A Bronx Tale Soundtrack (

A Bronx Tale Soundtrack (1993) cover

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Rating: 7.80/10 from 159000 votes
Tags: year 1960
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Una historia del Bronx

Title in Italiano:


Title in Português:

Um Bairro em Nova Iorque


Gangster Sonny is the big man in the Bronx neighborhood of an Italian small boy named Calogero. A shooting witnessed by the boy (nicknamed C) is the starting point of a lasting bond between the gangster and the boy.

Father (bus driver Lorenzo), however, disapproves. C grows up under the wing of both men, torn between his own natural honesty and his fascination with Sonny.

C's neighborhood cronies get involved in theft, use of guns, and racial fights. When C falls for an African American girl, things don't get any easier.

C's leap to manhood is marked by tragedy, but also by his recognition of the many faces of love.

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A Bronx Tale
Streets of the Bronx
Butch Barbella: Writer
I Wonder Why
Dion DiMucci: Performer
Little Girl of Mine
Morris Levy: Writer
The Cleftones: Performer
Same Old Song and Dance
Frank Sinatra: Performer
Bobby Worth: Writer
Don't You Know?
Bobby Worth: Writer
Della Reese: Performer
Don't You Just Know It
Huey P. Smith: Writer
Flamenco Sketches
Miles Davis: Writer
Miles Davis: Performer
For Your Precious Love
Jerry Butler: Writer
Jerry Butler: Performer
Ain't That a Kick in the Head
Dean Martin: Performer
Jimmy Van Heusen: Writer
Sole Malato
Domenico Modugno: Writer
Domenico Modugno: Performer
Mitchell Parish: Writer
Adam Wade: Performer
A Beautiful Morning
Tell It Like It Is
I Only Have Eyes for You
Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won't Do)
When Joanna Loved Me
Say It (Over and Over Again)
Come Together
Ten Commandments of Love
Cleo's Mood
Hawg for You
Nights in White Satin
Baby I Need Your Loving
You Really Got Me
All Along the Watchtower
I'm So Proud
Strange Brew
It's a Man's Man's Man's World
Cristo Redentor
That's Life
Ave Maria
Don't You Know?
Bobby Worth: Performer
Don't You Just Know It
Huey P. Smith: Performer
Ain't That a Kick in the Head
Jimmy Van Heusen: Performer
I Need Your Lovin'
Morris Levy: Performer
Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won't Do)
Steve Cropper: Performer
Cleo's Mood
Junior Walker: Performer
I'm So Proud
Curtis Mayfield: Performer
It's a Man's Man's Man's World
James Brown: Performer
That's Life
Dean Kay: Performer

User reviews

Joshua Lopez

Each track in the soundtrack complements the storyline, creating a rich tapestry of emotions that resonate with the characters' struggles and triumphs. The music not only sets the mood but also serves as a powerful narrative tool, underscoring the complexities of loyalty, love, and personal growth.

Betty Smith

The soundtrack of A Bronx Tale perfectly captures the essence of the Bronx neighborhood with its mix of Italian and American influences.

Karen Taylor

The use of traditional Italian music in the soundtrack adds authenticity and nostalgia to the film, transporting the audience to a specific time and place.

Mary Moore

The choice of songs reflects the cultural clashes and tensions portrayed in the movie, adding layers of complexity to the characters' experiences.

David Hernandez

The music selection in A Bronx Tale enhances the storytelling, providing a powerful emotional backdrop that resonates with the audience.

John White

The instrumental score effectively underscores the dramatic moments, heightening the impact of key scenes and character developments.

Kimberly Martinez

The choice of songs in the soundtrack seems disjointed and out of place, failing to create a cohesive and immersive atmosphere for the audience. The lack of consistency in the musical style and tone detracts from the overall impact of the film and leaves the viewer feeling disconnected from the narrative.

Brian Taylor

The hauntingly beautiful score evokes a sense of nostalgia and longing, mirroring the protagonist's journey from innocence to adulthood. The use of iconic songs from the era adds an authentic touch to the film, immersing the audience in the sights and sounds of a bygone era.

Ronald Campbell

The music enhances the emotional depth of the story, especially in scenes depicting the complex relationships between Calogero, Sonny, and Lorenzo.

Michelle Allen

The soundtrack of A Bronx Tale perfectly captures the essence of the Italian-American neighborhood with its blend of classic doo-wop and soulful melodies. The music enhances the emotional depth of the story, transporting the listener to the streets of the Bronx in the 1960s.

Joshua Green

The soundtrack seamlessly transitions between moments of tension and moments of tenderness, mirroring the conflicting emotions experienced by the characters.

Charles Taylor

Overall, the soundtrack of A Bronx Tale plays a crucial role in shaping the tone and mood of the film, making it a memorable and impactful viewing experience.

Dorothy Lopez

The incorporation of classic doo-wop and R&B tracks helps to establish the film's setting in the 1960s, creating a rich and immersive atmosphere.

Elizabeth Carter

The soundtrack of A Bronx Tale fails to capture the emotional depth and complexity of the storyline. The music feels generic and lacks the ability to evoke strong emotions that are necessary to enhance the viewing experience.