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Since: 12.12.01
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    Originally posted by Columbia/Sony press release
    Bob Dylan to Release First New Album in Five Years

    Bob Dylan's first new album in five years, Modern Times, will arrive in stores and online August 29. The artist's 44th album features 10 new Bob Dylan songs recorded this winter with Dylan on keyboards, guitars, harmonica and vocals, accompanied by his touring band.

    Song titles on Modern Times include "Thunder On The Mountain," "Spirit On The Water," "Workingman's Blues," and "When The Deal Goes Down."

    Columbia Records Chairman Steve Barnett stated, "A new Bob Dylan record is an event. Bob is that rare artist whose music defies all trends and resonates throughout all levels of our culture, and he continues to be as contemporary and relevant as any artist in music. We're approaching Modern Times as the third release in an outstanding trilogy of recorded works -- along with Time Out Of Mind and 'Love and Theft.' This is a staggering record by any standards, and is a major priority for our company, worldwide."

    Dylan's most recent studio albums, Time Out Of Mind and "Love & Theft" have been among his most commercially successful and critically lauded, each having sold more than a million copies in the U.S. and earning Grammy nominations for Album Of The Year (Time Out Of Mind won that award in 1998).

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Truly excellent news.

While for some reason Time Out of Mind still hasn't grabbed me, Love & Theft is easily one of my favorite albums. And even better if some of it was "stolen".

I'm seriously tempted to pay for XM Radio online to hear his radio show (I wish they'd provide them as podcasts; I'd pay). I've heard it's incredible.
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