Bob Dylan is set to release Triplicate, a triple album of his takes on some of his favorite songs from the likes of Charles Strouse, Ted Koehler, Harold Hupfield, Carolyn Leigh and more. As part of the package (due in late March on Columbia), he's dedicating an entire disc of the album to Frank Sinatra covers, today releasing his take on "My One and Only Love." Dylan's voice stretches with the ebbs and flows of the song, to levels that may surprise people. The instrumental sections take on a new life as well, less showy than the original while still packing in all of its moodiness and contemplation.

'Til the Sun Goes Down
1 "I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plans"
2 "September of My Years"
3 "I Could Have Told You"
4 "Once Upon a Time"
5 "Stormy Weather"
6 "This Nearly Was Mine"
7 "That Old Feeling"
8 "It Gets Lonely Early"
9 "My One and Only Love"
10 "Trade Winds"

Devil Dolls
1 "Braggin’"
2 "As Time Goes By"
3 "Imagination"
4 "How Deep Is the Ocean"
5 "P.S. I Love You"
6 "The Best Is Yet to Come"
7 "But Beautiful"
8 "Here’s That Rainy Day"
9 "Where Is the One"
10 "There’s a Flaw in My Flue"

Comin’ Home Late
1 "Day In, Day Out"
2 "I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night"
3 "Sentimental Journey"
4 "Somewhere Along the Way"
5 "When the World Was Young"
6 "These Foolish Things"
7 "You Go to My Head"
8 "Stardust"
9 "It’s Funny to Everyone but Me"
10 "Why Was I Born"