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Tracklist

1Man Of Constant Sorrow
Arranged By – Bob Dylan
3:10
2Temporary Like Achilles
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:02
3 The Times They Are A-Changin' - 1964
4Ballad Of Hollis Brown
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:06
5It Ain't Me Babe
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:33
6Boots Of Spanish Leather
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:40
7Bob Dylan's Dream
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:03
8Visions Of Johanna
Written-By – Bob Dylan
7:33
9The Wicked Messenger
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:02
10 Another Side Of Bob Dylan - 1964
11Ballad In Plain D
Written-By – Bob Dylan
8:16
12I Shall Be Free
Written-By – Leadbelly
4:47
13 Bringing It All Back Home - 1965
14To Ramona
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:52
15Maggie's Farm
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:54
16From A Buick 6
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:19
17North Country Blues
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:35
18Fixin' To Die
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:22
19I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:53
20I Pity The Poor Immigrant
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:12
21Tombstone Blues
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:58
22It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
Written-By – Bob Dylan
7:29
23 Highway 61 Revisited - 1965
24Down The Highway
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:32
25Like A Rolling Stone
Written-By – Bob Dylan
6:09
26Pretty Peggy-O
Arranged By – Bob Dylan
3:23
27Only A Pawn In Their Game
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:33
28Just Like A Woman
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:52
29Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:31
30Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
Written-By – Bob Dylan
7:05
31Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:58
32Song To Woody
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:42
33The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:35
34House Of The Risin' Sun
Arranged By – Dave Van Ronk
5:20
35As I Went Out One Morning
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:49
36Gates Of Eden
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:40
37Absolutely Sweet Marie
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:57
38Outlaw Blues
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:05
39My Back Pages
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:22
40One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later)
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:54
41Pledging My Time
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:50
42I Shall Be Free No. 10
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:47
43Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:36
44Highway 51 Blues
Written-By – Curtis Jones
2:52
45 John Wesley Harding - 1967
46I Am A Lonesome Hobo
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:19
47Oxford Town
Written-By – Bob Dylan
1:50
48The Times They Are A-Changin'
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:15
49Ballad Of A Thin Man
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:58
50All I Really Want To Do
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:04
51When The Ship Comes In
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:18
52Baby, Let Me Follow You Down
Arranged By – Eric Von Schmidt
2:37
53Spanish Harlem Incident
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:24
54Restless Farewell
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:32
55Drifter's Escape
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:52
56Obviously 5 Believers
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:35
57She's No Good
Written-By – Jesse Fuller
1:41
58Chimes Of Freedom
Written-By – Bob Dylan
7:10
59Highway 61 Revisited
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:30
60Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:41
61In My Time Of Dyin'
Arranged By – Bob Dylan
2:41
62On The Road Again
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:35
63Gospel Plow
Arranged By – Bob Dylan
1:47
64Talkin' New York
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:22
65Dear Landlord
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:16
66All Along The Watchtower
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:31
67Corrina, Corrina
Written-By – Bo Carter Chatmon, Mississippi Sheiks, The
2:44
68It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:09
69I Want You
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:07
70Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance
Written-By – Henry Thomas
2:01
71The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:48
72Queen Jane Approximately
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:31
73Motorpsycho Nitemare
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:33
74Blowin' In The Wind
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:49
75Girl From The North Country
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:23
76A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
Written-By – Bob Dylan
6:53
77 Bob Dylan – 1962
78Talkin' World War III Blues
Written-By – Bob Dylan
6:28
79I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:22
80Love Minus Zero / No Limit
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:51
81Mr. Tambourine Man
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:30
82Bob Dylan's Blues
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:29
83One Too Many Mornings
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:41
84Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands
Written-By – Bob Dylan
11:23
85Masters Of War
Arranged By – Jean RitchieWritten-By – Bob Dylan
4:38
864th Time Around
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:35
87Bob Dylan's 115th Dream
Written-By – Bob Dylan
6:30
88Black Crow Blues
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:14
89I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:34
90Freight Train Blues
Written-By – Roy Acuff
2:18
91See That My Grave Is Kept Clean
Written-By – Blind Lemon Jefferson
2:43
92Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)
Written-By – Bob Dylan
3:30
93Subterranean Homesick Blues
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:21
94It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:12
95John Wesley Harding
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:58
96She Belongs To Me
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:47
97Desolation Row
Written-By – Bob Dylan
11:21
98 The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan - 1963
99Down Along The Cove
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:23
100 Blonde On Blonde - 1966
101With God On Our Side
Written-By – Bob Dylan
7:08

