Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
Toronto Film Festival Lineup: What Did They Get? Toronto Film Festival Lineup: What Did They Get? Richard Linklater's Untitled New Film Pushed to 2016, Might Direct Jennifer Lawrence Movie Richard Linklater's Untitled New Film Pushed to 2016, Might Direct Jennifer Lawrence Movie Jill Soloway Says "There Is an All Out-Attack" on Female Filmmakers Jill Soloway Says "There Is an All Out-Attack" on Female Filmmakers 'Steve Jobs' Joins Fall Festival Contenders as NYFF Centerpiece Gala: What's Coming Up and What's Not (UPDATED) 'Steve Jobs' Joins Fall Festival Contenders as NYFF Centerpiece Gala: What's Coming Up and What's Not (UPDATED) Arthouse Audit: Is 'Phoenix' This Year's 'Ida'? 'Mr. Holmes' Stays Strong Arthouse Audit: Is 'Phoenix' This Year's 'Ida'? 'Mr. Holmes' Stays Strong Friday Box Office: Sandler's 'Pixels' Gets Mixed Response, 'Paper Towns,' 'Southpaw' Not Far Behind Friday Box Office: Sandler's 'Pixels' Gets Mixed Response, 'Paper Towns,' 'Southpaw' Not Far Behind Scott Foundas Explains Why He's Leaving Film Criticism--Again--for Amazon Studios Scott Foundas Explains Why He's Leaving Film Criticism--Again--for Amazon Studios Congrats to Monica Bellucci: She's Making History Congrats to Monica Bellucci: She's Making History Broad Green Dates 'Knight of Cups' and Two More Releases Broad Green Dates 'Knight of Cups' and Two More Releases Watch: The Secret Ingredient to David Lynch's Disorienting Cinema Watch: The Secret Ingredient to David Lynch's Disorienting Cinema First Look: 'No' Director Pablo Larraín Channels 'Neruda' with Gael García Bernal First Look: 'No' Director Pablo Larraín Channels 'Neruda' with Gael García Bernal Is 'The Revenant' the Most Hellish Shoot of All Time? Is 'The Revenant' the Most Hellish Shoot of All Time? Broad Green Enters Long-Term Home Video Deal with Universal for Burgeoning Slate Broad Green Enters Long-Term Home Video Deal with Universal for Burgeoning Slate Gabriel García Márquez Documentary Coming Soon (Trailer) Gabriel García Márquez Documentary Coming Soon (Trailer) Watch 'SPECTRE' Trailer: James Bond Meets the Author of His Pain Watch 'SPECTRE' Trailer: James Bond Meets the Author of His Pain 'BoJack Horseman,' 'Rick and Morty,' and Our Love/Hate Relationship with TV 'BoJack Horseman,' 'Rick and Morty,' and Our Love/Hate Relationship with TV Why I Can't Wait to See 'Crimson Peak,' Guillermo del Toro's Sumptuous Period Thriller (VIDEO) Why I Can't Wait to See 'Crimson Peak,' Guillermo del Toro's Sumptuous Period Thriller (VIDEO) First Look at Julianne Moore and Ellen Page as a Gay Couple in 'Freeheld' First Look at Julianne Moore and Ellen Page as a Gay Couple in 'Freeheld' Why Kevin Costner Paid for 'Black or White' (New Trailer, Sneak Preview Q & A) Why Kevin Costner Paid for 'Black or White' (New Trailer, Sneak Preview Q & A) Gabriel García Márquez and Akira Kurosawa Talk Film, Writing and 'Rhapsody in August' in 1991 Gabriel García Márquez and Akira Kurosawa Talk Film, Writing and 'Rhapsody in August' in 1991

'Inside Llewyn Davis' Soundtrack Gets September 17 Release, with Performances by Timberlake, Mulligan, Isaac (NEW TRAILER)

