COLUMBIA/SONY MUSIC SOUNDTRAX | LC 00162 | COLUMBIA | SONY MUSIC SOUNDTRAX | SONY BMG Music Entertainment | ENDGAME Entertainment | killer films | THE WEINSTEIN COMPANY // (p)/(c) 2007 Sony BMG Music Entertainment
on spines: 88697 12038 2 COLUMBIA/SONY MUSIC SOUNDTRAX
released October 30, 2007 Sony Soundtrax
- "Label/Labelcode COLUMBIA / LC 0162" Label: Sony Soundtrax ~ used logo: SONY MUSIC SOUNDTRAX (Bild 10)
Film Soundtrack, Soundtracks
Folk Rock, Indie Rock, Contemporary Folk, Blues, Chamber Pop
various artists' recordings of songs from Dylan
A number of tracks feature backing by a supergroup called The Million Dollar Bashers:
Lee Ranaldo (guitar), Steve Shelley (drums), Tony Garnier (bass), Tom Verlaine (guitar), John Medeski (keyboards), Smokey Hormel (guitar), Nels Cline (guitar)
3.: JIM JAMES singing the song "Going to Acapulco", with Calexico as his backing band
1.10: Karen O - "Soundtrack work
For the movie Jackass 2, Karen O collaborated with electronic artist Peaches and Johnny Knoxville to record a track entitled "Backass". In 2007, she also contributed vocals to a version of Bob Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" for the I'm Not There movie soundtrack. At the end of episode 409, "Brothers Cinco", of the Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! she performed a short song.
// Karen O composed all of the songs on the soundtrack of "Where the Wild Things Are" in collaboration with Carter Burwell; the film was directed by her former boyfriend Spike Jonze. She is listed on the soundtrack as "Karen O and the Kids" with a cover song originally by Daniel Johnston."
- vocals on 'N.A.S.A. – The Spirit of Apollo' album track 'Strange Enough'
2.2: [another Stephen Malkmus with Lee Ranoldo Track
"What Kind of Friend is This?" from I'm Not There released via iTunes only]
2.18: previous unreleased Dylan recording of the title song "I'm Not There", which was recorded during the 'The Basement Tapes' sessions.