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Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks Album

Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks Album
Performer: Bob Dylan
Title: Blood On The Tracks
Country: US
Genre: Rock
Style:Folk Rock, Acoustic, Ballad
Released: 20 Jan 1975
Catalog number: CH 90323
Label: Columbia
MP3 album szie: 2061 mb
FLAC album size: 1477 mb

Tracklist

1If You See Her, Say Hello4:46
2Lily, Rosemary And The Jack Of Hearts8:50
3Shelter From The Storm4:59
4You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go2:58
5Buckets Of Rain3:29
6Meet Me In The Morning4:19
7Idiot Wind7:45
8Simple Twist Of Fate4:18
9Tangled Up In Blue5:40
10You're A Big Girl Now4:36

Credits

  • Art DirectionRon Coro
  • EngineerPhil Ramone
  • Illustration [Back Cover]David Oppenheim
  • Lacquer Cut ByKW
  • Liner NotesPete Hamill
  • Mastered ByKrieg Wunderlich
  • Mastered By [Assisted By]Shawn R. Britton
  • MusicianEric Weissberg & Deliverance
  • Musician, BassTony Brown
  • Musician, OrganPaul Griffin
  • Musician, Steel GuitarBuddy Cage
  • Photography By [Cover]Paul Till
  • Written-ByB. Dylan
  • Art DirectionRon Coro
  • Artwork [Back Cover Illustration]David Oppenheim
  • BassTony Brown
  • EngineerPhil Ramone
  • Liner NotesPete Hamill
  • OrganPaul Griffin
  • PerformerDeliverance , Eric Weissberg
  • Photography By [Cover]Paul Till
  • Steel GuitarBuddy Cage
  • Written-ByB. Dylan
  • Art DirectionRon Coro
  • BassTony Brown
  • EngineerPhil Ramone
  • Illustration [Back Cover]David Oppenheim
  • Liner NotesPete Hamill
  • OrganPaul Griffin
  • PerformerEric Weissberg And Deliverance
  • Photography By [Cover]Paul Till
  • Steel GuitarBuddy Cage
  • Written-ByB. Dylan

Notes

First US pressing with liner notes in black print on the rear cover.

Colored cardstock inner sleeve with PC 33235 printer in white on lower left corner.Remastered from original Columbia tapes.This is the first-issue with liner notes in black font on rear cover.
'Side 1 / Side 2' text differs from Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks.
Colored cardstock inner sleeve, "PC 33235" printed in white on lower left corner.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix, Side A label): AL 33235
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix, Side B label): BL 33235
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): P AL 33235-2C
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): P BL 33235-2AB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Variant 2, stamped): P AL 33235-2C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Variant 2, stamped): P AL 33235-2AG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Variant 3, stamped): P AL 33235-2D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Variant 3, stamped): P BL 33235-2AB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Variant 4, stamped except 2T 1 etched): P AL 33235-2B 2T o A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Variant 4, stamped except 2T 8 etched): P BL 33235-2L 2T C8 o
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Variant 5, stamped except 2T etched): P AL 33235-2A 2T o A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Variant 5, stamped except 1T 4 etched): P BL 33235-2AA 1T o D4
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove A): P AL 33235-2C
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove B): P BL 33235-2AB
  • Barcode (Scanned): 8 21797 13811 6
  • Barcode (Text): 821797138116
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 1): MFSL 1- 381 A3 KW @ MoFi 20922.1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 2): MFSL 1-381 B3 KW @ MoFi 20922.2

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Columbia Records
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria
  • Manufactured By – CBS Records Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Columbia Records
  • Manufactured By – CBS Records Inc.
  • Mastered At – Customatrix
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Published By – Ram's Horn Music
  • Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Produced At – Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
  • Mastered At – Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
  • Manufactured For – Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated – 20922

