U.S. legend Bob Dylan performs at the 21st edition of the Vieilles Charrues music festival in 2012. (AFP/Fred Tanneau)
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Bob Dylan's new album which will come out in February will feature interpretations of classics sung by Frank Sinatra, all stripped down and recorded with minimal studio production.Dylan had previously confirmed he was working on his 36th studio album, entitled "Shadows in the Night," but little was known about it. The album features the 73-year-old rock legend's versions of 10 popular songs, which are mostly from the 1940s. The album includes one song that was recently released by Dylan, "Full Moon and Empty Arms," which was performed by Sinatra in 1945 and based on a piano composition by Sergei Rachmaninoff.
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