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A 330-track playlist capturing the songs in Martin Scorsese films

Martin Scorsese is a bonafide music nerd if you watch any one of his films you will be able to pick up on his adoration for the art-form which bleeds across his work. Of course, the filmmaker is the mastermind behind iconic pieces of cinema like Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas, The Departed and The Wolf of Wall Street, which have all been bolstered by the filmmaker’s love of all things music.

The acclaimed director has never shied away from taking on a project about music whenever possible. This dedication away from the norm of producing box-office smashes and acts as passion projects for Scorsese, but, even his hit films allow him to spread his love of music. For every film like The Irishman he makes for the masses, there’s a documentary such as George Harrison: Living in the Material World or Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story which he makes purely for himself. It should come as no surprise to anybody who knows Scorsese, that he is a man gifted with an impeccable music taste.

Though he may have a love of music documentaries, for this list, we will solely be focussing on his feature films and the tracks he has hand-picked to appear in them. Another admission is 2016 film, Silence, which doesn’t feature on the playlist as it is purely an instrumental piece by composer Kim Allen Kluge made for the film rather than picked by Scorsese to feature in his work.

Scorsese’s personal record collection relies heavily on the so-called ‘golden age’ of music from the 1960s and ’70s which would become the setting for his HBO original series Vinyl. A project which he enlisted the help of Mick Jagger to create. The show ran for just one series before being cancelled, a decision which upset Scorsese greatly as this was a project that was extremely close to his heart but, unlike his cinematic blockbusters, something about the series never quite clicked with the audience. However, this hasn’t deterred Scorsese from continuing to blend his love of cinema and music.

“In my mind, it’s not about the music of the sixties or the seventies or what they did in the eighties,” Scorsese once said on his obsession with this period in an interview with The Guardian. “It’s who they are now. And how they play onstage and how they interact. And what that music, and that performance, does to an audience. That’s the truth.”

The music from the sixties and seventies has been a stalwart of most projects he has taken up. His old creative partner Mick Jagger and his band, The Rolling Stones, have unsurprisingly featured on his soundtrack’s more than any other artist, racking up an impressive 14 appearances throughout Scorsese’s filmography.

Take the rest of the day off, plug your headphones in and dive into these 330 songs that all feature across Scorsese’s soundtracks on his feature films over his iconic career, below. 

*There are more than 330-songs that feature in his films, however, not all songs are available on Spotify and are missing from the playlist.

Martin Scorsese ultimate soundtrack playlist:

Who’s That Knocking at My Door (1967)
“The End” — The Doors
“Don’t Ask Me to Be Lonely” — The Dubs
“Who’s That Knocking?” — The Genies
“Jenny Take a Ride” — Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels
“I’ve Had It” — The Bell Notes
“El Watusi” — Ray Barretto
“Shotgun” — Junior Walker
“Ain’t That Just Like Me?” — The Searchers
“The Plea” — The Chantels
“Our Love Is a Vow” — The Victorians

Mean Streets (1973)
“Jumpin’ Jack Flash” — The Rolling Stones
“Tell Me” — The Rolling Stones
“I Love You So” — The Chantels
“Addio Sogni Di Gloria” — Giuseppe Di Stefano
“Canta Per’ Me” — Giuseppe Di Stefano
“Munasterio Di Santa Chiara” — Giuseppe Di Stefano
“Marruzzella” — Renato Carosone
“Scapriccatiello” — Renato Carosone
“Please Mr. Postman” — The Marvelettes
“I Looked Away” — Eric Clapton
“Desiree” — The Charts
“Rubber Biscuit” — The Chips
“Pledging My Love” — Johnny Ace
“Ritmo Sabrosa” — Ray Baretto
“You” — The Aquatones
“Ship of Love” — The Nutmegs
“Florence” — The Paragons
“Malafemmina” — Jimmy Roselli
“Those Oldies but Goodies” — Little Caesar and The Romans
“I Met Him on a Sunday” — The Shirelles
“Be My Baby” — The Ronettes
“Mickey’s Monkey” — The Miracles
“Steppin’ Out” — Cream
“It’s in His Kiss” — Betty Everett
“Baby Oh Baby” — The Shells
“Hideaway” — Eric Clapton

Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (1974)
“All the Way From Memphis” — Mott the Hoople
“Roll Away the Stone” — Leon Russell
“Daniel” — Elton John
“Jeepster” — T-Rex
“Where or When” — Ellen Burstyn
“When Your Lover Has Gone” — Ellen Burstyn
“Gone With the Wind” — Ellen Burstyn
“I’ve Got a Crush on You” — Ellen Burstyn
“I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” — Kris Kristofferson
“Cuddle Up a Little Closer, Lovey Mine” — Betty Grable
“You’ll Never Know” — Alice Faye
“I Will Always Love You” — Dolly Parton

Taxi Driver (1976)
“Late for the Sky” — Jackson Browne
“The Pilgrim, Chapter 33” — Kris Kristofferson
“Ling Ting Tong” — Otis Williams and the Charms

New York, New York (1977)
“Billets Doux” — Quintette du Hot Club de France
“You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me” — Liza Minelli
“Once in a While” — Liza Minelli
“You Are My Lucky Star” — Liza Minelli
“The Man I Love” — Liza Minelli and George Auld
“Just You, Just Me” — Liza Minelli and George Auld
“Blue Moon” — Mary Kay Place and George Auld
“Honeysuckle Rose” — Diahnne Abbott

Raging Bull (1980)
“Cavalleria Rusticana: Intermezzo” — Orchestra of Bologna Municop Thetra
“Guglielmo Ratcliff: Intermezzo” — Orchestra of Bologna Municop Thetra
“Silvano: Barcarolle” — Orchestra of Bologna Municop Thetra
“Vivere” — Carlo Buti
“Stornelli fiorentini” — Carlo Buti
“Scapricciatiello (Infatuation)” — Renato Carosone
“Turi Giuliano” — Orazio Strano
“Cow Cow Boogie” — Ella Fitzgerald and The Ink Spots
“Whispering Grass” — The Ink Spots
“Stone Cold Dead in the Market” — Ella Fitzgerald
“Till Then” — The Mills Brothers
“Big Noise from Winnetka” — Bob Crosby and the Bobcats
“Heartaches” — Ted Weems
“Do I Worry” — The Ink Spots
“Two O’Clock Jump” — Harry James
“Drum Boogie” — Gene Krupa
“All or Nothing at All” — Harry James
“Blue Velvet” — Tony Bennett
“Flash” — Harry James
“Jersey Bounce” — Benny Goodman
“Come Fly With Me” — Frank Sinatra
“Mona Lisa” — Nat King Cole
“I Ain’t Got Nobody” — Louis Prima and Keely Smith
“Nao Tenho Lagrimas” — Patricio Teixeira
“Prisoner of Love” — Perry Como
“Prisoner of Love” — Russ Columbo
“Frenesi” — Artie Shaw
“My Reverie” — Larry Clinton and His Orchestra
“Just One More Chance” — Bing Crosby
“That’s My Desire” — Frankie Laine
“Bye, Bye Baby” — Marilyn Monroe
“Lonely Nights” — The Hearts
“Tell the Truth” — Ray Charles
“Of Mice and Men” — (Excerpts from the Hal Roach film Of Mice and Men) Aaron Copland

The King of Comedy (1983)
“Come Rain or Come Shine” — Ray Charles
“Sweet Sixteen Bars” — Ray Charles
“The Finer Things” — David Sanborn
“Back on the Chain Gang” — The Pretenders
“Fly Me to the Moon” — Frank Sinatra
“Swamp” — Talking Heads
“Rainbow Sleeves” — Rickie Lee Jones
“Wonderful Remark” — Van Morrison

