Woody Allen - Songs from Woody Allen's Films

Woody Allen - Songs from Woody Allen's Films

From “Blue Jasmine” to “Stardust Memories”, from “Midnight in Paris” to “Hannah and her sisters”, from “Radio Days” to “Mighty Aphrodite”, from “Annie Hall” to “Bullets over Broadway”, Woody Allen has always used jazz in his films. The music underlines the storyline and merges beautifully with each scene. Some of the greatest names in jazz and many of the greatest big bands have featured in his creations: Tommy Dorsey, Billie Holiday, Harry James, Django Reinhardt, Glenn Miller, Bix Beiderbecke, Ben Webster, Sidney Bechet, Louis Armstrong, Chick Webb, Lester Young, Erroll Garner, Artie Shaw, King Oliver, Red Garland, Jelly Roll Morton, and many more …

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1 - Sidney Bechet “Si tu vois ma mère” (from Midnight in Paris)
2 - Josephine Baker “La Conga Blicoti“ (from Midnight in Paris)
3 - Lizzie Miles “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” (from Blue Jasmine)
4 - King Oliver “West End Blues” (from Blue Jasmine)
5 - Louis Armstrong “Back O’ Town Blues (from Blue Jasmine)
6 - The Ink Spots “If I Didn’t Care (from Radio Days) 7 - The Mairy Macs “Mairzy Doats” (from Radio Days)
8 - Tommy Dorsey “I’m Getting Sentimental Over You” (from Radio Days)
9 - Glenn Miller “In the Mood” (from Radio Days) ["In the Mood" Written by Joseph Garland - Used by Permission of Shaprio, Bernstein & Co.,Inc. (ASCAP)]
10- Red Garland “Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year” (from Whatever Works)
11 - Chick Webb “If Dreams Come True” (from Stardust Memories)
12 - Louis Armstrong “Stardust” (from Stardust Memories)
13 - Harry James & Helen Forrest “I’ve Heard That Song Before” (from Hannah & Her Sisters)
14 - Harry James “You Made Me Love You” (from Hannah & Her Sisters)
15 - Artie Shaw “Moonglow” (from Annie Hall)
16 - Fred Astaire “Cheek to Cheek” (from The Purple Rose of Cairo)
17 - Tommy Dorsey “Keepin’ Out of Mischief Now” (from Interiors)
18 - Jelly Roll Morton “Wolverine Blues” (from Interiors)
19 - Benny Goodman “Whispering” (from Mighty Aphrodite)
20 - Erroll Garner “Penthouse Serenade” (from Mighty Aphrodite)
21 - Dooley Wilson “As Time Goes By” (from Play It Again Sam)
22 - Lester Young “I Can’t Get Started” (from Anything Else)
23 - Billie Holiday “Easy to Love” (from Anything Else)
24 - Django Reinhardt “Nagasaki” (from Bullets Over Broadway)
25 - Bix Beiderbecke “At the Jazz Band Ball” (from Bullets Over Broadway)
26 - Glenn Miller “Sunrise Serenade” (from the Curse of the Jade Scorpion)
27 - Duke Ellington “Sophisticated Lady” (from the Curse of the Jade Scorpion)
28 - Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli “Liebstraum # 3” (from Sweet & Lowdown)
29- Ben Webster “My Ideal” (from September)
30 -Teddy Wilson “I Got Rhythm” (from Celebrity)
31 - Coleman Hawkins “Out of Nowhere” (from Deconstructing Harry)
32 - Benny Goodman “Sing Sing Sing” (from Deconstructing Harry)
33 - Benny Goodman “If I Had You” (from You’ll Meet a Tall Dark Stranger)
34 - Duke Ellington “I let a Song Out of My Heart” (Melinda &Melinda)
35 - Artie Shaw “Moonglow” (from Alice)
36 - Erroll Garner “The Way You Look Tonight” (from Alice)
37 - Tommy Dorsey “Opus n°1” (from Radio Days)
38 - Glenn Miller “American Patrol (from Radio Days)
