The Complete Soundtrack to ‘Yellowstone’ Is Presented Here

Ratings for the gritty, modern-day western Yellowstone have gone up faster than your heart rate during a shootout. Along with the backstabbing and tyranny that happen a lot in Paramount Network’s smash-hit, there’s a star-studded score that fits a cast that shines just as much. It has albums of haunting country music by artists like Chris Stapleton, Kacey Musgraves, and the actor who plays Walker, Ryan Bingham.

Now that season five has started, let’s put on some songs that set the mood for drama and dysfunction. Here, you can listen to the official Yellowstone Spotify playlist to go from doing dishes to roping cattle like Lloyd Pierce.

Tracks from Season 1

We get to know the Dutton family and see how they make more and more enemies. Their relationships are tested as they try to protect their land and history.

Episode 1—Daybreak

“Save Your Soul” by Joey Stylez (Radio Version) [with Black*kiss]
Chris Stapleton wrote the song “Tennessee Whiskey.”
A Perfect Circle’s song “Judith.”
Whiskey Myers wrote, “On the River.”
Puscifer’s “Tumbleweed”
Jay Ungar and Molly Mason wrote “Ashokan Farewell.”
The Trishas’ “Trouble About My Soul”

Episode 2: “Kill the Messenger”

“Thunder Kiss ’65” by White Zombie,

“Song 2” by Blur, “Bad News” by Whitey Morgan,

and the 78’s “Goodbye Yesterday” by Shaver.

No Good Horses — Episode 3

Bad Flamingo’s “Howlin’ at the Moon”
Rusty Tinder’s song “Got Me in a Bind.”

“The Humbling River” by Puscifer,

Part 4: “The Long Black Train”

“Sunrise” by Ryan Bingham
Brad Hatfield’s “After Hours”
Whiskey Myers’s “Frogman”
Uncle Lucius wrote “Keep the Wolves Away,” and Whiskey Myers wrote “Stone.”

Episode 5: “Coming Home”

Whiskey Myers wrote “Bar, Guitar, and Honky Tonk Crowd.”
Have a Cava is a song by Jason Rebello.
Maren Morris wrote, “I Wish I Were.”
Ryan Bingham’s “All Choked Up Again”
William Wild wrote “Morning.”
Ryan Bingham wrote “Sunrise.”
The Remembering,

Episode 6

“Claudia’s Theme” by Lennie Niehaus and Clint Eastwood (Version Eight)
“Uneasy Moments” was written by Jason Rebello.
Jason Rebello’s “Other Waltz”
Jason Rebello’s “What Was Lost”
“Forgiveness Doesn’t Grow on Trees” by Bad Flamingo

Episode 7—A Monster Is Among Us

Emmylou Harris wrote the song “Little Drummer Boy.”
Chris Stapleton’s song “Without Your Love.”
Ryan Bingham’s “Wolves”

Part 1 of Episode 8: “The Unraveling”

Puscifer’s “Green Valley”
“Baby I Lost My Way, (But I’m Going Home)” is a song by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats.
Whiskey Myers wrote the song “Broken Window Serenade.”
Puscifer’s “Grand Canyon”

Part 2 of Episode 9: “The Unraveling”

Jason Rebello wrote “Late Night Mellow.”
“I’d Die Without You” is by P.M. Dawn, and “Lord Knows I Tried” is by Bad Flamingo.
“Me and the Whiskey” by Whitey Morgan and “Drinkin’ Problem” by Midland on 78 R.P.M. are both about drinking.
Mary Gauthier’s song “Mercy Now.”

Tracks from Season 2

During the second season, the family dynamics aren’t the only thing that changes on the ranch. John Dutton gets ready for more trouble with people he already hates.

Episode 1—A Thundering

Blackberry Smoke’s “What Comes Naturally”
Ryan Bingham wrote, “My Diamond Is Too Rough.”
“Conquer” is by Kind, and “Ain’t Much Left of Me” is by Blackberry Smoke.
Whiskey Myers wrote “Mud.”
Turnpike Troubadours sang “Long Hot Summer Day.”
Lainey Wilson’s song “Workin’ Overtime.”

Episode 2—New Beginnings

Eliot Bronson wrote “Breakdown in G Major.”

“Bread & Water” by Ryan Bingham,

Part 3: “The Reek of Desperation”

“Here and Gone” by Mississippi Twilight
LeGrande Harvey’s “Montana Melody”
Bad Flamingo’s “Fire”
Chris Stapleton’s song “Up to No Good Livin’.”
Blackberry Smoke’s “Train Rollin'”
Chris Stapleton’s “Whiskey and You”

Episode 4: Only Devils Left

Badd Wolf’s “Johnny Cash (Man in Black)”
The fifth episode of “Last of My Kind” by Jason Isbell

Episode 5—the 400 Unit is called “Touching Your Enemy.”

