The full track list has been confirmed for the soundtrack to “Elizabethtown,” Cameron Crowe’s highly anticipated new film. Due Sept. 13 via RCA, the project features exclusive tracks from Tom Petty, Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, and, as previously reported, My Morning Jacket.
Previously released cuts are turned in by Wheat, Ryan Adams, Elton John (“My Father’s Gun,” which is also used in an extended trailer on the Elizabethtown Web site) and the Hollies, among others.
Another track, “Same in Any Language,” was written for the film by Crowe and his wife, Nancy Wilson, who also supplied original music. It is performed here by Atlanta band I Nine, which recently signed to J Records.
Among the artists who have music featured in the film, but not the soundtrack, are Petty, Pinback, Kathleen Edwards and Washington Phillips. A new song by Adams, “Words,” was also recorded for the movie.
Members of My Morning Jacket appear in “Elizabethtown” as the band Ruckus, which performs the Lynyrd Syknyrd favorite “Freebird” with disastrous results during one scene.
“Elizabethtown” stars Orlando Bloom as a down-on-his-luck shoe designer who turns over a new page when he returns to his Kentucky hometown for his father’s funeral. It will open Oct. 14 in U.S. theaters.
Here is the “Elizabethtown” track list:
“60B (etown theme),” Nancy Wilson
“It’ll All Work Out,” Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
“My Father’s Gun,” Elton John
“io (This Time Around),” Helen Stellar
“Come Pick Me Up,” Ryan Adams
“Where To Begin,” My Morning Jacket
“Long Ride Home,” Patty Griffin
“Sugar Blue,” Jeff Finlin
“Don’t I Hold You,” Wheat
“Shut Us Down,” Lindsey Buckingham
“Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out),” the Hombres
“Hard Times,” eastmountainsouth
“Jesus Was a Crossmaker,” the Hollies
“Square One,” Tom Petty
“Same in Any Language,” I Nine