39 - Artie Shaw “Frenesi” (from Radio Days)
40 - The Mills Brothers “Paper Doll” (from Radio Days)

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Raya Ilieva
Raya Ilieva:
00:01 - Sidney Bechet "Si tu vois ma mère" (from Midnight in Paris)
03:14 - Josephine Baker "La Conga Blicoti" (from Midnight in Paris)
05:40 - Lizzie Miles "A Good Man Is Hard to Find" (from Blue Jasmine)
08:29 - King Oliver "West End Blues" (from Blue Jasmine)
12:05 - Louis Armstrong "Back O' Town Blues (from Blue Jasmine)
17:26 - The Ink Spots "If I Didn't Care (from Radio Days)
20:33 - The Mairy Macs "Mairzy Doats" (from Radio Days)
23:18 - Tommy Dorsey "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You" (from Radio Days)
26:55 - Glenn Miller "In the Mood" (from Radio Days)
30:29 - Red Garland "Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year" (from Whatever Works)
36:05 - Chick Webb "If Dreams Come True" (from Stardust Memories)
39:27 - Louis Armstrong "Stardust" (from Stardust Memories)
43:00 - Harry James & Helen Forrest "I've Heard That Song Before" (from Hannah & Her Sisters)
45:59 - Harry James "You Made Me Love You" (from Hannah & Her Sisters)
49:07 - Artie Shaw "Moonglow" (from Annie Hall)
52:34 - Fred Astaire "Cheek to Cheek" (from The Purple Rose of Cairo)
55:57 - Tommy Dorsey "Keepin' Out of Mischief Now" (from Interiors)
58:43 - Jelly Roll Morton "Wolverine Blues" (from Interiors)
1:02:01 - Benny Goodman "Whispering" (from Mighty Aphrodite)
1:04:49 - Erroll Garner "Penthouse Serenade" (from Mighty Aphrodite)
1:07:51 - Dooley Wilson "As Time Goes By" (from Play It Again Sam)
1:10:36 - Lester Young "I Can't Get Started" (from Anything Else)
1:14:16 - Billie Holiday "Easy to Love" (from Anything Else)
1:17:29 - Django Reinhardt "Nagasaki" (from Bullets Over Broadway)
1:20:20 - Bix Beiderbecke "At the Jazz Band Ball" (from Bullets Over Broadway)
1:23:18 - Glenn Miller "Sunrise Serenade" (from the Curse of the Jade Scorpion)
1:26:44 - Duke Ellington "Sophisticated Lady" (from the Curse of the Jade Scorpion)
1:29:25 - Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli "Liebstraum # 3" (from Sweet & Lowdown)
1:32:44 - Ben Webster "My Ideal" (from September)
1:40:00 -Teddy Wilson "I Got Rhythm" (from Celebrity)
1:43:29 - Coleman Hawkins "Out of Nowhere" (from Deconstructing Harry)
1:46:47 - Benny Goodman "Sing Sing Sing" (from Deconstructing Harry)
1:50:56 - Benny Goodman "If I Had You" (from You'll Meet a Tall Dark Stranger)
1:54:00 - Duke Ellington "I let a Song Out of My Heart" (Melinda &Melinda)
1:57:05 - Artie Shaw "Moonglow" (from Alice)
2:00:32 - Erroll Garner "The Way You Look Tonight" (from Alice)
2:04:19 - Tommy Dorsey "Opus n°1" (from Radio Days)
2:07:15 - Glenn Miller "American Patrol (from Radio Days)
2:10:33 - Artie Shaw "Frenesi" (from Radio Days)
2:13:40 - The Mills Brothers "Paper Doll" (from Radio Days)
Sourav Roy
Sourav Roy:
I'm very proud of my gold pocket watch. My grandfather, on his deathbed, sold me this watch.
- Woody Allen
Lou Maresca
Lou Maresca:
What a good idea this compilation is! Good stuff!!
Aleksey Speransky
Aleksey Speransky:
Это просто замечательная музыка !!! Спасибо !
Andrea F.
Andrea F.:
Esse cara tem um mega bom gosto! Seleção incrível!
Vicente Albayay Rodríguez
Vicente Albayay Rodríguez:
Amazing songs... So many memories...
