Has anyone seen Cold Mountain? Heard the music on CD? What are your thoughts on the movie and/or the music? I haven't seen the movie, but have heard: pro - a good story line that follows the book fairly well; and con - violence and some sexual content. I have the CD. Some Sacred Harp acquaintances are singing on it. I like the music overall, with my favorites (for now) in this order: </font> Track 19 - Idumea by Sacred Harp Singers at Liberty Baptist Church near Henagar, Alabama; This is said to be used during a vicious battle scene. The Charles Wesley words and minor modal tune would be quite haunting in that context - And am I born to die, to lay this body down, and must my trembling spirit fly, into a world unknown?</font> Track 9 - I'm Going Home by Sacred Harp Singers at Liberty Baptist Church</font> Track 13 - Lady Margret by Cassie Franklin, a Sacred Harp singer (an old ballad sung acapella; a wonderful piece, but it was not used in the movie)</font> Track 2 - Like a Songbird that has Fallen by the Reeltime Travelers</font> Track 7 - Am I Born to Die by Tim Eriksen (Tim is also a Sacred Harp singer)</font> Track 3 - I Wish my Baby was Born by Tim Eriksen, Riley Baugus & Tim O'Brien</font> Track 4 - The Scarlet Tide by Alison Krauss</font> Track 14 - Great High Mountain by Jack White</font> Track 8 - You will Be My Ain True Love by Alison Krauss</font> Track 5 The Cuckoo by Tim Eriksen & Riley Baugus</font> Track 1 The Wayfaring Stranger by Jack White (not my favorite rendition of The Wayfaring Stranger, but the one on the CD is much better than he sung it on the A&E special)</font> Track 11 - Christmas Time Will Soon be Over by Jack White</font> Track 12 - Ruby with the Eyes that Sparkle by Stuart Duncan & Dirk Powell</font> Track 6 - Sittin' on Top of the World by Jack White</font> Track 10 - Never Far Away by Jack White</font> Tracks 15-18 - Music by Gabriel Yared</font> Ralph Stanley was involved in arranging at least one song, but he is not singing on any of them.