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The Music of Nashville (Original Soundtrack)

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Download links and information about The Music of Nashville (Original Soundtrack) by Nashville Cast. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 36:12 minutes.

Artist: Nashville Cast
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Country, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 11
Duration: 36:12
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Buried Under (feat. Connie Britton) 3:05
2. If I Didn't Know Better (feat. Sam Palladio & Clare Bowen) 2:59
3. Undermine (feat. Charles Esten & Hayden Panettiere) 4:01
4. Sideshow (feat. Charles Esten) 3:05
5. Wrong Song (feat. Connie Britton & Hayden Panettiere) 3:11
6. No One Will Ever Love You (feat. Connie Britton & Charles Esten) 3:44
7. Twist of Barbwire (feat. Jonathan Jackson) 3:06
8. Love Like Mine (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 3:26
9. Telescope (feat. Lennon & Maisy) 2:29
10. When the Right One Comes Along (feat. Clare Bowen & Sam Palladio) 3:49
11. Telescope (feat. Hayden Panettiere) [Radio Mix] 3:17

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Since the actors in Nashville do their own singing, it'd be easy to assume upon first hearing the original soundtrack that there’s a very fine line (if one at all) between actor and musician. Of course all assumptions are moot when learning that these songs were written by Hillary Lindsey, John Paul White of The Civil Wars, and Elvis Costello, while T-Bone Burnett is on board as producer. The resulting songs are so authentic that some have even cracked the Top 40 charts. Actress Connie Britton sings the opening “Buried Under,” which smolders on a twang-rock foundation similar to Little Big Town's. As her younger adversary, actress Hayden Panettiere does a great job of playing Music City up-and-comer Juliette Barnes—and an even better job of making bubbly, post-adolescent country-pop in “Love Like Mine,” which blends Taylor Swift's boy-crazy sentiments with the grace and poise of Carrie Underwood. You can really hear Burnett’s rootsy touch in “If I Didn’t Know Better,” as sung by Clare Bowen.