Nashville coming yet again
Friday, October 30, 2015
– A new installment of "Nashville" will be out - as a CD.
The small screen and the studio merge once again as "The Music of Nashville: Original Soundtrack Season 4, Volume 1" drops Dec. on Big Machine Records, the eighth release from the series.
With 17 tracks, the album exhibits storylines, themes and emotions felt throughout the current fourth season of the ABC series. Connie Britton, Hayden Panettiere and Charles Esten lend their voices to each song, produced by Buddy Miller. Steven Tyler sings "Crazy" as one of the songs on the set.
1. "Like New"
Charles Esten | Written by: Sarah Zimmerman, Justin Davis, Jonathan Singleton
2. "Beyond The Sun"
Lennon Stella | Written by: Claire Guerreso, Aaron Espe
3. "Holding On To What I Can't Hold"
Mark Collie | Written by: Steve Paul Robson, Travis Meadows
4. "Too Far From You"
Aubrey Peeples | Written by: Sarah Siskind
5. "Far To Fall"
Clare Bowen, Sam Palladio | Written by: Garrison Starr, Alex Dezan, Sandy Chila
Steven Tyler, Hayden Panettiere | Written by: Willie Nelson
7. "Spinning Revolver"
Will Chase | Written by: Sean McConnell, Ashley Ray
8. "Sleep Tonight (A Lullaby)"
Chris Carmack, Jonathan Jackson | Written by: Lucy Schwartz, John Hanson, Steve Pasch
9. "In The Name Of Your Love"
Riley Smith | Written by: Sean McConnell
10. "Run With Me"
Chris Carmack | Written by: Al Anderson, Adam Sanders
11. "Speak To Me"
Clare Bowen | Written by: Sarah Siskind, Tofer Brown, Lucy Schwartz
12. "I Want To (Do Everything For You)"
Connie Britton, Riley Smith | Written by: Joe Tex
13. "History Of My Heart"
Jonathan Jackson | Written by: Chris Gelbuda, Kylie Sackley
14. "What If It's You"
Hayden Panettiere | Written by: Audra Mae, Scott Effman, Lily Elise
15. "Count On Me"
Sam Palladio | Written by: Claire Guerreso, Viktor Krauss
16. "Rockin' & Rollin'"
Lennon & Maisy Stella | Written by: Sean McConnell, Levi Hummon
17. "Take My Hand Precious Lord"
Chaley Rose | Written by: Thomas Dorsey
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