Musical Companion to Golden Globe and Emmy Winning TV Series 'Mad Men' Features Pop Hits and Rediscovered Tracks from the Early '60s

From "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" And "Most People Get Married" To "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You" And "I Got You Babe"

Mar 02, 2011, 09:00 ET from Universal Music Enterprises

LOS ANGELES, March 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- If you were in the early '60s milieu of "Mad Men," the groundbreaking AMC series about the glamorous and ego-driven Golden Age of advertising, what music would you listen to on the radio?  Those songs are heard on Mad Men: A Musical Companion (1960-1965) (Hip-O/UMe), released March 29, 2011.  The two-CD package features nearly three dozen pop favorites of the era.  With both major hits and rediscovered tracks from a wide spectrum of artists, from Chuck Berry, Dusty Springfield and Sonny & Cher ("I Got You Babe" is heard over the end credits of the Season Four finale) to Dean Martin, Jackie Wilson, Tom Jones, Roger Miller and Ella Fitzgerald, Mad Men: A Musical Companion (1960-1965) exudes the romance and innocence of much of the music of the time, often used to great ironic effect in the series. 

One of the most critically acclaimed series on television and a three-time Emmy® winner for Outstanding Drama Series, the fourth season of "Mad Men" will be released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc from Lionsgate Home Entertainment on March 29th.  MAD MEN: SEASON FOUR contains all 13 episodes and is packed with hours of special features.


Disc One  

Everybody's Somebody's Fool/Connie Francis

Baby (You've Got What It Takes)/Brook Benton & Dinah Washington  

Lloyd Price/Lady Luck

Frankie & Johnny/Brook Benton

I'm Comin' On Back To You/Jackie Wilson

Gonzo/James Booker

But I Do/Clarence "Frogman" Henry

Travelin' Man/Ricky Nelson

Desafinado/Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd

Hey! Baby/Bruce Channel

Rinky Dink/Dave "Baby" Cortez

Swingin' Gently/Earl Grant

Fly Me To The Moon-Bossa Nova/Joe Harnell

Something's Got A Hold On Me/Etta James

Most People Get Married/Patti Page

A Swingin' Safari/Billy Vaughn

Disc Two

Comin' Home Baby/Mel Torme

Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home/Ella Fitzgerald

Wives And Lovers/Jack Jones

King Of The Road/Roger Miller

You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You/Dean Martin

You Never Can Tell/Chuck Berry

I Only Want To Be With You/Dusty Springfield

That's The Way Boys Are/Leslie Gore

Talking About My Baby/The Impressions

Selfish One/Jackie Ross

Doo Wah Diddy Diddy/Manfred Mann

Shotgun/Jr. Walker & The All Stars

Ain't That Peculiar/Marvin Gaye

It's Not Unusual/Tom Jones

Wooly Bully/Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs

She's About A Mover/Sir Douglas Quintet

I Got You Babe/Sonny & Cher

About Lionsgate

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