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Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr.Rat Pack – Boys Night Out ... CD
Capitol, Early 60s. Used ... $4.99
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Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, & OthersReprise Musical Repertory Theatre Sampler ... CD
Reprise, 1950s/1960s. Used ... $5.99
25 tracks in all! (Soundtracks, Vocalists) CD

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✨✧ Dean MartinDream With Dean ... LP
Reprise, 1964. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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
(Tri-color stereo steamboat pressing.)

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✨✧ Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, & Sammy Davis JrLive & Swingin – The Ultimate Rat Pack Collection (CD & DVD) ... CD
Reprise, 1962/1965. Used CD & DVD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A dream come true for fans of Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr – a combination pack that features the best recorded live concert by the trio, plus a DVD from the same period! Disc one is a CD that contains the notorious Villa Venice show from 1962 – an unbridled live set that has Frank, Dean, and Sammy all singing separately – then coming together for some tremendous numbers that are dark, irreverent, and at times, incredibly racist – showing the real side of the trio that never came to light on any of their studio recordings. Sammy's an incredible entertainer, Dean a tremendously funny singer, and Sinatra comes off like an out and out thug – and honestly, the recording is one of the most important documents of the Rat Pack. Added to the set is a bonus DVD featuring a 1965 concert in St Louis – one that's MC'ed by Johnny Carson, and is a bit cleaner overall – but still pretty darn entertaining, with a fair bit of blue and offbeat numbers. This is the real deal – the singers the way the audiences at the time really understood them – and the package is a much-needed look at a lost side of genius in the 60s! 48 numbers in all – and the first time this material has appeared with the approval of the Sinatra estate! CD
(DVD is NTSC coded. Out of print. Includes slipcase.)
 
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VariousMusic To Watch Girls By ... CD
Columbia (UK), 1960s. Used 2 CDs ... $6.99
Wonderful 60s pop! This set was a groundbreaking hit in the UK – and it compiles 38 very groovy tunes pulled from the catalog of Sony/Columbia's easy listening vaults from the 60s, plus a pretty strong handful from other major labels at the same time. Both labels are filled to the brim with great tunes – and the set's a stunning batch of tracks you'll more than recognize, all nicely sorted out with a good level of variety, and some very excellent packaging! Titles include "The Good Life" by Tony Bennett, "That's Amore" by Dean Martin, "Swingin Safari" by Bert Kaempfert, "Move Over Darling" by Doris Day, "Sugar Town" by Nancy Sinatra, "Almost Like Being In Love" by Vic Damone, "Beyond The Sea" by Bobby Darin, "Moon River" by Danny Williams, "The Lady Is A Tramp" by Buddy Greco, "She" by Peter Skellern, "Blue Velvet" by Bobby Vinton, "Spanish Eyes" by Al Martino, "Joanna" by Scott Walker, and "Valley Of The Dolls" by Dionne Warwick. Also includes Andy Williams' great version of "Music To Watch Girls By"! CD
 
 
 



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