Shadows In The Night
One of classic rock's odder traditions is the occasional icon who releases a collection of pop standards from the Great American Songbook. Following in the footsteps of Linda Ronstadt, Rod Stewart and Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan put together Shadows in the Night, a smattering of tunes the great Frank Sinatra made famous. Unlike the swinging schmaltz Stewart deals in, Dylan follows the lead of Sinatra, as heard on the singer's mid-'50s concept albums, and accentuates the torch-song loneliness that constitutes the heart and soul of "Where Are You?," "The Night We Called It a Day" and other gems.
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