Dylan does Sinatra his way on hallowed London stage

By Angus MacSwan LONDON (Reuters) – Had you seen Bob Dylan reinventing popular music on the stage of London’s Royal Albert Hall in 1966, you would never have believed that nearly 50 years later he would be treading the same boards and crooning the songs of Frank Sinatra. Backed by his crack band, Dylan stood in the spotlight to sing “What’ll I Do”, “The Night we Called it a Day”, “I’m a Fool to Want You” and other standards featured on his latest album, “Shadows in the Night”. “Shadows in the Night” has been a critical and commercial success, only adding to Dylan’s enigma at the age of 74.

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