Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 16 songs that can be heard in the drama film “Black Mass”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 16 songs featured in “Black Mass”:
It’s Not My Cross To Bear - The Allman Brothers Band Scene: Song can be heard right at the beginning of "Black Mass". It's the year 1975 and Kevin fights with Charlie McTiernan in front of a club.
Turn To Stone - Joe Walsh Scene: Song can be heard in the background in the bar: Jimmy and his gang celebrate after being stopped by cop Flyn.
The Christmas Song - Dexter Gordon Scene: Christmas is celebrated in Connolys house with a big dinner.
Jingle Bells - Ella Fitzgerald Scene: The Christmas tree lights are switched on.
Slave - The Rolling Stones Scene: Flashback to 1981: Jimmy is acknowledged as a drug boss. They now earn a lot of money.
No Me Llores Más - Willie Colón Scene: In the bar: Jimmy and his people pay Brian $20,000 so he doesn't tell anyone they're going to kill Roger Wheeler.
The Wearing Of The Green - Kevin Barry Irish American Pipes and Drums Scene: St. Patrick's Day is celebrated. Jimmy is approached by John Connoly, who now knows that they want to kill Wheeler.
Gary Owen - Boston University Marching Band Scene: John Connoly tells Jimmy who betrayed the plan. It was Brian.
Don’t Bring Me Down - The Animals Scene: The FBI learns from the bug that Angiulo is dirty.
Don’t Leave Me This Way - Thelma Houston Scene: Heard at Miami Beach Club: Jimmy, John and their people celebrate while Callahan gets killed.
Easy To Love - Oscar Peterson Scene: Song can be heard at the end of the film: In the bar: John Connoly and Morris talking.
War Child - Blondie Scene:
Polka Dots And Moonbeams - Wes Montgomery Scene:
Warm Ways - Fleetwood Mac Scene:
The Two Lonely People - Bill Evans Scene:
Till It’s Gone - Yelawolf Scene:
What’s the movie about?
The thriller “Black Mass” is about FBI agent John Connolly (Joel Edgerton) and Irish gangster James “Whitey” Bulger (Johnny Depp). In the 70s Connolly convinces the gangster Bulger to cooperate with the FBI. Their common goal is the breaking up of the Italian Mafia.
“Black Mass” is based on a true story and shows how “Whitey” escaped prosecution and became the most powerful gangster in Boston’s history.