List of songs in Glee (season 1)

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Glee is an American musical comedy-drama television series that aired on the Fox network in the United States. It focuses on the William McKinley High School glee club New Directions competing on the show choir competition circuit, while its members deal with relationships, sexuality and social issues. The show was created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan, and features many cover versions of songs performed on-screen by the characters.[1] Murphy is responsible for selecting all of the songs used, and strives to maintain a balance between show tunes and chart hits, as he wants there to be "something for everybody in every episode".[2] Once Murphy selects a song, rights are cleared with its publishers by music supervisor P.J. Bloom, and music producer Adam Anders rearranges it for the Glee cast.[3] Numbers are pre-recorded by the cast, while choreographer Zach Woodlee constructs the accompanying dance moves, which are then taught to the cast and filmed.[2] Studio recordings of tracks are then made. The process begins six to eight weeks before each episode is filmed, and can end as late as the day before filming begins.[3]

At the beginning of the season, Murphy intended for the performances to remain reality-based, as opposed to having the characters spontaneously burst into song.[4] As the season progressed, however, Glee began to utilize fantasy sequences, with paraplegic character Artie imagining himself dancing to "The Safety Dance", and six separate characters performing a fantasy version of "Like a Virgin".[5] The first thirteen episodes of the season averaged five songs per episode.[6] For the final nine episodes, the number of performances increased to eight.[6]

Murphy was surprised at the ease with which use of songs was approved by the record labels approached.[4] Recording artist Rihanna offered her single "Take a Bow" for use at a reduced licensing rate, and other artists have offered use of their songs free.[7] Madonna granted the show rights to her entire catalog, and the 2010 episode "The Power of Madonna" featured cover versions of eight of her songs.[8] A series of Glee albums have been released through Columbia Records. Accompanying the first season were the studio albums Glee: The Music, Volume 1, Glee: The Music, Volume 2 and Glee: The Music, Volume 3 Showstoppers, extended plays (EP) Glee: The Music, The Power of Madonna and Glee: The Music, Journey to Regionals, and the compilation album Glee: The Music, The Complete Season One, featuring 100 recordings from the season. Songs featured on the show are available for digital download through the iTunes Store up to two weeks before new episodes air, and through other digital outlets and mobile carriers a week later.[3]

Performers[edit]

The majority of songs are performed by New Directions, which is composed of Artie Abrams (Kevin McHale), Rachel Berry (Lea Michele), Mike Chang (Harry Shum, Jr.), Tina Cohen-Chang (Jenna Ushkowitz), Quinn Fabray (Dianna Agron), Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith), Kurt Hummel (Chris Colfer), Mercedes Jones (Amber Riley), Santana Lopez (Naya Rivera), Brittany Pierce (Heather Morris), Noah "Puck" Puckerman (Mark Salling) and Matt Rutherford (Dijon Talton).[9] Club director Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) also performs several songs.[10] The season features some performances by rival glee clubs Vocal Adrenaline, which is sometimes led by Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff), Jane Addams Girls Choir, Haverbrook Deaf Choir and Aural Intensity, as well as McKinley High's cheerleaders, the Cheerios, and the football team.[11][12]

Guest stars who gave vocal performances during the season were Ben Bledsoe as former glee club member Hank Saunders, Jerry Phillips as a younger Finn, and Aaron Hendry as Darren in the pilot episode, Kristin Chenoweth and Neil Patrick Harris as former glee club members April Rhodes and Bryan Ryan, Zack Weinstein as Sean Fretthold, Olivia Newton-John as herself, Wendy Worthington as an auditionee for Les Misérables in "Dream On", and Idina Menzel as Vocal Adrenaline director Shelby Corcoran.[9][13][14]

Songs included on the three soundtrack albums accompanying the season feature additional vocals by non-cast members. Adam Anders, Kamari Copeland, Tim Davis, Emily Gomez, David Loucks, Chris Mann and Windy Wagner appear on all three albums, as does Nikki Anders, née Hassman, who is credited as Hassman on the first two and Anders on the third; Zac Poor sings on the second and third albums. Jasper Randall appears on Glee: The Music, Volume 1,[15] and David Baloche, Jenny Karr, Kerri Larson and Tiffany Palmer feature on Glee: The Music, Volume 2.[16] Glee: The Music, Volume 3 Showstoppers features additional vocals by Kala Balch, David Baloche, Colin Benward, Ravaughn Brown, Storm Lee, Chaz Mason, Jeanette Olsen, Jimmy Andrew Richard, Drew Ryan Scott, Shelley Scarr and Onitsha Shaw.[17] While recurring cast members Morris, Rivera, Shum, Jr., and Talton perform in the group numbers on screen, only Rivera is credited with performing vocally on any soundtrack albums or EPs, gaining her first solo part on "Like a Virgin" in the episode "The Power of Madonna",[18] and appearing on Glee: The Music, Volume 3 Showstoppers as well as the two EPs, Glee: The Music, The Power of Madonna and Glee: The Music, Journey to Regionals.[17][19][20]

