El Viento [Blowin' In The Wind]"/Detén La Noche [Stop The Night]" - 7" mono single, Istmo IS-13E14 (Nicaragua), 1967:


Istmo IS-13E14 (Nicaragua) - 7" mono single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara
This incredibly rare 7" mono single did not have a picture sleeve, but came in a unique plastic Istma sleeve. It is even rarer in the original sleeve! Los 007 were from Venezuela and took their name from "Bond, James Bond". They were a very successful band in Venezuela and in other countries in Central America.
Istmo IS-13E14 (Nicaragua) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan material)

Istmo IS-13E14 (Nicaragua) - 7" mono single A-side in Istmo plastic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Although Los 007 used the song title "Soplando En El Viento" (one of two standard Spanish titles with "La Respuesta Está En El Viento") this title never appears in the lyrics, instead they sing in the chorus "Dejen el viento soplar [Let the wind blow]". This rare single was made in Nicaragua for Discos Istmo by SISA (Sonido Industrial Sociedad Anónima).

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Laurel Aitken - "Rock Steady"/"Blowin' In The Wind" - 7" mono singles, Columbia C 23 650 (West Germany), 1967; Columbia Blue Beat DB 102 (UK), 1967; Blue Beat BB 0408 (UK), 2005:


Columbia C 23 650 (West Germany) - 7" single front sleeve scan by Ronald Born (rear is the same)

Columbia C 23 650 (West Germany) - 7" single B-side with promo sticker, scan by Ronald Born


Columbia C 23 650 (West Germany) - 7" single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara


Columbia Blue Beat DB 102 (UK) - 7" single B-side in Columbia sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (1967 release)


Blue Beat BB 0408 (UK) - 7" single A-side, scan by Manuel García Jara (2005 release)


Blue Beat BB 0408 (UK) - 7" single A-side in cut-out picture sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (2005 release)

This mono 7" single with Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side was released by the Columbia which was part of EMI in the "Blue Beat Serie" (Blue Beat was a type of Jamaican blues music). The rear sleeve is the same as the front. Ronald Born's copy has a sticker with text in German "Unverkäufliches Musterplatte [Sample Record Not for Sale] on the B-side. The UK single did not have a picture sleeve. It was re-released in the UK in 2005 on the Blue Beat label with Blowin' In The Wind on the A-side, and this time had a picture sleeve with a front cut-out.

Lorenzo "Laurel" Aitken (1938-2005) was a Jamaican singer known as "The Godfather of Ska", based at the time in Brixton, South London.

Thanks to Ronald Born and Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Dionne Warwick - "Blowin' In The Wind"/"Alfie" - 7" stereo single, Scepter US-246-S (Japan), 1967:


Scepter US-246-S (Japan) - 7" single front scan by Manuel García Jara
This stereo 7" single in a gatefold sleeve contains her cover of Blowin' In The Wind on the A-side. The record comes in a red/white Scepter Records sleeve. The price of ¥370 is printed on the inside of the gatefold sleeve and also on the rear of the single sleeve.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Ronald Born for information and scans.


Scepter US-246-S (Japan) - 7" single A-side in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Scepter US-246-S (Japan) - 7" single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Scepter US-246-S (Japan) - outside of unfolded 7" single gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Scepter US-246-S (Japan) - inside of unfolded 7" single gatefold sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Scepter US-246-S (Japan) - rear of 7" single generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Joan Baez - "Joan Baez In Japan" - 7" stereo EP, Vanguard PS-14 (Japan), 1967:


Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - 7" EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
This live version of Blowin' In The Wind was recorded at the Kosei-Nenkin, Tokyo, Japan, 1 Feb 1967. As far as I know Joan has never released a studio version of this song.
Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - 7" EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - 7" EP insert front scan by Manuel García Jara

Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - 7" EP insert rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - 7" EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Blowin' In The Wind is track 1 on the A-side of this Vanguard EP, which comes with a double-sided lyrics insert in English. It was manufactured and distributed in Japan by King Records.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Joan Baez - "Farewell To This Day"/"Blowin' In The Wind" - 7" stereo single, Vanguard HIT-615 (Japan), 1967:


Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - 7" stereo single front scan by Manuel García Jara
This Vanguard 7" stereo single contains two of the tracks from the EP above. Blowin' In The Wind is on the B-side of the single, which comes in a pink/blue generic single sleeve with a folded insert including the lyrics in English and Japanese inside. It was also manufactured and distributed in Japan by King Records.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - 7" stereo single outside of insert, scan by Manuel García Jara


Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - 7" stereo single rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - 7" stereo single insert page 2, scan by Manuel García Jara

Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - 7" stereo single insert page 3, scan by Manuel García Jara

Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - 7" stereo single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - front of 7" single sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Vanguard PS-14 (Japan) - rear of 7" single sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

Joan Baez - "Blowin' In The Wind"/"Saigon Bride" (Nina Duschek/Joan Baez) - 7" stereo promo single, Vanguard Q-18 (Japan), 1972:


Vanguard Q-18 (Japan) - 7" stereo promo single front scan by Manuel García Jara
This stereo single was given away with the 2LP compilation Joan Baez (Vanguard GEM 33-34), exclusively released in Japan in 1972, and made for Vanguard by King Record Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan.
Vanguard Q-18 (Japan) - 7" stereo promo single rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Vanguard Q-18 (Japan) - 7" stereo promo single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (includes Dylan cover)

Vanguard Q-18 (Japan) - 7" stereo promo single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan material)

