Soundtracks of Significance: “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”

Travis McClain

Bats: R, Throws: R. How Acquired: Traded for a player to be named later.

I hold a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Louisville, earned in history. I have lived with Crohn’s disease since 2005, and chronic depression since my youth. I bring into each film that I view a world view shaped by those and other parts of my background. I try to be mindful of the socio-political themes and implications of movies, intended or otherwise, and that surely shows in my blog pieces. I also love doughnuts.

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  1. BJ Markham says:

    “mainstream country listeners weren’t really all that into that kind of music” – that kind of music being anything considered “country” that strays from the “pop country” music that blankets mainstream county radio (of which, I am happy to say, I rarely partake.) This soundtrack is the perfect blend of folk, bluegrass, traditional country, blues, and gospel. What’s not to like?