Whether it's Robert De Niro's "Jumpin' Jack Flash" entrance in Mean Streets or the murderous "Layla" montage in Goodfellas, Martin Scorsese is a master at pairing the right song with the right scene, often making the music inseparable from the movie. In honor of HBO's Vinyl, which Scorsese co-created with Mick Jagger, Terence Winter, and Rich Cohen (and which recently got renewed for a second season after just one episode), we've compiled a complete list of songs that the director has used in his movies.
As might be expected, The Rolling Stones take the crown for most featured artist with a total of 14 appearances -- and Marty really likes him some "Gimme Shelter." But Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, and Louis Prima all put up some decent numbers, too. We put together a super-long Spotify playlist featuring 338 of the songs from the (much longer) full list below. We suggest you enjoy it on shuffle with some egg noodles and ketchup.