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Much like Reese Witherspoon's transplanted Southern belle character, the songs on Sweet Home Alabama have their hearts and affections rooted deep in the heart of Dixie. Sheryl Crow is almost unrecognizable yodeling and twanging on her version of Hank Williams's country-porch picker, and Shannon McNally adds grace to a smoky, strings-and-blues guitar-strewn number. Uncle Kracker's acoustic-based cut lopes like a cowpoke and Dolly Parton contributes a vintage square-dance stomper, while newcomer Jason Chain's "You Got Me," a standout, is halfway between roots rock and R.E.M.-ish jangle. Surprisingly, noted alt-country leaner Ryan Adams channels the churning, belching riffs and mannerisms of Led Zeppelin, and Jewel chooses to rock out on Lynyrd Skynyrd's classic with distortion and sultry, weathered vocals. Other deviations from country style don't fare as well--Avril Lavigne's "Falling Down" is generic alt-rock lite, the Freestylers' raucous jazz-funk scatting is misplaced, and the Calling's faithful take on "Keep Your Hands to Yourself" is strained rather than lighthearted. In the end, roughly half of Alabama's tracks qualify as true gems in the rough, although wading through the filler to find them might cause some old-fashioned country-style heartbreak of your own. --Annie Zaleski
Damn awesome soundtrack.....I drive down the road, with "Falling Down" blasting and singing it...lol. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Not Dead Diane...yet!
We like this movie and we like the songs in it. However, to sell this soundtrack for $30.00 and not include at least 4 of the songs contained in the movie is a ripoff. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Vern Blythe
just what I needed for long trips to see folks down on the farm, this is a great compilation of songs, I especially like Jewel's rendition of a classic Lynard Skynard tunePublished 22 months ago by hoseverdie
My wife and I have watched this movie so ma y times that we have lost count!
Every time we watch it, we see something new.
A classic romantic comedy!
Jewel's cover of Sweet Home Alabama is worth it by itself, but other tunes and covers are good too. I wouldn't buy it new at full price, but it is a good buy when bought used or... Read morePublished on March 9, 2013 by Mid-fi guy