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Inside Llewyn Davis: Original Soundtrack Recording

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01
Hang Me, Oh Hang Me
Artist: Oscar Isaac
3:20
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02
Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song)
Artist: Oscar Isaac & Marcus Mumford
3:00
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03
The Last Thing on My Mind
Artist: Stark Sands With Punch Brothers
3:35
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04
Five Hundred Miles
Artist: Justin Timberlake, Carey Mulligan & Stark Sands
3:27
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05
Please Mr. Kennedy
Artist: Justin Timberlake, Oscar Isaac & Adam Driver
1:59
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Green, Green Rocky Road
Artist: Oscar Isaac
3:17
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The Death of Queen Jane
Artist: Oscar Isaac
3:57
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The Roving Gambler
Artist: The Down Hill Strugglers with John Cohen
3:04
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The Shoals of Herring
Artist: Oscar Isaac with Punch Brothers
1:41
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The Auld Triangle
Artist: Chris Thile, Chris Eldridge, Marcus Mumford, Justin Timberlake & Gabe Witcher
2:42
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The Storms Are on the Ocean
Artist: Nancy Blake
3:15
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Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song)
Artist: Oscar Isaac
2:47
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Farewell [unreleased studio version]
Artist: Bob Dylan
2:10
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Green, Green Rocky Road
Artist: Dave Van Ronk
3:42
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 41:56

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More music like Inside Llewyyn Davis?

stox2

I LOVE this music!! I'd love to find a few more artists like this. If you have any ideas, please post. A few of my favorites finds over the last year or two or three are: The Civil Wars, The Sweet Remains, The Kin, The Lone Bellow, Ed Sheerran, and a few more mainstream like Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers, and Of Monsters and Men. The Civil Wars are the BEST.

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The life of Dave Van Ronk

beaglesayarf

The Cohen Bros movie is like O Brother, except set in earl 60's New York and the thriving folk scene. I don't normally buy records with actors singing the songs of the artists they portray, but this is done so well and revisits all the old standards, and a previously unreleased Bob Dylan track, plus a song from Van Ronk himself. This should grow in popularity when the movie is released, but this is a great record, produced by T-Bone Burnett.