The Wanderers - Run-Run Senorita album
Run Devil Run is the eleventh solo studio album by Paul McCartney, released in 1999. It features mostly covers of both familiar and obscure 1950s rock and roll songs, along with three original McCartney compositions written in the same style, including the title track. As his first project following first wife Linda's death in 1998, McCartney felt the need to get back to his roots and perform some of the music he loved as a teenager
Run Time: 112 minutes. Often regarded as an adult version of "Grease", "The Wanderers" has become something of a cult classic over the years. And rightly so. If you haven't already seen the movie - and it's rare you see it on television these days - it tells the tale of a bunch of teenagers growing up on the New York streets (circa 1963).
Redirected from The Wanderer). Wanderer, Wanderers, or The Wanderer may refer to: Itinerant people, who wander from place to place with no permanent home, or are vagrant. The Wanderer, an alternate name for the Wandering Jew. Wanderer butterflies, certain wide-ranging brush-footed butterflies: Bematistes aganice, a species of tropical Africa. Danaus plexippus (monarch), a species of the Americas. Pareronia, a genus of tropical Asia.
The Switchblade Kid - Run Run 03:29. Hauschka - Run Run 05:18. Crazy Baldhead - Run Run 04:22. John Roman Jackson - Run Run 02:22. Mellow Yellow And Young Ranks - Run Run 03:17. The Black Cadillacs - Run Run 03:39. Magic Bronson - Run Run 03:35. Корпорация интима - Run Run 06:15.
The Wanderers (1979). The Baldies, including Terror and Pee Wee, chase Joey and Turkey who must literally run for their lives. As Joey runs through the streets, he signals the Wanderers for help. Richie along with another Wanderer member, named Buddy (Jim Youngs), appear, but when they see the Baldies, they join Joey and Turkey in flight. Cornered by the Baldies in a back alleyway, the four Wanderers prepare to fight. Suddenly, a tough, confident stranger named Perry (Tony Ganios) appears and intimidates the Baldies. Perry all by himself beats up several of the brawler Baldies forcing them to retreat
Run Run Run" as written by Matthew Andes and Jay Ferguson. Run Run Run" as written by Lou Reed. Run Run Run song meanings.
|After He Breaks Your Heart|
|UP-1020||The Wanderers||Run-Run Senorita (7")||United Artists Records||UP-1020||UK||1963|
|UA 570||The Wanderers||Run-Run Senorita / After He Breaks Your Heart (7")||United Artists Records||UA 570||US||1963|
|UA 570||The Wanderers||Run-Run Senorita / After He Breaks Your Heart (7", Promo)||United Artists Records||UA 570||US||1963|