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O Brother, Where Art Thou?

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Released: December 22, 2000

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Song Credits

"Po Lazarus"
Arranged by Alan Lomax
Performed by James Carter & The Prisoners
Recorded by Alan Lomax
Courtesy of Rounder Records
by Arrangement with Ocean Park Music Group


"Big Rock Candy Mountain"
Written by Harry McClintock
Performed by Harry McClintock
Courtesy of the RCA Records Label of BMG Entertainment


"You Are My Sunshine"
Written by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell
Performed by Alan O'Bryant


"Down To the River To Pray"
Traditional
Performed by Alison Krauss


"I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow"
Traditional
Arranged by Carter Stanley
Performed by Dan Tyminski
Solo Fiddle Version
Arranged by Ed Haley
Performed by John Hartford
Solo Guitar Version
Performed by Norman Blake


"Hard Time Killing Floor Blues"
Written by Skip James
Performed by Chris Thomas King
Instrumental Version
Performed by Colin Linden


"I'll Fly Away"
Written by Albert E. Brumley
Performed by The Kossoy Sisters with ERik Darling
Courtesy of Tradition, A Rykodisc Label


"Keep On The Sunny Side"
Written by A.P. Carter
Performed by The Whites
End Title Version
Performed by The Cox Family


"Admiration"
Written by William Tylers
Performed by Pat Rebillo


"Didn't Leave Nobody But The Baby"
Arranged by Alan Lomax, Mrs. Sidney Carter, Gillian Welch and T Bone Burnett
Additional Lyrics by Gillian Welch and T Bone Burnett
Performed by Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss and Gillian Welch


"Tom Devil"
Arranged by Alan Lomax
Performed by Ed Lewis & The Prisoners
Recorded by Alan Lomax
Courtesy of Rounder Records
by Arrangement with Ocean Park Music Group


"In The Highways"
Written by Maybelle Carter
Performed by Sarah, Hannah and Leah Peasall


"O Death"
Traditional
Performed by Ralph Stanley


"What Is Sweeter"
Written by M.K. Jerome


"In The Jailhouse Now"
Written by Jimmie Rodgers
Performed by Tim Blake Nelson and Pat Enright


"I Am Weary (Let Me Rest)"
Written by Pete Roberts
Performed by The Cox Family


"Angel Band"
Arranged by Ralph Stanley
Performed by Sarah, Hannah and Leah Peasall, and Robert Hamlett
End Title Version
Performed by The Stanley Brothers
Courtesy of Mercury Nashville Records
Under License from Universal Music Enterprises


"Indian War Whoop"
Written by Hoyt Ming
Performed by John Hartford


"Lonesome Valley"
Traditional
Performed by Fairfield Four



Trailer Music

The trailers for O Brother, Where Art Thou? featured music by Gillian Welch & Alison Krauss, The Cox Family, and The Soggy Bottom Boys featuring Dan Tyminski.

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