Bob Dylan – 1962 Stereo “Six-Eye” First Pressing of Debut Album
A 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, particularly in Stereo, which was at that time only appealed to the specialist/audiophile market. Only the very earliest pressings of Dylan’s debut had Columbia’s ‘six-eye’ label, with the record company coincidentally changing their label design almost immediately after this album’s release.
This example is in VG+/VG condition; the cover is clean overall, with a small bit of paper missing in the bottom left corner of the back cover. The disc is shiny, with some scuffing and marks, but nothing too serious. Side 1 plays EX, and Side 2 plays VG+ with some pops and ticks for about 90-120 seconds, but no skips or jumps.
A mint copy of this album sold in July 2020 for $4,239.
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