Veteran singer-songwriter Bob Dylan is set to issue a new triple album Triplicate through Columbia Records on March 31. The Nobel Laureate has shared the single “My One And Only Love” from his latest collection of standards.
Self-produced by Dylan (under his regularly used pseudonym Jack Frost), Triplicate is made up of 30 new covers of songs from the Great American Songbook, often made famous by Frank Sinatra. The triple album joins Dylan’s 2015 standards LP Shadows In The Night and last year’s similar set of covers, Fallen Angels.
Dylan recorded Triplicate with his touring band at the legendary Capitol studios in Los Angeles. The three discs comprising Triplicate are “individually titled and presented in a thematically-arranged 10-song sequence.”
Written by Guy Wood and Robert Mellin, stream “My One And Only Love,” followed by the previously shared album single “I Could Have Told You” below:
Triplicate Vinyl Tracklist
Disc 1 – ‘ Til The Sun Goes Down
- I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plans
- September Of My Years
- I Could Have Told You
- Once Upon A Time
- Stormy Weather
- This Nearly Was Mine
- That Old Feeling
- It Gets Lonely Early
- My One and Only Love
- Trade Winds
Disc 2 – Devil Dolls
- As Time Goes By
- How Deep Is The Ocean
- P.S. I Love You
- The Best Is Yet To Come
- But Beautiful
- Here’s That Rainy Day
- Where Is The One
- There’s A Flaw In My Flue
Disc 3 – Comin’ Home Late
- Day In, Day Out
- I Couldn’t Sleep A Wink Last Night
- Sentimental Journey
- Somewhere Along The Way
- When The World Was Young
- These Foolish Things
- You Go To My Head
- It’s Funny To Everyone But Me
- Why Was I Born
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