Joyful Noise Soundtrack Features Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton

Joyful Noise SoundtrackWaterTower Music just announced the track list for the Joyful Noise soundtrack CD set for release on January 10, 2012. Performers featured on the Joyful Noise soundtrack include Queen Latifah, Kirk Franklin, and Keke Palmer, with three original songs by Dolly Parton: “He’s Everything,” “Not Enough” and “From Here to the Moon and Back.”

Grammy winner Mervyn Warren produced and arranged all the songs on the soundtrack.

Joyful Noise Soundtrack List:

1. “Not Enough” – Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah
2. “Man In The Mirror” – Keke Palmer
3. “Maybe I’m Amazed” – Jeremy Jordan and Keke Palmer
4. “In Love” – Kirk Franklin
5. “Fix Me Jesus” – Queen Latifah
6. “From Here To The Moon And Back” – Dolly Parton, Kris Kristofferson and Jeremy Jordan
7. “I’m Yours” – Keke Palmer, DeQuina Moore and Angela Grovey
8. “Mighty High” – Karen Peck
9. “That’s The Way God Planned It” – Ivan Kelley, Jr.
10. “Higher Medley” – Queen Latifah, Dolly Parton, Keke Palmer, Jeremy Jordan, Andy Karl, Angela Grovey, and DeQuina Moore
11. “He’s Everything” – Queen Latifah, Dolly Parton, Keke Palmer, Jeremy Jordan, Andy Karl and DeQuina Moore
12. “Joyful Noise Suite” – Mervyn Warren

The Joyful Noise Plot:

The small town of Pacashau, Georgia, has fallen on hard times, but the people are counting on the Divinity Church Choir to lift their spirits by winning the National Joyful Noise Competition. The choir has always known how to sing in harmony, but the discord between its two leading ladies now threatens to tear them apart. Their newly appointed director, Vi Rose Hill (Latifah), stubbornly wants to stick with their tried-and-true traditional style, while the fiery G.G. Sparrow (Parton) thinks tried-and-true translates to tired-and-old. Shaking things up even more is the arrival of G.G.’s rebellious grandson, Randy (Jeremy Jordan). Randy has an ear for music, but he also has an eye for Vi Rose’s beautiful and talented daughter, Olivia (Keke Palmer), and the sparks between the two teenagers are causing even more friction between G.G. and Vi Rose. If these two strong-willed women can put aside their differences for the good of the people in their town, they—and their choir—may make the most joyful noise of all.

Source: WaterTower Music