Bob Dylan and other artists pay homage to Paul McCartney

Bob Dylan
US singer and musician Bob Dylan performs at the Feis Festival in London on June 18, 2011.
Olivia Harris / AFP / Getty Images 2011

Today's Morning Edition music features Bob Dylan with his take on Paul McCartney's "Things We Said Today."

Dylan is one of many prominent artists contributing to "The Art of McCartney," which comes out today. The album also features B.B. King, Willie Nelson, Chrissie Hynde, Brian Wilson and many others.

The only Minnesota native on the album other than Dylan is Owatonna's Adam Young. Young, whose stage name is Owl City, performs a song from McCartney's Wings era.

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