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[b]Pearl Jam[/b] frontman [b]Eddie Vedder[/b] has penned a song for [b]Julia Roberts[/b]’ new film [i]Eat Pray Love[/i].

The track, [b]’Better Days'[/b], is the first single from the movie soundtrack, both due for release in the UK on September 20.

[b]’The Long Road'[/b], a song originally featured on the 1996 [b]Sean Penn[/b] flick [i]Dead Man Walking[/i] score for which [b]Vedder[/b] collaborated with the late [b]Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan[/b], also features on the album.

Music by [b]Marvin Gaye[/b], [b]Neil Young[/b], [b]Bebél Gilberto[/b], [b]João Gilberto[/b], [b]Josh Rouse[/b] and [b]Dario Marianelli[/b] is also featured on the [i]Eat Pray Love[/i] soundtrack.

The tracklisting is as follows:

[b]’Flight Attendant’ – Josh Rouse
‘Last Tango In Paris (Suite Pt. 2)’ – Gato Barbieri
‘Thank You (Fallettin Me Be Mice Elf Agin)’ – Sly & The Family Stone
‘Der Hölle Rache Kocht In Meinem Herzen’ from Die Zauberflöte (The Magic
Flute) – Wiener Philharmoniker, George Solti Conductor
‘Heart Of Gold’ – Neil Young
‘Kaliyugavaradana’ – U. Srinivas
‘The Long Road’ – Eddie Vedder (feat Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan)
‘Harvest Moon’ – Neil Young
‘Samba Da Bençáo’ – Bebél Gilberto
‘Wave’ – João Gilberto
‘Got To Give It Up (Part 1)’ – Marvin Gaye
‘’S Wonderful’ – João Gilberto
‘Better Days’ – Eddie Vedder
‘Attraversiamo’ – Dario Marianelli[/b]

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