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|Crazy Heart: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack|
| Soundtrack album by |
|Released||January 19, 2010|
|Label||New West Records|
|Producer||T-Bone Burnett, Stephen Bruton, Jeff Bridges (executive)|
Crazy Heart: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is a 2010 film soundtrack album to accompany the film Crazy Heart directed by Scott Cooper starring Jeff Bridges and Maggie Gyllenhaal.
The album was released January 19, 2010 to accompany the film. The 16-track album contains several songs written by T-Bone Burnett, Stephen Bruton, and Ryan Bingham, with some by John Goodwin, Bob Neuwirth, Sam Hopkins, Gary Nicholson, Townes Van Zandt, Sam Phillips, Greg Brown, Billy Joe Shaver, and Eddy Shaver.
The songs are performed by various artists including actors Jeff Bridges, Colin Farrell, and Robert Duvall, as well as singers Ryan Bingham (who also sings the theme song "The Weary Kind"), Buck Owens, The Louvin Brothers, Lightnin' Hopkins, Waylon Jennings, Townes Van Zandt, and Sam Phillips.
On January 17, 2010, the theme song "The Weary Kind", written by Ryan Bingham and T-Bone Burnett, was awarded the Golden Globe for Best Original Song at the 67th Golden Globe Awards. The song also won the Academy Award for Best Original Songat the 82nd Academy Awards and a Grammy for Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media at the 53rd Grammy Awards. The soundtrack also won a Grammy for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media at the same ceremony.
|1.||"Hold On You"||Stephen Bruton, T-Bone Burnett, John Goodwin, Bob Neuwirth||Jeff Bridges||2:53|
|2.||"Hello Trouble"||Orville Couch, Eddie McDuff||Buck Owens||1:52|
|3.||"My Baby's Gone"||Hazel Houser||The Louvin Brothers||2:46|
|4.||"Somebody Else"||Bruton, Burnett||Jeff Bridges||4:38|
|5.||"I Don't Know"||Bruton, Burnett||Ryan Bingham||2:23|
|6.||"Fallin' & Flyin'"||Bruton, Gary Nicholson||Jeff Bridges||3:02|
|7.||"I Don't Know"||Bruton, Burnett||Jeff Bridges||2:15|
|8.||"Once a Gambler"||Sam Hopkins||Lightnin' Hopkins||4:55|
|9.||"Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way"||Waylon Jennings||Waylon Jennings||2:55|
|10.||"Fallin' & Flyin'"||Bruton, Nicholson||Colin Farrell, Jeff Bridges||2:42|
|11.||"Gone, Gone, Gone"||Ryan Bingham, Burnett||Colin Farrell||2:39|
|12.||"If I Needed You"||Townes Van Zandt||Townes Van Zandt||3:26|
|13.||"Reflecting Light"||Sam Phillips||Sam Phillips||3:21|
|14.||"Live Forever"||Billy Joe Shaver, Eddy Shaver||Robert Duvall||0:50|
|15.||"Brand New Angel"||Greg Brown||Jeff Bridges||3:48|
|16.||"The Weary Kind" (Theme from Crazy Heart)||Bingham, Burnett||Ryan Bingham||4:18|
|Australian Top Country Albums||10|
|U.S. Billboard 200||18|
|U.S. Billboard Independent Albums||1|
|U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums||6|
|U.S. Billboard Top Soundtracks||2|
|US Billboard 200||120|
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