This is such a great pressing, the LP has been remastered and comes in excellent packaging, including a post card. This LP is considered one of Dylan's best, and we agree. Below is the description from the manufacturer, translated from Japanese.
We also have Highway 61 Revisited.
Sony's in-house integrated production analog record / 180g heavy board / commentary, lyrics, with new translation (Yoshiaki Sato) / LP band reproduction at the time of first release / stereo
Sony's in-house integrated production analog record, Bob Dylan's third release was announced in 1965 With his fifth album, he reached No. 6 on the US chart and No. 1 on the UK, and his sales reached a record high.
The rap-style A-1 "Subterranean Homesick Blues," which became the first TOP40 in the United States, was also talked about as a music video in which Dylan flipped a board with some lyrics to the song. In addition, B-1 "Mr. Tambourine Man", which was covered by The Byrds and won the first place in the United States, and B-4 "It's All", which seems to break up with folk followers who have been criticized for becoming electric.・ A collection of famous songs such as "Over Now, Baby Blue". The jacket shot in the living room of the manager's house at that time is studded with albums that Dylan seems to have influenced. It is a historic masterpiece that strengthened the rock color and impressed the beginning of the turbulent period in the latter half of the 1960s.
- Subterranean Homesick Blues
- She Belongs To Me
- Maggie's Farm
- Love Minus Zero / No Limit
- Outlaw Blues
- On The Road Again
- Bob Dylan's 115th Dream
- Mr. Tambourine Man
- Gates Of Eden
- It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
- It's All Over Now, Baby Blue