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MONO-88697761042Bob Dylan The Original Mono Recordings ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM + CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM )ColumbiaMONO-88697761042Europe2010
MONO-88697761051Bob Dylan The Original Mono Recordings ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE + LP, Album, Mono, RE + LP, Al)Columbia, LegacyMONO-88697761051US2010
MONO-88697761042Bob Dylan The Original Mono Recordings ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM + CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM )Columbia, LegacyMONO-88697761042US2010
no numberBob Dylan The Original Mono Recordings ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM + CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM )Columbiano numberUS2010
SICP 2951~9Bob Dylan The Original Mono Recordings ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM + CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM )Sony Records Int'lSICP 2951~9Japan2010

Credits

  • Lacquer Cut ByRyan Smith
  • Mastered ByGeorge Marino
  • ProducerSteve Berkowitz

Notes

This submission is for the U.S. version that is NOT numbered and contains the MOV Euro vinyl versions.

The MOV vinyl were supervised and eq'd by George Marino, and cut in the same room - on the same lathe as Marino by Ryan Smith @ Sterling Sound, NYC. These were pressed at Record Industry.

"Bob Dylan's First 8 Albums Reproduced From Their First Generation Mono Mixes
Deluxe Packaging And Full Color 12x12" Book
Highest Quality All-Analog 180-Gram Audiophile Vinyl"

Includes a coupon for the free download for the MP3 version of the box plus the bonus track "Positively 4th Street"

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8 8697-76105-1 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side A): 10320 1A 88697761051-LP1-A RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side B): 10320 1B 88697761051-LP1-B RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side A): 88012 1A MOVLP239 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side B): 88012 1B MOVLP239 STERLING
  • Other (Label, Side A): 88697761051-1A
  • Other (Label, Side B): 88697761051-1B
  • Other (Label, Sides A & B): CL 1779
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side C): 10321 1A 88697761051-LP2-A RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side D): 10321 1B 88697761051-LP2-B RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side C): 88013 1A MOVLP240 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side D): 88013 1B MOVLP 240 STERLING
  • Other (Label, Side C): 88697761051-2A
  • Other (Label, Side D): 88697761051-2B
  • Other (Label, Sides C & D): CL 1986
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side E): 10322 1A 88697761051-LP3-A RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side F): 10322 1B 88697761051-LP3-B RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side E): 88014 1A MOVLP241 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side F): 88014 1B MOVLP241 STERLING
  • Other (Label, Side E): 88697761051-3A
  • Other (Label, Side F): 88697761051-3B
  • Other (Label, Sides E & F): CL 2105
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side G): 10323 1A 88697761051-LP4-A RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side H): 10323 1B 88697761051-LP4-B RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side G): 88015 1A MOVLP242 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side H): 88015 1B MOVLP242 STERLING
  • Other (Label, Side G): 88697761051-4A
  • Other (Label, Side H): 88697761051-4B
  • Other (Label, Sides G & H): CL 2193
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side I): 10324 1A 88697761051-LP5-A RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side J): 10324 1B 88697761051-LP5-B RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side I): 88016 1A MOVLP243 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side J): 88016 1B MOVLP243 STERLING
  • Other (Label, Side I): 88697761051-5A
  • Other (Label, Side J): 88697761051-5B
  • Other (Label, Sides I & J): CL 2328
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side K): 10325 1A 88697761051-LP6-A RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side L): 10325 1B 88697761051-LP6-B RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side K): 88019 1A MOVLP244 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side L): 88019 1B MOVLP244 STERLING
  • Other (Label, Side K): 88697761051-6A
  • Other (Label, Side L): 88697761051-6B
  • Other (Label, Sides K & L): CL 2389
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side M): 10326 1A 88697761051-LP7-A RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side N): 10326 1B 88697761051-LP7-B RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side M): 88020 1A MOVLP 245 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side N): 88020 1B MOVLP 245 STERLING
  • Other (Label, Side M): 88697761051-7A
  • Other (Label, Side N): 88697761051-7B
  • Other (Label, Sides M & N): C2L 41
  • Other (Label, Sides M & N): CL 2517
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side O): 10326 1C 88697761051-LP7-C RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side P): 10326 1D 88697761051-LP7-D RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side O): 88020 1C MOVLP 245 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side P): 88020 1D MOVLP 245 STERLING
  • Other (Label, Side O): 88697761051-7C
  • Other (Label, Side P): 88697761051-7D
  • Other (Label, Sides O & P): C2L 41
  • Other (Label, Sides O & P): CL 2517
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side Q): 10327-1A 88697761051-LP-8-A RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side R): 10327 1B 88697761051-LP8-B RKS
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side Q): 88021 1A MOVLP246 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Runout Side R): 88021 1B MOVLP246 STERLING
  • Other (Label, Side Q): 88697761051-8A
  • Other (Label, Side R): 88697761051-8B
  • Other (Label, Sides Q & R): CL 2804