Vanguard GEM 33-34 (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Manuel García Jara

This version of Blowin' In The Wind is again the live performance recorded at the Kosei-Nenkin, Tokyo, Japan, 1 Feb 1967, from the "Joan Baez In Japan" 1967 EP above.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Joan Baez - "Virgin Mary Had One Son" (traditional)/"Blowin' In The Wind" - 7" stereo promo singles, Vanguard Q-37 (Japan), 1973:


Vanguard Q-37 (Japan) - 7" stereo promo single front scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1)
These stereo singles were given away with the 2LP compilation Joan Baez (Vanguard GEM 135-6), exclusively released in Japan in 1973, and made for Vanguard by King Record Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan. There is a great surprise! This time Blowin' In The Wind is not the live version by Joan previously released in 1967 above! It is in fact the version actually performed by Bob with Joan Baez just as an accompanying artist, originally released in 1964 on the Vanguard LP The Newport Folk Festival - 1963: The Evening Concerts Vol. 1, see 1964! Full details of these singles are now in 1973.

There were two variants of this single, with the same front sleeve, but with different rear sleeves and record labels.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Vanguard Q-37 (Japan) - 7" stereo promo single rear scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1)


Vanguard Q-37 (Japan) - 7" stereo promo single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1 - includes Dylan)


Vanguard Q-37 (Japan) - 7" stereo promo single front scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

Vanguard Q-37 (Japan) - 7" stereo promo single rear scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

Vanguard Q-37 (Japan) - 7" stereo promo single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2 - includes Dylan)

Vanguard GEM 135-6 (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Manuel García Jara

Joan Baez - "Blowin' In The Wind"/"Where Have All The Flowers Gone" - 7" stereo single, Vanguard HIT-7013 (Japan), 1973:


Vanguard HIT-7013 (Japan) - 7" stereo single front scan by Manuel García Jara
This reissue single is in the Vanguard "Golden Coupling Series" with two previously released single A-sides. Blowin' In The Wind is on the A-side and is again the live performance recorded at the Kosei-Nenkin, Tokyo, Japan, 1 Feb 1967, from the "Joan Baez In Japan" 1967 EP above.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Vanguard HIT-7013 (Japan) - 7" stereo single rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Vanguard HIT-7013 (Japan) - 7" stereo single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (with Dylan cover)


Vanguard HIT-7013 (Japan) - 7" stereo single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan material)

Joan Baez - "Blowin' In The Wind"/"Maria Dolores" - 7" stereo single, Portrait PRT A 1129 (Spain), 1981:


Portrait PRT A 1129 (Spain) - 7" stereo single front scan by Manuel García Jara
This different live version of Blowin' In The Wind on the A-side of this 1981 Spanish stereo single is taken from her 1980 Portrait album European Tour [Gira Europea in Spanish]. Portrait was a record label owned by CBS.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Portrait PRT A 1129 (Spain) - 7" stereo single rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Portrait PRT A 1129 (Spain) - 7" stereo single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Jerry Williams - "Jerry Williams" - 7" mono single, Sonet SXP-4091 (Sweden), 1967:


Sonet SXP-4091 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
Jerry Williams' cover of Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side of this EP again has the Swedish lyrics by Tore Lagergren, translated as "Vinden Ger Svar [The Wind Gives Answers]"

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Sonet SXP-4091 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Sonet SXP-4091 (Sweden) - 7" mono EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

The Challengers - "The Challengers" - 7" mono EP, Eos CE 718 (UK), 1967:


Eos CE 718 (UK) - 7" mono EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara
This very rare privately recorded EP does not have a picture sleeve. Their cover of Blowin' In The Wind is on the B-side. The record label has "MADE IN WALES" in the circumference text.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


The Rising Sun Trio - "Folk Song Complete Works/Total 20 Songs Recorded" - set of four stereo 7" flexidisc EPs, Music Graph SMG-6018 (Japan), 1967:


Music Graph SMG-6018 (Japan) - front scan by Wil Gielen (Peter, Paul & Mary)

Music Graph SMG-6018 (Japan) - rear scan by Wil Gielen

Music Graph SMG-6018 (Japan) - B-side of disc 1, scan by Wil Gielen

Music Graph SMG-5006 (Japan) - front scan by Manuel García Jara (Joan Baez)

Music Graph SMG-5006 (Japan) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara

The Rising Sun Trio (Japan) - promo postcard scan by Manuel García Jara

This set of four 7” flexidiscs from Japan has a picture of Peter, Paul and Mary on the front sleeve and contains 20 covers of various artists such as Peter, Paul and Mary and The Brothers Four. The cover of Blowin’ In The Wind is track 2 on the B-side of disc 1. The four flexi discs are in a 24 page 7” x 7” paperback book-style cover and the four discs are each in a clear plastic sleeve and the four sleeves are attached to the book-style cover. There is no year of release but the pictures inside this set date from the mid-1960s/late 1960s.

Thanks to Sonny Boy McFitzson for information that Music Graph specialised in recordings by Japanese artists, and he has found Music Graph SMG-5003 (titled The Best Of Folk Songs), which has ten songs from the SMG-6018 tracklist on the sleeve, performed by a Japanese folk group called The Rising Sun Trio who probably therefore perform all the twenty songs on this release. SMG-6016 was released in Aug 1967, so SMG-6018 might be Oct 1967.

