Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
 : Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood

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from: Sony

Audience Rating: PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0696998653429
Format: Soundtrack
Item Dimensions: 2550019550
Label: Sony
Languages: EnglishOriginal Language
Manufacturer: Sony
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: May 28, 2002
Publisher: Sony
Release Date: May 28, 2002
Running Time: 116 minutes
Studio: Sony

Disc 1:
  1. Assi Dans La Fenetre De Ma Chambre - Blind Uncle Gaspard
  2. Drug State - Jade Vincent
  3. Found Love - Jimmy Reed
  4. C'est Si Triste - Ann Savoy
  5. Lulu Revenue Dans La Village - Ann Savoy
  6. C'est Un Peche De Dire - Ann Savoy
  7. My Mother's Son-In-Law - Macy Gray
  8. Keeping Out Of Mischief Now - Taj Mahal
  9. Little Rain - Jimmy Reed
  10. Ain't That Lovin' You Baby? - Jimmy Reed
  11. Dimming Of The Day - Richard & Linda Thompson
  12. Selah - Lauryn Hill
  13. Got Love If You Want It - Slim Harpo
  14. Lonely Avenue - Ray Charles
  15. Sitting At The Window Of My Room - Alison Krauss
  16. Walk In Jerusalem - Mahalia Jackson
  17. If Yesterday Could Only Be Tomorrow - Tony Bennett
  18. Waiting For You - Bob Dylan
  19. The World Exploded Into Love - Bob Schneider
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Editorial Review:
With the soundtrack to Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, O Brother, Where Art Thou? producer T Bone Burnett has compiled another gently nostalgic gem. Filled with covers of jazz standards, sparse blues picking, and traditional Cajun pieces, Sisterhood matches Brother in ambiance and impeccable musicianship. The highlights are numerous: Bob Dylan's lively song waltzes with a raspy narrative, Lauryn Hill uses acoustic plucking to complement her soulful croon, and Bob Schneider contributes an understated love-ballad rumbling with piano. Even the cover songs are first-rate; Macy Gray jive-jumps through a faithful Billie Holiday cover, and Tony Bennett slows things down with a dapper and distinguished Nat "King" Cole homage. Despite the diffuse genres covered, the superior quality of Sisterhood's songs renders these differences negligible, and the album's pacing ensures a pleasing alternation of styles that never lags. In fact, there's nary a bad song on the entire album. The divine secret's out--Sisterhood is an essential listen. --Annie Zaleski

Average Rating: none

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