‘Triplicate’, so called Bob Dylan’s gift on march 31st at your record store available. An appropriate title, because it is the first triple album of the Nobelprijslaureaat.
Three discs, featuring American classics, made by Bob Dylan that his versatility as an artist both on the guitar and at the mixing console may exhibit. The three parts are thematically divided into “‘Til The Sun Goes Down,” “Devil Dolls” and “Comin’ Home Late” and each contained ten songs. Just like on the album ‘Fallen Angels’, that is, in 2016, saw the light of day, focuses Dylan again on songs that the general public reached thanks to Frank Sinatra – all is the name of the crooner this time is not mentioned in the announcement on the website of Dylan.
Songs like ‘Once Upon A Time” by Charles Strouse and Lee Adams ‘ or ‘The Best is Yet To Come” Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh were taken in hand by the Nobel prize-winning bard, and on three discs – cd and vinyl – pressed. The result is 31 march in the shop, to hold Dylan, you sweet with his version of; “I Could Have Told You,” written by Count Basie and Arthur Prysock, released by Frank Sinatra in 1965.