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Mad Men - Season 7

Mad Men - Season 7

Mad Men - Season 7, created by Matthew Weiner, is a critically acclaimed television drama series that aired from 2014 to 2015. Set in the 1960s, the show follows the lives of advertising executives in New York City, specifically focusing on the enigmatic Don Draper (played by Jon Hamm) and his colleagues at the Sterling Cooper advertising agency.

The seventh and final season of Mad Men is divided into two parts, aptly named "The Beginning" and "The End of an Era." This split offers a unique perspective on the characters' struggles and showcases the changing landscape of the advertising industry in the late 1960s.

Jon Hamm perfectly embodies the complex character of Don Draper, a talented yet deeply troubled creative director. The cast also includes Elisabeth Moss as Peggy Olson, Don's protégé and a talented copywriter, and Christina Hendricks as Joan Holloway, a skilled office manager. John Slattery portrays Roger Sterling, a witty and eccentric partner at the agency, while Vincent Kartheiser portrays Pete Campbell, a young and ambitious account executive. January Jones portrays Betty Draper, Don's ex-wife, and Kiernan Shipka shines as their daughter, Sally Draper.

Season 7 explores themes such as identity, morality, and the consequences of one's actions. As the characters grapple with major societal shifts, including the civil rights movement and the counterculture revolution, their personal lives become more entangled with their professional world. Don's continuous search for meaning and redemption takes center stage throughout the final season.

The 1960s soundtrack in Mad Men - Season 7 is another captivating aspect of the show. With a mix of iconic hits and lesser-known gems, the music perfectly encapsulates the zeitgeist of the era. Artists such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and Frank Sinatra grace the episodes, enhancing the storytelling and atmospheric immersion.

To fully experience the music from Mad Men - Season 7, you can play and download the sounds here. Immerse yourself in the captivating melodies that transported viewers back to the vibrant and turbulent 1960s. From the energetic rock 'n' roll beats to the soulful crooning, the soundtrack captures both the spirit of the time period and the emotional journey of the characters.

As the final season progresses, the stories of the characters intertwine, drawing the audience deeper into their world. The writing remains sharp and insightful, maintaining the show's trademark blend of drama, humor, and social commentary. We witness Don's struggles with his past, trying to find his place in a rapidly changing industry that no longer values his traditional approach to advertising. Peggy faces challenges as she navigates a male-dominated profession, while Joan confronts sexism and fights for the recognition she deserves.

Meanwhile, Roger embarks on a quest for personal fulfillment beyond the office walls, and Pete reinvents himself on the West Coast. The fast-paced nature of the advertising world mirrors the characters' personal growth, ensuring that Mad Men - Season 7 remains engaging and thought-provoking until the very end.

With its impeccable writing, stellar performances, and immersive soundtrack, Mad Men - Season 7 is a must-watch for anyone interested in the 1960s, advertising, or compelling character-driven dramas. This groundbreaking series has left an indelible mark on television, and it stands as a timeless testament to the power of storytelling and the complexity of the human experience.

So, sit back, press play, and transport yourself to the world of Mad Men - Season 7. Immerse yourself in the lives of the unforgettable characters and let the evocative music carry you on a journey through the swinging sixties.

