Springsteen, Dylan Soundtrack ‘Lucky You’
The soundtrack to the upcoming poker-themed flick “Lucky You” will boast a new Bob Dylan track (“Huck’s Theme”) as well as a Kris Kristofferson original (“They Ain’t Got ‘Em All”) and Bruce Springsteen’s “The Fever” and “Lucky Town,” the latter of which is heard during the title sequence and the movie’s trailer.
“Lucky You” is due March 6 via Columbia and in theaters March 16. The soundtrack also features tracks from Ryan Adams, George Jones, Shawn Colvin, Bonnie Raitt and the film’s co-star, Drew Barrymore, who plays an aspiring singer.
Springsteen’s “The Fever” may be unfamiliar to casual fans. The soul ballad was recorded in 1973 and was frequently played live during the “Darkness on the Edge of Town” tour in 1978. But a studio version was omitted from the 1998 Springsteen retrospective “Tracks,” prompting groans from the Boss’ avid listeners. The song was finally issued a few months later on “18 Tracks,” a single-disc version of the boxed set.
Here is the track list for “Lucky You”:
“Lucky Town,” Bruce Springsteen
“The Fever,” Bruce Springsteen
“Huck’s Tune,” Bob Dylan
“The Cold Hart Truth,” Drew Barrymore
“Choices,” George Jones
“Maybe This Time,” Liza Minnelli
“I Always Get Lucky With You,” George Jones
“Let It Ride,” Ryan Adams
“Viva Las Vegas,” Shawn Colvin
“Positively 4th St., “Johnny Rivers
“They Ain’t Got ‘Em All,” Kris Kristofferson
“Bartender’s Blues,” Bonnie Raitt