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I'm Not There (Original Soundtrack) [Bonus Track Version]

Various Artists

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The unorthodox Bob Dylan bio-pic, I’m Not There, from director Todd Haynes features a soundrack as odd and audacious as his film. An eclectic mix of recording artists interpret one of the 20th century’s greatest songwriters and turn up new revelations in the process. A pick-up band featuring drummer Steve Shelley, guitarists Lee Ranaldo, Tom Verlaine and Smokey Hormel and keyboardist John Medeski back up Eddie Vedder for a dramatic rendition of “All Along the Watchtower” and Stephen Malkmus for straight up reads of “Ballad of a Thin Man” and “Maggie’s Farm,” while Malkmus offers his finest vocal performance on the gorgeous 1966 Dylan obscurity “Can’t Leave Her Behind” with Ranaldo taking Robbie Robertson’s guitar role. Mark Lanegan invests his death growl in “Man in the Long Black Coat.” Mira Billotte hangs tight to the cryptic story and simple, unadorned melody of “As I Went Out One Morning.” Mason Jennings stays true with flat-footed, dry renditions of “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll” and “The Times They Are a Changin’.” Antony and the Johnsons creep out “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door.” Bob Forrest hangs on in desperation to the folkie mountain haze of “Moonshiner.” The added bonus is the official release of Bob Dylan’s basement tape of the title track, mind-boggling proof that after four decades the man still has first-rate outtakes in the can.

Customer Reviews


This album is incredible. Every insightful as to how important Bob Dylan's music is and how it is has inspired modern muscians. It also shows what a chamleon the man has been. I highly reccomend this album. And deffinitely buy All Along the Watch Tower, Goin to Acapulco, Stuck Inside of Mobile, Can you Please Crawl Out Your Window?,

Amazing, amazing, amazing!!

This may be by far one of the greatest soundtrack's to a movie ever produced. Every song as flawless as the originals. Mason Jennings bring's a quiet reality to how beautiful and poetic dylan is with 'The lonesome death of hattie carroll' and cat power explodes with a version of 'Stuck inside of mobile with the memphis blues again' that completes the whole album. Dylan fan or not, you can't deny this album is brilliant.

good album, must have single

this album is full of great covers of the best bob dylan songs, but the real gem on this album is the first ever commercial release of "I'm not there", the bob dylan one. other good ones are the rarely covered pieces from dylan's movie soundrack "billy 1" and "main title theme(billy)", which itunes has decided to make album only, and newly structured songs such as "mama you've been on my mind/ a fraction of last thoughts on woody guthrie".

I'm Not There (Original Soundtrack) [Bonus Track Version]
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  • Partial Album
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: Oct 30, 2007

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