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Old 04-08-2011, 10:46 AM
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Everwood Music (soundtrack and other music) Thread #2

Everwood Music (soundtrack and other music) Thread


Here's the list of original music, as per Matt (thanks!), taken from the Everwood Music website's music guide.


The Official Soundtrack


1. Lonely People - Jars of Clay (popularized by America)
2. Trouble - Kristin Hersh (popularized by Cat Stevens)
3. These Days - Griffin House (popularized by Jackson Browne)
4. Only Living Boy in New York - David Mead (popularized by Simon & Garfunkel)
5. Summer Breeze - Jason Mraz (popularized by Seals & Crofts) 6. Father and Son - Leigh Nash (popularized by Cat Stevens)
7. The Harder They Come - Guster (popularized by Jimmy Cliff)
8. Don't Be Shy - Travis (popularized by Cat Stevens)
9. Operator (That's Not The Way It Feels) - Toby Lightman (popularized by Jim Croce)
10. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Stereophonics (popularized by Roberta Flack)
11. Jump Little Children - Cathedrals
12. Main Title Theme for Everwood - Blake Neely
13. Love Song - Treat Williams (Bonus Track)



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After some hard word by NicoAngel....some of Everwood's replacement songs have been located!


In red, the songs that have been replaced on dvd and streaming.
In blue, the ones that were left intact.
In black: unknown (feel free to let me know and I'll update the list)

#201 - Robbie Williams - "One Fine Day" - Escapology(not on DVD)
#201 - 10cc - "Things We Do For Love" - Things We Do For Love(not on DVD)
#201 - The Beach Boys - "California Girls" - Sounds of Summer(not on DVD)

#201 - Guster - "Come Downstairs And Say Hello" - Keep It Together
#201 - The Chi-Lites - "Oh Girl" - Greatest Hits(not on DVD)
#201 - Randy Newman - "I Love L.A." - The Best of Randy Newman(not on DVD)


#203 - The Youngbloods - "Get Together" - Get Together: The Essential Youngbloods(not on DVD)
#203 - Lizzie West - "Doctor" - Holy Road: Freedom Songs(not on DVD)


#204 - Dashboard Confessional - "Bend and Not Break" - A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar(not on DVD) new song: "Home" by McClain (2008)
204 - Matt Nathanson - "Lucky Boy" - Beneath These Fireworks
#204 - Michelle Branch - "Are You Happy Now?" - Hotel Paper(not on DVD)

#205 - Joseph Arthur - "You've Been Loved" - Redemption's Son(not on DVD)
#205 - Matthew Fisher - "Let Me In"
#205 - Johnny Heartsman - "Butler Did It" - The Touch

#206 - Jet - "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" - Get Born
#206 - Fountains Of Wayne - "All Kinds Of Time" - Welcome Interstate Managers
#206 - Steve Ward - "The River Leads Me Home" - See and Be Seen
#206 - Earth Wind and Fire - "September" - Greatest Hits(not on DVD)
#206 - Etta James - "At Last" - At Last!(not on DVD)
new song: homer greencastle - finally love (2008)

#207 - Art Tatum - "Begin the Beguine" - 20th Century Piano Genius
#207 - Art Tatum - "In a Sentimental Mood" - 20th Century Piano Genius
#207 - Art Tatum - "What Is This Thing Called Love" - Piano Grand Master
#207 - Neil Halstead - "Seasons" - Sleeping on Roads (not on DVD) new song: Tom Erba – Easy on Yourself (~ 2008)

#208 - Sugar Ray - "Is She Really Going Out With Him?" - In The Pursuit Of Leisure(not on DVD)
#208 - Beth Orton - "Ooh Child" - War Child: Hope

#209 - Rooney - "I'm Shakin'" - Rooney
#209 - Liz Phair - "Why Can't I?" - Liz Phair(not on DVD)
#209 - Mojave 3 - "Bluebird of Happiness" - Spoon & Rafter(not on DVD)
new song: "Nobody Town" by McClain (2008)

