September 09, 2008 09:48:41 GMT
In 'Dreamin' of You' music video, Bob Dylan's upcoming compilation album is seen, compiled by an old bootlegger.
Bob Dylan brings out a music video for new single "Dreamin' of You" from his upcoming compilation album called "Tell Tale Signs: The Bootleg Series Vol. 8". The song carries his dark thoughts of death and desire as he sings lyrics, saying, "Even if the flesh falls off my face / It won't matter if you're there."
The video stars veteran Hollywood actor Harry Dean Stanton as an old bootlegger who lives alone far from the town. He is captured traveling across the country to compile Bob's greatest songs. When it is finished, Harry prints out Bob's photo and attaches it on the CD cover with a title of "Tell Tale Signs: The Bootleg Series Vol. 8".
Furthermore, Bob's compilation album is reportedly slated for release on October 7 under the courtesy of Columbia Records. Additionally, Bob has just wrapped a nationwide tour in Santa Barbara, California and now endorses a line of hand-signed Horner Signature Series Harmonicas.
Bob Dylan's "Dreamin' of You":