Hmmmmm Bowwwwb, goooot ta hwave yeah bacccke! (Translated it says: “Hey, Bob, good to have you back!)

Dylan surveys “Modern Times” on new album
NEW YORK (Billboard) – Bob Dylan will end a five-year hiatus from the studio later this summer with his 44th album, “Modern Times,” a 10-track set recorded earlier this year with his touring band.
Due for release August 29 via Columbia Records, the new album follows 2001’s “Love and Theft,” the No. 5 debut of which was Dylan’s best showing on the Billboard 200 since 1979’s “Slow Train Coming.”
“Love and Theft,” which won a Grammy for best contemporary folk album, has sold more than 757,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
“Modern Times” includes such tracks as “When The Deal Goes Down,” “Spirit on the Water,” “Thunder on the Mountain” and “Workingman’s Blues,” according to Columbia.
Dylan, who recently began hosting his own “Theme Time Radio Hour” on XM Satellite Radio, is not currently on the road, having wrapped a six-week North American tour last month in Hollywood, Florida.
In other Dylan news, Martin Scorsese’s 2005 documentary “No Direction Home: Bob Dylan” won the grand prize and the arts documentary prize Monday night at the 27th Banff Rockie Awards in Banff, Alberta.