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looks pretty cool

"Sonic Youth co-founder Lee Ranaldo produced the film's backup band, The Million Dollar Bashers, named after another Basement Tapes song. The group includes guitarist Tom Verlaine of the band Television; jazz keyboardist John Medeski; Tony Garnier, Dylan's bass player; Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley; roots guitarist Smokey Hormel; and Wilco guitarist Nels Cline."

"All Along The Watchtower" - Eddie Vedder & The Million Dollar Bashers

"As I Went Out One Morning" - Mira Billotte

"Ballad Of A Thin Man" - Stephen Malkmus & The Million Dollar Bashers

"Billy" - Los Lobos

"Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window" - The Hold Steady

"Can't Leave Her Behind" - Stephen Malkmus & Lee Ranaldo

"Cold Irons Bound" - Tom Verlaine & The Million Dollar Bashers

"Dark Eyes" - Iron & Wine & Calexico

"Fourth Time Around" - Yo La Tengo

"Goin' To Acapulco" - Jim James & Calexico

"Highway 61 Revisited" - Karen O & The Million Dollar Bashers

"I Wanna Be Your Lover" - Yo La Tengo

"I'm Not There" - Bob Dylan

"I'm Not There" - Sonic Youth

"Just Like A Woman" - Charlotte Gainsbourg & Calexico

"Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues" - Ramblin' Jack Elliot

"Knockin' On Heaven's Door" - Antony & The Johnsons

"The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll" - Mason Jennings

"Maggie's Farm" - Stephen Malkmus & The Million Dollar Bashers

"Mama You've Been On My Mind" - Jack Johnson

"The Man In The Long Black Coat" - Mark Lanegan

"Moonshiner" - Bob Forrest

"One More Cup Of Coffee" - Roger McGuinn & Calexico

"Pressing On" - John Doe

"Ring Them Bells" - Sufjan Stevens

"Señor (Tales Of Yankee Power)" - Willie Nelson & Calexico

"Simple Twist Of Fate" - Jeff Tweedy

"Stuck Inside Of Mobile With Memphis Blues Again" - Cat Power

"The Times They Are A Changin'" - Mason Jennings

"Tombstone Blues" - Richie Havens

"When The Ship Comes In" - Marcus Carl Franklin

"Wicked Messenger" - The Black Keys

"You Ain't Goin 'Nowhere" - Glen Hansard & Markta Irglov

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that's what i said too! her album from last year (5:55) had some nice collaborations too.

I think she was on a (really cool) tribute album to her dad last year as well.. I have it at home and will check when i get there.

Soundtrack is officially released October 30 and the movie is called I'm Not There

Hopefully it will leak soon

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slightly different listing on pitchfork today. still looks good though

Eddie Vedder and the Million Dollar Bashers: "All Along the Watchtower"

Mira Billotte: "As I Went Out One Morning"

Stephen Malkmus and the Million Dollar Bashers: "Ballad of a Thin Man"

Los Lobos: "Billy"

The Hold Steady: "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window"

Stephen Malkmus and Lee Ranaldo: "Can't Leave Her Behind"

Tom Verlaine and the Million Dollar Bashers: "Cold Irons Bound"

Iron and Wine and Calexico: "Dark Eyes"

Yo La Tengo: "Fourth Time Around"

Jim James and Calexico: "Goin' to Acapulco"

Karen O and the Million Dollar Bashers: "Highway 61 Revisited"

John Doe: "I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine"

Yo La Tengo: "I Wanna Be Your Lover"

Bob Dylan: "I'm Not There"

Sonic Youth: "I'm Not There"

Charlotte Gainsbourg and Calexico: "Just Like a Woman"

Ramblin' Jack Elliott: "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues"

Antony and the Johnsons: "Knockin' on Heaven's Door"

Mason Jennings: "The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll"

Stephen Malkmus and the Million Dollar Bashers: "Maggie's Farm"

Jack Johnson: "Mama You've Been on My Mind"

Mark Lanegan: "The Man in the Long Black Coat"

Bob Forrest: "Moonshiner"

Roger McGuinn and Calexico: "One More Cup of Coffee"

John Doe: "Pressing On"

Sufjan Stevens: "Ring Them Bells"

Willie Nelson and Calexico: "Señor (Tales of Yankee Power)"

Jeff Tweedy: "Simple Twist of Fate"

Cat Power: "Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again"

Mason Jennings: "The Times They Are a-Changin'"

Richie Havens: "Tombstone Blues"

Marcus Carl Franklin: "When the Ship Comes In"

The Black Keys: "Wicked Messenger"

Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova: "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere"

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I wonder whose cock the Calexico boys were suckin' when they decided who was doing the soundtrack... 028ws9.gif

It's a shame 'cuz Willie does a great rendition on his own of 'Senor', as does McGuinn with 'One More Cup of Coffee'. Aww well, I imagine it can't be as bad as Jack Johnson's track which will no doubt sound like every song he's written himself.

Looking forward to hearing these tracks most of all..

Los Lobos: "Billy" :o

Richie Havens: "Tombstone Blues"

Ramblin' Jack Elliott: "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues"

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Considering John Doe's track is rather slow (originally) and during the evangelical-era Dylan in the film, I hope he keeps it within context.

Tom Verlaine is in the Million Dollar Bashers alone with Smokey and Nels.

Here's the entire band:

The Million Dollar Bashers

Lee Ranaldo

Tony Garnier

Steve Shelley

Verlaine

John Medeski

Smokey Hormel

Nels Cline

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