Folk icon Bob Dylan has made available a second track from his forthcoming Frank Sinatra cover album Fallen Angels, a fantastic version of “All The Way”. The album is due to drop on May 20th.
This will be Dylan’s second shot at releasing Sinatra covers. The singer had already released a number of Sinatra covers on his 2015 record Shadows of the Night. In order to promote Dylan’s new album, the singer will be heading out on a North American tour during June and July.
Fallen Angels follows the single release of “Melancholy Mood” from the album earlier last month. The track was originally recorded as the B-side to Frank Sinatra’s first single “From The Bottom Of My Heart” in 1939.
“All The Way” was originally released by Sinatra in 1957, and has gone on to be covered by numerous artists including the legendary singer Billie Holiday, Harry Connick, Jr., and Celine Dion.
Listen to Dylan’s versions of “All The Way” and “Fallen Angels” below:
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