Parenthood Soundtrack (Season 5)
Songs from the TV Show Parenthood:
Episode 21 – “I’m Still Here” s05e21
In Every Direction – Junip
Hank drives Amber to San Diego to see Ryan in the hospital.
Episode 20 – “Cold Feet” s05e20
The Only Place – Best Coast
Opening scene with Amber
Collide – Ashes of Rome
the end of this episode
Recovery – Frank Turner
Song played when Drew and his roommate were fighting and drinking beer. Drew is telling his dormmate how he feels.
Episode 19 – “Fraud Alert” s05e19
Open Ended Life – The Avett Brothers
When Zeek is first riding the motorcycle.
Out Among My Flowers – Heirlooms of August
Julia and Joel discussing their relationship outside of his apartment. Middle of episode.
Phenomenon – Dr. Dog
When Zeek and Crosby are getting ready for their road trip
Underwater – Joshua Radin
surfing scene at the end of the show
Episode 18 – “The Offer” s05e18
Some Days Are Diamonds (Some Days Are Stone) – John Denver
Zeke and camille fire pit
Don’t blow it – Eyes Lips Eyes
while Max is leaving for his trip, on the bus
Interstate – Nathan Reich
Near the end when Victor returns the cell phone, then into the scene when Sarah leaves her meeting
Episode 17 – “Limbo” s05e17
What a Way to Die – The Pleasure Seekers
First scene with Sarah and Hank in the studio
Line of Fire – Junip
Music playing in the background while Amber and Drew are getting stoned.
Are You Ready? – Luscious Jackson
Drew knocks on Natalie’s door
Slow Motion – PHOX
Drew telling Berto that he’s mad
Part From Me – The Avett Brothers
Playing in the background when Sarah and Hank are arguing in the photo studio about Max’s behavior.
Church (Part of Someone) – Stephen Stills
Episode 16 – “The Enchanting Mr. Knight” s05e16
Wild Country – Wake Owl
Julia goes over to Ed’s to apologize.
Years Gone By – The Milk Carton Kids
Sarah and Carl are in bed and he asks her to go to Africa.
Episode 15 – “Just Like Home” s05e15
Burning Down the House – Talking Heads
The siblings dancing at Julia’s.
Broken – Jake Bugg
Drew and Amy outside her parents house.
Wittgenstein’s Arm – Neil Halstead
Julia talking to Victor on the phone late at night.
Dorian – Agnes Obel
When Joel arrives to pick up the kids
Twisting the Night Away – The Hit Crew
when crosby gets to Julias
Episode 14 – “You’ve Got Mold” s05e14
Another Love – Tom Odell
Joel has his bag and is leaving the house.
Sons and Daughters – Allman Brown
not correct version. correct version featured Liz Lawrence
When We Were Young – Brett Dennen
Photoshoot with Sarah and Hank at the beach
Come Clean – Tristan Prettyman
Starts while discussing starting a school. Wrapping up story-lines.
Awkward (EP Version) – San Cisco
While Hank and Sarah are in the photography studio about 16 minutes in.
Matter of Time – Toy Tiger
Playing in the coffee shop as Kristina meets Stephanie, the mother of an autistic daughter, and agrees to help with their IEP meeting.
Sons and Daughters (feat. Liz Lawrence) – Allman Brown
Joel and Juila tell Sydney and Victor that they’re separating.
Episode 13 – “Jump Ball” s05e13
When Were You Happy? (And How Long Has That Been) – Laura Marling
the scene where Drew went to catch the bus (to go see the meteor shower but didn’t) & same music in the scene wen joel told julia his plans of moving out
Someone to Watch Over Me – Rickie Lee Jones
At the end of the show when Amber is taking to her dad
Isolation – Joy Division
Cleaning the kitchen
Lost My Driving Wheel – Cowboy Junkies
Amber is sitting in her car drinking from a flask and smoking in the rain.
What Doesn’t Kill You – Jake Bugg
the song at the very end with Adam and Hank
Episode 12 – “Stay a Little Longer” s05e12
Sunrise – Lonesome Animals
At the beginning when Amber and Ryan talking
Interlude (Live) – London Grammar
When Julia talks to Joel about the “affair”
Sad Reunion – InDreama
Close Your Eyes – Big Deal
Ryan and Amber talking in the carpark
Islands – Nathan Reich
When Zeek was speaking to Ryan at his motel.
Episode 11 – “Promises” s05e11
Supernumerary – Vanaprasta
Last song: Max apologizing to Hank
Ride On / Right On – Phosphorescent
Opening scene in Drew’s dorm room.
Life Is Hard – Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Right after the opening credits: Zeek working on the car and noticing that the milk has gone bad.
Train Song – Benjamin Gibbard & Feist
Drew kissing Amy
Episode 10 – “All That’s Left Is the Hugging” s05e10
Wings – HAERTS
Natalie telling Drew that she thinks they should just be friends with no benefits anymore.
Lost Springs – Night Beds
Julia wiping down the countertop while Ed is texting her asking if everything is okay.
I Don’t Want Your Kind of Love – Peter Sivo Band
Sarah and Carl on couch in his apartment.
Beginnings – Junip
Amber tells Ryan that she needs time to think about whether their relationship “will work in the real world”.