Songs[edit]

List of songs in Glee season one
Title Version covered Performed by Episode Single Album[nb 1] Ref.
"Where Is Love?" Oliver! Hank Saunders and Sandy Ryerson 1. "Pilot" No N/A [22]
"Respect" Aretha Franklin Mercedes Jones 1. "Pilot" No N/A [23]
"Mister Cellophane" Chicago Kurt Hummel 1. "Pilot" No N/A [23]
"I Kissed a Girl" Katy Perry Tina Cohen-Chang 1. "Pilot" No N/A [23]
"On My Own" Les Misérables Rachel Berry 1. "Pilot" Yes The Complete Season One [23]
"Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat" Guys and Dolls Artie Abrams with New Directions 1. "Pilot" No N/A [23]
"Can't Fight This Feeling" REO Speedwagon Finn Hudson 1. "Pilot" Yes Volume 1 [23]
"Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'" Journey Young Finn Hudson and Darren 1. "Pilot" No N/A [24]
"You're the One That I Want" Grease Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson with New Directions 1. "Pilot" No N/A [25]
"Rehab" Amy Winehouse Vocal Adrenaline 1. "Pilot" Yes The Complete Season One [23]
"Leaving on a Jet Plane"[nb 2] John Denver Will Schuester 1. "Pilot" (Directors cut only) No Volume 1 [27]
"That's the Way (I Like It)" KC and the Sunshine Band McKinley High Glee Club – 1993 1. "Pilot" No N/A [13]
"(Shake, Shake, Shake)
Shake Your Booty
"
KC and the Sunshine Band McKinley High Glee Club – 1993 1. "Pilot" No N/A [13]
"Don't Stop Believin'" Journey Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson with New Directions 1. "Pilot" Yes Volume 1 [23]
"Le Freak" Chic New Directions 2. "Showmance" No N/A [28]
"Gold Digger" Kanye West feat. Jamie Foxx Will Schuester, Mercedes Jones and Artie Abrams with New Directions 2. "Showmance" Yes Volume 1 [28]
"All by Myself" Eric Carmen Emma Pillsbury 2. "Showmance" No N/A [29]
"Push It" Salt-n-Pepa New Directions 2. "Showmance" Yes The Complete Season One [28]
"I Say a Little Prayer"[nb 2] Dionne Warwick Quinn Fabray with Santana Lopez and Brittany Pierce 2. "Showmance" No Volume 1 [28]
"Take a Bow" Rihanna Rachel Berry with Mercedes Jones and Tina Cohen-Chang 2. "Showmance" Yes Volume 1 [28]
"For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" Anon Acafellas 3. "Acafellas" No N/A [30]
"This Is How We Do It" Montell Jordan Acafellas 3. "Acafellas" No N/A [30]
"Poison" Bell Biv DeVoe Acafellas 3. "Acafellas" No N/A [30]
"Mercy" Duffy Vocal Adrenaline 3. "Acafellas" Yes The Complete Season One [30]
"Bust Your Windows" Jazmine Sullivan Mercedes Jones 3. "Acafellas" Yes Volume 1 [30]
"I Wanna Sex You Up"[nb 2] Color Me Badd Acafellas 3. "Acafellas" No Volume 1 [30]
"Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)"[nb 3] Beyoncé Kurt Hummel with Tina Cohen-Chang and Brittany Pierce;
McKinley High football team
4. "Preggers" No N/A [31]
"Taking Chances" Céline Dion Rachel Berry 4. "Preggers" Yes Volume 1 [32]
"Tonight" West Side Story Tina Cohen-Chang 4. "Preggers" No N/A [32]
"Don't Stop Believin'" Journey Quinn Fabray and Finn Hudson with New Directions 5. "The Rhodes Not Taken" No N/A [33]
"Maybe This Time" Cabaret April Rhodes and Rachel Berry 5. "The Rhodes Not Taken" Yes Volume 1 [34]
"Cabaret" Cabaret Rachel Berry 5. "The Rhodes Not Taken" No N/A [35]
"Alone" Heart April Rhodes and Will Schuester 5. "The Rhodes Not Taken" Yes Volume 1 [34]
"Last Name" Carrie Underwood April Rhodes and New Directions 5. "The Rhodes Not Taken" Yes The Complete Season One [34]
"Somebody to Love" Queen New Directions 5. "The Rhodes Not Taken" Yes Volume 1 [34]
"It's My Life/Confessions Part II" Bon Jovi / Usher New Directions males 6. "Vitamin D" Yes The Complete Season One [36]
