15 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Elliott Smith's lovingly crafted pop ran away with this soundtrack, transforming him from a cult hero into an Oscar®-nominated star, courtesy of "Miss Misery." But Smith was just one of the artists who brought an air of sensitivity to the mix: Jeb Loy Nichols served up some twangy Americana, and The Waterboys contributed a rousing Celtic sing-along, "Fisherman's Blues." There are even two ’70s flashbacks in Al Green's soulful rendering of a Bee Gees tearjerker and Gerry Rafferty's soft-rock classic, "Baker Street," with that indelible sax riff.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Elliott Smith's lovingly crafted pop ran away with this soundtrack, transforming him from a cult hero into an Oscar®-nominated star, courtesy of "Miss Misery." But Smith was just one of the artists who brought an air of sensitivity to the mix: Jeb Loy Nichols served up some twangy Americana, and The Waterboys contributed a rousing Celtic sing-along, "Fisherman's Blues." There are even two ’70s flashbacks in Al Green's soulful rendering of a Bee Gees tearjerker and Gerry Rafferty's soft-rock classic, "Baker Street," with that indelible sax riff.

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