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08-31-2013, 01:50 PM
VA - Crazy Heart - (2010, FLAC)

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01. Jeff Bridges - Hold On You (02:53)
02. Buck Owens - Hello Trouble (01:52)
03. The Louvin Brothers - My Baby's Gone (02:46)
04. Stephen Bruton - Somebody Else (Instrumental) (01:55)
05. Jeff Bridges - Somebody Else (04:38)
06. Ryan Bingham - I Don't Know (02:23)
07. Thomas Canning - Wesley's Piano (01:23)
08. Jeff Bridges - Fallin' & Flyin' (03:02)
09. Kitty Wells - Searching (For Someone Like You) (02:37)
10. Jeff Bridges - I Don't Know (02:15)
11. Lightnin' Hopkins - Once A Gambler (04:55)
12. Waylon Jennings - Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way (02:54)
13. The Delmore Brothers - I Let The Freight Train Carry Me On (02:35)
14. George Jones - Color Of The Blues (02:51)
15. Lucinda Williams - Joy (04:06)
16. Colin Farrell & Jeff Bridges - Fallin' & Flyin' (02:42)
17. Colin Farrell - Gone, Gone, Gone (02:39)
18. Townes Van Zandt - If I Needed You (03:26)
19. Sam Phillips - Reflecting Light (03:20)
20. Lydia Mendoza - Mal Hombre (03:30)
21. Robert Duvall - Live Forever (00:50)
22. Jeff Bridges - Brand New Angel (03:48)
23. Ryan Bingham - The Weary Kind (Theme From Crazy Heart) (04:18)

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The Limited Deluxe Edition features 23 songs (an additional 7 songs) including all the original songs performed in the film by Jeff Bridges and Colin Farrell, "The Weary Kind" performed by Ryan Bingham (the theme song heard in the film's trailer and closing credits) and music featured in the film by Waylon Jennings, Lucinda Williams, Buck Owens, Sam Phillips and many more. It is packaged with a 12 page booklet featuring liner notes, lyrics and photographs. The soundtrack was co-produced by 10-time Grammy Award winner T Bone Burnett. Burnett, who co-produced the soundtrack with guitarist/songwriter Stephen Bruton. Synopsis Four-time Academy AwardŽ nominee JEFF BRIDGES stars as the richly comic, semi-tragic romantic anti-hero Bad Blake, a broken-down, hard-living country music singer who's had way too many marriages, far too many years on the road and one too many drinks way too many times. And yet, Bad can t help but reach for salvation with the help of Jean (MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL), a journalist who discovers the real man behind the musician. As he struggles down the road of redemption, Bad learns the hard way just how tough life can be on one man s crazy heart.

The soundtrack for Crazy Heart was produced by T Bone Burnett and contains 16 songs from the film starring Jeff Bridges. The movie is dedicated to Stephen Bruton, the legendary Texas musician, and a lifelong friend of Burnett's, wrote or co-wrote most of the original music performed by Bridges and Ryan Bingham. Bruton died from cancer shortly after finishing the project. While officially based on a book by Thomas Cobb, the film took just as much of its inspiration from the life of Bruton, who lived the life that Bridges' Bad Blake did for over three decades. Musically it’s the performances by Bridges that are the most arresting here. He can deliver a rollicking honky tonk song (“Somebody Else”), a lost-on-the-highway-of-life road song ( the punchy blues rocker "Fallin and Flyin’"), a love song (“Hold on You”), or a weeper (the Greg Brown-penned "Brand New Angel") with the requisite amount of bravado and grit, and tenderness of a seasoned country artist. Bingham, a songwriter and relative newcomer, proves himself a worthy counterpart in his performances --especially on the film's theme song, "The Weary Kind." The soundtrack also gifts the listener with a worldweary a capella performance of Billy Joe Shaver’s “Live Forever,” by Robert Duvall, and a hardcore trucker anthem in “Gone Gone Gone,” by Colin Farrell! There’s also a killer duet version of “Fallin & Flyin’” by Farrell and Bridges. The rest of the set is filled out with cuts by Buck Owens, Waylon Jennings, Townes Van Zandt, the Louvin Brothers, Lightnin’ Hopkins, and Sam Phillips -- the female songwriter, not the Sun Records founder. The original tunes are played by a cast including Burnett, Bruton, Greg Leisz, Jay Bellerose, Buddy Miller, Dennis Crouch, Joel Guzman, Thomas Canning, and Patrick Warren. The catalog material is well-chosen and not obvious, adding much to the listening experience.

08-31-2013, 06:05 PM
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04-13-2014, 03:19 PM