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O Brother, Where Art Thou? is the soundtrack album of music from the American film of the same name, written, directed and produced by the Coen. Down To The River To Pray - From “O Brother, Where Art Thou” Soundtrack - Alison Krauss. 5. I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow - Radio Edit - The.
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O Brother, Where Art Thou? Includes 14 new tracks not included in the original album, "including 12 previously unreleased cuts from music producer T-Bone Burnett's O Brother sessions. These recordings, which were made without the meddling clarity of digital technology, give the film much of its power and authenticity. With the film 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. With the exception of a few vintage tracks such as Harry McClintock's single "Big Rock Candy Mountain" , most tracks are modern recordings.
It has been a huge commercial success winning three Grammy Awards including Album of the Year in Sprung from a chain gang and trying to reach Everett's home to recover the buried loot of a bank heist, they are confronted by a series of strange characters--among them sirens, a cyclops, bank robber George "Baby Face" Nelson, a campaigning governor and his opponent, a KKK lynch mob, and a blind prophet who warns the trio that "the treasure you seek shall not be the treasure you find. Flatt and Scruggs.
Bill Monroe. Doc Watson. They sing the voices of two of the sirens in the river.
The third is Gillian Welch. Tim Erickson's folk stuff is crazy good.
Here's his YT playlist, particularly check out his version of "Amazing Grace" and "I wish the wars were over". The concert documentary, Down From The Mountain , with the musicians from the film. Also, check out Scottish bluegrass act Blueflint , who I really like. You'd probably enjoy The Ladykillers soundtrack.
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The genre is Bluegrass. Continue this thread. Great stuff. BR has some really good live content. Alan Lomax Collections! You might like The Carolina Chocolate Drops!