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This is a page of albums and singles that look like official Dylan singles but are actually from sources other than Columbia or other official record companies. For other Questionable releases, see here. For Questionable video releases, see here. Some of these entries are of items listed on eBay. Because of the very large number of Dylan fakes on eBay, I have now discontinued using eBay as a source.  For the official releases of these albums, see International Album Releases, except where noted.

Revised 27 August, 2020.


Acetates/Test Pressings (1962 onwards)


"Rollin' Along" - 10" mono metal acetate, CBS (no catalogue number) (UK), 1962:


Picture from eBay
This four track acetate called "Rollin' Along" (misspelled) has three tracks from Bob Dylan (one twice): on Side 1 it has House Of The Risin' Sun and Freight Train Blues; on Side 2 a second version of Freight Train Blues, the same performance but quieter, and Man Of Constant Sorrow. It comes from the same vendor who offered the Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands 1966 10" metal acetate below. This "ADVANCE COPY - NOT FOR SALE" generic label was used by CBS UK so the acetate may be genuine, but it's listed here until confirmation is received.

Thanks to Arie de Reus and Gerd Rundel for information.


"Ain't Gonna Grieve" - 10" acetate, Columbia (no catalogue number) (USA), Aug 1963:


Scan by Hans Seegers
R-0031    Ain't Gonna Grieve - Witmark demo recorded Aug 1963
Now officially released in mono in Oct 2010 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 9 - The Witmark Demos 1962-1964., so no longer a rarity.

This acetate has a generic Columbia promo white label with typewritten title "Ain't Gonna Grieve No More" and handwritten "23591" in red. This performance later appeared with eight other Witmark demos on a US Warner Bros/7 Arts Music 12" singled-sided acetate LP in 1967. It also surfaced in a set of US Music Publishers Holding Corporation acetates, see 2004.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scan. Thanks to Jeff Gold for information that this "1963" acetate is a fake, one of several that were made in the USA around 2000, also for other artists, so is now here.


"Percy's Song" - audiodisc 12" mono acetate, Columbia (USA), 1964?:


Picture from eBay
Q-0001 Percy's Song - mono version of performance released on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3 in 1991, out-take from The Times They Are A-Changin’, recorded at Columbia Studios, New York, 23 Oct 1963

This acetate with a Columbia Recording Studios, New York, generic label is in a buff "audiodisc" sleeve and has two versions of the song at 7:40 and 7:00. I haven't allocated them separate "Q" numbers because of its doubtful provenance.

Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for finding this on eBay and to Hans Seegers for information that this acetate may well be a fake from an Italian source.


Picture from eBay

"Last Thoughts On Woody Guthrie" - audiodisc 12" mono acetate, Columbia (USA), 1964?:


Picture from eBay
Last Thoughts On Woody Guthrie - live Town Hall, New York, 12 Apr 1963 (mono version), possibly same as from first version of cancelled Columbia album Bob Dylan In Concert, 1964, now released in stereo in 1991 on The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3

This acetate with a Columbia Recording Studios, Nashville, TN, generic label is in a buff "audiodisc" sleeve. It's unusual that the Nashville studios would be used to produce a Dylan acetate since Bob had no association with those studios before 1966.

Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for finding this on eBay and to Hans Seegers for information that this acetate may well be a fake from an Italian source.


Picture from eBay

"Long John" - 12" mono acetate, Columbia (USA), 1964?:


Picture from eBay
Q-0003 Long John (traditional) - from the "Minnesota Hotel Tape", Minneapolis, MN, 22 Dec 1961, otherwise unreleased

Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for finding this on eBay and to Hans Seegers for information that this acetate may well be a fake from the same Italian source - it uses what appears to be a generic label from Columbia Recording Studios, Nashville, TN. Again, it's unusual that the Nashville studios would be used to produce a Dylan acetate since Bob had no association with those studios before 1966.


