Both Worlds Music has released a soundtrack album for the Acorn TV original series Recipes for Love and Murder. The album features selections of the original music from the show composed by Zethu Mashika (The Forgiven, Last Ones Out, Hear Me Move, Queen Sono). The soundtrack is now available to stream/download on Amazon and any other major digital music services. Recipes for Love and Murder is developed by Karen Jeynes based on Sally Andrews’ bestselling novel series and stars Maria Doyle Kennedy, Kylie Fisher and Tony Kgoroge. The crime drama follows an empathetic and accomplished recipe advice columnist and a rookie journalist who team up to solve a small-town murder. The series will premiere this coming Monday, September 5 on Acorn TV.

Here’s the album track list:

1. This is Maria (2:51)
2. Block the Exit (1:02)
3. Sorbet (1:58)
4. We Owe It to Martine (1:03)
5. Kak Lekker (3:12)
6. Pomegranate Stock (2:27)
7. Run Tannie (5:35)
8. Doughnuts (1:18)
9. Escaped (1:17)
10. Comfort Food (5:26)
11. Together (3:00)

  1. Anne Wade says:

    Please tell me who is singing in Series one episode 10
    All in Love is Fair . Female singer and piano. Towards the end of the episode

    • Sarah says:

      Lovesong by Adele.

    • Sherall Todd says:

      actually it is Maria Doyle Kennedy (Tannie Maria) doing cover of “LoveSong from the band 311 that was also covered by Adele

      • Nick says:

        Lovesong is actually a song by The Cure, the Adele and 311 versions are covers.

        Robert Smith wrote it as a wedding gift for his wife Mary. It was the third single from their eighth studio album, Disintegration (1989)

      • Louise says:

        The original song ‘Lovesong’ is actually by The Cure (from the brilliant album Disintegration, 1989 ish)

  2. Tricia says:

    Everything must change
    Zonke Dikana
    Can’t find it anywhere

  3. Gena says:

    Try Oleta Adams

  4. Stephanie says:

    Is or will the soundtrack be available for purchase?

  5. Kimmy says:

    I’d like to know the song in the beginning of episode 1 of Recipes for Love and Murder that has the phrase “now clap your hands, and stomp your fee-wet”?? Can anyone tell me name and artist please?