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Distributed By – Columbia Records
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Pressed By – Record Industry

Info

The Original Mono Recordings is comprised of Bob Dylan's first eight long-playing albums, painstakingly reproduced from their first generation monaural mixes as the artist intended them to be heard: one channel of powerful sound, both direct and immediate. While stereo recordings had been available as early as the mid-1950s, mono was still the predominant-and often preferred-mode of recording and mixing by the top artists of the 1960s. The Original Mono Recordings is a box set compilation album of recordings by Bob Dylan, released in October 2010 on Legacy Recordings, catalogue 88697761042. It consists of Dylan's first eight studio albums in mono on nine compact discs, the album Blonde on Blonde being issued on two discs in its original vinyl format. It does not include the singles collection Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits released during the same time span. The set includes a 56-page booklet with photographs, discographical information. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. Альбом 2010 Песен: 94. A look at the 2010 Bob Dylan box set - The Original Mono Recordings which features his first 8 albums in glorious mono. 1 item:The Original Mono Recordings by Bob Dylan Audio CD . Only 10 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by . Bob Dylans first 8 studio albums in mono for the first time ever on CD: Bob Dylan The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan The Time They Are A-Changin' Another Side Of Bob Dylan Bringing It All Back Home Highway 61 Revisited Blonde On Blonde John Wesley Harding. Each CD housed in heavy, wrapped LP-replica jackets with reproductions of original inner sleeves and inserts -60 pages -Rigid slipcase to hold the 8 jackets and book. Track Listings. Disc: 1. The only album that did not impress me muchly was Highway Sixty-One Revisited. The Original Mono Recordings. Your Rating. Ищете треки из альбома The Best Of The Original Mono Recordings исполнителя Bob Dylan Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. 1963 - The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Blowin' in the Wind - 02:54. Girl from the North Country - 03:25. Masters of War - 04:35. Down the Highway - 03:26. 1964 - Another Side of Bob Dylan. All I Really Want to Do - 04:08. Black Crow Blues - 03:18. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Bob Dylan. The Original Mono Recordings, 2010

