THIS IS NOT BLOTTER ART THIS IS A VERY RARE BOOTLEG VINYL RECORD!!!
Album Name: A Thousand Miles Behind
Artists: Bob Dylan Johnny Cash
Condition: Vinyl Never Played, only wear is due to long term storage (discoloration of white cover and sleeve).
A Thousand Miles Behind is sometimes referred to as Live Fire.
This is a very early and hard to find piece from 1970.
The label is blank, and contains no information as to the manufacturer.
It is believed to have been produced in the USA, most likely from the West coast.
It has a 5x7 orange piece of paper pasted on the front cover.
It includes a xerox copy of a 1965 studio photo of Bob Dylan and a small Johnny Cash picture, along with the track listing on an orange insert.
Johnny Cash performs on the last song only. This is a duet with Bob Dylan.
The album is a mixture of material. I have listed the song titles below with their sources.
Side one (1967 Basement Tapes, except where noted): Who Killed Davy Moore? (Carnegie Hall October 26, 1963) Moonshine blues (The Times They Are A-Changin' outtake) Allen Stone Interview Part 1 (Detroit, October 1965) Please, Mrs. Henry Million Dollar Bash Yea! Heavy and a Bottle of Bread Allen Stone Interview
Side 2 (Detroit, October 1965) Car Car (Gaslight tape) Side two (Gaslight Tapes, except where noted): Ballad of Donald White (Broadside Show, WBAI)