Plenty of films have soundtracks that surpass the critical success of their movie, but the album for 'O Brother Where Art Thou' was a whole different monster. Not only did the record sell more than eight million copies worldwide, it won the 2001 Grammy Award for Album of the Year.

Recently, music producer/archivist T Bone Burnett sat down with HuffPost Culture to discuss his role in picking the music for the film, the process of recording it and, most importantly, whether George Clooney has a good voice.

A few of Burnett's choice quotes are below. If you are a big 'O Brother' fan (of the film or movie), head on over to HuffPost Culture to read the entire piece.
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