Music

Katharyn Grant as Gloria BethuneEnhancing the film’s 1970’s flavor is its extensive roots-inspired Country soundtrack, which features music by the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Phil Lee (“The Mighty King of Love”).  Lee also performs onscreen in the role of Jimmy Earl, a down-on-his luck one-hit wonder (look for the clip below).

The movie includes a new recording of Lee’s “I’m The Why She’s Gone” by hard-core country maverick and Austin Music Hall of Famer Dale Watson, as well as scorching performances by country Academy of Country Music Awards nominees Jann Browne (“Ain’t No Train”) and Joy Lynn White (“One More Time”).

Below are samples and scenes with five songs from the movie’s 23 song soundtrack.

Dale Watson came up from Austin to work with Phil Lee to make a new old-school style recording of “I’m The Why She’s Gone” for the movie soundtrack. Here’s a sample of the result:

Phil Lee and Dale Watson in the recording studio after recording "I'm The Why She's Gone" for "The One Who Loves You" motion picture soundtrack

Phil Lee and Dale Watson in the recording studio (August 21, 2012)

“I’m The Why She’s Gone” Sample (:58)

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Words and Music: Phil Lee
Vocals: Dale Watson
Background vocals: Peter Cooper
George Bradfute: Guitar, Bass
Dave Roe: Bass
Jim Hokepiano: Pedal Steel, Harmonica
Jan King: Guitar
Phil Lee: Acoustic Guitar, Drums
by arrangement with Yellow Dog/Sony ATV

Katharyn in the studio with  engineer extraordinaire, Michael Fleming. August 27th, 2012

Katharyn in the studio with engineer extraordinaire, Michael Fleming. August 27th, 2012

“So Full of Love” Sample (1:00)

Director/Actor Katharyn Grant went to Nashville to work with Phil Lee to record Joy Lynn White’s “So Full of Love” using the original studio tracks. Here’s a sample of the result:

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Written by Gwil Owen and Joy Lynn White
Vocals: Katharyn Grant
Background Vocals: Taryn Engle
Katharyn Grant’s Vocal Coach: Jaime Babbitt
By arrangement with Pen Music Group

“I Hope That Love Always Knows Your Name” Scene   (2:50)

Here’s Phil Lee performing “I Hope That Love Always Knows Your Name” in the movie. Phil was filmed live in room 106 of the Homestead Motel, on Colfax Avenue in Denver.

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“I Hope That Love Always Knows Your Name”
Written by John Sieger and Phil Lee
Performed by Phil Lee
by arrangement with Grim Reminder Music and Strum & Drang

“The Next Big Thing” Scene Snippet (1:00)


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“The Next Big Thing”
Words and Music Pat Gallagher and Jann Browne
Performed by Pat Gallagher
Courtesy of Sleazy Weasel Records
by arrangement with Pat Gallagher Music (BMI) and Song Tree Publishing (BMI)

“One More Time” Sample (1:00)

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Written by Joy Lynn White and Amy Rigby
Performed by Joy Lynn White
Courtesy of Kyle Lehning
by arrangement with Welk Music Group