Short intro

Blood On The Tracks. In this album, he is as personal and as universal as Yeats or Blake speaking for himself, risking that dangerous opening of the veins, he speaks for us all. And here is Dylan, bringing feeling back home. Bob Dylan - You're A Big Girl Now. Blood on the Tracks is the fifteenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on January 20, 1975 by Columbia Records. read more. More and more people were convinced his time had come and gone, until he released Blood on the Tracks in 1975, in perhaps the greatest and most stunning comeback for an artist ever. Highway 61 Revisited. Bob Dylan - Idiot Wind 07:48, 320Kbs. Blood on the Tracks Tracklist. New Morning. But he blew expectations out of the water with the release - not with a barrage of electric guitars, as in his How does it feel heyday, but with acoustic instrumentation that somehow made his snarl seem even mor. Remember that he gave us voice, When our innocence died forever, Bob Dylan made that moment into art. Bob Dylan - You're a Big Girl Now 04:32, 320Kbs. Simple Twist of Fate anyone It's direct, yet vague enough to make the imagination run wild. Blood On The Tracks LP, Album, MP, Promo. Released January 20, 1975. Nashville Skyline. Bob Dylan - Meet Me in the Morning 04:19, 320Kbs. Tom Johnston, Gus Kahn, John Fogerty, James Dillon, Elizabeth Anderson, Bob Dylan. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Bob Dylan. Dylan doesn't just spill his feelings in the air on Blood On The Tracks. 2mo. Theres the curious neatness of the underlined, right-justified, all-capitalized artist name and title descending line by line, one word at a time, down the left-hand side of the album front in white. Blood On The Tracks LP, Album, MP, Promo. He was considered the voice of a generation, in the 1960s, but his politics were more and more irrelevant, he personally didnt like his political label, and he hadnt released a well received album in the entire 1970s. A band of reddish purple or purplish red drapes. The album marked Dylan's return to Columbia Records after a two-album stint with Asylum Records. Musicians: Tony Brown - Bass Buddy Cage - Steel Guitar Paul Griffin - Organ Eric Weissberg & Deliverance. Blood on the Tracks has left a 40-year blood trail back to the moment when rocks most celebrated singersongwriter released what stands as arguably the finest album of his career. Most important - you can download the album Blood On The Tracks to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Bob Dylan - Buckets of Rain 03:21, 320Kbs. in album Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks 1975. The wonder is that he survived. The words, the music, the tones of voice speak of regret, melancholy, a sense of inevitable farewell, mixed with sly humor, some rage, and a sense of simple joy. Продать эту версию. Liner notes: Blood On The Tracks Released 01201975. Dylan commenced recording the album in New York City in September 1974. Fly like a bird, sting like a bee. Bob Dylan - You're A Big Girl Now. Tangled Up in Blue Lyrics. Each song is painfully articulate on it's setting and scenery. The final album contains five tracks from New York. Sure, this album doesn't show any huge creative progressions on Dylan's side. PC 33235. Bob Dylan - You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go 02:55, 320Kbs. Blood On The Tracks 8-Trk, Album. In December, shortly before Columbia was due to release the album, Dylan abruptly re-recorded much of the material in a studio in Minneapolis. PCA 33235. Bob Dylan: все альбомы, включая The Essential , Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Volume 3 , Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid и другие. Not so easy to enter the universe of the Zim. Bob Dylan - Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts 08:51, 320Kbs. Bob Dylan. If it doesnt already exist, theres a remarkable essay waiting to be done just on the experience of holding Bob Dylans 1975 masterwork in ones hands. Bob Dylan doesn't just spill his feelings in the air on Blood On The Tracks. vitto1970. It's still a very simple folk rock sound that relies heavily on the lyrical content to carry it through, but when that lyrical content is as emotional, as passionate, and as downright heartbreaking as this, and the otherwise fairly. Ищете треки из альбома Blood On The Tracks исполнителя Bob Dylan Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. By 1975, Bob Dylans career had tailspinned. Like the songs within, the album sleeve, when flipped between front cover and back, evokes so many strong, immediate feelings. Bob Dylan: все альбомы, включая The Essential , Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid , Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Volume 3 и другие. Bob Dylan - Simple Twist Of Fate. Blood on the Tracks. А Blood On The Tracks и Planet Waves 1974 - это хороший уровень. Album: Blood On The Tracks 1975. The album marked Dylan's return to Columbia Records after a two-album stint with Asylum Records. Bob Dylan hardly faced an impossibly high bar when the album was released on January 20, 1975, since hed been on an artistic downturn since the mid-60s, as far as his most demanding fans were concerned. Blood on the Tracks makes the case for still owning physical albums. Take Me Home, Country Roads. Free flowing literacy at it's finest. А к 1975 году те же Rolling Stones уже деградировали. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Songs in album Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks 1975. Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue
