Songs (Season One)

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1.01 Pilot (The Winchesters)

Ten Years Later - I'd Love to Change the World

playing as John returns home to Lawrence, and as Dean drives off at the end

Frank Lynch - People Will Make You Say Things

playing in the Winchester Garage while John and Millie talk

Patsy Kline - Walkin' After Midnight

playing on the radio as a demon possesses Ada Monroe

Free - All Right Now

playing as Carlos arrives and he and John exorcise a demon; also played in 1.06 Skin

1.02 Teach Your Children Well

Claude Perraudin - Altitude

playing during the opening party

Ronald Dyson - Aquarius (From "Hair")

plays as the "core four" prepare themselves for the commune

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Teach Your Children

plays over the closing montage

1.03 You're Lost Little Girl

Elderberry Jak - Restless Feeling

playing on the radio during Carlos and Ada's stakeout

Spooky Tooth - Something Got Into Your Life

plays as John races to stop Mary from making her wish

Morgen - Woke Up This Morning

plays as Mary buys a ticket to see The Omega Man

Percy Sledge - Spooky

plays over the ending montage

1.04 Masters of War

Joséphine Baker - Paris Cheri

playing in the hospital as Patches is attacked

Donnie Owens - Loneliness of Hurt

playing on the radio as Millie is working in the garage

Harry Nilsson - Everybody's Talkin' (Theme from Midnight Cowboy)

plays over the closing montage

1.05 Legend of a Mind

U.S. Stamps - Pull the Wool

playing on the radio in Winchesters Garage, while John works on his father's motorcycle

Dusty Springfield - The Windmills of Your Mind

playing as Mary is pulled from her nightmare

Nina Simone - I Put a Spell on You

plays on the radio as the Monster Club realize Rockin' Roxy is an Akrida

1.06 Art of Dying

Judy Collins - Joan of Arc

playing as Darla's body is being prepared for a hunter's funeral

1.07 Reflections

Blind Faith - Can't Find My Way Home

plays as the Monster Club talk about stopping the Akrida; also played in 1.13 Route 666 and 9.23 Do You Believe in Miracles?

1.08 Hang On to Your Life

Louden Swain with Jake Etheridge - Hard Times Come Again No More

the song Jericho performs at the bar

John Moran - Rebel (KPM)

plays as Carlos and Lata head out to Kansas City

Marcel Riesco - Little Angel

playing as Carlos chats with the bartender

John Moran - Thousand Watt Work-Out (KPM)

playing while Lata finds sigils in Brock's dressing room; also played in 12.05 The One You've Been Waiting For

Elton John - Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting

plays as the group fights with Loki

Louden Swain with Jojo Fleites - Hard Times Come Again No More

sung by Carlos at the end

1.09 Cast Your Fate to the Wind

Lassie - Cadillac

playing in the armored truck before the accident with the vampires

The Kinks - Rats

plays as Mary kills vampires

Kubla Khan Sync Placements - Got the Fever

playing in the diner as Betty and Kyle talk

1.10 Suspicious Minds

Chris Wooley - Mirage (Black Toast Music)

playing at the bar

1.11 You've Got a Friend


1.12 The Tears of a Clown

Bill Novick & Paul Lenart - The Viper (A) (Sonoton Music)

playing as Ada enters the Witches den

Gary Lewis & the Playboys - Everybody Loves a Clown

playing as the Monster Club walks the carnival grounds

Trapper Schoepp - The Scat (Instrumental)

playing while Ada plays poker with the witches

1.13 Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye

Radio Company - Keep On Ramblin'

playing in the bar as the Campbells and John meet Joan

The Who - Baba O'Riley

plays as the Impala appears and the Monster Club drives off in it

The Doors - L.A. Woman

plays as John sword fights with Joan

Nick Drake - One of These Things First

plays as Ada restores her soul

Led Zeppelin - Ramble On

playing as John and Mary drive off together