Offered for sale is a orange vinyl pressing of John Birch Society Blues by Bob Dylan, issued on the Trademark of Quality label.
About this copy: This copy of John Birch Society Blues is an early Trademark of Quality pressing, with white labels with the numbers “1” and “2” on the labels, rather than the pig logo used on later releases.
The cover is unusual in that it has neither a stamped title nor a Trademark of Quality sticker. It’s the same colored, textured cover that TMOQ used for their early releases, but it’s plain, with not title at all.
The cover is VG, with some general wear, but no holes, tears, or splits. The original insert is included; it’s VG+, with a couple of minor folds.
The orange vinyl disc is M- and appears to be virtually unplayed.
A beautiful copy of a scarce Bob Dylan LP.
Background: John Birch Society Blues was the second title released by the collectible Trademark of Quality label in the early 1970s. The LP sold well and was reissued by the label multiple times.
Tracks consist of a rare single, studio outtakes from 1963, live material from a 1964 appearance at Carnegie Hall, and tracks from a 1961 “Minnesota Tape” demo.
- Mixed Up Confusion
- East Laredo
- I’ll Keep It With Mine
- John Birch Society Blues
- Who Killed Davy Moore?
- Eternal Circle
- Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Willie
- I Was Young When I Left Home
- Percy’s Song
- Corrina Corrina
- In The Evening
- Long John
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|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Record Label:||Trademark of Quality|
|Year of Release:||1972|