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Reviews: (47)
Super P
Super P
Absolutely superb pressing. Would love to hear the 45prm copy, but switching sides would lose the flow of the album too much for me.
Damand
Damand
Be aware that MoFi is going to be pressing this as an for $125 in the future. It is already pictured on the back of Music Direct's Winter 2019 catalog. It is not on their (or any) website yet, but they are taking phone preorders for it already. Their customer service rep said that it will be well over a year before it is released, but it is coming.I wanted to mention it here for the people who are looking for the best possible pressing of BOTT. I'd say that this 33rpm pressing takes the prize for now, but with an Untradisc One-Step on the way, it probably won't be for long.EDIT: The Ultradisc One-Step is now out and available. Mine was delivered today, and, as expected, it sounds fantastic. Definitely recommend it if you are looking for the best sounding version of BOTT available. Alternatively, maybe the One-step being out will let the price on this perfectly acceptable 33rpm MFSL version.2nd Edit (3 months after previous edit): At this point, I have come to prefer this 33rpm Mofi pressing over the 45rpm Ultradisc One-Step. The Ultradisc One-Step does sound a tad better, but the flow of the album is really disrupted for me when divided into 2 discs. You can't go wrong with either Mobile Fidelity version though.
ℓo√ﻉ
ℓo√ﻉ
Sounds unbelievable, as stated in the comments below, the warmth shines and it's like listening to this album all over again and rediscovering it. Absolutely astounding!
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
I'm hearing that MOFI are going to be giving this the UltraDisc One-Step 45rpm treatment soon?????
Ochach
Ochach
This is true, though "soon" might be a misnomer. Music Direct (who owns Mofi or vice-versa) has it pictured on the back of their 2019 catalog, but it is no where on their website. However, if you call them they ARE accepting pre-orders already by phone. (They also mentioned several other 1-steps on the way that I haven't seen mentioned elsewhere, and I ended up preordering Charles Mingus Ah Um too.) They said that Blood on the Tracks is at least a year off though, so we will have to be patient.
furious ox
furious ox
I had a NM Santa Maria copy that I was very satisfied with. Then I relented and picked up a MFSL copy several months ago. So glad I did! The ambience and warmth shines through over the original pressing imo. Definitely worth the $24. I probably would've paid 4x that too (I can eat Top Ramen for a week) but glad I snatched it when I did.
Varshav
Varshav
True about this being out of print. Everywhere I look online it ranges from $80-$150. I recommend trying your local record shop for this one. I found an unopened copy of this for $30 today! Vinyl is NM however the jacket has a small seam split on the bottom. Sounds amazing and highly recommended
Vozilkree
Vozilkree
Sounds great but my copy has two Side A labels. Don't enjoy having to guess every time I put it on.
Zadora
Zadora
Jack of Hearts is track 2 on side B, just look for that huge track on the wax and you'll be good.
Moswyn
Moswyn
Long band side A, shorter band side B. still a bummer...
Jaiarton
Jaiarton
Great quality vinyl, and an unbelievable mix. It's like hearing these songs for the first time again.
Drelajurus
Drelajurus
Very pleased with my copy that I picked up this week. Quiet and very warm. I have a lossless needle drop of the half speed master and I do not have good enough ears to tell the difference. Both are great!
Maman
Maman
Sounds great, but with a slightly surface noise. Can hear it during the quite parts. Thats a bit disapointing for a 40€ MFSL-audiophile pressing.
Goldenfang
Goldenfang
Just clean it. New presses must often be cleaned. It’s very common.
Arar
Arar
You got a bad pressing, it is highly unlikely that the whole batch is noisy as it was pressed at RTI
felt boot
felt boot
