Music from Saul Season 2 Episode 3

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The official Saul Soundtrack from Season 2 Episode 3 is now available. Get all the details on the music featured in the episode.


Saul Season 2 Episode 3 is the third episode of the second season of the AMC television series Better Call Saul, a spin-off of Breaking Bad. The episode aired on March 21, 2016.

Music from the episode includes “Better Call Saul” by Bad Company, “Candy” by Misfits, and “Absolutely (Story of a Girl)” by Nine Days.

Scene 1

The episode opens with Saul and his team preparing for an important case. The music in this scene is tense and suspenseful, setting the stage for the drama to come.

Scene 2

The second scene of the third episode of Saul features a montage of scenes set to the song “Hogan’s Heroes” by American rock band the Rembrandts.

Scene 3

In the third scene of episode three, we see Saul and his team preparing to raid a drug cartel’s hideout. While they get ready, we hear a tense and ominous piece of music playing in the background. This music helps to set the mood and create a sense of suspense for the viewer.

Scene 4

In the scene, Jimmy and Mike are sitting in a car together talking. The conversation is tense and we can hear the sound of traffic in the background. As they talk, we hear a piece of music begin to play. The music is slow and sad, with a feeling of loss and regret.

The piece is called “Herrlichkeit” by Max Richter. It’s a beautiful piece of music that perfectly fits the mood of the scene.

Scene 5

In this scene, Jimmy and Kim meet at a restaurant to discuss the progress of their new business venture. As they wait for their food, they listen to the jazz band playing in the background.

The song playing in the background is “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” by Nina Simone.

Scene 6

The song that plays when Kimmie is talking to Huell in the storage locker is “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Scene 7

Saul is in his car talking on the phone with his contact, who tells him that the job is done and that he should come get his money. Saul hangs up the phone and starts to drive away, but is suddenly stopped by a police officer. The officer asks for Saul’s license and registration, but Saul says he doesn’t have them. The officer then asks if Saul has any weapons in the car, to which Saul responds that he has a gun in the glove compartment. The officer tells Saul to step out of the car, and as Saul does so, we hear a version of “Hallelujah” playing on the radio.

Scene 8

In this scene, Saul is sitting in his car talking to Mike on the phone. He’s telling Mike that he’s going to have to leave town for a while and wants him to take care of his family. As they’re talking, we hear a slow, sad piano melody playing in the background.


The third and final episode of Saul’s second season was filled with great music. Here are some of the highlights:

-The episode opens with a cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” by Jeff Buckley.
-At the start of the montage showing Jimmy and Kim working together, we hear a cover of Patsy Cline’s “I Fall to Pieces” by Mazzy Star.
-As Jimmy drives to Albuquerque to visit his brother, we hear Bob Dylan’s “Most of the Time.”
-After their huge argument, Mike listens to “Bloody Mary (Natural Law)” by Moby while driving.
-As Saul tries to figure out what to do next, he listens to “A Change is Gonna Come” by Sam Cooke.
-The episode ends with a cover of Emmylou Harris’ “Boulder to Birmingham” by Elliott Smith.

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