Hernan Parra
Hernan Parra:
como odio la publicidad!!!
Susi Lumi Farina
Susi Lumi Farina:
Hermoso hallazgo!
final reconfortante para un día más que complicado.
Y Qué buen gusto el de Woody.
Gracias por la compilación y por la lista.
Antonio de Pádua Cruz
Antonio de Pádua Cruz:
The choices of Woody,,,,,absolutely fantastics.
Lily Pauker
Lily Pauker:
Woody Allen knows how to choose MUSIC . Listening to his movie soundtracks enables me to relax, puts me in the right mood in order to go on with my work, I appreciate his artistic understanding on how to achieve the appropriate effect by using the music not only as background but as a statement.
Nomadic Brian
Nomadic Brian:
One of the best things about Woody Allen films. His selection of music. I'd like to sit down with him for a couple of hours and pick his brains about his selections. This music combined with his talent for making cities like New York and Paris look so charming and romantic. I left New York City years ago but films like Manhattan have always brought me back if nothing but for just a moment.
Carolina Marchesano
Carolina Marchesano:
Un compendio de hermosa música de antaño, melancólica y chispeante. Para disfrutar!
Tigre & Lapine
Tigre & Lapine:
1:46:47 - Benny Goodman "Sing Sing Sing" (from Deconstructing Harry) was also in Manhattan Murder Mystery!
Susanna Kay
Susanna Kay:
For me, the first song presented here, Sidney Bechet's unforgettable "Si Tu Vois Ma Mère," will be forever linked with the beautiful opening scene of "Midnight In Paris." Merci Woody, merci.
Valery Dekov
Valery Dekov:
Вуди Аллен удивительно умный, тонкий и ироничный (что особенно ценно) художник.
Nelson Ruiz Bórquez
Nelson Ruiz Bórquez:
para quienes gozamos de las pelis de W A ...la música es también un regalo!!!!
Angélica Vega
Angélica Vega:
Woody makes my life less miserable.
What a joy to see him on the screen.
RevDick. Norsworthy
RevDick. Norsworthy:
This is the REAL thing!  I could listen for hours to this and be alive again in those times the music brings to mind so vividly.
Athanasia Karam
Athanasia Karam:
The best music for travelling thoughts.
Kaz Dav
Kaz Dav:
Didnt know i was lookin' for this till i found it, ta.
Gladiola Gladrags
Gladiola Gladrags:
Every one of Wood Allen's films is a masterpiece, thank you for sharing all of this beautiful music from them.  Bravo!
Elena Fernández
Elena Fernández:
¡¡Ay, mi Woody!! Siempre enamorada de él, desde "Sueños de Seductor"
Belén Gómez
Belén Gómez:
Thanks from Argentina for bringing all this songs together. They are making me travel through different scenes, different places, different emotions.
Cynthia Fernandes
Cynthia Fernandes:
This is amazing! Thank you so much.
Enrique Zurita
Enrique Zurita:
Hermosìsimo. Un placer inmenso al escuchar, y un recuerdo emocionado de las pelìculas de Woody...casi todas, inolvidables
Vahan Nisanian
Vahan Nisanian:
It is 2014. Woody Allen is still making films, and they are films that will be remembered, even after he is dead and buried.

Mia Farrow on the other hand: Out of work, no money left, and desperately trying to revive her career, by reopening a stupid scandal, full of so many lies.
Fátima Rodrigues
Fátima Rodrigues:
Woody Allen really has a good ear for music
Mahmoud Sayed
Mahmoud Sayed:
Romantic...Cheerful...Timeless...Awesome for ever...Woody Allen 3> 3>
Robert Peter Banck
Robert Peter Banck:
What does Woody Allen's life have to do with the music on this upload?
Lady C
Lady C:
Bellísimo!!! Amo esta música!!!
Martha Liliana
Martha Liliana:
Feliz Cumpleaños Woody... celebro su Existencia escuchando esta delicia de música!!
Eduardo Castro
Eduardo Castro:
Hermosa selecciòn musical, llena de buen gusto y delicadeza jazzìstica !!!!!!
Marijka Tilton
Marijka Tilton:
The best kind of music. Legendary music. Legendary films. Have to say, my favorite is 43:00 "I've Heard that Song Before". It completely transports you. I wish I could be slow dancing in a late night jazz bar or something of the sort. So beautiful.
I love all sound tracks of midnight in Paris. According to me it's got the best sound tracks among all of woody's movie.
Fernando Braz
Fernando Braz:
Time tags would help a lot, even in this case where ALL SONGS worth listening!
Misha Sandro
Misha Sandro:
Absolute genius....  
Back in the good old days I would buy Woody's soundtracks and tape them on cassette (the reel to reel just wasn't working out in the car) and play them as i drove around. It was all to impress the ladies... it worked! (and I never had to buy Woody's again!) (rimshot!)
Francisco Mauro
Francisco Mauro:
NATALIIA... This soundtrack I am everytime hearing, when I want to remember you, and dream with another life, full of passion, desire, and the assurance that God ever does the right way...
Deborah Cook
Deborah Cook:
Didn't seen many of the movies...but I do remember my parents dancing off most of this music while I watched in wonder, thank you for playlist, even at 70 y/o, brought back memories and happy tears to my eyes
Captain Pugwash
Captain Pugwash:
Woody Allen is one of a kind. God bless him... the world is just a little bit richer for his presence here.
Gustavo Mezcala
Gustavo Mezcala:
This music takes me back, even though I was born in the 50s, somehow I feel right at home.
Because of Woody's impeccable taste in real jazz, we have a reliable source of the best of the best. Allen is an international treasure. Years from now, his films will be considered "classics." We can only hope that the idiot comments about his personal life choices willl be long forgotten.
Looking forward to Magic in the Moonlight and more good jazz!
Ksenija Lea Ronai
Ksenija Lea Ronai:
love this songs! thanks :-)
The idea that a man could create such pure genius makes you appreciate his work so much more, adding to the already wonderful music.
Alejandro FloresS
Alejandro FloresS:
Un autor, actor , jazzista y cineasta fuera de serie
¡¡ Vamos, vamos, muchachos !!   Doña Paca y La Conga Blicoti. Guay del Paraguay a más no poder.
Василиса Лихолитова
Василиса Лихолитова:
how much i love woody's films & soundtracks to his films... the playlist is just great.
Isabel Rodriguez
Isabel Rodriguez:
Como para pasarse horas y horas escuchando y disfrutando.
Carlos Fernando Gutierrez Canales.
Carlos Fernando Gutierrez Canales.:
Amazing :3333333
Yazan Marmash
Yazan Marmash:
Great stuff!! Thank you
Carlos Compagno
Carlos Compagno:
Woody Allen live in Buenos Aires!
Wow, thanks a lot for taking the time to actually list all the songs/artists. Really cool, man; appreciated. 
Amarylis Fisher
Amarylis Fisher:
Midnight in Paris was my favorite then came Blue Jasmine. I am just a fickle romantic.
I am not married to anything unless it asked me to marry it and I say yes!
Eliane Pastorello
Eliane Pastorello:
That´s it! He is what he is, and we who love him, all we gotta do is love him!
Rafaella Pontes
Rafaella Pontes:
FedericaChannel ***FEDERICA RIVA***
FedericaChannel ***FEDERICA RIVA***:
Adorabile!!! Woody é geniale e la musica amazing!!
Stoyan Ivanov
Stoyan Ivanov:
Love it
Alvaro Monsalve
Alvaro Monsalve:
Excelente coleccion,eso es sublime....
Manuel Molina Gómez
Manuel Molina Gómez:
Gracias, una selección maravillosa
Elizabeth Duppa
Elizabeth Duppa:
Me encanta tu música woody,
Max Hustwick
Max Hustwick:
Thank you for helping me study!
J .Gerber
J .Gerber:
perfect selection.... it made my day, it will make my week... 
Anna P Eklöf
Anna P Eklöf:
Wonderful!  thanks! Curing myself from a flu listening  to this. Best way!
pablo beltaco
pablo beltaco:
excelente,gracias dsd bsas
Emily Joy Simms
Emily Joy Simms:
this is splendid. a fine bouquet of favourities! thank you.
Saw this right after " A rainy day in new york ". It's wonderful how these songs can bring indescribable feeling. Love it !
Felhek Lehrian
Felhek Lehrian:
This puts my inner demons to sleep. Thank you.
Ignacio Altuna
Ignacio Altuna:
El señor Woody Allen es un genio contemporáneo de la cinematografía. En la Argentina es especialmente admirado desde sus primeros filmes, en los '70. Su capacidad como creador está fuera de toda discusión. Pero tan relevante como lo anterior es su genialidad en recuperar el sonido del jazz (y sus anexos) y transformarlo en parte integral de sus filmes a través del hot, el swing y de toda otra variante estilistica, dándole un trasfondo musical impresionante a sus imágenes y diálogos (o soliloquios). Ya está en el Partenón de los más grandes y su legado para el arte popular de USA hacia todo el mundo es universalmente reconocido. Aquí, algún otro talentoso ha recogido una selección notable de la música que ornamenta sus películas; todo un bouquet admirable de buen gusto, mejor sonido y admirable ritmo. Las gracias a Allen, sus recopiladores, y a los viejos creadores de esta música admirable...!

Chau! Desde BA, Nacho!
Purple Rose Of Cairo. The end with Mia, Fred & Ginger.Even Mia thinks he did her right then ... AND Then that is that was left when the smoke cleared.
JUST LOVE IT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
Giovanna Victor
Giovanna Victor:
Jeanne Corson
Jeanne Corson:
Didn't listen to it all, but what I heard I enjoyed...jazzy, bluesie, sexy, eras gone by...thanks for sharing & thank you, Woody.
Marcio Imóveis
Marcio Imóveis:
Obrigado por esta maravilhosa seleção do mister Woody Allen! mais uma vez Obrigado!
Ismael Ochoa
Ismael Ochoa:
Paris at midnight in the rain, great!!!!
Marko Uskokovic
Marko Uskokovic:
And now it's 889 comments, sorry for breaking the score boys and girls.
Cindy Ngai
Cindy Ngai:
thank you so much for sharing these soundtracks!
Mai Mohamed
Mai Mohamed:
Sharmelinee Smith
Sharmelinee Smith:
Thank you!
nathan smith
nathan smith:
Absolutely brilliant
Gorica Cankovic
Gorica Cankovic:
this is really amazing. Thank you for this upload.
Yiannis Marakas
Yiannis Marakas:
Excellent!!! Very good idea.  
trampantojo 48
trampantojo 48:
Just what I was looking for. Thanks!
Tage Tallqvist
Tage Tallqvist:
oh magic!!
i hate youtube sometimes
i hate youtube sometimes:
How do you call the type of music @ 1:40:00 ? Swing Jazz ? When the bass solo drops, looking for it for a long time :/
Eileen Holowka
Eileen Holowka:
I've been waiting for this video my whole life!
Meu youtube, Tanechka.
Meu youtube, Tanechka.:
When I'm sad, I look for songs Woody Allen, it's wonderful! 
joy, sleek and very enticing your music!
Geoff Strum
Geoff Strum:
Woody’s movies have given me joy
and their wonderful soundtracks have led to an appreciation and love
For American jazz from the 1920’s
through to the 60’s:
Carolina Alcalde
Carolina Alcalde:
Woody I saw you in Madrid playing with your band. Your art is "pura vida".
Gabriela Acosta
Gabriela Acosta:
Love this so much. I feel in love. 
ales recofsky
ales recofsky:
Gracias me encanto!!!!!!!!
diana obregon huaman
diana obregon huaman:
Perfect for a night of love ! *_*
Laura Juliana Rodriguez
Laura Juliana Rodriguez:
I love his taste in music for his movies,the best music 
Jack Frost
Jack Frost:
advert saturation.
Thanks for posting this variety of music from Woody's movies.  Makes me feel that I missed a really great era in the history of music.  Oh, and his movies are very funny.