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Episode 1.02: Ladies Room
Featured: I Can Dream, Can’t I, The Andrews Sisters
Closing Song: The Great Divide, The Cardigans
Episode 1.03: The Marriage of Figaro
Closing Song: PS, I Love You, Bobby Vinton
Episode 1.04: New Amsterdam
Closing Song: We’ll Take Manhattan, Ella Fitzgerald
Episode 1.05: 5G
Featured: Blue in Green, Miles Davis
Episode 1.06: Babylon
Closing Song: Babylon, Original Cast Recording (Written by Don McLean)
Episode 1.07: Red in the Face
Closing Song: Botch-A-Me (Ba-Ba-Baciami Piccina), Rosemary Clooney
Episode 1.08: The Hobo Code
Featured:The Twist, Chubby Checker
Episode 1.09: Shoot
Closing Song: My Special Angel , Bobby Helms
Episode 1.10: Long Weekend
Featured: Volare, The McGuire Sisters
Episode 1.11: Indian Summer
Featured: Agua de Beber, Astrud Gilberto
Episode 1.12: Nixon vs. Kennedy
Featured: Metro Polka, Frankie Laine
Episode 1.13: The Wheel
Closing Song: Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright, Bob Dylan
Episode 2.01: For Those Who Think Young
Opening Song: Let’s Twist Again, Chubby Checker
Featured: Song of the Indian Guest, from “Sadko,” by Rimsky-Korsakov plays when Betty descends the stairs.
Closing Song: Again, Song of the Indian Guest, Rimsky-Korsakov
Episode 2.02: Flight One
Featured at Paul Kinsey’s party: Congratulations Honey, Baby Washington and Crooked Woman, Edd Henry
Featured: Ue o Muite Arukō (The Sukiyaki Song), Kyu Sakamoto, in the Japanese restaurant
Closing Song: Temptation Is Hard To Fight, George McGregor & the Bronzettes (this also played at Paul’s party)
Episode 2.03: The Benefactor
Closing Song: Lollipops and Roses, Jack Jones
Episode 2.05: The New Girl
Featured: Theme from a Summer Place, Percy Faith and His Orchestra, on the radio as Don and Bobbi drive
Episode 2.06: Maidenform
Opening Song: The Infanta, the Decemberists
Featured: How Mable Get Sable Cha Cha Cha, David Carbona; when Peggy goes to the strip club
Episode 2.07: The Gold Violin
Closing Song: Break it to Me Gently, Brenda Lee
Episode 2.08: A Night to Remember
Closing Song: Early in the Morning, by Paul Stookey, performed by Colin Hanks
Episode 2.09: Six Month Leave
Closing Song: I’m Through With Love, Marilyn Monroe
Episode 2.10: The Inheritance
Closing Song: Telstar, The Tornadoes
Episode 2.11: The Jet Set
Closing Song: What’ll I Do?, Johnny Mathis
Episode 2.12: The Mountain King
Closing Song: Cup of Loneliness, George Jones
Episode 3.03: My Old Kentucky Home
My Old Kentucky Home is sung by Roger during the episode
Paul and Jeff sing Hello My Baby
Closing Song: Memories of You, Ben Webster
Episode 3.04: The Arrangements
Closing Song: Over There
Episode 3.05: The Fog
Closing Song: Me Voy a Morir de Tanto Amor by Alberto Iglesias (also featured when Betty is dreaming in the hospital)
Episode 3.06: Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency
Shortly before the lawnmower scene: Come on Twist, Jody Reynolds
Closing Song: Song to Woody, Bob Dylan
Episode 3.08: Souvenir
Closing Song: There’s a Small Hotel
Episode 3.09: Wee Small Hours
Closing Song: Prelude to a Kiss
Episode 3.11: The Gypsy and the Hobo
Closing Song: Where is Love, Oliver!
