John Wesley Harding is the eighth studio album by Bob Dylan, released on December 27, 1967 by Columbia Records. Produced by Bob Johnston, the album marked Dylan's return to acoustic music and traditional roots, after three albums of electric rock music.
John Wesley Harding shares many stylistic threads with, and was recorded around the same time as, the prolific series of home recording sessions with the Band, partly released in 1975 as The Basement Tapes, and released in complete form in 2014 as The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete.


First Edition, NY Bob Dylan Words & Music Co. 1968.  Contains words and music to 12 original songs, along with a full-page essay, "The Return of Bob Dylan," by Alfred G. Aronowitz; a two-page essay, "His Best Yet," by Gordon Mills from Rolling Stone and a full-page piece, "John Wesley Harding," written by Bob Dylan. 12" x 9", 39 pages; cover and three other illus from photographs.

 Dylan Style Guitar edition. Bob Dylan Word And Music Company, Inc, B. Feldman And Co Ltd, London.

 Big3, USA, 40 pages

 Easy Guitar Edition, Robbins Feist Miller

Bob Dylan Words And Music Company, Inc., selling agents: B. Feldman & Co. Ltd, London

Rolf Budde Musikverlag, Berlin

 Holland, Album 2, Schaltone Music Publishers, Tulpenkade 1-Haarlem

Holland, Album 2, Schaltone Music Publishers, Heemsteedse Dreef 287 - Heemstede

Holland, Album 2, Schaltone, Tulpenkade Haarlem, 19 pages

Holland, Album 2, Schaltone Music Publishers, Bronsteeweg 49 - Heemstede