After Hours (1985)
“Symphony in D-Major, K-73N, 1st Movement” — Mozart, Performed by The Academy of Ancient Music
“Air Ouverture Nr. 3 in D” — Bach, Performed by Collegium Aureum
“En La Cueva” — Cuadro Flamenco
“Sevillanas” — Manitas De Plata
“Night and Day” — Cole Porter
“Body and Soul” — Johnny Green
“Quando, Quando, Quando” — Pat Boone
“Someone to Watch Over Me” — Robert & Johnny
“You’re Mine” — Robert & Johnny
“We Belong Together” — Robert & Johnny
“Angel Baby” — Rosie and the Originals
“Last Train to Clarksville” — The Monkees
“Chelsea Morning” — Joni Mitchell
“I Don’t Know Where I Stand” — Joni Mitchell
“Over the Mountain and Across the Sea” — Johnnie and Joe
“One Summer Night” — The Danleers
“Pay to Cum” — Bad Brains
“Is That All There Is?” — Peggy Lee

The Color of Money (1986)
“Strangers in the Night” — Frank Sinatra
“I’ll Never Smile Again” — Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra
“Anema e Core” — Roberto Murolo
“The Day the Rains Came” — Jane Morgan
“The Girl From Ipanema” — Antonio Carlos Jobim
“I’ll Remember April”– Charlie Parker
“Feel Like Going Home” — The Del Lords
“Va! Pensiero”– Georg Sulti (from the opera Nabucco)
“Walk on the Wild Side” — Jimmy Smith
“Still a Fool” — Muddy Waters
“My Baby’s in Love With Another Guy” — Robert Palmer
“She’s Fine — She’s Mine” — Bo Diddley
“It’s My Life Baby” — Eric Clapton and The Big Town Playboys
“Who Owns This Place?” — Don Henley
“Let Yourself In Nor It” — Robert Palmer
“It’s in the Way That You Use It” — Eric Clapton
“Two Brothers and a Stranger” — Mark Knopfler
“Don’t Tell Me Nothin'” — Willie Dixon
“Standing on the Edge” — B.B. King
“One More Night” — Phil Collins
“Still the Night” — BoDeans
“Werewolves of London” — Warren Zevon

Goodfellas (1990)
“Rags to Riches” — Tony Bennett
“Can’t We Be Sweethearts” — The Cleftones
“Hearts of Stone” — Otis Williams and The Charms
“Sincerely” — The Moonglows
“Firenze Sogna” — Giuseppe Di Stefano
“Speedo” — The Cadillacs
“Parlami d’amore Marilù” — Giuseppe Di Stefano
“Stardust” — Billy Ward’s Dominoes
“This World We Live In” — Mina
“Playboy” — The Marvelettes
“It’s Not for Me to Say” — Johnny Mathis
“I Will Follow Him” — Betty Curtis
“Then He Kissed Me” — The Crystals
“Look in My Eyes” — The Chantels
“Roses Are Red” — Bobby Vinton
“Life Is But a Dream” — The Harptones
“Leader of the Pack” — The Shangri-Las
“Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo’ Bye!)” — Al Jolson
“Happy Birthday to You”
“Ain’t That a Kick in the Head” — Dean Martin
“He’s Sure the Boy I Love” — The Crystals
“Atlantis” — Donovan
“Pretend You Don’t See Her” — Jerry Vale
“Remember (Walkin’ in the Sand)” — The Shangri-Las
“Baby I Love You” — Aretha Franklin
“Beyond the Sea” — Bobby Darin
“The Boulevard of Broken Dreams” — Tony Bennett
“Gimme Shelter” — The Rolling Stones
“Wives and Lovers” — Jack Jones
“Monkey Man” — The Rolling Stones
“Frosty the Snow Man” — The Ronettes
“Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” — Darlene Love
“Bells of St. Marys” — The Drifters
“Unchained Melody” — Vito and the Salutations
“Sunshine of Your Love” — Cream
“Layla” — Derek & The Dominos
“Jump into the Fire” — Harry Nilsson
“Memo from Turner” — The Rolling Stones
“Magic Bus” — The Who
“What Is Life” — George Harrison
“Mannish Boy” — Muddy Waters
“My Way” — Sid Vicious

