Eighth studio album from American icon Bob Dylan. John Wesley Harding was originally recorded in 1967 and marked Dylan's return from self imposed exile after suffering from a motorcycle accident. He returned to acoustic music and traditional roots after the rock sounds of his previous three albums. Includes the songs: "All Along the Watchtower," "I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine," and "The Wicked Messenger." Twelve tracks in all. Released by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab on 180 gram double vinyl pressed at 45 RPM.
- limited to 3000 copies
- 180 gram double vinyl pressing
- 45 RPM mono version
- remastered from the original master tapes
- individually numbered
- music label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab 2016
reviewed by lonely dove 01/2017
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