Is that new Bob Dylan music knocking on our doors?!
Fans of the 73-year-old rock musician have reason to celebrate today as it appears new music will finally be available this fall.
According to Rolling Stone, Dylan will release the The Basement Tapes in their entirety on Nov. 4. The collection includes 138 tracks on six CDs. What's even more exciting is the fact that 30 of those songs have never been heard before.
Some of the previously unreleased tracks include a cover of Hank Williams' 1949 classic "My Bucket's Got a Hole In It" and country versions of "Blowin' in the Wind" and "It Ain't Me Babe."
The legendary sessions occurred in 1967 with the Band.
In upstate New York, the group recorded a number of original songs, tradition numbers and covers. Only a select few tracks were released on the 1975 album, The Basement Tapes.
Now that all the songs are finally being released, Dylan and his camp are already considering what project to take on next.
"We're thinking we'll revisit the 1975 era and Blood on the Tracks," a source tells Rolling Stone. "The unheard stuff from there is crazy."
We certainly aren't complaining. More Bob Dylan, the better!