Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 21 songs that can be heard in the movie “Jackie Brown”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.
All 21 songs featured in “Jackie Brown”:
"Across 110th Street" by Bobby Womack Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Opening credits. Opening scenes. Jackie glides along then walks through the airport.
"Strawberry Letter 23" by Brothers Johnson Timestamp:0:20 | Scene: Ordell put the tape on in the car while he has Beaumont in the trunk. He puts on his gloves, checks his gun and drives off. After a short ride he shoots Beaumont.
"Baby Love" by The Supremes Timestamp:0:22 | Scene: Simone dances and sings for Louis. She gets a call from Ordell and passes the phone to Louis.
"Long Time Woman" by Pam Grier Timestamp:0:32 | Scene: Jackie finds herself in a jail cell with other inmates.
"Natural High" by Bloodstone Timestamp:0:38 | Scene: Max watches Jackie walk towards him. He introduces himself to her and offers her a lift home. Jackie asks to see his ID in the car. Jackie winds down a window and asks if Max has any cigarettes.
"Exotic Dance" by Roy Ayers Timestamp:0:42 | Scene: Max and Jackie in the bar.
"Tennessee Stud" by Johnny Cash Timestamp:0:44 | Scene: Max explains that Beaumont's bond was also $10,000. Jackie thanks Max for the drink outside her house as Ordell watches from a car. The song stops when Ordell takes the keys out of the ignition.
"Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time" by The Delfonics Timestamp:0:53 | Scene: Jackie puts the record on her record player. She explains it's The Delfonics and Max says it's nice. They talk about Jackie's meeting with Ordell the night before.
"La La La Means I Love You" by The Delfonics Timestamp:0:56 | Scene: Jackie explains her ass is bigger. She tells Max about her job and her problem with it.
"(Holy Matrimony) Letter to the Firm" by Foxy Brown Timestamp:1:05 | Scene: Max picks up The Delfonics cassette in a record store.
"Inside My Love" by Minnie Riperton Timestamp:1:06 | Scene: Ordell meets Jackie in a bar. The bartender compliments Jackie and Ordell compliments her too. Jackie explains her involvement with the police and her plan.
"Who Is He (And What Is He to You?)" by Bill Withers Timestamp:1:11 | Scene: At the Cockatoo Inn Louis talks to Ordell about Melanie.
"Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time" by The Delfonics Timestamp:1:27 | Scene: Max listens to the cassette he bought in the car.
"Aragon" by Roy Ayers Timestamp:1:34 | Scene: Jackie packs her bag on the airplane.
"Undun" by Randy Bachman Timestamp:1:37 | Scene: Louis bangs on the door to tell Melanie to get a move on. He gets a call from Ordell.
"Street Life" by Randy Crawford Timestamp:1:38 | Scene: Jackie drives her car. Max drives his car. Later Jackie arrives at the mall, loads books into the bag and covers them with towels. She walks through the mall.
"Midnight Confessions" by The Grassroots Timestamp:1:38 | Scene: Melanie sings along to the song in the van with Louis. Louis turns it down but she turns it back up and tells him he's uptight.
"Midnight Confessions" by The Grassroots Timestamp:1:47 | Scene: Louis pulls away in the van after shooting Melanie.
"Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time" by The Delfonics Timestamp:1:49 | Scene: Max arrives at the mall and turns his ignition off. / Ordell shoots Louis and gets out the van.
"Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time" by The Delfonics Timestamp:2:13 | Scene: Ordell plays this briefly in the car with Max.
"Across 110th Street" by Bobby Womack Timestamp:2:22 | Scene: Closing scenes. Jackie drives her car and mimes along with the song. Song continues into end credits.
What’s the movie about?
A middle-aged woman finds herself in the middle of a huge conflict that will cost her either a windfall or her life.
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