In the latest salvo in the distribution collaboration between its global recording and film divisions, Sony Music Entertainment
and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
are releasing Bob Dylan: Odds and Ends, a compilation film of promotional material, footage from other documentaries left on the cutting-room floor and assorted demos and alternate takes from the singer-songwriter’s six-decade career.
The roughly two-hour compilation, being distributed as a digital download or rental beginning June 22, focuses primarily on Dylan’s first two decades with Sony
-owned Columbia Records
, a label he has called home since 1961, save for a brief detour with Asylum Records
Odds and Ends will showcase ...