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Mad Men Season 7 Song List

Updated on January 11, 2017
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This article lists all the songs heard in Season 7 of Mad Men (Links to the other seasons can be found below).

It details the episode the song appeared in, the title and artist of the song and a brief description of the scene it appeared in.

Unknown music will be referred to as "Unidentified song, music or original score".

Feel free to suggest mistakes and any songs missing from the list.

Mad Men Season 7 Poster
Mad Men Season 7 Poster | Source
Don meeting Megan at the airport
Don meeting Megan at the airport | Source

Season 7

The first seven episodes of season 7 are titled "The Beginning", with the second set of seven episodes titled "The End of An Era", set to air in 2015.

S07E01 Time Zones

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (First appearance of Joan in season 7)

"I'm A Man" by The Spencer Davis Group (Don arrives in Los Angeles where Megan is waiting to pick him up)

"Dream for Sale" by Paul Abler/Norman Wisdom (Unconfirmed song) (Don & Megan have dinner with Megan's agent Alan Silver in Los Angeles)

Unidentified piano music (Joan meets with Wayne Barnes from Butler Footwear)

Theme from "Lost Horizon (1937)" by Dimitri Tiomkin (Don watches the film on his new television)

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (Don & Megan making love & waking up)

"You Keep Me Hangin' On" by Vanilla Fudge (Peggy breaks down; Don sits out in the cold; end credits)

S07E01 Pop Culture Notes

- Megan has been auditioning for a part in NBC's Bracken's World (1969-1970)

- Don watches the beginning of the Frank Capra film Lost Horizon (1937)

- Don & Megan have the February 1969 issue of Playboy magazine in their L.A. apartment

S07E02 A Day's Work

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (Dawn updates Don about the work at SC&P and then leaves him alone in his apartment)

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (Sally arriving at and leaving SC&P)

"Elenore" by The Turtles (Don & Sally talk in the car)

"Your Name and Mine" by The Acorns (Don & Sally at the diner) (

"This Will Be Our Year" by The Zombies (Don brings Sally home; end credits)

S07E03 Field Trip

"Scheherazade, Op. 35: I. The Sea and Sinbad's Ship" by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (Playing while Don watches a scene from the movie "Model Shop" (1969) at a movie theatre)

"Return to Montana" by the Pete Moore Orchestra (Betty & Francine at lunch)

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (Don leaves Roger's apartment after organising his return to the office & meeting Sherry)

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (Don returns to the office)

"If 6 Was 9" by The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Don agrees to terms; end credits)

S07E04 The Monolith

Unidentified piano music (Pete & Bonnie at dinner)

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (Playing as Don goes into work at various points in the episode)

"On A Carousel" by The Hollies (Don gets back to work; end credits)

S07E05 The Runaways

"You've Made Me So Very Happy" by Blood, Sweat & Tears (Played on the vinyl record player at Megan's party)

Unknown song (Betty & Henry host a political function)

"Dixie/Dixie's Land/I Wish I Was In Dixie" American folk song (Played briefly at Megan's party by the musicians to a chorus of boos)

"Petite Fleur" by Sidney Bechet (Performed by musicians at Megan's party; Megan dances with one of her male friends; Harry arrives at the party with a date)

"How Much Can A Man Take?" by Big John Hamilton (Don & Harry have a drink at a bar) ()

"Abendlich strahlt der Sonne Auge" by George London & the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, from the Opera Dhas Rheingold (Betty smoking and reading the paper in the kitchen as Henry arrives home)

"Savoy" by Jules Ruben (Don walks into the Algonquin hotel to interrupt a meeting)

"Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line" by Waylon Jennings (Don hails a cab; end credits)

S07E06 The Strategy

"The End of a Party" by Manfred Minnich (Joan and Bob conversation; first song)

"Forever and Ever" by Terry Day (Joan and Bob conversation; second song)

"Maria Elena" by Los Indios Trabajares (Don & Peggy talk in the office, before they start dancing)

"My Way" by Frank Sinatra (Don & Peggy dance)

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (Don, Pete & Peggy sit down to eat at Burger Chef; end credits)

(Note: The end credits song seems to resemble Jean Constantin's score to the final scene of The 400 Blows (1959) by Francois Truffaut)

S07E07 Waterloo

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (Don & Jim Cutler argue; Don rounds up the partner's)

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (Peggy & Julio scene)

"Unidentified original score" by David Carbonara (Towards the end of Don & Megan's phone call)

"The Carousel" by David Carbonara (Sally smokes a cigarette out in the yard)

"The Best Things in Life Are Free" from the 1920s Ray Henderson-Buddy DeSylva musical "Good News", covered by Jack Hylton in 1928, and various artists including The Ink Spots, Sam Cooke, Bing Crosby & Frank Sinatra, performed by Robert Morse (Bert singing; end credits)

S07E08 Severance

"I Just Found Out About Love" by John Pizzarelli (Diner scene) (Unconfirmed song)

"More of Five" by John Douglas Horler (Don with a blonde at his apartment)

"The Men of Sterling Cooper" by David Carbonara (Joan waits for a meeting with Don)

"Summer Getaways" by Charles Berman (Diner scene, before Don and the waitress meet in the alley)

"You've Got What I Like" by Christopher Blue (Back in the diner after the alley scene)

"Smoke and Dreams" by Otto Sieben (Department store scene with Joan)

"Parlami" by Bruno Bertoli (Peggy & Stevie date)

"Italian Romance" by Steve Carter (Second scene with Peggy & Stevie) (Alternatively "Romanza Italiana" by Christian Seguret)

"Sunday Girl" by The Franz Deuber Orchestra (Last diner scene before the end credits)

"Is That All There Is" by Peggy Lee (First scene, Don and the fur coat model; end credits)

S07E09 New Business

"It Takes Two" by Tony Osborne (Don in a Japanese restaurant to meet Diana)

"Golddigger" by Jay Ramsey (Pima in Stan's office)

"The Train" by The Souls (Don and Pete drive to a client meeting)

"A Shallow Sparrow" by Unknown artist (Stan and Pima in the darkroom)

"C'est si bon" by Yves Montand (Don in his empty apartment; end credits)

S07E10 The Forecast

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (Opening scene; scene with Joan in L.A.)

"Your Smiling Face" by Unknown artist (Glenn visits Betty)

"The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" by Roberta Flack (Don outside his apartment; End credits)

S07E11 Time & Life

"Cherry Brandy" by Unknown artist (First scene with Ken, Pete and Don)

"For Immediate Release" by David Carbonara (Don, Roger, Pete, Joan & Ted leave the meeting room)

"Please Come On To Me" by The Clovers (Bar scene with Don, Joan, Roger, Pete & Ted)

"Stranger On The Shore" by Acker Bilk (Peggy & Stan talk about life)

"I Love So Much About You" by Unknown artist (Bar scene with Don and Roger)

"Money Burns A Hole In My Pocket" by Dean Martin (End credits)

S07E12 Lost Horizon

"Theme from McCloud" by The Bruce Baxter Orchestra (Peggy watches the show)

Unknown song (Roger plays some spooky organ music)

"Sealed With A Kiss" by Brian Hyland (Don driving and hallucinating)

"Hi Lili Hi Lo" Robin Spielberg (Roger plays organ music, Peggy skates)

"Lipstick" by David Carbonara (Peggy's walk into the McCann office)

"Space Oddity' by David Bowie (End credits)

S07E13 The Milk and Honey Route

"Okie from Muskogee" (Down Every Road Version) by Merle Haggard & The Stranger (First scene, Don driving)