Picture from eBay

"Cocaine" - 12" mono acetate, Columbia (USA), 1964?:


Picture from eBay
Cocaine (traditional) - from the "Minnesota Hotel Tape", Minneapolis, MN, 22 Dec 1961, otherwise unreleased

Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for finding this on eBay and to Hans Seegers for information that this acetate may well be a fake from the same Italian source - it again uses what appears to be a generic label from Columbia Recording Studios, Nashville, TN.


Picture from eBay

"Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?" - 12" stereo acetate, Columbia (USA), 1965:


Scan by Gerhard Schinzel
Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? - possibly R-0513, stereo version unreleased until 2015
The performance available on Masterpieces (1978) and Biograph (1985, remastered CD reissue 1997) and the 2000/2001 Essential Bob Dylan/Ultimate Bob Dylan compilations is from the original single and still in mono. The single version released in Nov 2015 on the 18CD Collector's Edition of The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 (CD10, track 12) is in stereo and has been remixed from the original tapes. R-0513 will still remain a rarity, because of the limited availability of this massive set.

Thanks to Gerhard Schinzel for the scan and to Hans Seegers for information that this acetate may well be a fake from the same Italian source - it again uses what appears to be a generic label from Columbia Recording Studios, Nashville, TN.


"Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again"/"Visions Of Johanna" - 10" acetate, CBS (no catalogue number) (UK), offered for sale on eBay, 14 Feb 2013:


Picture from eBay
Thanks to Anders Lindh and Gerd Rundel for finding this supposed 1966 acetate on eBay.

Ian Woodward:

"My gut reaction is that it is NOT genuine but that is based largely on the question of "WHY?" Why would CBS in England press up a 10" acetate of these two tracks? It might have helped if the seller had indicated more clearly the differences between these and the regular album tracks. He does refer to different timings, so, if these tracks are shorter, it is just about possible that someone at CBS UK was trying these out for a potential single release. The seller also describes them as "Different versions". Again, it is just about possible that these would have been mixed differently for a potential single release. I'm not convinced but this is within the bounds of possibility. I am also worried about the "Not covered By Contract" stamp. Dylan went out of contract in October 1966 so, again, it is just about possible but I have never seen the likes of this before, nor heard of such a stamp. And I'm not even sure that Dylan going out of contract would have prevented Columbia/CBS from issuing material recorded when he was in contract. After all, in 1973, Columbia/CBS released the "DYLAN" album as soon as he joined Asylum. Finally, what the heck is "M8"? Have you ever seen anything like this before? It is almost as though someone has added it in, with the intention of making it seem more oddball. On the other hand, the colouration and state of the label, in the picture provided at least, does seem to have "age". On balance, I'd place this in the doubtful category (but accept that I could well be proved wrong)."

Roger Ford:

"I'm no expert in detecting fakes, and have no idea how common this sort of pretence might be. But a few thoughts:

  1. It's odd that this disc was made by CBS UK. Most of the other Dylan acetates or other pre-release discs that I can remember seeing have been from Columbia in New York (OK, and one from Fantasy in the US). I can't see that any very early versions of songs would have been deliberately shipped over to the UK (though we know that they did it accidentally for the BoB LP itself!)

  2. If it was indeed produced by UK CBS, what was its purpose, and what was it an advance copy *of*? These two tracks are both two long for any possible single, unless they're edits that we haven't come across before. Maybe advance album tracks for radio stations prior to the release of Blonde On Blonde?

  3. What's the significance of the "Not covered by contract" rubber stamp? The only thing I can think of is that at this time Dylan's newest songs would not have been covered by his publishing contract with Witmark / Warner Bros. In the UK the Blonde On Blonde songs were initially covered by Feldman. But then why not say that? Very odd.

  4. There's surprisingly little information in the ad about the disc, e.g. whether it's an acetate or a vinyl pressing, single or double sided, 45 or 33 rpm (you'd expect that to be on the label, no?), what sort of sleeve it's in, what its provenance is.

  5. Given that the main selling point is that the tracks are different versions and lengths of the songs than on "the stock record", it's surprising that the seller doesn't give the track timings or indicate what "stock record" he's talking about.

  6. I've no idea what the "M8" stamp could signify. Maybe just hocus-pocus?

  7. The mis-spelling of Johanna as Joanna is the sort of mistake someone could well have made at the time, or equally it could be an easy attempt to make it look more intriguing and genuine.

