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Bob Dylan Releases Triple Album Of Standards Today

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Released today, (March 31st) is Triplicate — Bob Dylan’s first triple-record set. The album, which follows Dylan’s 2016 Top 10 standards collection, Fallen Angels, features 30 brand-new recordings of classic American tunes. The massive collection is broken into three distinct albums — named ‘Til The Sun Goes Down; Devil Dolls; and ‘Comin Home Late.

Among the evergreens covered by Dylan this time around are “As Time Goes By,” “The Best Is Yet To Come,” “Sentimental Journey,” “Stormy Weather,” “How Deep Is The Ocean,” and others. The set, which is his third starlight collection to mine the “Great American Songbook,” is once again produced under Dylan’s longtime alias, “Jack Frost.”

Bob Dylan said that too often over the decades, he’s watched his albums become the product of someone else’s vision: “Producers — when you’re working with a producer they can take you this way or that way on a particular song if you’re not determined that it should go a certain way. And in many cases a lot of my records have been compromised in that way. Most of them when we play live on the stage, people would say, ‘oh this doesn’t sound like it did on the record, or it doesn’t go that particular way’ — well, of course not. Because that way was never the way it should really be perceived anyway.”

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July 22 – Prince George, BC – CN Centre
July 24 – Kelowna, BC – Prospera Place
July 25 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena
July 27 – Victoria, BC – Save On Foods Memorial Centre

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