Sat down with an Ex Condition, original NZ press of Blood this morning, it had been rolling around my head all night. I played side 1 right through, then decided to listen to my MFSL copy.The original copy was very enjoyable, however when I put the MFSL copy I may as well have been comparing apples to oranges. I'm not a music reviewer and don't have a reviewers stereo system, ear or descriptive prowess, so I'll give a brief summary of what struck me instantly with the MFSL copy. The slightly fatiguing treble in the harmonica and Dylans voice completely disappear. Nothing particularly stood out, but nothing was buried in the mix, if you wanted to listen to a bass line it was there, the organ exactly where you'd expect and want it to be. The music embraced/immersed you (corny as that might sound), I was completely gobsmacked for the duration of the album. Unbelievable result for Mobile Fidelity.
Steamy Ibis
Steamy Ibis
I had to break down and buy this to replace my original copy. I don't feel too bad about this since my original was purchased the day Blood on the Tracks was released. Sometimes these remastered, etc., releases are more hype than reality. Not in this case. The sound is stunning. As soon as I put the needle down and the first few notes arrived at my ears the sound literally jumped out at me. It sounds fantastic & a purchase is worth every penny.
Vojar
Vojar
My copy of this was slightly off center , and a little warped.
Akelevar
Akelevar
I got a replacement copy , that was perfect (14050)
Mightsinger
Mightsinger
This release is the only one that went back to the original master tapes and, using half-speed mastering, reproduced the music at the correct speed, which is around 2% slower than the original release, which was 'accidentally' speeded up. While some artists deliberately increase speed to 'tighten' up the music, the sound engineers from the session insist this was not the case here, and the anomaly is mysterious. The result is stunning - those of us familiar with the standard release find that the music 'breathes', and there is a depth of timbre to Dylan's voice, and a spaciousness in the guitar sound, absent from the usual release - this really is a 'must' for any Dylan fan. PLEASE NOTE - This is actually incorrect - this half speed master runs at the same speed as the original release - the issue I refer to is in fact released by Mastersound, and is not listed here. The cover clearly states (in a small blue box above Dylans head) 'Half Speed Mastered' rather than the bulb on this release - sorry for any confusion.
Thetalen
Thetalen
Why no 45rpm release?
Gtonydne
Gtonydne
Personally, I'm glad it's a 33 rpm pressing. Yes, 45 rpm pressings sound better, but I hate having to get up and change a record after a couple/few songs. Maybe it's because I grew up with records this way, especially the records I grew up with like this one, but given the choice, I'd take the 33 rpm one. Ideally, both types should be pressed, as I certainly wouldn't want to deprive others of 45 rpm versions if they want them, but of course that's not always practical.
Gela
Gela
I think it may be all to do with conditions of the licence agreement...
Yadon
Yadon
That's my question too; how do they decide which albums get a 45rpm release?
Kalrajas
Kalrajas
I appear to have a copy of the original pressing BUT it is a promo copy. Not the Buckinghams version - but has DEMONSTRATION NOT FOR SALE in black stamped on the front and back - with an oddly shaped corner cut. I don't see this version listed anywhere for this. Any ideas?
Winawel
Winawel
Adoro la música de Dylan y este disco en especialSiempre me gustó mucho su lado country y en este disco está pletórico.
Dori
Dori
MoFi has and Ultradisc One-Step release of this album available for pre-order/coming out soon - https://www.mofi.com/product-p/mfsl45ud1s-006.htm
Granigrinn
Granigrinn
Just picked up the RSD NYC mix Test press.Nice sounding slightly different mix, vinyl sounds great and 9/10 on the quiet scale.Bought on a whim, as an "extra".
Ranicengi
Ranicengi
https://www.discogs.com/Bob-Dylan-Blood-On-The-Tracks-Test-Pressing/release/13488951 and here are some more words to look at.
Ironrunner
Ironrunner
I haven't been able to find a Discogs listing for this RSD NYC mix Test Pressing. At least not looking through the standard Bob Dylan listings. If found, could someone please post a link? Thx. (Fell asleep at the wheel and didn't grab one on RSD.)
Pryl
Pryl
Hi all, I have a UK copy with A2/B2 matrix numbers. The cover has a slight misprint on the Dylan photo which shows as a white spot just under the nose. If memory serves me, this became known as the 'Dewdrop' cover and was quickly withdrawn Has anyone else come across these covers?
Blackbeard
Blackbeard
Does anyone have a spare sleeve? Just picked up the record but no sleeve...many thanks
WOGY
WOGY
