Bob Dylan has released over 30 albums during his career, and the 72-year-old doesn't seem to be content with slowing down just yet. Today he released a cover of Frank Sinatra's "Full Moon and Empty Arms," which can be heard over at Dylan's official website, and is apparently planning on putting out a new album sometime this year.
"The track is definetely from a forthcoming album due later on this year," a spokesperson for Dylan told Rolling Stone. While no other details were revealed, Dylan also posted the photo which you see above leading to the assumption that the new album could be called Shadows In The Night.
"Full Moon and Empty Arms" was originally by Buddy Kaye and Ted Mossman, with Sinatra's 1945 recording being the most popular version.
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