The Whole Bob Dylan Tribute Album Tracklisting Is Out, And Uh….
Posted by Newson 11/23/2011 at 4:19 PM
Turns out the whole tracklisting for the Amnesty International Bob Dylan tribute album isn’t, as we previously suggested, You’re a Big Girl Now: An All-Female Dance-Pop Tribute to Bob Dylan. At all.
First off, you should know that this thing has four CDs, which means that assembling an album with any overarching similarities other than “we’re all covering Dylan here” would be impressive. It has Bad Religion and it has Ke$ha. It has Evan Rachel Wood and it has Joan Baez, Maroon 5 and Flogging Molly. It’s got a group of musicians you might have assembled yourself by culling all the well-known artists from All Music Guide and randomly choosing a few.
Well, OK, that’s an exaggeration. The similarity is probably their support and/or experience with Dylan and/or Amnesty. But even leaving that aside, these people fall into a few categories. There are the obvious choices we’re OK with (of course Adele and TashBed are on there, as are the likes of Diana Krall). There are the obvious but still welcome choices–we’ll never have bad words to say about Lucinda Williams or Marianne Faithfull covering Bob Dylan. There are the obvious and less welcome choices, by which we mean the Dave Matthews Band. There are the less obvious, more welcome choices (Thea Gilmore is fantastic. Great to see the Carolina Chocolate Drops on here.) And then there’s this.
RedOne featuring Nabil Khayat* ‘Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door’
Happy Thanksgiving, guys! Just… let that sink in. Here’s the full tracklisting:
Raphael Saadiq ‘Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat’
Patti Smith Drifter’s ‘Escape’
Rise Against ‘Ballad of Hollis Brown’
Tom Morello The Nightwatchman ‘Blind Willie McTell’
Pete Townshend ‘Corrina, Corrina’
Bettye LaVette ‘Most of the Time’
Charlie Winston ‘This Wheel’s On Fire’
Diana Krall ‘Simple Twist of Fate’
Brett Dennen ‘You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere’
Mariachi El Bronx ‘Love Sick’
Ziggy Marley ‘Blowin’ in the Wind’
The Gaslight Anthem ‘Changing of the Guards’
Silversun Pickups ‘Not Dark Yet’
My Morning Jacket ‘You’re A Big Girl Now’
The Airborne Toxic Event ‘Boots of Spanish Leather’
Sting ‘Girl from the North Country’
Mark Knopfler ‘Restless Farewell’
Queens Of The Stone Age ‘Outlaw Blues’
Lenny Kravitz ‘Rainy Day Woman # 12 & 35′
Steve Earle & Lucia Micarelli ‘One More Cup of Coffee’ (Valley Below)
Blake Mills ‘Heart Of Mine’
Miley Cyrus ‘You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go’
Billy Bragg ‘Lay Down Your Weary Tune’
Elvis Costello ‘License to Kill’
Angelique Kidjo ‘Lay, Lady, Lay’
Natasha Bedingfield ‘Ring Them Bells’
Jackson Browne ‘Love Minus Zero/No Limit’
Joan Baez ‘Seven Curses’ (Live)
The Belle Brigade ‘No Time To Think’
Sugarland ‘Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You’ (Live)
Jack’s Mannequin ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’
Oren Lavie ’4th Time Around’
Sussan Deyhim ‘All I Really Want To Do’
Adele ‘Make You Feel My Love’ (Recorded Live at WXPN)
K’NAAN ‘With God On Our Side’
Ximena Sariñana ‘I Want You’
Neil Finn with Pajama Club ‘She Belongs to Me’
Bryan Ferry ‘Bob Dylan’s Dream’
Zee Avi ‘Tomorrow Is A Long Time’
Carly Simon ‘Just Like a Woman’
Flogging Molly ‘The Times They Are A-Changin’
Fistful Of Mercy ‘Buckets Of Rain’
Joe Perry ‘Man Of Peace’
Bad Religion ‘It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue’
My Chemical Romance ‘Desolation Row’ (Live)
RedOne featuring Nabil Khayat ‘Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door’
Paul Rodgers & Nils Lofgren ‘Abandoned Love’
Darren Criss featuring Chuck Criss and Freelance Whales ‘New Morning’
Cage the Elephant ‘The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll’
Band of Skulls ‘It Ain’t Me, Babe’
Sinéad O’Connor ‘Property of Jesus’
Ed Roland and The Sweet Tea Project ‘Shelter From The Storm’
Ke$ha ‘Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right’
Kronos Quartet ‘Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right’
Maroon 5 ‘I Shall Be Released’
Carolina Chocolate Drops ‘Political World’
Seal & Jeff Beck ‘Like A Rolling Stone’
Taj Mahal ‘Bob Dylan’s 115th Dream’
Dierks Bentley ‘Senor (Tales of Yankee Power)’ (Live)
Mick Hucknall ‘One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later)’
Thea Gilmore ‘I’ll Remember You’
State Radio ‘John Brown’
Dave Matthews Band ‘All Along the Watchtower’ (Live)
Michael Franti ‘Subterranean Homesick Blues’
We Are Augustines ‘Mama, You Been On My Mind’
Lucinda Williams ‘Tryin’ To Get To Heaven’
Kris Kristofferson ‘Quinn The Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn)’
Eric Burdon ‘Gotta Serve Somebody’
Evan Rachel Wood ‘I’d Have You Anytime’
Marianne Faithfull ‘Baby Let Me Follow You Down’ (Live)
Pete Seeger ‘Forever Young’
Bob Dylan ‘Chimes Of Freedom’
* A relative, maybe? RedOne’s name is Nadir Khayat.
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