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This box collects Bob Dylan’s first eight 12-inch LPs, his albums from Bob Dylan in 1962 to John Wesley Harding in 1968, as most people heard them, as they were expected to be heard, and as most often they were meant to be heard: in mono. --- Greil Marcus, taken from the liner notes of Bob Dylan: The Original Mono Recordings
Bob Dylan’s first 8 studio albums in mono for the first time ever on CD:
The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
The Time They Are A-Changin'
Another Side Of Bob Dylan
Bringing It All Back Home
Highway 61 Revisited
Blonde On Blonde
John Wesley Harding
-Each CD housed in heavy, wrapped LP-replica jackets with reproductions of original inner sleeves and inserts
-Rigid slipcase to hold the 8 jackets and book
Product came with box ripped and all the sleeves having tears on the seams.Published 3 months ago by Joseph Snowden
While I tend to prefer his later work (Blood on the Tracks, Love and Theft...), there is indeed some classic material in this boxset. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jonathan Vega
I'm giving this product only one star for now because the digital download site SUCKS! The vinyl is great and I am a big Dylan fan from as far back as 1963. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JJB
That I have to order another Bringing It All Back Home because I received two Times They Are a Changing, and of course it is too late to trade for a proper set.Published 5 months ago by Kate V. Somerville
All the albums up to and including John Wesley Harding as they were meant to be heard in the original outstanding mono. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Philochsfan
This is the way Bob Dylan's classic albums should be heard. Like the Beatles, the artists in the 1960's focused on the mono mixes of their music because that is how the mass... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Donald Scarinci
A hairs-breath away from perfection (where's those missing 7" single side?) - nonetheless this exceptional Columbia Box Set along with EMI's stellar work on The Beatles In Mono... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mark Barry
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|What is the MP3s download resolution included with Bob Dylan The...||
320 kbps, 44.1 khz. All 8 albums with artwork plus "Positively 4th Street." Be sure that you have a good connection, and that your hard drive won't go to sleep during the download, as it is a one-time use code. 320 is more than good enough for mono.
Nov 9, 2010 by waxtomcat | See all 3 posts
|Sundazed vs. Sony?||
The Sundazed issue of "Blonde on Blonde" played a hair slow. The Sony set plays at A = 440, which makes the songs feel more natural.
Nov 23, 2010 by Andrew M. Bland | See all 2 posts
|where is everybody?||
I'm pretty darn excited for this. We don't have the 2003/4 remastered Dylan album in shops here in Australia (although I've got a couple as imports), so it'll be great to have his best work in it's best mix.
I'm particualrly looking forward to Freewheelin' (guitar, harmonic, and vocals all in... Read More
Aug 28, 2010 by Andréas | See all 13 posts
|For everyone who got this without the replica inner sleeves.||
Will they send the Sleeves?
Nov 12, 2010 by Peter Burbank | See all 10 posts
|Is this still a limited edition set?||
As limited as The Beatles' mono set.
Oct 24, 2010 by Flesh Duck | See all 6 posts
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