Vinyl Fever looks to have trumped all of us chasing after the “I’m Not There” soundtrack details and good for them. They’ve got what appears to be the entire tracklist and it syncs up with those artists that we recently reported first – Eddie Vedder, Karen O, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Sufjan Stevens, Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy. As we reported, their release date is October 30, however their tracklisting has 33, not 34 tracks (Deep Throat has been known to have off days).

Interesting new additions include Antony and the Johnsons, Mark Lanegan, the Black Keys and Television’s Tom Verlaine. Rounding out the list of new soundtrack contributors are Jack Johnson, Mira Billotte (of White Magic and Quix*o*tic), Bob Forrest (ex-Thelonious Monster; looks like it…), Ramblin’ Jack Elliot and Los Lobos.

Looks Like Calexico are almost the house band on this thing working with Iron & Wine, Willie Nelson, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Roger McGuinn.

But the million dollar question is, who is The Million Dollar Bashers? They back a multitude of artists on this soundtrack (*Update*: their identities revealed plus one other track).

As we predicted, Dylan’s much-sought and never-officially-released version of “I’m Not There” (from the Genuine Basement Tapes) is included on the disc (discs?) and our old reported rumor of Mason Jennings’ inclusion also turned out to be true.

UPDATE: Since this seems to be a very popular entrance point for google users (aloha, Willkommen, Irashaimasu), we’d like you to note. The final tracklist of this soundtrack is here and our review of the soundtrack album is here. Enjoy. (Oh yeah, and there’s lots more: our initial musical preview of the film, the specific music used in the film post and director Todd Haynes’ NY Film Festival appearance).

Tracklist according to Vinyl Fever:

All Along The Watchtower –Eddie Vedder & The Million Dollar Bashers
As I Went Out One Morning–Mira Billotte
Ballad Of A Thin Man–Stephen Malkmus & The Million Dollar Bashers
Billy–Los Lobos
Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window–The Hold Steady
Can’t Leave Her Behind–Stephen Malkmus & Lee Ranaldo
Cold Irons Bound–Tom Verlaine & The Million Dollar Bashers
Dark Eyes–Iron & Wine & Calexico
Fourth Time Around–Yo La Tengo
Goin’ To Acapulco–Jim James & Calexico
Highway 61 Revisited–Karen O & The Million Dollar Bashers
I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine – John Doe
I Wanna Be Your Lover–Yo La Tengo
I’m Not There–Bob Dylan
I’m Not There–Sonic Youth
Just Like A Woman–Charlotte Gainsbourg & Calexico
Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues–Ramblin’ Jack Elliot
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door–Antony & The Johnsons
The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll–Mason Jennings
Maggie’s Farm–Stephen Malkmus & The Million Dollar Bashers
Mama You’ve Been On My Mind–Jack Johnson
The Man In The Long Black Coat–Mark Lanegan
Moonshiner–Bob Forrest
One More Cup Of Coffee–Roger McGuinn & Calexico
Pressing On–John Doe
Ring Them Bells–Sufjan Stevens
Señor (Tales Of Yankee Power)–Willie Nelson & Calexico
Simple Twist Of Fate–Jeff Tweedy
Stuck Inside Of Mobile With Memphis Blues Again–Cat Power
The Times They Are A Changin’–Mason Jennings
Tombstone Blues–Richie Havens
When The Ship Comes In–Marcus Carl Franklin
Wicked Messenger–The Black Keys
You Ain’t Goin ‘Nowhere–Glen Hansard & Markta Irglov

Download: Bob Dylan – “I’m Not There”
Download: Bob Dylan – “Dark Eyes”
Download: Calexico – “Señor (Tales of Yankee Power)” (live)
Download: Bob Dylan and the Band – “You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere”
Download: Bob Dylan “She’s Your Lover Now”
Download: Bob Dylan – Señor (Tales of Yankee Power)”
Download: Bob Dylan – “Fourth Time Around”

Update: We heard back from Vinyl Fever and they received their tracklist from the label. *Oh and yes, we don’t believe the soundtrack will actually be presented alphabetically, this is just the way VF had it sent to them.