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Bob Marley. Only 6 left in stock. Jimi Hendrix. Roxy Music. The tape boxes were made of black card, hinged at the left, with a wraparound label covering the front, spine and rear, and a second top label. Both tape reels are grey, but of different designs. Thanks to Hans Seegers and Steven Fant for information and scans.
Unusually, the running order has not been changed to make both programs of approximately equal length, and the sides are the same as that of the vinyl release.
Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scans. For US and Canadian 8-track releases from onwards, see below. For a US 4-track release, see above. The cartridge is in red plastic, contained inside a black slipcase. It was released twice, in as 18 10 and in as 18 KO The mid s Columbia release PCA also had a black cartridge and used the same black slipcase as the and releases. The track order on all releases was rearranged to make all four programs of roughly equivalent length:.
Columbia 18 KO USA - the cartridge top of the second release was the same as for the first release, 18 10 New York" at the bottom. The cartridge itself has a "CBS" sticker covering the "Columbia" logo. Columbia 16 10 USA , early s three releases :.
All the s cassettes are light grey, the first two have white paper labels and the third has black text printed directly on to it, there are no paper labels. The black cassette case of the first early s release has a white sticker with black text, the black cassette case of the third early s release has a white sticker with purple text.
This later s release looks similar to the third early s release apart from having a new catalogue number. This time there are no Bob Dylan cassette releases listed on the inside of the insert. The cassette is again light grey with black text, there are no paper labels. T he black cassette case again has a white sticker with purple text.
The insert has a barcode on the back and the reverse is also blank. The cassette is smoked transparent grey with white text, there are again no paper labels. Columbia KCS Canada , Columbia KCS Canada , s second release :. The song titles on the labels are still left aligned. Columbia KCS Canada , s third release :.
The song titles on the record labels are now centred. Columbia KCS Canada , early s:. Columbia PC Canada , The release has a new catalogue number, PC , and the record again has s-style labels with Columbia logos in a ring. This new company name is also on the record labels. Gerd Rundels has two further copies of "VPC " in what looks like the same sleeve, but with front stickers. The record labels now have the matrix number in brackets printed to the left of the centre hole and the same longer bottom text.
Banke release - first copy, second has the same sticker Columbia PC Canada for export - front with Columbia logo obscured, scan by Lars M. Banke release - first copy, second has the same sticker Columbia PC Canada - detail of rear, scan by Lars M.
Banke release - first copy, "Columbia" not obscured. Banke release - second copy, "Columbia" not obscured but with glue marks. On the front and rear sleeves the Columbia logos at top left and top right have been obscured for comparison see Hans Seegers' PC scans. On the first copy bought in Sweden this is with round black stickers, on the second copy bought in the UK this is with square black stickers. On the rear sleeve of the first copy "Columbia" has not been obscured in the bottom copyright line, on the second rear sleeve there are glue marks over "Columbia" showing that a sticker has been removed or fallen off.
Each record label has a black ring-shaped sticker obscuring the ring of Columbia logos round the circumference. Thanks to Lars M. Banke for information and scans. The first Canadian cassette release has catalogue number "16 10 ". The track listing on the insert and paper labels is different from the later Canadian and US cassette releases. The mids cassette is light grey with black text, there are no paper labels.
The s insert has a barcode. The s cassette is clear plastic with white text, there are again no paper labels. This cassette has Dolby noise reduction. The UK version of this album has a different sleeve and a different tracklist with twelve songs instead of ten. The album is therefore listed in International Albums Dylan-only Compilations , but because of the large number of releases, both in the UK and elsewhere, full details are here.
The first variant has a black tape cartridge with a single wraparound label with a crop of the UK front sleeve photo. The second variant has a white tape cartridge with a single wraparound label with the US front sleeve photo.
The four Programs on both tapes are exactly the same as for the US 8-track releases above. The UK 12 song album is listed in International Albums Dylan-only Compilations , but because of the large number of releases, both in the UK and elsewhere, full details are here. A Dutch 8-track stereo tape cartridge with this catalogue number is listed here , but I have not yet found a UK release. Scans required! The poster included is the Milton Glaser poster as with the US release.
Even though this album has the UK catalogue number, the tracklist is the same as the US release. The rear sleeve has two fold-over flaps and is not laminated.
It has sleeve notes in French. As this release has three unique edits, it is also listed in Arie de Reus has a test pressing of this album on two discs with classical music on the reverse of each disc.
This test pressing has blank labels, so no scans are needed. The front sleeve and rear sleeves have white CBS logos which are actually printed, not stickers.
Vince Miller also has a copy of this album. Gerd Rundel now has a copy of this album where the record has the same sleeve and matrix numbers. Terje Vist has what looks like an identical copy to Gerd's, although it was bought in Norway.
Thanks also to Gerd Rundel for finding a copy on eBay with the UK front sleeve including the UK tracklist but with the same record labels as these poor quality photos shown for comparison.
Gerd Rundel's second copy has the same sleeve as Daniel Pritchett's Singapore copy below and the same labels as Tim Yim's. CBS had a record pressing facility in Singapore from , so records after that were sourced locally.
The sleeve has printed CBS logos on the front and rear as shown. The record labels have three printed CBS logos. It has "Printed by K. There is no country of manufacture. Lars M. The matrix numbers of the record are the same as those of Daniel Pritchett's copy.
The s release from Lars M. Banke comes in the same sleeve as Daniel Pritchett's copy above, printed by K. Banke releases The Singapore release from Hans Seegers has the same sleeve as the two previous copies.
This record is thinner than the release! Banke and Gerd Rundel for information and scans. It was released four times in the s with orange CBS labels.
The first s release of the album can be distinguished from the later releases in three ways:. The second copy has the variable text printed a lot lower.
Instead of general cassette information on the right of the insert it has details of other CBS Australia cassette releases. The cassette is similar to that of the third release, white with white CBS paper labels. This time the cassette has Dolby noise reduction. The fourth cassette release has a similar shorter insert to the third and fifth releases, but it is this time blank on the inside.
The fourth cassette is off-white with blue text and again no paper labels. The fifth cassette release has the same insert as the second but the cassette is transparent smoked grey with printed text in white, again no paper labels.
The sleeves of these releases were made in Mexico. The records were also made in Mexico and the first two releases have orange CBS labels. The song titles on the sleeve and the labels are in English only. The rear sleeve, the record labels and the matrix numbers are the same as those of Manuel's third release copy. The records look genuine enough, although they have fake promo stamps, but the sleeves are obviously fake.
You are urged to avoid buying such items! The sleeve on the left has been paired with both s and s records! This is actually the album Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits with the tracks reordered, so is now listed here. Bob Dylan. This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Retrieved 20 August Milton Glaser, Inc.
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Enter Greatest Hits in the "Artiest of titel" box. British Phonographic Industry.Arriving in , Greatest Hits does an excellent job of summarizing Dylan's best-known songs from his first seven albums. At just ten songs, it's a little brief, and the song selection may be a little predictable, but that's actually not a bad thing, since this provides a nice sampler for the curious and casual listener, as it boasts standards from "Blowin' in the Wind" to "Like a Rolling Stone."/5(12).