Written-By – E. Maresca*
Written-By – B. L. Jones*, W. Young*
|LR 3115||Dion||The Majestic / The Wanderer (7", Single, Styrene, Ind)||Laurie Records||LR 3115||US||1961|
|3115||Dion||The Majestic / The Wanderer (7", Single)||Laurie Records||3115||US||1961|
|V. 45-905||Dion||The Wanderer / The Majestic (7")||Vogue Productions||V. 45-905||France||1961|
|3115||Dion||The Wanderer / The Majestic (7", Single)||Laurie Records||3115||US||1961|
|3115||Dion||The Wanderer / The Majestic (7", Promo)||Laurie Records||3115||US||1961|
The Wanderer" is a song written by Ernie Maresca and originally recorded by Dion. The song, with a 12-bar blues-base verse and an eight-bar bridge, tells the story of a travelling man and his many loves. The song is ranked number 243 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Maresca had co-written Dion's previous number-one hit, "Runaround Sue", but originally intended "The Wanderer" to be recorded by another group, Nino and the Ebb Tides.
Produced by Gene Schwartz. Album Runaround Sue. The Wanderer Lyrics. Oh well, I'm the type of guy who will never settle down Where pretty girls are, well you know that I'm around I kiss 'em and I love 'em cause to me they're all the same I hug 'em and I squeeze 'em; they don't even know my name. They call me the wanderer Yeah, the wanderer I roam around, around, around. Oh well, there's Flo on my left arm and there's Mary on my right And Janie is the girl well that I’ll be with tonight And when.
Features Song Lyrics for Dion & The Belmonts's The Wanderer album. 8. The Majestic Lyrics. 9. Runaround Sue Lyrics. A Teenager in Love Lyrics. 17.
The Wanderer, The Majestic Album Cover Art. Dion. Cover Art. Tracklist. 7" Vinyl 1. 1 The Wanderer.
Dion - In The Still Of The Night 02:48. Dion - Somebody Nobody Wants 02:46. Dion - My One And Only Love 03:25. Dion - North East End Of The Corner 02:35. Dion - One For My Baby 03:42. Dion - Fools Rush In 02:49.
He released the first MAJESTIC album "Descension" in 2007. He followed this up with "String Theory" in 2008, bringing in a guest vocalist on one track and a guest flautist on another. It stands to reason that this is the highest rated Majestic album to date, a massive success in terms of heavy neo-prog but honestly, Majestic is a cinema show on its own standing, utterly deserving of the highest accolades and most exuberant applause. The second album of Majestic aka Jeff Hamel was released in 2008, just a few months after ''Descension''. The material of this work was again written a few years back, but -unlike Majestic's debut- this one was released on Andromeda Recordings, following a commitment of the artist to the label.