Unidentified original score by David Carbonara (Don sees a beautiful woman by the pool)

"Harbor Lights" by The Platters (Don fixes the typewriter for Sharon)

"I Like To Dance The Swedish Waltz" by The Morrie Morrison Orchestra Featuring Alan Stanley (First song at the veteran's meeting)

"Our World" by Johnny Tillotson (Second scene at the veteran's meeting, Don meets Jerry)

Unknown song (Third scene, Floyd's war story)

"Over There" by George M. Cohan, American war anthem (The veteran's sing)

Original score by David Carbonara (Betty's letter to Sally)

"Everyday" by Buddy Holly (Don at the bus stop; end credits)

S07E14 Person to Person

"Hello, I Love You" by The Doors (Don brings the car into the garage)

"Benashaw Glenn" by Bobby Welch (During Don and Sally's phone call)

"Some Ways Too Soon" by Rashid Lanie (Ken and Joan restaurant scene)

"Christmas Without You" by the Yuletide Orchestra (Unconfirmed song) (Peggy and Joan restaurant scene)

"I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing" by The Cola Singers (The coca-cola ad before the end credits)

"Person to Person" by David Carbonara (Montage of various characters; End credits)

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      Surroundsilence 17 months ago

      A couple more to add:

      The Strategy- Joan and Bob conversation at her apartment (second song): Forever and Ever by Terry Day

      Season 6 : The Other Woman - Freddy and Peggy at diner The End of a Party by Manfred Minnich

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      charliecrews38 17 months ago from Melbourne, Australia

      thanks Craig, I've added it, yea I thought it might have appeared in The Suitcase as well

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      Craig 17 months ago

      Charlie,

      The Carbonara track "For Number Four and Anna" is in "Blowing Smoke" (the scene where Midge sells Don her painting titled 'Number Four'). Not sure why Anna is mentioned in the title, but there you go.

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      charliecrews38 17 months ago from Melbourne, Australia

      @CMB It's called Betty's Ride from Mad Men Original Score Vol. 1, it can be heard in season 2 episode 3 the benefactor

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      CMB 17 months ago

      I have a question from the Retrospective soundtrack. In Score Suite 1 I'm haing trouble nailing down the second peice that starts at 1:13.

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      bzosa 17 months ago

      The song that plays in the restaurant before Don and Diana head out back (reported here as Summer Getaways) is Return to Montana by the Pete Moore Orchestra that also played in the background when Betty and Francine were having lunch in Episode 3 of Season 7.

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      charliecrews38 18 months ago from Melbourne, Australia

      Thanks for the additions Craig, you're correct about a little kiss not being in waterloo, the mad men version of gimme that old time religion is on my youtube channel on the season 3 playlist but I'm not sure if shazam would know the artist, my email is charliecrews818@gmail.com if you have an audio file, cheers

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      Craig 18 months ago

      Sorry for the double-post. Two other quick things:

      1) Charlie - I haven't been able to figure out how to post an audio file of the DVD menu music here in the comments, nor have I been able to find a way to email it to you. Let me know if there's a way I can get it to you. My inability to ID it is killing me.

      2) Matt Weiner says on the audio commentary for the series finale that Carbonara's "Person to Person" cue was actually written to be used during the moon landing in "Waterloo," but Weiner felt it was "too much" for that moment. Good thing he saved it!

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      Craig 18 months ago

      I've been trying to identify the performers of the classical music pieces used in the show. It turns out that, in contrast to most aspects of the show, Matt Weiner is not super-attentive to selecting period-specific recordings of classical pieces. Here are the artists I have ID'ed:

      - 1.03. "Marriage of Figaro" - Le Nozze di Figaro, K.492: Voi Che Sapete—Michelle Breedt

      - 2.04. "Three Sundays" - BWV 140: Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme—Hans-Dieter Weber

      - 5.05. "Signal 30" - Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, “Choral”: IV—La Sinfónica va al Cine (Charlie - you incorrectly have this listed as being by Herbert von Karajan. While von Karajan did perform the second movement of the symphony as played on Pete's stereo earlier in the episode - a rare period-proper performance! - the end credits version is this rather ominous recording)

      6.01. "The Doorway, Part 1" - Nocturne in E Flat Minor, Op. 9, No. 2—Patrick Demenga & Gérard Wyss (starts with solo violin, possibly played by the actress playing Sally's friend, but fades into this version when Don and Megan approach the elevators)

      6.03. "Collaborators" - Casta Diva (from Norma)—George Wilson, arr., from Chapell Production Music, Opera: Religious Choral Class 010 (it was VERY tough finding this version online)

      7.03. "Field Trip" - Scheherazade, Op. 35: I. The Sea and Sinbad’s Ship—POSSIBLY Herbert von Karajan (Not certain about this one. It's from the soundtrack for the film 'Model Shop,' which Don watches in a theater. I couldn't find info on the version, and Shazam doesn't recognize it -- but von Karajan was hugely popular in the era, his recording of Beethoven's 9th was used in "Signal 30," and this version sounds a LOT like his recording to my ear. Thoughts?).

      Also, "A Little Kiss" most certainly does NOT appear in "Waterloo." The poster was correct that the Don/Megan theme which originated in "Chinese Wall" and "Tomorrowland" (and also appeared in the EPISODE "A Little Kiss") is used in that scene. However, that (very beautiful) piece is currently unreleased, and is VERY different from "A Little Kiss."

      Also, contrary to what Nol said, my U.S. DVD and Blu Ray of the episode "A Little Kiss" present the episode as one long piece, and the only credits music is "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" - the track "A Little Kiss" does not appear in the credits. However, Nol clearly REALLY knows what (s)he's talking about - Nol, do you have a DVD release from a different country which splits the episode in two?.

      Finally, does anyone (Nol?) know the name of the artist singing "Gimme That Old Time Religion" at the end of 1.08? I want to know in the interest of OCD, but also because it's SUCH a fun version.

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      charliecrews38 18 months ago from Melbourne, Australia

      Hi Joecap, been keeping busy in our Aussie Autumn, don't have much time to oversee this page but thanks for keeping the comments and questions going, I put up playlists of all known songs in order of appearance for each season on my YouTube channel a while back, just saying, but having all songs in one giant playlist seems like a good idea if you want non-stop mad men music for several days, thanks for the link, sometime I will have to best that playlist with my own one, as for Craig and the menu music, if you could record the menu music we might know it, cheers

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      JoeCap 18 months ago

      BTW, here is the link to the YouTube site with all the songs...

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phnIXtJBI5E&li...

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      JoeCap 18 months ago

      Hello Charlie...

      I know it's been a long time but I hope all is going well for you on the other side of the planet!!

      Thanks to Craig for adding more to the list.

      And, for what it's worth, I was on YouTube last week and discovered that someone listed all or most of the songs -- in order!!! -- on his site. Naturally, when I scrolled down, YouTube already deleted some of them but it was very interesting to be able to see and hear them in order.

      As to Craig's question above, I would suggest you go to the YouTube location that I noted and check out the list.

      Also, there are several books and CD compilations that came out in late 2015 on Amazon. And, a 1,000+ page book from Matthew Weiner is due out in September. It would be nice if someone came out with a complete CD compilation of all the songs.

      Oh well, hope all is well with you in Aussieland!!

      G'day, mate!! ;-)

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      Craig 18 months ago

      Since a final Carbonara release seems sadly non-imminent, I will note that "Score Suite 2" from the 'Retrospective' album contains the following otherwise unreleased tracks: end credits music from "To Have and to Hold" (6.04), threesome scene from "The Runaways" (7.05), and end credits from "Person to Person" (7.14, series finale).

