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A Place at the Table (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

by The Civil Wars

A Place at the Table (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by The Civil Wars

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A Place at the Table (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

by The Civil Wars

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Label: sensibility music LLC
In a last hurrah before throwing in the towel, The Civil Wars teamed up with producer T-Bone Burnett for this soundtrack to A Place at the Table. The collection is filled with rich, sepia-toned songs that are both timely and timeless. "Uptown Brown's" is an instrumental that gives off an intoxicating, eerie glow, and just when you think things couldn't possibly get any creepier, the ghostly strains of "Focus (Rosie's Theme)" fill the air. It's a powerful one-two punch. "Long Time Gone," one of the few songs with vocals, imparts a wistful feel that fits nicely with the instrumentals.

About This Album

In a last hurrah before throwing in the towel, The Civil Wars teamed up with producer T-Bone Burnett for this soundtrack to A Place at the Table. The collection is filled with rich, sepia-toned songs that are both timely and timeless. "Uptown Brown's" is an instrumental that gives off an intoxicating, eerie glow, and just when you think things couldn't possibly get any creepier, the ghostly strains of "Focus (Rosie's Theme)" fill the air. It's a powerful one-two punch. "Long Time Gone," one of the few songs with vocals, imparts a wistful feel that fits nicely with the instrumentals.

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About This Album

In a last hurrah before throwing in the towel, The Civil Wars teamed up with producer T-Bone Burnett for this soundtrack to A Place at the Table. The collection is filled with rich, sepia-toned songs that are both timely and timeless. "Uptown Brown's" is an instrumental that gives off an intoxicating, eerie glow, and just when you think things couldn't possibly get any creepier, the ghostly strains of "Focus (Rosie's Theme)" fill the air. It's a powerful one-two punch. "Long Time Gone," one of the few songs with vocals, imparts a wistful feel that fits nicely with the instrumentals.