Episode 3.12: The Grown-Ups
Cosing song: The End of the World, Skeeter Davis (1962)
Ep 3.13: Shut the Door. Have a Seat
Closing song: Shahdaroba, Roy Orbison
Ep 4.01: Public Relations
Closing song: Tobacco Road, The Nashville Teens
Ep 4.02: Christmas Comes But Once a Year
Closing song: I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus, Teresa Brewer
Ep 4.03: The Good News
Featured: Sidewalk Surfin’, Jan and Dean
Featured: Old Cape Cod, Patti Page
Sung by a character: The House of the Rising Sun
Closing Song: Pacific Coast Highway by David Carbonara
Ep 4.04: The Rejected
Featured: Signed DC by Love; we hear a cover version by Brave New World (during the party that Peggy attends with Joyce)
Featured: Ruby in the Dust, by Micky Moody (again, at the party, while Peggy smokes pot)
Ep 4.05: The Chrysanthemum and the Sword
Closing song: I Enjoy Being a Girl sung by Doris Day
Ep 4.06: Waldorf Stories
Closing song: Up the Ladder of Success, Skeeter Davis
Ep 4.07: The Suitcase
Closing song: Bleecker Street, Simon and Garfunkel
Ep 4.09: The Beautiful Girls
Stan Rizzo sings Petula Clark’s Downtown.
Petula Clark’s I Know a Place was heard in the PJ Clarke’s scene.
Ep 4.10: Hands and Knees
Closing song: Do You Want To Know a Secret?, The Beatles, instrumental performed by Santo & Johnny.
Ep 4.11: Chinese Wall
Closing song: Welcome to My World, Jim Reeves
Ep 4.12: Blowing Smoke
Closing song: Trust in Me, Etta James
Ep 4.13: Tomorrowland
The song that Megan teaches the children is Il était un petit navire ( There Was A Little Ship), discussed here.
Featured (when Don jumps into the pool): Hot Dog, Here He Comes, Tri-Lites.
Featured (in the California diner): The Name Game, Shirley Ellis
Closing song: I’ve Got You, Babe, Sonny and Cher
Ep 5.01: A Little Kiss Part 1
Featured (played as Sally wakes up and wanders through the apartment) Ebb Tide, played by Ken Griffin
Featured (played as an instrumental at a party): The In Crowd
Featured (sung by Megan): Zou Bisou Bisou, by Gillian Hills
Ep 5.02: A Little Kiss Part 2
Closing song: You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me, Dusty Springfield.
Ep 5.03: Tea Leaves
Closing song: Sixteen Going on Seventeen, from The Sound of Music.
Ep 5.04: Mystery Date
Closing song: He Hit Me and It Felt Like a Kiss, by The Crystals (written by Carol King and Gerry Goffin).
Ep 5.05: Signal 30
Featured: Beethoven’s 9th, 2nd movement, the scherzo, played by Pete on his new stereo.
Closing song: Beethoven’s 9th, Ode to Joy.
Ep 5.06: Far Away Places
Featured: The Beach Boys, I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times, played at the LSD party.
Featured: I Should Not Be Seeing You, Connie Conway, as Roger and Jane leave the party.
Featured: The Beatles, I Wanna Hold Your Hand—Don whistles it in his flashback of coming home from Disneyland.
Ep 5.07: At the Codfish Ball
Featured: Meditation, Antonio Carlos Jobim, as Don and Emile carry the bags.
Ep 5.08: Lady Lazarus
Featured: September in the Rain, performed by The Wedgewoods, was suggested by Ken as a substitute for the Beatles for the Chevalier Blanc ad.
Featured: Don listens to Tomorrow Never Knows from Revolver (The Beatles).
Closing Song: Tomorrow Never Knows continues.
Ep 5.09: Dark Shadows
Closing song: Sweeping the Clouds Away, performed by Maurice Chevalier.
Ep 5.10: Christmas Waltz
Featured: The Christmas Waltz, performed by Doris Day, in the bar as Don and Joan talk.
Closing song: The Christmas Waltz, performed by Nellie McKay.
Ep 5.11: The Other Woman
Closing song: Girl, You Really Got Me Now, The Kinks.
Ep 5.12: Commissions and Fees
Closing song: Butchie’s Tune, The Lovin’ Spoonful
Ep 5.13: The Phantom
Closing song: You Only Live Twice, by John Barry and Leslie Bricusse, performed by Nancy Sinatra
Episode 6.01/6.02: The Doorway
Featured: The Francis women attend the Nutcracker
Featured: Sandy plays Chopin’s Nocturne in E Flat Major, Op. 9. No 2 on the violin
Closing Song: Hawaiian Wedding Song, Elvis Presley
Episode 6.03: The Collaborators
Featured: Aria during Don and Sylvia’s love scene is Casta Diva from Norma by Bellini.
