Saturday, October 23, 2010

Hit Records #88

A lot of people are listening to the Witmark demos this week, and I thought I'd post a record that relates to those sessions. This is why Bob went in and made the demos in the first place, so that they could be recorded by other artists and reap the royalties. So Bob apparently got 2 cents of the 39 cents they charged for this record, although I think his manager Albert Grossman took one of those pennies.

Bob's demo version:

Hit Records version:
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright

b/w That Sunday, That Summer

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