Manuel García Jara has also provided scans of Music Graph SMG-5006 with a photo of Joan Baez on the front. This set has two flexidiscs and a 12 page booklet with a further ten songs covered by the Rising Sun Trio including The Times They are A-Changin'.

Thanks to Wil Gielen, Sonny Boy McFitzson and Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


The Greenwich Folk Messengers - "Gone The Rainbow" - 7" stereo EP, 20th Century Fox Records SJET-456 (Japan), Jun 1967:


20th Century Fox Records SJET-456 (Japan) - stereo EP front scan by Manuel García Jara

20th Century Fox Records SJET-456 (Japan) - stereo EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

20th Century Fox Records SJET-456 (Japan) - stereo EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (includes Dylan cover)

20th Century Fox Records SJET-456 (Japan) - stereo EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

20th Century Fox Records SJET-455 (Japan) - stereo EP front scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

Galton VIC-5910 (Israel) - LP front photo from eBay

This rare EP includes four tracks from an instrumental album by the Greenwich Folk Messengers called Folk Guitar Super Deluxe which was released in Spain, Israel and Japan only, and also included Mr. Tambourine Man. Their cover of Blowin’ In The Wind is track 2 on the A-side. There was a companion EP, SJET-455, which did not have any Dylan covers. This album and its associated Japanese EPs appear to be the only records by this group ever released!

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Ramon Casajoana i Joan Boix [Ramon Casajoana and Joan Boix] - "Escolta-Ho En El Vent [Blowin' In the Wind]" - 7" mono EP releases: Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain), 1967 (several re-releases); TIC 20.006 ET (Spain), 1971:

Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain), 1967 (several re-releases):


Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara (original 1967 release)

This is an EP with a very complicated history, originally released in 1967 and reissued in 1971, but there are at least two variants of the front sleeve, four variants of the rear sleeve, two variants of the insert and three different record labels. The artists are Ramon Casajoana and Joan Boix, well known to Spanish Dylan fans because of their several Dylan covers as a duo or in bands such as Grup de Folk (they released two albums Els Temps Encara Estan Canviant [The Times They Are A-Changin'] and Els Temps Encara Estan Canviant 2) or Falsterbo Mari. This EP, sung in Catalan, includes a cover of Peter, Paul and Mary's Puff, The Magic Dragon (Puff, El Drac Magic) and two Dylan covers: "Escolta-ho en el vent [Hear It In The Wind = Blowin' In The Wind]" and "El dia que el vaixell vindrá [When The Ship Comes In]".


Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara (original 1967 release)

Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain) - EP insert front scan by Manuel García Jara (original 1967 release)

Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain) - EP insert inside scan by Manuel García Jara (all releases)

Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (all releases)

Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain) - EP A-side scan by Ronald Born (alternate 1967 release)

Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain) - EP insert front scan by Manuel García Jara (reissue)

Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara (reissue)

Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara (reissue)

Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain) - EP rear with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara (reissue)

Als 4 Vents A4V-6 (Spain) - EP rear with two stickers, scan by Manuel García Jara (reissue)

Els Temps Encara Estan Canviant (Grup de Folk, Spain)

Els Temps Encara Estan Canviant 2 (Grup de Folk, Spain)

This EP was jointly released in 1967 by a book shop (Hogar del Libro, "Home of The Book", based in Barcelona) and a very small label (Als 4 Vents "Four Winds", also from Barcelona; the reference A4V means Als 4 Vents) and distributed by Concentric. It includes an insert with lyrics. The record labels of this original release are yellow. The label of Ronald Born's 1967 copy is different from Manuel's - the most obvious difference is that "Edelton hi-fi" is missing from the left, but the text outside the box at top and right are also different, and Ronald's label has the "SGAE" logo inside the box to the left of the centre hole. The EP was re-pressed several times since 1967 until 1971, with identical record labels but with variants of the front sleeve (see different lettering), of the rear sleeve (very different from the original). Also shown is another rear with a sticker of a shop, Signe, of Mataró, near to Barcelona; and a third variant with a sticker of the distributor Concentric (and, curiously, a sticker from the same Signe shop) and a variant front insert.

TIC 20.006 ET (Spain), 1971:


TIC 20.006 ET (Spain) - EP front scan by Manuel García Jara (1971 release)
This EP was finally reissued in 1971 again by El Hogar del Libro but now by a different label, TIC Productora, and it was distributed again by Concentric. This new release has different record labels with logos of TIC and Concentric and a new catalogue number, but the previous sleeve was used again: only a limited quantity of copies have two stickers on rear (one with logo of TIC glued over the logo of Als 4 Vents and another small sticker with the new reference, 20.006 ET)
TIC 20.006 ET (Spain) - EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1971 release)

TIC 20.006 ET (Spain) - EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (1971 release)

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Ronald Born for information and scans.