Bob Dylan - The Original Mono Recordings mp3

Performer: Bob Dylan

Title: The Original Mono Recordings

Country: US

Release date: 07 Dec 2010

Label: Columbia, Legacy

Style: Folk Rock, Rock & Roll, Folk

Catalog: MONO-88697761051

Genre: Rock / Country

Size MP3: 1521 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 192

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Vertokini
Fri/14th/jun/‘19:Thnks for your the both of your replies. Where did each of your buy your boxes of these RKS cuts - from a US seller or otherwise? I ask b/c sealed copies are starting to pop up again, here n there, including at Acoustic Sounds. And they’re listed not at OOP/rare price points, but only moderately higher than the list price of the originally issued box. I wonder if any of these are also the RKS versions ...I’m also curious as to how the sellers k-n-o-w that their “Mint” i.e. presumably sealed boxes which they have listed under this particular entry indeed contain the RKS cuts?!!? I’d say they actually don’t and cannot know and are only presuming so. If there’s a way to discern, please detail, thnx.Lastly, if any of you have had the opportunity/luxury of A-B’ing the orig Marino cuts with the RKS cuts, can you hear any difference? To reiterate, I actually don’t like what Marino did with Zimmy’s voice. It’s too harsh. On my original UK CBS mono Highway 61 Revisited, w/orange, rough textured label and flipback-design cover, Zimmy’s voice is conspicuously smoother. I’ll admit that on the Marino remasters the bass is bumped, bolder, and the overall instrumentation is clearer, distinct, and not as smeared together (due to tube cut?) as on the my UK. And the pressing quality of the Sony is divine, very quiet. The same goes for Freewheelin’: Zim’s voice is mastered smoother on my OG US mono than on Marino’s remaster. Can you guys also hear what I’m discerning?Although it’s really just the exquisite sleeve construction and peerless art reproduction that is propelling me to re-shop for the Sony box, it’d comforting to know that the sonics have been improved by Ryan Smith. Nice packaging alone couldn’t justify a $200+ re-purchase.
Vertokini
Fri/14th/jun/‘19:Thnks for your the both of your replies. Where did each of your buy your boxes of these RKS cuts - from a US seller or otherwise? I ask b/c sealed copies are starting to pop up again, here n there, including at Acoustic Sounds. And they’re listed not at OOP/rare price points, but only moderately higher than the list price of the originally issued box. I wonder if any of these are also the RKS versions ...I’m also curious as to how the sellers k-n-o-w that their “Mint” i.e. presumably sealed boxes which they have listed under this particular entry indeed contain the RKS cuts?!!? I’d say they actually don’t and cannot know and are only presuming so. If there’s a way to discern, please detail, thnx.Lastly, if any of you have had the opportunity/luxury of A-B’ing the orig Marino cuts with the RKS cuts, can you hear any difference? To reiterate, I actually don’t like what Marino did with Zimmy’s voice. It’s too harsh. On my original UK CBS mono Highway 61 Revisited, w/orange, rough textured label and flipback-design cover, Zimmy’s voice is conspicuously smoother. I’ll admit that on the Marino remasters the bass is bumped, bolder, and the overall instrumentation is clearer, distinct, and not as smeared together (due to tube cut?) as on the my UK. And the pressing quality of the Sony is divine, very quiet. The same goes for Freewheelin’: Zim’s voice is mastered smoother on my OG US mono than on Marino’s remaster. Can you guys also hear what I’m discerning?Although it’s really just the exquisite sleeve construction and peerless art reproduction that is propelling me to re-shop for the Sony box, it’d comforting to know that the sonics have been improved by Ryan Smith. Nice packaging alone couldn’t justify a $200+ re-purchase.
Nalme
Sun. 11th March 2018Can anyone confirm that this 3rd iteration of the Original Mono Recordings vinylboxed set actually exists? I still have yet to see an eBay or Discogs seller list one. Please correct me if I have misunderstood what this listing is: the exact same packaging as both the first edition (numbered on the rear bottom right corner) and the second edition (NOT numbered), particularly the individual album sleeves being absolutely beautiful, thick cardboard, with exquisite image reproduction; vinyl being the same heavy weight as in the earlier two versions; the same large booklet included in the earlier versions; but Matrices indicating that Ryan K. Smith, not George Marino, cut the lacquers (“RKS”) for these pressings.So ... would a seller have to open his box and examine the Matrices to confirm whether his boxed set is this RKS version? Are there no other signs on the outer box to determine this? I’m looking to re-buy my recently sold numbered box, just to have again those extraordinarily reproduced Covers - absolutely beautiful! But I’m not crazy about Marino’s remastering; I’m leaning toward RKS’s remastering, as I like what I’ve heard he’s done with other reissues. So, ideally: Ryan’s cuts + the exact same physical packaging as the other two boxed sets. Does anyone have proof this exists? Thanks.
