The Irishman Soundtrack: Listen to all 23 songs with scene descriptions

Each song is provided with a scene description and timestamp, as well as a full-length audio playback.

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Note: Below is a complete playlist of all 23 songs that can be heard in the movie “The Irishman”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.


All 23 songs featured in “The Irishman”:


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Theme for The Irishman - Robbie Robertson
Timestamp: 0:00 | Scene: Song is heard several times in the film. It can be heard especially clearly when the gangsters have to go to prison.
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In The Still Of The Night - The Five Satins
Timestamp: 0:00 | Scene: Right at the beginning of the film. Frank tells the story. / Song is heard during the wedding scene. After the death of Hoffa. Song is also heard during the credits.
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Tuxedo Junction - Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
Timestamp: 0:07 | Scene: Frank Sheeran and Russell Bufalino meet for the first time at the gas station.
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I Hear You Knockin' - Smiley Lewis
Timestamp: 0:07 | Scene: Razor is introduced. Frank introduces himself.
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The Fat Man - Fats Domino
Timestamp: 0:10 | Scene: Montage of Frank as a truck driver. He distributes meat to the mafia.
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El Negro Zumbon - Flo Sandon's
Timestamp: 0:16 | Scene: Frank officially meets Russell at the club. They talk about the car that broke down.
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Le Grisbi - Jean Wetzel
Timestamp: 0:17 | Scene: Frank and Russell are talking in Italian. They eat bread at the club. He talks about the war.
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Delicado - Percy Faith and His Orchestra
Timestamp: 0:22 | Scene: Frank tells us that Russell is the man who controls everything.
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Have I Sinned - Donnie Elbert
Timestamp: 0:27 | Scene: Frank gets Skinny to see Razor. Frank beats him up.
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Song of The Barefoot Contessa - Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra
Timestamp: 0:29 | Scene: Song can be heard in the church.
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You Belong to Me - Jo Stafford
Timestamp: 0:40 | Scene: Frank sees the new waitress at the club. He will marry her later.
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A White Sport Coat - Marty Robbins
Timestamp: 0:43 | Scene: Frank and Russell's family are bowling. Peggy is afraid of Russell.
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Sally Go Round the Roses - Jaynetts
Timestamp: 0:44 | Scene: Song can be heard during bowling.
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Canadian Sunset - Eddie Heywood & Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra
Timestamp: 0:54 | Scene: Jimmy Hoffa eats ice cream with Frank's family.
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Honky Tonk, Pt. 2 - Bill Doggett
Timestamp: 0:55 | Scene: Jimmy blesses the plan. frank's daughter makes a presentation at school about Jimmy Hoffa.
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La vie en rose - Edith Piaf
Timestamp: 1:05 | Scene: Frank and Russell are talking in the bar.
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Melancholy Serenade - Jackie Gleason
Timestamp: 1:11 | Scene: Frank travels to the hotel to listen to Jimmy's union talk.
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Nocturne Bolero - Mario Nascimbene
Timestamp: 1:15 | Scene: Song can be heard in the bar.
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Pretend You Don't See Her - The Latin Casino All Stars
Frank watches Hoffa and Peggy dance.
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Qué Rico el Mambo - Pérez Prado Orchestra
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Cry - Johnnie Ray & The Four Lads
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Sleep Walk - Santo & Johnny
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The Time Is Now - The Golddiggers
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What’s the movie about?
“The Irishman” tells the epic saga of organized crime in postwar America is told from the point of view of Frank Sheeran, a World War II veteran. He worked as a drug dealer and contract killer alongside the most notorious figures of the 20th century. Set over several decades, the film addresses one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in U.S. history: the disappearance of legendary labor leader Jimmy Hoffa. It also provides a monumental look into the hidden machinery of organized crime – from internal operations to rivalries to connections in wide political circles.

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