Another season has begun and our ears are finally jumping with joy. Yes, ABC’s Nashville is delivering yet another eventful season worth of romance, drama and yes….MUSIC. I don’t know about you but to me the music of Nashville just keeps on getting better and better as the season progresses. Below is the list of songs on the album, including videos so you can hear each song. I’ll even point on some of my favorites!
1) What if I was willing? performed by Chris Carmack (Will Lexington)
2) Can’t Get It Right performed by Sam Palladio (Gunnar Scott)
* 3) A Life That’s Good performed by Lennon and Maisy (Maddie and Daphne Conrad)
This song happens to be one of my favorite songs of the season so far. The fact that Maddie wants to know more about Deacon and wants to have a relationship with him is awesome. Thankfully Maddie has the music genes in her bones because her and Daphne’s rendition of Deacon’s song is amazing!
Another great song! The performance by Rayna James and Luke Wheeler was spot on. Though the pairing of Rayna and Luke still has me puzzled, they have some great chemistry on stage. I would love to see what will come of these two next!
This song is performed beautifully by Deacon and Scarlett. Their vocals are pure perfection and this song is on constant repeat in the car. Amazingly done by two of the best singers on the show!
*6) Trouble Is performed by Hayden Panettiere (Juliette Barnes)
This song is very catchy! This is one of my favorite songs by Juliette Barnes so far this season besides “I’m A Girl” What do you guys think?
7) Playin Tricks performed by Charles Esten (Deacon Claybourne)
8) Why Can’t I Say Goodnight performed by Clare Bowen and Sam Palladio (Scarlett O’Connor and Gunnar Scott)
9) Tell Me performed by Aubrey Peeples (Layla Grant)
10) Wayfaring Stranger performed by Chaley Rose (Zoey Dalton)
11) Share With You performed by Lennon and Maisy (Maddie and Daphne Conrad)
12) How You Learn To Live Alone performed by Jonathan Jackson (Avery Barkley)
13) Can’t Say No To You performed by Hayden Panettiere and Chris Carmack (Juliette Barnes and Will Lexington)
I really enjoyed listening to the album, it was put together with great expertise and planning. I can’t wait to hear the second half of the season’s music! Let us know what songs you enjoy from the album!
You can buy Nashville’s Season 2 Volume 1 CD from iTunes and at any retailer who carries CDs.
Catch up with ABC Nashville on Wednesdays 9/10 Central Time
- ‘Nashville’ Recap, Season 2, Episode 10, ‘Tomorrow Never Comes’ (blogs.wsj.com)
- Hayden Panettiere gushes about Nashville (the city) and says her character is nothing like her (blogs.tennessean.com)
- ‘Nashville’ Season 2, Episode 9: ‘I’m Tired of Pretending’ (atlantablackstar.com)
- TV Club: “Hanky Panky Woman” shows why Nashville should just focus on the music (avclub.com)
- TV Club: Nashville: “Tomorrow Never Comes” (avclub.com)
- ‘Nashville’ Recap: Season 2, Episode 9 (usnews.com)
- ‘Nashville’, Season 2, Episode 9 – RECAP (nashvillegab.com)
- ‘Nashville’ winter finale includes death of major character (spoiler) (blogs.tennessean.com)
- It’s A Matter Of Life Or Death As Battles Heat Up In Music City On Last Week’s Nashville (popwrapped.wordpress.com)
- ‘Nashville’ Recap: Season 2, Episode 8 (usnews.com)