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O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Various Artists




 
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Overview

Track Listing

1 Po' Lazarus - James Carter and the Prisoners
2 Big Rock Candy Mountain - Harry McClintock
3 You Are My Sunshine - Norman Blake
4 Down to the River to Pray - Alison Krauss
5 I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow - Dan Tyminski/The Soggy Bottom Boys
6 Hard Time Killing Floor Blues - Chris Thomas King
7 I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow - Norman Blake
8 Keep On the Sunny Side - The Whites
9 I'll Fly Away - Gillian Welch/Alison Krauss
10 Didn't Leave Nobody But the Baby - Emmylou Harris/Gillian Welch/Alison Krauss
11 In the Highways - Sarah Peasall/Leah Peasall/The Peasall Sisters/Hannah Peasall
12 I Am Weary, Let Me Rest - The Cox Family
13 I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow - John Hartford
14 O Death - Ralph Stanley
15 In the Jailhouse Now - The Soggy Bottom Boys/Tim Blake Nelson
16 I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow - Dan Tyminski/The Soggy Bottom Boys (take With Band)
17 Indian War Whoop - John Hartford
18 Lonesome Valley - The Fairfield Four
19 Angel Band - The Stanley Brothers

 

Details

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: May 2014
  • Label: Mercury
  • Format: CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio Format: Mixed
  • Producer: T-Bone Burnett
  • Engineer: Peter Kurland
 

Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone (1/03/02, p.119) - Ranked #9 in Rolling Stone's "Top 10 2001".

Rolling Stone (1/18/01, pp.56-7) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...A collection of folk, bluegrass, gospel and hobo country so true to the music's down-home, egalitarian roots that it's hard to distinguish the old tracks from the new and the folk heroes from screen actors..."

Rolling Stone (1/03/02, p.119) - Ranked #9 in Rolling Stone's "Top 10 2001".

Rolling Stone (1/18/01, pp.56-7) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...A collection of folk, bluegrass, gospel and hobo country so true to the music's down-home, egalitarian roots that it's hard to distinguish the old tracks from the new and the folk heroes from screen actors..."

Entertainment Weekly (10/12/01, p.38) - Ranked #56 in EW's "100 Best Movie Soundtracks" - "...An unlikely hillbilly smash making 1930s-style string-band music the 1st trend of the 21st-century..."

Entertainment Weekly (10/12/01, p.38) - Ranked #56 in EW's "100 Best Movie Soundtracks" - "...An unlikely hillbilly smash making 1930s-style string-band music the 1st trend of the 21st-century..."

Q (12/00, p.139) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Mostly traditional spirituals and bluegrass numbers....richly evocative of its time and place, and educational too..."

Q (12/00, p.139) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Mostly traditional spirituals and bluegrass numbers....richly evocative of its time and place, and educational too..."

Uncut (p.102) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[With] some superb country-blues fiddling from John Hartford and a couple of breezy, close-harmony stunners from the Cox Family."

No Depression (1-2/01, p.90) - "...The rarest of contemporary soundtracks: good (old) music, coherently programmed, and masterfully perfromed....an exceptional album..."

No Depression (1-2/01, p.90) - "...The rarest of contemporary soundtracks: good (old) music, coherently programmed, and masterfully perfromed....an exceptional album..."

Mojo (Publisher) (6/02, p.68) - Included in Mojo's "100 Coolest Movie Soundtracks".

Mojo (Publisher) (1/02, p.70) - Ranked #3 in Mojo's "Best [10] Box Sets & Compilations of 2001".

Mojo (Publisher) (6/02, p.68) - Included in Mojo's "100 Coolest Movie Soundtracks".

Mojo (Publisher) (1/02, p.70) - Ranked #3 in Mojo's "Best [10] Box Sets & Compilations of 2001".

 

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