On balance, then, I'd guess it was a fake. If I'm wrong about that, which is quite possible, then I'd be surprised if the *versions* were anything other than the early (Nashville?) mono mixes of these two songs that appeared on all UK (and Canadian) mono copies of Blonde On Blonde. I'd be *really* surprised if they turned out to be previously unheard takes or mixes. They could perhaps be just edits of these two album tracks that might have been considered for release as a UK single in late '66 or '67, though it'd be the first we'd heard of such an intention."

Thanks to Ian Woodward and Roger Ford for their input!


Blowin' In The Wind/Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (1963)


"Blowin' In The Wind"/"Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" - 7" mono singles, Columbia 4-42856 (USA), Aug 1963:


Columbia 4-42856 (USA) - unauthorised sleeve, front scan by Peter Denzler

Peter Denzler has a sleeve for the 1963 US single, Columbia 4-42856, that was unauthorised by Columbia and post-dates the single. The front photo is from 1965 and shows Bob with an electric guitar! For the single itself, see Mono 7" Singles & EPs 1962-64. It actually came in a generic Columbia sleeve, see 7" Single Sleeves. Ian Woodward has found yet another "sleeve" design online with a photo from later in the 1960s.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Ian Woodward for further information about these items.


Columbia 4-42856 (USA) - unauthorised sleeve, rear scan by Peter Denzler


Columbia 4-42856 (USA) - unauthorised front sleeve picture found by Ian Woodward

Subterranean Homesick Blues/She Belongs To Me (1965)


"Subterranean Homesick Blues"/"She Belongs To Me" - 7" mono singles, Columbia 4-43242 (USA/Canada), 8 Mar 1965:


Columbia 4-43242 (USA) - fake front picture from www.bobdylan.com

Despite the fact that this humorous single sleeve comes from bobdylan.com it is definitely fake! Thanks to Ed Ricardo for spotting that the source photo comes from a 1965 series called "Mountain Men of Crete" by Irving Penn. For the official US single, see Mono 7" Singles & EPs 1965.
Photo by Irving Penn from Facebook


Columbia 4-43242 (USA) - front scan by Stefan Haras (genuine release)


Like A Rolling Stone EP (1965)


"Como Una Piedra Que Rueda" [Like A Rolling Stone] - 7" mono EP, CBS EPC 496 (Mexico), 1965:


CBS EPC 496 (Mexico) - front photo from eBay (fake promo release)
Thanks to Manuel García Jara for finding a fake Mexican promo on eBay. The record looks genuine enough, although it has a fake promo stamp, but the sleeve is obviously fake.


CBS EPC 496 (Mexico) - front of folded card sleeve (my copy, genuine release)


Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?/Highway 61 Revisited (1966)


"Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?"/"Highway 61 Revisited" - 7" mono singles, Columbia 4-43477 (USA), Jan 1966:


"Columbia 43477" (USA) - fake front photo by Francisco Lima
Thanks to Francisco Lima and Peter Denzler for finding copies of Columbia 4-43477 in fake sleeves. The genuine single did not have a picture sleeve.
"Columbia 43477" (USA) - fake rear photo by Francisco Lima


Columbia 4-43477 (USA) - fake front scan by Peter Denzler


Columbia 4-43477 (USA) - fake rear scan by Peter Denzler

Just Like A Woman/Obviously 5 Believers (1966)


"Just Like A Woman"/"Obviously 5 Believers" - 7" mono single, Columbia 4-43792 (USA), 18 Aug 1966:


Columbia 4-43792 (USA) - B-side with fake sleeve, picture from eBay
Thanks to Manuel García Jara for pointing out a copy of Columbia 4-43792 (first commercial variant) for auction on eBay with a fake sleeve described as a "special limited edition picture sleeve". For the official US single, which did not have a picture sleeve, see 1966.