Cape Fear (1991)
“Tipitina” — Professor Longhair
“Per Te d’Immenso Giubilo” — Donizetti
“Patience” — Guns N’ Roses
“Don’t Mess with the Voodoo” — Iko Iko
“Do Right Woman–Do Right Man” — Aretha Franklin
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The Age of Innocence (1993)
“Faust” — Charles Gounoud
“Piano Sonata No. 8 in C Minor, Op 13 (“Pathetique”)” — Beethoven, Performed by William Fischer
“Radetzky March” — Strauss, Performed by The Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra
“Emperor Waltz Op 437” — Strauss, Performed by The London Philharmonie
“Artist’s Life” — Strauss, Performed by Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonie
“Tales From the Vienna Woods” — Strauss, Performed by the London Philharmonie
“Quintet in B Flat Op 87, 3rd Movement” — Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Performed by Academy Chamber Ensemble
“Marble Halls” — Enya

Casino (1995)
“Matthäuspassion BMV” — Bach, Performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
“Zooma Zooma” — Louis Prima
“Moonglow” — Edgar De Lange
“You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Loves You” — Dean Martin
“Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)” — Louis Prima
“7-11 (aka Mambo #5)” — Perez Prado
“Hoochie Coochie Man” — Muddy Waters
“Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)” — Otis Redding
“Long Long While” — The Rolling Stones
“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” — The Rolling Stones
“The ‘In’ Crowd” — Ramsey Lewis
“The ‘In’ Crowd” — Dobie Gray
“Compared to What” — Les McCann & Eddie Harris
“Slippin’ and Slidin'” — Little Richard
“Love Is Strange” — Mickey & Sylvia
“Heart of Stone” — The Rolling Stones
“Love Is the Drug” — Roxy Music
“Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare)” — Rosario E.I. Giaguari
“Takes Two to Tango” — Ray Charles & Betty Carter
“How High the Moon” — Les Paul & Mary Ford
“I Ain’t Superstitious” — Jeff Beck
“Happy Birthday to You”
“Working in the Coal Mine” — Lee Dorsey
“Unforgettable” — Dinah Washington
“Stardust (Instrumental)” — Hoagy Carmichael
“Stardust” — Hoagy Carmichael
“What a Difference a Day Makes” — Dinah Washington
“I’ll Take You There” — The Staple Singers
“Love Me the Way I Love You” — Jerry Vale
“Let’s Start All Over Again” -The Paragons
“Sweet Virginia” — The Rolling Stones
“Basin Street Blues/When It’s Sleepy Time Down South” — Louis Prima
“Stella By Starlight” — Ray Charles
“Boogaloo Down Broadway” — The Fantastic Johnny C
“Sweet Dreams” — Emmylou Harris
“Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” — The Rolling Stones
“Toad” — Cream
“Those Were the Days” — Cream
“Hurt” — Bobby Vinton
“The Glory of Love” — The Velvetones
“Nights in White Satin” — The Moody Blues
“Walk on the Wild Side” — Jimmy Smith
“Gimme Shelter (Live)” — The Rolling Stones
“Gimme Shelter” — The Rolling Stones
“EEE-O Eleven” — Sammy Davis Jr.
“I’ll Walk Alone” — Don Cornell
“Sunrise (Prelude from 2001: A Space Odyssey)” — Chicago Symphony Orchestra
“That’s the Way I Like It” — KC and the Sunshine Band
“Venus” — Frankie Avalon
“Flight of the Bumblebee” — Rimsky-Korsakov, Performed by Jascha Heifetz
“Theme de Camille” — Georges Delerue
“Whip It” — Devo
“Ain’t Got No Home” — Clarence’ Frogman’ Henry
“I’m Sorry” — Brenda Lee
“Without You” — Harry Nilsson
“Go Your Own Way” — Fleetwood Mac
“I’m Confessin’ (That I Love You)” — Louis Prima & Keely Smith
“The Thrill Is Gone” — B.B. King
“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” — Devo
“Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)” — Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley
“Harbor Lights” — The Platters
“The House of the Rising Sun” — The Animals

