A batch of previously unheard songs by Bob Dylan will finally hit the airwaves in November. Since 1968, the so-called Basement Tapes have lived as Dylan lore, though some came out in the ’70s. The upcoming release, called The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. II, includes 30 unknown songs of a six-CD set of 138 tracks. They were recorded in 1967 after Dylan and his family moved to Woodstock, New York, and had sat in the home of a member of The Band until 10 years ago.