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The Bootleg Series Vol. 15 - Travelin' Thru 1967-1969 (2019)

This page is part of a list of original releases by release date of international commercially-released regular stereo Dylan albums. They do not contain rarities or obscurities and are not eligible for the Searching For A Gem list. Nevertheless, their interest value or scarcity means they're worth listing here - as far as I know some are not included on any other Internet site. Promo releases of regular albums are now listed here and no longer In The former yearly Promo sections.

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Revised 04 August, 2020.


 

The 2CD version of this album was released in the USA and Europe on 19 Jun 2020 and the 2LP version on 10 Jul 2020, the Japanese 2CD release on 8 Jul 2020. Badlands in the UK are offering the 2LP version of Rough And Rowdy Ways in olive-green vinyl while JPC in Germany are offering the set in yellow-gold vinyl. These are indeed two distinct coloured versions for independent stores only. Harold Lepidus confirms independent stores in the USA are offering the olive-green version as well. The CD and vinyl Limited Editions both include an A5 art print of the cover photo, which is a colourised version of a black-and-white shot by Ian Berry taken in 1964 in an underground club principally for black people in Cable Street, East London, aimed at the Windrush Generation of Afro-Caribbean immigrants to the UK. Cable Street was best known for "the Battle of Cable Street", a clash between members of Oswald Moseley's British Union of Fascists and anti-fascist protestors on 4 Oct 1936. Online claims that the cover photo was taken in a chitlin circuit venue, or juke joint, in the United States, are wrong, and the photo has been previously used on a UK "Mojo" magazine cover CD. The official Bob Dylan shop in the UK is offering a "lobby card" with the black vinyl edition. Lobby cards were typically 11" x 14" or 8" x 10" in size and used to promote films - a series of eight stills from a current or upcoming film would be displayed in the lobbies of cinemas in order to tempt potential customers to see the picture. This lobby card will be 10" x 8" (25cm x 20cm). The font used for the album title is either Latin #2 Compressed or Latin Compress.

Both the 2CD and 2LP sets are housed in gatefold sleeves. The album consists of ten songs and lasts around 71 mins. Of the three songs released earlier (see below), I Contain Multitudes and False Prophet are on CD1/Record 1, while Murder Most Foul (16:53) is on CD2 and one side of Record 2 on its own.

The title of the album is taken from a 1929 Jimmie Rodgers 78 rpm single B-side, My Rough And Rowdy Ways, Victor 22220 (USA), and later the title track of an album My Rough & Rowdy Ways, RCA Victor RPM-2112 (USA), 1960. It's also included on the 2013 RCA/Legacy 2CD set The Essential Jimmie Rodgers, but not on the 1997 single CD compilation with the same name. Thanks to Rod MacBeath for finding two 1998 compilations from Yazoo in the USA called My Rough And Rowdy Ways: Early American Rural Music - Badman Ballads And Hellraising Songs Vols. 1 & 2 (YAZOO 2039 and 2040). Neither actually contains the Jimmie Rodgers song.

From left to right: Jimmie Rodgers; Maybelle (Addington) Carter, wife of Ezra "Eck" Carter and mother of Helen, June and Anita; Alvin Pleasant "A. P." Carter, Sara (Dougherty) Carter, wife of A. P. and Maybelle's cousin.

The gatefold sleeve inside photo is again colourised, this time a famous shot of Jimmie Rodgers with the Carter Family taken on Main Street, Louisville, KY, 10 Jun 1931. The sepia coloured full frame shot comes from the book included with the 2011 Bear Family Germany 5CD boxed set The Bristol Sessions 1927-28: The Big Bang of Country Music with tracks recorded at Victor Records, Bristol, TN. The photo in black-and-white is on the front of the Carter Family album Sunshine In The Shadows (Rounder Records, USA, 1996, reissued by Reborn Recordings in 2019). Advance photos show the coloured vinyl editions of the album in a different inside gatefold sleeve from that of the black vinyl edition, with a different crop of the photo. However, all commercial copies of the album now come in exactly the same sleeve, the one shown for the coloured vinyl copies.