Bringing Out the Dead (1999)
“T.B. Sheets” — Van Morrison
“September of My Years” — Frank Sinatra
“You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory” — Johnny Thunders
“Bell Boy” — Pete Townshend
“Llegaste a Mi” — Marc Anthony
“What’s the Frequency Kenneth?” — R.E.M.
“Too Many Fish in the Sea” — The Marvelettes
“Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing” — Stevie Wonder
“So What” — Jane’s Addiction
“Nowhere to Run” — Martha & The Vandellas
“These Are Days” — 10,000 Maniacs
“I and I Survive (Slavery Days)” — Burning Spear
“Rivers of Babylon” — The Melodians
“Le Sacre du Printemps/The Rite of Spring” — Stravinsky, Performed by The New York Philharmonic
“Rang Tang Ding Dong (I Am A Japanese Sandman)” — The Cellos
“Combination of the Two” — Big Brother and the Holding Company
“Hasta Ayer” — Marc Anthony
“Janie Jones” — The Clash
“Red Red Wine” — UB40
“I’m So Bored With the USA” — The Clash
“Mr. Highway” — Elmer Bernstein
“Threat” — Elmer Bernstein

Gangs of New York (2002)
“Signal to Noise” — Peter Gabriel
“Shimmy She Wobble” — Otha Turner
“Lament for the Dead of the North” — Davy Spillane
“Koukou Frappe” — Badara N’Diaye
“Drummer’s Reel” — The Dhol Foundation
“Poontang Little, Poontang Small” — Jimmie Strothers
“Hallelujah/Amazing Grace” — Miss Malden
“Dark Moon, High Tide” — Afro Celt Sound System
“Dan Tucker” — Nathan Frazier & Frank Patterson
“New Careless Love” — Sonny Terry
“Saor-Free” — Afro Celt Sound System
“Unconstant Lover” — Maura O’Connell
“Lament for Staker Wallace” — Eileen Ivers
“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” — Piergiorgio Ambrosi
“Pakwach Acholi Bwala Dance” — David Fanshawe
“Breakaway” — Sidney Stripling
“Paddy’s Lamentation” — Mary Black
“Gospel Train” — The Silver Leaf Quartet
“Durgen Chugaa” — Shu-De
“Chilumi” — Hukwe Zawose
“Late at Midnight, Just a Little ‘Fore Day” — Otha Turner
“Dionysus” — Jocelyn Pook
“The Murderer’s Home” — Jimpson & Group
“Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah” — Congregation of the Mt. Olivet Old Regular Baptist Church
“Vows” — Jeff Johnson
“Kerry Slides” — The Chieftains

The Aviator (2004)
“Music (From Hell’s Angels)” — Adolph Tandler
“I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise” — Rufus Wainwright
“Milenberg Joys” — Vince Giordano and His Nighthawks Orchestra
“Shake That Thing” — Vince Giordano and His Nighthawks Orchestra
“Fireworks” — The Original Memphis Five
“Toccata and Fugue in D-Minor, BWV 565” — Bach, Performed by The Philadelphia Orchestra
“Yellow Dog Blues” — Vince Giordano and His Nighthawks Orchestra
“Blue Skies” — Al Jolson
“Somebody Stole My Gal” — The Original Memphis Five
“Thanks” — Bing Crosby
“Avalon” — Benny Goodman Quartet
“Happy Feet” — The Manhattan Rhythm Kings
“After You’ve Gone” — Loudon Wainwright III
“Moon Glow” — Benny Goodman Quartet
“Ain’t Cha Glad” — David Johansen
“I Can’t Give You Anything But Love” — Quintet du Hot Club de France
“Ou Est Tu, Mon Amour?” — Quintet du Hot Club de France
“Paramount on Parade” — Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
“Down South Camp Meetin'” — Fletcher Henderson
“Some of These Days” — Bing Crosby
“St. Louis Blues” — Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
“Bugle Call Rag” — Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
“Marie” — Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra
“Nightmare” — Artie Shaw and His Orchestra
“Brazil” — Vince Giordano and His Nighthawks
“Stardust” — Vince Giordano and His Nighthawks
“I’ll Be Seeing You” — Martha Wainwright
“Cow Cow Boogie” — Ella Fitzgerald
“Do I Worry?” — The Ink Spots
“Rhythm Futur” — Quintet du Hot Club de France
“Bombasto” — The Eastman Wind Enseble
“Back Beat Boogie” — Harry James and His Orchestra
“Moonlight Serenade” — Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
“Howard Hughes” — Leadbelly