#210 - Kool & The Gang - "Celebration" - The Very Best of Kool & The Gang(instrumental version)
#210 - Fenton Robinson - "Somebody Loan Me a Dime" - Somebody Loan Me a Dime (not on DVD)

#211 - Jonny Lang - "Red Light" - Long Time Coming(not on DVD)
#211 - Course of Nature - "Caught in the Sun" - Superkala(not on DVD)

#212 - Spoon - "The Way We Get By" - Kill the Moonlight (not on dvd)

#213 - Michael Bublé - "That's All" - Michael Bublé (not on dvd)

#214 - Sheryl Crow - "I Shall Believe" - The Very Best of Sheryl Crow new song: Consumed by Paula McMath (2005)
#214 - Counting Crows - "Anna Begins" - Films About Ghosts(not on DVD)


#215 - Butthole Surfers - "The Shame of Life" - Weird Revolution

#216 - Paul Oakenfold - "Motorcycle - As The Rush Comes" - Great Wall
#216 - Thievery Corporation - "Facing East" - The Richest Man in Babylon
#216 - Norman Greenbaum - "Spirit in the Sky" - The Best of Norman Greenbaum: Spirit in the Sky
#216 - BT - "Force of Gravity" - Emotional Technology
#216 - Matthew Fisher - "Let Me In"
#216 - Blackwatch & Quiver - "Loveless (Original Mix)" - Paul Oakenfold - Great Wall

#217 - Alexi Murdoch - "Song For You" - Four Songs(not on DVD) new song: "Central Park" by McClain (2008)

#218 - Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis - "Cruisin'" - Duets
#218 - Peter Gabriel - "Father, Son" - OVO: Millennium Show

#219 - Vertical Horizon - "I'm Still Here" - Go
#219 - Beth Orton - "Ooh Child" - Other Side of Daybreak
#219 - Jonathan Rice - "Quiet Hushed Voices" - Tin Can Love: Demo Recordings
#219 - Groove Armada - "Hands of Time" - Love Box(not on DVD) new song: Tom Caufield - Looking Glass (2007)

#220 - Liz Phair - "Red Light Fever" - Liz Phair
#220 - FunkStar De luxe - "Ignition" - Funkturistic

#220 - Doobie Brothers / DJ Malibu - "Listen To The Music (Remix)"

#222 - Jack Harlan - "Please Don't Pass Me By" - Carnival of Mystery(not on DVD) new song: "High School Football" by McClain (2008)[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE]#301 - David Mead - "Only Living Boy in New York" - Everwood Soundtrack
#301 - Bob Schneider - "Long Way to Get" - I'm Good Now


#302 - Louque - "Whoa Now" - So Long
#302 - Louque - "Cry, Cry" - So Long
#302 - Motion Soundtrack - "Knockin'" - The Bridge

#303 - Rachael Yamagata - "Worn Me Down" - Happenstance
#303 - Inara George - "Good To Me" - All Rise
#303 - Stew - "Love Like That" - Something Deeper Than These Changes new song: "To The Country" by Aron Wright (2007)

#304 - Bran Van 3000 - "Rock Star" - Discosis
#304 - Jars of Clay - "Lonely People" - Who We Are Instead
new song: "Heaven on Earth" by David Grossman (1990)

#305 - Teddy Goldstein - "Driving Song (How About Love)" - Love Lot
#305 - Griffin House - "Amsterdam" - Lost & Found new: aiden falls – lost my life (2008)

#306 - The Beatles - "When I'm Sixty-Four" - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

#307 - Jewel Akens - "Birds and the Bees" - The Very Best of Jewel Akens
#307 - Fountains of Wayne - "Valley Winter Song" - Welcome Interstate Managers
#307 - Guster - "The Harder They Come" - Everwood Soundtrack

#308 - John Michael Montgomery - "Cover You in Kisses" - The Very Best of John Michael Montgomery
#308 - Ryan Adams - "The Shadowlands" - Love Is Hell
#308 - Willie Nelson - "Pancho & Lefty" - Songs

