Varese Sarabande Records has announced the details for the upcoming soundtrack release for the second season of the TV Show Pushing Daisies. The album features highlights from Jim Dooley’s score of the second season of the critically acclaimed show. The soundtrack will be released on April 5, 2011. A first volume with music from the first season was released back in 2008 and is also available on Varese Sarabande Records.




Here’s the album tracklisting:

1.   Young Pie Pusher (1:48)
2.   Colonel Lickin’ (2:14)
3.   Betty’s Bees (2:55)
4.   Welcome Home (1:48)
5.   Magic Night (1:48)
6.   Cannon Range (1:39)
7.   Clown Revival (1:37)
8.   Remember Lazarus (1:13)
9.   Young Olive (2:48)
10. Holy Drop & Emerson (1:33)
11. Dad’s Magic (1:21)
12. Young Emerson Cod (3:00)
13. Friends, Inc. (3:05)
14. Steamy Buns (1:38)
15. Dim Sum Meet (2:33)
16. Cod’s Plan (3:21)
17. Maurice & Ralston (2:51)
18. Crank Call (:48)
19. Interrogation (1:21)
20. Olive Darling! (1:23)
21. Trophy Facts (1:18)
22. Desert Chicken Pox (3:37)
23. Nora Undeaded (2:03)
24. Cod & Olive Interview (1:40)
25. Norwegians! (1:44)
26. Olive’s Neglect (2:14)
27. Dickers (1:28)
28. Coco Juniper (1:51)
29. Young Cod At School (1:30)
30. Cod and Stingwell (2:01)
31. Last Wrap Up (1:51)

In related news, Jim Dooley announced on his official website that he recently finished scoring the drama Carmel. In the film, a teenager wanders into Carmel, California, where he is soon introduced to the art-forgery community. The movie directed by Lawrence Roeck stars Lauren Bacall, Alfred Molina, Josh Hutcherson and Hayden Panetierre. No release date has been set for the film. To find out more about the film, visit the official movie webpage and the Facebook movie page.

Finally, also coming up for Dooley is the animated 3D musical Dorothy of Oz. The film’s story is an update on The Wizard of Oz and centers on Dorothy Gale returning to a tornado-devastated Kansas and then being transported back to Oz to help her friend. The movie’s voice cast includes Lea Michele, Jim Belushi, Dan Akroyd, Kelsey Grammer, Oliver Platt, Martin Short, Megan Hilty and Hugh Dancy. Dorothy of Oz is directed by Dan St. Pierre (Everyone’s Hero) While Dooley is providing the score, the film’s songs are written by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance. The film is set for a spring 2012 release. To find out more about Dorothy of Oz, visit the official movie webpage.