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RELEASED October 4th, 2005
MARTIN re-released onto CD
Each CD has
ADDED "BONUS" tracks!! ... the TOWER albums are 'double'.
"bonus" tracks are listed here
songs on ALL CDs, click on "SONG LIST" in each Description.
Dean Martin Sings
First released as a 10" LP in 1953, and as a
12" two years later, Dino’s debut longplayer for Capitol featured
seven songs from his hit film collaboration with Jerry Lewis, The
Stooge, and was recorded in two sessions on a single day (they just
don’t make ’em like they used to)!
Bonus tracks 'Blue Smoke; Johnny
Get Your Girl; As You Are', and the B-side to 'That’s Amore',
'You’re the Right One'.
$13.95 Catalog #: 0598 CLICK
HERE FOR SONG LIST
Swingin' Down Yonder
Dean followed the lead of his best buddy and now-label
mate Frank Sinatra in recording this, his first “concept” album, but
where Frank drew from the Great American Songbook, Dino’s approach was
typically more lighthearted, drawing from classic Dixieland tunes to
fashion this 1955 romp. That easygoing drawl was perfect for these tunes.
Bonus tracks include two from 1949, 'Three
Wishes' and 'Have a Little Sympathy', and two from 1954, 'I’d Gladly
Make the Same Mistake Again' and 'Under the Bridges of Paris'.
$13.95 Catalog #: 0599
HERE FOR SONG LIST
When Dean went in the studio in January of 1957 to
record his third album for Capitol, the pressure was really on: he had
just broken off his phenomenally successful partnership with Jerry
Lewis, who had gone on to record a hit album of his own for Decca. So,
Dino, always deemed by the critics the less talented of the duo, really,
'really' needed a breakthrough record. Sadly, it was not to be, but
'Pretty Baby' proved to be perhaps the finest of his Capitol releases,
with some of the best singing he ever did
tracks 'Beau James; The Lady with the Big Umbrella', and two rare songs
from Martin-Lewis films, 'Me ’N You ’N the Moon' and 'I Know Your
Mother Loves You'.
Catalog #: 0600
CLICK HERE FOR SONG LIST
Is Dean Martin
1958 was a very good year for Dino, the year that he fully rebounded
from his split with Jerry Lewis, with critically heralded TV and film
appearances ('The Young Lions' and 'Some Came Running') and three Top 40
hits to his credit. All three of those Top 40 hits were on this record,
which, like 'This Is Frank Sinatra', was issued as part of Capitol’s
“Star Line” series of compilations of non-LP singles. So, every
track on here is a strong one, and some became calling cards for the
rest of Dean’s recording career;
tracks are all singles making their album debuts here: 'Forgetting You;
Outa My Mind; Once upon a Time', and 'The Magician'
$13.95 Catalog #: 0601
'Sleep Warm' was the record that Frank Sinatra conducted for his
newfound pally Dean Martin. Recorded over just three nights in October
of 1958, it was Dino's first stereo release and remains a fan favorite,
thanks both to Sinatra's sensitive baton work and Martin'
uncharacteristically understated singing.
tracks–all of which appear here for the first time on
album–'Zing-A-Zing-A Boom; Humdinger; Sailor's Polka', and 'Baby Obey
$13.95 Catalog #: 0602
Fresh from starring as the town drunk–no typecasting here!–in 'Rio
Bravo', Dean was at the height of his popularity when he entered the
Capitol studios in the summer of 1959 to record his first
Christmas-themed album for the label. But it wasn't quite a Christmas
album; though 'White Christmas' and 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer'
show up here, most of the record is given over to songs more suitable
for snuggling in the snow. Even the cover showing Dino eyeing two snow
bunnies served notice that this was not your father's holiday
album...and, as such, this one goes down smooth all year long.
tracks: 1951's 'Meanderin'' and 'Go Go Go Go', and 1960's 'Sogni D'Oro'
and 'Buttercup of Golden Hair'. !
$13.95 Catalog #: 0603
Time I'm Swingin'
Fresh (?) from his paint-the-town-red stay in Las Vegas during the
filming of 'Oceans 11' with the Rat Pack, Dino plunged into his most
ambitious album to date with 1960’s 'This Time I’m Swingin’',
which enlisted the considerable talents of arranger Nelson Riddle to
craft a big band standards album on a par with what Nelson had achieved
for Dean’s pal Frank Sinatra.
of four of Dean’s earliest and rarest singles to this vocal classic:
'My One, My Only, My All; Choo ‘N’ Gum; You and Your Beautiful
Eyes', and 'Bonne Nuit'.
$13.95 Catalog #: 0604
Italian Love Songs
Dino had already left Capitol for Frank Sinatra’s
Reprise label by the time this album came out in February 1962, but it
proved to be the most successful album he recorded for Capitol. Why?
Simply put, nobody, but nobody, ever did Italian pop songs like Dean
Martin. The man had been singing these songs his entire life, and it
showed in the warmth, sensuality and immaculate phrasing he brought to
tracks 'Bella Bella Bambina; Belle from Barcelona; Guiggiola', and
$13.95 Catalog #: 0605
Cha De Amor
Dean Martin’s last recording for the Capitol label was this 1962
collection of pop standards done Afro-Cuban-Latin style, with Nelson
Riddle once again waving the baton and weaving his arranging magic.
tracks 'I Passed Your House Tonight; Wham! Bam! Thank You Ma’am; The
Peddler’s Serenade', and an earlier version of 'Vieni Su' than the one
that showed up on the 'Italian Love Songs' LP.
$13.95 Catalog #: 0606
Years & Relaxin'
(2 Albums on 1 CD)
1965 and 1966 albums blending ‘50s and ‘60s singles with some
hitherto unreleased tracks! Includes 'Love
Me My Love; Be an Angel; Off Again, On Again; Where Can I Go Without
You; Hear My Heart; I Never Had a Chance; Rio Bravo; (Love Is a) Career;
The Story of Life; It Takes So Long; Little Did We Know; Pennies from
Heaven; In Napoli; Chee Chee-o Chee; I Want You; Sparklin’ Eyes;
Cheatin’ on Me; Let Me Know; How Sweet It Is', and 'Who Was That
$13.95 Catalog #: 0607
In Love & Like Never Before
(2 Albums on 1 CD)
Every song–singles, EP tracks and an unreleased
side–on 'Happy in Love' had “love” in its title, while
'Like Never Before' was composed of all 1950-1954 singles. Includes
'Love Is All That Matters; I Love the Way You Say Goodnight; I’ll
Always Love You; You I Love; All I Have to Give You Is My Love; Until
You Love Someone; If I Should Love Again; Rue De Mon Amor; You Were Made
for Love; I’m Gonna Paper My Walls with Your Love Letters; I Ran All
the Way Home; What Could Be More Beautiful; Second Chance; There’s My
Lover; ‘Til I Find You; Never Before; Try Again; Beside You; That’s
What I Like', and 'One More Time'.
$13.95 Catalog #: 0608
Brother Pour The Wine
With Dino scoring hit album after hit album for the Reprise label,
Capitol released this 1964 collection of non-LP singles to capitalize on
his success, and with a mixture of chart hits and b-sides, it holds its
own against almost any of his other releases for the label.
Bonus tracks that highlight the great duets Dino sang for Capitol,
including 'You Was' with Peggy Lee; 'I’m in Love with You' with
Margaret Whiting; 'We Never Talk Much' with Helen O’Connell;
'Relax-Ay-Voo' with Line Renaud, and 'Ev’ry Street’s a Boulevard in
New York' with his most famous partner, Jerry Lewis!
$13.95 Catalog #: 0609
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