Bob Dylan will release more music from the days when your grandparents were getting busy next month. You can listen to "My One and Only Love," the second song to be issued from the upcoming Triplicate LP, above.

Like 2015's Shadows in the Night and last year's Fallen Angels, two previous albums that dipped into the Great American Songbook, Triplicate includes mostly songs originally recorded by Frank Sinatra in the '30s through the '50s. Unlike those two earlier albums, Triplicate, as its title implies, is a three-record set.

"My One and Only Love," written by Guy Wood and Robert Mellin, was first recorded by Sinatra in 1953 as the B-side of the "I've Got the World on a String" single. Since then, it's been covered many times over the decades, including versions by jazz greats Louis Armstrong and John Coltrane, and other classic rockers Sting, Rod Stewart and Paul McCartney, who sang it on his 2012 album, Kisses on the Bottom.

This is the second song to be released from Triplicate, which arrives on March 31. A couple weeks ago, he put out "I Could Have Told You."

Triplicate includes 30 songs that are divided thematically over its three discs. Standards like "September of My Years," "Stormy Weather," "As Time Goes By," "The Best Is Yet to Come" and "Stardust" are among the songs covered on the discs, which are titled ‘Til the Sun Goes Down, Devil Dolls and Comin’ Home Late.

The album will be available as three CDs, a three-LP vinyl set, a deluxe vinyl limited-edition package in a numbered case and digitally, and can be pre-ordered now.

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