16 Nov 2018(94 Songs)
Bill Massey, Lea Lendon and the Rite Timers
Tony stops the car to take a piss
Aloe Blacc - I Count on Me - Single
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Sam Smith, Logic - Pray
Opening scene of the movie is sung by the actor and singer, Von Lewis playing the role of Bobby Rydell.
Bobby Page - Early Rockabilly R&B Blues Boogie Woogie
At Jilly's saloon, Lip returns the hat.
Bobby Page & The Riff-Raffs - Early Rockabilly R&B Blues Boogie Woogie
Plays at Jilly's saloon as Lipp returns the hat.
The Clovers - Carol (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Lipp parks his car and covers a fire hydrant with a trash can.
Sonny "Golden Boy" Williamson - Louisiana Blues: Early '50s and '60s R & B
Lipp participates in a hot dog eating contest.
Timmy Shaw - Destination Doo Wop Volume 10
Lip at Joe & Joe, turning down Augie's offer
The Blue Jays - The Blue Jays Meet Little Caesar & The Romans
Lip at the pawn shop.
Elgie Brown - Louisiana Blues: Early '50s and '60s R & B
Lipp packs up the car and says goodbye to his family.
Timmy Shaw - Green Book (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Lip parked the car in front of Carnegie Hall to pick up Don.
Robert Mosley - Popcorn Jet Setters Vol. 5
Hit the road.
The Blackwells - Green Book (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Don talking to Oleg in Russia.
Roosevelt Nettles - Mascot Records Retrospective, Vol. 2
Song plays in a diner.
Bill Massey - Green Book (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Lipp pulled over to take a leak.
Show night at Pittsburgh, Don being introduced.
Kris Bowers - Green Book (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Piano piece played by Don at his first performance
Little Richard - The Georgia Peach
Lip explaining how he got the name Tony Lip.
Li'l Millet and His Creoles - The Specialty Story
Chubby Checker - The Best of Chubby Checker: Cameo Parkway 1959-1963
Don and Lip talking about the radio music, 1st one.
Aretha Franklin - Aretha In Person with the Ray Bryant Combo (Expanded Edition)
Don and Lip talking about the radio music, 2nd one.
Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer
The song can be heard at the start of the film.
Don and Lip talking about the radio music, second song.
Solo cello rehearsal by Oleg at Hanover.
Performance at Hanover by Don.
Roy "Boogie Boy" Perkins - Early Rockabilly R&B Blues Boogie Woogie
Lipp and Shirley drive in the car.
Al Casey Combo - Amazing Hits of the Transistor Era, Vol. 1
Claude Debussy - Arabesque No. 1 , n. 1 , Nr. 1 ( 1st Arabesque ) - Single
Jack's Four - Cult Hits of the 1960's, Vol. 1
Bobby Page & The Riff Raffs - Early Rockabilly R&B Blues Boogie Woogie
Professor Longhair - We Got a Party - The Best of Ron Records, Vol. 1
Lip and Don throwing bones out of car window.
Roosevelt Nettles - Mascot Records Retrospective, Vol. 1
Shirley watches motel residents hang out.
Dave & Don - Vintage Country 1957-1969
The song plays in a bar as Shirley is assaulted by racists.
Don's performance at Louisville.
Dave - Vintage Country 1957-1969
In a bar as Shirley is assaulted by racists.
Little Big Town - The Reason Why
Betty bought a bit of better butter, lol.
Erik Satie, Alexandre Tharaud - Alexandre Tharaud plays Moderne
Don being introduced by the host at Raleigh.
Don's performance at Raleigh.
Erik Satie - Alexandre Tharaud plays Moderne
Claude Debussy - Golden Classics. Gold Album Of Classics
Tony and Shirley talk.
Bobby Page & The Riff-Raffs - Green Book (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Song plays in a Country store.
Stephen J. Rice
Arrived at Birmingham.
Little Alice - Deep Soul Moments (Sometime, Someplace, Somewhere)
Lennie Moore - Holiday Trio
Erik Satie Énsemble - Erik Satie: The Essential Collection
After leaving last contract performance (without performing), they are in The Orange Bird BBQ, and it is the first songs Dr. Shirley plays on stage, Chopin etude.
Banny Price - Louisiana Blues: Early '50s and '60s R & B
Lipp and Shirley leave the Orange Bird Bar.
Edd Henry - Eccentric Soul: The Big Mack Label
Tony shoots a gun while he and Doc head to the car, and Tony sees two men hiding behind it.
Nat King Cole
Frank Sinatra & Keely Smith - A Jolly Christmas from Frank Sinatra (50th Anniversary)
Frank Sinatra - Christmas With the Rat Pack
Tony's family preparing dinner for Christmas.
Bob Kelly - Cult Crooner Classics
Lipp's family starts preparing for Christmas.
Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons - Greatest Big Hits of 1962, Vol. 23
Nat "King" Cole - The Ultimate Collection (Remastered)
Lip introducing Don to the family.
Don Shirley - Don Shirley Trio
The song plays while real pictures of Doc and Tony are displayed with accompanying captions.
Beginning of end credits.
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats - Tearing at the Seams (Deluxe Edition)
Second song from the Green Book trailer.
Lil' Millet & His Creoles
Sam Smith - The Thrill of It All (Special Edition)
Third song from the Green Book trailer.
Renée Zellweger & Sam Smith - The Thrill of It All (Special Edition)
The Green Book Copacabana Orchestra - Green Book (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Opening, Bobby Rydell sings.
The Dave Brubeck Quartet - The Essential Dave Brubeck
First song from the Green Book trailer.
Lip returns the stone and gets back to the car.
Lip's first letter for Dolores.
The Orange Bird Blues Band - Green Book (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Steve Rice - Christmas Magic Vol.3
Arriving at Birmingham
Dr Shirley performs at a black bar after refusing to perform where they won't let him eat which is a white restaurant.
Dr. Shirley plays after the people at Orange Bird persuade him to play.
Frédéric Chopin, Lang Lang - Lang Lang: The Chopin Album
Don Shirley's first piece performed at the Orange Bird bar that shakes the place into a standing ovation.
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