The great thing about Bob Dylan is that it's almost impossible to write or discuss him without losing the iconic stance he has on pop culture. From day one it seems Dylan was made to be great, especially when he changed his name from Zimmerman to Dylan. In my world, Dylan is very much the pop entertainer and more in tune to someone like David Bowie than the 1960s Folk Music scene. He used the landscape, like Bowie using whatever he read or saw, but the truth is, both characters made themselves up to be what they are - not only great songwriters but a theatrical presentation as well. "Blood on the Tracks" is often seen as a personal work by Dylan. Perhaps due to his divorce or the after-effects of the separation that took place at the time of the recordings. One can fish into the words of these songs for a clue, but I suspect that Dylan doesn't think in that manner. A bad incident or day for him is a springboard of imagination and various narrations, and at the end of the day, Dylan wants to tell a tale that will be enjoyed, and therefore he's more of a music hall performer than a raw rock n' roll soul. Dylan is not a journalist, but more of a short story writer, with an incredible amount of details in his narratives. "Blood on the Tracks" as an album, can probably be made into a film, or a narrative novel. Oddly enough, it was only a week ago that I heard this album as a whole piece. Before that, it is just what I heard on the radio, and there are favorite songs here: "Tangled Up in Blue," Simple Twist of Fate," and of course, "Idiot Wind." Listening to side one of "Blood on the Tracks" is similar to listening to a greatest hits album. It's interesting to hear this work as an album, instead of separate songs. All stand by themselves, but the mood that runs through the collection is consistent, and there is no 'loose' cannon here, it all fits like a well-designed puzzle. "Idiot Wind" stands out because it is so angry, or I should say the character in the song is angry, yet, the humor is very tongue-in-cheek. One can think it's a song from a psycho killer. On the other hand, it may be my favorite Dylan vocal. The way Dylan sings he reminds me of Lotte Lenya, in a very Bertolt Brecht method of separating the listener from the emotion, and one hears the intelligence behind the words. The character is angry, but the song itself is not furious. There is a distance between the character in the song and what he's singing about. His technique makes the words sting, because of its setting. Dylan looks at his songs like a scientist looking at an object in a test tube. There is a strong sense of objectivity, and for the listener, it's a subjective experience, as well as presuming that the character in the song is causally commenting on the 'facts.'A very melodic record, and oddly enough it reminds me of the softer material on the Rolling Stones' "Aftermath." Only in texture, not in the style of songwriting, but one could imagine the Stones doing a version of "Idiot Wind." There's real beauty between Dylan's voice and the strumming of the guitar, and the minimalist organ. It's beautifully recorded by engineer veteran Phil Ramone, which brings to mind Sinatra's great ballad albums he made for Capitol Records in the 1950s. Dylan takes from the past, and he manages to twist it in the fashion of a Teddy Boy using Edwardian design to say something new. A great album.
Thetath
Thetath
Holy Grail Of 1974In my top five Bobby Albums Love It
Vetitc
Vetitc
I own this record but without the cover- if anyone has a cover for it I would be interested in buying, regardless of condition. Let me know, thanks so much
Flathan
Flathan
If you still need this I have one. I have to check but I think it is vg+.
Yla
Yla
Someone currently has a copy of this pressing with the sleeve in VG condition for sale for $4.75 on here since side one of the record inside it is badly scratched, seems like a good opportunity for you to fulfill this need.
Fararala
Fararala
My runout is different as well. Side 1: P AL 33235-2B etched 1T Side 2: P BL 33235-2L etched 2T. This is the closest Discogs page I can find to what I have.
Risinal
Risinal
Hello. I have the same release as you, I want to sell it on Discogs, but which is the good / reel release ?... I don't know. Have you found any info recently ? Thanks
Nikobar
Nikobar
Information from Jim PerlmanFor what it's worth, a bit of mostly redundant info to back-up what you write. I purchased my copy of Blood On The Tracks the day it was released in Chicago IL. The matrix numbers are: Side 1 - P AL 33235 - 2A, Side 2 - P BL 33235 - 2AA. Etched on side one, just after the matrix, is 2T and on side two, after the matrix, is 1T. For obvious reasons, most of the Columbia pressings we'd get here in Chicago were from the Terre Haute plant. So, I'd surmise, the "2T" and "1T" mean that my copy was pressed in Terre Haute, IN.
Nalmergas
Nalmergas
I got that one too. And only a red cover instead of the regular one. I have no idea if somebody put a red one around it as a replacement, but I don't think so? Please let us know if anyone knows more :)
Tat
Tat