Ace Cannon - "The Misty Sax Of Ace Cannon" - stereo 7" jukebox EP, Hi Records/London SBG 49 (USA), 1967:


Hi Records/London SBG 49 (USA) - front of 7" jukebox EP, scan by Manuel García Jara (rear is plain white)
The sleeve of this jukebox EP (or "Little LP") is made of heavy cardboard with the front design pasted on and is blank on the rear. The front design includes the stereo album front, Hi Records/London SHL 32035. In this case the jukebox strip and mini album pictures normally found with a jukebox EP are missing, but the record still has its original Hi Records/London sleeve. It is apparently quite rare for these EPs to survive intact with the jukebox strips, mini album pics and original sleeves.
Hi Records/London SBG 49 (USA) - B-side of 7" jukebox EP, scan by Manuel García Jara


Hi Records/London SBG 49 (USA) - B-side of 7" jukebox EP in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara


Hi Records/London SHL 32035 (USA) - stereo LP front scan from www.discogs.com

This EP has six tracks from the stereo album. The cover of Blowin' In The Wind is track 3 on the B-side.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Jan, Jerry & Jurgen (Ad Libs) - "Hoppas Du Förstar [Hope You Understand]"/Vinden Ger Svar [The Wind Gives Answers (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - mono 7" single, Knäppupp Records KN 4596 (Sweden), 1967:


Knäppupp Records KN 4596 (Sweden) - 7" mono single front scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff (rear is the same)
"Knäppupp" in Swedish means "Unbutton". This group has no connection with the American Ad Libs group from New Jersey who had a 1965 US hit with The Boy From New York City.

Their cover of Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side of this single has the Swedish lyrics by Tore Lagergren. The rear sleeve is the same as the front.

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


Knäppupp Records KN 4596 (Sweden) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Hanns Peter Bushoff

Yordanka Hristova - "Фенера на влюбените [Lantern Lovers]"/Stefan Voronov - "Слушай отговора на вятъра [Listen To The Answer Of The Wind]" - 7" mono single,  Balkanton BTK 2822 (Bulgaria), 1967:


Balkanton BTK 2822 (Bulgaria) - 7" mono single front scan by Manuel García Jara
This single in a generic sleeve is shared by two Bulgarian artists: Yordanka Hristova on the A-side, and Stefan Voronov on the B-side with his cover of Blowin' In The Wind.
Balkanton BTK 2822 (Bulgaria) - 7" mono single rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Balkanton BTK 2822 (Bulgaria) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Stefan Voronov - postcard picture from wanderer-records.com

Yordanka Hristova - picture from wanderer-records.com

Blowin' In The Wind is sung in Bulgarian and translated as "Слушай отговора на вятъра [Listen To The Answer Of The Wind]" with lyrics by Nicolai Christozov. The rear of the sleeve has a cut-out to show the record label. The single was released by Balkanton who also released the 1984 Dylan single Don't Think Twice, It's All Right/Blowin' In The Wind" (BTK 3802) as part of the series "поети с китари [Poets with guitars]", see Stereo 7" & 12" Singles & EPs 1984-86.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


1968


Ronnie Aldrich - "This Way 'In'" - 7" stereo jukebox EP, London/Phase 4 SBG 68 (USA), 1968:


London/Phase 4 SBG 68 (USA) - front of 7" jukebox EP, scan by Manuel García Jara (rear is plain white)
The sleeve of this jukebox EP (or "Little LP") is again made of heavy cardboard with the front design pasted on and is blank on the rear. The front design includes the stereo album front, London/Phase 4 SP 44116.
London/Phase 4 SBG 68 (USA) - mini album picture, scan by Manuel García Jara (one of six)

London/Phase 4 SBG 68 (USA) - jukebox strips, scan by Manuel García Jara

London/Phase 4 SBG 68 (USA) - A-side of 7" jukebox EP, scan by Manuel García Jara

London/Phase 4 SBG 68 (USA) - A-side of 7" jukebox EP in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara

The EP includes an insert with ten jukebox strips and six mini-pics, this time printed separately, and the record still has its original London/Phase 4 sleeve. This EP has six tracks from the stereo album. The cover of Blowin' In The Wind is track 1 on the A-side.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Hogiau'r Wyddfa [The Snowdon Lads] - "Hogiau'r Wyddfa" - 7" mono EP releases, Wren Records WRE 1048 (UK), 1968:


Wren Records WRE 1048 (UK) -
7" EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
This rare 1968 Welsh language Wren Records EP has another Welsh version of Blowin' In The Wind,  translated as "Siglo Yn Y Gwynt" (the 1965 Wren Records EP by Y Meillion [Clover] on the first page of this list translated the title as "Siglo'n Y Gwynt"). This time Dylan is not credited as the composer.
Wren Records WRE 1048 (UK) - 7" EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Wren Records WRE 1048 (UK) - 7" EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (original release)

Wren Records WRE 1048 (UK) - 7" EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (reissue)

SAIN Records (UK) - CD release (2013)

The group's name is given as both "Hogiau'r Wyddfa" or "Hogia'r Wyddfa" on the sleeve and labels of the EP. There are two record label variants, both in the same sleeve. Both have similar typeface  with "Made in Wales" in the copyright text in the circumference. There are only two differences:

  1. Date of release (June, 1968) only present in the record with white labels.
  2. The name of the band is "Hogiau'r Wyddfa", as on the front sleeve (white labels) and "Hogia'r Wyddfa" (blue labels) (it's possible that "Hogiau" or "Hogia" meaning "lads" is a Welsh slang word with variant spellings)

The song can be found on CD on their 2013 SAIN Records 8CD boxed set "Y Casgliad Llawn [The Complete Collection]"! The group's name there is "Hogia'r Wyddfa".