#309 - Faultline, Feat. Chris Martin - "Your Love Means Everything Part 2" - Your Love Means Everything
#309 - Faultline - "Your Love Means Everything" - Your Love Means Everything new song: "Song For The Waiting" by Aron Wright (2007)

#310 - Louis Armstrong - "Winter Wonderland" - Christmas Collection: 20th Century Masters
#310 - Bing Crosby - "White Christmas" - 20th Century Masters: The Best Of Bing Crosby

#312 - Alicia Keys - "Heartburn" - The Diary of Alicia Keys new: Plush (inst) by Erba Tom (~2008)

#313 - Snow Patrol - "How To Be Dead" - Final Straw
#313 - Morrissey - "First Of The Gang To Die" - You are the Quarry

#313 - Inara George - "A Day" - All Rise

#314 - The Postal Service - "Sleeping In" - Give Up
#314 - Finley Quaye, Feat. William Orbit - "Dice" - Music from The O.C.: Mix 1

#315 - Modest Mouse - "Gravity Rides Everything" - The Moon & Antarctica
#315 - Ron Sexsmith - "For The Driver" - Retriever new: aron wright – wildfire (2007)
#315 - Scapegoat Wax - "Space To Share" - Okeeblow

#316 - Jason Mraz - "Summer Breeze" - Everwood Soundtrack
#316 - Rose Royce - "Car Wash" - The Very Best of Rose Royce


#317 - Social Distortion - "Winners and Losers" - Sex, Love and Rock 'n' Roll


#318 - Keren Ann - "Not Going Anywhere" - Not Going Anywhere
#318 - Josh Ritter - "Man Burning" - Hello Starling
#318 - Eric Clapton - "I Shot the Sheriff" - The Cream of Clapton
#318 - Faultline, Feat. Chris Martin - "Your Love Means Everything Part 2" - Your Love Means Everything new: ryan Stevenson – it is you (2007)

#319 - The Jayhawks - "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" - Smile

#320 - Graham Colton Band - "Morning Light" - Drive

#322 - Natalie Merchant - "Beloved Wife" - Tigerlily
#322 - Travis - "Don't Be Shy" - Everwood Soundtrack
#322 - Toby Lightman - "Operator (That's Not The Way It Feels)" - Everwood Soundtrack


#401 - Louis Armstrong - "A Kiss To Build A Dream On" - All-Time Greatest Hits
#401 - Cat Power - "I Found A Reason" - The Covers Record
new: Tristen – I miss those things (2008)

#402 - Spoon - "Sister Jack" - Gimme Fiction
#402 - Deb Talan - "Forgiven" - Something Burning new: Tristen – Honesty (2003)

#403 - The Golden Virgins - "Renaissance Kid" - Songs of Praise
#403 - Gomez - "Catch Me Up" - Split The Difference
#403 - Inara George - "Genius" - All Rise
#403 - Inara George - "What A Number" - All Rise

#404 - Nada Surf - "Concrete Bed" - The Weight Is a Gift
#404 - Madeleine Peyroux - "Dance Me To The End Of Love" - Careless Love

#405 - Wonderwall - "Sexy Girl" - Witchcraft
#405 - Ben Folds - "Wandering"

#406 - Roy Ashen - "I'll Bet You Even Think You Know Me" - Sugar and Gasoline
#406 - Brendan Benson - "Cold Hands (Warm Heart)" - The Alternative To Love
#406 - Ben Lee - "Catch My Disease" - Awake Is the New Sleep
#406 - Matt Costa - "Yellow Taxi" - Songs We Sing

#407 - Josh Rouse - "Marvin Gaye" - Home

#407 - Tal Bachman - "Masquerade" - Staring Down The Sun
#407 - Hem - "Redwing" - Eveningland

#408 - Better Than Ezra - "Our Finest Year" - Before the Robots
#408 - Hem - "Pacific Street" - Eveningland new: Nicole Gordon – sweet sweet baby (2007)
#408 - The Chemical Brothers - "Out of Control" - Surrender

