Bob Dylan album ‘Basement Tapes Complete’ streaming online

'The Basement Tapes Complete' will be released on November 4

Bob Dylan is streaming his forthcoming ‘Basement Tapes Complete’ release online.

The six-disc collection will be released on November 4 and features 138 tracks in all, with 30 tracks previously thought to have been lost.

The collection includes all the known recordings from the songwriter’s home recording sessions in 1967 for his ‘Basement Tapes’ album, which was later released in 1975. The recordings saw Bob Dylan teaming up with The Band (then known as The Crackers) and retreating to Woodstock in the aftermath of his motorcycle crash the year prior.

Having recently released the previously-unheard ‘Dress It Up, Better Have It All’, the entirety of ‘Basement Tapes Complete’ is now streaming via NPR.

Bob Dylan released his latest record ‘Tempest’ in 2012. Dylan hinted at a new album earlier this year, what would be his 36th studio LP.

Scientists in Sweden recently revealed that they’ve been inserting references to Bob Dylan into their research papers as part of a long-running bet.