Bob Dylan Gives DJ Mark Ronson The Right To Remix

June 29, 2007 9:32 AM ET

DJ Mark Ronson (who has recently worked with Amy Winehouse and Lily Allen) will remix Bob Dylan's "Most Likely You'll Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)" for the monster Dylan greatest-hits package coming out later this year. "It's the first time Bob Dylan's given anyone the original multi-tracks of his songs to do remixes," the producer explained. "I'm a huge Dylan fan, so it's a great honor, and the fact that he heard it and approved it, as you imagine he'd be quite picky."

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