Okay Dylan fanatics (and if that shoe don't fit it - let this be your warning!) here's a collection of very early (pre-Columbia) UNOFFICIAL recordings called Ten Million in a Week from label Hollow Horn's seven-volume Performing Artist bootleg series. Some of the material herein is dodgy as hell and the sound quality does vary widely, but not nearly as widely as you'd think for home recordings of an unknown folk singer from the very early sixties!
Ultimately, whatever else it is, this is an archival wonderland that shows the young Little Richard follower of 1958 morphing into the fanatic Woody Guthrie acolyte of 1961-62. As you might imagine by the 67 song track list [!] some of the songs listed are not complete, primarily those listed as the "Wallace Apartment Tape". Otherwise, the quality of performance and the recording picks up quite nicely as the collection goes along.
Welcome Dylan followers, fans, fanatics:
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