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Bob Dylan - Great White Wonder -Uncut FLAC album

Performer: Bob Dylan
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: Great White Wonder -Uncut-
Country: US
Released: 1970
Style: Folk Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1414 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1986 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1546 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 341

Great White Wonder, or GWW, is the first notable rock bootleg album, released in July 1969, and containing unofficially released recordings by Bob Dylan. It is also the first release of the famous bootleg record label Trademark of Quality (or TMQ). Several of the tracks presented here were recorded with The Band in the summer of 1967 in West Saugerties, New York, during the informal sessions that were later released in a more complete form in Dylan's 1975 album The Basement Tapes.

Eggshell white gatefold jacket with "GREAT WHITE WONDER" stamped in red in the top right corner. Labels are faked to resemble a release by DUPRE and his MIRACLE SOUND.

Rare vintage "Fan club" double album! "BOB DYLAN- GREAT WHITE WONDER" 1969 plain label The condition of the gatefold cover is about VG+ with some tape on seams and minor writing. Rare vintage "Fan club" double album! "Bob dylan- great white wonder". The condition of the gatefold cover is about VG+ with some tape on seams and minor writing. The condition of both discs are VG+ and play well. This is the first underground rock release, a legendary double album originally pressed in a run of 1,000-2,000 copies by two anonymous . insiders known as Dub and Ken. It began appearing in stores in June 1969, and got its nickname from the plain white jacket. This is the second version, still from 1969, but decorated with the titular stamp.

Bob Dylan’s fantastic new album opens with a train song. Given the wrath to come and the often elemental ire that accompanies it, not to mention all the bloodshed, madness, death, chaos and assorted disasters that will shortly be forthcoming, you may be surprised that what’s clattering along the tracks here isn’t the ominous engine of a slow train coming, a locomotive of doom and retribution, souls wailing in a caboose. Dusquesne Whistle, instead, and at odds it will shortly transpire with much we go on to encounter, joyfully evokes the jubilee train of gospel legend, bound for glory; a salvation express full of hopeful hallelujahs, its destination somewhere better than here, this sickly place and its trampled sadness, unceasing strife and grief everywhere you look.

The two-disc ‘Great White Wonder’ features 26 cuts and does not please Columbia. The Artwork of Bob Dylan. Some objected to the simple packaging– a white double sleeve with Great White Wonder rubber stamped in the upper righthand corner – said, while others indicated they were afraid of how Columbia might react. Those shops carrying the LP seem happy, though, with many reporting the album’s arrival has had the same effect on business as a new Beatles or Stones LP might have: Business generally has picked up. Of all the songs offered in the package, only three had previously been released by Dylan, and all were then in a different form.

The first ever Bob Dylan bootleg album, Great White Wonder. The first ever popular rock bootleg to appear on the black market was Dylan's Great White Wonder, a double album first coming to underground record stores in mid-1969, through a young bootleg label, "Trademark of Quality" TMQ1 It contained a variety of material: several tracks coming from a hotel rehearsal in December 1961 recorded by then-girlfriend Bonnie Beecher, Witmark.


A1 Candy Man
A2 Ramblin' Around
A3 Black Cross
A4 I Ain't Got No Home
A5 Death Of Emmett Till
B1 Poor Lazarus
B2 Baby Please Don't Go
B3 Interview
B4 Dink's Song
B5 See That My Grave Is Kept Clean
B6 The Story Of East Orange
B7 Man Of Constant Sorrow
C1 New Orleans Rag
C2 If You Gotta Go, Go Now
C3 Only A Hobo
C4 Sitting On A Barbed Wire Fence
C5 The Mighty Quinn
C6 This Wheel's On Fire
C7 I Shall Be Released
D1 Open The Door Homer
D2 Too Mush Of Nothing
D3 Nothing Was Delivered
D4 Tears Of Rage
D5 Living The Blues
D6 Mixed Up Confusion


This version of The Great White Wonder is thought to have originated from the UK around 1970 or 1971. The plain white stamped gate-fold cover is of thinner stock as used in Europe and the UK at the time- although the sides are Auto-Coupled which might suggest it was actually pressed in the USA. The reason it is sub-titled 'uncut' is not really known although it could be an update of the single LP UK version released around the same time- or it could be a reference to the fact that it contains an extra song than the standard release by adding 'Mixed Up confusion'.
Title, ' GREAT WHITE WONDER -UNCUT-' is stamped on the front.
Records have plain white labels and the word 'cooper' has been stamped and then scratched out in the run-out groove of each side.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: cooper 1/2/3/4

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Bob Dylan Great White Wonder ‎(2xLP, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (Bob Dylan) none US 1969
none Bob Dylan Great White Wonder ‎(2xLP, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (Bob Dylan) none US 1970
none Bob Dylan Great White Wonder ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (Bob Dylan) none US 1969
none Bob Dylan Great White Wonder ‎(2xLP, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (Bob Dylan) none US 1969
none Bob Dylan Great White Wonder ‎(2xLP, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label (Bob Dylan) none US 1969