songs

Songs about Maione:

songsI've Got You Under My Skin (feat. Gia Maione) by Louis Prima from the Album The New Sounds of the Louis Prima Band

songsIl silenzio (feat. Pasqualino Maione) by Doppia B from the Album Il croupier

songsLe foto di Davide Maione by Hofame from the Album O barche che bramate la tempesta, come questo porto รจ tranquillo

songsMr Tie (Waltek & Tony Maione Aka Amp Dub Mix) by Mind Trips from the Album Mr Tie Remixes

songsMr Tie (Waltek & Tony Maione Aka Amp Instrumental Mix) by Mind Trips from the Album Mr Tie Remixes

songsMr Tie (Waltek & Tony Maione Aka Amp Main Mix) by Mind Trips from the Album Mr Tie Remixes

songsMr Tie (Waltek & Tony Maione Aka Amp Main Mix) by Mind Trips from the Album Luca Ricci Presents Aenaria Recordings WMC 2010 Vol 1

books

Books about Maione:

booksMAIONE: Webster's Timeline History, 1703 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 14, 2010)

booksPAOLO MAIONE by Paolo Maione (2004)

booksPrincess Bess Gets Dressed [Hardcover] [2009] (Author) Margery Cuyler, Heather Maione (2009)

booksThe Cats in the Doll Shop [Hardcover] [2011] (Author) Yona Zeldis McDonough, Heather Maione (2011)

booksMCSE Windows 2000 Server Training Guide (2nd, 03) by Maione, Dennis [Paperback (2002)] by Dennis Maione (2002)

booksYona Zeldis McDonough,Heather Maione'sThe Cats in the Doll Shop [Hardcover]2011 by Yona Zeldis McDonough (Author)Heather Maione (Illustrator) (2011)

booksMCSE Training Guide (70-244) - Supporting & Maintaining a Windows NT Server 40 Network (02) by Cooper, Jim - Maione... by Dennis Maione and Cooper (2001)

wiki

Wiki information Maione:

Gia Maione
Singer, Person, Musical Artist, Deceased Person

Gia Maione Prima was an American singer and wife of singer Louis Prima. Born in Roebling, New Jersey, Maione was a 1959 graduate of Toms River High School. She first gained notice in 1962, when she was signed to sing lead female vocals for Prima and...

Harry Maione
Man, Person, Deceased Person

Harry "Happy" Maione was a New York mobster who served as a hitman for Murder, Inc. during the 1930s. Maione was called "Happy" because his face displayed an eternal scowl.