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✨✧ Dean MartinRemember Me I'm The One Who Loves You ... LP
Reprise, 1965. Sealed ... $8.99
Dino starts to experiment with the sort of 60s hobo/tramp/loser country songs that always worked perfectly with his alcoholic style. Titles include "King Of The Road", "My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You", "Bumming Around", "Birds & The Bees", "Born To Lose", and "Welcome To My World". LP, Vinyl record album
(Sealed 60s mono pressing! Cover has a small cutout hole in one corner.)

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✨✧ Dean MartinEverybody Loves Somebody ... LP
Reprise, Mid 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of Dean's biggest hits – "Everybody Loves Somebody" – on an album with other great ones that include "Shutters & Boards", "Siesta Fiesta", "My Heart Cries For You", "From Lover To Lover", and "Just Close Your Eyes". LP, Vinyl record album
(Sealed 60s pressing!)

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✨✧ Dean MartinFrench Style ... LP
Reprise, Early 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A nice one from Dino's early years at Reprise! French Style has Dean working with jazzy Neal Hefti arrangements – and singing the kind of postwar tunes that always evoked at bit of Paris, but which were mostly English language numbers – titles like "Gigi", "I Love Paris", "Mimi", "Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup", "The Last Time I Saw Paris", and "Mam'selle". Despite the gimmick, the album comes off surprisingly well thanks to Dino's sublime vocal work! LP, Vinyl record album
(Tri-color stereo pressing.)

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✨✧ Dean MartinSleep Warm ... LP
Capitol, 1960. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
With orchestra conducted by Frank Sinatra. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear.)

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✨✧ Dean MartinThis Time I'm Swingin! ... LP
Capitol, Late 50s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of Dean's best records ever – a swinging batch of jazzy tunes recorded with the orchestra of Nelson Riddle! The feel here is quite different than Riddle's work with Frank Sinatra – a bit less punch in the vocals, as you'd expect from Dean's style of singing – but very strong, and a lot less flowery than some of Martin's other sides. Titles include "True Love", "Someday", "Mean To Me", "Heaven Can Wait", "Just In Time", and "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone". LP, Vinyl record album
(Rainbow label pressing.)
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Bobby DarinLove Swings ... LP
Atco, 1961. Very Good+ ... $11.99
One of the greatest Bobby Darin albums ever! Gone are all the gimmicks of some of his teen records, and in their place is a solid, serious approach to jazz vocals that has Darin standing tall with the likes of Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. Honest, this is one of our favorite vocal albums from the time – and Darin glides effortlessly over arrangements by Torrie Zito, sort of in the way that Mel Torme could when he was at his best. Titles include "How About You", "No Greater Love", "Long Ago & Far Away", "I Didn't Know What Time It Was", and "In Love In Vain". A real treasure – and one that we've loved for years! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Sammy Davis, Jr.That's All! ... LP
Reprise, 1966. Sealed 2LP Gatefold ... $14.99
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
(Sealed 60s pressing! Cover has a small cutout hole.)

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✨✧ Lee HazlewoodHouston ... LP
Harmony, Late 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Album released to cash in on Dean Martin's version of the Hazelwood hit, but also to highlight the great Arizona/LA production sound that made Hazelwood's sixties work so fantastic. More "country" than most of his stuff, but still with his great deep voice, and gorgeous spare production. Beautiful stuff, and one of our favorite ever artists! Cuts include "Hutchinson Jail", "By the Way", "A Real Live Fool", and "Four Kinds Of Lonely". Most of this stuff was issued previously under the title Friday's Child. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has waviness, staining and peeling along the spine from moisture.)

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✨✧ Frank SinatraFrank Sinatra Conducts Tone Poems Of Color ... CD
Capitol, Late 50s. Used ... Out Of Stock
An incredible oddity in the Sinatra catalog at Capitol – one of the few albums that actually features him as an orchestra conductor, not a singer. Others we can recall with Frank in this mode are Capitol albums by Peggy Lee and Dean Martin – but Tone Poems is unique, a real "concept" album that has Sinatra working through color-based tunes ("Yellow", "Green", "Red", "Silver", and so on), written by some of the top arrangers of his years, including Nelson Riddle, Billy May, Gordon Jenkins, Andre Previn, and Alec Wilder. The overall approach is more serious and less hokey than you'd expect – and while we certainly miss Frank's vocals, the scope of the album also shows his rich growth as an artist during the Capitol years. CD

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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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