Mad Men: A Musical Companion (1960-1965) ()

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Mad Men: A Musical Companion (1960-1965) - Various Artists
Track Listing
  1. Everybody's Somebody's Fool
  2. Baby (You've Got What It Takes)
  3. Lady Luck
  4. Frankie & Johnny]
  5. I'm Comin' on Back to You
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  1. Everybody's Somebody's Fool
  2. Baby (You've Got What It Takes)
  3. Lady Luck
  4. Frankie & Johnny]
  5. I'm Comin' on Back to You
  6. Gonzo
  7. But I Do
  8. Travelin' Man
  9. Desafinado
  10. Hey! Baby
  11. Rinky Dink
  12. Swingin' Gently
  13. Fly Me to the Moon
  14. Something's Got a Hold on Me
  15. Most People Get Married
  16. A Swingin' Safari
  17. Comin' Home Baby
  18. Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home
  19. Wives and Lovers
  20. King of the Road
  21. You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You
  22. You Never Can Tell
  23. I Only Want to Be with You
  24. That's the Way Boys Are
  25. Talking About My Baby
  26. Selfish One
  27. Doo Wah Diddy Diddy
  28. Shotgun
  29. Ain't That Peculiar
  30. It's Not Unusual
  31. Wooly Bully
  32. She's About a Mover
  33. I Got You Babe
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Mad Men: A Musical Companion (1960-1965) collects some of those years' best examples of vocal pop and rock & roll, with a little bit of soul, bossa nova, and jazz thrown in for good measure. This is a solid, enjoyable collection, bridging Ricky Nelson's "Travelin' Man," Marvin Gaye's "Ain't That Peculiar," and Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd's "Desafinado." While it doesn't quite capture the seismic cultural shifts of the Mad Men era, the collection does include a few slightly offbeat choices, such as Lloyd Price's "Lady Luck" ...

Mad Men: A Musical Companion (1960-1965) 2011, Hip-O

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