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Rolling Stone has premiered American soul singer Bettye Lavette’s title track “Things Have Changed” from her forthcoming album, out March 30th through Verve Records. Produced by famed drummer Steve Jordan, the album was mixed and engineered by GPS client Dave O’Donnell. The track list covers over five decades of classic Bob Dylan, and each song is reinterpreted by a house band that includes Dylan’s own guitarist Larry Campbell, as well as guests like Keith Richards and Trombone Shorty.
“[T]he album’s title track revises Dylan’s original version with a dark, haunting arrangement worthy of a Quentin Tarantino western. It’s a foreboding song – a crazy narrator’s account of crazy times – and LaVette rips into it with bluesy grit, as though she’s unashamed of her own confessions.” – Rolling Stone
Listen to the song below and get it here.
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