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Title: The Larry Mondello Band's Greatest Hits
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Larry Mondello is a fictional character from the iconic American television series Leave It to Beaver (1957–1963). He is portrayed by child actor Robert "Rusty" Stevens. Larry Mondello appears in 68 of the show's 234 episodes over the first few seasons. Although Larry is mentioned in the premiere episode, "Beaver Gets 'Spelled", it isn't until the eighth episode, "Beaver's Crush", that he actually makes an appearance.
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by the Canadian-American rock group The Band. The album was released in conjunction with remastered versions of the group's first four albums. It draws very heavily from these records, with thirteen of the eighteen tracks selected from Music from Big Pink, The Band, Stage Fright and Cahoots. All tracks composed by Robbie Robertson unless otherwise noted. John Simon - producer (tracks 1-8). The Band - producers (tracks 9-18).
Singer: The Larry Mondello Band. Album's title: The Larry Mondello Band's Greatest Hits.
Lawrence Steven Mondello was born on Christmas Day. From the start, he was a happy baby. He had two older siblings, a brother Frank, age ten and a sister Debbie, age seven. His parents were named Robert and Lorraine. They called the brown haired, blue eyed baby Larry. When Larry started school, he met another little boy that was going to be his best friend for more than six years. The boy was named Theodore James Cleaver. When Larry was eight years old, his brother Frank married his childhood sweetheart Nancy, Larry got bored during the long wedding and reception.
But conniving Larry has spent all of his allowance too and, sneaking money from his mother's sewing basket, throws it out the window and arranges to have Beaver "find" i. Beaver isn't worried that he doesn't have any money to spend at the carnival after his best friend Larry Mondello promises to pay the way. But conniving Larry has spent all of his allowance too and, sneaking money from his mother's sewing basket, throws it out the window and arranges to have Beaver "find" it. Written by shepherd1138.
On the band’s 1980 album The Game there was not only Save Me but another power ballad – this sort-of-title track, written by Mercury. The video is notable for the band close-ups in the chorus, when May, Mercury and Roger Taylor are singing play the game, but John Deacon is not. Maybe Deaky just didn’t like playing games. The oldest track on Queen’s Greatest Hits originally appeared on the band’s self-titled debut album in 1973, as an instrumental, and again on 1974’s Queen II as a fully formed song. As a single it was not a hit, but it’s one of the definitive early Queen songs. 11. You’re My Best Friend. In the 80s John Deacon wrote the huge hits Another One Bites The Dust and I Want To Break Free, but You’re My Best Friend was his first song that was released as a single, in 1976.
Stories By. Bob Mondello.
Mogwai weren't the first rock band to stack up thick, hypnotic layers of ambient drone, thread in some raw cellos and violins, maximize the rushing crescendo, and then proudly brand the result "post-rock. But they are, inarguably, some of the most successful noodlers their field has seen. While Mogwai's output may be perpetually swelling, it's hardly facile: Young Team, the band's stunning 1997 debut, pulled together unexpected bits of found sound, carefully tinkered piano, and plenty of now-trademark crashing guitars, each lulling wave of sound eventually punctuated by an explosion of feedback or jarring soft-loud shift. Even in the blacklit genre of trip-hop, nothing hit the low register like the pulses of the brooding "Angel" or the choked-out, smoked-out vocals on "Risingson".
|A1||Six Is Ten|
|A2||Bug Up My Ass|
|B5||Hair Of The Dog|
|B8||Come On Grandma|