NaNo Novel Soundtrack

To celebrate reaching 15,000 words, I decided to list a sampling of my NaNo playlist for you all.  My full playlist actually includes a lot more Nine Inch Nails, Over the Rhine, and Emilie Autumn, but this is a good overview.  Karin Bergquist of Over the Rhine is a good example of Sal Porter’s voice.  Martyn Joseph and the Waterboys are a good example of Gideon Verity’s music.  Trouble With Monday is the band of a friend of mine, Lee Anna Atwell, and she wrote and performed the song “Fiction”.  “Edmund Fitzgerald ’97” is, of course, a remake of Gordon Lightfoot’s classic ballad “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald”.

Truthseekers, Inc. Soundtrack

  1. Latter Days – Over The Rhine
    What a beautiful piece of heartache this has all turned out to be

  2. She Talks to Angels – The Black Crowes
    She talks to angels, says they call her out by her name

  3. All My Tears (Be Washed Away) – Julie Miller & Emmylou Harris
    When I go don’t cry for me, in my Father’s arms I’ll be

  4. Ode to Billy Joe – Ashley Gearing
    And now Billy Joe McCallister’s jumped off the Tallahatchie Bridge

  5. Edmund Fitzgerald ’97 – Simon Barr Sinister
    The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down

  6. What I’ll Remember Most – Over The Rhine
    Whoever it was that brought me here is gonna have to take me home

  7. Jesus In New Orleans – Over the Rhine
    I said the road’s been my redeemer, I never know just what on Earth I’ll find

  8. Black Velvet – Alannah Myles
    Black velvet in that little boy’s smile

  9. Second Hand Faith – Emilie Autumn
    ‘Cause I need to believe in a hierarchic grace

  10. She – Over The Rhine
    What she oughta do is put a gun to your head

  11. Fiction – Trouble With Monday
    My life is fiction

  12. Only – Nine Inch Nails
    I just made you up to hurt myself and it worked

  13. Policy of Truth – Depeche Mode
    Never again is what you swore the time before

  14. Whoever It Was That Brought Me Here Will Have to Take Me Home – Martyn Joseph
    I asked for a sign but the prophets are drunk

  15. The Stolen Child – The Waterboys
    Come away O human child to the water and the wild

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