Bob Dylan Releases a New Cover of Frank Sinatra’s “Full Moon and Empty Arms”


Yes­ter­day, much to their delight, vis­i­tors to dis­cov­ered that the singer-song­writer had post­ed a new track — a cov­er of “Full Moon and Emp­ty Arms,” a song record­ed by Frank Sina­tra back in 1946. Although details remains scarce, it looks as if the new track will appear on a forth­com­ing album called Shad­ows in the Night, for which you can already see some cov­er art. The new track appears below.

Relat­ed Con­tent:

Bob Dylan Reads From T.S. Eliot’s Great Mod­ernist Poem The Waste Land

Bob Dylan and Van Mor­ri­son Sing Togeth­er in Athens, on His­toric Hill Over­look­ing the Acrop­o­lis

Bob Dylan and The Grate­ful Dead Rehearse Togeth­er in Sum­mer 1987. Lis­ten to 74 Tracks.

Two Leg­ends Togeth­er: A Young Bob Dylan Talks and Plays on The Studs Terkel Pro­gram, 1963

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