22 Nov 1995(85 Songs)
Jeff Beck - Truth
00:32 Ace catches the two hustlers at the tables cheating.
Johann Sebastian Bach - J.S. Bach: Matthäus-Passion BWV 244
Opening Titles, Sam Rothstein monologue.
Keely Smith - Wild, Cool & Swingin': Louis Prima
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The Staple Singers - Faith and Grace: A Family Journey 1953-1976
01:47 Ace takes ginger to the bank to deposit money.
The Animals - The Animals
At the end.
Louis Prima and Keely Smith
Ace questions Ginger at the restaurant.
Louis Prima - Capitol Collectors Series: Louis Prima
Harry Wayne Casey
Played in the beginning of the "Aces High" show
Sammy Davis Jr.
Tommy D Looking Out Gold Rush Window at FBI watchers
The Rolling Stones - The Rolling Stones In Mono (Remastered)
Ace and Ginger first make out and Ace showers her with gifts I believe.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Opening credits, and again at the end of the movie when Ace discusses how Vegas today is not the same.
Muddy Waters - The Essential Blue Archive: I Can't Be Satisfied
Ray Charles and Betty Carter
Ace introduces Ginger to Nicky and Jennifer
Ramsey Lewis Trio - The In Crowd (Expanded Edition)
Edward H. Marshall
Dobie Gray - Dobie Gray Sings for "In Crowders" That Go "Go Go"
Jimmie Crane and Al Jacobs
Ginger asks Ace for $25,000.
Eddie Harris - Atlantic Jazz: Soul
Little Richard - The Essential Little Richard
"We present the Ace Rothstien show: Aces High!"
Mickey & Sylvia - Dirty Dancing - The Anniversary Edition (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Remastered]
Louis Prima & Sam Butera & The Witnesses
Eddie DeLange, Will Hudson, Irving Mills and Morris Stoloff
The money room in the casino.
The Gone All Stars
Narration; Ace's gambling expertise.
Domenico Modugno - Canzoni del 1958
Louis Prima & Wingy Manone
Ace's Vegas introduction. Played at the end during arrests.
Domenico Modugno and Franco Migliacci
Nicky going through customs
Betty Carter - Avant-Garde Jazz (Remastered)
Georges Delerue - Le mépris (Original Movie Soundtrack) – EP
Ace picks Ginger up from airport after she kidnapped their daughter.
Ramsey Lewis - Mighty Aphrodite (Music from the Motion Picture)
Japanese Gambler winning 2 million
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
On the car radio while Ace and Nicky talk about getting Ginger to come back.
Clarence 'Frogman' Henry
Nicky finds his way back in the casino and demands money for the blackjack table. Tells dealer to pound cards up his butt.
Nicky Santoro dispenses his own brand of Vegas justice
Dinah Washington - The Classy Lady Singers of Jazz, Vol. 7
Ace and Ginger at formal reception, ginger working the crowd
Ace arranges live shows at the Casino.
Les Paul and Mary Ford
Nicky keeps security at the casino.
Hoagy Carmichael - Mr. Music Master
Andy and Ace talk at the pool.
Mickey and Sylvia - Dirty Dancing (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Plays as Ginger struts out of casino after throwing poker chips in the air.
The Platters - 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Series: The Best of The Platters (Remastered)
Ginger asks Nicky to kill Ace.
Brenda Lee - Brenda Lee: Anthology, Vols. 1 & 2 (1956-1980)
Ginger reunites with Lester.
Clarence "Frogman" Henry - Ain't Got No Home - The Best Of Clarence "Frogman" Henry
Devo - Everybody Wants Some!! (Music from the Motion Picture)
Ace and his friends are at the same restaurant as Nicky and Frank, but ignore them.
Don Cornell - Big Hits & Highlights of 1952, Vol. 1
The bug in the store.
The Moody Blues - Easy Rider (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / Deluxe Edition)
Ginger cries on Nicky's shoulder.
The Moody Blues, London Festival Orchestra & Peter Knight - Pirate Radio (Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Deluxe Version]
The Moody Blues - 20 #1’s: Classic Rock Love Songs
Nicky meets with Ginger after her ex is beaten up.
Jimmy Smith - Jimmy Smith's Finest Hour
Anna Scott situation explained
Cream - Gold: Cream
Ace fires the slot manager.
Nicky is changing cars to escape the FBI
Jerry Vale - Love Me the Way I Love You
Ace makes himself food and beverage director.
Muddy Waters - Absolutely the Best of the Blues
Narration; Ace's expertise continued.
Otis Redding - The Very Best of Otis Redding
Ace meets with the bosses.
The Rolling Stones - Singles 1965-1967
The pen scene.
The Rolling Stones - Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass)
Ace's early scenes with Ginger
Little Richard - Here's Little Richard (Deluxe Edition)
Ace is inadvertedly introduced to Ginger, who makes a scene at the craps table.
Lee Dorsey - The New Lee Dorsey
Two scenes. A cheater tries to cash in before getting caught. Ace rants about blueberry muffins after firing Ward.
Dinah Washington & Eddie Chamblee & His Orchestra
Ace proposes to Ginger.
Emmylou Harris - Elite Hotel (Remastered)
Ace and Nicky at a bar after Nicky learns he's banned from all casinos in Vegas.
Tony Bennett - The Classics (Deluxe Edition)
Ace confronts Ginger in Nicky's restaurant.
The Animals - Retrospective
The people involved in the skimming are executed by mobsters
Ace juggling on the Aces High TV Shoe
The Rolling Stones - The Vietnam War (The Soundtrack)
Nicky's kiilling spree is presented
The Velvetones - The Aladdin Records Story
Nicky tracks Ginger on her way to give Lester money. Also later when Nicky and Ginger are spotted together.
The Fantastic Johnny C - The Phil-LA of Soul Singles Collection 1967-1973
The Paragons - The Best of the Paragons
Nicky cheats the Casino.
The Rolling Stones - Exile On Main St. (Deluxe Edition)
The cowboy won't take his feet off the table.
Dinah Washington - Compact Jazz: Dinah Washington
Ace takes ginger to their new home after getting married.
Dean Martin - This Time I'm Swingin'! (Remastered)
The suitcase goes to Kansas City.
Les Paul & Mary Ford - The Hit Makers!
Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music
"Ginger's ambitions was always money."
B.B. King & Bobby Bland - The Complete Collection
The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
Montage of Nicky's crime activities and jewellery store.
B.B. King - The Vietnam War (The Soundtrack)
Ginger conspires with Nicky.
Harry Nilsson - Everybody's Talkin': The Very Best of Harry Nilsson
Lester talks to Ginger about going to Europe.
After Nicky nearly stabs a guy to death with a pen.
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