#409 - The Watresses - "Christmas Wrapping" - The Best of the Waitresses
#409 - Lifehouse - "You And Me" - Lifehouse new: David grow – After the pain (1996)
#409 - Devotchka - "How It Ends" - How It Ends. New song: Flight Crash Companion - "Tranny Streetfighter" (2007)

#410 - Shout Out Louds - "The Comeback" - Howl Howl Gaff Gaff
#410 - The Weepies - "World Spins Madly On" - Say I Am You

#411 - Chopin - "Raindrop Prelude" -

#412 - Karrin Allyson - "Long As You're Living" - In Blue
#412 - Thumper & the Plaid Rabbits - "Could It Get Any Worse" - Twenty Years

#413 - Belle & Sebastian - "For The Price of a Cup Of Tea" - The Life Pursuit
#413 - Eddie Bo & Inez Cheatham - "A Lover & A Friend" - Voodoo Soul: Deep and Dirty New Orleans Funk
#413 - Ben Folds - "The Luckiest" - Rockin' the Suburbs new: aron wright – what have we got to lose? (2007)

#414 - Jennifer Stills - "Cries of Angels" -
#414 - Submarines - "Peace And Hate" - Declare A New State
#414 - Acid House Kings - "Do What You Wanna Do" - Sing Along With Acid House Kings

#415 - Brendan Benson - "Someday" - The Alternative to Love
#415 - Cody Brown - "Waiting"
#415 - Griffin House - "These Days"
#415 - Chopin - "Polonaise" -

#416 - Jennifer Marks - "Really Something" - Jennifer Marks
#416 - David Mead - "Wherever You Are" - Wherever You Are
#416 - Tori Amos - "Sorta Fairytale" - Scarlet's Walk new: leap - empty spaces (1998)

#417 - Stuart Staples - "Say Something Now" -
#417 - Erin McKeown - "We Are More" - We Will Become Like Birds
#417 - Deb Talan - "Comfort" - new: adonis tsilimparis – it’s the way (~2008)

#418 - Sarah McLachlan - "Good Enough" - The Freedom Sessions
#418 - Sara Routh - "Sitting On My Window" -

#419 - Patty Griffin - "When It Don't Come Easy" - Impossible Dream
new: molly Bancroft – fall down (2006)
#419 - Rosemary Clooney - "Love Is Here To Stay" - The Songbook Collection

#420 - Eva Cassidy - "Fields of Gold" - Songbird
#420 - The Weepies - "Gotta Have You" - Say I Am You

#421 - Mary Beth Maziarz - "This Is Our Life" - Wish
#421 - Dave Matthews - "Steady As We Go" - Stand Up
#421 - Bent Fabric - "Jukebox" - Jukebox

#422 - George Is Jones - "Ruins" new: Molly Bancroft – no worries (2003)

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From the previous thread...posted by Matt....


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You think that's a problem? You think that takes me more than 10 minutes?

No, so here we go,



Comfort: 4x17 - At the end of the episode, the last 3 minutes. Just a great/awesome collection of scenes without much talking, Reid in hospital bed, Jake + Nina, Delia + Andy watching tv and eating popcorn (), the Abbotts at home, Hannah phoning, and then Ephramy so sweet. They are not allowed to change that!!!! That song fits so perfectly!!! Here's the song!

Good Enough: 4x18 - one hand one broken arm Bright sitting at home, being sad, listening to ... surprise, surprise ... "Good Enough" by the great Sarah McLachlan. They won't be able to change that, cos sweet Emily says "you're listening to Sarah McLachlan?"


Result: We need both songs!
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From the previous thread..originally posted by Dolfan......