      Does anyone know which Carbonara track provides the menu music for the "Final Season Part 1" DVD menus? It sounds incredibly obvious, but I can't place it, and it's driving me mad.

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      charliecrews38 21 months ago from Melbourne, Australia

      I think it might be one of those soundtrack only tracks like derby celebration from season 3, let me know if you find any other songs, thanks

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      Craig 21 months ago

      Sorry, Charlie - I've been wracking my brain (and checking various scenes on Netflix), but I can't think of where "A Girl Can Dream" might have been used. I'll definitely reply here if it comes to me, though.

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      charliecrews38 21 months ago from Melbourne, Australia

      greetings Craig, thanks for the additions which I have added to each page, I would be interested to know if you know where "A Girl Can Dream" by David Carbonara appears in the show, I haven't watched season 1 and 2 in a while and I don't remember hearing it in the show, in regards to your comprehensive playlist, I assume it will primarily include music that has been released and identified as it might be difficult to pinpoint the exact artist for every piece of incidental/background music, cheers and good luck

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      Craig 21 months ago

      Charlie,

      Thank you for this great resource! I've been rewatching the show, and the urge suddenly struck me to put together a comprehensive playlist of music used on the show. Your site is a terrific tool.

      I think I can help you with a couple of minor IDs:

      - Carbonara's "The Snows of Yesteryear" from the 'Original Score, Vol. 1' album pops up in "The Benefactor" (S2.E3). It's the soundtrack for the French movie Don is watching (the movie has a narrator reading a Villon poem which includes the line, "Where is the snow of yesteryear?"). (This is interesting because Weiner has claimed this is a real, obscure French movie which no MM fan has been able to identify; since the cue was composed by Carbonara, my suspicion that Weiner is yanking our chain is all but confirmed).

      - You have "Lights Out listed as an "extra track" for "Public Relations" and "Hands and Knees." It definitely appears in both - in the former when Don puts the kids to bed, and in the latter when Don spoons Faye after telling her his real identity. (Carbonara says on the audio commentary that he also used the cue in "The Beautiful Women" when Don puts Sally to bed, but it sounds to me like a different recording of the piece with lighter instrumentation).

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      charliecrews38 2 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      Thanks for your contributions JoeCap and nol, I really enjoyed the last episode, its sad to see such a great show end, I knew that David Carbonara would provide something brilliant for the last episode, this site will remain open indefinitely and will hopefully continue to be used as a resource

      thanks to everyone who has ever visited this site so far, cheers

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      nol 2 years ago

      That track that plays Peggy Joan is not Piano Nocturne, though I saw that in the cc as well. It's the same track that plays in Ladies Room when Don and Betty are eating at a restaurant and is called Christmas Without You by the Yuletide Orchestra to the best of my knowledge. The trouble is it's impossible to find in digital format. Ken and Joan is Some Ways Too Soon by Rashid Lanie, which has appeared in the series twice before.

      Below is my final list of tracks missing. I know what everything else is and might post a complete list (and I include Times of Your Life too) at some point. 34 tracks missing + Season 6-7 Carbonara. If anyone discovers what any of these are you know what to do. The first HoJo track from Far Away Places has been particularly annoying me.

      Ladies Room - Don Betty restaurant (piano, Christmas Without You?)

      The Marriage of Figaro - Betty Francine kitchen (muzak), Beginning of party (jazz)

      Red in the Face - Betty at grocery store (muzak)*

      The Hobo Code - Don Midge etc. #3 (jazz, Bunny Hop)*

      Shoot - Betty waiting room (muzak), Betty photo shoot (latin brass)*

      The Wheel - Pete Trudy's dad (muzak)*

      The Gold Violin - Ken at Sal's #1 (jazz), Drapers Barretts at function #2 (cocktail jazz), Drapers Barretts at function #3 (cocktail jazz)

      A Night to Remember - Sally ballerina (classical piano)

      Out of Town - Don Sal etc. restaurant #2 (piano)

      Love Among the Ruins - Drapers Prices restaurant (piano)

      My Old Kentucky Home - Joan Greg etc. apartment (piano)

      Seven Twenty Three - Betty Henry diner #2 (jazz), Don gets home (Three Blind Mice)

      Souvenir - Pete plays stereo (jazz)

      Wee Small Hours - Betty Carla kitchen (muzak)

      The Summer Man - Betty ladies room (strings)

      Signal 30 - Don madam brothel (jazz)*

      Far Away Places - Don Megan Howard Johnson's #1 (muzak)-same-Don Howard Johnson's #1 (muzak), Don Howard Johnson's #4 (muzak)*

      At the Codfish Ball - at the codfish ball #1 (cocktail jazz), at the codfish ball #2 (cocktail jazz)*

      Dark Shadows - Peggy Ginsberg office (classical)*

      The Other Woman - Peggy Freddy diner (muzak)*

      The Doorway #2 - Abe headphones (jazz)*

      Collaborators - Don Rosens restaurant #1 (classical)*

      For Immediate Release - Don Megan Jaguar dealer restaurant (piano)*

      Time Zones - Roger daughter restaurant (harp)*

      A Day's Work - Sally & friends dormroom (rock song)*

      New Business - Stan Pima darkroom (jazz, A Shallow Sparrow?)*

      The Milk and Honey Route - Pete Learjet dinner (piano)*

      Person to Person - Joan Peggy restaurant (piano, Christmas Without You?)

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      Hi Charlie,

      Sadly, Mad Men has ended.

      Hopefully, you will keep your website open so that we can continue to update it.

      Here are a few updates to your list above for Episode 14, Person to Person:

      The correct spelling of the song by Bobby Welch is Benashaw Glenn. It is available for download on Amazon.

      Next, there is soft, tingle jazz playing in the restaurant with Ken and Joan at :17.

      Next, the instrumental song playing when Peggy and Joan get together in the restaurant is Piano Nocturne. It is noted in the closed captions @ :39. Of course, there are only @ 1,000 available for download on Amazon. :-(

      Finally, before this last episode opens, Times of Your Life by Paul Anka plays. You may not want to add it to your list, but I am adding it to mine.

      Thanks, again, for the best website for songs from Mad Men episodes. And, props too for nol's over-the-top contributions!!

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      Thanks for the song list for episode 13.

      I had them all except Our World.

      And, All Right Now was one of my favorites back in my mid-teen years!!!

      It would make for an interesting denouement.

      Bring on the final episode!!! :)

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      charliecrews38 2 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      i've added the theme from McCloud as requested

      i'm hoping that by the end we'll see donald draper unravel and part ways with advertising, and the return of dick whitman, as for the last song I predict it will be something brilliant by David Carbonara, I think it might be too difficult to choose a pop song to end such an iconic series, alternatively something by simon & garfunkel, or all right now by free

      but you never know, the show may end sometime after the early 70s

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      Thanks for the update, nol...

      The song Roger is playing on the organ @ :59 is Hi Lily Hi Lo.

      And, though C-Crews doesn't deem it necessary to post, the opening theme to the hit TV show McCloud was playing on the TV @:11.

      And, I already predicted what the last song will be (Hang On To Your Life by the Guess Who) in the post above from last year. So, I guess the bet is on!

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      nol 2 years ago

      My understanding is that the credits song in Lost Horizon was Space Oddity by David Bowie.

      Bet this whole thing is kind of going in a circle. Don winds up in CA with Stephanie and Freda Payne Band of Gold will be the last song.

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      ohhh, and props to Surroundsilence for the "Your Smiling Face- Norman Candler & The Magic Strings" reference in Episode 10, "The Forecast"! Just found it on Amazon Mp3.

