BOB DYLAN MIXED UP CONFUSION/CORRINA CORRINA STOCK COPY
BOB DYLAN – MIXED UP CONFUSION b/w CORRINA, CORRINA - Columbia 4-43656 (U.S. 45 rpm Mono). Disc is VG++; STOCK COPY WITH PROMOTIONAL STICKER. JOHN HAMMOND CREDIT UNDER BOB DYLAN'S NAME.VARIANT #2
RESIDUE REMAINS FROM REMOVED ADDITIONAL PROMO STICKER ON THE CORRINA CORRINA SIDE AND AN "X"
HAS BEEN DRAWN ON THE SECOND CORRINA. BOTH SIDES BOAST THE ORIGINAL GLOSSY SHEEN ON THE VINYL
AND APPEARS TO BE UNPLAYED (SINCE 1962). A SIMILAR STOCK COPY WITHOUT THE "FOR DEMONSTRATION USE ONLY NOT FOR SALE" STICKER SOLD FOR $1,225.00 IN JULY 2008.
Mixed Up Confusion, Bob’s Dylan’s first-ever Columbia single. This, the original 45 rpm single, is the first of four different takes in circulation of this recording. It is label variant No. 2 with “Prod. By John Hammond,” below Dylan’s name at the bottom of the label. There are numerous other details to report on this very rare record, but to do so would take up way too much space here. Thus, I refer you to THE Dylan collectible website, Searching For A Gem, for everything you could possibly want to know about this recording: http://www.searchingforagem.com/1960s/1962.htm. Additionally, the flipside, Corrina, Corrina, is an alternate take to that found on the album “The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan.” [Due to their faster turning speed and wider groove spread, 45 rpm pressings exhibit more detailed playback than LP pressings, which turn slower and feature more compacted groove spread.]
Remember, this is out-of-print forever!
THIS AUCTION WILL NOT SHIP FIRST CLASS. IT WILL SHIP PRIORITY OR GLOBAL INTERNATIONAL WITH TRACKING.
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