Dylan Lends Rarity to Sopranos

Will the creator of HBO's highly anticipated smash The Sopranos, use a cover of Dean Martin's 1962 hit "Return to Me," by Bob Dylan? David Chase is still scratching his noggin, about whether or not the rarity should be used in
one of the new episodes (which grabs visuals March 4th), on the soundtrack (dropping via Play Tone/Columbia on March 20th), or both.

The current soundtrack for the Sopranos has audio from Bruce Springsteen, A3, Elvis Costello and the Attractions, Cream, Wyclef Jean and Steven Van Zandt, has unloaded 405, 000 rounds

Bob Dylan's songs have had recent success on the big screen as well. His original song, "Things Have Changed," from Wonder Boys earned the singer a Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance and Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media.


Dylan Lends Rarity to Sopranos