Bob Dylan covers Frank Sinatra’s ‘All The Way’ – listen

Dylan's latest 'Fallen Angels' - a Sinatra cover album - is due on May 20

Bob Dylan has revealed a second track from his Frank Sinatra cover album ‘Fallen Angels,’ a version of ‘All The Way’.

Dylan will release his second Sinatra cover album on May 20, having already performed a number of Sinatra covers on his 2015 record ‘Shadows of the Night’. The new album will be accompanied by a North American tour in June and July.

An earlier single from the album was unveiled earlier this month in ‘Melancholy Mood‘, originally recorded by Frank Sinatra in 1939 as the B-side to his first single, ‘From The Bottom Of My Heart’.

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The new track ‘All The Way’ is a cover staple Sinatra originally released in 1957, and an Academy Award Winner. Billie Holiday and Celine Dion are amongst the acts to have previously performed versions of the track.

Listen to Dylan’s version via YouTube, below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmFaNuT-20g

The Sinatra version of the track peaked at number three in the UK singles chart, and remains the best-selling version of the track.

The full track listing for ‘Fallen Angels’ is as follows:

Young at Heart
Maybe You’ll Be There
Polka Dots And Moonbeams
All the Way
Skylark
Nevertheless
All or Nothing at All
On a Little Street In Singapore
It Had to Be You
Melancholy Mood
That Old Black Magic
Come Rain or Come Shine

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