Music from The American Epic Sessions (Deluxe) The American Epic Sessions

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Label: Lo-Max/Columbia

Genre: Soundtracks

Subgenre: Film

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  • 1Killer Diller Blues (Music from The American Epic Sessions)02:09
  • 2On the Road Again (Music from The American Epic Sessions)01:59
  • 3Candy Man02:52
  • 42 Fingers of Whiskey (Music from The American Epic Sessions)02:52
  • 5The Coo Coo Bird03:19
  • 6Like a Rose03:05
  • 7The Only Man Wilder than Me (Music from The American Epic Sessions)02:01
  • 8Matrimonial Intentions03:08
  • 9One Hour Mama03:05
  • 10Mal Hombre03:35
  • 11El Cascabel02:23
  • 12Closer Walk with Thee03:25
  • 13Fourteen Rivers, Fourteen Floods (Music from The American Epic Sessions)02:41
  • 14Nobody's Dirty Business02:13
  • 15St. Louis Blues03:29
  • 16High Water Everywhere, Part 203:11
  • 17One Mic03:15
  • 18Pretty Saro02:40
  • 19Jubilee02:40
  • 20Tous les Matins02:44
  • 21When I Woke Up this Morning02:27
  • 22If the River was Whiskey02:03
  • 23Stealin' Stealin'02:38
  • 24Jordan am a Hard Road to Travel02:46
  • 25Sail Away Ladies02:03
  • 26Tomi Tomi02:28
  • 27Last Kind Words02:48
  • 28Come On In My Kitchen02:18
  • 29Mama's Angel Child03:01
  • 30Josephine03:12
  • 31Hilo Hanakahi03:42
  • 32Old Fashioned Love02:41
  • Total Runtime01:28:53

Info for Music from The American Epic Sessions (Deluxe)

Airing June 6, 2017 on PBS in the United States, "The American Epic Sessions" directed by Bernard MacMahon, is a feature-length film showcasing an all-star roster of contemporary artists, led by Jack White and T Bone Burnett, replicating a 1920s recording session and paying tribute to the great artists of the past.

For the film, the American Epic team has reassembled the very first electrical sound recording system from the 1920s, and invited Jack White and T Bone Burnett to produce an album of recordings by twenty of today's greatest artists. In this beautifully filmed musical feature, these artists are given the chance to pass through the portal that brought the world into the modern era.

Engineer Nicholas Bergh has reassembled this recording system from original parts and it is now the only one left in the world. The system consists of a single microphone, a towering six-foot amplifier rack, and a live record-cutting lathe, powered by a weight-driven pulley system of clockwork gears. The musicians have roughly three minutes to record their song direct to disc before the weight hits the floor. In the 1920s, they called this "catching lightning in a bottle." All the musical performances in this film are live. The audio you hear on this soundtrack is taken directly from the discs they were recorded to, with no editing or enhancements.

The soundtrack features many additional performances not seen in the film. Featuring: Alabama Shakes, The Americans, Ana Gabriel, Ashley Monroe, The Avett Brothers, Beck, Bettye LaVette, Bobby Ingano, Elton John, Frank Fairfield, Jerron "Blind Boy" Paxton, Los Lobos, Stephen Stills, Lost Bayou Ramblers, Nas, Pokey LaFarge, Christine Pizzuti, Raphael Saadiq, Rhiannon Giddens, Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, Taj Mahal, Jack White, and Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard.

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