Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 24 songs that can be heard in the movie “Black Snake Moan”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.
All 24 songs featured in “Black Snake Moan”:
"When The Lights Go Out" by The Black Keys Timestamp:0:01 | Scene: Opening scenes. Rae (Christina Ricci) and Ronnie (Justin Timberlake) make love.
"Lord Have Mercy On Me" by Outrageous Cherry Timestamp:0:09 | Scene: Rae walks along the road in her jean shorts. Opening credits. She holds up a tractor.
"Standing In My Doorway Crying" by Jessie Mae Hemphill Timestamp:0:12 | Scene: Lazarus (Samuel L. Jackson) drinks in the bar as a large woman flirts with him.
"Pass And Fail" by The Heartless Bastards Timestamp:0:16 | Scene: Rae arrives at the party and tells her friends about Ronnie shipping out.
"Mr. Oblivian" by Eldorado and the Ruckus Timestamp:0:17 | Scene: 2nd song at the party. Rae drinks with a friend to stop her coughing. A guy turns up with a joint. Rae goes to talk to Gill.
"The Losing Kind" by John Doe Timestamp:0:18 | Scene: Rae talks to Gill but he angers her and she storms off. She takes pills and drinks. At the same time Lazarus drinks and clears stuff from his house.
"Just Like A Bird Without A Feather" by Samuel L. Jackson and Kenny Brown Timestamp:0:19 | Scene: Lazarus sings and plays the guitar in his house. Meanwhile, Rae plays american football and some guy has sex with her in the field.
"Hate On" by Al Kapone Timestamp:0:21 | Scene: Rae struggles to walk after the party ends. Gill offers to take her home.
"Morning Train" by Precious Bryant Timestamp:0:25 | Scene: Lazarus leaves his home in the morning and carries a black bag to the bins. He spots Rae lying in the road.
"Chicken Heads" by Bobby Rush Timestamp:0:32 | Scene: Lazarus asks Tehronne about Rae.
"Catfish Blues" by Samuel L. Jackson Timestamp:0:40 | Scene: Lazarus sings the song and plays his guitar. He gets a large chain out of the shed.
"Jesus On The Mainline" by Tate County Singers Timestamp:0:41 | Scene: Lazarus works outside as the record plays. Rae wakes up as Lazarus pours a drink of water. She asks him to turn the music off.
"Granny, Do Your Dog Bite?" by Otha Turner and The Rising Star Fife & Drum Band Timestamp:0:46 | Scene: Lazarus drags Rae back into the house using the chain.
"Lonesome In My Home" by Junior Kimbrough Timestamp:0:48 | Scene: Lazarus dresses Rae's wounds and explains about rotating crops.
"A Town With No Shame" by Jimbo Mathus Timestamp:1:06 | Scene: Ronnie drinks in the bar with Gill and threatens another bloke.
"Old Black Mattie" by R.L. Burnside Timestamp:1:08 | Scene: Lazarus puts the record on and comments on how sharp Rae's new dress is. Rae explains that she doesn't cook. R.L. and the kid talk outside.
"All I Need Is Some Sunshine In My Life" by Dixie Nightingales Timestamp:1:10 | Scene: Rae, Lazarus, R.L. and the kid eat dinner. Ronnie arrives home with Gill.
"Black Snake Moan" by Samuel L. Jackson and Jason Freeman Timestamp:1:19 | Scene: Lazarus plays the electric guitar and sings for Rae as the thunder claps outside.
"Balm In Gilead" by S. Epatha Merkerson Timestamp:1:26 | Scene: Angela sings for Lazarus.
"My Baby Got Drunk" by Paul "Wine" Jones Timestamp:1:29 | Scene: Lazarus and Rae arrive at the bar and go inside. It's jam packed with people and Lazarus wants to know why.
"Alice Mae" by Samuel L. Jackson, Kenny Brown and Cedric Burnside Timestamp:1:30 | Scene: Lazarus performs live on stage with the band.
"Stackolee" by Samuel L. Jackson, Kenny Brown, Luther Dickinson and Cedric Burnside Timestamp:1:32 | Scene: 2nd song performed by Lazarus and the band in the bar.
"This Little Light Of Mine" by Christina Ricci and Alvin Youngblood Hart Timestamp:1:36 | Scene: Rae sings as Lazarus plays the guitar.
"Mean Ol' Wind Died Down" by North Mississippi Allstars Timestamp:1:50 | Scene: End credits.
What’s the movie about?
A God-fearing bluesman takes on a fierce young woman who, a victim of childhood sexual abuse, searches everywhere for love and never quite finds it.