‘Grantchester’ Soundtrack Announced

Posted: December 8, 2014 by filmmusicreporter in TV Music Albums
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grantchesterSilva Screen Records will release a soundtrack album for the British series Grantchester. The album features the show’s original music composed by Emmy Award winner John Lunn (Downton Abbey, The White Queen). Also included are songs by Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet and Gloria Dee. The soundtrack will be released overseas on December 22, 2014 and in the U.S. on January 20, 2015. Visit Amazon to download the album and click here to order the CD. Check out audio clips after the jump. Grantchester  is created by Daisy Coulam and stars James Norton, Robson Green, Morven Christie, Tessa Peake-Jones, Al Weaver and Pheline Roggan. The show is based on the book series The Grantchester Mysteries by James Runcie and follows a charismatic young clergyman and a down-to-earth cop who team up to fight crime in 1953’s Grantchester. The first season of the series premiered this fall in the UK on ITV and will debut in the U.S. as part of PBS’ Masterpiece on January 18, 2015.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Mr. Chambers (1:47)
2. Indian Summer – Sidney Bechet (3:06)
3. Amanda Kendall (2:38)
4. The Shadow of Death (1:15)
5. A Kiss to Build a Dream On – Louis Armstrong (3:28)
6. Sweet William (3:41)
7. Faith, Hope and Love (2:09)
8. Rose Room – Sidney Bechet (2:35)
9. Someday You’ll Be Sorry – Louis Armstrong (4:10)
10. Repentance (1:25)
11. The Human Heart (4:42)
12. Spirit of Peace (2:52)
13. The Letter (4:03)
14. The Truth of It (1:38)
15. Dickens (1:13)
16. Frankie & Johnny – Gloria Dee and her Quartet (2:07)
17. Baby, Won’t You Please Come Home – Gloria Dee and her Quartet (3:18)
18. I Ain’t Got Nobody (And Nobody Cares About Me) – Gloria Dee and her Quartet (4:23)
19. Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home – Gloria Dee and her Quartet (2:13)
20. There’ll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight – Gloria Dee and her Quartet (3:55)
21. Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen – Gloria Dee and her Quartet (2:17)

  1. elizabeth bennett says:

    Music is lovely.

  2. Thomas Murphy says:

    I just saw the new advertisement for the new series Grantchester, but one thing I want to know,is that Elvis singing the theme song, change of habit..it does sound like Elvis, but I’m not sure can you drop me a email, letting me know if it is Elvis…I’m a big Elvis fan, that’s why I’m asking you… yours sincerely Mr Thomas Murphy

  3. Stewart says:

    I would say its definitely elvis