"Halo/Walking on Sunshine" Beyoncé / Katrina and the Waves New Directions females 6. "Vitamin D" Yes The Complete Season One [36]
"Hate on Me" Jill Scott Mercedes Jones, Tina Cohen-Chang
and New Directions: Sue's Kids
7. "Throwdown" Yes Volume 1 [37]
"Ride wit Me" Nelly feat. City Spud New Directions 7. "Throwdown" No N/A [38]
"No Air" Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson with New Directions 7. "Throwdown" Yes Volume 1 [37]
"You Keep Me Hangin' On" The Supremes Quinn Fabray 7. "Throwdown" Yes Volume 1 [37]
"Keep Holding On" Avril Lavigne New Directions 7. "Throwdown" Yes Volume 1 [37]
"Bust a Move" Young MC Will Schuester and New Directions 8. "Mash-Up" Yes Volume 1 [39]
"Thong Song" Sisqó Will Schuester 8. "Mash-Up" Yes The Complete Season One [39]
"What a Girl Wants" Christina Aguilera Rachel Berry 8. "Mash-Up" No N/A [39]
"Sweet Caroline" Neil Diamond Noah Puckerman with New Directions 8. "Mash-Up" Yes Volume 1 [39]
"Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)"[nb 3] Louis Prima Sue Sylvester and Will Schuester 8. "Mash-Up" No N/A [40]
"I Could Have Danced All Night"[nb 2] My Fair Lady Emma Pillsbury 8. "Mash-Up" Yes Volume 1 [39]
"Dancing with Myself" Nouvelle Vague Artie Abrams 9. "Wheels" Yes Volume 1 [41]
"Defying Gravity" Wicked Kurt Hummel and Rachel Berry 9. "Wheels" Yes Volume 1 [41]
"Proud Mary" Ike and Tina Turner New Directions 9. "Wheels" Yes Volume 2 [41]
"Endless Love" Lionel Richie and Diana Ross Rachel Berry and Will Schuester 10. "Ballad" Yes Volume 2 [42]
"I'll Stand by You" The Pretenders Finn Hudson 10. "Ballad" Yes Volume 2 [42]
"Don't Stand So Close to Me"/
"Young Girl"
The Police /
Gary Puckett & The Union Gap
Will Schuester 10. "Ballad" Yes Volume 2 [43]
"Crush" Jennifer Paige Rachel Berry 10. "Ballad" Yes Volume 2 [42]
"(You're) Having My Baby" Paul Anka and Odia Coates Finn Hudson 10. "Ballad" Yes Volume 2 [42]
"Lean on Me" Bill Withers New Directions 10. "Ballad" Yes Volume 2 [42]
"Bootylicious" Destiny's Child Jane Addams Girls Choir 11. "Hairography" Yes The Complete Season One [44]
"Don't Make Me Over" Dionne Warwick Mercedes Jones 11. "Hairography" Yes Volume 2 [44]
"You're the One That I Want" Grease Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson 11. "Hairography" No N/A [45]
"Papa Don't Preach" Madonna Quinn Fabray 11. "Hairography" Yes The Complete Season One [44]
"Crazy in Love/Hair" Beyoncé feat. Jay-Z / Hair New Directions 11. "Hairography" Yes The Complete Season One [44]
"Imagine" John Lennon Haverbrook Deaf Choir and New Directions 11. "Hairography" Yes Volume 2 [44]
"True Colors" Cyndi Lauper Tina Cohen-Chang and New Directions 11. "Hairography" Yes Volume 2 [44]
"Smile" Lily Allen Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson 12. "Mattress" Yes Volume 2 [46]
"When You're Smiling" Louis Armstrong Rachel Berry 12. "Mattress" No N/A [47]
"Jump" Van Halen New Directions 12. "Mattress" Yes Volume 2 [46]
"Smile" Nat King Cole New Directions 12. "Mattress" Yes Volume 2 [46]
"And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" Dreamgirls Mercedes Jones 13. "Sectionals" Yes Volume 2 [48]
"And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" Dreamgirls Jane Addams Girls Choir 13. "Sectionals" No N/A [49]
"Proud Mary" Ike and Tina Turner Jane Addams Girls Choir 13. "Sectionals" No N/A [48]
"Don't Stop Believin'" Journey Haverbrook Deaf Choir 13. "Sectionals" No N/A [48]
"Don't Rain on My Parade" Funny Girl Rachel Berry 13. "Sectionals" Yes Volume 2 [48]
"You Can't Always Get What You Want" The Rolling Stones New Directions 13. "Sectionals" Yes Volume 2 [48]
"My Life Would Suck Without You" Kelly Clarkson New Directions 13. "Sectionals" Yes Volume 2 [48]
