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Dean Martin

Enjoying great success in music, film, television, and the stage, Dean Martin was less an entertainer than an icon, the eternal essence of cool. A member of the legendary Rat Pack, he lived and died the high life of booze, broads and bright lights, always projecting a sense of utter detachment and serenity; along with Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr. and the other chosen few who breathed the same rarefied air, Martin -- highball and cigarette always firmly in hand -- embodied the glorious excess of a world long gone, a world without rules or consequences. Throughout it all, he remained just outside the radar of understanding, the most distant star in the firmament; as his biographer Nick Tosches once noted, Martin was what the Italians called a menefreghista -- "one who simply does not give a f***."

Dino Paul Crocetti was born on June 7, 1917 in Steubenville, Ohio; the son of an immigrant barber, he spoke only Italian until the age of five, and at school was the target of much ridicule for his broken English. He ultimately quit school at the age of 16, going to work in the steel mills; as a boxer named Kid Crochet, he also fought a handful of amateur bouts, and later delivered bootleg liquor. After landing a job as a croupier in a local speakeasy, he made his first connections with the underworld, bringing him into contact with club owners all over the Midwest; initially rechristening himself Dean Martini, he had a nose job and set out to become a crooner, modeling himself after his acknowledged idol, Bing Crosby. Hired by bandleader Sammy Watkins, he dropped the second "i" from his stage name and eventually enjoyed minor success on the New York club circuit, winning over audiences with his loose, mellow vocal style.

Despite his good looks and easygoing charm, Martin's early years as an entertainer were largely unsuccessful. In 1946 -- the year he issued his first single, "Which Way Did My Heart Go?" -- he first met another struggling performer, a comic named Jerry Lewis; later that year, while Lewis was playing Atlantic City's 500 Club, another act abruptly quit the show, and the comedian suggested Martin to fill the void. Initially, the two performed separately, but one night they threw out their routines and teamed on-stage, a Mutt-and-Jeff combo whose wildly improvisational comedy quickly made them a star attraction along the Boardwalk. Within months, Martin and Lewis' salaries rocketed from $350 to $5000 a week, and by the end of the 1940s they were the most popular comedy duo in the nation. In 1949, they made their film debut in My Friend Irma, and their supporting work proved so popular with audiences that their roles were significantly expanded for the sequel, the following year's My Friend Irma Goes West.

With 1951's At War with the Army, Martin and Lewis earned their first star billing. The picture established the basic formula of all of their subsequent movie work, with Martin the suave straight man forced to suffer the bizarre antics of the manic fool Lewis. Critics often loathed the duo, but audiences couldn't get enough -- in all, they headlined 13 comedies for Paramount, among them 1952's Jumping Jacks, 1953's Scared Stiff and 1955's Artists and Models, a superior effort directed by Frank Tashlin. For 1956's Hollywood or Bust, Tashlin was again in the director's seat, but the movie was the team's last; after Martin and Lewis' relationship soured to the point where they were no longer even speaking to one another, they announced their breakup following the conclusion of their July 25, 1956 performance at the Copacabana, which celebrated to the day the tenth anniversary of their first show.

While most onlookers predicted continued superstardom for Lewis, the general consensus was that Martin would falter as a solo act; after all, outside of the 1953 smash "That's Amore," his solo singing career had never quite hit its stride, and in light of the continued ascendancy of rock & roll, his future looked dim. After suffering a failure with Ten Thousand Bedrooms, Martin's next move was to appear in the 1958 drama The Young Lions, starring alongside Montgomery Clift and Marlon Brando; that same year he also hosted The Dean Martin Show, the first of his color specials for NBC television. Both projects were successful, as were his live appearances at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas; in particular, The Young Lions proved him a highly capable dramatic actor. Combined with another hit single, "Volare," Martin was everywhere that year, and with the continued success of his many TV specials, he effectively conquered movies, music, television and the stage all at the same time -- a claim no other entertainer, not even Sinatra, could make.

Even at the peak of his fame, however, Martin remained strangely contemptuous of stardom; for a man whose presence in the public eye was almost constant, he was utterly elusive, beyond the realm of mortal understanding. As his celebrity and power grew, he slipped even further away: in early 1959, his movie with Sinatra, Some Came Running, hit theaters, and with it came the dawning of the Rat Pack. Together, Sinatra and Martin -- in tandem with their acolytes Sammy Davis, Jr., Peter Lawford, Joey Bishop and Shirley MacLaine -- set new standards of celebrity hipsterdom, becoming avatars of the good life; flexing their muscle not only in show business but also in politics -- their ties to John F. Kennedy, Lawford's brother-in-law and an honorary Rat Packer code-named "Chicky Baby," are now legend -- they were the new American gods, and Las Vegas was their Mount Olympus.

