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Stealin' (Har-Kub)          gwa 10A
source: Various outakes

Side one: 
Can you please crawl out your window 
It takes a lot to laugh 
Sitting on a barbed wire fence 
If you Gotta go, go now 
She belongs to me 
Love - 0/no limits 

Side two: 
It's all over now, Baby blue* 
Suze (The cough song) ** 
New Orleans rag (cuts out)*** 
That's all right Mama *** 
Hard times in New York town 
Wade in the water 
Cocaine (cuts out) 

The sources are: 
Side one: 1965 studio outtakes (first 3 from 'Highway 61' sessions. 4-6 from  'Bringing it' 

Side two: Minnesota tapes 12/22/61 except for 
   *  'Bringing it' outtake 1965 
  ** 'Times' outtake 1963 
*** 'Another side' outtake 6-64 

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This 1969 release from the USA Label Har-Kub is among  the first bootlegs ever made in the Rock era. It remains one of the best as far as song selection and quality as well. It also, because of the many releases, re-releases, re-prints, and re-presses, is one of the more confusing and difficult to track pieces. This is the original issue. There are variables in both the cover and label. 
The most common releases center around two different labels. A blue and silver 'Har-kub' label, and a silver, blue, or green  'No name' label printed in black. The cover is a blank white jacket with a rubber stamp title. What varies is the rubber stamp. The more common one is pictured above. It's block lettering surrounded by a rectangular box. The stamp came in a variety of colors. There is also a large purple stamp and a small black stamp with no box. There is also blank white and blank black laminated covers for this release. 
As the Label  used whatever resources that became available to them without thought or desire for continuity, there is no 'rule of thumb' for the combination of label and cover. 

7-8 stars      NMP100

gwa 10A
Matrix:  ONE / TWO

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