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Raquel Rastenni - "Hils Hjemme [Green Island]"/"Kun Vinden Gi'r Dig Svar [Only The Wind Gives You Answers (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - mono 7" single, Sonet T 8313 (Denmark), 1968:


Sonet T 8313 (Denmark) - 7" single front scan by Manuel García Jara
Raquel Rastenni represented Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest (1958). This mono 7" single has her version of Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side with Danish lyrics by Thøger Olesen and the title translated as "Kun Vinden Gi'r Dig Svar [Only The Wind Gives You Answers]". As with 1960s Danish Dylan singles, the rear sleeve is plain white.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Sonet T 8313 (Denmark) - 7" single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)


Sonet T 8313 (Denmark) - 7" single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (with Dylan cover)

 

The Vergers - "Vinden Ger Svar [The Wind Gives Answers (Blowin' In The Wind)]"/"Amen, Lovet Och Priset [Amen, Blessing and Glory]" - 7" mono single, Kyrkoton 502 (Sweden), 1968:


Kyrkoton 502 (Sweden) - 7" mono single front of insert scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1)
This very rare Swedish single includes a cover of Blowin' In The Wind with the usual Swedish translation by Tore Lagergren on the A-side. The sleeve is the usual Scandinavian folded insert, folding in the centre so the bottom half is the rear. Bob's name is misspelled as "Bob Dilan" on the front and on the A-side record label. Blowin' In The Wind is shown as "Vinder Ger Svar" on the front of the insert, but as "Och Vinden Ger Svar [And The Wind Gives Answers]" on the rear of the insert and the A-side  record label.

This is another Christian connection. The name of the band, The Vergers, is translated on the rear of the insert as "Kyrkotjänarna [the Church Ones]". The label Kyrkoton specialised in Christian music ("Kyrkot" = "Christian Church"). The record labels have a design with church windows, and there are mentions of the Gospel of St. John and other Christian contents in the notes on the rear of the insert.


Kyrkoton 502 (Sweden) - 7" mono single unfolded insert, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1)


Kyrkoton 502 (Sweden) - 7" mono single unfolded insert, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

Kyrkoton 502 (Sweden) - 7" mono single front of insert scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

Kyrkoton 502 (Sweden) - 7" mono single rear of insert scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1)

Kyrkoton 502 (Sweden) - 7" mono single rear of insert scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

Kyrkoton 502 (Sweden) - 7" mono single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (both variants)

There are two variants of the insert for this Swedish EP. The second is also a folded Scandinavian insert but now the front is a slightly darker blue and there are two noticeable differences on the rear: it has the printed (not stamped) extra text "Evangelii Center/Borlänge" at top right and the printer's name at bottom left is now "SIB/ tryck/TUMBA" instead of "AB IRKA - TRYCK".

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Waldemar Matuška - "Vitr To Vi [The Wind Knows (Blowin' In The Wind)]"/"Kotva Na Pridi [Anchor At The Bow]" - 7" mono single,  Supraphon 0 43 0507 (Czechoslovakia), 1968:


Supraphon 0 43 0507 (Czechoslovakia) - 7" mono single front scan by Ronald Born (generic)

Supraphon 0 43 0507 (Czechoslovakia) - 7" mono single rear scan by Ronald Born (specific to this single)

Supraphon 0 43 0507 (Czechoslovakia) - 7" mono single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (includes Dylan cover)

Supraphon 0 43 0507 (Czechoslovakia) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan material)


Supraphon 0 43 0507 (Czechoslovakia) - 7" mono single A-side in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (includes Dylan cover)


Supraphon 0 43 0507 (Czechoslovakia) - 7" mono single B-side in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan material)

Ronald Born's copy of this Czech 7" mono single comes in a picture sleeve with a generic front used for several Supraphon Waldemar Matuška singles. The rear sleeve is specific to this single. Manuel's copy of this Czech 7" mono single comes in a Supraphon generic sleeve.

Blowin' In The Wind is translated into Czech as "Vitr To Vi [The Wind Knows]" by Ivo Fischer. There was a 1965 Czech release by Judita Čeřovská with Blowin' In The Wind translated as "Jen Vítr To Ví A Mlčí Dál [Only The Wind Knows This And Is Silent Beyond]" with different Czech lyrics by Zdenec Barovec, see Blowin' In The Wind Covers 1963-65. For a 1967 Supraphon cover of When The Ship Comes In by Waldemar Matuška, see Honourable Mentions. For a 1970 Supraphon cover of Blowin' In The Wind by the Gustav Brom Orchestra see Blowin' In The Wind Covers 1970s Onwards.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Ronald Born for information and scans.


Luis Amilibia: "Chantes Basques Modernes [Modern Basque Songs]" - 4-Track Mono EP, Agorila AG 60-41 (France/Spain), 1968:


Agorila AG 60-41 (France/Spain) - 7" mono EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
This mono EP by the Spanish Basque singer Luis Amilibia includes the first Dylan cover ever sung in Euskera: Blowin' In The Wind translated as "Entzun Aizetan". This is the second of two EPs of this artist with the same title, Chants Basques Modernes [Modern Basque Songs], with similar artwork.
Agorila AG 60-41 (France) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Agorila AG 60-41 (Spain) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Agorila AG 60-41 (France/Spain) - 7" mono EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara


Agorila AG 60-27 (France) - 7" mono EP front scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan material)

Although the artist and his band, Los Naya, were all Spanish, these EPs were recorded in France and published by a small French label, Agorila, based in Bayonne (French Basque Country). This explains the French title of the EP. Chants Basques Modernes means "recent songs sung in Euskera" (usually the Euskera language was used only for Basque traditional songs). The sleeve notes are in Euskera and in French, but the most important point is that this cover of Blowin' In The Wind is not a direct translation from the original English lyrics: it is a translation into Euskera made by Father N. Etxaniz of the French translation by Pierre Dorsey (who is wrongly credited as Pierre Dorsay on the rear sleeve and the Side 1 record label) For this reason, this version has the subtitle "Écoute Dans Le Vent". "Entzun Aizetan [Listening In The Wind]" is the Euskera title on the front and the rear of the sleeve, but on the Side 1 label it is spelled as "Antzun Aisetan" and this performance can be found elsewhere as "Entzun Haizetan"!