Bob Dylan EP (1968)


"Bob Dylan" - 7" mono promo EP release, CBS 6475 (Portugal), 1968:


CBS 6475 (Portugal) - fake promo sleeve front, photo from eBay
Thanks to Manuel for finding a fake promo copy of this EP on eBay with a different (anachronistic) front sleeve, one that was never really used by CBS. The real rear sleeves have two folded-over flaps with the printer's name printed either at the right or the centre of the bottom flap. The fake sleeve has no folded-over flaps and no printer's name. The record has white labels with the CBS Portugal circumference text and "BOB DYLAN/CBS 6475" rubber stamped on both sides. The sides are identical except for the stamped text being slightly differently placed. As far as I know CBS Portugal never made promos with this label style.
CBS 6475 (Portugal) - fake promo sleeve rear, photo from eBay


CBS 6475 (Portugal) - fake promo A-side, photo from eBay


CBS 6475 (Portugal) - fake promo B-side, photo from eBay
PortEP6475Front.jpg (17400 bytes)
CBS 6475 (Portugal) - front scan by Hans Seegers (genuine release)

Lay, Lady, Lay/Peggy Day (1969)


"Lay, Lady, Lay"/"Peggy Day" - 7" mono juke box single, Columbia(?) JBS 44926 (USA?), 2019:


Columbia JBS 44926 (USA) - front of fake sleeve, photo from eBay
Thanks to Sergio Mariano Romay for finding this fake jukebox single on eBay in what is described as a "fan club" sleeve. The record itself has a previously unknown catalogue number of "JBS 44296" (Juke Box Single) and looks significantly different from the genuine 1969 jukebox single, which came with jukebox strips but without a picture sleeve.
Columbia JBS 44926 (USA) - fake front and A-side, photo from eBay

Columbia JBS 44926 (USA) - fake rear, B-side, mini front sleeves and jukebox strips, photo from eBay

Columbia 4-44926 (USA) - promo A-side scan by Hans Seegers (genuine release)

Columbia 4-44926 (USA) - jukebox strips scan by Manuel García Jara (genuine release)

The rear of the sleeve is plain white, and the single comes with mini front sleeves and jukebox strips, as a genuine jukebox single might.


"Lay, Lady, Lay"/"Peggy Day" - 7" mono promo singles, CBS 4434 (Portugal), Jul 1969:


CBS 4434 (Portugal) - fake promo front, photo from eBay

Thanks to Paul Prince and Manuel García Jara for information about fake promo copies of the Portuguese single CBS 4434 for sale on eBay. The front sleeve is completely fake, and the rear sleeve does not have the correct text at the bottom.


CBS 4434 (Portugal) - fake rear with promo stamp, photo from eBay


CBS 4434 (Portugal) - fake A-side with promo sticker, photo from eBay


CBS 4434 (Portugal) - front scan by Hans Seegers (genuine release)


Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You/Country Pie (1969)


"Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You"/"Country Pie" - 7" mono single, CBS 4611 (Portugal), 19 Dec 1969:


CBS 4611 (Portugal) - fake promo front, photo from eBay

Thanks to Paul Prince and Manuel García Jara for information about fake promo copies of CBS 4611 for sale on eBay. The front sleeve is completely fake, and the rear sleeve does not have the correct text at the bottom.

The legitimate Portuguese single initially had a spelling mistake on the spine of the sleeve - "BOB DYLAM" instead of "BOB DYLAN". This sleeve was withdrawn and the mistake corrected.


CBS 4611 (Portugal) - fake rear with promo stamp, photo from eBay


CBS 4611 (Portugal) - fake A-side with promo stamp, photo from eBay


CBS 4611 (Portugal) - front scan by Hans Seegers (genuine release)

If Not For You/New Morning (1971)


"If Not For You"/"Tomorrow Is A Long Time" - 7" stereo single, Columbia AE7-1039 (USA), Nov 1971?:


Columbia AE7-1039 (USA) - front photo from eBay
Thanks for Gerd Rundel for finding this on eBay, but I'm assured by Arie de Reus and Hans Seegers that it's a fake. There is no single with the sleeve! This has therefore been added here.