“S.O.B.” by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats “Nose on the Grindstone” (Our Vinyl Sessions) by Tyler Childers
“Never Be Ourselves” is a book by Savannah Conley.
“Reaper” by Badd Wolf and Wild The Coyote
Blackberry Smoke’s “Good One Comin’ On”
“Scare the Devil Outta You” by Blackberry Smoke is a bonus track.
The Marcus King Band sang “Welcome ‘Round Here.”
Blackberry Smoke sang “Shakin’ Hands With the Holy Ghost.”
“Drank Like Hank” by Brothers Osborne and “Prayers” by Pete Sands.

Episode 6: “Blood the Boy.”

“Pearl Snaps” by Jason Boland and The Stragglers
“Start to Go” is by Lukas Nelson & The Promise of the Real. “Deep Down in the South” is by Whiskey Myers.
Blackberry Smoke’s “Waiting for the Thunder”
Whiskey Myers wrote “Headstone.”
Mandolin Orange wrote, “Take This Heart of Gold.”
William Prince’s song “All I Know.”

The seventh episode of “The Killer” by Kevin Costner, Modern West, and Jaida Dreyer are called “Resurrection Day.”

Waylon Jennings’s “Outlaw Shit” and The. 357’s “I Hurt Too” by Katie Herzig.
Blackberry Smoke’s “Lucky Seven”
Kacey Musgraves sang “Slow Burn.”
Casey Donahew’s “White Trash Story”
William Wild wrote “Evening Blues.”
“Heaven’s Gate “By Kevin Costner, Lily Costner, and Modern West wrote “Tales of Yellowstone.”
Wild’s “Old Man”

Behind Us, Only Grey is the eighth episode of The Coyote, Badd Wolf.

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit wrote “Alabama Pines.”

MC RedCloud’s “Broken Rock Freestyle”
Plan B Strik9’s “Broken Rock Freestyle Beat”
“Save Your Soul” by Joey Stylez and Black*kiss (Radio Version)
Drezus’s “Warpath”
A.P.M. Music’s “Repulsion”

“Axe” by The Steel Woods Season 9 Episode 9: Enemies by Monday

Brock Tyler’s “Orange Bus”
Honey County’s song “Love Someone.”
Honey County, with Spencer Crandall, sang “Under Your Influence.”
“That Would Be All Right” by Lincoln Grounds and Thomm Jutz
Rob Baird wrote “Dreams and Gasoline.”
William Wild wrote “Fast Stack.”
Suicidal Tendencies sang “You Can’t Bring Me Down.”

Sins of the Father is the 10th episode.

Chris Stapleton wrote the song “Daddy Doesn’t Pray Anymore.”
Signature Tracks’ “Black Metal Recruitment Vox Full Mix”
Ryan Bingham’s “The Weary Kind”

The music for Season 3

Even though the Duttons won a battle against their enemy, a bigger war was coming up. When a Fortune 500 company threatens to destroy the family’s legacy, the bad guy, this time, wears expensive suits instead of cowboy hats and leather boots.

You’re the Indian Now (Episode 1)

Kevin Costner and Modern West wrote “Dark Thoughts Ride.”
Cody Jinks’s “Mamma Song”
Honey County’s “Cigarette”
“Good Corn Liquor” by The SteelDrivers, “Caroline” by Colter Wall, and “Belle Plaine

Episode 2: Freight Trains and Monsters”

Blackberry Smoke’s “Sleeping Dogs”
The Cadillac Three’s “Party Like You”
Tyler Childers wrote “Lady May.”

Episode 3: “Condemned” by Zach Bryan

A Good Way to Give Up

Casey Donahew wrote, “What Cowboys Do.”
Red Shahan’s “Revolution”
“The Mercury” is by Turnpike Troubadours. “Me and Jack” is by Jon Pardi.
“Where Do You Want It” by Whitey Morgan and Whiskey Myers’ 78 “Gasoline”
“Mine” by Kendell Esterly,

Episode 4 of Marvel: Going Back to California

Kevin Costner and Modern West wrote, “We Don’t Run.”
Bad Flamingo’s “Ain’t Too Worried”
Sturgill Simpson’s “Life of Sin”
Bad Flamingo’s “Butter”
Motorhead’s “Dead Men Tell No Tales”

Episode 5: Cowboys and Dreamers

Sturgill Simpson’s “Long White Line”
Hayes Carll’s “Drunken Poet’s Dream” Episode 6: “All for Nothings”

“Straight Up Sideways” by Lainey Wilson “Episode 3: Finale, Pt. 1 (Origins, Villains, and the Like”) by Jomo and the Possum Posse “Kmag Yoyo” by Hayes Carll

Episode 7: The Beating Charley Crockett’s “The Valley”

Sturgill Simpson wrote, “Turtles All the Way Down.”

“Born Again” is by Tyler Childers, and “Walkin’ Out the Door” is by A.P.M. Music.

“Me, My Bottle, and Nothing but Time” is a poem by Gethen Jenkins.
“Tell My Mother I Miss Her So Much” by Ryan Bingham

Episode 9: “Meaner Than Evil”

“Snake Eyes” by Ryan Bingham
Garrett Bradford’s “This Way of Life”
Kevin Costner and Modern West

Episode 10: “You Won’t See It Coming”

Everything is purple

Elle King’s “Ain’t Gonna Drown”
Brothers Osborne wrote the song “Dead Man’s Curve.”
Lainey Wilson’s “Small Town Girl”

The music for Season 4

The Duttons have no way to defend themselves after a brutal attack and have more questions than cattle. While this happens, one family member breaks away to make his way.