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      Thanks for all the updates {Or, should I say "Grazie per tutti gli aggiornamenti"} - especially the hit from the Clovers that I should have recognized from 723!!!

      And, thanks for the other sites to search for music. The APM site is interesting. I typically use the AllMusic site.

      Bring on "Lost Horizon".

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      Revol 2 years ago

      Hi, I see you have missed an excerpt from "The Men of Sterling Cooper" in 7x08 - Severance when Don finds Joan waiting for him and he says "Are you auditioning?". That fugue is one of my all time faves from the Mad Men OST, it's so good and so season ONE that made me feel all that nostalgia...

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      bzosa 2 years ago

      @nol I went back and watched the scene. You are correct. The accordion music in the background in the beginning is not Santa Lucia. I do not recognize it. The accordion music at the table at the end of the scene is Santa Lucia.

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      nol 2 years ago

      Is it all Santa Lucia in that scene? Seems like there's another song and then then the guy played SL at the table.

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      bzosa 2 years ago

      @nol Santa Lucia was easy. I'm of Italian descent. It's in my blood :)

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      nol 2 years ago

      Blah dunno if that posted or not why does that happen

      @Surroundsilence

      I use the VLC media player for that, the latest version has something called simple karaoke filter under tools, if you need more guidance than that let me know. Also find that Shazam works better but if you want to have a go at those with Soundhound that's maybe not a terrible idea.

      @bzosa

      That's the second track played at Sal's, I'm 95% there's another one before it. Good catch on Santa Lucia by the way, think the track itself is APM.

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      nol 2 years ago

      @Surroundsilence

      I use the VLC media player to do that, the latest version has a simple karaoke filter under Tools somewhere. If you decide to do this and need specific guidance let me know.

      @Bzosa

      That's the second track played at Sal's, I'm about 95% there's one before that. By the way, good ear on Santa Lucia, the track is APM I think.

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      bzosa 2 years ago

      @JoeCap The music in the bar Time & Life is Please Come On To Me by The Clovers. It played earlier during the motel scene in Seven Twenty Three. It's available on YouTube.

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      bzosa 2 years ago

      @nol On Tunefind they report the music during Ken's dinner at Sal's in the Gold Violin as Piece of Cake by New York Jazz Ensemble. They have it on Amazon. Sounds right to me.

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      Surroundsilence 2 years ago

      How do you use the karaoke filter? I might try that myself. I do also use sound hound which can find obscure songs.

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      nol 2 years ago

      Whoa that's the hard way. I drop the dialogue out with a karaoke filter and shazam them. Works very well but not perfectly. Anyway I have everything but that which is not on the above list, if you happen to find any of those I'd be happy to hear about it.

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      Surroundsilence 2 years ago

      @nol I haven't had much luck with those songs. I guess you could say I got lucky enough to find them. Pretty sure if someone had the time and patience, you could find them on APM Music, that's how I found them.

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      nol 2 years ago

      @Surroundsilence

      Looks like you know what you're doing here - wonder if you've got any of these, particularly the ones from Far Away Places. I have dozens of tracks now that I haven't posted so if you're wondering about anything in particular let me know.

      Ladies Room - Don Betty restaurant (piano

      The Marriage of Figaro - Betty Francine kitchen (strings)

      Red in the Face - Betty at grocery store (lounge)*

      The Hobo Code - Don Midge etc. #2 (jazz)*

      Shoot - Betty waiting room (muzak), Betty photo shoot (brass)*

      The Wheel - Pete Trudy's dad (strings)*

      Flight 1 - Don and Betty cards (strings)

      Maidenform - On the golf course/country club (bossa jazz)

      The Gold Violin - Ken at Sal's #1 (jazz), Drapers Barretts at function #2 (cocktail jazz)

      A Night to Remember - Sally ballerina (classical piano)

      Out of Town - Don Sal etc. restaurant (piano)

      Love Among the Ruins - Drapers Prices restaurant (piano), Don Betty Gene etc. kitchen table (muzak)

      My Old Kentucky Home - Joan Greg etc. apartment (piano)

      Seven Twenty Three - Betty Henry diner #2 (muzak)

      The Color Blue - Kinsey jazz record #1 (bop jazz), Kinsey jazz record #2 (piano jazz)

      The Good News - Don Lane nightclub (House of the Rising Sun)

      The Chrysanthemum and the Sword - Don Bethany Benihana's (Japanese music)

      The Suitcase - Mark Peggy's family restaurant #1 (strings), Mark Peggy's family restaurant #2 (strings), Peggy Don diner (muzak)

      Tea Leaves - Don Megan Heinz restaurant (French music)*

      Mystery Date - Joan Greg etc. dinner #1 (accordion)*

      Signal 30 - Lane Jaguar restaurant (cocktail jazz), Don Roger Pete Jaguar (cocktail jazz), Don madam brothel (jazz)*

      Far Away Places - Don Megan Howard Johnson's #1 (muzak)-same track-Don Howard Johnson's #1 (muzak), Don Howard Johnson's #2 (muzak)-same track-Don Howard Johnson's #3 (muzak), Don Howard Johnson's #4 (muzak)*

      At the Codfish Ball - at the codfish ball #1 (piano), at the codfish ball #2(piano)*

      Dark Shadows - Peggy Ginsberg office (classical)*

      The Other Woman - Peggy Freddy diner (muzak)*

      The Doorway #2 - Abe headphones (jazz)*

      Collaborators - Don Rosens restaurant #1 (classical)*

      The Flood - award show (piano)*

      For Immediate Release - Don Megan Jaguar dealer restaurant (piano)*

      Favors - Don Rosen diner #1 (twang), SCDP dinner (jazz female vocal)*

      Time Zones - Joan Butler Footwear bar #1 (piano), Roger daughter restaurant (harp)*

      A Day's Work - Sally & friends dormroom (rock song)*

      The Monolith - Pete Bonnie dinner (piano)*

      New Business - Stan Pima darkroom (jazz, A Shallow Sparrow?), Harry Megan restaurant (harp)*

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      Surroundsilence 2 years ago

      Your Smiling Face- Norman Candler & The Magic Strings

      That's the version going to to be looking for.

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      OK...

      Some updates for "Time & Life"

      * It opens with soft piano in fancy restaurant with Don, Pete and Ken.

      * Next, I noted a "new" Carbonara "cha cha" song @ :41. I will check the website that nol posted a few weeks ago to see if I can find it.

      * When Don, Joan, Roger, Pete & Ted are in the bar @ :51, the Cc notes that the song is "I Followed My Heart". But, after much research on Amazon and YouTube, it is not that song. It is a 1950/60s r&b song sung by a woman and the key rift line is "please come to me". But, I cannot find it on YouTube or Amazon.

      * Finally, when Roger and Don are in the bar at :59, the Cc notes "I Love So Much About You". But, again, though the Sarah Vaughn version on Amazon sounds similar, the song playing in the background is an instrumental.

      So, it would appear that edits were made after the closed captions were input. Or, the person who input the Cc's was as drunk as Don!!

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      charliecrews38 2 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      Thanks for the additions JoeCap, I try not to add too many unidentified songs, but the second Carbonara track sounds familiar if you're talking about the one with Joan in LA, it might be a theme for Joan

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      charliecrews38 2 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      Thanks bzosa

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      OK... update for Your Smiling Face.

      TuneFind once again notes the improper song. It references a do-over from the Vitamin Strings Quartet of the Jim Taylor song. It is not. As I noted above, it is an orchestral song that nol probably knows. I am still searching sites and, if I find it, will post here.

