I’ve been counting down to November 11th to buy the excellent soundtrack for Inside Llewyn Davis. As I said in my review, music hasn’t been this important in a Coen Brothers‘ movie since O Brother, Where Art Thou?, and once again, music producer T-Bone Burnett has put together another amazing collection of songs. This time around, it’s folk music, and I love every song on this album. The entire soundtrack is now available to stream on NPR, but fair warning: you should probably skip the track “Please Mr. Kennedy”. It’s a funny song, but it will work better if you see Oscar Isaac, Justin Timberlake, and Adam Driver perform it in the movie first.
Click here to listen to the soundtrack, and click here to pre-order it. The film also stars Carey Mulligan, Garrett Hedlund, Stark Sands, and John Goodman. Inside Llewyn Davis opens December 6th.
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