The Departed (2006)
“Gimme Shelter” — The Rolling Stones
“I’m Shipping Up to Boston” — Dropkick Murphys
“Thief’s Theme” — Nas
“One Way Out” — The Allman Brothers Band
“Nobody But Me” — The Human Beinz
“Let It Loose” — The Rolling Stones
“Sweet Dreams” — Patsy Cline
“Well Well Well” — John Lennon
“Bang Bang” — Joe Cuba
“Sail On, Sailor” — The Beach Boys
“Sancta Maria (from The Informer) — Max Steiner
“Baby Blue” — Badfinger
“Chi mi frena (Sextet, Act 2 from Lucia di Lammermoor)” — Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra
“Comfortably Numb (Live)” — Roger Waters, Van Morrison, The Band
“Tweedlee Dee” — LaVern Baker
“Lucia di Lammermoor: Act 1: Preludio – Percorrete le Spiaggie Vicine” — Donizetti, Performed by Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
“Theme from Symphony No. 9 in E Minor” — Dvorak, Performed by the NYPD Emerald Society Pipes and Drums
“Sweet Dreams” — Roy Buchanan

Shutter Island (2010)
“Lontano” — Ligeti, Performed by the Berlin Philharmonic
“Fog Tropes” — Marshall, Performed by Orchestra of St. Lukes
“Symphony No. 3: Passacaglia” — Penderecki, performed by National Polish Radio Symphony
Music for Marcel Duchamp — Cage, Performed by Philipp Vandre
“Homage á John Cage” — Nam June Paik
“Quattro Pezzi” — Scelsi, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra
“Rothko Chapel 2” — Feldman, UC Berkeley Chamber Chorus
“On the Nature of Daylight” — Max Richter
“Uaxuctum: The Legend of the Mayan City Which They Themselves Destroyed for Religious Reasons” — Scelsi, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra
“Pacific Sirens” — Erickson, Cleveland Chamber Symphony
“The Lost Day” — Brian Eno
“Four Hyms: II for Cello and Double Bass” — Shnitke, Performed by Torleif Thedeen
“Lizard Point” — Brian Eno
“Suite for Symphonic Strings: Nocturne” — Harrison, Performed by The New Professionals Orchestra
“Christian Zeal and Activity” — Adams, Performed by San Francisco Symphony
“Root of an Unfocus” — Cage, Performed by Boris Berman
“Flourescences” — Penderecki, Performed by Polish Radio Symphony
“My Father Knew Charles Ives: The Lake” — Adams, Performed by BBC Symphony Orchestra
“Fragor” — Tim Hodgkinson
“The Bay” — Ingram Marshall
“Two Etudes: Harmonies” — Hans-Ola Ericsson
“Quartet for Piano and Strings in A Minor” — Prazak Quartet
“Cry” — Johnnie Ray
“Wheel of Fortune” — Kay Starr
“Tomorrow Night” — Lonnie Johnson
“On the Nature of Daylight” — Max Richter
“This Bitter Earth” — Dinah Washington

Hugo (2011)
“Ça Gaze” — Les Primitifs du Futur
“Aubade Charmeuse” — Les Primitifs du Futur
“Frou Frou” — Lucille Panis
“Carinosa” — Les Primitifs du Futur
“Si Tu Veux Marguerite” — Oliver Constantin and Jean Michel Bernard
“Marche de Radetzky” — Strauss, Recorded from a 1908 Limonaire Orchestrophone – Style 250
“Friendly Day” — Kevin MacCleod
“Dardanella” — Paul Eakins Mortier Belgian Band Organ
“By the Waters of the Minnetonka” — Zez Confrey
“Trois Morceaux en Forme de Poire: Manière de Commencement (Allez Modérément)” — Aldo Ciccolini & Gabriel Tacchino
“Six Gnossiennes: No. 1 Lent” — Aldo Ciccolini
“Coeur Volant” — Zaz

