DAISY JONES & THE SIX is one of the most entertaining series I have seen in awhile, and a big part of that is the AMAZING soundtrack, featuring so many of the best songs of the 1960s and 70s, as well as original songs that you will certainly have on repeat. I love that each episode is called a “track”, which again illuminates just how important music is in the show.
As I watched the season, I put Shazam to work in order to make this guide on the songs I identified in each episode! And no, unfortunately Fleetwood Mac’s “Silver Springs” is not featured in the series, but you will get to hear another Stevie Nicks-penned anthem :wink wink:! Hope this provides great content for your Spotify playlist like it did mine! The album of original songs, “Aurora”, is out already! You can check it out on Spotify and purchase the vinyl on Amazon!
Note: For spoiler considerations, I will be updating this article when new episodes air!Let me know in the comments if I missed anything!
Opening Credits Song:
The opening credits song for DAISY JONES & THE SIX has the perfect vibes for the season. You may have initially thought this song had Stevie Nicks vibes, but in reality it is “Dancing Barefoot” by Patti Smith!
Track 1– Come and Get It
“Strawberry Alarm Clock”- Incense and Peppermints (This song was used in the scene of young Daisy going to the club)
“Going Back”- The Byrds (This song was used with a young Daisy going to the club and transitions into young Billy playing his guitar)
“3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds”- Jefferson Starship (Young Daisy in the club, getting to see bands before they were famous, and having a traumatic encounter in a hotel room)
“Susie Q I Love You”- Creedence Clearwater Revival (Young Billy, played by Sam Claflin, sings this song with the band in its early days)
“Bang A Gong”- T. Rex (This song is playing as Daisy, played by Riley Keough, is writing songs and :ahem: doing drugs)
“Have Love Will Travel”- The Sonics (Billy sings this song with the band)
“Different Drum”- The Stone Poneys (The song Daisy is singing along to in the shower)
“Goin’ Back”- Carole King (Daisy and Simone, played by Nabiyah Be, talking and getting to know each other)
“I Feel The Earth Move”- Carole King (Billy and the band move to Los Angeles)
Track 2-I’ll Take You There
“Trouble No More”- The Allman Brothers Band (The band trying to convince Karen, played by Suki Waterhouse, to join)
“I’m Your Captain”- Grand Funk Railroad (Karen appears at the band’s house in LA)
“A Song For You”- Donny Hathaway (Simone is singing this song in the club)
“Two Against Three”- Daisy Jones & The Six (This is the song Daisy performs at the club with Simone. It is the first original song from “Aurora” played on the show)
“Son of a Preacher Man”- Dusty Springfield (Teddy plays this on the jukebox for Daisy)
“I Saw The Light”- Todd Rundgren (Plays during Billy and Camila’s wedding)
Track 3- Someone Saved My Life Tonight
“Will It Go Round In Circles”- Billy Preston (Billy doing work around the house as he recovers)
“Do What You Gotta Do Baby”- The Dells (Simone sings this in the sound booth when that creepy music producer hits on her)
“One Happy Christmas”- Tammy Wynette (The band celebrating Christmas at the house with the baby)
“Look At Us Now (Honeycomb)”- Daisy Jones & The Six (The episode ends with our first listen to one of the best songs on “Aurora”; I loved listening to Billy and Daisy workshop “Look At Us Now (Honeycomb)”!)