Music from Mad Men’s Closing Credits

Undoubtedly, the soundtrack is one of the best parts of the Mad Men series. Some of the period classics became absolutely essential ingredients of the show. Everybody who has a heart for the fifties’ and sixties’ Jazz, Swing, Soul and Country genres is certainly going to enjoy these songs, which are – unfortunately – too rarely heard nowadays:

S1/E01: Vic Damone – On The Street Where You Live
S1/E02: The Cardigans – Great Divide
S1/E03: Bobby Vinton – P.S. I Love You
S1/E04: Ella Fitzgerald & The Buddy Bregman Orchestra – Manhattan
S1/E06: Rosemary Clooney – Botch-A-Me (2004 Digital Remaster)
S1/E08: (Unknown) – (Give Me That) Old-Time Religion
S1/E09: Bobby Helms – My Special Angel
S1/E11: Julie London – Fly Me To The Moon
S1/E13: Bob Dylan – Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright
S2/E02: George McGregor & The Bronzettes – Temptation Is Hard to Fight
S2/E03: Jack Jones – Lollipops and Roses
S2/E07: Brenda Lee – Break it to Me Gently
S2/E08: Peter, Paul & Mary – Early in the Morning
S2/E09: Marilyn Monroe – I’m Through with Love
S2/E10: The Tornadoes – Telstar
S2/E11: Johnny Mathis – What’ll I Do?
S2/E12: George Jones – Cup Of Loneliness
S3/E03: Ben Webster – Memories Of You
S3/E06: Bob Dylan – Song To Woody
S3/E07: Ernie Ford – Sixteen Tons
S3/E08: Bobby Van & Kay Coulter – There’s A Small Hotel
S3/E09: Nnenna Freelon – Prelude To A Kiss
S3/E11: Oliver! – Where Is Love?
S3/E12: Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World
S3/E13: Roy Orbison – Shahdaroba
S4/E01: The Nashville Teens – Tobacco Road
S4/E02: Teresa Brewer – I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
S4/E05: Doris Day – I Enjoy Being a Girl
S4/E06: Skeeter Davis – The Ladder of Success
S4/E07: Simon & Garfunkel – Bleecker Street
S4/E10: Santo & Johnny – Do You Want To Know A Secret
S4/E11: Jim Reeves – Welcome to My World
S4/E12: Etta James – Trust In Me
S4/E13: Sonny and Cher – I Got You Babe
S5/E02: Dusty Springfield – You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me
S5/E03: (Sound of Music) – Sixteen Going on Seventeen
S5/E04: The Crystals – He Hit Me (It Felt Like A Kiss)
S5/E05: Ludwig van Beethoven – Symphony No. 9 in D Minor
S5/E08: The Beatles – Tomorrow Never Knows
S5/E09: Maurice Chevalier – “Sweepin’ The Clouds Away”
S5/E10: Nellie McKay – Christmas Waltz
S5/E11: The Kinks – You Really Got Me
S5/E12: The Lovin’ Spoonful – Butchie’s Tune
S5/E13: Nancy Sinatra – You Only Live Twice
S6/E01: Frederic Chopin – Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, No. 2
S6/E02: Elvis Presley – Hawaiian Wedding Song
S6/E03: Bing Crosby – Just a Gigolo
S6/E05: Paul Mauriat – Love Is Blue
S6/E06: Les Baxter & 101 Strings Orchestra – Tropicando
S6/E07: Friend & Lover – Reach Out Of The Darkness
S6/E08: The Mamas & The Papas – Words of Love
S6/E09: Lou Johnson – (There’s) Always Something There To Remind Me
S6/E10: Janis Joplin – Piece of My Heart
S6/E12: The Monkees – Porpoise Song
S6/E13: Judy Collins – Both Sides Now
S7/E01: Vanilla Fudge – You Keep Me Hangin’ On
S7/E02: The Zombies – This Will Be Our Year
S7/E03: The Jimi Hendrix Experience – If 6 Was 9
S7/E04: The Hollies – On a Carousel
S7/E05: Waylon Jennings – Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line
S7/E08: Peggy Lee – Is That All There Is?
S7/E09: Yves Montand – C’est si bon
S7/E10: Roberta Flack – The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
S7/E11: Dean Martin – Money Burns a Hole in My Pocket
S7/E12: David Bowie – Space Oddity
S7/E13: Buddy Holly – Everyday

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