Songs from Movies

A Bronx Tale (1993)

Set in the Bronx during the tumultuous 1960s, an adolescent boy is torn between his honest, working-class father and a violent yet charismatic crime boss. Complicating matters is the youngster's growing attraction - forbidden in his neighborhood - for a beautiful black girl.

The movie A Bronx Tale, released in 1993, features 41 songs from artists like The Kinks, The Beatles, The Flamingos and The Rascals. What is your favorite song from A Bronx Tale?

 

Songs from A Bronx Tale

You Really Got Me
The Kinks
Come Together
The Beatles
I Only Have Eyes for You
The Flamingos
A Beautiful Morning
The Rascals
I Wonder Why
Dion DiMucci and The Belmonts
Ain't That a Kick in the Head
Dean Martin
It's a Man's Man's Man's World
James Brown & The Famous Flames
Baby I Need Your Loving
The Four Tops
That's Life
Frank Sinatra
All Along the Watchtower
Jimi Hendrix Expierience
Don't You Just Know It
Huey P. Smith (as Huey "Piano" Smith) & The Clowns
Streets of the Bronx
Cool Change
Little Girl Of Mine
The Cleftones
Don't You Know
Della Reese
For Your Precious Love
Jerry Butler & The Impressions
Father And Son
Cool Change
Tell It Like It Is
Aaron Neville
Bustalk
Bobby Watson
Ninety-Nine And A Half
Wilson Pickett
Ten Commandments Of Love
Harvey & The Moonglows
Nights In White Satin
The Moody Blues
Regrets
Butch Barbella
I'm So Proud
The Impressions
Cristo Redentor
Donald Byrd
Streets Of The Bronx
Bells And String Orchestra
I Only Have Eyes For You
The Complexions
I Only Have Eyes For You
Gerry Niewood
Same Old Song and Dance
Frank Sinatra
Flamenco Sketches
Miles Davis
Ruby
Adam Wade
Sole Malato
Domenico Modugno
I Need Your Loving
Don Gardner and Dee Dee Ford
Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won't Do)
Wilson Pickett
When Joanna Loved Me
Tony Bennett
Say It (Over and Over Again)
John Coltrane
To Be With You
Joe Cuba Sextette
Cleo's Mood
Jr. Walker & The All Stars
Hawg for You
Otis Redding
Strange Brew
Cream
Cristo Redento
Donald Byrd
Ave Maria
the Daughters of St. Paul, Boston MA

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