Lisbeth Scott & Nathan Barr | Take Me Home

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Take Me Home

by Lisbeth Scott & Nathan Barr

From the HBO series True Blood, this song is a gorgeous contemporary folk tune, which features haunting vocals and rich cello and guitar work.If you liked the music to \"O Brother where Art Thou?\", you\'ll love this.
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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Lisbeth Scott and Nathan Barr
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Lisbeth Scott is the renowned vocalist/songwriter for countless films (Narnia, Passion, Munich) and a solo artist in her own right.Her critically acclaimed work has topped the charts and wowed audiences here and abroad. Nathan Barr is an acclaimed film composer, multi instrumentalist and producer.
He is currently composing the score for the Alan Ball HBO series True Blood. The song Take Me Home was written by Scott and Barr for the show, one in a long line of successful collaborations between the two artists.Check out Scott\'s acapella remix of this tune online at KosmicMusic.


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take me home
it was great


Haunting, beautiful, takes you on a journey. What an amazing piece of music


Take Me Home
Breathtakingingly calming!

Jennifer H.

So Moving!
I heard this song, of course, first on True Blood, and I cried my eyes out as Sookie was eating that pecan pie... because this darn song is so poignant and moving. I absolutely will be buying your CDs. This is amazing music!