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Dean MartinDean Martin Hits Again ... LP
Reprise, 1965. Very Good+ ... $6.99
What can we say? We're unabashed Dean Martin fans – and this album is a perfect example of why! The record comes from that magic year of 1965 – a time when Dean's solo career was reaching untold new heights, as his TV show was beginning its very successful run, and Dean's frequent work both on the stage, screen, and studios was really showing in his confident and capable delivery of just about any kind of tune! The material on here is heavily styled around his boozified country work – and includes some killer numbers, like "Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On" and Dino's cover of Lee Hazelwood's "Send Me Some Lovin" – not to mention Dean's incredible hit version of "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You"! LP, Vinyl record album
(Original mono pressing. Cover has some wear. Labels have a name in pen.)

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Dean MartinDean Martin's Greatest Hits Vol 2 ... LP
Reprise, 1960s. Sealed ... $4.99
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Dean MartinDream With Dean (2014 Record Store Day Release) (180 gram vinyl) ... LP
Reprise/Legacy, 1964. New Copy ... $19.99 24.98
Easy to dream with Dean Martin with the record's this mellow – a great late night session that really shows Dino sparkling on a set of laidback ballads and love tunes! The style's a great reminder that Martin could be as good of a ballad singer as he was an upbeat jokester and hipster – a quality that didn't always some through as strongly in his Rat Pack years. Backing is by a cool jazz combo – with Barney Kessel on guitar, Ken Lane on piano, Red Mitchell on bass, and Irv Cottler on drums – and titles include "I'll Buy That Dream", "I'm Confessin", "Blue Moon", "I Don't Know Why", "Hands Across The Table", "Smile", and the original recording of "Everybody Loves Somebody". LP, Vinyl record album

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Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin & Sammy Davis JrAt Villa Venice, Chicago – Live 1962 Vol 2 ... CD
Jazz Hour, 1962. Used ... $6.99
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(Out of print.)

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New Dean MartinMy Woman, My Woman, My Wife ... LP
Reprise, 1970. Used ... Out Of Stock
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Sammy Davis, Jr.That's All! ... LP
Reprise, 1966. Very Good 2LP Gatefold ... $3.99
The greatest entertainer ever? We think so – and this 2LP set offers Sammy D in the best possible way to get him: live, and in the very familiar turf of the Sands Hotel. This live album, and it's counterpart (At The Cocoanut Grove, also on Reprise) are, in our opinion, Sammy's best recordings – because they feature him ripping through a bunch of material, doing lots of great impressions and medleys, and really swinging with a tight little combo led by Michael Silva, the drummer. The groove is really jazzy – way jazzier than on some of Sammy's studio LPs from the time – and he runs through a range of material from pop tunes to standards, done in a style that's far different than you'd expect for the titles. The vocals are tight, heartfelt, but also given a professional little finesse that really makes them sparkle. Titles include "Ain't I", "Another Spring", "On A Clear Day", "As Long As She Needs Me", "Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home", "The Lady Is A Tramp", and 2 fantastic medleys with lots of jazzy songs. Heck, Dean Martin never got a chance to cut a double live album – and Frank really ever did one – so given that Sammy got a chance to do two of them, you've gotta figure the format really worked for him! This is the real Mr. Entertainment, and you owe it to yourself to hear him as he really was. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original mono pressing. Cover has some ring & edge wear, a bit of aging inside the gatefold, and some splitting on the top seams.)

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Robert MitchumThat Man ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Late 60s. Used ... $9.99
A wealth of tracks by Robert Mitchum! That's right, THE Robert Mitchum – actor who starred in a wealth of classic noir and action films, a consummate hipster who fancied himself to be quite a singer. In the late 50s, Mitchum focused most of his talents on calypso music – already reissued on the Calypso Is Like So album, and included here with a set of more obscure numbers from the late 60s, country and western tunes recorded in Nashville, mostly during the spring of 1967. Mitchum's easy-going style actually works quite well on the tunes – drawling along with a boozy finish that's somewhere in the same territory as Dean Martin's country work, but a bit rougher. Bob's not the greatest singer in the world, but overall, his presentation of the material is quite enjoyable – and proof that he's one of the most compelling figures to ever grace the silver screen. Titles include "Not Me", "Sunny", "Ballad of Thunder Road", "Coconut Water", "They Dance All Night", "In My Place", "That Man Right There", "Walker's Woods", "Little Ole Wine Drinker Me", "Mama Looka Boo Boo", "Beauty Is Only Skin Deep", "You Deserve Each Other", and "Ricardo's Mountain". CD

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New Lee HazlewoodFriday's Child (aka Houston) (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Reprise/1972, 1966. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The wit and wisdom of Lee Hazlewood – served up here on one of his stunning sessions for Reprise Records from the 60s! Lee's music really finds its own space on this set – a mode that's neither rock nor country nor folk – but which definitely borrows all the best elements from those styles at the time – then cooks them up into its own sort of Hazlewood-esque blend – with Lee's special take on the world and those who inhabit it. The liner notes promise "different songs about different people who don't know the difference" – and although Lee's using a bit of twang here, to give the music a kind of homespun feel – the overall presentation is as biting and prescient as anything else coming from the LA scene of the time. Titles include "Friday's Child", "The Fool", "Four Kinds Of Lonely", "Sally Was A Good Old Girl", "Real Live Fool", "Since You're Gone", and his version of "Houston" – which became a big hit for Dean Martin. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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