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✨✧ Dean MartinEverybody Loves Somebody – The Reprise Years (1962 to 1966) (6CDs, 1DVD, plus Book!) ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Mid 60s. Used 6CDs/DVD ... $119.99
Dean Martin on Reprise – what a wonderful thing! In 1962, Dino made the shift from Capitol Records to a label owned by his buddy Frank Sinatra – the newly-formed Reprise Records, a specialty imprint that Sinatra formed in order to give himself, and his friends, new musical freedoms. At the label, Dean recorded in a number of different styles that were some of the first to approximate the range of modes that he'd been using in his film and TV appearances – pop, jazz, romantic, and most important of all, country western – a mode that would soon become Dino's chosen style in the latter part of the decade. The set's a fantastic dip into the first half of Dean's years at Reprise – featuring work from a wealth of different albums, singles, and soundtracks – plus radio snippets, promo clips, and other rarities that take the set way past the official LP releases of the time. Plus, the set comes with a 20-track DVD – featuring English language trailers from Dean's 60s films. And if that's not enough, the whole thing's packaged with a super-huge 12" by 12" booklet, hardcover, and filled with beautiful color pages that have images of Dean live, in films, in the studio, on movie posters, sheet music, and much more. The book contains an essay by Ryan Null on Dino – and the whole package is incredibly beautiful, and a must-have for any fan of Dean Martin! CD

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✨✧ Dean MartinMemories Are Made Of This – The Capitol Years Part 1 (8 CD Box Set) ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Late 40s/Early 50s. Used 8CDs & Book ... $99.99
Rare work by Dean Martin – a wealth of early singles, soundtrack tunes, and other tracks that have never been reissued before – all wrapped up in an incredibly lovely 8CD box set that comes with a LP-sized hardcover book filled with color images, notes on the music, and loads of fantastic photos! The set features early material that Dean recorded for the Diamond label starting in 1946, then moves into his Apollo recordings, and finally hits the bulk of the sides – which are for Capitol Records, from 1949 to 1956. But not only that, 2 of the CDs in the set features material from Dean's films – including many with Jerry Lewis – numbers that have never been reissued from movies that include The Stooge, My Friend Irma, At War With The Army, The Caddy, Money From Home, You're Never Too Young, Scared Stiff, and lots more. The set is incredible – with far more songs than we could ever hope to mention here, and enough material to keep you digging into Dino's career for years and years and years! CD
(Out of print. Box has some light wear, but this is a great copy overall!)

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Dean MartinReturn To Me – The Capitol Years Part 2 (8CD set) ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. Used 8CDs ... $109.99
A fantastic package of work that spans all of Dean's later years at Capitol Records – a time when he was really hitting his creative stride, breaking up with Jerry Lewis, and emerging as a multi-talented performer through his countless live appearances, film work, and other notable contributions to late 50s popular culture. All of this is documented brilliantly in the set's beautiful booklet – a 12" hardcover book with biographical information, an essay, discographical notes, and countless photos and images of Dean in his prime! Dean Martin has been woefully overlooked on the reissue market over the years, which makes this set even fresher than you might think – as it includes a huge amount of stuff that's never been reissued before, including tunes from radio shows, and film soundtracks like Ocean's Eleven, Pardners, Hollywood Or Bust, Ten Thousand Bedrooms, and The Young Lions. We totally love this one – and although we've been Dino fanatics for years, opening this one up is like finding a vault full of rare work we've never heard before! CD

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✨✧ Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, & OthersRobin & The 7 Hoods ... LP
Reprise, 1964. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Just about the only album the Rat Pack ever did together, and the soundtrack to the goofy mob spoof that starred Sinatra, Dino, Bing, Sammy, and Peter Falk. The movie stinks – which you'll know if you've ever seen it – but the score has some very nice moments, including "Mister Booze" with Bing, Dean, Sammy, and Frank; "Style" with Bing, Frank, and Dean; and "Don't Be A Do-Badder", with just about the whole group singing. Peter Falk even sings one track, and Sinatra does his famous "My Kind Of Town". Nelson Riddle arrangements throughout! (Soundtracks, Vocalists) LP, Vinyl record album
(Japanese pressing with insert.)

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✨✧ Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr.Rat Pack – Live At The Sands ... CD
Capitol, 1963. Used ... Out Of Stock
If you've ever loved these guys on record – you'll love them live! This set is brilliant – a perfect example of the way that Frank, Dean, & Sammy could interact together – singing, joking, talking, and effortlessly moving through a range of material in ways that are simply mindblowing when compared to the weak-ass kind of performance that passes for "entertainment" today! The set's got a separate batch of tracks each from Frank, Dean, and Sam – plus routines done by the singers in duo or trio format. Titles include "Via Veneto", "Please Be Kind", "Ring A Ding Ding", "The Lady Is A Tramp", "All The Way", "Guys & Dolls", and lots of tunes done in medley form, with jokes and new lyrics added in! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Dean MartinCha Cha de Amor ... LP
Capitol, Early 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Dean Martin does a batch of Latiny material, with cha cha cha orchestrations by Nelson Riddle. Not straight Latin stuff, but a very different take on Dino's style, and a cool way to hear him sing – even if it's not the right side of the Atlantic. A dozen tracks in all, including "Somebody Loves You", "I Wish You Love", "A Hundred Years From Today", "I Love You Much Too Much" and "Amor". (Now Sound, Vocalists) LP, Vinyl record album
(Rainbow label mono pressing.)
 
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✨✧ Sammy Davis JrSammy Davis Jr Sings The Big Ones For Young Lovers ... CD
Collectors Choice/Reprise, 1964. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A near-lost album from Sammy's years at Reprise – and an album that's got that nice bouncey style that the label was using with Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra in the 60s! A lot of the thanks goes to producer Sonny Burke, who inflects Sammy's vocals with a punched-up set of rhythms that makes even the most familiar numbers come out groovy – a factor that Sam's certainly aware of, as he reaches to the top with that "yeah, man" style that helps to completely transform some of the tunes. Titles include great versions of "The Days Of Wine & Roses", "Not For Me", "I Wanna Be Around", "It's All In The Game", "Fools Rush In", and "Choose". CD
(Barcode has a cutout hole. Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousUltra Lounge Vol 5 – Wild Cool & Swingin ... CD
Capitol, Late 50s/1960s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A vocal-heavy entry in the Ultra Lounge catalog – and one that follows the spirit of the single-artist titles in the Wild Cool & Swinging series from Capitol! The set's pretty darn upbeat – never too wild, nor too cool, and almost always swinging – and the tracks are mostly great bits from that late 50s/early 60s point when jazz vocals were grooving things up a bit more – shaking off some of the more romantic modes of previous years, and really packing a punch for the growing Vegas generation! Titles include "Fever" by Peggy Lee, "More" by Bobby Darin, "Dig That Crazy Chick" by Sam Butera, "Ain't That A Kick In The Head" by Dean Martin, "Closer To The Bone" by Louis Prima, "Nobody But Me" by Lou Rawls, "Little Girl" by Vic Damone, "LOVE" by Nat King Cole, "Hello Dolly" by Bobby Darin, "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To" by Julie London, and "Danke Shoen" by Wayne Newton. (Now Sound, Vocalists) CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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