Bob Dylan/The Band - On A Night Like This/You Angel You  (1974)


Bob Dylan/The Band - "En Una Noche Como Esta [On A Night Like This]"/"Tú Ángel Tú [You Angel You]" - stereo 7" singles, Asylum/Gamma G-1328 (Mexico), 1974 (two releases):


Asylum/Gamma G-1328 (Mexico) - fake front photo from eBay
Thanks for Sergio Mariano Romay for finding this Mexican record with a fake sleeve on eBay. The record is a genuine copy that should come in a Gamma sleeve
Asylum/Gamma G-1328 (Mexico) - fake rear photo from eBay

Bob Dylan/The Band - Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)/The Band - Stage Fright  (1974)


Bob Dylan/The Band - "Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)"/The Band - "Stage Fright" - 7" single, Asylum NS-07-6 (Portugal), 1974:


Asylum NS-07-6 (Portugal) - fake front and genuine single, photo from eBay
Thanks for Sergio Mariano Romay for finding this Portuguese record with a fake sleeve on eBay.
Asylum NS-07-6 (Portugal) - front scan by Kenneth Robson (genuine release)

Tangled Up In Blue/If You See Her, Say Hello (1975)


"Tangled Up In Blue"/"If You See Her, Say Hello" - 7" promo and commercial stereo singles, CBS 3160 (NL/Portugal/Spain), May 1975:


CBS 3160 (Portugal) - fake promo front picture from eBay

Thanks to Kenneth Robson for scans of the Portuguese single, which has a unique cover photo showing Bob live. Thanks also to Sergio Mariano Romay for finding a "promo" Portuguese copy on eBay with a different textured sleeve that is almost certainly fake.

Tangled7PortFront.jpg (22107 bytes)
CBS 3160 (Portugal) - front scan by Kenneth Robson (genuine release)

"Hurricane (Part I)/"Hurricane (Part II) (1975)


"Hurricane (Part I)"/"Hurricane (Part II)" - 7" commercial single, CBS 3841 (Spain), Nov 1975:


CBS 3841 (Spain) - fake front scan by Stefan Haras
The apparently attractive sleeve for the Spanish Hurricane single is really a blatant fake. The "No. 1 in USA" logo (printed, not a sticker) is actually taken from Asylum Spanish singles like the Eagles example shown. The real CBS Spain "NO. UNO EN USA" logo is shown on a Spanish Chicago single. The Hurricane single actually only reached #33 in the USA, although the Desire album did reach #1 (and was sold in Spain with this logo on the front sleeve).


Asylum 45-1469 (Spain) - front scan by Manuel García Jara


CBS 4603 (Spain) - front scan by Manuel García Jara

Huracan7SpainFront.jpg (23656 bytes)
CBS 3841 (Spain) - front scan by Magnus Sjöberg

Thanks to Magnus Sjöberg, Manuel García Jara and Stefan Haras for information and scans.


Mozambique/Oh, Sister (1976)


"Mozambique"/"Oh, Sister" - 7" promo and commercial stereo singles, CBS 4113 (Portugal), Apr 1976:


CBS 4113 (Portugal) - fake promo front and genuine record, picture from eBay

Thanks to Sergio Mariano Romay for finding a "promo" Portuguese copy on eBay with a different sleeve that is almost certainly fake. The record is genuine but has a fake promo sticker.

Mozambique7PortFront.jpg (22979 bytes)
CBS 4113 (Portugal) - front scan by Hans Seegers (genuine release)

Changing Of The Guards (1978)


"Changing Of The Guards" - 7" promo single, Columbia 3-10851 (USA), 24 Oct 1978:


Columbia 3-10851 (US promo) - short version (R-0147), first label variation with fake sleeve, picture from eBay
Thanks to Wiebke Dittmer for finding a promo copy of Columbia 3-10851 for auction on eBay with a fake sleeve described as a "special limited edition picture sleeve". For the promo single itself, which did not have a picture sleeve, see 1978.
Columbia 3-10851 (US promo) - full version, first label variation with fake sleeve, picture from eBay

USA for Africa - We Are The World (1985)


USA For Africa (Various Artists) - "Somos El Mundo [We Are The World]"/Quincy Jones - "Gracia [Grace]" - 7" commercial single, CBS 8648 (Mexico), Mar 1985:


CBS 8648 (Mexico) - 7" single with fake promo sleeve, photo from eBay
This single can be found on eBay with at least two different fake promo sleeves! The single looks genuine in both photos, but really only came with a generic sleeve. It has orange/yellow CBS labels.

