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Friday 27 March Saturday 28 March Monday 30 March Tuesday 31 March Wednesday 1 April Thursday 2 April A review in Billboard magazine describes the track as "winning". On a more negative note, writer Seth Rogovoy describes "Wigwam" as a "bizarre, wordless vocal tune". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bob Dylan song. There are two labels on the disc, the visible one covering up another, also with handwriting visible on it--it's likely the first had a mistake on it, so a second corrected one was placed over it.
However, immediately after the song Dylan clearly says: " Always wanted to have done that, it's one of my favourites Let's just try this one ". The version of Alberta 2 R is the album track from Self Portrait without overdubs, a shorter intro and an extra 5 secs at the end - still unreleased. Wigwam is the album track from Self Portrait identified as "Cut 4" with a different mix, considered by Jeff Gold to be superior to the released version.
The version of Early Morning Rain is again the album track from Self Portrait without overdubs, again considered by Jeff Gold to be superior to the released version. Arie de Reus has an acetate of Woogie Boogie containing the basic track with just piano and guitar. Curtis - album track from Self Portrait with different mix.
Null - album track from Self Portrait with different mix. For all these rarities see All tracks could be the released mixes. Side 3 has Bob Johnston's handwriting on the sleeve. Living The Blues is track 4 instead of track 5, so Belle Isle becomes track 5. The set of four single-sided acetates on the right variant 2 contains the Self Portrait album with its final mixes, but with the tracks in a slightly different order from that released. It was recorded for Self Portrait but not used, then planned to appear on the Dylan album, but finally dropped.
It also didn't make The Bootleg Series Vol. Take A Message To Mary Blue Moon Ring of Fire Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for finding a copy on www. The promo copies with radio station timing strips belonging to Truman Peyote and Gerd Rundel have the same sticker. Stuart Moore has a hardback US songbook that was originally an Australian library copy.
It has a sticker on the front similar to the album sticker. Michael Ventimiglia has a copy where the records have the later s label style with the Columbia logo in a ring with classical music on Side 4! This mispressing has been discussed on the Steve Hoffman Forum. Most US first pressings have this style, but Jon McAuliffe says the mid-west Columbia pressing plant had stocks of the old labels to use up first! The various differences between the US record labels can be summarised by these differences on the Side 1 label:.
Lars M. Banke has another release copy, also bought in Denmark, that has no CBS sticker in the upper right corner of the rear sleeve, but there are glue marks that look like there has been one that has fallen off. It has been replaced by a small yellow sticker that might have been put on by a second-hand record seller. Two instances of "Columbia" in the copyright line at the bottom of the rear sleeve have been obscured with black marker pen. There are red ring-shaped "CBS" stickers on all the record labels.
Banke release Thanks to R. Banke for information and scans. All tracks are the standard stereo album versions. The insides of the two halves of the tape box are plain white. The top and bottom of the tape box are hinged together at front left. Thanks to Hans Seegers and Steven Fant for information and scans.
The cartridge itself is made of brown plastic. Unusually, the slipcase has the logo of RCA. The four programs have been rearranged to make all sides of equal length:. Thanks to Stuart Moore for information and scans. This single cassette release has a folded insert, the reverse of which has details of other Columbia artists cassette releases Nashville Skyline and Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits are listed.
The cassette is light grey with white paper labels. The third cassette release insert is the same shorter size and has catalogue number "CGT " on the insert while the cassette sides have "GT ". It now has a barcode. Side 1 of the cassette has the inverted triangle logo on the left, first introduced in for Biograph. The reverse of the insert is blank.
The cassette is again light grey with black text, there are no paper labels. Thanks to Gerd Rundel for information and scans.
The Canadian release comes in a rough and thick gatefold sleeve while the mids sleeve is smooth. Both sleeves have different copyright lines at bottom rear see detail scans. The text on the left of the rear sleeve is more indented on the mids release.
Also, the mids sleeve has clearly stronger colouring than the sleeve. Columbia Records of Canada Ltd. Thanks to Martin Hoefermann, Lars M. Banke and Gerd Rundel for information and scans. Banke second mids copy Lars M. Banke has a second mids copy that this time has a sleeve without a front sticker and where the Columbia logos have not been obscured. This time the record labels have black ring-shaped stickers covering the ring of Columbia logos.
