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Casino soundtrack


Casino (1995)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 00881113892
Label: MCA
Label number: MCAD 11389
Running time: not on file
Shipping date: November 20th, 1995
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
CD 1 (multi-CD album)
1.  Contempt; Théme de Camille - Georges Delerue
2.  Angelina / Zooma, Zooma Medley - Louis Prima
3.  Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters
4.  I'll Take You There - The Staple Singers
5.  Nights In White Satin - The Moody Blues
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Can't You Hear Me Knocking - The Rolling Stones (found on the Blow soundtrack CD)
Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones
Heart of Stone - The Rolling Stones
Sweet Virginia - The Rolling Stones
Takes Two to Tango - Ray Charles
Whip It - Devo

Add more missing songs to this list, or tell us in what scenes these songs are heard or where they can be found.
 
Soundtrack Q & A
Q: There is a song used several times in this movie, heard the first time when Joe Pesci is switching cars to avoid being tracked and then also when he's got the guy's head in a vice. Parts of it sound like a lot of drumming. It's not on the soundtrack. (from tyler in canada)
A: It is "Toad" by Cream. (thanks to Rick, Memphis, TNadd more info

Q: There is a song playing when Sharon Stone dances while De Niro is having a drink and looking at her. It's a female voice and sounds like"...dreamin, dreamin, dreamin..." What is the name of this song? (from ashwya in san jose CA USA)
A: "All I Have To Do Is Dream" by The Everly Brothers. (thanks to Scut Farkus, OuterSpaceadd more info

Q: During the scene in a bar when Joe Pesci is stabbing a guy in the neck with a pen for insulting De Niro, is that the Rolling Stones "Sweet Virginia"? (from Robert in Los Angeles.CA.)
A: No, it's "Long Long While" by Mick Jagger solo. (thanks to Rick, Memphis, TNadd more info

Q: This song was in the background when Joe Pesci and Sharon Stone have their first fling, the only words I remember from the song were "...I love you, and I love you..." It sounds like one of those slow rock classics. I'm not sure if it's on the soundtrack but I heard the whole thing and I don't remember this song being on the album. (from b19 in Canada)
A: It's probably "Nights in White Satin" by the Moody Blues. It's on disc 1 of the soundtrack. (thanks to Robert, Los Angeles,CA.add more info
A: The Velvetones - "The Glory of Love" (thanks to try by 12, richmond, cal.add more info
A: If you are talking about the scene where Nicky and Ginger are in the trailer, he agrees to be her sponsor and Ginger eventually ends up with her face in Nicky's lap, the song is "The Thrill is Gone" by B.B. King (thanks to Phat, Georgiaadd more info

Q: What song is playing when De Niro gives money to Stone for her to play a bit! When she returns he thinks that she has won even if she says she lost everything... what is that song called and who performs it? (from norman in düren, germany)
A: I'm pretty sure it's "Heart of Stone" by the Rolling Stones. (thanks to Robert, Los Angeles,CA.add more info

Q: What's the song playing when the Japanese high roller is greeted by Robert de Niro at the front of the casino after the Japanese gambler misses his flight? (from opa74 in Las Cruces)
A: It's "The In Crowd" By Ramsey Lewis, I just don't know which version it is. (thanks to commander_jodo, Tacoma, Waadd more info

Q: What's the song playing when Sharon Stone throws the chips in the air when she's caught stealing chips from that guy in thick glasses???? (from andy in neath)
A: "Slippin' And Slidin'" by Little Richard (thanks to opa74, nowhereadd more info

Q: Right after Sharon Stone throws the chips and Robert De Niro makes eye contact with her a song comes up and it goes: "Baby, yeah, your the one" Who sings that!! (from nella in Los Angeles, CA USA)
A: "Love is Strange" by Mickey and Sylvia (thanks to waterdude, USAadd more info

Q: What song is playing when Robert De Niro suspects two hustlers in his casino (one of them gets his hand broken by a hammer)? (from CB in gloucester)
A: The Jeff Beck Group - I Ain't Superstitious (thanks to Johnts71, Texasadd more info

Q: What is the song on the DVD menu? I have heard it used in a lot of reality shows and commercials. (from JDowg1 in Lubbock, Texas)
A: "Superbad" by Top Dogz (thanks to theyips1218, Floridaadd more info

Q: What is the name of the beautiful oratorium heard at the beginning of this movie, and who is the composer? Thanks a lot for your reply. (from Kaare Kvinge in Bergen Norway)
A: Wir setzen uns mit Tranen nieder, by JS Bach, from St Matthews Passion BVW 244... (thanks to Ned, Micanopy, FLadd more info