Without a doubt, his best body of work since Blonde On Blonde. But that doesn’t mean it’s like Blonde On Blonde, this record has a flavor all of it’s own. It sounds lighter, more musical, and if I may, there seems to be some theater here, as if many of the songs are actually mini movie scripts. Lyrically the songs are as tight as you will ever find, and the music is top notch, leaving nothing to be wished for. Dylan once said in an interview, that he never gives one hundred percent to a recording. It’s hard to believe that on Highway 61, Blonde On Blonde, or here, on Blood On The Tracks that he’s not given more then one hundred percent. But then, he’d probably just smile and say, "Well you know, that’s how it goes sometimes." Which actually was his answer in the interview.Bob has gone through some serious changes and his music sells a certain amount, to a certain group of people. He’s had trouble finding the younger audience as say, The Rolling Stones have. Many have been put off by several of Bob’s recordings where he has intentionally only put one good song on the album ... though that was at a time when he was very unsure of himself. But you have to give any man a break who has the ability to walk into a room and get the complete attention of twenty thousand people for ninety minutes ... that says something for sure. The good thing here is that there’s no filler, Bob seems to have found his lost footing and has given us a brilliant piece of work that will have to be reckoned with for years to come.I realize this is difficult for many to understand, but Bob has a way of finding the core, and phrasing it perfectly, allowing the listener the privilege of feeling that they have discovered something, his music is almost interactive, which is what brought this man to the heights he’s achieved. Once you discover Bob Dylan, you’ll feel that he’s speaking directly to you and you alone. I can’t tell you what a great and personal feeling that is, other than to say that it’s what all great art should be. What I can tell you is that you will be more then pleased with this venture, it's timeless and could easily slide in between any of his releases. Discover it now, or take a second look and enjoy the day with Bob at your side.*** The Fun Facts: The pleasingly circular double-meaning of this is that it can also refer to the songs (or tracks) of the album itself, which is to say that since Dylan's own heartbreak was so potent, the songs of the album themselves have a certain quantity of blood on them, especially as many of the songs reference his separation and divorce.Some have questioned if the album is really a secret tribute to a Russian playwright? In his memoir, Chronicles, Dylan was assumed to be referring to Blood on the Tracks when he wrote: “I would even record an entire album based on Chekhov short stories. If the critics thought it was autobiographical, that was fine.” Still, no one is certain whether he was serious about the Chekhov.“You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go”: A girlfriend who lived with Dylan on and off during a 1974 marital separation acknowledged that “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go” was about their relationship. Ellen Bernstein was an A&R executive for Columbia Records who embarked on a relationship with Dylan in 1974 while he was living on an 80 acre farm in Minnesota, separated from his wife. The geographical references in the lyrics all pertained to Bernstein, as did, apparently, a particular flower. In Clinton Heylin’s biography, "Behind the Shades," Bernstein said, “I remember ... when we were walking out in the fields somewhere and I found a Queen Anne’s lace, and he didn’t know that’s what it was called ... this was in Minnesota. I would come up there for long weekends and then I would leave. I did say I was planning a trip to Hawaii. And I lived in San Francisco, Honolulu, [her birthplace of] Ashtabula, but to put it in a song is so ridiculous. But it was very touching.” Of the relationship, she said, “It felt sorta like ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell.’ I was a very young 24, this was brand new stuff to me, so I never thought to ask, ‘So, what’s going on with your wife? I didn’t want to get married, and I wasn’t being asked to leave.”Review by Jenell Kesler
Gravelblade
Gravelblade
Side one (stamped) P AL 33235-2B handwritten TSide two (stamped) P BL 33235-2AA handwritten 1T
Samugul
Samugul
I have the same one with a sticker on the front
X-MEN
X-MEN
My copy is identical to the one described here with the exception of the matrix runout.Mine has:Side one (stamped) - P AL 33235-2DSide Two (stamped) - P BL 33235-2AA
Usaxma
Usaxma
The matrix numbers at the end vary between each stamper. A first pressing would end in -1A/-1A on each side. Then the next stamper would be -1B and so on. So the numbers at the end change with each batch.
Malodor
Malodor
Mine has: Side 1 matrix: P AL 33235-2CSide 2 matrix: P BL 33235-2ACThe label on side 2 is also a misprint: red Columbia label with no album text.The following website has good info on the the different editions as well as some notes on the different matrix stamps: http://www.searchingforagem.com/1970s/International018.htm