Various - O Brother, Where Art Thou? - Collector's Edition Enhanced CD-ROM album FLAC
The complete soundtrack to the 2000 film "O Brother, Where Art Thou?".
O Brother, Where Art Thou? is the soundtrack album of music from the 2000 American film of the same name, written, directed and produced by the Coen Brothers and starring George Clooney, John Turturro, Tim Blake Nelson, and John Goodman. The film is set in Mississippi during the Great Depression. The soundtrack, produced by T-Bone Burnett, uses bluegrass, country, gospel, blues, and folk music appropriate to the time period.
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Vinyl, Enhanced, Soundtrack, January 28, 2003. In stock on July 3, 2019. O Brother Where Art Thou is yet another amazing movie by the Coen Bros and this soundtrack is full of marvelous melodies and authentic olde timey songs to salve the weary souls. This double-LP is NOT in a gate fold jacket, but it's still a quality pressing. and you can't find it no mo.
Which may have been true, despite O Brother, Where Art Thou?, the Coen brothers' delightfully warm and weird Depression-era re-telling of Homer's Odyssey. But for music lovers, 2000 was an amazing year at the movies, and it produced several excellent soundtrack compilations including Almost Famous, Dancer in the Dark, Wonder Boys, and High Fidelity. Even with such steep competition, the soundtrack album for O Brother, Where Art Thou? may be the best of the year.
O Brother, Where Art Thou? ~ Release group by Various Artists. O Brother, Where Art Thou? Music From the Motion Picture. XE. Mercury Records (Universal Music Group).
How 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' Made America Fall Back in Love with Bluegrass. By Jeremy Burchard7 months. Believe it. The infamous O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack moved more than eight million copies in its first seven years in the United States alone. And it almost single-handedly made America fall back in love with bluegrass music. Back in 2000, the famous writer/director duo the Coen Brothers took a big gamble. The unmistakably brilliant musicality of Alison Krauss and her right-hand man Dan Tyminski litter the whole album. Krauss' version of "Down To The River To Pray" is the best there is, hands down. The record even features two stunning early era originals. Harry McClintock's 1928 "Big Rock Candy Mountain" and Alan Lomax's 1955 recording of "Po Lazarus" set the tone for what became a Grammy-winning compilation. And not just any old Grammys.
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|1||–No Artist||"Jesus, Can't I Count On You People..." (Film Dialogue)||0:36|
|2||–Gillian Welch / Alison Krauss / Emmylou Harris||Didn't Leave Nobody But The Baby||1:57|
|3||–No Artist||"Come On In Boys, The Waters Fine" (Film Dialogue)||0:48|
|4||–The Stanley Brothers||Angel Band||2:18|
|5||–No Artist||"I'm George Nelson" (Film Dialogue)||0:35|
|6||–Soggy Bottom Boys||In The Jailhouse Now||3:36|
|7||–No Artist||'...And These Here Are The Soggy Bottom Boys" (Film Dialogue)||0:18|
|8||–Soggy Bottom Boys||I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow (Snippet)
Featuring – Dan Tyminski
|9||–No Artist||"I Believe You Did Sell You Soul To The Devil"||0:06|
|CD-ROM Content Includes:|
|CD-ROM 1||–No Artist||Theatrical Trailer|
|CD-ROM 2||–No Artist||Interviews With The Stars|
|CD-ROM 3||–No Artist||Film Clips|
|CD-ROM 4||–No Artist||A Word From Ethan Coen|
|CD-ROM 5||–No Artist||Images From The Set|
NotesCover mounted Enhanced CD with The Guardian (UK) newspaper as a promo for the film 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?'.
Packaged in a card sleeve.
Artists not listed for dialogue and enhanced tracks.
Timings not listed for dialogue or enhanced tracks.