There was also an extremely rare copy made in France for Spain. The front sleeve and record labels are identical to the French release, but the rear sleeve has musician credits in Spanish. The sleeve notes are now in Euskera and Spanish instead of in Euskera and French, and the sides are shown as "Anverso [Obverse]" and "Reverso [Reverse]" (unusual Spanish names for Sides 1 and 2) instead of "Face 1" and "Face 2".

For a 1970 cover of Blowin' In The Wind by Juan Migel in Euskera with a different translation by the artist himself see Blowin' In The Wind Covers 1970s Onwards.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Ronald Born for information and scans.


Paul R. T. & The Rocking Skippers - "I Love You A Thousand Ways" - 7" mono EP release, Cogent Records CEE 2601 (Malaysia), 1968:


Cogent Records CEE 2601 (Malaysia) - 7" mono EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
This 7" mono EP was made by King Musical Industries Ltd., Selangor, Malaysia. Paul R.T. and the Rocking Skippers were a local Malaysian group. All songs are sung in English and a sheet with the lyrics is included. Blowin' In The Wind is track 1 on the B-side.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Cogent Records CEE 2601 (Malaysia) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Cogent Records CEE 2601 (Malaysia) - 7" mono EP lyrics sheet scan by Manuel García Jara


Cogent Records CEE 2601 (Malaysia) - 7" mono EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

1969


The Hollies - "Hollies Sing Dylan" - LP releases, Parlophone PCS 7078 (UK stereo)/PMC 7078  (UK mono), 1969; "Words And Music By Bob Dylan" - LP release, Epic BN 26447 (USA stereo), 1969:


Parlophone PCS 7078 (UK stereo)/PMC 7078 (UK mono) - LP front scan from www.discogs.com
The Hollies' decision to make this album including their cover of Blowin' In The Wind was the reason Graham Nash left the band! Graham wanted to perform his own material including Marrakesh Express, which he released with Crosby, Stills and Nash. The album was released in the USA with a different front design using the same photo as Words And Music By Bob Dylan.
Parlophone PMC 7078 (UK mono) - LP rear scan from www.discogs.com

Epic BN 26447 (USA stereo) - LP front scan from www.discogs.com

The Hollies - "Listen To Me"/"Blowin' In The Wind" - mono 7" single releases, Parlophone SD 6050 (Sweden), 1968, re-released 1969; Hansa 14.161 AT (West Germany), 1968:


Parlophone SD 6050 (Sweden) - 7" mono single front scan by Manuel García Jara (1968 release)
This Swedish single with Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side is dated 1968, so must precede the album above. In the UK the B-side of Listen To Me was Do The Best You Can, also including Graham Nash. The second Swedish single shown is still dated 1968, but must be a later release. This time the front and rear of the sleeve are the same, and the Parlophone record labels are completely different. The green/white circular "NK" sticker on the front sleeve is from Nordiska Kompagniet, the biggest department store in Stockholm.

The West German single from 1968 has the same tracks but is on the Hansa label and has completely different artwork.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Lars M. Banke for information and scans.


Parlophone SD 6050 (Sweden) - 7" mono single rear scan by Manuel García Jara (1968 release)

Hansa 14.161 AT (West Germany) - 7" mono single front scan by Manuel García Jara

Hansa 14.161 AT (West Germany) - 7" mono single rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Hansa 14.161 AT (West Germany) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara


Parlophone SD 6050 (Sweden) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (1968 release)


Parlophone SD 6050 (Sweden) - 7" mono single front with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara (1969 release - rear is the same without the sticker)


Parlophone SD 6050 (Sweden) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (1969 release)

The Hollies - "Blowin' In The Wind"/"Wheels On Fire (This Wheel's On Fire)" - mono 7" single release, Parlophone SD 6050 (NL), 1969 (two variants):


Parlophone 5 0006.04137 M (NL) - 7" mono single
front scan by Manuel García Jara (first variant - green/yellow)
The sleeve of this Dutch 7"mono single with two songs from the Hollies Sing Dylan album has a colour variant: the first copy shown has green and yellow text while the second has green and orange. Apart from the push-out centre, missing in one copy (not a real variant) the record labels are slightly different: there is more space between "45 rpm" and the catalogue number in the record with the push-out centre.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Parlophone 5 0006.04137 M (NL) - 7" mono single front scan by Manuel García Jara (second variant - green/orange)

Parlophone 5 0006.04137 M (NL) - 7" mono single rear scan by Manuel García Jara (first variant - green/yellow)

Parlophone 5 0006.04137 M (NL) - 7" mono single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (first variant)

Parlophone 5 0006.04137 M (NL) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (first variant)

Parlophone 5 0006.04137 M (NL) - 7" mono single rear scan by Manuel García Jara (second variant - green/orange)

Parlophone 5 0006.04137 M (NL) - 7" mono single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (second variant)

Parlophone 5 0006.04137 M (NL) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (second variant)

The Hollies - "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" - mono 7" EP release, Parlophone EPEA 1005 (Singapore/Malaysia/Hong Kong), 1969:


Parlophone EPEA 1005 (Singapore/Malaysia/Hong Kong) - 7" mono EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
This 1969 mono EP was pressed in Singapore, and also sold in Malaysia and Hong Kong. Blowin' In The Wind is track 2 on the B-side.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Parlophone EPEA 1005 (Singapore/Malaysia/Hong Kong) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Parlophone EPEA 1005 (Singapore/Malaysia/Hong Kong) - 7" mono EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

The Hollies - "The Day That Curly Billy Shot Down Crazy Sam McGee"/"Blowin' In The Wind" - stereo 7" single release, Br. Music 45230 (NL), 1989:


Br. Music 45230 (NL) - 7" stereo single front scan by Manuel García Jara
This 1989 Dutch reissue single with Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side was licensed from EMI by Br. Music.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Br. Music 45230 (NL) - 7" stereo single rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Br. Music 45230 (NL) - 7" stereo single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Michael with Salt & Pepper - "Tower Of Strength"/"Vinden Ger Svar [The Wind Gives Answers (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - mono 7" single, Blueberry Records BB 10-05 (Sweden), 1969:


Blueberry Records BB 10-05 (Sweden) - 7" mono single front scan by Manuel García Jara
This is another cover of Blowin' In The Wind with Swedish lyrics by Tore Lagergren ("Vinden Ger Svar") on the B-side of this 7" mono single. The front and rear sleeves are identical but the rear sleeve has a green sticker with "NK" from Nordiska Kompagniet as the second Listen To Me Hollies single above.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara and Lars M. Banke for information and scans.


Blueberry Records BB 10-05 (Sweden) - 7" mono single rear with sticker, scan by Manuel García Jara

Blueberry Records BB 10-05 (Sweden) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Gun Sjöberg - "Härlig Att Vara [Lovely To Be]"/"Vinden Ger Svar [The Wind Gives Answers (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - mono 7" single, Swede NHS-S 1021 (Sweden), 1969:


Swede NHS-S 1021 (Sweden) - 7" mono single insert scan by Manuel García Jara (reverse is the same)
This is yet another cover of Blowin' In The Wind with Swedish lyrics by Tore Lagergren ("Vinden Ger Svar") on the B-side of this 7" mono single. This single comes in a generic sleeve with an unfolded insert that is the same on both sides.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Swede NHS-S 1021 (Sweden) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Max Romeo - "Blowin' In The Wind"/"Love The Way You Love" - mono 7" single, Nu-Beat Records NB,022 (UK), 1969:


Nu-Beat Records NB,022 (UK) - 7" mono single A-side in generic sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara
Max Romeo (Maxwell Livingston Smith) was a Jamaican reggae singer who achieved notoriety in 1968 with his earlier single Wet Dream, which was banned by the BBC, but still became a Top Ten Hit in the UK. This single came in a generic Pama Records sleeve.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


The Insects - "The Insects" - mono 7" EP, Zeus Records CF 202 (UK), 1969:


Zeus Records CF 202 (UK) - 7" EP front scan by Manuel García Jara
This very rare EP is a semi-private release from Zeus Records, made by an unknown band of students from Summer Field Preparatory School, Oxford. There are no composer credits on the rear sleeve. Their cover of Blowin' In The Wind is track 1 on the A-side. Both the rear sleeve and record labels are dated 1969.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Zeus Records CF 202 (UK) - 7" EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Zeus Records CF 202 (UK) - 7" EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Bobby Doyle - "River Deep , Mountain High"/"Blowin' In The Wind" - mono 7" EP, Warner Bros WB 1042 (Italy), 1969:


Warner Bros WB 1042 (Italy) - 7" single front scan by Manuel García Jara
Bobby Doyle was a blind jazz and blues singer from Texas. He was the leader of The Bobby Doyle Trio (another member was Kenny Rogers, the latterly successful country-pop singer). He also recorded many records as a soloist like this single. In 1972 he did some collaborations with the band Blood, Sweet & Tears, one member of which had been 1960s-70s Dylan band musician Al Kooper (see Honourable Mentions), although he'd left the band by that time.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Warner Bros WB 1042 (Italy) - 7" single rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Warner Bros WB 1042 (Italy) - 7" single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Our Future Feelings - "Blow[in'] In The Wind"/"Lady Lady" - mono 7" single, Platina PA 166 (Sweden), 1969 (two variants):


Platina PA 166 (Sweden) - 7" single front of folded insert, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1 - rear is the same)
The front sleeve of this 1969 Swedish single gets the title of the song wrong! The rear sleeve is the same as the front. Blowin' In The Wind is printed correctly on the A-side record label. The B-side, Lady Lady, is not Bob's song Lay, Lady, Lay but a different song credited to "Andersson-Pilnäs".

As well as being released with an insert that was the same on both front and rear, as shown on left, the single was also released with an insert as shown on right. The bottom half of the insert (the rear) is plain white.

There are also differences in the record labels to the right of the centre hole: the first variant has the "NCB" logo and "(P) 1969"; the second variant has "C.C." and the text "Recording First Published 1969".

