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In The Mood
source: studio outtakes
Side one: 

I'm in the mood for you (take 1)
Mixed up confusion (take 1)
That's all Right Mama (take 1)
Corrina, Corrina 
Ramblin' gamblin' Willie 
Hollis Brown (take 1)
Mixed up confusion (take 2)
Kingsport town 

Side two: 
I'm in the mood for you (take 2)
Sally gal 
Watcha gonna do 
Talking blues 
Rocks and gravel 
That's all Right Mama (take 2)
Mixed up confusion (take 3)
Hollis Brown (take 2)
Let me die in my footsteps
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Sony should stand up and take notice.  This European package from 1984 is as good as it gets! To start with, the full color cover shot of a young Bob is enough to make Cynthia trade her virtue! The back cover is another fantastic black and white Jim Marshall shot of Bob and Suze in Gotham, as well as the song listings and the Label name Green Witch (a take on the village). © 1999-2002 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com
There are more surprises inside.  There is a jet black anti static sleeve that holds a snow white vinyl, with a custom label that shows an original drawing of Bob ... and lists the song order. There was a 2nd release in 1985 on a sharp looking translucent blue vinyl with the same custom labels, along with a less impressive black vinyl with blank white labels.
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And on top of all of these  niceties, ... excellent quality recordings! They were made at CBS studios, NY on Nov. 14, 1962 during the recording of Bob's sophomore LP
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10 stars     NMP60white  NMP55blue  NMP40black
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Matrix: in the mood (now there's a unique matrix number)
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