Nalme
Sun. 11th March 2018Can anyone confirm that this 3rd iteration of the Original Mono Recordings vinylboxed set actually exists? I still have yet to see an eBay or Discogs seller list one. Please correct me if I have misunderstood what this listing is: the exact same packaging as both the first edition (numbered on the rear bottom right corner) and the second edition (NOT numbered), particularly the individual album sleeves being absolutely beautiful, thick cardboard, with exquisite image reproduction; vinyl being the same heavy weight as in the earlier two versions; the same large booklet included in the earlier versions; but Matrices indicating that Ryan K. Smith, not George Marino, cut the lacquers (“RKS”) for these pressings.So ... would a seller have to open his box and examine the Matrices to confirm whether his boxed set is this RKS version? Are there no other signs on the outer box to determine this? I’m looking to re-buy my recently sold numbered box, just to have again those extraordinarily reproduced Covers - absolutely beautiful! But I’m not crazy about Marino’s remastering; I’m leaning toward RKS’s remastering, as I like what I’ve heard he’s done with other reissues. So, ideally: Ryan’s cuts + the exact same physical packaging as the other two boxed sets. Does anyone have proof this exists? Thanks.
Tisicai
moomalooWhat puzzles me more is how the sales price on this multi-vinyl set could range from only £5 to £25...?! Looking at the descriptions of what was sold, it looks like those were either LPs taken out of the set and sold separately, or some other issue that somehow got merged into this one. I don't think it was ever the case of the whole box selling for 25 GBP, but rather single or double records.
Tisicai
moomalooWhat puzzles me more is how the sales price on this multi-vinyl set could range from only £5 to £25...?! Looking at the descriptions of what was sold, it looks like those were either LPs taken out of the set and sold separately, or some other issue that somehow got merged into this one. I don't think it was ever the case of the whole box selling for 25 GBP, but rather single or double records.
Shaktit
I have proof! - I own one of these sets. Same packaging with Marino mastering credit to the rear slip cover insert but with RKS hand etched into the run-off. What puzzles me more is how the sales price on this multi-vinyl set could range from only £5 to £25...?!
Shaktit
I have proof! - I own one of these sets. Same packaging with Marino mastering credit to the rear slip cover insert but with RKS hand etched into the run-off. What puzzles me more is how the sales price on this multi-vinyl set could range from only £5 to £25...?!
dermeco
Hi, I have this set and it is indeed as described, with the matrix numbers as mentioned, and unnumbered. The sleeves are thick cardboard, high quality and good image reproduction. The back sheet says "Mastered for LP by George Marino".
dermeco
Hi, I have this set and it is indeed as described, with the matrix numbers as mentioned, and unnumbered. The sleeves are thick cardboard, high quality and good image reproduction. The back sheet says "Mastered for LP by George Marino".
Kipabi
I'm glad you asked that question. If you look at the sales of whatever was actually offered for sales for the third iteration it looks like individual records were sold, but there is no indication of what records. Also, did Ryan Smith actually put his initials on every side of every record runout in the "set"? The more I look at it the fishier it looks. Indeed, why would they issue two of what is purported to be essentially the same thing on the same date? Numbered vs. unnumbered. It does look odd.
Kipabi
I'm glad you asked that question. If you look at the sales of whatever was actually offered for sales for the third iteration it looks like individual records were sold, but there is no indication of what records. Also, did Ryan Smith actually put his initials on every side of every record runout in the "set"? The more I look at it the fishier it looks. Indeed, why would they issue two of what is purported to be essentially the same thing on the same date? Numbered vs. unnumbered. It does look odd.