"Hello, I Love You" The Doors Finn Hudson 14. "Hell-O" Yes Love Songs [50]
"Gives You Hell" The All-American Rejects Rachel Berry and New Directions 14. "Hell-O" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [50]
"Hello" Lionel Richie Rachel Berry and Jesse St. James 14. "Hell-O" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [50]
"Hello Again" Neil Diamond Will Schuester 14. "Hell-O" No N/A [51]
"Highway to Hell" AC/DC Vocal Adrenaline 14. "Hell-O" Yes The Complete Season One [50]
"Hello, Goodbye" The Beatles New Directions 14. "Hell-O" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [50]
"Ray of Light"[nb 3] Madonna McKinley High Cheerios 15. "The Power of Madonna" No N/A [52]
"Express Yourself" Madonna New Directions females 15. "The Power of Madonna" Yes The Power of Madonna [53]
"Open Your Heart/Borderline" Madonna Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson 15. "The Power of Madonna" Yes The Power of Madonna [54]
"Vogue" Madonna Sue Sylvester 15. "The Power of Madonna" Yes The Power of Madonna [54]
"Like a Virgin" Madonna Finn Hudson and Santana Lopez;
Will Schuester and Emma Pillsbury;
Rachel Berry and Jesse St. James
15. "The Power of Madonna" Yes The Power of Madonna [54]
"4 Minutes" Madonna feat.
Justin Timberlake and Timbaland
Kurt Hummel and Mercedes Jones 15. "The Power of Madonna" Yes The Power of Madonna [54]
"What It Feels Like for a Girl" Madonna Will Schuester and New Directions males 15. "The Power of Madonna" Yes The Power of Madonna [53]
"Like a Prayer" Madonna New Directions 15. "The Power of Madonna" Yes The Power of Madonna [55]
"Fire" Bruce Springsteen April Rhodes and Will Schuester 16. "Home" Yes The Complete Season One [56]
"A House Is Not a Home" Dionne Warwick Kurt Hummel with Finn Hudson 16. "Home" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [57]
"One Less Bell to Answer/
A House Is Not a Home"
The 5th Dimension/Dionne Warwick April Rhodes and Will Schuester 16. "Home" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [57]
"Beautiful" Christina Aguilera Mercedes Jones and New Directions 16. "Home" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [56]
"Home"[nb 4] The Wiz April Rhodes and New Directions 16. "Home" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [56]
"Ice Ice Baby" Vanilla Ice Will Schuester and New Directions 17. "Bad Reputation" Yes The Complete Season One [58]
"U Can't Touch This" MC Hammer Artie Abrams, Kurt Hummel, Mercedes Jones, Tina Cohen-Chang and Brittany Pierce 17. "Bad Reputation" Yes The Complete Season One [58]
"Physical" Olivia Newton-John Sue Sylvester and Olivia Newton-John 17. "Bad Reputation" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [58]
"Run Joey Run" David Geddes Rachel Berry, Noah Puckerman, Jesse St. James and Finn Hudson with Santana Lopez and Brittany Pierce 17. "Bad Reputation" Yes The Complete Season One [59]
"Total Eclipse of the Heart" Bonnie Tyler Rachel Berry, Finn Hudson,
Jesse St. James and Noah Puckerman
17. "Bad Reputation" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [58]
"The Climb" Miley Cyrus Rachel Berry 18. "Laryngitis" No N/A [60]
"Jessie's Girl" Rick Springfield Finn Hudson 18. "Laryngitis" Yes The Complete Season One [60]
"The Lady Is a Tramp" Sammy Davis, Jr. Noah Puckerman and Mercedes Jones 18. "Laryngitis" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [60]
"Pink Houses" John Mellencamp Kurt Hummel 18. "Laryngitis" No N/A [60]
"The Boy Is Mine" Brandy and Monica Mercedes Jones and Santana Lopez 18. "Laryngitis" Yes Love Songs [60]
"Rose's Turn"[nb 4] Gypsy: A Musical Fable Kurt Hummel 18. "Laryngitis" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [60]
