Three Disc Dylan Album ‘Triplicate’ Out 31st March
February 1, 2017
Collecting 30 brand new recordings from the nobel laureate, ‘Triplicate’ will be the first three-disc release from Bob Dylan.
Released on 31st March, the collection will feature classic American tunes rendered in Dylan’s inimitable talents as vocalist, arranger and bandleader. Produced by Jack Frost, the release will be the 38th studio offering from Dylan, and his first new music since ‘Fallen Angel’.
‘Triplicate’ will be simultaneously released on a 3-CD 8-panel digipak, a 3-LP vinyl set and a 3-LP Limited Edition collection packaged in a numbered case. It’s also available to pre-order on iTunes now.
Listen to ‘I Could Have Told You’ below.
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