The Song was actually vocalized by Emmy Lou Harris, Allison Krauss, & Gillian Welch
“Welch was an associate producer and performed on two songs of the soundtrack of the Coen brothers 2000 film O Brother, Where Art Thou?, a platinum album that won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 2002.
She also appeared in the film attempting to buy a Soggy Bottom Boys record. Welch, while not one of the principal actors, did sing and provide additional lyrics to the Sirens song “Didn’t Leave Nobody but the Baby.”
In 2018 she and Rawlings wrote the song “When a Cowboy Trades His Spurs for Wings” for the Coens’ The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, for which they received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Original Song.
Welch has collaborated and recorded with Alison Krauss, Ryan Adams, Jay Farrar, Emmylou Harris, the Decemberists, Sam Phillips, Conor Oberst, Ani DiFranco, and Robyn Hitchcock.”
Way Above: One of the best scenes from this magnificent movie.
(Which I am re-watching for the umpteenth time.)
Guess this to be my “Siren Song.”
Before I embrace death.
But what a way to Go!
Trapped/Bound by the Arms of a Beautiful Siren!
Kailee Morgue, world-renowned Siren:
Artist: Kailee Morgue
Cred for Vid: ‘Lyrics video‘
Cred for Vid: ‘Sarah Mc.‘
Not Really a ‘Siren Song,’ but Sade is one of my Sirens and this is MY Post.
I have Complete Editorial Control!
“And it hurts like brand new shoes”
To be found
Yes! I have a Sense of Humor!
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