Bob Dylan To Release New Album
Bob Dylan will release his 35th studio album ‘Tempest’ to coincide with his 50th year as a recording artist; he released his self-titled debut back in 1962. The new album will be released on September the 10th in the UK.
‘Tempest’ contains a total of 10 tracks and is produced by the man himself, however production is credited to his pseudonym ‘Jack Frost’. The tracks are all said to be originals, but keen Dylan fans will know that he performed a song call ‘Roll On John’ on a US radio station in 1962, could this be the same song? The title of the album has also come under speculation as ‘The Tempest’ was Shakespeare’s last play, could this also be Dylan’s bow out of the spotlight? We hope not!
Dylan has had a total of six number one albums in the UK alone and has been inducted into both the Rock and Roll and Grammy Hall Of Fame. He is currently completing a European tour and has headlined Spain's Benicassim as well as the UK's Hop Farm Festival earlier this month. He is expected to return for a full UK tour in 2013.
Full Track Listing for ‘Tempest’:
Soon After Midnight
Long and Wasted Years
Pay In Blood
Early Roman Kings
Roll On John