Music: one icon takes on another as Dylan covers Sinatra

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Shadows In The Night | Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan covers Frank Sinatra

Say you’re a legendary singer/songwriter, adored by your fans, revered by critics and with few, if any, things left to prove. What do you record as your 36th studio album? Well, the works of another legend, adored by his fans, etc., etc., etc. That appears to be what Bob Dylan did with Shadows In The Night, his latest CD filled with songs made famous by Old Blue Eyes Himself, Frank Sinatra. Yes, Dylan does Sinatra, and it appears he does it well. Critics like his take on some great old standbys: Autumn Leaves, Some Enchanted Evening, Full Moon and Empty Arms and What’ll I Do. $9.99 on iTunes.

    • I’m a Fool To Want You
    • The Night We Called It a Day
    • Stay With Me
    • Autumn Leaves
    • Why Try to Change Me Now
    • Some Enchanted Evening
    • Full Moon and Empty Arms
    • Where Are You?
    • What’ll I Do
    • That Lucky Old Sun