An original handbill/program used to advertise Bob Dylan’s first-ever concert, at Carnegie Chapter Hall in New York on November 4, 1961. Billed as Dylan’s “First New York Concert” it was, more accurately, Dylan’s first concert anywhere. Prior to this show he’d only played club dates and a few guest spots on multi-artist bills. Dylan arrived […]
A beautiful Near Mint- example of Bob Dylan’s August 1963 single, “Blowin’ In The Wind/Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” on Columbia Records (4-42856). This is a very rare “stock” copy, intended for commercial sale. Columbia issued two different and more common promotional versions with white labels, but stock copies like this are by far […]
A beautiful NM/NM UK Stereo pressing of Bob Dylan’s double album masterpiece Blonde on Blonde. This CBS Records issue was pressed circa 1968, which can be determined by “Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again” being mistakenly titled “Stuck Inside of Mobile With Thee”, and the publishing being credited to B.Feldman (sometime during […]
A rare vintage photograph of Bob Dylan and Robbie Robertson on stage at San Francisco’s Winterland Ballroom during The Last Waltz, The Band’s farewell concert, on November 25, 1976. This is an original hand-printed photograph, made from the original negative and printed near the time the photograph was taken. As a “vintage print”, it is much […]
A stunning one-sheet poster for the original 1967 release of D.A. Pennebaker’s celebrated Bob Dylan documentary, Don’t Look Back. Filmed during Dylan’s 1965 UK tour, Don’t Look Back captures Dylan at his acoustic peak; it is considered one of the best–if not the best–music films ever made (currently 100% on Rotten Tomatoes). This superb poster […]
A brass plated Rolling Thunder Review belt buckle made by Columbia Records as a promotional item for Bob Dylan’s 1976 live album Hard Rain (recorded during Dylan’s legendary Rolling Thunder Review tour.) The buckle measures 3 1/8″ x 2 1/4″, and can accommodate a belt up to 1 7/8″ wide. From the collection of a […]
Four 12” acetates of an unreleased version of Bob Dylan’s album Self Portrait, previously owned by Dylan and used by him during the making of that 1970 album. Two of the sleeves have Dylan’s handwritten notations, in one case a particularly important note. These four single-sided discs were made for Dylan by the album’s producer, […]
An 10” acetate of an unreleased alternate version of Bob Dylan’s “Sign on the Window” (titled here “Sign in the Window Reel O”) from his 1970 album New Morning. This acetate was previously owned by Dylan and used during the making of that album. This is the version that appears on the album, but has […]
We’re proud to offer one of only 3 known acetates of the original version of Bob Dylan’s 1975 masterpiece Blood on the Tracks. Dylan originally recorded the album at A&R Studios in New York City in September 1974. When he played his brother an acetate of the record, David Zimmerman thought Bob could do better […]
A first pressing of Bob Dylan’s 1974 classic album Planet Waves, boldly signed on the front cover in red pen by Dylan. Dylan is a notoriously difficult signer, and this vintage signature is an excellent example. While most of the Dylan ‘autographs’ found online are not authentic, this has been authenticated by music autograph expert […]
Here is a rare vintage photograph of Bob Dylan and Robbie Robertson on stage at San Francisco’s Winterland Ballroom during The Last Waltz, The Band’s farewell concert, on November 25, 1976. This photograph was taken by legendary American photographer Neal Preston; his photo credit stamp and that of photo agency London Features appears on the […]
A 10″ Columbia Recording Studios acetate of Bob Dylan’s 1983 single “Jokerman” backed with “Isis”. “Jokerman” Appeared on Dylan’s album Infidels, while the version of “Isis” here is a live take from “Renaldo and Clara.” These are the commercially released mixes. 45 RPM, in excellent condition.
Here is something we’ve never seen, in 45+ years of record collecting–a likely unplayed Stereo first pressing of Bob Dylan’s 1962 debut album, with the ‘six-eye’ Columbia label. Dylan’s first album sold very poorly on release, especially in Stereo, which had not yet caught on. Only the earliest pressings had the ‘six-eye’ label, with Columbia […]
An original 8″ x 10″ Jim Marshall photograph of Bob Dylan rolling a tire down a Greenwich Village street in 1963. Marshall snapped only two frames of Dylan rolling this tire, creating one of Marshall’s most enduring images. This is an original hand printed silver gelatin print, and it’s in spectacular mint condition. On the […]
An incredibly rare program for Bob Dylan’s first ever solo concert, at New York’s Town Hall, on April 12, 1963. Prior to this show, Dylan had only appeared as a headliner in small clubs and the 200 seat Carnegie Recital Hall (drawing fewer than 70 people.) A much more substantial crowd of 900 attended this […]
From an archive find of sealed & mint unplayed LP’s, a sealed first pressing of The Band’s album The Last Waltz (Warner Brothers 3WS 3146). This is the original three disc release with the textured cover. A few tiny age spots under shrinkwrap, and a light crease to the top right corner, but otherwise perfect.