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Platina PA 166 (Sweden) - 7" single unfolded insert, scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

Platina PA 166 (Sweden) - 7" single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

Platina PA 166 (Sweden) - 7" single A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1)

Diana Ross & The Supremes - "Some Day We'll Be Together" - mono 7" EP, Tamla Motown 016-91 064 (Portugal)/Tamla Motown TME-202 (Singapore), 1969:


Tamla Motown 016-91 064 (Portugal) - front of 7" mono EP scan by Manuel García Jara
These mono EPs contain the title track on the A-side, Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side, but the other two tracks are different.
Tamla Motown 016-91 064 (Portugal) - rear of 7" mono EP scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown 016-91 064 (Portugal) - B-side of 7" mono EP scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown TME-202 (Singapore) - front of 7" mono EP scan by Manuel García Jara (rear is the same)

Tamla Motown TME-202 (Singapore) - B-side of 7" mono EP scan by Manuel García Jara

The Singapore EP sleeve is the same both sides. It does not have a country of origin on either the sleeve or the record labels.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Diana Ross & The Supremes - "Cream Of The Crop" - stereo 7" EP, Tamla Motown SJET-544 (Japan), 1969:


Tamla Motown SJET-544 (Japan) - front of 7" stereo EP scan by Manuel García Jara
This very rare stereo EP also contains Someday We'll be Together on the A-side and Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side, but the other two tracks are different again. The English lyrics of the A-side tracks are printed on the rear sleeve and the B-side lyrics are on a single-sided insert. Blowin' In The Wind is correct on the sleeve front and the B-side label, but listed incorrectly as "Blowin' In The Wind" on the insert.
Tamla Motown SJET-544 (Japan) - front of 7" stereo EP scan by Manuel García Jara

Tamla Motown SJET-544 (Japan) - front of 7" insert scan by Manuel García Jara (rear is blank)

Tamla Motown SJET-544 (Japan) - A-side of 7" stereo EP scan by Manuel García Jara (no Dylan)

Tamla Motown SJET-544 (Japan) - B-side of 7" stereo EP scan by Manuel García Jara (includes Dylan cover)

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Johnny Reimar - "Lille Eva [Little Eva]"/"Kun Vinden Gi'r Dig Svar [Only The Wind Gives You Answers (Blowin' In The Wind)]" - mono 7" single, Philips PF 355356 (Sweden), 1969:


Philips PF 355356 (Sweden) - 7" mono single front scan by Manuel García Jara
This mono 7" single was made in Sweden but must have been intended for the Danish market. The rear sleeve is blank. It has has his version of Blowin' In The Wind on the B-side with the Danish lyrics by Thøger Olesen and the title translated as "Kun Vinden Gi'r Dig Svar [Only The Wind Gives You Answers]".

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Philips PF 355356 (Sweden) - 7" mono single rear scan by Manuel García Jara


Philips PF 355356 (Sweden) - 7" mono single B-side scan by Manuel García Jara


Lon Satton - "Destiny (Je N'Aime Pas Le Bruit [I Don't Like The Noise])"/"Blowin' In The Wind" - mono 7" promo single, Mercury MF 1117 (UK), 1969:


Mercury MF 1117 (UK) - 7" mono single B-side in Mercury sleeve, scan by Manuel García Jara
The copy shown is a white label promo. His cover of Blowin' In The Wind is on the B-side.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


The Souls - "El Amor Es Triste [Love Is Sad]" - 4-track mono EP, FM EFM-001 (Mexico), 1969:


FM EFM-001 (Mexico) - 7" mono EP front scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1)
This EP includes a cover of Blowin' In The Wind (track 2 on the B-side) translated on the sleeve as "La Respuesta Está En El Viento [The Answer Is In The Wind" (as usual in Northern Latin American countries such as Mexico, Colombia or Venezuela. (In Southern Latin American countries such as Argentina, Uruguay or Chile the usual translation was "Soplando En El Viento [Blowin' In The Wind".) However the translation on the B-side record label is just "La Respuesta En El Viento [The Answer In The Wind]" with the literal English translation "The Answer Is In The Wind" instead of the original title. Bob Dylan is wrongly credited as "Bob Dilon".

Manuel has a second copy with a noticeably darker orange sleeve. The text layout on the record labels is quite different from that of the first copy's labels, but Bob is still wrongly listed as "Bob Dilon"!

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


FM EFM-001 (Mexico) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1)

FM EFM-001 (Mexico) - 7" mono EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 1)

FM EFM-001 (Mexico) - 7" mono EP front scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

FM EFM-001 (Mexico) - 7" mono EP rear scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

FM EFM-001 (Mexico) - 7" mono EP A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2 - no Dylan material)

FM EFM-001 (Mexico) - 7" mono EP B-side scan by Manuel García Jara (variant 2)

Unknown Artist - "Folk Song" - mono 7" flexidisc single, Pocket Record 6 (Belgium), (date?):


Pocket Record 6 (Belgium) - front scan by Manuel García Jara
This undated Belgian flexidisc is #6 in the "Pocket Record Collection" series, given away free with some purchases. The artists are unidentified. The B-side of the flexidisc is a medley of Oh! Suzannah, My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean and She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain. The previous releases were 1 - New Orleans, 2 - Mexican sound, 3- Just Guitar, 4 - Experience, 5 - Pop Classic.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


Pocket Record 6 (Belgium) - rear scan by Manuel García Jara

Pocket Record 6 (Belgium) - flexidisc A-side scan by Manuel García Jara

Because of the great length of the original page, it has been divided in three parts, of which this is Part 2. Parts 1 and 3 are here, along with a page devoted to the large number of releases by Peter, Paul & Mary containing Blowin' In The Wind:


Blowin' In The Wind Covers 1963-65


Blowin' In The Wind Covers by Peter, Paul & Mary, Jun 1963 onwards


Blowin' In The Wind Covers 1970s Onwards


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