Three tracks from the album were released early online: Murder Most Foul (27 Mar 2020), I Contain Multitudes (17 Apr 2020) and False Prophet (8 May 2020). Although Bob described Murder Most Foul as "This is an unreleased song we recorded a while back that you might find interesting" and the lyrics refer to the assassination having taken places "fifty years ago" (2013), best information is that all this set was recorded at Sound City or Groove Masters Studios, Los Angeles, CA, in Jan-Feb 2020. Speculation that the album contains some previously unreleased songs from Bob's 21st Century recording sessions appears unfounded.

CD and Vinyl Tracklist:

CD1:
I Contain Multitudes; False Prophet*; My Own Version Of You; I've Made Up My Mind To Give Myself To You; Black Rider; Goodbye Jimmy Reed**; Mother Of Muses; Crossing The Rubicon; Key West (Philosopher's Pirate).

CD2:
Murder Most Foul.

LP1
Side 1 - I Contain Multitudes; False Prophet*; My Own Version Of You. Side 2 - I've Made Up My Mind To Give Myself To You; Black Rider; Goodbye Jimmy Reed**.

LP2
Side 1 - Mother Of Muses; Crossing The Rubicon; Key West (Philosopher's Pirate). Side 2 - Murder Most Foul.

*Sonny Boy McFitzson says that verses six and seven from the published lyrics of False Prophet are reversed.

**He adds that Goodbye Jimmy Reed was probably inspired by Jimmy's 1958 song Down In Virginia (Vee-Jay Records VJ 287). It can also be found on the 1969 Bluesway album Down In Virginia.

"Goodbye Jimmy Reed, and everything within ya
Can't you hear me calling from down in Virginia?"


Vee-Jay Records VJ 287 (USA, 1958) - 78 rpm single

Thanks to Harold Lepidus, Dag Braathen, Colin Hindson, Steve Perrin, Sonny Boy McFitzson, Gerd Rundel, Stacy Stephens and Éamonn Ó Catháin for information.


Vinyl Releases


"Rough And Rowdy Ways" - 2LP sets, Columbia 19439780991 (USA), 17 Jul 2020; Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe), 17 Jul 2020:
The catalogue numbers for the different coloured releases are: Black vinyl - 19439780991; Gold vinyl: 19439783301; Yellow vinyl: 19439783321; Olive green vinyl: 19439783421.


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - front with sticker, scan by Fred Muller (black vinyl copy bought in New Zealand)

It appears that the version to be sold in Japan will be imported from Europe, although the picture found by Sonny Boy McFitzson seems to show the records are in lighter green vinyl.

European "gold" vinyl copies have a sticker with "LIMITED EDITION YELLOW VINYL", whereas copies sold in the USA have a sticker with "LIMITED EDITION GOLD VINYL" and a different catalogue number. The "olive green" copy shown is actually in mottled gold/olive green, not pure olive green as shown in the advance photo. The rear sleeves of the coloured vinyl editions have stickers over the barcodes, so one sleeve with catalogue number and barcode  "19439780991" was printed for all four releases.

Fred Muller's black vinyl copy bought in New Zealand has discs made in Europe as the other copies shown here.


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - front sticker scan by Fred Muller (black vinyl copy bought in New Zealand)


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - picture from Badlands (black vinyl)


Columbia/Sony Music 19439783421 (Europe) - picture from Badlands (olive vinyl)


Columbia/Sony Music 19439783421 (Europe) - scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (olive vinyl)


Columbia/Sony Music 19439783421 (Europe) - detail of rear with barcode sticker, photo by Éamonn Ó Catháin (olive vinyl, sleeve has "19439780991")


Columbia/Sony Music 19439783421 (Europe) - picture from Michel Pomarede ("olive" vinyl)


Columbia/Sony Music 19439783301 (Europe) - picture from JPC.DE (gold vinyl)


Columbia 194397823421 (Europe imported into Japan) - picture from Sony Music Japan web-site ("mint green" vinyl?)


