"Another Side of Bob Dylan" was release in 1964, and Dylan was very much still in acoustic mode. There are no credits to any other musicians, and if memory serves, this was just Dylan's vocals, his acoustic guitar, and his harmonica worn around his neck. Incredibly simple, yet incredibly powerful. Albums were just beginning to be recorded in stereo, which was a big deal back then. Columbia Records called it "360 Sound", and every family needed to have a "stereo" in the house (followed by every teenager needing to have a stereo in his/her bedroom)!!
I think I'll continue to hang on to all my old vinyl. I still have my Sansui stereo system from college, although the turntable doesn't work anymore. I'm looking forward to either getting it fixed or finding a used one somewhere. It will be like stepping into a time portal... playing my old vinyl on my 40 year-old stereo system. I may need to find some bell bottoms somewhere to complete the experience!!
Linking to Macro Monday over at Lisa's Chaos.
Have a great week!!