BOB DYLAN - THE FREEWHEELIN' - COLUMBIA TEST PRESSING WITH DIFFERENT TRACKLIST
BOB DYLAN - THE FREEWHEELIN' - COLUMBIA REFERENCE RECORDING -
TEST PRESSING - NOT FOR SALE - WITH DIFFERENT TRACKLIST
THIS COPY COMES FROM COLLECTION OF MY LOVED GRANDFATHER WHO
RECENTLY DIED , R.I.P..
HE WAS A GREAT JAZZ & ROCK RECORD COLLECTOR, SO I HAVE SOME OTHER GOOD LPs TO SELL , PLEASE CHECK MY OTHER AUCTIONS IN THE NEXT DAYS .
INFO ABOUT RECORD :
ARTIST: BOB DYLAN
TITLE OF THE ALBUM: THE FREEWHEELIN'
LABEL COLUMBIA REFERENCE RECORDING -TEST PRESSING - WITH DIFFERENT TRACK LIST
COUNTRY : USA
CONDITIONS COVER /RECORD : VG / VG+ to EXCELLENT
IF YOU HAVE ANY KIND OF QUESTIONS, PLEASE WRITE TO ME , I WILL REPLY TO YOU AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
SHIPPING USA 25 USD - EUROPE 15 EURO - JAPAN 30 USD
PAYPAL IS PREFFERED . GOOD LUCK
Due to the high numbers of questions I receive about this item, I'll give You more photos and info. For all guys who asked me about the year issue, I wish to specify that none year appears on the
white cover or foil attached but
I can say You that my grandfather bought all his records a lot of years ago, and mainly of them
(in particular Jazz Records but also Rock Albums)
directly from United States, so I can say You they are very old. As regards the conditions of cover and vinyl, I'll try to be more precise.
The cover is a white cover with a foil (sheet of paper) attached on
one side and another one attached on the other side. One of these two foil shows
the name of Artist and Title of the album written with a
fountain pen and tracklist with time. there is also a NOT FOR SALE sticker attached,
and COLUMBIA LOGO printed at the bottom. The cover is not
in great conditions, it shows the signes of time, in particular there are some stains
here and there and also a brown adhesive tape along one spine.
However I'll give You some photos more, so You could have an idea of cover conditions.
As the regards vinyl, the surface seems
in good state apart from some hairlines here and there, but there aren't any heavy damages
or heavy scratches, anyway it plays
with a little bit of surface noise, probably due to the "dust of time", however the sound is good to me and probably if You have
a record washing machine it will improve. Labels on the vinyl shows Columbia Recording Studios at the Top with address and logo,
and after there are titles of songs
printed with typewriter. As regards the tracklist, many of You asked to me why different,.....well it's simple,
there are different songs.
Sincerly I don't know why, a friend of mine noticed this particular,....but seems an oddity. However, I'll give You some photos
of the labels and the tracklist which is the following
Side I: Blowin' in the Wind - Rocks and Gravel - A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - Down the Highway -
Bob Dylan's Blues - Let Me Die in My Footsteps.
Side 2: Don't Think Twice, It's AllRight - Rambling, Gambling Willie - Oxford Town - Corinna, Corinna -
Talkin John Birch Paranoid Blues - Honey, Just Allow Me On e More Chance - I Shall Free.
Last but not least.....I wish to specify that I'm not a record collector, my grandad was, so ......sorry if my descriptions
are not accurate, I tried to do