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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 on my profile page: charliecrews38)

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.

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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