Q: What is the song playing when Joe Pesci is in the casino and getting angry because he keeps losing, when he hits the casino manager over the head with a telephone? No lyrics in it from what you can hear, just "...ooh ooh oooooh..." sort of. (from kjm55 in England)
A: "Ain't Got a Home" - Clarence Henry (thanks to michele, caadd more info

Q: What's the song playing when Robert de Niro and Joe Pesci have a secret meeting in the car in ace his garage? The music is at first loud and when the doors close it's softer. (from niek in Eindhoven)
A: "Go Your Own Way" from Fleetwood Mac. (thanks to Mario, Germanyadd more info

Q: What's the song playing near the end of the movie when Ginger is in her drug haze and you see her sliding down a hotel corridor looking wasted? (from Insti in UK)
A: "The House of the Rising Sun" performed by The Animals. (thanks to xray, Bloomfield, NJadd more info
A: I think the Rolling Stones did this rendition. (thanks to angelgabriel, kilroggadd more info
A: It's the Animals with Eric Burdon lead vocal, not Jagger or the Stones. (thanks to Tripper, Joisey!add more info

Q: What is the instrumental piano song in this movie? I forget exactly where it is at in the movie but it is toward the beginning. (from Daniel in Washington)
A: "The In Crowd" by Ramsey Lewis (thanks to Kevin, NCadd more info

Q: From what album or concert is the live version of "Gimme Shelter" in this movie from?
...from Schwatnot in New York (answer Schwatnot's question)

Q: What's the song playing when all the dead bodies were popping up and the navy blue car is blown? (from Kenny in Stamford, CT, Fairfield, 06902)
A: I'll answer my own question: it's called "Gimme Shelter" by the Rolling Stones (thanks to Me Myslef & I, Ct 06902add more info

Q: What's the song playing when they are shooting the cop's house? It goes "...baby baby baby baby baby..." (from twany in no)
A: "I Can't Get No Satisfaction" by Devo (thanks to az, Toronto Canadaadd more info

Q: There is a song that is more like someone reading a poem or rhyme. What is the name of this? (from leopetro in Port Harcourt, Nigeria)
A: If you're talking of the song that plays when Ginger is taking money from the bank after Ace refuses giving her $25,000, it's "Glory of Love" by the Velvetones. (thanks to Sam, CAadd more info

Q: At approximately the 12th minute of the film, there's a BLUES song that I'd like to know the name of. The song is in the background when Nicky talks about Ace: that he (Ace) even studies the velocity of the wind and the different types of bounces from different types of wood so that he always makes a sure-to-win bet.  (from Frosty in Romania CJ)
A: I found it myself! It's the "Hoochie Coochie Man" from the soundtrack. (thanks to Frosty, Winterlandadd more info

Q: What is the instrumental song playing when the cops are putting all the guys in jail?
...from bella  in california  (answer bella 's question)

Q: What's the song playing just after Joe Pesci's character finds out he's been blackbooked and his response is "they're not getting rid of me, f*** em, f*** em"? I think it's a Rolling Stones song - the vocals sound like Jagger. (from Derek in London)
A: It is the Rolling Stones song called "Can't You Hear Me Knockin" (thanks to eric, long beach caadd more info

Q: What song is playing when DeNiro fires the slots manager? Goes something like "...come on down..." (from kris in kansas city, mo)
A: Do you mean when the gambler with his feet on the table gets shown the door? The song in this film with "Come on Down" in the chorus is "Sweet Virginia" by the Rolling Stones. (thanks to Moja, Schenectadyadd more info

Q: What's the oldies song in this movie sung by a male with a high voice singing "I don't know why"? (from the legend in los angeles)
A: It says I broke your heart. The song name is "Let's Start All Over Again" by the Paragons, heard when Joe Pesci's crew is playing cards and giving hand signals to each other that were obvious. (thanks to The legend, los angeles, califadd more info

Q: What is the song playing when Ace and Nicky meet in the desert? It plays right after the toad song when you see Ace and those big sunglasses he's wearing. (from Lab in Miami, Fl)
A: It is "Contempt; Theme de Camille" by Georges Delerue (thanks to TJMiller1980, Tinley Park, ILadd more info

Q: Where can I get the "Love theme from Picnic (Moonglow)" as done by Hudson, Mills, Lange in the movie? I can't find the version from this movie anywhere. Thank you. (from warren in Oxnard, California. USA)
A: I just found what appears to be the closest thing to the version in the movie. It's short, but beautiful and can be found on Vol. II of Hollywood's Greatest Hits, available here. Hope this works for you! (thanks to Barbara, Putnam County, NYadd more info

