作曲 Nancy Wilson
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  1. 60B (Etown Theme) - Nancy Wilson
  2. It'll All Work Out - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
  3. My Father's Gun - Elton John
  4. io (This Time Around) - Helen Stellar
  5. Come Pick Me Up - Ryan Adams
  6. Where to Begin - My Morning Jacket
  7. Long Ride Home - Patty Griffin
  8. Sugar Blue - Jeff Finlin
  9. Don't I Hold You - Wheat
  10. Shut Us Down - Lindsey Buckingham
  11. Let It Out (Let it All Hang Out) - The Hombres
  12. Hard Times - eastmountainsouth
  13. Jesus Was a Crossmaker - The Hollies
  14. Square One - Tom Petty
  15. Same in Any Language - I Nine
Director Cameron Crowe is known for paying very close attention to the soundtracks to his movies. For Elizabethtown, in which he revisits his Kentucky roots, Crowe has put together a low-key album full of gently moaning pedal-steel guitars, fretful mandolins, and men in full sensitive-balladeer mode. Whereas Almost Famous reached for the hedonistic 1970s, Elizabethtown tries to evoke a timelessly rootsy vibe through artists new (Ryan Adams, Wheat) and classic (Tom Petty, Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham) alike. Petty, Buckingham, and Kentucky natives My Morning Jacket all contribute new tracks, while Crowe and film scorer Nancy Wilson wrote the theme song, "Same in Any Language," for I Nine to perform. But once again, it's Elton John who pulls the chestnuts from the fire. Just as his "Tiny Dancer" was the clear highlight of the Almost Famous soundtrack, an old Elton epic overshadows the rest of the Elizabethtown lineup. Culled from Sir Elton's 1971 album Tumbleweed Connection, "My Father's Gun" is the kind of superb fake-roots song that paradoxically makes the others contributors sound arch. Go figure. --Elisabeth Vincentelli

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