On May 24, Echo in the Canyon, a star-studded new music documentary capturing the sights, sounds and emotions of the “California Sound” through the lens of the vibrant Laurel Canyon music scene of the 1960s and ’70s will be released.
As you’d imagine, the accompanying soundtrack album for this film will feature a number of heavy hitters from all across the music spectrum, paying homage to some of the best and most beloved songs of the era — such as “Go Where You Wanna Go,” originally a gem from the Mamas & the Papas, which was covered by Jakob Dylan and Jade Castrinos for the film:
In addition to featuring the late Tom Petty’s final on-camera interview, Echo in the Canyon also includes chats with Jackson Browne, David Crosby, Brian Wilson, Ringo Starr, Beck, Fiona Apple, Regina Spektor, Stephen Stills and many more, and was directed by Andrew Slater.
As for the rest of the film’s soundtrack album, it’s pretty stacked:
1. “Go Where You Wanna Go” ft. Jade Castrinos
2. “The Bells of Rhymney” ft. Beck
3. “You Showed Me” ft. Cat Power
4. “She” ft. Josh Homme
5. “In My Room” ft. Fiona Apple
6. “Goin’ Back” ft. Beck
7. “Never My Love” ft. Norah Jones
8. “It Won’t Be Wrong” ft. Fiona Apple
9. “No Matter What You Do” ft. Regina Spektor
10. “Questions” ft. Jakob Dylan, Stephen Stills
11. “I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times” ft. Neil Young
12. “Expecting to Fly” ft. Regina Spektor
13. “What’s Happening” ft. Neil Young
Stay tuned for more about the film, and visit its official site to sign up for further details about screenings, etc.