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Bob Dylan to sell his entire songwriting catalogue to Universal – Sydney Morning Herald

The 79-year-old is cashing in on the boom in music rights, with the value of songs and recordings having skyrocketed in recent years thanks to streaming.

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Universal Music Group is acquiring Bob Dylan’s entire song catalogue, a collection that spans six decades and includes many of the most iconic tracks in music history.
Universal didn’t disclose a price for the deal, though Dylan’s songs are worth more than $US200 million ($270 million), according to people familiar with the terms. The collection encompasses 600 works, from early-’60s songs such as Blowin’ in the Wind and The Times They Are a-Changin’ to an album released just this year, Rough and…

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