Thanks to Manuel García Jara for information.


CBS 8648 (Mexico) - 7" single with second fake promo sleeve, photo from eBay

USA for Africa - "We Are The World"/Third World - "Sense Of Purpose" - stereo 7" single, CBS CBSA 4930 (Thailand?), 1985(?):


CBS CBSA 4930 (NL?) - front scan by Simon Blokker (fake)

CBS CBSA 4930 (NL?) - rear scan by Simon Blokker (fake)

CBS CBSA 4930 (NL?) - A-side scan by Simon Blokker (fake)

CBS CBSA 4930 (NL?) - B-side scan by Simon Blokker (fake)

CBS CBSA 4930 (NL) - A-side scan by Manuel García Jara (genuine release)

Columbia 38-04733 (USA) - promo A-side picture from www.discogs.com (genuine release)

This pirated single has the charity song We Are The World by USA For Africa on the A-side, and another 1985 single on the B-side. The catalogue number, CBS CBSA 4930, is actually that of a 1984 CBS single by Alison Moyet, A-side Invisible, B-side Hitch Hike. The sleeve looks like a bad photocopy of the US single sleeve. The artist name on the A-side of this single is listed wrongly as "USA All Stars". It has the logo of the Dutch copyright organisations "BIEM/STEMRA" but was almost certainly made in Asia, probably Thailand. It also has an EU Label Code of "LC|0151", which according to www.discogs.com was never used - "LC|0149" was CBS Records and "LC|0162" was Columbia.

For all official releases containing We Are The World see 1985.

Thanks to Simon Blokker and Manuel García Jara for information and scans.


The Usual/Got My Mind Made Up (1987)


"The Usual"/"Got My Mind Made Up" - 7" promo single, CBS 651148 7 (Portugal), 5 Oct 1987:


CBS 651148 7 (Portugal) - fake promo front and genuine record, picture from eBay

Thanks to Sergio Mariano Romay for finding a "promo" Portuguese copy on eBay with a different sleeve that is almost certainly fake.

Usual.jpg (14753 bytes)
CBS 651148 7 (Portugal) - 7" front scan (my copy, genuine release)


Unbelievable/10,000 Men (1990)


"Unbelievable"/"10,000 Men" - 7" promo single, CBS 656304 7 ("Portugal"), 17 Sep 1990:


CBS 656304 7 ("Portugal") - fake promo front and genuine record, picture from eBay

Thanks to Sergio Mariano Romay for finding a "promo" Portuguese copy on eBay with a sleeve that is almost certainly fake. The record is genuine but is actually from Holland, not Portugal at all... There was not actually a Portuguese release for this single.

Unbelievable7NLFront.JPG (36386 bytes)
CBS 656304 7 (NL) - front scan (my copy, genuine release)

Murder Most Foul (2020)


"Murder Most Foul" - promo CD single, Columbia BDCRP-2020 ("USA"), 27 Apr 2020:


Columbia BDCRP-2020 ("USA") - front of fake promo card sleeve, picture from Facebook
These pictures were posted on Facebook by someone calling themselves “Einstein disguised as Robin Hood” and appear to show front and back of a promo card sleeve with two different CD designs. Note "Murder MUST Foul" on the second disc - both are almost certainly pirated. The second disc has the web address "www.mpo.fr". This is the genuine web-site of French pressing company "Moularges et Plastiques de l'Ouest [Western Mouldings & Plastics] but their role for Sony/Columbia has exclusively been to press many of the most recent vinyl records.
Columbia BDCRP-2020 ("USA") - rear of fake promo card sleeve, picture from Facebook


Columbia BDCRP-2020 ("USA") - fake promo CD, picture from Facebook


Second fake promo CD, picture from Facebook

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