Feud: Bette and Joan Soundtrack (

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Tags: joan crawford character, bette davis character, hedda hopper character
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Feud is an anthology series which dramatizes specific periods of real life feuds, focusing on one feud per season. In season one, the feud between legendary Hollywood actresses Joan Crawford and Bette Davis is presented. Although their mutual dislike is well known before their first and only professional collaboration on What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) which is at the seeming twilight of their professional lives as actresses, others around them may have their own motives for fueling that dislike. The two actresses may fall prey to those external machinations, despite both women needing to work together toward a common goal of a movie success and thus professional survival.

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Feud: Bette and Joan
The Sound of Silence - Acoustic Version
Rock You Like A Hurricane
You Need To Calm Down
Money In The Grave (Drake ft. Rick Ross)
If I Can't Have You
Only Human
bad guy
SOS (feat. Aloe Blacc)
Loco Contigo (feat. J. Balvin & Tyga)
Never Really Over
Mad Love
Piece Of Your Heart
I Don't Care (with Justin Bieber)
Someone You Loved
ME! (feat. Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco)
Glad He's Gone
Hold The Line (feat. A R I Z O N A)
Don't Call Me Up
Chase The Summer (feat. Jeremih)
I Can’t Get Enough (benny blanco, Selena Gomez, J Balvin, Tainy)
Sad Song (feat. TINI)
I Think I'm OKAY (with YUNGBLUD & Travis Barker)
Wow. - Remix
Rescue Me
Here With Me
I Believe
What I Like About You (feat. Theresa Rex)
Get Stüpid
Too Much
Fade Out
Good Things Fall Apart (with Jon Bellion)
All Day And Night
Highway to Heaven
Sunflower - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
all the good girls go to hell
Dancing With A Stranger (with Normani)
Future (with Quavo)
break up with your girlfriend, i'm bored
A Whole New World (End Title) - From "Aladdin"
If You Loved Me
Taki Taki (with Selena Gomez, Ozuna & Cardi B)
Tough Love (feat. Agnes, Vargas & Lagola)
i'm so tired...
Crave (with Swae Lee)
Con Calma
7 rings
Choose Sides (feat. AJ Tracey)
Contra La Pared
Feud: Bette and Joan – Main Titles
Mac Quayle: Performer
Mac Quayle: Performer
Finale Fanfare
Mac Quayle: Performer
I Want to Act
Mac Quayle: Performer
Baby Jane Book
Mac Quayle: Performer
Shopping the Movie
Mac Quayle: Performer
The Contracts
Mac Quayle: Performer
Mac Quayle: Performer
Bette Becomes Baby Jane
Mac Quayle: Performer
No Bad Angles
Mac Quayle: Performer
Mac Quayle: Performer
Bob & Bette
Mac Quayle: Performer
Cocktail Party
Mac Quayle: Performer
Five More Years*
Mac Quayle: Performer
Feud: Bette and Joan – End Credits
Mac Quayle: Performer
A Day at the Beach
Mac Quayle: Performer
Close the Door
Mac Quayle: Performer
This Awful Silence
Mac Quayle: Performer
No Offers
Mac Quayle: Performer
Mac Quayle: Performer
Oscar Day
Mac Quayle: Performer
The Winner Is*
Mac Quayle: Performer
Selling Cousin Charlotte
Mac Quayle: Performer
Stag Picture*
Mac Quayle: Performer
One Take Wonder
Mac Quayle: Performer
My First Wedding*
Mac Quayle: Performer
Tombstone Photoshoot*
Mac Quayle: Performer
Mac Quayle: Performer
The Brows Are Mine
Mac Quayle: Performer
The Best Mother
Mac Quayle: Performer
Feud: Bette and Joan – Epilogue
Mac Quayle: Performer

User reviews

Mark Carter

The use of period-appropriate music in the series helps to immerse the audience in the glamorous world of old Hollywood. The soundtrack transports viewers to the 1960s and sets the tone for the era in which the feud between Crawford and Davis takes place.

Kimberly Garcia

The use of classical orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to the series, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

David Mitchell

The diversity of musical styles in the soundtrack reflects the multifaceted personalities of Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, adding depth and dimension to their characters.

Joshua Wilson

The soundtrack's seamless integration with the storyline enhances the narrative flow and helps to establish the mood and tone of each scene.

Nancy Mitchell

The music effectively underscores the emotions and tensions between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, heightening the dramatic impact of their complex relationship.

George Davis

Steven Perez

The haunting and melancholic pieces in the soundtrack beautifully convey the inner struggles and vulnerabilities of the two iconic actresses, eliciting empathy from the audience.

Melissa Baker

The selection of songs from the 1960s era complements the period setting of the series, creating an authentic and immersive atmosphere for viewers.

Emily Hernandez

The use of classical music pieces in the soundtrack adds a layer of sophistication and elegance to the series, creating a contrast with the tumultuous relationship between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.