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"True Blood - Music From The HBO Original Series" features songs performed by a wide-range of Louisiana natives, reflecting the series' steamy backwoods setting. The artists span the Bayou State's distinctive musical heritage, from Lucinda Williams, Slim Harpo, and Lee Dorsey to Allen Toussaint and the legendary Dr. John. The soundtrack also includes "Bleed 2 Feed," an exclusive new song written expressly for the series by Lafayette-based swamp rocker CC Adcock.
Also among the highlights are tracks from such diverse talent as Ryan Adams, Cobra Verde, The Watson Twins, Little Big Town, and Th' Legendary Shack Shakers. In addition, "True Blood - Music From The HBO Original Series" includes "The Golden State," performed by the one-and-only John Doe, which will be featured in the series' upcoming second season.
Mixing romance, suspense, mystery, and humor, True Blood takes place in the not-too-distant future, when vampires have come out of the coffin, thanks to the invention of mass-produced synthetic blood that means they no longer need humans to get their fix. Set in a backwoods Louisiana town, the show follows the romance between waitress Sookie Stackhouse (played by Anna Paquin, winner of a Golden Globe® for her portrayal), who can read minds, and 173-year-old vampire Bill Compton (played by Stephen Moyer).
True Blood is created and executive produced by Alan Ball (creator of HBO's Emmy Award®-winning Six Feet Under®); based on the Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charlaine Harris; co-executive producer Brian Buckner; supervising producer Nancy Oliver; producers Carol Dunn Trussell and Alexander Woo; co-producer Raelle Tucker.
Gary Calamar serves as music supervisor and soundtrack producer for "True Blood - Music From The HBO Original Series."
"TRUE BLOOD - MUSIC FROM THE HBO ORIGINAL SERIES" (ELEKTRA/ATLANTIC)
Congratulations to the winner, Kyle Neuschaefer!