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Video: Watch Bill Murray Sing Along to Bob Dylan’s ‘Shelter From The Storm’ in His New Film, ‘St. Vincent’

Bill Murray listening, singing along with Dylan.

In his new film, “St. Vincent,” Bill Murray sings along to a recording of Bob Dylan singing “Shelter From The Storm.”

St. Vincent opens in a limited engagement on Oct. 10, and then everywhere Oct. 24.

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Video: Arcade Fire Cover the Pixies’ ‘Alec Eiffel’ in Boston

Arcade FIre in Boston.

Hear Arcade Fire’s latest cover, the Pixies’ “Alec Eiffel” off 1991’s Trompe le Monde.

They performed this at the Xfinity Center, Mansfield, MA.

You’ll hear the group play a bit of the group Boston’s “More Than A Feeling,” and then into “Alec Eiffel.”

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Audio: Bob Dylan Covers Frank Sinatra Hit for New Album; Hear ‘Full Moon and Empty Arms’ Right Now – Plus Sinatra’s Version

Cover of Bob Dylan’s next album?

Today a brand new official Bob Dylan recording went online at bobdylan.com, Dylan’s official website.

From Rolling Stone:

​”This track is definitely from a forthcoming album due later on this year,” a spokesperson for the singer tells Rolling Stone. While the rep wouldn’t confirm an album title, Dylan posted an image of himself with the phrase “Shadows in the Night.” With its distinct vertical bars and crisp, minimalist text, the image appears to be in the style of graphic designer Reid Miles’ iconongraphic covers for jazz label Blue Note.

Here’s Sinatra’s version:

Listen to the song, a cover of Frank Sinatra’s 1945 hit “Full Moon and Empty Arms”:

Audio/Video: Versions of ‘Maggie’s Farm’ by U2, the Grateful Dead, Toots Hibbert, Bob Dylan & Many More

Thought it would be a blast to listen to a variety of artists covering Bob Dylan’s “Maggie’s Farm.”

Below check out versions by Rage Against the Machine, the Grateful Dead, Uncle Tupelo, The Residents, The Waterboys, Toots Hibbert, The Specials, U2, Richie Havens, Stephen Malkmus, the Charlie Daniels Band and Solomon Burke.

Plus a version by David Grisman, John Hartford and Mike Seeger.

And Bob Dylan with and without The Band.

Hope you have as much fun with these as I did.

Rage Against the Machine, “Maggie’s Farm”:

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Grateful Dead, “Maggie’s Farm,” 1987:

Toots Hibbert, “Maggie’s Farm”:

Maggie's Farm – Toots Hibbert by A Reggae Tribute To Bob Dylan on Grooveshark

Uncle Tupelo, “Maggie’s Farm”:

Maggie's Farm by Uncle Tupelo on Grooveshark

Solomon Burke, “Maggie’s Farm”:

The Waterboys, “Maggie’s Farm”:

I Ain't Gonna Work on Maggie's Farm No More by The Waterboys on Grooveshark

The Specials, “Maggie’s Farm”:

David Grisman, John Hartford, Mike Seeger, “Maggie’s Farm”:

Maggie's Farm by David Grisman, John Hartford, & Mike Seeger on Grooveshark

The Residents, “Maggie’s Farm”:

Maggies Farm by The Residents on Grooveshark

The Charlie Daniels Band with Earl Scruggs, “Maggie’s Farm:

Maggie's Farm (With Earl Scruggs, Randy Scruggs And Gary Scruggs) by The Charlie Daniels Band on Grooveshark

U2, “Maggie’s Farm,” Live at “R.D.S. Showgrounds”, Dublin, Ireland, May 17, 1986:

Richie Havens, “Maggie’s Farm”:

Maggie's Farm by Richie Havens on Grooveshark

David Bowie, “Maggie’s Farm”:

Maggie's Farm [Live] by David Bowie on Grooveshark

Stephen Malkmus, “Maggie’s Farm”:

Bob Dylan and The Band, Oakland Coliseum, 1974, “Maggie’s Farm”:

maggie's farm by Bob Dylan & The Band on Grooveshark

Bob Dylan, “Maggie’s Farm”:

Maggie's Farm by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark

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Listen: Phosphorescent Covers Bob Dylan’s ‘Tomorrow Is A Long Time’

Phosphorescent‘ AKA Matthew Houck (center).

I previously posted about this cover, but now we get to hear Phosphorescent do Bob Dylan’s “Tomorrow Is A Long Time.”

The track will appear on the Starbucks Valentine’s Day comp Sweethearts 2014 due February 4, 2014.

Here’s one of Dylan’s versions of the song:

Tomorrow Is A Long Time by Bob Dylan on Grooveshark

Thanks Consequence of Sound!

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