“That’s What I Said,” from multi-platinum recording artist Norah Jones, will be featured on the Jan 11th episode of NCIS. “That’s What I Said” is available exclusively on NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack – Vol. 2.
The 23-year-old Devon, England-born Stone has sold more than eight million albums worldwide, and been nominated for four Grammy Awards and three Brit Awards. She is known for a string of memorable live performances, including a tribute to Janis Joplin with Melissa Etheridge at the Grammy’s in 2005, an appearance at the Super Bowl half-time show with Stevie Wonder, John Legend, and India Arie in 2006, and the Concert for Diana at Wembley Stadium in London in 2007.
Among the new and previously unreleased songs on the soundtrack is “California” from Bob Dylan. This never-before-released track dates from the Bringing It All Back Home sessions and has been newly mixed and mastered exclusively for this soundtrack album. “California” is featured in a special scene in tonight’s re-airing of the NCIS Season 7 premiere. This true gem from the Dylan vaults is available only on NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack – Vol. 2.
Tonight’s episode of NCIS will feature “Move Slow” from rockers Saosin. Saosin means “small heart” in Chinese, a term derived from a 15th century proverb about fathers advising their sons who were being married off for money not to get emotionally involved with their brides. You can find out more about Saosin by visiting our Artists section and reading the band’s bio.
“Move Slow” is an exclusive track found only on NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack – Vol. 2
John Mellencamp’s “Someday The Rains Will Fall” will be prominently featured in tonight’s episode of NCIS. The track is available only on NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack – Vol. 2. It was recorded at the Gunter Hotel in San Antonio, Texas, in the very same room that blues legend Robert Johnson recorded 16 songs in 1936. Mellencamp recorded the track facing the wall, exactly as Johnson did 73 years ago.
Sharon Little’s “Genie In My Dreams” will be prominently featured in the June 29th episode of NCIS. The song is available exclusively on NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack available at Amazon, iTunes or any retail outlet where music is sold.
Sharon opened for Robert Plant & Alison Krauss on their acclaimed Raising Sand tour, and her new album, Paper Doll, will be released later this year on CBS Records.
Sheryl Crow’s “Murder In My Heart” will be prominently featured in tonight’s episode of NCIS. Sheryl Crow is one of music’s most popular and acclaimed artists; each of her previous studio albums has charted Top 10 and earned at least platinum certification. “Murder In My Heart” is a never-before-released track from Sheryl and is available only on NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack – Vol. 2.
Tonight’s episode of NCIS will feature “Grim Reaper” from Keaton Simons. Keaton’s multifaceted talents have garnered him a presence on radio, television, film and the concert circuit.; an especially auspicious distinction for an artist who just released his debut album in the summer of 2008.
The many career accomplishments he’s racked up in such a relatively short time attest to both his aptitude and his attitude. You can find out more about Keaton by visiting our Artists section and reading his bio.
“Grim Reaper” is an exclusive track found only on NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack – Vol. 2
Be sure to enter our “All About Vol. 2” Contest and you’ll be eligible to win a signed copy of NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack CD and an NCIS Season 6 DVD, courtesy of your friends at ncismusic.com
To become a winner in this contest, just accurately answer 6 questions about the soundtrack!
Five sets of CDs and DVDs will be given away, and winners will be chosen at random from among the accurate entries we receive by Monday, December 7, 2009. You can find the complete rules by clicking here. Good luck!
Tonight’s episode of NCIS features “That Time Of Year” by the Australian trio Sick Puppies. This track is available exclusively on NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack – Vol. 2. The album also features new and exclusive music from some of the world’s top artists, including Bob Dylan, Norah Jones, Joss Stone, John Mellencamp, Sheryl Crow and more.
NCIS airs at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.