Photo of Ryan Lattanzio By Ryan Lattanzio | TOH! July 1, 2013 at 1:42PM

The soundtrack to the Coen Brothers' upcoming and already much buzzed about new film "Inside Llewyn Davis" will be released on September 17 via Nonesuch Records. Produced by T Bone Burnett, the folk-inspired album includes 12 songs performed in the film by cast members Oscar Isaac, Justin Timberlake, Carey Mulligan and more. Full list of tracks, plus the film's new trailer, below.
0
'Inside Llewyn Davis'
'Inside Llewyn Davis'

The soundtrack to the Coen Brothers' upcoming and already much buzzed about new film "Inside Llewyn Davis" will be released on September 17 via Nonesuch Records. Produced by T Bone Burnett, the folk-inspired album includes 12 songs performed in the film by cast members Oscar Isaac, Justin Timberlake, Carey Mulligan and more. 

"Inside Llewyn Davis" marks the Coens' fourth collaboration with T Bone Burnett. His soundtrack to 2000's "O Brother Where Art Thou?" nabbed five Grammy Awards including Album of the Year. "Llewyn Davis," which will be distributed in the US via CBS Films on December 6, premiered at Cannes in May, where it won the Grand Prix. Starring Isaac, Timberlake, Mulligan, and Coen regular John Goodman, it's a portrait of the folk music scene in 1960s Greenwich Village. Watch a trailer, and view the full list of tracks, below. Read our TOH! review from Cannes here.

1. Hang Me, Oh Hang Me
(Traditional; Arranged by Oscar Isaac and T Bone Burnett)
Oscar Isaac

2. Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song)
(Traditional; Arranged by Marcus Mumford, Oscar Isaac, and T Bone Burnett)
Oscar Isaac and Marcus Mumford

3. The Last Thing on My Mind
(Tom Paxton)
Stark Sands with Punch Brothers

4. Five Hundred Miles
(Hedy West)
Justin Timberlake, Carey Mulligan, and Stark Sands

5. Please Mr. Kennedy
(Ed Rush, George Cromarty, T Bone Burnett, Justin Timberlake, Joel Coen, and Ethan Coen)
Justin Timberlake, Oscar Isaac, and Adam Driver

6. Green, Green Rocky Road
(Len Chandler and Robert Kaufman)
Oscar Isaac 

7.  The Death of Queen Jane
(Traditional; Arranged by Oscar Isaac and T Bone Burnett)
Oscar Isaac

8. The Roving Gambler
(Traditional)
John Cohen with The Down Hill Strugglers 

9. The Shoals of Herring
(Ewan MacColl)
Oscar Isaac with Punch Brothers 

10. The Auld Triangle
(Brendan Behan)
Chris Thile, Chris Eldridge, Marcus Mumford, Justin Timberlake, and Gabe Witcher

11. The Storms Are on the Ocean
(A.P. Carter)
Nancy Blake

12. Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song)
(Traditional; Arranged by Oscar Isaac)
Oscar Isaac

13. Farewell (never before released)
(Bob Dylan)
Bob Dylan

14. Green, Green Rocky Road
(Len Chandler & Robert Kaufman)
Dave Van Ronk

This article is related to: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen, Inside Llewyn Davis


E-Mail Updates








Thompson on Hollywood

Born and raised in Manhattan, Anne Thompson grew up going to the Thalia and The New Yorker and wound up at grad Cinema Studies at NYU. She worked at United Artists and Film Comment before heading west as that magazine's west coast editor. She wrote for the LA Weekly, Sight and Sound, Empire, The New York Times and Entertainment Weekly before serving as West Coast Editor of Premiere. She wrote for The Washington Post, The London Observer, Wired, More, and Vanity Fair, and did staff stints at The Hollywood Reporter and Variety. She eventually took her blog Thompson on Hollywood to Indiewire. She taught film criticism at USC Critical Studies, and continues to host the fall semester of “Sneak Previews” for UCLA Extension.