Songs of Anarchy: Music from Sons of Anarchy Seasons 1–4 is a soundtrack album featuring music from FX television program Sons of Anarchy. The album consists of songs recorded for the show as well as those previously released through a number of EPs; Sons of Anarchy: North Country (2009), Sons of Anarchy: Shelter (2009) and Sons of Anarchy: The King is Gone (2010). Songs include covers of
"What a Wonderful World", "Forever Young", "John the Revelator and the Emmy nominated theme song "This Life" (performed by Curtis Stigers and the Forest Rangers). Musicians performing on the album include Anvil, Franky Perez (of Scars on Broadway), Lions, Alison Mosshart (of The Kills and The Dead Weather) and actress Katey Sagal, who plays Gemma Teller Morrow in the show, among others. The album was released on November 29, 2011, through Columbia Records.
- The album's credits and personnel can be obtained from Allmusic.
- The Forest Rangers
- Bob Thiele Jr. — guitar, acoustic guitar, bass, piano, organ, keyboard, synthesizer, vocal harmonies
- Greg Leisz — guitar, banjo, lap steel guitar, mandolin
- John Philip Shenale — organ, piano, Mexican harp
- Lyle Workman — vocals, guitar
- Dave Kushner — guitar, bass
- Davey Faragher — bass
- Brian Macleod — drums, hand drums
- Matt Drenik — vocals, guitar, piano
- Austin Kalman — lead guitar, backing vocals
- Mike Sellman — bass, backing vocals
- Jake Perlman — drums
- Additional musicians
- Production personnel
- Bob Thiele Jr. — producer, arranger
- Kurt Sutter — producer, arranger
- Dave Kushner — producer
- Matt Hyde — producer, engineer, mixer
- Matt Drenik — producer, engineer, mixer
- Lions — producer
- Jason Buntz — engineer
- Brian Scheuble — engineer, mixer
- Dave Way — engineer, mixer
- Ed Cherney — mixer
- Dave Warren — cover art, design
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- ^ https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/songs-anarchy-music-from-sons/id483007515
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