Here\’s an obscure single by young folk singer Peter Antell, released September 1965. The flip \”Yesterday And Tomorrow\” with it\’s folk rock backing and forceful vocal is perhaps the strongest side and may have been best placed as the top side but I suppose \’cashing in\’ on Bob Dylan songs during this period in time was the favourite route to possible success.
The Bounty label was linked with Elektra and future Doors music maker, Paul Rothchild was involved with production on the A-Side according to the label. There are several colour variants of the latter by the way. Despite exposure in Billboard trade magazine (see advert) I\’ve found no evidence that Peter Antell\’s record was a hit.