Soundtrack: JOBS

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Note: Below is a complete playlist of all 14 songs that can be heard in the movie “JOBS”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.

All 14 songs featured in “JOBS”:

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Peace Train - Cat Stevens
Timestamp: 0:04 | Scene: First song: Steve Jobs wakes up and walks through the university.
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Allegro from: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 – in G Ma - Johann Sebastian Bach
Timestamp: 0:08 | Scene: Jobs listens to the song and runs into the field.
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Sacrifice - The Brymers
Timestamp: 0:19 | Scene: Jobs and Wozniak are travelling by car.
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House of the Rising Sun - The Brymers
Timestamp: 0:23 | Scene: The song runs shortly after their presentation.
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Life’s Been Good - Joe Walsh
Timestamp: 0:29 | Scene: The two are in the process of building the computers.
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Silver Ghost - Parish Hall
Timestamp: 0:32 | Scene: Rod Holt drives up with his motorcycle.
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Roll With the Changes - REO Speedwagon
Timestamp: 0:47 | Scene: The song can be heard shortly after the presentation of the Apple 2.
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Boots of Spanish Leather - Bob Dylan
Timestamp: 1:24 | Scene: Steve is sitting in his office. Wozniak comes in and says he's quitting.
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Walk On the Ocean (Jobs Mix) - Toad the Wet Sprocket
Timestamp: 1:47 | Scene: Jobs listens to this song on his Walkman.
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You Can Do (Whatever) - Cat Stevens
Timestamp: 2:00 | Scene: The song is playing during the credits.
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Fantasie Impromptu in C-sharp minor, Op. posth. 66 - Frédéric Chopin (performed by Umi Garrett)
Scarborough Aire - Dylan McDonald & Cassidy Cooper
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There Were Times - Freddy Monday
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Shine On Me - Matthew Cheadle

What’s the movie about?
“JOBS” is a film biography about the Apple founder and the cultural icon Steve Jobs. The film shows his rise from a loner and dropout to a worldwide entrepreneurial superstar.

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