Thieving In The Alley – Born 53 Plays Songs of Bob Dylan is the bands 4th album and follows the critically acclaimed albums Contender (2007) and Foreign Accent (2010). After focusing mainly on original material, the band now turns to their favorite bard, with some thieving and inspirations from a wealth of other sources from their americana, blues and pop backgrounds to create and attractive and interesting selection of Bob Dylan songs. Among the songs are two never released (possibly never recorded) by Dylan himself; Legionnaire’s Disease from the late 70’s and Tragedy of the Trade from the mid-90’s. The latter written by Dylan with legendary songwriters Gerry Goffin and Barry Goldberg. Other titles include All Over You, an early ’put-down’ song (only recently officially available in demo form in Dylan’s own Bootleg Series) and the mid-60’s single Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? Overall Thieving in The Alley includes song written over five decades and should be a treat to anyone interested in sensitive and personal interpretations of that greatest of songwriters; Bob Dylan.