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Mad Men Season 5 Song List

Don watches Megan sing at his birthday party

Don watches Megan sing at his birthday party

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This article lists all the songs heard in Season 5 of Mad Men (Links to the other seasons can be found above).

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 in the list 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 5 Poster

Mad Men Season 5 Poster

Megan singing Zou Bisou Bisou

Megan singing Zou Bisou Bisou

Season 5

S05E01-E02 A Little Kiss

"Ebb Tide (Marea Baja)" by Ken Griffin (Sally wakes up to find herself in a strange and unfamilar place)

"As Vezez Amanha" by Gilberto Candido (Joan resting on the couch)

"San Ho Zay" by Freddie King & "You Don't Have Gigglin'" by the Marquees (Unconfirmed songs) (Heard in the Draper apartment during Don's party)

"Birthday Bossa" by David Carbonara (Played during Don's party)

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"Walk On By" by Burt Bacharach, arranged by David Carbonara (Heard during Don's party)

"The 'In' Crowd (instrumental)" by Billy Page (Heard during Don's party)

"Zou Bisou Bisou" by Gillian Hills, performed by Jessica Pare (Megan sings for Don at his party) (Watch the scene on Youtube)

"You Don't Have To Say You Love Me" by Dusty Springfield (End credits)

Extra Track: "A Little Kiss" by David Carbonara (Track from "Mad Men: On the Rocks (Music from the Television Series)" (Features in the end credits of the first part of "A Little Kiss" on the DVD)

S05E03 Tea Leaves

"Sixteen Going On Seventeen" written by Rodgers and Hammerstein, sung by Rolf and Liesl (End credits)

"Easy Afternoon" by Harry Warren

S05E04 Mystery Date

Santa Lucia by Unknown artist (Traditional Neapolitan song) (At an Italian restaurant with Joan, Greg and family)

"He Hit Me (It Felt Like A Kiss)" by The Crystals (End credits)

A serious conversation between Greg and Joan is interrupted by accordion music

A serious conversation between Greg and Joan is interrupted by accordion music

S05E05 Signal 30

"Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op.125: 2nd Movement, Scherzo" by Ludwig Van Beethoven, orchestrated by Herbert Von Karajan (Pete plays it on his new stereo)

"Reign of Terror" by Melodi Light Orchestra (The Signal 30 safety film title music)

"Darlene" by Harvey & the Phenomenals (Plays at the brothel)

"The Man With the Miniature Orchestra" by David Carbonara (Ken's voiceover from "The Man with the Miniature Orchestra" by Dave Algonquin; Ken writing his novel; Pete in driving class)

"Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125: 4th Movement, "Choral" (Ode to Joy) (El Club de los Poetas Muertos) by Ludwig Van Beethoven, from the album La Sinfónica Va al Cine (End credits)

S05E06 Far Away Places

"Song of the Volga Boatmen" by Victor Federov and the Red Army Choir (When Roger takes the top off a bottle of vodka)

"I Just Wasn't Made For These Times (Mono Version)" by The Beach Boys (Roger, Jane and others at the LSD party) (Watch the scene on YouTube)

"I Should Not Be Seeing You" by Connie Conway (Interspersed with The Beach Boys' song as Roger and Jane depart from the party and take a taxi home)

"In the Summernight" by Karl Wagner (Don waits in the Howard Johnson's for Megan)

"I Want To Hold Your Hand" by The Beatles (Don whistles the tune while driving back from the Howard Johnson's without Megan)

"Hurry into the Far Away Places" by David Carbonara (End credits)

Roger on LSD

Roger on LSD

Ken shows Harry the Wedgewoods record

Ken shows Harry the Wedgewoods record

S05E07 At The Codfish Ball

"Meditation (Meditacao)" by Antonio Carlos Jobim (Megan's parents visit and Don helps Emile with his suitcase)

"Bossa Du Jour Mantovani" arranged by David Carbonara (End credits)

Extra Tracks:

"At the Codfish Ball" by David Carbonara (From Mad Men: On the Rocks)

"Piano Nocturne" by Marian McPartland

S05E08 Lady Lazarus

"September in the Rain" by The Wedgewoods (Ken, Don and Peggy listen to this song in Don's office for the Chevalier Blanc ad campaign; Ken says it sounds like the Beatles but it isn't)

"Tomorrow Never Knows" by The Beatles (Final montage of the episode; Megan suggests that Don listens to this song; end credits)

S05E09 Dark Shadows

"Kahala Sunset" by Kapono Beamer & Mac Prindy (Roger and Jane dinner meeting with Manischewitz)

"Sweepin' The Clouds Away" by Maurice Chevalier (End credits)

S05E10 Christmas Waltz

"The Christmas Waltz" by Doris Day (Don and Joan have a drink in a bar, there are Christmas songs playing, Joan chooses this song on the jukebox) (Watch on YouTube)

"The Christmas Waltz" by Nellie McKay (End credits)

Christmas Waltz with Don and Joan

Christmas Waltz with Don and Joan

S05E11 The Other Woman

"The Arrival" by David Carbonara (Don, Roger, Pete, Harry, Ken and Stan arrive for the Jaguar pitch)

"The End of a Party" by Manfred Minnich (Peggy & Freddy at a diner)

"Darling Say You Love Me" by The Ramblers (Peggy's meeting with Ted)

"You Really Got Me" by The Kinks (Peggy leaves; end credits)

Extra Track:

"Tea Time" by Al Lerner

S05E12 Commissions and Fees

"Butchie's Tune" by The Lovin' Spoonful (Don lets Glen Bishop drive; end credits)

Other Songs in the episode:

"Macbeth, Act 4, Perfidi! All'anglo contro me v'unite!" by Giuseppe Verdi

"After Dinner" by Greencastle Homer

S05E13 The Phantom

"Casino Royale" by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass (Don meets Peggy in the theatre and the film starts playing)

"You Only Live Twice" by Nancy Sinatra (Megan prepares for a scene; Don walks away and sits at a bar; Peggy is alone in her apartment; Roger takes LSD again; end credits)

Is Don Draper alone?

Is Don Draper alone?



Surroundsilence on June 02, 2016:

One of the music songs playing in Far Away Places while Don waits in the Howard Johnsons Restaurant for Megan is "In the Summernight" by Karl Wagner

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