Begin Again (Music From and Inspired By the Original Motion Picture)
Download links and information about Begin Again (Music From and Inspired By the Original Motion Picture). This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 42:27 minutes.
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|1.||Lost Stars (Adam Levine)||4:27|
|2.||Tell Me If You Wanna Go Home (Keira Knightley)||3:39|
|3.||No One Else Like You (Adam Levine)||3:28|
|5.||Lost Stars (Keira Knightley)||4:00|
|6.||A Higher Place (Adam Levine)||3:12|
|7.||Like a Fool (Keira Knightley)||2:27|
|8.||Did It Ever Cross Your Mind (Demo Version) (Cessyl Orchestra)||3:38|
|9.||Women of the World (Go On Strike!) (Cee-Lo)||3:15|
|10.||Coming Up Roses (Keira Knightley)||3:13|
|11.||Into the Trance (Cessyl Orchestra)||4:05|
|12.||A Step You Can’t Take Back (Keira Knightley)||3:25|
The last time director John Carney and songwriter Glen Hansard got together for an understated film about love and music, the result was Once, which won an Oscar for Best Original Song, among other accolades. Begin Again stars Keira Knightley as Gretta, a singer who finds her voice with the help of Mark Ruffalo's down-and-out label exec. Knightley sings songs written mainly by Gregg Alexander, and her voice is sweetly assured, gelling with the tunes' comely indie pop. Cee-Lo stops by for a few soul-stirrers, while Adam Levine, who plays Knightley's ex, applies his reedy alto to the midtempo "Higher Place" and "Lost Stars," the film's musical centerpiece. Knightley's take on that track has an intimate coffeeshop feel that contrasts Levine's grander version, mirroring the pair's differing career arcs in this heartrending romantic drama.