Les affranchis Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Uno de los nuestros

Title in Italiano:

Quei bravi ragazzi

Title in Português:

Tudo Bons Rapazes


Goodfellas is a film that views the mob lives of three pivotal figures in the 1960's and 70's New York.

Henry Hill is a local boy turned gangster in a neighborhood full of the roughest and toughest.

Tommy DeVito is a purebred gangster, who turns out to be Henry's best friend.

Jimmy Conway puts the two of them together, and runs some of the biggest hijacks and burglaries the town has ever seen.

After an extended jail sentence, Henry must sneak around the back of the local mob boss, Paulie Cicero, to live the life of luxury he has always dreamed of.

In the end, the friends end up in a hell of a jam, and must do anything they can to save each other, and stay alive.

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Les affranchis
Rags to Riches
Tony Bennett: Performer
Jerry Ross: Writer
Can't We Be Sweethearts
Morris Levy: Writer
The Cleftones: Performer
Hearts of Stone
Eddie Ray: Writer
Otis Williams: Performer
Firenze Sogna
Parlami D'amore, Mariù
This World We Live In
It's Not for Me to Say
I Will Follow Him
Then He Kissed Me
Look in My Eyes
Roses are Red
Life is But a Dream
Leader of the Pack
Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo' Bye!)
Happy Birthday to You
Ain't That a Kick in the Head
He's Sure the Boy I Love
Pretend You Don't See Her
Remember (Walkin' in the Sand)
Baby I Love You
Beyond the Sea
The Boulevard of Broken Dreams
Gimme Shelter
Wives and Lovers
Monkey Man
Frosty the Snow Man
Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
Bells of St. Mary's
Unchained Melody
Danny Boy
Sunshine of Your Love
Jump into the Fire
Memo from Turner
Magic Bus
What Is Life
Mannish Boy
My Way
Can't We Be Sweethearts
Morris Levy: Performer
Parlami d'Amore Mariù
Cesare A. Bixio: Performer
It's Not for Me to Say
Robert Allen: Performer
Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo' Bye!)
Al Jolson: Performer
Ain't That a Kick in the Head
Sammy Cahn: Performer
He's Sure the Boy I Love
Barry Mann: Performer
Pretend You Don't See Her
Steve Allen: Performer
Remember (Walkin' in the Sand)
Shadow Morton: Performer
Bells of St. Mary's
Douglas Furber: Performer
TAXI DRIVER: Theme (Sonny & His Jazzmen)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
RAGING BULL: Cavalleria Rusticana: Intermezzo (Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
THE COLOR OF MONEY: It's In The Way That You Use It (Blues Boys)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
THE LAST TEMPTATION OF CHRIST: The Feeling Begins (L'Orchestra d'Acadamie)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
GOODFELLAS: Remember (Walking In The Sand) (The Shangri-Las)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
CAPE FEAR: Theme (L'Orchestra d'Academie)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
THE AGE OF INNOCENCE: Pathetique Sonata (Nicholas York)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
Radetsky March, Op. 228 - Johan Strauss (Vienna Opera Orchestra)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
CASINO: Contempt - Theme De Camille (L'orchestra Cinematique)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
THE GANGS OF NEW YORK: The Hands That Built America (Dee Harrington)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
THE DEPARTED: Chi Mi Frena From Lucia Di Lammermoor (Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra & Rita Noel)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer
Sweet Dreams (Of You) (Zoe Nicholas)
Elmer Bernstein: Performer

User reviews

Michael Walker

The music choices often felt out of place and did not enhance the emotional impact of key scenes. It failed to create a sense of tension and suspense, which are crucial elements in a crime drama like Les affranchis.

Donna Green

The memorable songs featured in the soundtrack of Les affranchis not only serve as background music, but also help to define the characters and their relationships, adding an extra layer of depth to the storytelling.

Ronald Jackson

The soundtrack of Les affranchis did not capture the essence of the 1960's and 70's New York mob scene accurately. It felt generic and lacked the gritty and raw energy that the film required.

Betty Hall

The Les Affranchis soundtrack perfectly captures the gritty and intense atmosphere of the mob lifestyle portrayed in the film Goodfellas. The use of classic tracks from the 1960s and 70s adds an authentic touch to the storytelling, enhancing the viewer's immersion in that era.

Nancy Walker

The soundtrack effectively complements the fast-paced and adrenaline-filled scenes of heists and criminal activities in the movie. The choice of music helps build tension and excitement, creating a sense of urgency that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats throughout the film.

Emily Lopez

The musical choices in Les affranchis are spot-on, creating a dynamic and engaging listening experience that complements the fast-paced and suspenseful nature of the film.

Andrew Baker

The soundtrack showcases a diverse range of musical styles, from energetic rock anthems to soulful ballads, providing a rich tapestry of sounds that enhance the overall viewing experience.

Nancy Davis

The use of classic rock and pop songs from the 60's and 70's in the soundtrack adds a nostalgic and authentic touch to the storytelling, making the audience feel transported to that era.

Ashley Young

The soundtrack of Les affranchis perfectly captures the gritty and intense atmosphere of the mob lifestyle portrayed in the film. Each track enhances the scenes and adds depth to the characters' emotions.

Amanda Hill

Overall, the soundtrack of Les affranchis missed the opportunity to elevate the storytelling and immerse the audience fully into the world of the characters. It was a disappointing aspect of an otherwise well-crafted film.

Brian Hall

The iconic songs featured in the soundtrack, such as Layla by Derek and the Dominos, Sunshine of Your Love by Cream, and Jump Into the Fire by Harry Nilsson, not only enhance the overall mood of the film but also serve as a nostalgic nod to the time period in which the story is set. These tracks become an integral part of the viewing experience, leaving a lasting impression on the audience.