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Fargo (Original Television Soundtrack) Season 2

Fargo (Original Television Soundtrack) Season 2
  • wykonawca: Various
  • tytuł: Fargo (Original Television Soundtrack) Season 2
  • premiera: 01-04-2016
  • nośnik nr kat: 88985306072 ( CD )

Głównym bohaterem “Fargo 2″ jest weteran wojny w Wietnamie, młody detektyw Lou Solverson (Patrick Wilson). To ojciec znanej z pierwszego sezonu dzielnej policjantki Molly Solverson. Pewnego dnia Solverson zostaje wezwany na miejsce zbrodni. Doszło do niej w przydrożnym barze. Ofiarami strzelaniny padły tam trzy osoby. Wiele wskazuje na to, że za morderstwem stoją… mieszkańcy miasteczka. Ale nie tylko…

1. “Oh Well (Live Version) by Fleetwood Mac
2. “Children Of The Sun” by Billy Thorpe
3. “Kansas City” by Fats Domino
4. ”Didn’t Leave Nobody But The Baby” by Noah Hawley & Jeff Russo (original recording by Noah Hawley w Jeff Russo, in reference to the Emmylou Harris, Gillian Welch, and T-Bone Burnett version from O Brother Where Art Thou)
5. “Reunion” by Bobbie Gentry
6. “One Hour Ahead of the Posse” by Burl Ives
7. “Yama Yama” by Yamasuki
8. ”Down in the Willow Garden” by The Chieftains Feat. Bon Iver (in reference to Holly Hunter’s character singing this song in Raising Arizona)
9. “Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get” by The Dramatics
10. “Let’s Find Each Other Tonight” by Tweedy (original recording, in reference to Jose Feliciano’s original in Fargo)
11. “Man of Constant Sorrow” by Blitzen Trapper (original recording, in reference to The Soggy Bottom Boys & Dan Tyminski in O Brother Where Art Thou)
12. ”Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)” by White Denim (original recording, in reference to Kenny Rogers in The Big Lebowski)
13. ”Danny Boy” by Lisa Hannigan (original recording, in reference to Glen Miller’ s in Miller’ s Crossing)
14. ”O Death” by Shakey Graves (original recording, in reference to Allison Krauss’s in O Brother Where Art Thou)
15. ”Sylvia’ s Mother” by Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show
16. ”Run Through The Jungle” by Britt Daniel (original recording, in reference to Credence Clearwater Revival’ s in The Big Lebowski)
17. “California Dreamin’” by Bobby Womack