Bob Dylan has a new archival set on the way that will compile 74 previously unreleased tracks, demos, and outtakes, including nine songs featuring George Harrison.
Entitled 1970, the three-disc set focuses on the music that Dylan released during that era, including outtakes and alternate versions from Self Portrait and New Morning sessions.
In addition, the set gathers recordings from Dylan and George Harrison's studio session together on May 1, 1970. Previously, their session was never made public, but now fans can hear the pair performing tracks like “One Too Many Mornings,” “Gates of Eden,” and “Mama, You Been On My Mind.”
1970 is due out Feb. 26 via Columbia/Legacy, and is now available for pre-order here.
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Article Image: Bob Dylan performing in Shanghai, China on Apr. 8, 2011. (ChinaImages via DepositPhotos.)