Q: When Nicky Santoro's crime scheme is being introduced, they are showing how he steals safes when he can't break them open, and he turns peoples' pictures around while he is robbing them, there is a song playing that sounds like the Rolling Stones. What is the name of this song please?? (from Jeff in california)
A: "Can You Hear Me Knocking" by The Rolling Stones (thanks to rafa13, californiaadd more info

Q: What is the song playing when the Japanese roller comes back to the casino when De Niro greets him and he plays cards again and loses the money? (from Corey in Salters, SC, USA)
A: It's "The In Crowd" By Ramsey Lewis (thanks to Michael, Slovakiaadd more info
A: The "In" Crowd - it is the DOBIE GRAY version - However the Ramsey Lewis version is used in the movie as well but it is only the Ramsey Lewis version on the soundtrack. (thanks to Mike999, Canadaadd more info

Q: I'm not sure exactly what scene it is, but Ace is looking out into the casino and the song starts, it says something like "...gotta make it real..." Reminds me of a James Brown, late sixties era song. Would you happen to know the title and artist?  (from j.j. in anaheim, ca)
A: It's "Compared to What" by Les McCann & Eddie Harris... (thanks to Bonnie, san franciscoadd more info

Q: What's the song playing just after Pesci and DeNiro meet in the desert... when Pesci and crew spot DeNiro at the discothek (1hr50m10s)? (from Gurkan in france)
A: Contempt - Theme de Camille... by L'orchestra cinematique (thanks to Jake, USAadd more info

Q: What's the name of the song in the movie with lyrics like "...on the seventh hour of the seventh day of the seventh month the seventh doctor say..." etc? (from James in Simpsonville south Carolina )
A: "Hootchie Cootchie Man" by Muddy Waters (thanks to Redd, Los Angelesadd more info

Q: What song is playing when they are shooting up the cop's house towards the end? The cops had previously shot one of Nicky's guys because they thought his sub was a gun. Then "One night they got stoned and shot the cop's house up." I looked into every song on the soundtrack and none of them seemed to be the one. Any help would be appreciated (from anthony in boston)
A: Devo - "I Can't Get No Satisfaction" (thanks to DeeLovelyDancer, Houston,TXadd more info

Q: What's the song playing when Sharon Stone's going to jump from the hotel window?
...from thunder2 in Peterborough, UK (answer thunder2's question)

Q: Near the end of the film, Nicky and (I believe) his brother are beat up and tossed into a hole in the ground. The song playing in the background is familiar, but of course I can't place it; there are words earlier in the song, but the part playing during this scene is all piano. Any help? Thanks! (from tat2dchef in Barrie, Canada)
A: Yeah I'm mistaken. I'm thinking of Goodfellas. Sorry. And the song is "Layla." (thanks to tat2dchef, Barrie, Canadaadd more info

Q: What are the names of all the songs in the end credits?
...from wekem in ny (answer wekem's question)

Q: What is the name of the song sung by the silver-haired older man on stage right after the scene where Joe Pesci and his goons are warned by DeNiro about their hand signaling while gambling? It's the scene where Robert DeNiro is sitting at the small round table in the bar by himself. It goes, "...Never Will I know Happiness...". Anyone know?  (from gene in new mexico)
A: It's "Love Me The Way I Love You" by Jerry Vale (who plays himself in the film). (thanks to Lori, Atlantaadd more info

Q: What song is playing when Ace is getting a reward and Sharon Stone is wearing like a gold lace dress and Ace looks at her? (from jack in california)
A: It's "Stella By Starlight" by Ray Charles. (thanks to Lori, Atlantaadd more info

Q: What is the title/artist of the song with the lyric, "...lay beside the ocean..." I believe it's in the scene where Sharon Stone is dying near the end of the film.
...from Jason in Hinesville, GA (answer Jason's question)

Q: What is the song playing when Joe Pesci meets the showgirls at his restaurant and he takes the tall blonde to his car? Thanks!
...from Mel in NC (answer Mel's question)

Q: What is the song playing during the scene where Micky Santoro and his brother are killed?
...from Tyson in Boston, MA, USA (answer Tyson's question)

Q: What is the song heard at 2:24 when we see the straw sucking up cocaine and the cops shoot the guy with the sandwich?
...from Tom in Rocklin, CA (answer Tom's question)


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