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Joan Osborne riding high on the songs of Bob Dylan

It's morning in Brooklyn and Joan Osborne's cats are in a snit. The blues-rock singer was supposed to come home last night but wound up working late on a video shoot in upstate New York. When she finally drove back to the city she found herself stuck in traffic.

"I was late getting home, so now my cats are very mad at me," she says over the phone with a sigh and a laugh. "Other than that, it's all good."

Despite the hectic morning and fuming felines, Osborne is riding high on the career front. Her new album "Songs of Bob Dylan" - released on Osborne's own long-running label Womanly Hips Records

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