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Safe Haven (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Download links and information about Safe Haven (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 44:47 minutes.

Release date: 2013
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 13
Duration: 44:47
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. We Both Know (feat. Gavin DeGraw) (Colbie Caillat) 3:50
2. Say Anything (Tristan Prettyman) 3:55
3. Keep Your Head Up (Ben Howard) 4:22
4. Summer Child (Dar Williams) 3:04
5. Sleepy Little Town (The White Buffalo) 2:24
6. Wrap Your Arms Around Me (Gareth Dunlop) 3:45
7. Moonshine (Sara Haze) 3:23
8. The Journey (FM Radio) 3:08
9. Heart's Content (Strings Mix) (Brandi Carlile) 3:34
10. Violin (Amos Lee) 5:18
11. My Baby's Got To Pay the Rent (The Deep Dark Woods) 2:44
12. Canoeing (Katie and Alex's Theme) (Deborah Lurie) 1:48
13. Go Your Own Way (Lissie) 3:32

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Not since the 2006 film Once has a soundtrack exuded palpable romantic tension. Going into this project, the producers obviously knew that the only way to properly score an adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ novel of the same name would be with top-shelf artists performing songs apropos of the story’s emotionally intense plotlines. Fittingly, Colbie Caillat and Gavin DeGraw open with "We Both Know." Written and recorded exclusively for the soundtrack, this duet pulses with impassioned moments akin to those of Jennifer Warnes and Joe Cocker doing "Up Where We Belong" for the 1982 film An Officer and a Gentleman. Tristan Prettyman’s “Say Anything” extends the romantic tone with her hushed voice cooing over acoustic arpeggios, pitter-patter rhythms, and lazy slide guitar. “Keep Your Head Up” is an outstanding cut punctuated by Ben Howard’s charming English tenor. He balances introspective vulnerability with a near-anthemic chorus that musters strength with the honest apprehension of a shaking voice. Similarly, Gareth Dunlop exposes all the gritty textures of his weathered Irish timbre in the rootsy serenade “Wrap Your Arms Around Me.”