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After news of a possible Bob Dylan Christmas album release yesterday (August 5), more clues about the recording sessions appear to have come to light.

The Bob Dylan magazine ISIS now reports that Dylan took part in recording sessions at Groove Masters studio in Santa Monica for a personal project.

The puported album is said to include David Hidalgo amongst the musicians who feature on it.

Five non-oringinal songs, all Christmas-themed have been touted; namely “O Little Town Of Bethlehem”, “Silver Bells”, “Must Be
Santa”, “Here Comes Santa Claus” and “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”.

More on this story as it develops!

In the meantime, Uncut.co.uk has come up with some festive-themed Dylan song title puns – but can you do better? Submit them here!

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