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- Posted on Oct 13th 2009 11:00AM by Pat Pemberton
The blend of music and drama is expected to help both 'NCIS,' which features music from top acts as a major component of the show, and the performers, who gain exposure to a wide audience -- an estimated 20 million viewers per week. Originally, shows like 'Miami Vice' -- and, later, 'The O.C.' and 'Grey's Anatomy' -- purchased the rights to music that appeared on the artists's albums and used it for the soundtrack. 'NCIS' takes a different approach, acquiring exclusives that are often heard for the first time on the show.
"You have the sort of unveiling going on week after week on the show," Jenkins says. "Before the season even begins, CBS Records trolls its artists to see who has new music they can offer "NCIS. We send the tracks as we get them."
Here is the tracklist for the compilation, which is scheduled for release on Nov. 3.
1. Bob Dylan, 'California'
2. Norah Jones, 'That's What I Said'
3. Joss Stone, 'Every Time I Turn Around'
4. Sick Puppies, 'That Time of Year'
5. Sharon Little, 'Genie in My Dreams'
6. John Mellencamp, 'Someday the Rains Will Fall'
7. Sheryl Crow, 'Murder In My Heart'
8. Keaton Simons, 'Grim Reaper'
9. Otis Redding, 'I've Got Dreams to Remember'
10. Michael Weatherly, 'Bitter and Blue'
11. Saosin, 'Move Slow'
12. Tom Lehrer, 'The Elements'