Taken from Dylan's forthcoming collection of classic American covers, 'Triplicate'
Dylan is gearing up to release his latest album ‘Triplicate’ – a three-disc collection of 30 classic songs by American songwriters. Along with last month’s album announcement, the veteran artist also released another Sinatra cover – ‘I Could Have Told You’ – to promote the new record.
The 75-year-old singer/songwriter has now released another Sinatra cover ahead of ‘Triplicate”s release next month (March 31). Taking on ‘My One and Only Love’, the song itself was written by Guy Wood (after originating from another Wood composition, 1947’s ‘Music From Beyond The Moon’) with lyrics by Robert Mellin. Sinatra released arguably the most famous rendition in 1953 as the B-side to ‘I’ve Got The World On A String’, before it became a jazz standard in the years afterwards.
Listen to Dylan’s version of ‘My One and Only Love’ below.
Dylan will showcase songs from ‘Triplicate’ during his forthcoming UK and Ireland tour, which is set to kick off in May in Cardiff. See his full itinerary below.
Wed May 3 2017 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Thu May 4 2017 – BIC, Bournemouth
Fri May 5 2017 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Sun May 7 2017 – Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow
Mon May 8 2017 – Echo Arena, Liverpool
Tue May 9 2017 – SSE Arena Wembley, London
Thu May 11 2017 – 3Arena, Dublin