Love Bob Dylan….still speaking the truth…
TORONTO — Bob Dylan says he’s not worried about whether people pay for his new album or not.
“I sure hope it sells, and I would like people to listen to it,” the iconic singer said in a new interview. “But the way people listen to music has changed, and I hope they get a chance to hear all the songs in one way or another.”
Dylan, 73, told AARP Magazine he doesn’t concern himself with the business end of putting out a record.
“If it was up to me I’d give you the records for nothing,” he said.
Dylan’s new release is Shadows in the Night, a collection of cover versions of standards made famous by Frank Sinatra. It comes out Feb. 3.
Was it risky to put his spin on beloved Sinatra melodies?
“Risky? Like walking across a field laced with land mines? Or working in a…
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