"One" U2 Rachel Berry, Sean Fretthold, Finn Hudson and New Directions 18. "Laryngitis" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [60]
"Daydream Believer" The Monkees Bryan Ryan 19. "Dream On" No N/A [61]
"Piano Man" Billy Joel Will Schuester and Bryan Ryan 19. "Dream On" No N/A [61]
"Big Spender" Sweet Charity Auditioning woman 19. "Dream On" No N/A [62]
"Dream On" Aerosmith Will Schuester and Bryan Ryan 19. "Dream On" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [61]
"The Safety Dance" Men Without Hats Artie Abrams 19. "Dream On" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [61]
"I Dreamed a Dream" Les Misérables Rachel Berry and Shelby Corcoran 19. "Dream On" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [61]
"Dream a Little Dream of Me" The Mamas and the Papas Artie Abrams and New Directions 19. "Dream On" Yes Love Songs [61]
"Funny Girl" Barbra Streisand Shelby Corcoran 20. "Theatricality" Yes The Complete Season One [63]
"Bad Romance" Lady Gaga New Directions females with Kurt Hummel 20. "Theatricality" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [63]
"Shout It Out Loud" Kiss New Directions males except Kurt Hummel 20. "Theatricality" Yes The Complete Season One [64]
"Beth"[nb 4] Kiss New Directions males except Kurt Hummel 20. "Theatricality" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [64]
"Poker Face"[nb 4] Lady Gaga Rachel Berry and Shelby Corcoran 20. "Theatricality" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [63]
"Another One Bites the Dust" Queen Vocal Adrenaline 21. "Funk" Yes The Complete Season One [65]
"Tell Me Something Good" Rufus and Chaka Khan Will Schuester 21. "Funk" Yes Love Songs [65]
"Loser"[nb 4] Beck Noah Puckerman, Finn Hudson, Sandy Ryerson, Howard Bamboo and Terri Schuester 21. "Funk" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [66]
"It's a Man's Man's Man's World" James Brown Quinn Fabray 21. "Funk" Yes The Complete Season One [65]
"Good Vibrations" Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch
feat. Loleatta Holloway
Noah Puckerman, Finn Hudson and Mercedes Jones 21. "Funk" Yes The Complete Season One [65]
"Give Up the Funk" Parliament New Directions 21. "Funk" Yes Volume 3 Showstoppers [65]
"You Raise Me Up" / "Magic" Josh Groban / Olivia Newton-John Aural Intensity 22. "Journey to Regionals" No N/A [67]
"Faithfully" Journey Rachel Berry, Finn Hudson and New Directions 22. "Journey to Regionals" No Journey to Regionals [67]
"Any Way You Want It" / "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'" Journey New Directions 22. "Journey to Regionals" No Journey to Regionals [68]
"Don't Stop Believin'" Journey New Directions 22. "Journey to Regionals" No Journey to Regionals [68]
"Bohemian Rhapsody" Queen Vocal Adrenaline 22. "Journey to Regionals" No Journey to Regionals [69]
"To Sir, with Love" Lulu New Directions 22. "Journey to Regionals" No Journey to Regionals [69]
"Over the Rainbow" Israel Kamakawiwoʻole Will Schuester and Noah Puckerman 22. "Journey to Regionals" Yes Journey to Regionals [68]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ All soundtrack album and EP tracks are also included on the compilation album Glee: The Music, The Complete Season One. All except the Volume 1 bonus tracks, Love Songs EP tracks and "On My Own" are compiled on the Australian Glee: The Music, The Complete Season One CD Collection.[21]
  2. ^ a b c d Glee: The Music, Volume 1 bonus tracks.[26]
  3. ^ a b c Dance performances.
  4. ^ a b c d e Only included on the deluxe edition of Glee: The Music, Volume 3 Showstoppers.

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