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Dean MartinBest Of Dean Martin ... LP
Capitol, 1960s. Very Good ... $3.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Light blue label pressing.)

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Dean MartinDino – The Essential Dean Martin ... CD
Capitol, 1950s/1960s. Used ... $3.99

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✨✧ Dean MartinCapitol Collector's Series ... CD
Capitol, 1950s/1960s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock

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✨✧ Dean MartinDean Martin Sings (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Capitol/Collectors Choice, 1953. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An early slice of Dean Martin's work for Capitol Records – with a lot of tracks originally issued as a 10" LP, some very unusual material from the soundtrack to the film The Stooge. There's plenty of numbers here that are way different than just Dino singing standards – titles that include "A Girl Named Mary & A Boy Named Bill", "Who's Your Little Who-zis", "Louise", "I Feel Just Like A Feather In The Breeze", and "With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming". But the original sessions are also expanded for a full LP – with more traditional 50s Martin material – like "When You're Smiling", "Oh Marie", "Come Back To Sorrento", and the legendary "That's Amore". CD also features 4 more bonus tracks from the same stretch – "As You Are", "Johnny Get Your Girl", "Blue Smoke", and "You're The Right One". CD

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✨✧ Dean MartinThis Is Dean Martin (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Capitol/Collectors Choice, 1958. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
(Out of print.)
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✨✧ Nat King ColeHavin Fun With Nat King Cole – Rare Duets ... LP
Capitol/Official (Denmark), Late 40s/Early 50s. Near Mint- ... $7.99
A rare slice of work from the early years of Nat King Cole – Capitol duets, with Dean Martin, Nellie Lutcher, The Four Knights, Johnny Mercer, and Maria Cole! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Sammy Davis JrSammy Davis Jr Show – With Surprise Guest Stars ... LP
Reprise, 1966. Near Mint- ... $4.99
A great one from Sammy Davis Jr – one of his most upbeat, bouncy albums for Reprise – and definitely done with the sort of energy that earns the set the "show" in the title! The album was released in conjunction with Sammy's TV show on NBC in the mid 60s – and it's filled with the kind of catchy, super-swinging tunes that made Davis a real standout of his generation – not just one hell of a singer from a technical perspective, but one who could also transform any sort of material into a very groovy tune! Not all the tracks are fresh for the recording – as a few seem to echo other Reprise projects – but together, the songs make the album one of Sammy's best from the label – and include some Rat Pack guest appearances from Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. Titles include "More Than One Way", "We Open In Venice", "Sam's Song", "This Dream", and "Feeling Good" – plus new recordings of "Hey There" and "What Kind Of Fool Am I". LP, Vinyl record album
(Tri-color stereo pressing. Cover has a cut corner.)

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✨✧ Sammy Davis JrAll-Star Spectacular ... CD
Collectors Choice/Reprise, 1962. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the strangest sides of Sammy Davis Jr's talents – his incredible ability to impersonate other singers and actors – a talent that served him well in his early stage days at the Apollo, and which he would bring out in later years, often to the great surprise of his audiences! This album is one of the few documents of Sammy's talents in this respect, and has him speaking and singing in uncanny renditions of older celebrities that include Jimmy Stewart, Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin, Nat King Cole, Ray Charles, Mel Torme, and many others. The best are the singers that were Sammy's contemporaries on the scene – and titles include "Be My Love", "Lulu's Back In Town", "I Married An Angel", "Falling In Love Again", "Deed I Do", and "That Lucky Old Sun". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Lee HazlewoodFriday's Child (aka Houston) (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Reprise/1972, 1966. New Copy (reissue)... 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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✨✧ Robert MitchumThat Man ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Late 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
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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