'Shadows In The Night' by Bob Dylan: Album Details Revealed
Bob Dylan gets back in action with the new album 'Shadows in the Night'. He was on the
contact of the media and his fans revealing the details of his album release which is due coming
out in 2015.
The album may be different than what it has been whispered for so long. The rumors were
about Sinatra covering the album even though Sinatra perhaps had recorded all of the tracks at
once or another. But this goes for the American singer whose entry in the standard album
chase is important.
Bob's new album is going be release under Columbia records on February 3, next year. Jack
Frost is the producer of this a ten-song album who has collected ten American classics in
exposed down the preparations.
In 'Shadows In the night', Bob unlike others going for the full pop group direction, has stripped
the preparations down in order to fitting his five-piece group. Speaking of the creation, the
songwriter said that it was a true freedom to work on this album and he always wanted to have
worked something like this for pretty long time but he could never be brave enough to reach
30-piece difficult arrangements and purify them down for a 5-piece band.
He said that this is the key to all of these performances and they were aware of these songs
very well. According to the 73yrs old, all songs were all done live; along with having one or two
takes and no overdubbing, and no vocal booths at all. There were even no headphones or
separate tracking for the most part that was mixed as its recording was done. He said that he
didn't see himself as covering these songs in any way. They've been covered enough or he
should say buried as a matter of a fact. According to the artist, the thing that he and his band
are mostly doing is the discovering them or one can take it like lifting them out of the grave and
bring them into the light of day.
Columbia Records chairman Rob Stringer claims that he doesn’t see any strings, noticeable
horns, background singing or other such devices that are often originated on the albums
featuring standard ballads. Bob, in its place, has decided to come across an approach to fill
these songs with new life and present-day’s significance. It is a luminous and simply excellent
record and the company is tremendously keyed up to be presenting it to the world very soon.
‘Shadows in the Night’ is said to add the most important revival in Bob's career that started
over a decade in the past by Time Out of Mind and has sustained through the importantly
highly praised Love and Theft, Modern Times, Together Through Life and Tempest.
Bob Dylan ' Shadows In The Night’ has the following track listing:
I'm A Fool To Want You
The Night We Called It A Day
Stay With Me
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