At 75 years old, Bob Dylan continues to hit new heights, continuously refining his abilities, his career, and journalists’ expectations of the folk bard. He’s been a roots singer, an activist, a novelist, and now — more than ever — a standards singer. Triplicate, reviewed by our own Anne Margaret Daniel, is Dylan’s third album of American standards in the past five years. So put on a robe, get your pipe ready, and expect the unexpected. Also on this week’s playlist: Jessi Colter brings that nu-time religion on The Psalms, Conor Oberst mines his own past for a new Salutations, and Ha Ha Tonka make the Ozarks proud with Heart-Shaped Mountain.