Closing Song: Just a Gigolo, Bing Crosby
Episode 6.04: To Have and To Hold
Featured: I See Her Pretty Face, The Grand Prix
Featured: Friends I Haven’t Met Yet, by Blue Sandalwood Soap, plays while Don and Stan get stoned.
Featured: The Devastator, Stormy
Featured: A Teenager Feels It Too, Denny Reed
Featured: Bonnie and Clyde by Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot plays in the Electric Circus while Joan and Kate get their groove on.
Episode 6.05: The Flood
Closing Song: Love is Blue by Paul Mauriat
Episode 6.06: For Immediate Release
Featured: Get Back to the Westside, The Steam Machine; at the brothel
Featured: Baby Jane by Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels; at General Motors before the presentations.
Closing Song: Autumn Leaves, Cannonball Adderley
Episode 6.07: Man With a Plan
Closing Song: Reach out in the Darkness, Friend and Lover
Episode 6.08: The Crash
Featured: Going Out of My Head, Little Anthony and the Imperials; on the radio while Don listens at Sylvia’s door.
Featured: Dream a Little Dream of Me, Ozzie Nelson; on the radio in the scene where Aimeé seduces/molests Dick.
Closing Song: Words Of Love, The Mamas and the Papas
Episode 6.09: The Better Half
Closing Song: Always Something There to Remind Me, Lou Johnson (written by Burt Bacharach)
Episode 6.10: A Tale of Two Cities
Featured: Harper Valley PTA, Jeannie C. Riley; when Don, Roger, and Harry arrive at the party.
Featured: Rag Ahir Bhairav, Ravi Shankhar; plays during the hookah scene at the party.
Featured: Found Love, Fly-by-Nites, playing during the party.
Closing Song: Piece of My Heart, Janis Joplin
Episode 6.11: Favors
Featured: Why Oh Why, Little Alice (at dinner with Ted, Pete and Peggy)
Featured: Stranger On the Shore, Acker Bilk (playing in background at bar with Don drinking)
Episode 6.12: The Quality of Mercy
Closing Song: Porpoise Song (Theme from Head), the Monkees
Episode 6.13: In Care Of
Featured: Band of Gold, Don Cherry; when Don punches the preacher in the bar
Featured: Moon River is playing in Joan’s apartment on Thanksgiving Day.
Closing Song: Both Sides Now, Judy Collins (written by Joni Mitchell, this is the Judy Collins mega-hit version)
Episode 7.01: Time Zones
Featured: I’m a Man by the Spencer Davis Group (when Megan arrives to pick up Don at the Los Angeles airport)
Closing Song: You Keep Me Hanging On, performed by Vanilla Fudge
Episode 7.02: A Day’s Work
Featured: Elenore by the Turtles (during Don and Sally’s car ride)
Featured: Your Name and Mine by the Acorns (while Don and Sally are at the diner)
Closing Song: This Will Be Our Year, by the Zombies
Episode 7.03: Field Trip
Closing Song: If 6 Was 9, by Jimi Hendrix
Episode 7.04: The Monolith
Featured: Meet the Mets (sung by Don)
Closing Song: On a Carousel, The Hollies
Episode 7.05: The Runaways
Featured: You Make Me So Very Happy, Blood, Sweat, and Tears (on the stereo at Megan’s party)
Featured: Turkey in the Straw; opening notes played live at Megan’s party
Featured: Petite Fleur, Sidney Bechet, played live at Megan’s party
Featured: How Much Can A Man Take, Big John Hamilton; heard when Don and Harry are at the bar
Featured: Betty listens to Wagner’s Abendlich Strahlt der Sonne Auge on the radio
Featured: Savoy, at the end, in the Algonquin
Closing Song: Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line, Waylon Jennings (written by Jim Alley)
Episode 7.06: The Strategy
Featured: Don and Peggy dance to My Way, by Frank Sinatra.
Episode 7.07: Waterloo
Featured: The Best Things in Life Are Free, lyrics by B.G. DeSylva and Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson