Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 24 songs that can be heard in the comedy film “Love the Coopers”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 24 songs featured in “Love the Coopers”:
Merry Christmas, Baby – Otis Redding Scene: Eleanor meets Joe at the airport bar.
Girl from the North Country – Bob Dylan Scene: Eleanor apologizes to Joe.
Soul Cake aka “A Stoalin” – Sting Scene: Bucky is angry because Ruby didn't tell her she quit her job.
To Love Somebody – Nina Simone Scene: Joe introduces himself having fun with Eleanor at the airport.
Carol of the Bells – Sixpence None the Richer Scene: Bo is looking for the perfect gift for his brother.
Ring them Bells – Sarah Jarosz Scene: In the hospital: The doctor says Bucky is getting better.
Fear of Silence – Nick Urata Scene: Emma confesses to Percy that she swallowed the jewellery.
Joy to the World – The O’Neill Brothers Scene: The children cry while being photographed with Santa.
I Only Care About You – Xu Fengming Scene: Eleanor follows Joe in the hospital corridor.
Tears Of Happiness (Chill Out Mix) – Psytrotune Scene: Everyone is happy again...
Buckets of Rain – Bob Dylan Scene: Charlotte fights with Sam in the kitchen.
If Not For You – Bob Dylan Scene: To be heard at the end of the film. Everybody dances.
White Winter Hymnal – Fleet Foxes Scene: The first song to be heard in the credits.
The Light of Christmas Day – Robert Plant & Alison Krauss Scene: The second song, which can be heard in the credits.
O Holy Night – Tamika Lawrence, Molly June & Wes Hutchinson
Little Drummer Boy – Molly June & Wes Hutchinson
Companion – The Dodos
On The Bridge – Nick Urata
Carol of the Bells – London Fox Children’s Choir
My Sharona – Berton Averre and Douglas Fieger
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen – Jerrad Green
Little Drummer Boy – Katherine Davis, Henry Onorati and Harry Simeone
Hep Cat’s Holiday – The Cats And The Fiddle
What’s the movie about?
“Love the Coopers” is a comedy about the Coopers’ family life. At Christmas several generations gather to enjoy the holidays together. But everyone in the family has their own problems, which they don’t want to pronounce at Christmas. The Coopers are in an explosive mood that endangers Christmas.