Bob Dylan has confirmed a live recording of his Shadow Kingdom concert hall gig will b e released later this year.
The intimate feature directed by Alma Har’el was shot in Santa Monica, California, and the tracks from said show are set for a release on CD and Vinyl.
Thirteen tracks from the first half of Dylan’s lengthy career are set to be offered on a soundtrack album on June 2, 2023.
A feature release is set to follow four days later as a digital download, with the fifty-minute film promising to be an intimate showcase of his body of work.
The Rough and Rowdy Ways legend marked the Shadow Kingdom performance on July 18, 2021, as his first concert performance since December 2019.
The stylised black-and-white performance is set to be released as a full-length film later this year, with a soundtrack album preceding the release.
Dylan, who is joined by Alex Burke, Joshua Crumbly, and Buck Meek on guitar, Shahzad Ismaily on accordion and Janie Cowan on upright bass rattled off fourteen tracks for the upcoming album.
A full setlist can be found below.
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Most Likely You Go Your Way and I’ll Go Mine
Queen Jane Approximately
I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
To Be Alone with You
What Was It You Wanted
Pledging My Time
The Wicked Messenger
Watching the River Flow
It’s All Over Now Baby Blue
Dylan charts his career from Bringing It All Back Home to Oh Mercy with the fourteen-track set, which will be released on CD and Vinyl on June 2.