Fly So Free – Luella and the Sun
Natalie trying to seduce Drew while he is trying to study.
This Place Is Haunted – DeVotchKa
Drew opens the door and finds Amy again.
Episode 09 – “Election Day” s05e09
Joy to You Baby – Josh Ritter
Cherry Blossoms – Night Beds
Song that plays while Adam and Christina are voting
Little Dipper – Big Deal
Amber and Ryan discuss the pills that she found.
Episode 08 – “The Ring” s05e08
22 – Night Beds
Amber& Riley walk out of the movie theater. Amber tells Riley about her concern about the cost of the ring.
Hawk Fly Tiger Run – Ofelia
Just Beneath the Surface (Reprise) – Dawes
Fortunate Son – Creedence Clearwater Revival
Episode 07 – “Speaking of Baggage” s05e07
Air – Tyson Ritter
Band playing live in studio…
I Threw It All Away – Bob Dylan
The End, Drew to Zed
Battlefields – Misun
Drew invites Natalie to the live performance at The Luncheonette
Lady Luck (feat. Sharon Van Etten) – Pickwick
First song that plays when Natalie comes to hook up with Drew.
Episode 06 – “The M Word” s05e06
Blurred Lines (feat. T.I. & Pharrell) – Robin Thicke
Bob Little arrives at Kristina’s rally.
Trouble Town by Jake Bugg
You Won’t Remember… – Bibio
Episode 05 – “Let’s Be Mad Together” s05e05
Ya Never Know – Terraplane Sun
Amber and Ryan argue in their apartment
After All Is Said and Done – Junip
Max and Kristina sit on the bed being mad together. Ryan speaks with Sarah about his past and tells her how much he loves Amber & how he is trying to get better.
Sweet Persuasion – Brett Dennen
taking photos at school
Another Life – james maddock
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Burning Love – Elvis Presley
Crosby and drunk Joel, talking in the car.
Episode 04 – “In Dreams Begin Responsibilities” s05e04
A Case of You – Joni Mitchell
Beautiful Day – Joshua Radin
Episode 03 – “Nipple Confusion” s05e03
Ponce Pilato – Y La Bamba
Drew plays scrable with some girl. Victor reads out loud.
Lonely Are the Free – Steve Earle
Camille and Zeke chat in the yard / song playing during Zek’s and Millie’s discussion while looking at their home
East Coast Girl – Cayucas
Lonelier Than This – Steve Earle
Episode 02 – “All Aboard Who’s Coming Aboard” s05e02
Heavy Feet – Local Natives
Discussion if the marriage proposal was planned while making out
I Need My Girl – The National
Sarah goes to Amber’s place and tells her she wants to help plan her wedding.
Time Has Told Me – Nick Drake
Episode 01 – “It Has To Be Now” s05e01
My My Love – Joshua Radin
played during the proposal scene
New Blue Moon – Travelling Wilburys
End of the episode.
Let’s Get It On – Marvin Gaye
Adam and Kristina in the bar at the start of the episode
Parenthood is a one-hour drama inspired by the box office hit of the same name. This re-imagined and updated Universal Media Studios/Imagine Television production follows the trials and tribulations of the very large, very colorful and imperfect Braverman family.
Sarah Braverman (Lauren Graham, “Gilmore Girls”) is a financially strapped single mother trying to raise two teenaged kids, the bright but rebellious Amber (Mae Whitman, “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World”), and sullen and sensitive Drew (Miles Heizer, “ER”).
On the home front, Sarah and her kids live with Sarah’s larger-than-life, headstrong father, Zeek (Craig T. Nelson, “Family Stone,” “Coach”), and pillar-of-strength mother Camille (Bonnie Bedelia, “Heart Like a Wheel”), who are dealing with their own marital issues.
Meanwhile, Sarah’s sister and complete antithesis, Julia (Erika Christensen, “Traffic”) is a successful corporate attorney trying to juggle work and motherhood, alongside her loving but increasingly restless stay-at-home husband, Joel (Sam Jaeger, “Eli Stone”).
Commitment-phobe Crosby (Dax Shepard, “Baby Mama”), Sarah’s younger brother, is helping raise a five-year-old son he had out of wedlock with former flame Jasmine (Joy Bryant “Antwone Fisher”).
However, it’s Adam (Peter Krause, “Six Feet Under”), the oldest Braverman sibling, who has had to relinquish his expectations about what constitutes a “normal” family, as he, his quietly forceful wife Kristina (Monica Potter, “Trust Me”) and independent-minded teenage daughter Haddie (Sarah Ramos, “American Dreams”), struggle to cope with their eccentric son and Haddie’s little brother Max (Max Burkholder, “Brother and Sisters”), who has Asperger’s Syndrome.
Although each sibling and family has its own share of everyday challenges to grapple with, they still manage to be there for each other in their hours of need.
Serving as executive producers are Oscar winners Ron Howard and Brian Grazer (“A Beautiful Mind,” “Frost/Nixon”); Jason Katims (“Friday Night Lights”), who wrote the pilot episode; and David Nevins (“Friday Night Lights,” “Arrested Development”). (NBC)
Cast: Craig T. Nelson, Bonnie Bedelia, Peter Krause, Monica Potter, Sarah Ramos, Max Burkholder, Lauren Graham,