Bob Dylan will release his 35th studio album The Tempest on September 11, but it didn't exactly turn out the way the legend had initially hoped.
"I wanted to make something more religious," Dylan told Rolling Stone. "I just didn't have enough [religious songs]. Intentionally, specifically religious songs is what I wanted to do. That takes a lot more concentration to pull that off 10 times with the same thread - than it does with a record like I ended up with."
The Tempest was recorded in Jackson Browne's studio in L.A. with Dylan's touring band - bassist Tony Garnier, drummer George G. Receli, steel guitarist Donnie Herron, and guitarists Charlie Sexton and Stu Kimball, as well as David Hidalgo on guitar, violin and accordion.
by RTT Staff Writer
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