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Well, just checked TheWB.com for the episode "Getting to Know You" and it doesn't have DeVotchka. Here's the link if you're curious: Everwood: Watch Full Episodes on TheWB.com

The replacement song is not bad or anything but this probably means there's no chance for Dave Matthews and a few others later in the season.
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I have to say: The Amy & Ephram Soundtrack is really sweet, listened to it yesterday, great music.
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I have to say: The Amy & Ephram Soundtrack is really sweet, listened to it yesterday, great music.
Oh, awesome. I'm so glad that that still works! Awesome idea of Alex to make that for all of us.

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Well, just checked TheWB.com for the episode "Getting to Know You" and it doesn't have DeVotchka. Here's the link if you're curious: Everwood: Watch Full Episodes on TheWB.com

The replacement song is not bad or anything but this probably means there's no chance for Dave Matthews and a few others later in the season.
Thanks for the bad news, heh. I can't play it (only works in US), but does the replacement song at least bring a certain intensity to it? That was a great aspect of the DeVotcka song, it really set the mood for the episode...

Although, watching the opening again, Jake playing Solitaire while on prescription drugs while this intense song plays over it is still pretty funny to me.
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Yeah, I actually think the replacement song is pretty good and still seems to fit. I'm guessing that won't be the same for some of the other replacements, though.
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It does fit, but it's not as powerful as the DeVotchka song.
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From the previous thread...posted by Matt....
Ooh yeah! Comfort was a great song choice. It's appeared in some of Berlanti/Mimoun's other shows as well. I'd imagine this is a lock for the DVD as well, they seem pretty big on Deb Talan and she's a small enough artist(I think) that her song's would be fairly cheap(I'm assuming).

Wasn't there another DeVotchka song EW used? Sometime in season 3? I think that got replaced as well.
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Oh, I kept forgetting to mention this. "Cathedrals" was used for a performance number on So You Think You Can Dance two weeks ago. It was...jarring, to say the least, heh. And the storyline of the dance wasn't even about a high school student preparing to undergo ultimately fatal brain surgery!!! I mean, really guys.

Here it is, hope I don't get the uploader's account disabled by linking it...:

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And the storyline of the dance wasn't even about a high school student preparing to undergo ultimately fatal brain surgery!!!
Hee! I'm not sure how I feel about the use of the song and the dance style. Now I've never seen that show before and my knowledge of dancing is pretty much slim to none, but I think if they had done a slower routine of some kind, it would've gone over better. Did they get high marks?

I wonder how they came across the song anyways...our fandom is pretty much the only one who's heard of JLC...and even then, it's only their one song at that!
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Such a beautiful song...no matter how it's used.
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I still get chills from that song.

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I wonder how they came across the song anyways...our fandom is pretty much the only one who's heard of JLC...and even then, it's only their one song at that!
Let's just pretend they're Everwood fans, because that would rock and hopefully then they win...and it turns out they've never even heard of the show, so we can then boo them. Sounds like a plan to me!
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Well, checked TheWB.com and, like we figured, "Steady As We Go" (from the dance scene between Ephram and Amy) was changed to some crappy song. Oh well!
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Well, checked TheWB.com and, like we figured, "Steady As We Go" (from the dance scene between Ephram and Amy) was changed to some crappy song. Oh well!
That change is a travesty.
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Hee! I'm not sure how I feel about the use of the song and the dance style. Now I've never seen that show before and my knowledge of dancing is pretty much slim to none, but I think if they had done a slower routine of some kind, it would've gone over better. Did they get high marks?

I wonder how they came across the song anyways...our fandom is pretty much the only one who's heard of JLC...and even then, it's only their one song at that!
The judges liked the routine pretty well, although the judges also praised all but one routine that night so it's tough to assess what they really thought, heh. I also thought there was a mismatch between music and movement, though. Too...upbeat for a fairly melancholy song. (If you want a dance perspective, they have a real technical problem insofar as their not well-matched physically for lifts, but they've been improving as a team over the past two weeks and have found ways around the height problem.)

As for the song choice, you can credit the routine's choreographer: Stacey Tookey. Looking at her bio, maybe she ran into Greg at some point and got the suggestion from him, .
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