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Songs of Anarchy: Music from Sons of Anarchy Seasons 1-4


Download links and information about Songs of Anarchy: Music from Sons of Anarchy Seasons 1-4. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:05:33 minutes.

Release date: 2011
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:05:33
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No. Title Length
1. This Life (Curtis Stigers, The Forest Rangers) 2:20
2. Son of a Preacher Man (The Forest Rangers, Katey Sagal) 3:12
3. Forever Young (Audra Mae, The Forest Rangers) 3:12
4. John the Revelator (Curtis Stigers, The Forest Rangers) 5:35
5. Fortunate Son (Lyle Workman, Bob Thiele Jr.) 3:29
6. Slip Kid (feat. Franky Perez) (Anvil) 3:50
7. Girl from the North Country (The Lions) 4:11
8. Someday Never Comes (The Forest Rangers, Billy Valentine) 4:04
9. Gimme Shelter (Paul Brady, The Forest Rangers) 4:52
10. Bird On a Wire (The Forest Rangers, Katey Sagal) 5:02
11. Hey Hey, My My (Battleme) 2:49
12. What a Wonderful World (Alison Mosshart, The Forest Rangers) 2:31
13. Los Tiempos Van Cambiando (The Times They Are a-Changin') (Franky Perez) 4:58
14. Strange Fruit (feat. Blake Mills) (The Forest Rangers, Katey Sagal) 4:04
15. House of the Rising Sun (The Forest Rangers, Battleme) 6:03
16. House of the Rising Sun (with the Forest Rangers) [Season 4 Finale Version] (The White Buffalo) 5:21



The Sons of Anarchy soundtrack is often wrought with performances as gripping and tense as the show’s plot lines. Most of this comes courtesy of the show's house band, The Forest Rangers—a group of Hollywood A-list session musicians who feature a different guest singer for nearly every song here. Curtis Stigers croons the show’s twang-rock theme song with the opening “This Life” before actress Katey Sagal coos a cover of Dusty Springfield’s “Son of a Preacher Man” like she’s been singing it every day in the shower for most of her life. When backing Audra Mae on a down-home version of Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young,” The Forest Rangers unplug and simmer down to cook up a beautifully spare country-porch accompaniment. Another standout with a similarly sleepy vibe is the country-folk instrumental rendition of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Fortunate Son,” performed by Lyle Workman & Bob Thiele. The Lions' contemporary rendition of Dylan’s “Girl from the North Country” plays like early-'90s Jane’s Addiction. The White Buffalo closes with a somber take on “House of the Rising Sun.”