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Hear Bob Dylan’s Country Rendition of ‘All the Way’

Singer transforms Frank Sinatra’s 1957 standard

Bob Dylan has shared “All the Way,” the latest cut off the rock legend’s upcoming Fallen Angels, his second album of standards previously popularized by Frank Sinatra

Dylan transforms the Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn-penned song into a tender, lonesome country waltz. The song won Best Original Song Academy Award after appearing in the 1957 Sinatra-starring musical The Joker Is Wild.

“All the Way” follows the album’s first single “Melancholy Mood,” which Dylan released as the lead track of four-song Record Store Day EP. Fallen Angels, Dylan’s 37th studio album and the sequel to 2015’s Shadows in the Night, arrives on May 20th.

Dylan embarks on a U.S. tour beginning June 4th and 5th at Woodinville, Washington’s Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery. Mavis Staples serves as the trek’s opening act. Dylan is also in talks to join the three-day mega concert in Indio, California alongside Paul McCartney, Rolling Stones, Neil Young, the Who and Roger Waters.

Hear Sinatra’s version of the pop standard below:

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