I did a search and could not find any posts on this tribute album, so I'm starting one. When I was in the UK 10 days ago, I saw a review in The Independent newspaper and they gave it 5 stars. That made me keen to try it out. Somewhat coincidentally, I returned on Saturday 16th and there was a review in the Sunday Mercury News of the same CD and it was not that flattering. I hunted around a couple of stores and eventually found it at Media Play. I did not get a chance to listen, but had to go to St Louis for a few days on Wednesday, so I put it in with my portable system (Panasonic CDP, Total Airhead amp, Bose Series II noise cancelling 'phones) and it was the first CD I listened to on the plane. When I picked up a rental I stuck it in the CD player and it stayed there for three days! I just listened to it here at home, and have to agree with The Independent. This is a terrific CD. From the sublime version of "Keep Me In Your Heart" (Jorge Calderon and Jennifer Warnes) to the kick-arse thrash by the Pixies ("Ain't That Pretty At All"), with stops on the way for Bob's live mumbling of "Mutineer", Springsteen's inspired "My Ride's Here", Henley on "Searching For a Heart" and (especially thrilling) Jordan Zevon doing "Studebaker" - what a great song. I'm even partial to Adam Sandler's version of "Werewolves" - he makes it rock pretty hard; though Billy Bob Thorton messes up the beautiful song "The Wind" something awful. But then there's Steve Earle, Jackson Browne and Ms Raitt, The Wallflowers, Peter Yorn (who's he?) on "Splendid Isolation" - wonderful. And David Lindley/Ry Cooder doing "Monkey Wash, Donkey Rinse" is a lot of fun. It's on Artemis, has great sound and really flows well from song to song. There's an unlisted instrumental at the end with violin and cello that provides a thoughtful coda to a wonderful tribute to a great songwriter. I could not have asked for more.