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Bob Dylan's 9th bootleg series album; Jim Jarmusch to direct Iggy Pop doc; George Michael faces jail time

dylanThe best bootleg series will expand by a volume in October.

By David Malitz

- The ninth volume of Bob Dylan's incomparable bootleg series will arrive on Oct. 19. "The Whitmark Demos: 1962-1964" will feature 47 songs performed by Dylan solo with only acoustic guitar, harmonica and some piano. Previous editions of the bootleg series include the legendary 1966 "Royal Albert Hall" show, a compilation of highlights from the 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour and the soundtrack to soundtrack to Martin Scorcese's "No Direction Home" documentary.

- Speaking of all-time great directors and rock legends, Jim Jarmusch announced that he plans to make a documentary about the life of Iggy Pop, upon request by the Stooges wild man himself. The "Dead Man" director (best movie of the '90s!) is also curating a day of the upcoming All Tomorrow's Parites festival and has selected the likes of Raekwon, Vivian Girls and [Expletived] Up to perform.

- George Michael might go to jail for his latest brush with the law.

By David Malitz  |  August 25, 2010; 9:15 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Bob Dylan, George Michael, Iggy Pop, Jim Jarmusch  
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