"Lost on the river" by The New Basement Tapes.
This project has a cool backstory. Bob Dylan's music publisher came into possession of a collection of Dylan's lyrics from the time when he was recovering from a motorcycle accident. Dylan wrote very prolifically during this period. And he recorded a fair amount of those with The Band that went on the become known as "The Basement Tapes". But some of those songs were only ever conceived as lyrics.
Enter producer T-Bone Burnett. He was given those lyrics and assembled some amazing talents to record the material: Elvis Costello, Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons and Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes. The project wound up being a collaboration on many fronts. Dylan provided the lyrics, but generally speaking the artist who sang lead wrote the music for that particular song. All in all it's a pretty cool take on some Dylan songs that hadn't seen the light of day since about 1967.