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149 Bob Dylan acetates have been discovered in a building in New York's Greenwich Village, where Dylan rented space in the late-'60s or early ‘70s.
The discs feature alternate mixes and unreleased material from Dylan's 1969 album Nashville Skyline and 1970's Self Portrait and New Morning sets.
Acetates are not vinyl records and are created from lacquer-coated blank discs never intended for multiple plays -- merely test listenings.
There's been no official word on the find from Dylan's camp, who just chronicled that era on the critically acclaimed four-disc vault collection The Bootleg Series, Vol. 10 - Another Self Portrait (1969-1971). (The Guardian)
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