Anywhere I Lay My Head

Anywhere I Lay My Head

by Scarlett Johansson

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/27/2008
Label: Imports
UPC: 0081227992583
catalogNumber: 1346062
Rank: 55696

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Scarlett Johansson   Primary Artist
David Bowie   Vocals
David Farrell   Tambourine,Triangle
Stuart Bogie   Saxophone,Bass Harmonica
Sean Antanaitis   Organ,Synthesizer,Banjo,Guitar,Piano,Electric Piano,Tambourine,Kalimba,Bells,Vibes,Pump Organ,bass pedals,Music Box,Guitorgan,Wind Chimes,Bowls
David Andrew Sitek   Synthesizer,Acoustic Guitar,Drums,Vocals,Kalimba,Sampling
Tunde Adebimpe   Vocals,Loops
Jaleel Bunton   Synthesizer,Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Electric Piano,Slide Guitar
Martin Perna   Flute,Saxophone
Chris Moore   Synthesizer
Korey Richey   Acoustic Guitar,Piano,Tambourine,Vocals,Bells,Rainstick

Technical Credits

Tom Waits   Composer
Kathleen Brennan   Composer
William A. Welch   Liner Notes
David Andrew Sitek   Composer,Producer,Engineer,drum machine
Chris Moore   Engineer
Scarlett Johansson   Composer

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Anywhere I Lay My Head 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Is that a robot or a cat? I'm sorry but this album is horrible. Even the music isn't appealing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm scared for Scarlett. I never really liked her as a actress, and this just makes it worse. I'm scared that she'll be on Best Week Ever every week and they'll make fun of her. The show is incredibly funny, and it's like Scarlett made this album just so she would be mentioned on the show each week. Alternitive is not for Scarlett, neither is this buisness. She is not making a very good name for herself. Not at all.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this was the most outstanding album it should def. get a grammy!!!...im so excited i stole it from work and couldnt wait to listen to it and now its mine....forever!!!...scarlett you go girl...!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was really surprised when I listened to this album for the first time. It's very original and has a sound unlike no other. Some of the best songs include "Song For Jo", "I Wish I Was In New Orleans" and the title track. Scarlett's voice works well with the music, even if it's not the best out there. "Anywhere I Lay My Head" is worth a listen.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album sounded pyschedelic and is strangly disturbing. It is very haunting.This is unlike anything I've ever heard before. However, I have to give credit to Scarlett Johanson for making such an original sounding record.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For those of you that have heard Johansson's version of "Summertime" -- don't expect this album to follow along the same lines. Rather than singing in the blues-inspired, jazzy tone she clearly possesses, Johansson uses the sultrier hues of her voice as she meanders her way through these songs. Occasionally it sounds almost as if she is speaking in rhythm rather than singing. In all, this is an interesting album with a great deal of potential -- so long as the public puts aside their view of the actress as a mere sex symbol and accepts the multi-talented and quirky Scarlett Johansson that Woody Allen knows and clearly appreciates.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love scarlett but I do not think her vocals match up to her acting ability. She should keep her day job.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago