Boardwalk Empire Soundtrack (Season 4)
Songs from the episodes:
Episode 07 – “William Wilson” s04e07

Episode 06 – “The North Star” s04e06
St Louis Blues – W.C. Handy
song the lady was singing at Chalky’s club

Episode 05 – “Erlkönig” s04e05
What’ll I Do – Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
Gillian tries to reach Roy; she shoots up with heroin
June Night – Nathan Glantz
Frank & Van Alden push through crowd to meet with Al.
How Come You Do Me Like You Do – The Original Memphis Five
Gillian buys Heroin from Purnsley
Old Fashioned Love – Clarence William’s Blue Five
Gillian buys Heroin from Purnsley
Home Again Blues – Harry Raderman’s Jazz Orchestra
Nucky talks with Willie about his anger
Romance – Jose Rocabruna
Eddie writes a letter, lays out socks and jumps out the window
Songs My Mother Taught Me, Op. 55 – Seven Gypsy Songs, No. 4 – Pablo Casals
end credits

Episode 04 – “All In” s04e04
T’ain’t Nobody’s Business if I Do – Margot Bingham
Chalky White talks to Daughter Maitland as she rehearses at the Onyx Club.
Riverside Blues – Red Onion Jazz Babies
Dunn Purnsley and Dr. Narcisse walk down the street and talk; Purnsley beats a man in an alleyway.
Riverside Blues by Red Onion Jazz Babies
Dunn Purnsley and Dr. Narcisse walk down the street and talk; Purnsley beats a man in an alleyway.
In Shtedtele Nikolayev – David Medoff
Guzik has a heartache after climbing up the stairs
La Gaviota – studio musician
Eddie meets his money drop
Creola Clariney – studio musician
Willie & Clayton decide to cut the booze for the party
Sugarfoot Stomp – Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks
Van Alden gets dragged along with Al on collects
Stomp Off, Let’s Go – Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
Willie spikes Henry’s drink
Shanghai Shuffle – Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
Nucky plays poker with Rothstein
Riverside Blues – King Olivier
Narcisse speaks of uplifting the race
I’m a Little Blackbird Looking for a Blackbird – Margot Bingham accompanied by Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
Rothstein gets a marker and goes all in
Hard Hearted Harlan – Peter Yarin
Rothstein loses to Nucky
O Du Wunderschoner Rhein – Anthony Lacuira and Cast
Eddie and gang drinks and sings at bar
Nothing But – Paul Whiteman Orchestra
Henry shits his pants
Schon Ist Die Jugendzeit – studio musician
Meyer kills jerk from the poker tables
Warum ist es am Rhein so schön / Kleine Winzerin vom Rhein – Munich Meistersingers
Eddie is escorted away by agents; end credits

Episode 03 – “Acres of Diamonds” s04e03
Desprezado – Pixiquinha
Nucky is welcomed to Florida then goes to hotel room
Tues Olhos O Outono – Peter Yarin
Skeeter paints a picture for Nucky
If I Lose, Let Me Lose – Peter Yarin & Jon-Erik Kellso
Chalky meets daughter
New Orleans Wiggle – George McClennone’s Jazz Devils
Nucky meets with McCoy & his partner August to discuss a proposal
Somebody Loves Me by Margot Bingham accompanied – Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
Gillian poses as Roy’s wife for the Hewsons
I’m Going South by Margot Bingham accompanied – Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
Gillian and Roy with the Hewsons
Copenhagen – Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
Doris starts with Henry buts goes to Willie
Chorus of Hebrew Slaves – studio musician
Gilliam is recognized by a friend of Roger
Just A Little Love Song – Paul Whiteman
friend of Roger’s recognizes Gillian
Sidewalks Of New York – Boardwalk Empire Carousel Band Organ
Gillian and Roger’s friend
Eagle Rock Me, Papa – Sara Martin
Nucky makes a new friend in Sally Wheet
Pete’s Blues Two – Peter Yarin
Narcisse makes a proposal to Purnsley
Carinhoso – Pixiquinha
August Tucker visits McCoy
I Fell In Love With Susie – studio musician
Nucky calls McCoy
Florida by Stephen DeRosa accompanied – Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
McCoy & Nucky’s call ends; end credits

Episode 02 – “Resignation” s04e02
It Had To Be You – Broadway Broadcasters
Van Alden delivers flowers
The Prisoner’s Song – Vernon Dalhart
Nucky is irritated with Eddie
Pete’s Blues – Peter Yarin
The Whites, the Crawfords and the pending nuptials
Cannibal Stomp – studio musician
Harrow spares Liebling’s life
Araby – Fletcher Henderson
Harrow surprises Leibling in his office
Naughty Men – Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
Chalky walks backstage, then walks into club to talk with Baxter
The Gouge of Amour Avenue – Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
Tell Me Dreamy Eyes – Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
Chalky, Narcisse and Alma talk business and about the death of an employee
See Mama Every Night (Or You Can’t See Mama At All) – Liza Minnelli & Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks
Bader at the construction site; end credits

Episode 01 – “New York Sour” s04e01
How Many Times? – Bennie Krueger and His Orchestra
Bert & Archie inquire about the distance to Columbus OH
Mule Walk – Peter Yarin
Dickie Auditions two performers for Chalky; Nucky goes into meeting with Masseria
Hard Hearted Harlan – Peter Yarin
Masseria meeting
Everybody Loves My Baby – Peter Yarin
Rothstein leaves Nucky alone after meeting with Masseria
Everything Is Hotsy Totsy Now – Herb Wiedoeft’s Cinderella Roof Orchestra
Capone unloads his girls from the truck and takes them inside
Bluein’ The Blues – Lopez & Hamilton’s Kings of Harmony
Torrio shows Capone a paper article with his name misspelled
Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still – Edison Venetian Trio
Gillian meets prospective buyer
Fight Temple Fight – Ben Rosenfield
Thompson family dinner
Triflin’ Blues (Daddy Don’t You Trifle) – Lena Wilson
Purnsley and Alma have slipped off for an adulterous affair
Memories of Home – Venetian Instrumental Trio
Gillian snorts heroin
Everybody Loves My Baby – Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks
Nucky & Pauline enjoy the show
Good Time Flat Blues – Louis Armstrong & Maggie Jones
Agents Knox shoots Elmer & leaves Sawicki to die
I’ll See You in My Dreams – Isham Jones
Nucky gives Pauline the slip after sex
Roll On, Silvery Moon – Matt Keefe
end credits – Harrow comes home to his sister

About the show: From Terence Winter, Emmy Award-winning writer of ‘The Sopranos,’ and Academy Award-winning director Martin Scorsese, ‘Boardwalk Empire‘ is set in Atlantic City during Prohibition, when the sale of alcohol became illegal throughout the United States.
America in the 1920s. The Great War is over, Wall Street is about to boom and everything is for sale, even the World Series. It is a time of change: Women have the right to vote, broadcast radio spreads the news, young people rule the world, and Prohibition gave birth to various criminal enterprises.
On the beach in southern New Jersey sits Atlantic City, a spectacular resort known as “The World’s Playground,” a place where rules don’t apply. Massive hotels line its famous Boardwalk, along with nightclubs, amusement piers and entertainment to rival Broadway. For a few dollars, a working man can get away and live like a king — legally or illegally.
The undisputed ruler of Atlantic City is Enoch “Nucky” Thompson, (Steve Buscemi) a political fixer and backroom dealer who is equal parts politician and gangster and equally comfortable in either role. Because of its strategic location on the seaboard, the town is a hub of activity for rum-runners, minutes from Philadelphia, hours from New York City and a day’s drive from Chicago. And Nucky Thompson takes full advantage.
Nucky has carved out a niche for himself as the man to see for any illegal alcohol. He is an equal opportunity gangster, doing business with Arnold Rothstein (Michael Stuhlbarg), Lucky Luciano, (Vincent Piazza) Al Capone (Stephen Graham), and Johnny Torrio (Greg Antonacci).
The show also stars Michael Kenneth Williams (‘The Wire’) as Chalky White, the leader of the city’s African-American community; Michael Shannon as Nelson Van Alden; Gretchen Mol as Gillian Darmody, an opportunistic ex-showgirl; Jack Huston as Richard Harrow, a maimed war veteran; Shea Whigham as Nucky’s resentful brother Eli; and Kelly Macdonald as Margaret, Nucky’s recent wife.
Created by Terence Winter, ‘Boardwalk Empire’ is executive produced by Terence Winter, Martin Scorsese, Tim Van Patten, Howard Korder, Stephen Levinson and Mark Wahlberg. Gene Kelly is co-executive producer; Joe Iberti is producer.
‘Boardwalk Empire’ is inspired by the non-fiction book “Boardwalk Empire: The Birth, High Times and Corruption of Atlantic City” by Nelson Johnson. (HBO)

Boardwalk Empire Soundtrack List, by episodes


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