- 06 Feb 15
The 73-year-old shows young singer-songwriters how it's done.
It's been the battle of the young bucks at the summit of the Irish Albums Chart so far in 2015, but now an old dog has muscled in on the action. Bob Dylan is back with a collection of crooner covers and Shadows In The Night is the biggest-selling album of the week in Ireland.
It means last wee's victor, Ed Sheeran, sees his X move into second place.
Sam Smith has had to deal with giving Tom Petty a songwriting credit for 'Say With Me' (for similarities to 'I Won't Back Down') recently but there's a positive note for him today – jumps two places with his In The Lonely Hour debut now at No. 3.
Our own Hozier sits in fourth and Taylor Swift rounds off the Top 5.
The second highest new entry this week comes from Swedish siblings First Aid Kit. Stay Gold is at No. 7.
Here's Bob doing (a different) 'Stay With Me'. Read our extensive review of Shadows In The Night here.