The latest Bob Dylan Bootleg Series release is set to feature a number of previously unavailable recordings made with Johnny Cash during a 1969 trip to Nashville. Travelin’ Thru, 1967–1969: The Bootleg Series Vol. 15 will be available on November 1st and feature 47 previously unreleased tracks including several of the aforementioned Cash collabs. The new compilation will also feature outtakes from the John Wesley Harding and Nashville Skyline sessions.

More than 50 years ago, in February of 1969, Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash linked up in a Nashville recording studio for a two-day session. At these loose and creative sessions, the two iconic singer-songwriters sang each others’ material, covered classics like “You Are My Sunshine” and “Mystery Train”, and even collaborated to write “Wanted Man”, which Cash would play just a week later during his famous performance at San Quentin Prison. A handful of tracks from Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash’s Nashville sessions have leaked or been released through the years, but the majority of the material recorded has never been released or circulated until now.

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Below, you can watch a “Tell Me That It Isn’t True” lyric video and listen to an additional track from the forthcoming compilation, “I Pity The Poor Immigrant (Take 4)”

Bob Dylan – “Tell Me That It Isn’t True” [Lyric Video]

Bob Dylan – “I Pity The Poor Immigrant (Take 4)”

[Video: Bob Dylan]

According to Rolling Stone, “The three-CD package devotes a disc-and-a-half to the legendary Johnny Cash sessions, but it also has outtakes from the 1967 John Wesley Harding sessions and Nashville Skyline sessions that have never been bootlegged, along with a couple of Johnny Cash covers recorded for Self Portrait in 1970, the soundtrack to Dylan’s 1969 appearance on The Johnny Cash Show, and selections from Dylan’s 1970 home recording session with bluegrass great Earl Scruggs and members of his family.”

As a source close to the Dylan camp told Rolling Stone, “Besides the very early folk years, you don’t have Bob playing with a lot of other major stars up until this point in his career. Here you have him doing duets with Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, and Earl Scruggs. It’s a really deep dive into some of the music that he loves and just a really cool package. I think people will come away from it enchanted by the breadth of his catalog.”

To pre-order ravelin’ Thru, 1967–1969: The Bootleg Series Vol. 15, head here.

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[H/T Rolling Stone]