Columbia/Sony Music 19439783321 (Europe) - front with sticker, photo by Tim Prince (yellow vinyl)


Columbia/Sony Music 19439783321 (Europe) - front sticker photo by Tim Prince (yellow vinyl)

Columbia/Sony Music 19439783321 (Europe) - detail of rear with barcode sticker, photo by Tim Prince (yellow vinyl)

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - front scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - rear with "19439783421" sticker, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (olive vinyl)

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - left of inside gatefold sleeve, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - right of inside gatefold sleeve, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Columbia 19439783301 (USA) - photo from Éamonn Ó Catháin (gold vinyl)


Columbia 19439783301 (USA) - front sticker photo from Éamonn Ó Catháin (gold vinyl)


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - front of inside sleeve for Record 1, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - rear of inside sleeve for Record 1, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - Side 1 scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Record 1, Side 1)

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - detail of Side 1, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Sides 2-4 have the same text)

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - detail of Side 1, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (black vinyl catalogue number)

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - Side 2 scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Record 1, Side 1)


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - front of inside sleeve for Record 2, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - reart of inside sleeve for Record 2, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - Side 3 scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Record 2, Side 1)

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - detail of Side 3, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (black vinyl catalogue number)

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - Side 4 scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Record 2, Side 2)


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780991 (Europe) - spines of two different copies, scans by Sonny Boy McFitzson (black and coloured vinyl editions have the same spine text)

Thanks to Sonny Boy McFitzson, Éamonn Ó Catháin, Michel Pomarede and Tim Prince for information and pictures.


CD Releases


"Rough And Rowdy Ways" - 2CD sets, Columbia 19439780982 (USA/Canada), 19 Jun 2020:

Columbia 19439780982 (USA), 19 Jun 2020:


Columbia 19439780982 (USA) - front with sticker, scan by Jens Winter

All 2CD releases of the album come in a folded card sleeve with two pockets for the discs. On the US and European sleeve these pockets open from the inside centre of the unfolded sleeve. The front of the card sleeve has a clear sticker on the shrink-wrap. The US CDs were made in Germany but have the US FBI Anti-Piracy warning to the left of the centre hole. Gerd Rundel's copy has two discs that are the same colour as the Canadian and European discs - CD1 yellow and CD2 olive. The discs of Jens Winter's copy are both approximately the same colour - this must be a factory error.


Columbia 19439780982 (USA) - front sticker scan by Jens Winter

Columbia 19439780982 (USA/Canada) - rear scan by Gerd Rundel

Columbia 19439780982 (USA) - CD1 scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia 19439780982 (USA) - detail of CD1, scan by Gerd Rundel


Columbia 19439780982 (USA) - CD2 scan by Gerd Rundel

Columbia 19439780982 (USA) - detail of CD2, scan by Gerd Rundel

Columbia 19439780982 (USA) - alternate CD1 scan by Jens Winter (same colour as CD2)


Columbia 19439780982 (USA/Canada) - outside of unfolded card sleeve, scan by Jack from Canada


Columbia 19439780982 (USA/Canada) - inside of unfolded card sleeve, scan by Jack from Canada


Columbia 19439780982 (USA) - alternate CD2 scan by Jens Winter (same as Gerd's copy)


Columbia 19439780982 (USA/Canada) - detail of outside of card sleeve, scan by Gerd Rundel (US address, discs made in Germany)

Columbia 19439780982 (Canada), 19 Jun 2020:


Columbia 19439780982 (Canada) - front of card sleeve with sticker, scan by Jack from Canada


Columbia 19439780982 (Canada) - front sticker scan by Jack from Canada


Columbia RD1-19439780982 (Canada) - CD1 scan by Jack from Canada

Columbia RD1-19439780982 (Canada) - detail of CD1, scan by Jack from Canada


Columbia RD2-19439780982 (Canada) - CD2 scan by Jack from Canada


Columbia RD2-19439780982 (Canada) - detail of CD2, scan by Jack from Canada

This Canadian release comes in the US card sleeve illustrated above, with what looks like the same front sticker. The discs are unique to Canada but like the US discs were made in Germany.