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
“Dust My Broom” — Elmore James
“Score from Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” — Composed by Michael Karp
“Dust My Blues” — Elmore James
“Spoonful” — Howlin’ Wolf
“Mercy, Mercy, Mercy” — Cannonball Adderley
“Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick” — Ian Dury
“Bang! Bang!” — Joe Cuba
“Tear It Down” — Clyde McCoy
“Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song)” — Billy Joel
“Surrey with the Fringe on Top” — Ahmad Jamal Trio
“Road Runner” — Bo Diddley
“Stars and Stripes Forever” — Arranged by William D. Revelli
“Smokestack Lightning” — Howlin’ Wolf
“Double Dutch” — Malcolm McLaren
“Cloudburst” — Lambert, Hendricks & Ross
“Insane in the Brain” — Cypress Hill
“King Arthur, Act 3: What Power Art Thou” — Performed by The Monteverdi Choir
“Never Say Never” — Romeo Void
“There Is No Greater Love” — Ahmad Jamal Trio
“Boom Boom” — John Lee Hooker
“C’est Si Bon” — Eartha Kitt
“Give Me Luv” — Alcatraz
“Uncontrollable Urge” — Devo
“Moonlight in Vermont” — Ahmad Jamal Trio
“Pretty Thing” — Bo Diddley
“In the Bush” — Musique
“Can’t Help Falling in Love” — Written by Luigi Creatore, Hugo Peretti and George Weiss
“Goldfinger” — Sharon Jones & The DAP-Kings
“Baby Got Back” — Sir Mix-A-Lot
“Everlong” — Foo Fighters
“The Oompa Loompa Song” — Written by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley
“Hey Leroy, Your Mama’s Callin’ You” — Jimmy Castor
“Sloop John B” — Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
“Boom Boom Boom” — The Outhere Brothers
“I Need You Baby (Mona)” — Bo Diddley
“Meth Lab Zoso Sticker” — 7Horse
“Flying High (from Family Matters)” — Composed by Bennett Salvay and Jesse Frederick
“I’m Popeye the Sailor Man (from Popeye Meets Hercules)”- Written by Sammy Lerner
“Get Us Down (from Family Matters)” — Composed by Bennett Salvay and Jesse Frederick
“I Don’t Want to Walk Without You (from Popeye Meets Hercules)” — Written by Frank Loesser and Jule Styne
“Dream Lover (from Popeye Meets Hercules)” — Written by Clifford Grey and Victor Schertzinger
“Score from Popeye Meets Hercules” — Composed by Winston Sharples
“One Step Beyond” — Inspecter 7
“Hip Hop Hooray” — Naughty by Nature
“Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting” — Charles Mingus
“Gloria” — Umberto Tozzi
“Ca Plane Pour Moi” — Plastic Bertrand
“Cast Your Fate to the Wind” — Allen Touissant
“Mrs. Robinson” — The Lemonheads

The Irishman (2019) “In the Still of the Night” — The Five Satins
“Tuxedo Junction” — Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
“I Hear You Knockin'” — Smiley Lewis
“The Fat Man” — Fats Domino
“El Negro Zumbón” (from the motion picture Anna) — Flo Sandon
“Le Grisbi” — Jean Wetzel
“Delicado” — Percy Faith and His Orchestra
“Have I Sinned” — Donnie Elbert
“Theme for the Irishman” — Robbie Robertson
“Song of the Barefoot Contessa” — Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra
“A White Sport Coat (And a Pink Carnation)” — Marty Robbins (feat. Ray Conniff)
“Canadian Sunset” — Eddie Heywood & Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra
“Honky Tonk, Pt. 1” — Bill Doggett
“Melancholy Serenade” — Jackie Gleason
“Qué Rico el Mambo” — Pérez Prado
“Cry” — Johnnie Ray & The Four Lads
“Sleep Walk” — Santo & Johnny
“The Time Is Now” — The Golddiggers
“Al di là” — Jerry Vale & The Latin Casino All Stars
“Pretend You Don’t See Her” — The Latin Casino All Stars

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