Sweetheart 2005: Love Songs

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Sweetheart 2005: Love Songs
Compilation album by Various artists
Released January 19, 2005
Label Live More Musically/
Hear Music
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (6.7/10)[2]

Sweetheart 2005: Love Songs is a compilation album, released under Starbucks' Hear Music label in January 2005 in the United States. Sold in stores, the album features contemporary musicians covering classic love songs.[3][4]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "My Funny Valentine", performed by Rufus Wainwright (originally by Rodgers and Hart)
  2. "Let My Love Open the Door", performed by M. Ward (originally by Pete Townshend, 1980)
  3. "Buckets of Rain", performed by Neko Case (originally by Bob Dylan, 1975)
  4. "Love Will Tear Us Apart", performed by Calexico (originally by Joy Division, 1980)
  5. "She's Got Everything", performed by Old 97's (originally by The Kinks)
  6. "How Can I Tell You", performed by Gary Jules (originally by Cat Stevens)
  7. "Give Your Mama One Smile", performed by Madeleine Peyroux (originally by Big Bill Broonzy)
  8. "The More I See You", performed by Sondre Lerche (music originally written by Harry Warren with lyrics by Mack Gordon, 1945)
  9. "I Only Have Eyes for You", performed by Martina Topley-Bird (originally by The Flamingos)
  10. "There is a Light That Never Goes Out", performed by Joseph Arthur (originally by The Smiths, 1986)
  11. "Your Sweet Voice", performed by Milton Mapes (originally by Matthew Sweet)
  12. "Use Me", performed by Jim White (originally by Bill Withers, 1972)
  13. "Forever", performed by Dean Wareham (originally by The Beach Boys, 1970)
  14. "Inutil Paisagem", performed by Vinicius Cantuária (originally by Antonio Carlos Jobim)
  15. "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square", performed by Mindy Smith (made famous by The Manhattan Transfer)

Personnel[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Pitchfork Media review
  3. ^ Hogan, Marc (2005-02-03). "Various Artists: Sweetheart 2005". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 2008-11-16. 
  4. ^ "Sweetheart 2005: Love Songs". allmusic. Retrieved 2009-02-01.