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Nashville CD songs unveiled

Friday, April 25, 2014 – Big Machine Records unveiled today the track listing for "The Music of NASHVILLE Season 2, Volume 2," due digitally May 6.

The standard version of the volume includes 11 tracks. A special deluxe version containing 21 tracks, including 4 exclusive tracks, will be made available exclusively at Target.

Immediately following the Wednesday night airing of ABC"s "Nashville: On the Record," all 3 previously released soundtracks from the show jumped into the Top 15 on the iTunes Country chart.

Songs are:

Digital Standard:
1. He Ain't Gonna Change/ Connie Britton, Hayden Panettiere (Al Anderson, Karyn Rochelle)
2. I Ain't Leavin' Without Your Love/ Sam Palladio, Chaley Rose, Jonathan Jackson (Justin Davis, Sarah Zimmermann, Cary Barlowe)
3. Believing/ Charles Esten, Lennon & Maisy (Emily Shackelton, Kate York, Tami Hinesh)
4. It's On Tonight/ Will Chase, Chris Carmack, Charles Esten (Dustin Lynch, Brett Beavers, David Lee Murphy)
5. Lately/ Sam Palladio, Clare Bowen (Sarah Siskind, Sally Barris, Ashley Monroe)
6. Joy Parade/ Lennon & Maisy (Jill Andrews, Josh Leo)
7. It All Slows Down/ Aubrey Peeples (Karyn Rochelle, Sarah Siskind)
8. Is That Who I Am/ Chris Carmack (Aaron Benward, Shaun Shankel, Steve Moakler)
9. This Time/ Connie Britton (Allison Moorer, Jeffrey Steele)
10. Black Roses/ Clare Bowen (Lucy Schwartz)
11. Don't Put Dirt On My Grave Just Yet/ Hayden Panettiere (Trent Dabbs, Caitlyn Smith)

Target
1. He Ain't Gonna Change/ Connie Britton, Hayden Panettiere (Al Anderson, Karyn Rochelle)
2. I Ain't Leavin' Without Your Love/ Sam Palladio, Chaley Rose, Jonathan Jackson (Justin Davis, Sarah Zimmermann, Cary Barlowe)
3. Believing/ Charles Esten, Lennon & Maisy (Emily Shackelton, Kate York, Tami Hinesh)
4. Hurtin' On Me/ Chris Carmack (Josh Osborne, Greg Bates, Shane McAnally)
5. Lately/ Sam Palladio, Clare Bowen ( Sarah Siskind, Sally Barris, Ashley Monroe)
6. Wrong For The Right Reasons/ Connie Britton (Rosi Golan, Natalie Hemby, Chris DeStefano)
7. Everything I'll Ever Need/ Hayden Panettiere, Jonathan Jackson (Kate York, Dylan Altman)
8. Joy Parade/ Lennon & Maisy (Jill Andrews, Josh Leo)
9. Come Find Me/ Clare Bowen (Sarah Buxton, John Scott Sherill)
10. It's On Tonight/ Will Chase, Chris Carmack, Charles Esten (Dustin Lynch, Brett Beavers, David Lee Murphy)
11. Hennessee/ Sam Palladio, Jonathan Jackson, Chaley Rose (Joel King, Ricky Young, Eli Wulfmeier, Taylor Burns, Chris Hennessee)
12. It All Slows Down/ Aubrey Peeples (Karyn Rochelle, Sarah Siskind)
13. Is That Who I Am/ Chris Carmack (Aaron Benward, Shaun Shankel, Steve Moakler)
14. This Time/ Connie Britton (Allison Moorer, Jeffrey Steele)
15. Black Roses/ Clare Bowen (Lucy Schwartz)
16. Don't Put Dirt On My Grave Just Yet/ Hayden Panettiere (Trent Dabbs, Caitlyn Smith)
17. A Life That's Good/ Connie Britton, Charles Esten, Lennon & Maisy (Sarah Siskind)

Target Exclusive Tracks:
18. Carry You Home/ Chaley Rose (Troy Verges, Caitlyn Smith, Gordie Sampson)
19. Then I Was Loved By You/ Chris Carmack (Kalisa Ewing, Casey Wood)
20. Falling/ Clare Bowen (Gareth Dunlop, Kim Richey)
21. Don't Put Dirt On My Grave Just Yet (Orchestral Version)/ Hayden Panettiere (Trent Dabbs, Caitlyn Smith)

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