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Shadows in the Night

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: 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.

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Bob Dylan: Shadows in the Night

Read "Shadows in the Night" reviewed by Matt Marshall

After spending the past 50-plus years mining the traditional music of what Greil Marcus has termed “old, weird America," and expanding it into the contemporary worlds of folk, rock, country, gospel and other singular hybrids thereof, on Shadows in the Night Bob Dylan gives us his take on the Great American Songbook. Thankfully, Dylan doesn't jettison ...


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