A little. I wouldn't rush home.
A note on the fridge to remind her about her diet.
A pleasant day here in this pleasant city.
A refrigerator full of Miller Beer.
About my car that I don't.
About what happened at Ladies' Home Journal
Acting like nothing's changed.
Actually, I took another job.
Actually, it's none of your business.
Actually, let me ask you something
Advertising is not a very comfortable place for everyone.
Afternoon.
All benefits and unlimited private jet travel.
All I ask is that you please read the brief
All I found was lighter fluid. I'm not there yet
All right. All right.
All right. Well, I'm around.
All the SC&P girls got flowers.
Always have been, always will be.
Always have been, always will be.
Always looking for something better, always looking for something else
An apology. That's classy.
And
And $1 million contingent on my presence.
And a couple of paperbacks somebody left behind.
And after Joan cashed in, I saved Avon.
And ain't none of their business how I get rich.
And Avon corporate is blocks away.
And be my wife and family again.
And Betty Friedan in the lobby
And called off the sale right in front of me.
And do your best to forget things.
And even if we are, we're entitled to more.
And hasn't come back.
And he drinks beer.
And he loves dogs because they don't talk.
And he moved to Wichita from Philly four years ago.
And he spends Sunday and Thursday night with her,
And he'll tell Carl, the associate creative director.
And he's conducting a study at New York Hospital.
And he's gonna get you out of McCann.
And honestly, I doubt that's gonna continue here anyway.
And how do you feel now that you know that?
And I blew him apart.
And I don't think I can get out of it.
And I don't want you to think I'm a quitter.
And I dropped my lighter.
And I got to go home.
And I know I can.
And I need to know what you were doing.
And I wrote it down.
And I'd love for you to join me.
And I'll give you another night if you fix the Coke machine.
And I'll make it through the winter.
And I'm being paid through the end of the week,
And I'm going to call Jim. Call, uh...
And I'm gonna look into their funding.
And I'm not calling myself.
And I'm not Dennis' junior.
And I'm the guy to find him.
And I've been trying to get you for 10 years.
And it may be more serious than just the rib
And it should stay that way through the weekend
And it's Charles Butler and it's footwear.
And it's not open for discussion.
And it's not what you think it is.
And let everyone know they're with a friend.
And let's face it, it would be good to get out of town,
And make me run away with you?
And McCann's gonna cut a deal for the rest
And metastasized to the bones
And Mike was waiting with Charlene in the Grill Room for an hour!
And more snow coming.
And my wife, she doesn't know any better, but I guess you knew that.
And National Cash Register just left,
And no one thought to call me, I guess.
And not expect your friends to remind you all the time.
And not the city and not Cos Cob.
And not to mention everything, et cetera.
And now I'm unhappy.
And now there's gonna be one less person I know.
And once we get you on (CHUCKLES)
And out of over 900 entries, you, Diana Baur,
And recommend that they hire an in house senior marketing man.
And Sharon said she caught you being handy.
And should you ever need anything in this city,
And started swinging her elbows.
And that's all I hear about.
And that's tricky.
And the messenger.
And then you sent Peggy to Gerald what's his name
And to lymph nodes in the mediastinum.
And to say hello.
And Wayne's dad ran the drugstore before Wayne did
And we bounced them.
And we can't get mad at her for being independent.
And we just bought an entire agency in Milwaukee to get Miller Beer.
And we're going to have dinner on Saturday night...
And what is his brand?
And what would that year be like?
And when you see couples with no children...
And wholesome.
And you can imagine the men. It was bedlam
And you have other plans.
And you'll certainly get the respect you desire
And you'll have a plane to use at your disposal. We will.
And you're being very menacing right now.
And your old friend Conrad Hilton.
And, Don, this is a shirtsleeves operation. We want you relaxed.
And, well, she's nowhere to be found.
Andy. You want me to clean up?
Anymore.
Anything else to do around here?
Anything!
Are any of you planning to work here,
Are getting the right kind of attention.
Are those my boxes?
Are you advocating for your agency or for yourself?
Are you coming to the Sears briefing? That's a good idea.
Are you looking for my mother?
Are you lost?
Are you trying to get me to make you lunch?
Aren't you sweet to come by? This is Beverly
As far as I can tell, its entire public reputation is based on Hollywood.
As soon as I figure out why she thought my bar wasn't personal
As well as your mail and memos
As you know, this is Bill Phillips, senior director at Conley Research.
Ask Him.
At home?
Avon will be serviced by the exact same personnel.
Avon, Butler Footwear, Topaz Pantyhose,
Babe, look at me.
BARRY ON INTERCOM: I appreciate the call.
Bartender, Hallie Woods, Larry Stark.
Beautiful weather out there today.
Because a Mrs. Diana Baur entered our contest,
Because Dad was like that.
Because I want you to talk some sense into her.
Because I'm perfectly happy to take
Because its origins were supernatural...
Because Marsha's sorting things out over there
Because she got kicked out of Brearley. (SHRIEKS)
Because there are millions of him
Because there's hope she could have more time.
Because you are charmed, my friend.
Because you love the tragedy.
Because you're gonna help them.
Because you're the best?
Before our next call.
Before they called it a war, near the Yalu River.
Believe it or not, I'm not scary. Organ music is scary.
Believe me, I'd involve you if I could.
Better have something more,
Betty, you want the kids to hear you talk that way?
BETTY: "Dear Sally, I know that you're frightened
Betty.
Bill, why don't you tell us a little bit about this exciting new beverage
BOB: Good morning, gentlemen.
Bullshit. They can't fire you.
Bunch of power tools in the garage that he never uses.
But as a partner at SC&P,
But as long as your mother and Kevin are away,
But before any of that happens, they want to review their overall strategy
But he went to take his daughter to school.
But how do you get him to open his mind?
But I always have. That's the way we are.
But I am not ready to say goodbye to the summer.
But I couldn't agree with you more about who we need.
But I couldn't do it.
But I don't care about your SC&P partnership.
But I don't feel that my accounts
But I feel perfectly comfortable...
But I need to know her whereabouts.
But I needed that.
But I probably can rustle up a bottle.
But I was disappointed when I got there that I didn't see more ten gallon hats.
But I was wondering what happened.
But I watched my mother die.
But I will never allow you to hurt me again.
But I work for a collection agency.
But I'll be up there all the time.
But I'll feel the emptiness
But I'm afraid Duck Phillips
But I'm not Diana, I'm Laura.
But I've been a little dishonest.
But if now is a bad time...
But it does include barbecue and I'm getting your drinks
But it doesn't feel like it because he works long hours.
But it loosens the earth
But it was miserable when you were in it
But it's got to come from Tulsa.
But it's not too late to let the ax fly.
But no...
But not true of the folks at Higbee's Department Store
But she won't do it.
But she won't even hear of it.
But that doesn't mean I don't want to hear about it.
But the girls aren't shy nowadays.
But these treatments are usually palliative.
But this is a big crime,
But we really love Avon.
But we wouldn't even be interested unless Duck
But why?
But you really don't.
But you seem like you don't even care about keeping these accounts.
But you were insulted by the offer
But you're gonna have to get used to
But you've got five Mississippi to get our money back.
But your company is very glamorous.
But your little stake doesn't mean anything here.
Bye, sweetheart.
Bye.
Bye.
Calm down? Where the hell is Don?
Can I g0?
Can I still accept it?
Can I take a message?