Bob Dylan has unveiled a cover of the old Frank Sinatra standard ‘Stay With Me’.
The song, penned by Jerome Moross and Carolyn Leigh, was recorded by the Rat Pack legend in 1964 and appeared on his compilation album ‘Sinatra ’65: The Singer Today’ the following year.
Dylan’s cover – which he reportedly recorded in just a couple of takes – is available to stream right now via NPR. Scroll down to hear Sinatra’s version.
‘Stay With Me’ will appear on the 73-year-old’s all-Sinatra covers album ‘Shadows in the Night’, which is due on February 3. The LP was hinted at as early as last May, when Dylan released album artwork and a cover of another Sinatra favourite, ‘Full Moon And Empty Arms’.