Funny how things unfold.
Last night I caught around half of I'm Not There, the film about Bob Dylan without Bob Dylan. After a time trying to work out what was going on, just as I was about to switch channels, a group of hillbillies (a "brass band" according to the credits) in a country bandstand played a lush version of Goin' To Acapulco. It goes alright. (It was better on film than on Youtube.)
Today I open up the Age to see:
A recent string to Calexico's bow was working on the soundtrack to Todd Haynes' 2007 Bob Dylan film I'm Not There. They played on a number of tracks, including the album highlight Goin' to Acapulco, with My Morning Jacket's Jim James.
Anyway, I figured this post was too long for Twitter.