Amazon Prime Video and Hello Sunshine Production dance us into a rugged, musical hour road trip adapted from Taylor Jenkins Reid’s New York Times best-selling novel Daisy Jones and the Six, which follows an early 1970s rock band, Daisy Jones and the Six’s rise to fame, and the band’s evitable breakup.
From a page-turning novel to an onscreen rock-n-rock music drama, Daisy Jones and the Six dance us into a decade of wide-leg denim, short pants, midriff tops, fur collar jackets to filling us with Carole King to Aerosmith, and much more, plus soundtrack complete with original songs of Daisy Jones and the Six.
Let’s revisit the most standout original songs from Prime Video’s rock-n-roll tale Daisy Jones and the Six.
#1 “Look At Us Now (Honeycomb”)
Forty thousand times plays on Spotify since the series and official soundtrack were released, and in episode three, dance us in the duet of Daisy Jones (Riley Keough) and Billy Dunne (Sam Claflin) belt out the sound-biting lyrics to this spine-shivering track syncing together the vocals of Keough and Claflin.
#2 “Let Me Down Easy”
The next track leaves anticipation before Keough’s character, Daisy sings the first lyrics in the beginning verse and Clafin enters in on the second verse. This finger-tapping song provides a clear, visual storytelling narration between the on-screen chemistry of Keough as Daisy Jones and Clafin as Billy Dunne.
In a few episodes, this track plays as a background filler with the direction focused on Daisy and Billy in the recording studio without any dialogue, but still letting us know in a visual and audio storytelling sense.
#4 More Fun to Miss
This next track stands out and provides narration as ‘‘Let Me Down Easy’’ of the characters Daisy and Billy’s complicated musical partnership, but injects a wink at the audience about Daisy and Billy.
#5 Regret Me
From the lead guitar strung in combined with a bass sound to Keough and Billy’s vocals syncing together on the first lyric while Keough as Daisy Jones jive her shoulders to the beat of this song and eyes stare at Billy.
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