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      Here is an update to the list for Episode 10 - "The Forest"

      * The episode opens with an unidentified Carbonara jingle.

      * Next, more Carbo @ :06

      * There is tingle music in the restaurant with Joan and new BF @ :34

      * The 1970 jingle to "Sesame Street" plays on TV as Joan enters her apartment to talk to babysitter @ :41. It is on You Tube

      * "Your Smiling Face" plays @ 51. It's in the Cc notes. It is *not* James Taylor. It is an instrumental playing in the background as Greg enters the kitchen. Betty is at the table. It is hard to find on Amazon or You Tube as everything comes up as "James Taylor". But, I'll keep trying and post later.

      * Finally, there is Asian music in the Chinese restaurant @:52 with Don, Sally and her friends.

      Bring on Episode 11!!!

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      bzosa 2 years ago

      The accordion song in Mystery Date is Santa Lucia

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      Surroundsilence 2 years ago

      No problem. There's one more as well, it's a bit obscure.

      Season One- Episode 13 "The Wheel"

      Beguine Mood March- Sidney Torch (Ending scene where Don walks inside his house while children are watching television)

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      charliecrews38 2 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      thanks Surroundsilence, much appreciated

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      Props to "Surroundsilence" for the two additions above!! The first, Candid Snap, is on Amazon mp3 and the second, Hollywood Holiday, is on You Tube.

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      Surroundsilence 2 years ago

      I have a couple songs to add as well:

      Season 1 Episode 7 "Red in the face"

      Pete exchanging the dip at Bloomingdales

      Candid Snaps by Curt Andersen

      Season 1 Episode 3 "Marriage of Figaro"

      First musak at Menken's Department Store Scene

      Hollywood Holiday by Frank Samuels

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      nol 2 years ago

      Another country heard from. Thank you for the input.

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      charliecrews38 2 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      @nol sorry to be annoying but I still think it's a good idea for you to create some sort of comprehensive song list on the web in the future sometime, out of the goodness of your heart as you say, even the songs you don't have, I'm sure people would appreciate it, I don't see much point filling up space designated for questions on tunefind, although I have visited the site a few times

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      nol 2 years ago

      Ladies Room - Play it Again Jules/Jules Ruben

      The Benefactor - 3 Romances Op. 28 No. 2 In F Sharp Major/Robert Schumann

      Harry Warren:

      New Amsterdam - Please Me

      Babylon - Autumn Pink

      The Hobo Code - You're Never Near Enough

      Shoot - A Sweet Forever, Blackberry Winter

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      Nol 2 years ago

      Again leaving out the newest Carbonara tracks this as complete a list of the missing tracks as I can possibly come up with. Go get them. Use your closed captions Amazon Shazam call Lionsgate whatever. If you want a complete soundtrack, that is what's left to find.

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      Thanks, again, nol for the 11 additional updates... most of which I found on Amazon digital, with one on You Tube. Please note that once you stop at "Commissions and Fees", I have already written down practically everything that you noted above on my seasonal note pages. The easy part is recognizing the background music. The hard part is identifying the actual song!!! I will say, again, that I cannot thank you enough for all of the recent contributions that you have provided. It makes me feel like a kid in a candy store.

      My intent is to someday download all of the music, arrange each song in order and then burn onto a DVR, which can hold a lot of music. Once I do that, I will send one to you -- at no charge, of course.

      When I get some free time, I will try to go back over the noted pieces to see if I can identify any of them.

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      nol 2 years ago

      Also I suspect strongly that many of the tracks marked "piano" for episodes seasons 1-5 are the work of one Harry Warren from Piano Vignettes by Harry Warren.

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      nol 2 years ago

      Went back through the show. There are additions. There are also additions to the list.

      Smoke Gets in Your Eyes - Some Ways Too Soon/Rashid Lanie

      The Hobo Code - Strawberry Ice Cream/Harry Warren

      Indian Summer - Pearl Curtain in the Moon /Xiansi Province Folklore Ensemble

      For Those Who Think Young - Nearing the End/David Carbonara

      Flight 1 - Song of the Chrysanthemum/Province Xiansi Folklore Ensemble

      Three Sundays - Almost in Love/Harry Warren

      Maidenform - Golden Sunset/Xavier Cugat

      The Grown Ups - Don the Man/David Carbonara

      The Good News - Gamera Attacks Tokyo/Tadashi Yamauchi

      The Summer Man - Easy Afternoon/Harry Warren

      Tea Leaves - Easy Afternoon/Harry Warren

      At the Codfish Ball - Piano Nocturne/Marian McPartland

      The Other Woman - Tea Time/Al Lerner

      Commissions & Fees - Giuseppe Verdi/Macbeth - Act 4 - Perfidi! All'anglo contro me v'unite!, After Dinner/Greencastle Homer

      Ladies Room - Betty Mona bathroom (piano), Don Betty restaurant (piano)

      The Marriage of Figaro - Betty Francine kitchen (strings)

      New Amsterdam - Pete Trudy's family restaurant (piano)

      Red in the Face - Betty at grocery store (lounge)

      Babylon - Don Rachel restaurant (piano)

      The Hobo Code - Sal businessman restaurant #1 (piano), Don Midge etc. #2 (jazz)

      Shoot - Don Jim Hobart (piano), Betty Jim Hobart (piano), Betty waiting room (muzak), Don and Betty in living room (muzak), Betty photo shoot (brass)

      Indian Summer - Peggy date restaurant (Italian music)

      The Wheel - Pete Trudy's dad (strings), Don Betty living room fantasy (muzak)

      Flight 1 - Don Roger elevator (muzak), Don and Betty cards (strings), Peggy church (church organ)

      The Benefactor - Don movie theater (soundtrack to film), Drapers Barretts Utz restaurant (piano)

      Maidenform - On the golf course/country club (bossa jazz), in the country club (bop jazz)

      The Gold Violin - Ken at Sal's #1 (jazz), Drapers Barretts at function #1 (cocktail jazz), Drapers Barretts at function #2 (cocktail jazz)

      A Night to Remember - Sally ballerina (classical piano), Drapers Colsons etc. dinner (strings)

      The Inheritance - Kinsey Sheila elevator (tijuana brass), Harry baby party (la la la lounge), Betty Glenn TV (cartoon)

      Out of Town - Don Sal etc. restaurant (piano)

      Love Among the Ruins - Drapers Prices restaurant (piano)

      My Old Kentucky Home - Don and Connie bar (muzak), Joan Greg etc. apartment (piano)

      The Arrangements - Don Pete Jai Alai restaurant (piano)

      Seven Twenty Three - Don getting ready (jazz), Betty Henry diner #2 (jazz guitar)

      The Color Blue - Kinsey jazz record (bop jazz)

      The Gypsy and the Hobo - Roger Caldicott Farms restaurant (piano)

      The Grown Ups - Betty Henry Don wedding reception #3 (jazz)

      Shut the Door Have a Seat - Don Roger bar (crooner male vocal)

      Public Relations - Don Bethany restaurant (piano), Pete Peggy etc. diner (muzak), Betty Henry etc. Thanksgiving dinner (crooner male vocal)

      Christmas Comes But Once a Year - Joan Megan Christmas party setup (jazz)

      The Good News - Don Lane nightclub (House of the Rising Sun)

      The Rejected - Pete Trudy's dad bar (big band jazz)

      The Chrysanthemum and the Sword - Don Bethany Benihana's (Japanese music)

      Waldorf Stories - awards show (piano), afterparty #2 (jazz)

