A still sealed 1965 stereo pressing of Bob Dylan's 1962 self titled debut album.
Bob Dylan’s 1962 debut got the attention of a few critics, but didn’t do much in the way of sales until later in the decade when he became somewhat more famous. The first album consisted mostly of cover tunes; it wasn’t until his next album, The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, that he started to record mostly self-penned material.
This is a 1965 pressing of his 1962 debut, with 360° Sound on the labels written in white, making it technically the third pressing of the album. This copy is still sealed in its plastic inner sleeve; the record has never been opened or played. The cover still retains its original shrink wrap and has no signs of damage or wear, grading a beautiful M-.
While this album has been available in stereo for decades, early stereo copies, such as this one, are actually considerably rarer than their mono counterparts. In the mid-1960s, the vast majority of records sold were in mono, making this early stereo pressing somewhat scarce, particularly in this condition.
This is a beautiful, still sealed copy of the debut album by an iconic artist, in the much rarer stereo format.
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