The Late Movies: Bob Dylan Covers

Mark Arminio

One of the greatest artists of our time, Bob Dylan is known for his beautiful lyrics. Tonight for the Late Movies, here are some fantastic Dylan covers.

Seattle-based indie stars Fleet Foxes offer their take on "It Ain't Me Babe."

Audra Mae, a folk singer from Oklahoma (and also the grand-niece of Judy Garland), lends her version of "Forever Young" to the FX show Sons of Anarchy.

Richie Havens, who was the first performer at Woodstock, is known for his soulful covers.  Here is his version of "Tomorrow Is A Long Time."

Perhaps the most famous Dylan cover of all—"All Along The Watchtower," played live by Jimi Hendrix.

Them (featuring Van Morrison) cover "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue."  This tune was also sampled in Beck's hit song "Jack-Ass."

Here's Norah Jones singing "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight."

"One More Cup Of Coffee," a duet between Dylan and Emmylou Harris, is covered by The White Stripes.

From the Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration in Madison Square Garden, here is Eric Clapton performing "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright."

Finally, here is Madeline Peyroux wistfully singing "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go."

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