This album comes in the same gatefold sleeve as the US release, my copy was printed in England by Garrod and Lofthouse International Limited. The catalogue number on the spine and rear sleeve is "CBS ". The copy from eil. Thanks to Ian Woodward for finding a UK test pressing on eil. The records come in a commercial gatefold sleeve and CBS inner sleeves.
They have white plain white labels with just matrix numbers A1-D1 handwritten in black fibre pen as shown above. Beddoe" Albert Frank Beddoe.
The labels are the same as mine, although the printing of the text around the centre hole is higher, most noticeably on Side 1. Shown above is a flyer for the album distributed by CBS to record shops - this was acquired by Henry V. Bell when he worked at Shear's Records in Belfast in The paper inner sleeve is the same for both records and is generic.
The reverse is the same as the sleeve shown for the UK release of Nashville Skyline , with the eight point propaganda piece about buying music on vinyl records. The second paper inner sleeve, also from , comes from another Dylan album that I bought on vinyl at that time to replace one in my album collection which was stolen in May Day Group".
The inside of the gatefold sleeve is the same as my listed copy. The paper inner sleeve is identical to my first listed inner sleeve above with the rear same as in , and is the same for both records. The record labels are also the same as those of my copy. The first release matrix numbers are the same as those of Christopher Burton's copy. The CBS logo and catalogue number on the rear of the sleeve at top right are the same, but the bottom copyright text is completely different.
On the Side 1 record label Days Of 49 is correct, but on the Side 3 record label Copper Kettle is still wrongly credited to "Traditional". This third variant of the mid s release comes in the same gatefold sleeve as my release printed by Garrod and Lofthouse International Limited. Everything produced would then be hidden from the government in order to avoid the whiskey tax of Clinton Heylin writes, "'Copper Kettle' Among the original songs written for the album, the instrumental "Wigwam" later achieved recognition for its use in the Wes Anderson film The Royal Tenenbaums.
The song featured in the film Blow. One of the live songs on the album is the party-friendly romp " The Mighty Quinn Quinn the Eskimo ," originally recorded at the Basement Tapes sessions and covered to great success by Manfred Mann in For live venues, the Grateful Dead and Phish made the song an iconic favorite.
The version on Self Portrait , however, is a soundboard-sourced live performance from Dylan and the Band's Isle of Wight Festival concert as are three other tracks on the album. Self Portrait received negative reviews by critics and consumers alike. Dylan had his share of negative criticism before Self Portrait. At worst, his debut was met with quiet indifference.
In , his tour with the Hawks was met with open hostility from some fans, but the burgeoning rock press countered that reaction with their enthusiastic praise. With Self Portrait , there were few admirers and far more detractors. Critical disdain seemed universal. At best, a number of journalists, including Robert Christgau , felt there was a concept behind Self Portrait that had some merit.
First, that 'self' is most accurately defined and depicted in terms of the artifacts—in this case, pop tunes and folk songs claimed as personal property and semispontaneous renderings of past creations frozen for posterity on a piece of tape and perhaps even a couple of songs one has written oneself—to which one responds.
Second, that the people's music is the music people like, Mantovani strings and all. However, few critics expressed any interest in the music itself. I don't listen to it at all. The singing is not consistently good, though it has its moments, and the production—for which I blame Bob Johnston , though Dylan has to be listed as a coconspirator—ranges from indifferent to awful.
It is possible to use strings and soprano choruses well, but Johnston has never demonstrated the knack. Other points: it's overpriced, the cover art is lousy, and it sounds good on WMCA. In his Rolling Stone review with its memorably vitriolic opening line, "What is this shit?
I still would. But not an album of Dylan breathing softly. Weberman , Dylan can be heard responding angrily to the Marcus review, while attempting to defend larger accusations of perceived non-committal politics. Rex , at this point in its earlier incarnation as hippy acoustic duo Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Appalled at the negative reviews directed at the album, Bolan wrote a letter in its defence to the 11 July edition of Melody Maker :. I've just listended to Dylan's new album, and in particular "Belle Isle", and I feel deeply moved that such a man is making music in my time.
Dylan's songs are now mainly love ballads, the writing of which is one of the most poetic art forms since the dawn of man.The Bootleg Series, Vol. Another Self Portrait ( - Original Release).