      The Suitcase - Mark Peggy's family restaurant #1 (strings), Mark Peggy's family restaurant #2 (strings), Peggy Don diner (muzak)

      Tea Leaves - Don Megan Heinz restaurant (French music)

      Mystery Date - Don Ginsberg Cosgrove bar (R&B female vocal), Joan Greg etc. dinner (accordion)

      Signal 30 - Prices Jaguar bar (jazz), Peggy Ken diner (muzak), Lane Jaguar restaurant (cocktail jazz), Don Roger Pete Jaguar (cocktail jazz), Don madam brothel (jazz)

      Far Away Places - Don Megan Howard Johnson's (muzak), Don Howard Johnson's #1 (muzak), Don Howard Johnson's #2 (muzak), Don Howard Johnson's #3 (muzak), Don Howard Johnson's #4 (muzak)

      At the Codfish Ball - Peggy Abe dinner (opera), Megan Mrs. Heinz bathroom (muzak), at the codfish ball #1 (piano), at the codfish ball #2(piano)

      Dark Shadows - Peggy Ginsberg office (classical)

      The Other Woman - Peggy Freddy diner (muzak)

      The Doorway - Don Megan etc. apartment #1 (piano)

      Collaborators - Don Rosens restaurant #1 (classical)

      To Have and to Hold - Megan Don apartment (cocktail jazz), Don Megan etc. restaurant (piano)

      The Flood - award show (piano)

      For Immediate Release - Don Megan Jaguar dealer restaurant (piano), Peggy Abe upstairs neighbor (rock song)

      A Tale of Two Cities - Don Roger Harry arrive LA (bossa jazz)

      Favors - Peggy Pete restaurant #2 (big band jazz), Don Rosen diner #1 (twang), SCDP dinner (jazz female vocal)

      The Quality of Mercy - Sally Glenn Rollo #2 (rock song)

      Time Zones - Joan Butler Footwear bar (piano), Roger daughter restaurant (harp)

      A Day's Work - Sally & friends dormroom (rock song)

      The Monolith - Pete Bonnie dinner (piano)

      The Runaways - Betty Henry political function (surf guitar)

      New Business - Stan Pima darkroom (jazz, A Shallow Sparrow), Harry Megan restaurant (harp)

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      C'mon, nol, we are praising your contributions to this site by jokingly noting that you have provided more info than C-Crews and me combined!!! As such, we are kidding with lines like "this site will now be referred to as 'Songs from Mad Men episodes - brought to you by nol'" :p

      We are very grateful for your contributions that you cannot find *anywhere* else online. There are two other sites but both seem to have stopped at Season 4. Of course, I can't find them at the present time.

      But, this article, while typically "NPR-empty", has a link to a Spotify site that apparently has a lot of Mad Men music listings. Here is the link:

      http://www.npr.org/blogs/therecord/2015/04/07/3980...

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      nol 2 years ago

      I've seen this mentioned three or four times now so I guess I'm wondering why I would take the time to set up a separate website with mostly the same information on it? There's little to no money in this particular racket and I'm really just trying to help out with this out of the goodness of my heart anyway. Maybe we could have a little more tracking down of songs on The List and a little less worrying about what I'm doing?

      By the way, if I were charliecrews and wanted to draw a little traffic here, I might think about trying to pull some people over from Tunefind because has JoeCap has pointed out that site could use a little work. Despite the fact that Try by Janis Joplin is still present on the list for A Tale of Two Cities this is quite obviously a better resource for the same information.

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      charliecrews38 2 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      Thanks for continuing to post guys, there's not really much of a competition when nol is around, what was the prize by the way, also any plans for a website or YouTube channel with mad men songs nol? I am currently without an internet provider so I will update the song list by the weekend

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      Thanks, nol, for the song entries.

      All are accurate based upon the titles in the Cc headings. "It Takes Two, "Golddigger" and "C'est Si Bon" are all available on Amazon via Mp3. "The Train" is available on You Tube and the only way to find it is if you squeeze the entry down to the title and the artist in quotes. "A Shallow Sparrow" is hard to find and I'm sure you'll come up with the tune in the restaurant with Harry and Megan by the end of the week! :-p

      BTW, for what it's worth, C'est Si Bon is sung by Yves Montand *and* some other female singer with some female choral background singers. There are over 100 versions of it on Amazon Digital. So, when I figure out the correct version, I'll post it!!!

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      nol 2 years ago

      Besides the ones I mentioned earlier The Train Don and Pete in the car and Gold Digger Stan in his office, there is It Takes Two - Tony Osborne Don in the Japanese restaurant and C'est Si Bon Yves Montand at the end. Jazz called " A Shallow Sparrow" plays when Stan and Pima are in the darkroom but I've no idea who it is. There's also some harp when Harry and Megan are at lunch.

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      Joe Cap 2 years ago

      I'm on Amazon and Italian Romance is actually "Romanza Italiana" by Christian Seguret. Both songs you noted with Peggy and date in restaurant are on this digital music site on Amazon -- Bella Italia: A Musical Postcard from Italy.

      I am trying to find "For Ever and Ever" that was in the Cc when Joan and Bob Benson were in her apartment as it was heading to a commercial. It's on Amazon by Demis Roussos but I'm not sure if it is the same song played at the segment spot that I noted.

      That's all I have for now...

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      nol 2 years ago

      AND Jay Ramsey - Golddigger and The Train by The Souls are in MM tonight

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      nol 2 years ago

      I appreciate that but I'm really just going for songs played in the show as you said. I know that one, think it's from the Depression era. But do you have any from the list that had a title mention in closed captions?

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      Thanks again, nol...

      BTW, I just played episode seven and, in it, Roger is talking to Bert in the office slightly before Bert's passing and makes reference to a song entitled "Let's Have Another Cup of Coffee by Horn and Hardart. Now, I know it wasn't played but Roger does reference it and it is available on You Tube, if you would like to listen.

      Also, I posted commentary here yesterday but it never got posted...

      Oh well...

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      nol 2 years ago

      The rest of the tracks from last week's:

      Don at apartment with blonde More of the Five - John Douglas Horler

      Joan at department store Smoke and Dreams - Otto Sieben

      Peggy date #1 Parlami - Bruno Bertoli

      Peggy date #2 Italian Romance - Steve Carter

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      nol 2 years ago

      Besides the closed captions, which appear to be JoeCap's métier and are occasionally useful to get a track name and figure the artist out afterward, another method for this is Shazam. Please forgive me if what follows is information you all are privy to all already, but obviously I don't know what you are doing when it comes to tracking these down. As you may have noticed Shazam is useful for identifying individual tracks but it will also supply some, not usually all, of the background tracks in a given episode of a TV show via the Music From the Show feature. Sometimes partly correct information is given and one can figure the correct track from that. But the thing is, depending on how you play Mad Men for Shazam it is not always recognized as a TV show and sometimes is not recognized at all. A live broadcast of the show or a DVRd version seems to be the best way to employ Shazam for this purpose; I cannot speak to the effectiveness of using it while playing a hard copy DVD as I do not have the series in that form. What I'm saying is this, and again, I apologize if you're already aware of it: if you have a bunch of episodes sitting on your DVR and among them are ones that are on the above list, play them and Shazam them at any point during playback. A list of songs should come up and some may be ones we do not already have or may be helpful toward identifying them. Same goes if you have DVDs because as I said I don't know if that works or not. If you have success with this, obviously you can take it upon yourself to attempt to figure out the tracks that may be among the missing from the above list, or simply post the results here and I'll do it.

