The legendary songwriter will release his 38th album this coming March, with the record to be a three disc affair
More than 50 years after releasing his self-titled debut solo album, Bob Dylan is showing no signs of slowing down, after it was announced that the legendary songwriter will release his 38th album this coming spring.
Entitled Triplicate, the record will be released on 31 March and features three discs of material. The three discs each have their own titles: Til The Sun Goes Down, Devil Dolls and Comin’ Home Late.
The 30 songs featured on the album will include covers of some classic artists, with Dylan tackling Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh’s The Best Is Yet To Come, Harold Hupfield’s As Time Goes By and Charles Strouse and Lee Adams’ Once Upon A Time.