Offered for sale is a copy of the 2 LP set Great White Wonder by Bob Dylan, pressed on orange and blue vinyl and issued by the Trademark of Quality label.
About this copy: This copy of Great White Wonder is a later pressing on the Trademark of Quality label, and features the “smoking pig” labels.
The cover is a plain white cover, and is completely unmarked – no title, no sticker. The cover is VG+, with slight ring wear. The original insert with track listings and titles is included.
Disc 1, (blue vinyl) – Disc is VG++; there is a faint, inaudible mark across the entire side of side 1. Side two has a faint and inaudible mark across the first two tracks on the side. Aside from these marks, the disc appears to have had little play.
Disc 2 (orange vinyl) – Disc is M- and looks unplayed. There are a couple of round marks on the label.
A nice copy of a classic album that’s hard to find on colored vinyl.
Background: Great White Wonder was one of the first “underground” LPs to be issued on the market, originally reaching stores in mid-1969 in plain white covers. The album contained early studio outtakes and collaborations with The Band from 1967.
The album was originally packaged in a plain white cover with no identification on it at all, and it became a surprise best-seller and spawned the popular and collectible Trademark of Quality label. The album had numerous repressings over the years and was issued with a variety of covers and a few of the pressings were colored vinyl.
Tracks on the 2 LP set are:
- “Candy Man”
- “(As I Go) Ramblin’ ‘Round” (Woody Guthrie)
- “Black Cross” (Joseph S. Newman / Lord Buckley)
- “I Ain’t Got No Home” (Woody Guthrie)
- “The Death of Emmett Till”
- “Poor Lazarus” (Traditional)
- “Bob Dylan’s New Orleans Rag”
- “If You Gotta Go, Go Now (Or Else You Got to Stay All Night)”
- “Only a Hobo”
- “Sitting On a Barbed Wire Fence”
- “Mighty Quinn” (take 1)
- “This Wheel’s on Fire” (Bob Dylan and Rick Danko)
- “Baby Please Don’t Go” (Big Joe Williams)
- Interview by Pete Seeger
- “Dink’s Song” (Traditional)
- “See That My Grave Is Kept Clean” (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
- “East Orange New Jersey”
- “Man of Constant Sorrow” (Traditional)
- “I Shall Be Released”
- “Open the Door, Homer” (take 1)
- “Too Much of Nothing” (take 2)
- “Nothing Was Delivered” (take 1)
- “Tears of Rage” (take 2)
- “Living the Blues” (Live, The Johnny Cash Show)
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|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Record Label:||Trademark of Quality|
|Year of Release:||circa 1972|