To what may be confusing news for the Bob Dylan faithful, the music legend will be reissuing his much-maligned 1970 LP Self Portrait later this month with the four-disc Another Self Portrait.

Included in the massive collection will be several outtakes from other Dylan LPs Nashville Skyline and New Morning, as well as a previously stashed away cut of 18th century English folk song 'Pretty Saro'.

The unreleased track also has an accompanying video from previous Dylan collaborator Jennifer Lebeau, who filmed his 1994 MTV Unplugged performance. The video comes from over a thousand photos old farming archives, showing women working in the fields since the 1940s. On the use of the photos, Lebeau said:

“They were doing laundry and tilling the land, and at the end, they’re building planes and really in charge of everything at the work place. We wanted to include as many of these magnificent faces as we could, and tell this story across the years. I wanted to be able to visually represent that sort of unrequited love in a world that seems like it should be sad, but the people are always happy and fine.”

Pre-orders of Another Self Portrait are available now.