Half the Money—the first episode

Hailey Whitters wrote “Black Sheep.”
T.V.A.’s “Goodbye”
Colter Wall’s “Plain to See Plainsman”

Episode 2: “Phantom Pain”

Blackberry Smoke’s “Hey Delilah”
“J.A wrote Thoughts Fly Free.”
Ross Shifflett wrote, “Deeper in the Woods.”
Ryan Bingham’s “The Other Side”
Ryan Bingham’s “Wishing Well”

All I See Is You, Episode 3

Colter Wall wrote, “Sleeping on the Blacktop.”
Ross Shifflett wrote, “Ain’t Got Much.”
The Steel Woods’s “Blind Lover”
Pink Shark Music’s “Come On Over”
“Together with Family” is a song by MIBE
Thomm Jutz and Peter Cronin’s “Cherie”
“All I See Is You” by Shane Smith and the Saints and “Caravan of Fools” by John Prine.

Episode 4: To Win or to Learn

Shane Smith and the Saints sang “All I See Is You.”
Bill Anschell’s “Lana”
Shooter Jennings wrote “The Low Road.”
Willie Nelson’s “Hands on the Wheel” Episode 5—
Under a Blanket of Red

“Brother” by Jo Brings Lots
Colter Wall’s “Cowpoke”
Blackberry Smoke’s “All Over the Road”
“Flying or Crying” by Zach Bryan,

Episode 6 of “I Want to Be Him”

The Panhandlers sang “West Texas in My Eye.”
Gethen Jenkins wrote “Bottle in My Hand.”
“Take It Easy Mama” by Ryan Bingham
Keep the Wolves Close (Chapter 7)

Tim McGraw wrote “The Cowboy in Me.”
Jackson Dean’s “Don’t Come A Lookin'”
Bill Morgan wrote “Only Memories.”
Ryan Bingham’s “The Poet”

Episode 8—
No Mercy for the Coward Who Said, “It Hurt So Bad” Jaime Wyatt

Jason Isbell’s “Cover Me Up”

Episode 9: “No Such Thing as Fair”

Honey Country’s “Chess”
Red Shahan’s “Javalena”
Cody Johnson’s “Dear Rodeo”
John Moreland wrote, “Break My Heart Sweetly.”
“Restless Ways” by Gethen Jenkins (in the bunkhouse)
“Hallelujah” (Walker plays a song for Beth) (Walker plays the music for Beth) by Ryan Bingham

Episode 10: Grass in the streets and weeds on the roofs

Hayes Carll’s “To Keep from Being Found”
Wade Bowen wrote, “Beat Me Down.”
Tanner Usrey’s “The Light”
Kolton Moore and The Clever Few wrote: “Peace in the Pines.”

The music for Season 5

In the new season’s first episode, John Dutton takes over as governor of Montana. The show’s music is better than before, with Lainey Wilson in the cast.

Episode 1: A Century Is Nothing

Hayes Carll’s “Happy Hour”
“Dance the Night Away” was sung by Shane Smith and the Saints.
“Alex” is a song by Shane Smith and the Saints.
“Fire in the Ocean” by Shane Smith and the Saints.
Zach Bryan’s “Whiskey Fever”
Dolly Parton wrote “Mule Skinner Blues.”
Robert Earl Keen’s “Shades of Gray”

Part 2: “The Sting of Wisdom”

The third episode of “Cosmopolitan” by Chris Hajian and Andrew Ezrin is called “Tall Drink of Water.”

Isaac Hoskins wrote, “Off the Wagon.”
Vincent Price wrote “Willie Nelson’s Wail.” Neil Emmerson
49 Winchester’s “Last Call.”
“Smell Like Smoke,” by Lainey Wilson,

Part 4: Horses in Heaven

Zach Bryan’s song “The Good I’ll Do.”

Episode 5:

“New Friends” by Lainey Wilson
Look at them ride away.

“Intertwine” by Senora May and “Far from Home” by Aubrie Seller

Episode 6: “Cigarettes, Whiskey, a Meadow, and You”

Lainey Wilson wrote, “Hold My Halo.”
Ryan Bingham wrote, “Nobody Knows My Trouble.”
Lainey Wilson wrote “Watermelon Moonshine.”
Cody Jinks wrote “One Good Decision.”
Myron Elkins wrote “Factories, Farms, and Amphetamines.”
Isaac Hoskins wrote “H-Town Turnaround.”
“The Dream Is Not Me,”

Episode 7 of “The Wrong Side of the River” by Myron Elkins

Flatland Cavalry’s “Mountain Song”
L.A. Edwards wrote, “Let It Out.”
“Motorcycle Drive By,” “Quittin’ Time,” and “Summertime Blues.” by Zach Bryan.
This song was written by Zach Bryan.

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