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      nol 2 years ago

      Forgot one I found yesterday New Amsterdam Pete business dinner Satin Blues Marian McPartland. Below is the new list, added some, subtracted some.

      The Marriage of Figaro - Betty and Francine kitchen

      New Amsterdam - Pete and Trudy's family restaurant

      Red in the Face - Betty at grocery store

      The Hobo Code - Don, Midge etc. conga line

      Shoot - Betty and Jim Hobart, Don and Betty in living room, Betty at photo shoot

      Flight 1 - Don and Betty cards

      Maidenform - 2 or 3 tracks at country club

      The Gold Violin - Ken at Sal's

      A Night to Remember - Sally ballet - Homecoming Waltz?

      My Old Kentucky Home - Don and Connie bar

      The Color Blue - Paul plays jazz record

      Public Relations - Pete, Peggy, and old ladies in diner, Betty and Henry Thanksgiving dinner

      The Rejected - Pete, Trudy's dad at bar

      Waldorf Stories - awards show

      Mystery Date - Joan and Greg dinner

      Far Away Places - Don and Megan Howard Johnson's

      At the Codfish Ball - Peggy and Abe dinner - opera

      Dark Shadows - Peggy and Ginsberg office - classical

      Christmas Waltz - Harry and Kinsey diner #1 (Angels We Have Heard on High)

      To Have and to Hold - Megan and Don apartment, Don, Megan etc, dinner

      For Immediate Release - Peggy and Abe upstairs neighbor

      Favors - Don and Rosen diner #1, SCDP dinner (jazz female vocal)

      The Quality of Mercy - Sally and Rollo #2

      Time Zones - Joan bar piano, Roger daughter restaurant

      A Day's Work - Sally, friends dormroom

      The Monolith - Pete and Bonnie dinner

      The Runaways - Betty and Henry party

      Severance - Joan department store, Peggy date

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      nol 2 years ago

      “I know you’re all feeling the darkness here today, but there’s no reason to give in. No matter what you’ve heard, this process will not take years. In my heart, I know we cannot be defeated, because there is an answer that will open the door. There is a way around this system. This is a test of our patience and commitment."

      I am making a push to find all these tracks. It looks like there are only three people actively commenting; let's hope Revol Joegh and Kenji are merely doing other things and have not suffered premature demises. I need all cc information, if there is any, about the remaining unknown tracks on the list. Just song titles if they are available.

      After I officially won the contest that I myself proposed, a small ceremony was held this evening in the ballroom of my home. At this ceremony I received the prize and gave an inspiring speech I wish you all could have heard. It had to do with persistence and sound methodology. In retrospect, I should have thought to invite you all via Google Hangouts or some such; perhaps my words would have planted a seed deep within your hearts and if you'd seen the desire in my eyes you'd have thought to yourselves "I need to make a priority of helping this man with his mission".

      So let's all rededicate ourselves to this cause and get this wrapped up before Mad Men ends, at which point I will disappear completely from the site if I haven't done so before that. Then we and the music supervisors of Mad Men and the hundreds of people with ASCAP and BMI memberships will be the only ones to know what all the music was in that fantastic program, and I can listen to my fourteen hour long Mad Men soundtrack while cavorting in the hot tub with prostitutes. Good luck gentlemen.

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      nol 2 years ago

      One Love Not Two is by Dan & the Cleancuts not whatever I said. O Christmas Tree from The Doorway is an APM track by an unknown artist but called O Tannenbaum. Also, I won the contest,.

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      nol 2 years ago

      ...and it occurs to me I should mention - if anyone reading this is an ASCAP member they could be a real hero and go to RapidCue and get all the cue sheets for us.

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      nol 2 years ago

      Changed my mind - Now You Cry is not in the show. Nice song though.

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      nol 2 years ago

      Oh and I'm about 90% sure there are tracks by Marty Paich and Hans Ehrlinger in the show if anyone wants to go down that rabbit hole.

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      nol 2 years ago

      Six Months Leave in the speakeasy Swinging Candies - Horst Jankowski. Chinese Wall Peggy Jones Beach The Excel Five - One Love Not Two. The Fabulous Four - Now You Cry is in the show somewhere, someone should find out where.

      And go to this page http://www.warnerchappell.com/search search Mad Men scroll down and look what happens.

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      charliecrews38 2 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      haha, yea I thought nol would've created his own website by now, it's a free market, I don't mind some competition, thanks for the ben pollack song, its good to be back in the world of mad men, and thanks to nol for the most recent additions, not sure how he got them, maybe closed captions or just general knowledge

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      Thanks again to the contributions from nol - especially the Tony Osborne song that I had scribbled down as "soft, tingle, piano jazz". :-)

      Hey, C-Crews, are you ready to hand this website over to him?

      Just kidding...

      One song that is missing from episode 3 of Season 6 - The Collaborators - is the song "I've Got Five Dollars" sung by Ben Pollack and played at the 4-minute mark with Don as young Dick Whitman in the whorehouse.

      As to the Gypsy in my Soul reference, I'll go through my notes and see if I wrote anything referencing an up tempo jazz tune. BTW, Marian McPartland rocks the house when it comes to jazz piano. I have her 3 NPR Christmas CDs and it's pure poetry.

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      nol 2 years ago

      Summer Getaways - Charles Berman before Don and the waitress go in the alley then You Got What I like Christopher Blue afterwards. Sunday Girl - The Franz Deuber Orchestra the last time he goes in the diner before Peggy Lee plays. There is still music in the scene with Joan at the department store and Peggy on her date that is not identified.

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      nol 2 years ago

      You've Got What I Like by Christopher Blue is also in tonight's MM. Moonlight and Romance by Tony Osborne is playing at the Draper-Rosen party in The Doorway #2.

      Also, Gypsy in My Soul by Marian McPartland supposedly appears in MM somewhere - does anyone recognize what episode?

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      nol 2 years ago

      I ran into that one too. Would be a whole lot easier if that was the one but I don't think it is. At some point I sort of came to think that a couple of the piano pieces were Jules Ruben and a few of the strings-easy listening ones were Manfred Minnich. So far I have been correct more about the Minnichs than the Rubens as there are three Minnich tracks in Mad Men from library album Studio One Vol. 19 alone.

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      OK... the closest Jules Ruben song I was able to match to the Joan-Butler Footwear bar jingle was this one:

      http://m.unippm.cn/Search/Results/Track%20Details....

      I searched Amazon (nothing), YouTube (seven songs) and the above Universal site that has 26 songs but mostly in rag or jazz. The above song sounds somewhat similar but I'm not 100% sure.

      So, if anyone has any other websites with Ruben's songs, please post.

      Thanks,

      Joe

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      nol 2 years ago

      Oh and I think the piano bit played Joan-Butler Footwear might be another Jules Ruben if anyone wants to go after that. The sound is similar.

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      nol 2 years ago

      I think Is That All There Is by Peggy Lee is the only song in MM tomorrow. If you're participating in the contest, song titles (no artist) found in closed captions will count 1/2.

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      JoeCap 2 years ago

      Yes!!!

      Does it get any better than when *nol* shows up and offers up Mad Men music that practically none of us can come up with ??!!??

      Thank for the list and I will try my best to enter the contest!!

      Naturally, as a Mad Men addict, I am eagerly awaiting the first installment of the last seven episodes that starts tomorrow night on AMC. I will add here that, as AMC has been showing every episode in order from the beginning, they have played promo ads with the song "Love Hangover" sung by Diana Ross. My guess is that it will play in the episode tomorrow night. But, we'll just have to wait and see.

      Charlie, there is no better on-line site to capture all of the music - from specific artist to Carbonara jingles - of Mad Men than this one!!!

