Free: Stream Bob Dylan’s Brand New Album Fallen Angels for a Limited Time

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Come gather ’round people, wherever you roam. Bob Dylan is getting ready to release his 37th studio album. And before you can buy it on Amazon, iTunes, and the other usual places, you can stream it free online for a limited time, thanks to NPRFallen Angels–much like Shadows in the Night from 2015–features Dylan singing classic American songs, which generally have one thing in common: They were all (save one, “Skylark”) sung by Frank Sinatra back in the day. And now Dylan takes a turn with them in 2016. Enjoy giving them an early listen.

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