F.A.Q.

Who?
I have a turntable and a nice record collection, mostly LP's from the 60's & early 70's.

What?
My aim is to make rare stuff (in glorious mono or sometimes stereo) publicly available again with the best possible sound quality.

Requests?
Generally, no. I select my projects very critically. Vinyl condition is everything. I tend not to work with records that are in less than pristine condition.

Donations?
Get outta here!

Monday, October 24, 2011

Bob Dylan - Mixed Up Confusion (45 Dutch Mono)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD Quality (16/44.1)
High Resolution (24/96)
Info
pass: profstoned

27 comments:

  1. Oh yeah ...
    nice work, excellent sound like gold.

    ReplyDelete
  2. The one remaining non-album single that I've been looking for. Well, not actively, but this is a pleasant surprise that landed in my inbox.

    I've managed to get Positively 4th Street (easy grab with the recent 2010 Best of the Mono comp) and Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window (taken from the remaster of the Biograph box set). If memory serves me right, then this is the last mono rarity remaining not available on the Original Mono Recordings box set (unless you want to count that Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues live version with The Band, haha).

    Thanks for the hard work, prof. I'll be sure to enjoy this.

    -Vic

    ReplyDelete
  3. Many thanks for these new releases! I check most days, eagerly waiting...

    Cheers.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Prof thanks for this rare 45
    always enjoy your work.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Super! Many thanks!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Many thanks for this gem. "If You Gotta Go, Go Now" is the only mono 60s single still not circulating in original HR_VR.

    tambler

    ReplyDelete
  7. After having over a week to listen to this, I gotta say this ain't really Bob Dylan's best work. It has that "huffy vocal quality" to it that turned me off from his self-titled debut. This is part of the reason why I prefer listening to the B-side, even if it is an alt. take!

    And thus, apologies for only meeting my promise half-way, heheh.

    Vic, aka civ

    ReplyDelete
  8. As Dylan pointed out in the linernotes of the Biograph box, Mixed-Up Confusion wasn't really his idea and supposedly he quickly pieced it together in the back of the cab on his way to the recording session. AFAIK it is the first recording in which he appears with a band.

    ReplyDelete
  9. FYI...my transfers of "If You Gotta Go" and the rare, alternate "Window" can be found on the compilation "Solid Road".

    ReplyDelete
  10. Yes, and they are excellent. Thx for stopping by!

    ReplyDelete
  11. Thanks! Your recent Buffalo Springfield transfers are a revelation! Good job figuring out which pressings are which...something I'm not particularly good at without help. The Cream LP sounds great too!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Very nice! Thank you.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Hah, can't believe what I said a few months ago about my dislike of this single. Seems like time can melt my heart. I actually like it now!

    Related to this, I got a chance to listen to the Bob Dylan Mono box over Christmas. Gee, for a 20 year old, Bob's debut is actually a pretty good one. It's a shame it was ignored, though that ended up giving us Freewheelin', so there's that. Kinda freaky how you can track how much Bob's voice changes from his first all the way to JWH...

    -Vic

    ReplyDelete
  14. Thank you for this rare Dylan!

    ReplyDelete
  15. Many thanks :-)

    ReplyDelete
  16. "Mixed Up Confusion". That made my day! Thanks. ;)

    -SA-1000

    ReplyDelete
  17. For some reason, I missed this one until now. Thank you for this one!

    ReplyDelete
  18. Thank you, Prof: thanks for this rarity, to me; thanks for the great sound!

    All the best,
    B.

    ReplyDelete
  19. Wow, thank you Prof!! Rare stuff indeed!

    ReplyDelete
  20. Thank you very much for this, and for keeping this link alive. Being on RS, I was surprised, yet pleased.

    ReplyDelete
  21. Could you Repost Bob Dylan & the Who..Please?

    Kindly Thank You

    ReplyDelete
  22. I think this is the version that I have had on a cassette for many years but not found anywhere else...yet. Many thanks.

    ReplyDelete
  23. Fantastic! I used to own the dutch 45 of this as a youth and played it as loud as possible on my little mono Dansette record player.
    ~Steve H.

    ReplyDelete
  24. Very much appreciated, Prof.

    ReplyDelete