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Music From Mad Men Season 5

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Mad Men Season 5 just wouldn’t have been the same without the music. Consider unforgettable moments like Megan singing “Zou Bisou Bisou,” Don putting on The Beatles record, and Nancy Sinatra’s “You Only Live Twice” playing over the closing scene of the finale. Warning: This list of songs from Season 5 may trigger serious audio recall.

Episode 1-2, “A Little Kiss”
“Ebb Tide (Marea Baja)” – Ken Griffin
“The ‘In’ Crowd” – Billy Page
“Walk on By” – Burt Bacharach
“Zou Bisou Bisou” – Gillian Hills
“You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me” – Dusty Springfield

Episode 3, “Tea Leaves”
“Sixteen Going on Seventeen” – The Sound of Music

Episode 4, “Mystery Date”
“He Hit Me (It Felt Like A Kiss)” – The Crystals

Episode 5, “Signal 30”
“Symphony No. 9 in D Minor” – Ludwig van Beethoven

Episode 6, “Far Away Places”
“Song of Volga Boatment” – Red Army Choir
“I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times” – The Beach Boys
“I Should Not Be Seeing You” – Connie Conway

Episode 7, “At the Codfish Ball”

“Meditation (Meditacao)” – Antonio Carlos Jobim

Episode 8, “Lady Lazarus”
“September in the Rain” – The Wedgewoods
“Tomorrow Never Knows” – The Beatles

Episode 9, “Dark Shadows”
“Sweepin’ The Clouds Away” – Maurice Chevalier

Episode 10, “Christmas Waltz”
“Christmas Waltz” – Doris Day
“Christmas Waltz” – Nellie McKay

Episode 11, “The Other Woman”
“You Really Got Me” – The Kinks

Episode 12, “Commissions and Fees”
“Butchie’s Tune” – The Lovin’ Spoonful

Episode 13, “The Phantom”
“You Only Live Twice” – Nancy Sinatra

To find out more about music from past seasons, check out these links:

Season 1 Music List
Season 2 Music List
Season 3 Music List
Season 4 Music List

Afterward, head to the Mad Men store to purchase the single of Jessica Pare singing “Zou Bisou Bisou,” Music from the Series, Volume 1, Music from the Series, Volume 2, and Mad Men: A Musical Companion (1960-1965).

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