Bob Dylan Plans First Solo Album In Three Years
Dylan has a tough record to follow after his 2006 release Modern Times won two Grammys and became his first number one record in the U.S. since 1976.
In an interview on his website BobDylan.com, the 67-year-old singer compares the sounds of Together Through Life, his 33rd studio album, to the 1950s sounds of blues singers Willie Dixon and Howlin' Wolf.
He says, "I like the mood of those records - the intensity... The whole vibration feels like it could be coming from inside your mind. It's alive. It's right there. Kind of sticks in your head like a toothache." Together Through Life is scheduled for release on April 28th.
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