Stars Turn Out For Dylan Tribute Concert

Calexico, Yo La Tengo and MMJ amongst line-up for I'M Not There live

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Calexico, Yo La Tengo and My Morning Jacket were among the artists who appeared at a special concert to celebrate Todd Hayne’s Bob Dylan biopic ‘I’m Not There’ last night (November 7).

The all-star concert at New York’s Beacon Theatre last night featured several of the musicians who appear on the film’s double album soundtrack.

Playing their favourite Bob Dylan songs, all the artists were backed by The Million Dollar Bashers, a house band comprising Sonic Youth‘s Lee Ranaldo, Dinosaur Jr‘s J Mascis on guitar and Dylan collaborator Al Kooper among others.

The following songs were performed:

‘When The Ship Comes In’ (Marcus Carl Franklin)
‘Billy 1’ (Calexico)
‘Goin’ To Acapulco’ (Jim James and Calexico)
‘Señor (Tales of Yankee Power)’ (Joe Henry with Calexico)
‘Long Black Veil’ (Mark Lanegan with Calexico)
‘All I Really Wanna Do’ (Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros)
‘It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry’ (Al Kooper and the Funky Faculty with the Uptown Horns)
‘As I Went Out One Morning’ (Mira Billotte and the Million Dollar Bashers)
‘Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright’ (Ian Ball and Olly Peacock)
‘Subterranean Homesick Blues’ (Dan Licks and The Hot Licks)
‘Rainy Day Women #12 & 35’ (Terry Adams)
‘I Wanna Be Your Lover’ (Yo La Tengo)
‘Fourth Time Around’ (Yo La Tengo)
‘Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You’ (My Morning Jacket)
‘The Times They Are A-Changin” (Mason Jennings)
‘Pressing On’ (John Doe)
‘Buckets Of Rain’ (Jimmy LaFave)
‘A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall’ (Tift Merritt)
‘Can’t Leave Her Behind’ (Lee Ranaldo and the Million Dollar Bashers)
‘Santa Fe’ (J Mascis and the Million Dollar Bashers)
‘Ballad Of A Thin Man’ (John Doe and the Million Dollar Bashers)
‘Masters Of War’ (The Roots)
‘All Along The Watchtower’ (The Million Dollar Bashers and guests)

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