Esteemed indie label Bloodshot Records is eyeing an Oct. 4 release for an as-yet-untitled retrospective DVD, which was produced by label co-owner Rob Miller.

Esteemed indie label Bloodshot Records is eyeing an Oct. 4 release for an as-yet-untitled retrospective DVD, which was produced by label co-owner Rob Miller.

As previously reported, film of Ryan Adams performing "Amy," plus a 10-minute interview with the artist, will be included. Neko Case, Alejandro Escovedo, the Blacks and Kelly Hogan are captured performing on the Chicago public access children's show "Chic-A-Go-Go," while a number of acts are seen pulling pranks on the Bloodshot staff at the label's Chicago office.

Other clips earmarked for the DVD include performances from the label's 2004 10th anniversary parties in Chicago and Austin, Texas, plus an early Old 97's live take on "Over a Cliff" taped at Chicago's now-closed Lounge Ax.

Here is the Bloodshot DVD track list:

"Amy," Ryan Adams
"Let's Rock 'n' Roll," Bobby Bare, Jr.
"Flat Chested Girl From Maynardville," Bobby Bare, Jr.
"Hit the Road," Scott H. Biram
"Life of a Fool," Paul Burch
"Bad Girl She Used To Be," Paul Burch
"Sacred Heart," Deadstring Brothers
"Cha Cha Twist," the Detroit Cobras
"Shake It and Break It," Devil in Woodpile
"Castenets," Alejandro Escovedo
"Dirty Mouthed Flo," Robbie Fulks
"Thunderstorms & Neon Signs," Wayne Hancock
"Miller, Jack & Mad Dog," Wayne Hancock
"Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive," Kelly Hogan and Jon Rauhouse
"Over the Cliff," Jon Langford
"Nashville Radio," Jon Langford
"Over the Cliff," the Old 97's
"Almost Thanksgiving," Graham Parker
"Widowmaker," Jon Rauhouse
"Rebel Rock Armegeddon," the Riptones
"Flash," the Sadies
"Empty the Chamber," the Sadies
"Drinkin' & Flailin'," Scroat Belly
"A Little More Cocaine Please," Split Lip Rayfield
"PB24SS," Split Lip Rayfield
"Perfidia," Sally Timms and Jon Rauhouse
"Smackdown," Meat Purveyors TMP
"Biggest Mistake," Meat Purveyors TMP
"How Can I Be So Thirsty Today?," Meat Purveyors TMP
"Hope Is a Thing With Feathers," Trailer Bride
"Bring the Noise," the Unholy Trio
"Take Me to the Fires," the Waco Brothers
"See Willy Fly By," the Waco Brothers