The finished album, Bob Dylan, showcased a performer playing covers from his live shows and it wasn't until his second album that Dylan's own songwriting came to the fore. While "House Carpenter" was not officially released until the Bootleg series, it had long been sought out unofficially as one of the the superior takes from the sessions.
With likely no more than a handful of acetates for each song pressed, the present is a rare set and also carries a distinguished provenance. John Hammond wanted photographer Ted Russell to possibly shoot the album cover and sent him the present acetates to get a feel for the performances. While any shots Russell took didn't end up as the album art, his candid 1964 session of Dylan at home in his apartment is well known.
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