Download Album Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born Soundtrack

Song Artist Duration Size
Twelve Notes (Dialogue) Cast 01:03 2.63 MB
Alibi Bradley Cooper 03:03 6.37 MB
How Do You Hear It? (Dialogue) Cast 00:14 1,013.26 KB
Trust Me Cast 00:31 1.54 MB
Shallow Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper 03:35 7.34 MB
Before I Cry Lady Gaga 04:18 8.70 MB
Is That Alright? Lady Gaga 03:11 6.56 MB
I'll Never Love Again (Film Version) Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper 04:41 9.25 MB
Parking Lot (Dialogue) Cast 00:31 1.52 MB
Fabulous French (Dialogue) Cast 00:19 1.14 MB
I'll Wait for You (Dialogue) Cast 00:19 1.12 MB
Music to My Eyes Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper 03:19 6.81 MB
Always Remember Us This Way Lady Gaga 03:30 7.18 MB
Vows (Dialogue) Cast 00:17 1.11 MB
Black Eyes Bradley Cooper 03:03 6.49 MB
First Stop, Arizona (Dialogue) Cast 00:10 901.70 KB
Out of Time Bradley Cooper 02:52 5.96 MB
Maybe It's Time Bradley Cooper 02:39 5.51 MB
Why Did You Do That? Lady Gaga 03:04 6.35 MB
Heal Me Lady Gaga 03:16 6.73 MB
Diggin' My Grave Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper 03:57 8.02 MB
Memphis (Dialogue) Cast 00:24 1.32 MB
Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Dialogue) Cast 00:42 1.84 MB
I'll Never Love Again (Extended Version) Lady Gaga 05:28 10.81 MB
Digital Booklet - A Star Is Born Bradley Cooper & Lady Gaga 00:00 7.62 MB
SNL (Dialogue) Cast 00:13 970.94 KB
Too Far Gone Bradley Cooper 01:26 3.41 MB
Hair Body Face Lady Gaga 03:22 6.96 MB
La Vie en Rose Lady Gaga 02:59 6.25 MB
I Don't Know What Love Is Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper 02:57 6.22 MB
Look What I Found Lady Gaga 02:55 5.97 MB
Scene 98 Cast 00:34 1.61 MB
Unbelievable (Dialogue) Cast 00:28 1.44 MB
I Love You (Dialogue) Cast 00:19 1.16 MB
Intro Cast 00:20 1.18 MB
The album Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born Soundtrack contains 34 tracks that accumulates 01:09:59 minutes or 158.93 MB
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A short description:
For their retelling of the classic A Star Is Born tale—fading celebrity meets ingénue, passes torch—writer/director Bradley Cooper and costar Lady Gaga had to do a little role reversal. Gaga makes her first turn as a leading lady (big-voiced, fresh-faced singer Ally), while Cooper both directs and sings (aging country-rocker Jackson Maine) for the first time. It turns out that Cooper is just as impressive a singer as Gaga is an actress, and the intense dynamic between the two leads is present from the start.
As Gaga told Beats 1 host Zane Lowe, the pair first huddled around the piano in her Malibu home to practice a Creedence Clearwater Revival song, and she was stunned when she first heard his singing voice. “Instantly we started to harmonize, and we were looking at each other and laughing, and it was just this magical experience.” Cooper claims the inspiration for his character came from Eddie Vedder; Gaga merely needed to look in the mirror, drawing on bittersweet memories of her pre-fame days as Stefani Germanotta, busking outside of bars on Manhattan's Lower East Side. “I was so bullied and so insecure and so depressed, and that is what I drew from,” she recalled.
That vulnerability is on display in the movie's central number, “Shallow,” a power ballad that comes closest to Gaga’s usual recorded fare. The rest of the soundtrack encompasses country-rockers (“Diggin’ My Grave”), Carole King-style piano bops (“Look What I Found”), and slow-dance duets (“Music to My Eyes”). This wide variety of Broadway-ready cues is the product of a dream team of songwriters, including Natalie Hemby, Hillary Lindsey, Jason Isbell, Lori McKenna, Julia Michaels, Lukas Nelson, and Mark Ronson.
But what grounds it all is Gaga's and Cooper's star power, and their natural flair for the dramatic. The day they filmed the movie's climactic piano torch song, "I'll Never Love Again," Gaga rushed from the soundstage to her friend Sonya’s bedside at the hospital; she passed away that day, after a long struggle with cancer. At the urging of Sonya's husband, Gaga drove right back to set and poured everything she was feeling into that performance. “I sang that song for Jackson,” she told Zane, “and for her.”