When Bob Dylan emerged as the face of the Greenwich Village’s bohemian folk scene in the early ’60s, he was pretty much diametrically opposed to Rat Pack crooners like Frank Sinatra. But that was more than 50 years ago, and in his old age the thought of Dylan covering Sinatra’s 1945 Ted Mossmann and Buddy Kaye-penned ballad “Full Moon And Empty Arms” doesn’t seem crazy in the slightest. That very cover appeared on Dylan’s website today, and as Rolling Stone reports, it represents the first taste of Dylan’s next album, due later this year. Head over to Dylan’s site to hear it.
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