Blues Brothers Band - Stand By Your Man
Sam & Dave - Soothe Me
It’s dark and inside the Bluesmobile there’s an eight-track tape player crudely installed where an AM radio used to be. It’s Sam & Dave’s ‘Greatest Hits’ and ‘Soothe Me‘ blares through the car door speakers.
Joseph Lanner - Die Romantiker
Sam & Dave - Hold On I'm Coming
The Sam and Dave classic is playing as the two cops are checking Elwood’s license on ‘SCMODS’ and he drives off to kickstart the most soulful and destructive car chase ever. The Dixie Square Mall where the shooting took place ended up suing Universal over $87,500 for failing to “return the mall to its original condition, as agreed.”
John Lee Hooker - Boogie Chillen
Louis Jordan - Let The Good Times Roll
Elwood welcomes Jake to his hotel room and puts on this song on the turntable. The warm voice of Louis Jordan singing ‘Let The Good Times Roll‘ echoes in the room as trains are passing by so often you don’t even notice them.
John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom
Fats Domino - I'm Walking
This uplifting Fats Domino oldie is playing on the people gathering montage for the final Blues Brothers gig at the ‘Palace Hotel Ballroom’.
Kitty Wells - Your Cheating Heart
Elmore James - Shake Your Moneymaker
While at St.Helen’s Orphanage, Jake and Elwood meet with Curtis, their Janitor and childhood mentor, about the trouble the Orphanage is in. Elmore Jame’s classic ‘Shake Your Moneymaker‘ is fittingly playing in the background as we gaze on the framed photo of Martin Luther King Jr, Malcolm X and John and Robert Kennedy.