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T Bone Burnett
T BONE BURNETT appearing in 7 shows and/or playlists

T BONE BURNETT

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH T BONE BURNETT

FROM THE SHOW: AMERICAN ROUTES GOES TO THE MOVIES

Texas-born musician T-Bone Burnett has played with Bob Dylan and served as a producer with Roy Orbison, Elvis Costello, and Gillian Welch. Burnett discusses here his work with the Coen Brothers on the soundtrack for the movie O Brother Where Art Thou. With historic material given new treatments by Ralph Stanley, Emmy Lou Harris, Gillian Welch, Chris Thomas King, and actor Tim Nelson, O Brother gives music the royal treatment in a way rare to Hollywood.

AMERICAN ROUTES GOES TO THE MOVIES

Get your popcorn and tell the guy next to you to pipe down, as American Routes features soundtracks and songs from great films. Cine noir to spaghetti western, King Creole to Pulp Fiction, music makes the movie. Nick will talk with director Jim Jarmusch about the soundtracks to Mystery Train, Down By Law and Ghost Dog. And producer T Bone Burnett lets us behind the scenes of O Brother, Where Art Thou. Shhh... down in front please!

AMERICAN ROUTES GOES TO THE MOVIES

Get your popcorn and tell the guy next to you to pipe down, as we feature soundtracks and songs from great films. Cine noir to spaghetti western, King Creole to Pulp Fiction - music makes the movie. We'll talk with director Jim Jarmusch about the soundtracks to Mystery Train, Down By Law and Ghost Dog - and producer T Bone Burnette lets us behind the scenes of O Brother, Where Art Thou. Shhh... down in front please!

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on November 11th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on September 5th, 2001

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on July 24th, 2002

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on February 4th, 2004

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