      Now, you'll excuse me while I go find my bottle of Canadian Club (A Beautiful Mine plays softly in the background...) :)

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      nol 2 years ago

      In The Strategy, Bob and Joan, the song is The End of a Party by...Manfred Minnich

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      charliecrews38 2 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      welcome back nol, thanks for the additions, i'm sure a few people were looking for the song when Don and Roger order more oysters, any ideas on the piano music during the restaurant meeting with Joan and Wayne Barnes, thanks for offering the prize, good luck to everyone

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      nol 2 years ago

      Forgot: you can take the "Don walking into hotel" track off the list for "The Runaways". It's Savoy - Jules Ruben

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      nol 2 years ago

      I have a few more additions. First I would like to repost the list of tracks that remain unidentified, at least to me. Some may be Carbonara that is thus far unreleased.

      Smoke Gets in Your Eyes - Don and Midge in bed

      The Marriage of Figaro - Betty and Francine in kitchen before party

      Red in the Face - Betty at grocery store

      The Hobo Code - Don, Midge etc. conga line

      Shoot - Betty and Jim Hobart talking, Don and Betty in living room, Betty at photo shoot

      Flight 1 - Don and Betty playing cards

      Maidenform - 3 tracks at country club

      The Gold Violin - Ken at Sal's apartment

      A Night to Remember - Sally ballet

      My Old Kentucky Home - Swing Low (who did it?), slower song near end of party

      Public Relations - Pete, Peggy, and old ladies in diner, Betty and Henry at Thanksgiving

      The Rejected - Pete, Trudy's dad at bar

      Waldorf Stories - awards show

      Chinese Wall - Peggy at Jones Beach

      Mystery Date - Joan and Greg at dinner

      Far Away Places - Don and Megan at Howard Johnson's

      At the Codfish Ball - Peggy and Abe at dinner

      Dark Shadows - Peggy and Ginsberg in office

      Christmas Waltz - Harry and Kinsey diner #1 (it's Angels We Have Heard on High, don't know by whom)

      The Doorway - O Christmas Tree (whose version?), dinner party at Don's

      To Have and to Hold - Megan and Don at apartment, Don, Megan etc, at dinner, end credits

      For Immediate Release - Peggy and Abe upstairs neighbor, end credits

      Favors - Don and Rosen diner first song, SCDP dinner, end credits

      The Quality of Mercy - Sally and Rollo (second song)

      The Monolith - Pete and Bonnie at dinner

      The Runaways - Betty and Henry at party, Don walking into hotel

      The Strategy - Bob and Joan apartment (End of a Party, who is it?)

      So try real real hard charliecrews readers and maybe we'll get em all.

      New additions:

      Red in the Face/Don and Roger eating oysters "Dinner Jazz" Ben Lasker

      Meditations in an Emergency - "Heavenly Girl" by Terry Day in the salon, "Betty Walks Alone" by Carbonara when Betty walks into the bar. Maybe you had that last one, I didn't.

      Waldorf Stories - "King O' Swing" Gotthard Welker at the awards ceremony afterparty

      Dark Shadows - "Kahala Sunset" Kapono Beamer Mac Prindy when Roger and Jane are at the restaurant with the Jewish folks

      Also, there will be a prize for any one individual that correctly identifies ten of the above needed tracks. I cannot divulge the nature of the prize but suffice to say if you enjoy reading this page you will probably like having it. Unless you already have it, in which case you can just feel great about furthering this particular cause.

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      charliecrews38 2 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      @revol thanks for the info, good work

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      revol 2 years ago

      In "Waterloo" while Don and Megan are breaking up by phone the music used is a fragment from "A Little Kiss" by Carbonara. Actually Carbonara himself mentions it in the season 7 DVD commentary.

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      Joegh 3 years ago

      Anybody know that piano song in season 7 episode 1 when "Joan meets with Wayne Barnes from Butler Footwear" at the restaurant. It's playing in the background and I want to learn it.

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      charliecrews38 3 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      @JoeCap thanks for visiting this page and thanks for your suggestions, 2015 seems like a long way away but i'm sure i'll be back, you might need another show to watch between now and then, I would recommend boardwalk empire if you haven't already seen it

      Regarding the end song, so many people have covered it, I just decided to provide the Ink Spots version, good call on Gordon MacRae, seems that he would sing it in a similar style to Bert, although I can't find a version on youtube where he sings it, imdb.com says that Sheree North sings it in the film starring Gordon MacRae, also Jack Hylton's version is notable as one of the original covers, as to who actually plays the song in the episode I would guess its arranged by David Carbonara and played by musicians who work on the show

      That is a very apt song prediction for the end of the show, a bold/ambiguous ending like the one you've described would be unexpected, in some ways I hope they do go for a bold ending while staying true to the show, I can now imagine Don on the balcony immediately followed by a cut to black, but I don't think that will happen

      at one point the creator said he wanted to end the show with an 80 year old Don Draper, but he may have been joking, Don's life seems to be looking up at the moment but you never know how things will turn out with the new subsidiary

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      JoeCap 3 years ago

      Hi Charlie,

      Just a quick shout out again for hosting this great site from which I was able to update my list of Mad Men songs from all the episodes and contribute some suggestions myself. Though it stinks that we have wait @ a year for the last episodes, I'm sure your site will still be up and running in 2015.

      Also, I slightly disagree with the Ink Spots as the band that played "The Best Things in Life are Free". I would opt for Gordon McCrea. But, hey, this is your site! :-)

      In closing, I have a prediction for the last song that will close out the last episode from the series. Since it most likely ends in 1970, I am predicting that it will close out with "Hang on to Your Life" by the Guess Who.

      Here is the link from YouTube:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZhtvMX6XAU

      The song and the lyrics just seems to fit perfectly with whether or not Don jumps off the deck of the apartment or not... and, you can just picture the look on his face as he gazes into the future with the song playing in the background.

      Remember... you heard it hear first!!!

      Stay cool in Melbourne and, if I ever decide to visit, i'll let you know.

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      charliecrews38 3 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      @Kenji yes I got your note about episode 6, thanks

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      Kenji 3 years ago

      Weird: my note re "my note" showed up for me before my actual, you know, note!

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      Kenji 3 years ago

      Did you get my note re epi 6, about the music from 400 Blows?

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      charliecrews38 3 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      regarding the score by Jean Constantin, I can see similarities with the end credits music but I think it's a bit different, I would credit David Carbonara, he's just that good, maybe he was inspired by French cinema

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      charliecrews38 3 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      thanks Kenji and JoeCap, mad men episodes are a bit delayed for us over here in Australia, i've updated the songs for episodes 6 and 7, cheers

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      JoeCap 3 years ago

      Nice pickup by Kenji! I just found the closing theme from the movie on YouTube and the version that closes out episode 6 is definitely a newly orchestrated version of that closing song from The 400 Blows. It is available on Amazon, which does note Jean Constantin as composer. Thanks Kenji!!!

      And, I have the closing song from Episode 7 but i'll wait for Charlie to post.

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      Kenji 3 years ago

      Pretty sure this was a new orchestration of beautiful theme music for François Truffaut's breakthrough film, The 400 Blows (or Les 400 Coups). It plays at the end, when the director's alter ego, played by Jean-Pierre Léaud, is running on the beach, leading to that famous freeze frame. It's actually by Jean Constantin, not Georges Delerue, who composed most of his soundtracks.

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      charliecrews38 3 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      @JoeCap thanks for mentioning the end of a party song, it plays pretty softly in the background I think, I enjoyed the carbonara track at the end