Bob Dylan's st single: 1962 Mixed Up Confusion
This record is no longer for sale (sold on 2009-12-06)
Price : US $1,200.
Just in time for the holidays... offering the 1962 Bob Dylan single: A side ''Mixed Up Confusion'' and B side ''Corrina, Corrina''. This original, orange-label single from Columbia is not only extraordinarily rare, (Goldmine lists it at the top for Bob Dylan rare collectibles), but it is in near mint condition and comes in the 1962 Columbia sleeve.
This record is shiny black, not warped, has only a few spider lines on Corinna, Corrina, and is in excellent listening condition. The orange Columbia label has ''Prod by John Hammond'' in the center below ''Bob Dylan'' on the A side. This is variant 2 (of 4) of this rare record and it was pulled out of production following a very short run and an unsuccessful first foray for the unknown Dylan. The matrix numbers on side A and B read: ZSP-58626-1D and B ZSP-58625-1D. Also a harmonica solo after Bob's introduction on Mixed Up Confusion and sixth stanza variation with the wording ''Well, I 'm lookin' for some answers, But I don't know who to ask'' denotes the authenticity of the recording as variant 2.
Given the limited production of this first and original Dylan single, it is highly valuable and collectible for many reasons, not to mention the style was shockingly electric for the relatively unknown folk singer in 1962.
The reserve for this cool find is modest. Aficionados and collectors, take notice and bid now as this opportunity might not come to market for a very long time! Good luck and happy bidding!
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This record is sold (sold on 2009-12-06)
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