Thanks to Jack from Canada, Jens Winter and Gerd Rundel for information and scans.


"Rough And Rowdy Ways" - 2CD set, Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe), 19 Jun 2020:


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - front of sealed copy with sticker (my copy)

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - front sticker

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - rear of sealed copy

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - CD1

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - detail of CD1 ("Made in the EU")

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - A5 print (includes Sony Music logo)

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - CD2

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - outside of unfolded card sleeve

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - inside of unfolded card sleeve with disc pockets accessible from the centre


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - detail of rear of card sleeve ("Made in the EU", includes Sony Music logo)

The European 2CD release just has "Made in the EU" on the sleeve and discs, which were probably also made in Germany. Sony's CD plant was previously situated in Austria.


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - rear of sealed pack from FNAC Spain with coaster 1, photo by David Abarca
Thanks to David Abarca for news that FNAC in Spain are selling the 2CD version of the album with a pack of coasters (posavos). David McBride has found an eBay seller asking €39.99 for one of these, something you can buy new for €15.99! It's not even a promo, just a regular purchase, so he's misrepresenting the item.
Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - rear of sealed pack from FNAC Spain with coaster 2, photo by David Abarca

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Europe) - rear of sealed pack from FNAC Spain with coaster 3, photo by David Abarca

Thanks to David Abarca for information and pictures.


"Rough And Rowdy Ways" - 2CD set, Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Australia/NZ), 19 Jun 2020:


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Australia/NZ) - front of sealed copy with sticker, scan by Bill Hester

This copy was bought in Wellington, New Zealand. There was no art print or lobby card. Both the rear sleeve and the CDs have "Distributed in Australia by Sony Music Entertainment Pty Ltd." On the inside sleeve of my European copy the pockets for the discs are accessible from the centre, on the Australian copy they are accessible from the outside edges with noticeable curved lines in the centre. The US and Canadian sleeves appear to be similar to mine.


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Australia/NZ) - front sticker scan by Bill Hester

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Australia/NZ) - rear of sealed copy, scan by Bill Hester

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Australia/NZ) - CD1 scan by Bill Hester

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Australia/NZ) - detail of CD1, scan by Bill Hester ("Distributed in Australia by Sony Music Entertainment Pty Ltd.")

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Australia/NZ) - outside of unfolded card sleeve, scan by Bill Hester

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Australia/NZ) - inside of unfolded card sleeve with disc pockets accessible from the edges and curved lines in the centre, scan by Bill Hester

Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Australia/NZ) - CD2 scan by Bill Hester


Columbia/Sony Music 19439780982 (Australia/NZ) - detail of rear of card sleeve, scan by Bill Hester ("Distributed in Australia by Sony Music Entertainment Pty Ltd.")

Thanks to Bill Hester for information and scans.


"Rough And Rowdy Ways" - 2CD sets, Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan), 8 Jul 2020 (two editions):
Thanks to Sonny Boy McFitzson for information that the Japanese 2CD release also comes in a gatefold card sleeve and costs ¥3,000.


Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Limited Edition)
There were two slightly different editions released in Japan - the Limited Edition comes with a voucher to win a signed lobby card, the Standard Edition does not.
Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - detail of obi, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Limited Edition)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Standard Edition)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - detail of obi, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Standard Edition)


Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - rear with obi, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Limited Edition)


Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - obi scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Limited Edition)


Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - outside of unfolded card sleeve, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)


Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - inside of unfolded card sleeve with voucher, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Limited Edition)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - voucher for draw entry, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Limited Edition)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - olive green poster, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - inside of unfolded card sleeve, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - outside of booklet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Limited Edition)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - plastic bag for CDs, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - signed lobby card picture from www.sonymusic.co.jp (Limited Edition)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - rear of booklet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Limited Edition)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - rear of booklet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Standard Edition)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - inside pages 2-3 of booklet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - Bob's signature picture from www.sonymusic.co.jp

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - postcard front scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - inside pages 14-15 of booklet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - inside pages 24-25 of booklet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - postcard back scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - picture from page 15 of booklet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - original of picture from page 24 of booklet, photo found by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - inside pages 50-51 of booklet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - sheet holder for Murder Most Foul, front scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Tower Records)

Sony Music SICP-6341 (Japan) - CD1 scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - sheet holder for Murder Most Foul, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Tower Records)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - sheet holder for Murder Most Foul, rear scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Tower Records)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - postcard in sheet holder for Murder Most Foul, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (Tower Records)

Sony Music SICP-6341 (Japan) - detail of CD1, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)

Sony Music SICP-6342 (Japan) - CD2 scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - sheet holder for False Prophet, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (HMV)

Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - postcard front and back, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson

Sony Music SICP-6342 (Japan) - detail of CD2, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)


Sony Music SICP-6341~6342 (Japan) - detail of outside of unfolded card sleeve, scan by Sonny Boy McFitzson (both editions)

The front of the obi says:

"Dylan proves being Dylan. The first album of original songs after receiving The Nobel Prize in 2016! Rough and ROADY Ways.
Commentaries: Heckel Sugano, Kenta Hagiwara transcribed and translated: Goro Nakagawa".

The obi has a release date of "20-7-8" (8 Jul 2020), an original release date of "20-6-19" (19 Jun 2020) and a withdrawal date of "21-3-7" (7 Mar 2021). Purchasers can send in vouchers to enter a draw to win a lobby card signed by Bob (apparently Bob has signed thirteen of them and Norwegian store Platekompaniet is also offering a chance to win one). On the Limited Edition obi "BOB DYLAN" is in white on a black background, but on the Standard Edition obi "BOB DYLAN" is in black.

Japanese retailers are also offering bonuses: thin plastic sheet holders for Murder Most Foul (Tower Records) and False Prophet (HMV) or a postcard (other shops). They are not offering unsigned copies of the lobby card or the art print in Japan. "BOB DYLAN The New Album" is directly printed on to the bonus postcard, there is no clear sticker attached to the front of the sleeve as with other releases. The voucher and booklet are originally placed in the CD1 pocket. The CDs have "SONY MUSIC" instead of "COLUMBIA",

The Japanese language booklet has:
Pg.3-15: Rough and Rowdy chronicles from 27 Mar to 8 May, by Heckel Sugano. He guesses the album was recorded at Groove Masters Studio, Santa Monica, Jan-Feb, 2020.
The picture on page 15 has four copies/two variations of the olive green poster, location unknown.
Pg.16-24 track by track essay by Kenta Hagiwara

At the bottom of pg. 51 it says: "All lyrics were transcribed and translated except False Prophet and Murder Most Foul are officially registered lyrics". However, Sony Music Japan announced on 10 Jul 2020: "We are preparing a revised booklet with the official lyrics replacing transcribed lyrics, by sending in the lobby card voucher."! The now released Standard Edition contains the revised booklet. The back page of the Standard Edition Japanese language booklet is also different, with the picture of John F. Kennedy used for Murder Most Foul replacing the page of 2010s Dylan albums.

Purchasing at Tower Records Online includes entering a draw for the poster for 20 winners. Tower Records Shinjuku Tokyo and Tower Records Marubiru Osaka are displaying photo panels until 19 July 2020 as part of their Rough and Rowdy Ways promotions.

Thanks to Sonny Boy McFitzson for information and scans.


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