NO SPOILERS: Better Call Saul Season 4, Episode 4, titled "Talk," won't be summarized here, consistent with our no-spoilers policy. But enough can be said about the two songs heard in the number, one at the beginning, the other at the end.
NO SPOILERS: Season 3, Episode 10 of Better Call Saul, titled "Lantern," left behind questions, opened up (closed) a few possibilities for Season 4. Four songs appeared in the soundtrack, one of them recent, one 63 years old.
NO SPOILERS: Last night's episode of Better Call Saul, the third one from the Season Finale, featured just one song, at a crucial moment.
NO SPOILERS "Sunk Costs," Episode Three of Better Call Saul's Season 3 unwinds slowly, but at one pivotal moment, an event inevitable after last week's episode comes to a head. This is the song: "Hurry Sundown."
NO SPOILERS. "Mabel," Monday night's Season 3 premiere of Better Call Saul literally picks up from Season 2's final moments. The musical interlude, however, as in previous episodes, came early, during the show's black-and-white "flash forward" moments (the present day).
Is it a "drug song?" Well, read on.
Little Barrie, the British trio who created Better Call Saul's theme song, get a bit more of a showcase in this week's episode, "Fifi."
NO SPOILERS: Last night's episode of Better Call Saul, titled "Inflatable," brought one defining moment in the series so far. And that moment—from start to finish—included appropriate music.
SPOILER WARNING: Do not read unless/until you've seen Monday's Episode of Better Call Saul (just renewed for a third season), titled "Rebecca."
NO SPOILERS: "Amarillo," Episode Three of Better Call Saul, hinting at a Lone Star connection, had it with the graceful, traditional country tune heard in the first scene.
Last night's Season 2 premier of Better Call Saul, titled "Switch," began with a flash forward, black-and-white, much like last year's debut episode. As the action unfolds, a song begins playing, a tune Willie Nelson fans know well.