Martin -- who continued to impress critics in films like the 1959 Howard Hawks classic Rio Bravo -- was Sinatra's right-hand man, the drunkest and most enigmatic member of the Rat Pack (so named in homage to the Holmby Hills Rat Pack, a bygone drinking circle that had once gathered around Humphrey Bogart); his allegiance to Sinatra was total, and Martin even left his longtime label Capitol to record for and financially back Sinatra's own Reprise imprint. In 1960, the Rat Pack starred in Ocean's Eleven, filming in Las Vegas during the day and then taking over the Sands each night; two years later, they reconvened for Sergeants 3. However, in late 1963 -- while filming the third Rat Pack opus, Robin and the Seven Hoods -- the news came that Kennedy had been assassinated; in effect, as America struggled to pick up the pieces, the Rat Pack's reign was over. With Vietnam and the civil rights movement looming on the horizon, there was no longer room for the boozy, happy-go-lucky lifestyle of before -- the fun was truly over.

Yet somehow Martin forged on; in 1964, at the peak of Beatlemania, he knocked the Fab Four out of the top spot on the charts with his single "Everybody Loves Somebody," and that same year starred in Billy Wilder's acrid Kiss Me, Stupid, a film which crystallized his persona as the lecherous but lovable lush. In 1965, after years of overtures from NBC, Martin finally agreed to host his own weekly variety series; The Dean Martin Show was an enormous hit, running for nine seasons before later spawning a number of hit Celebrity Roast specials during the 1970s. In films, he also remained successful, starring in a series of spy spoofs as secret agent Matt Helm. However, by the late '70s, Martin's health began to fail, and his career was primarily confined to casino club stages; in 1987, his son Dean Paul died in an airplane crash, a blow from which he never recovered. After bailing out of a 1988 reunion tour with Sinatra and Davis, Martin spent his final years in solitude; he died on Christmas Day, 1995. ~ Jason Ankeny
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Selected Discography


Track List: Ain't That A Kick In The Head (RJD2 Remix)

1. Ain't That A Kick In The Head (RJD2 Remix)


Track List: Dino Latino

1. (All En) El Rancho Grande

2. Manana

3. Tangerine

4. South of the Border

5. In a Little Spanish Town

6. What a Difference a Day Made

7. Magic Is the Moonlight

8. Always in My Heart

9. Besame Mucho

10. La Paloma


Track List: (Remember Me) I'm the One That Loves You

1. (Remember Me) I'm the One Who Loves You

2. King of the Road

3. Welcome to My World

4. My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You

5. Born to Lose

6. The Birds and the Bees

7. Walk on By

8. Red Roses for a Blue Lady

9. Take These Chains from My Heart

10. Here Comes My Baby

11. I Don't Think You Love Me Anymore

12. Bumming Around


Track List: Houston

1. Houston

2. The First Thing Ev'ry Morning (And the Last Thing Ev'ry Night)

3. Hammer and Nails

4. Little Lovely One

5. Love, Love, Love

6. Down Home

7. I Will

8. Snap Your Fingers

9. Everybody but Me

10. Old Yellow Line

11. Detour

12. You're the Reason I'm in Love


Track List: The Door Is Still Open to My Heart

1. The Door Is Still Open to My Heart

2. We'll Sing in the Sunshine

3. I'm Gonna Change Everything

4. The Middle of the Night Is My Cryin' Time

5. Every Minute, Every Hour

6. Clinging Vine

7. In the Misty Moonlight

8. Always Together

9. My Sugar's Gone

10. You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You

11. Take Me

12. So Long Baby


Track List: The Dean Martin TV Show

1. If I Had You

2. What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry

3. The One I Love (Belongs to Somebody Else)

4. S'posin'

5. It's the Talk of the Town

6. Baby, Won't You Please Come Home

7. I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face

8. Just Friends

9. The Things We Did Last Summer

10. Home


Track List: Welcome to My World

1. In the Chapel in the Moonlight

2. Release Me (And Let Me Love Again)

3. I Can't Help Remembering You

4. Turn to Me

5. Wallpaper Roses

6. Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me

7. The Green, Green Grass of Home

8. A Place in the Shade

9. Pride

10. Welcome to My World


Track List: Dream with Dean

1. I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)

2. Fools Rush In

3. I'll Buy That Dream

4. If You Were the Only Girl (In the World)

5. Blue Moon

6. Everybody Loves Somebody (Dream with Dean Version)

7. I Don't Know Why (I Just Do)

8. Gimme a Little Kiss, Will Ya, Huh?

9. Hands Across the Table

10. Smile

11. My Melancholy Baby

12. Baby, Won't You Please Come Home


Track List: Dean Martin Hits Again

1. You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You

2. I'll Hold You in My Heart (Till I Can Hold You in My Arms)

3. Have a Heart

4. My Heart Is an Open Book

5. You'll Always Be the One I Love

6. Send Me the Pillow You Dream On

7. In the Chapel in the Moonlight

8. Send Me Some Lovin'

9. Wedding Bells

10. I'll Be Seeing You


Track List: French Style

1. C'est si bon

2. April in Paris

3. Mimi

4. Darling, Je vous aime beaucoup

5. La Vie en Rose

6. The Poor People of Paris

7. The River Seine

8. The Last Time I Saw Paris

9. Mam'selle

10. C'est Magnifique

11. Gigi

12. I Love Paris


Track List: Everybody Loves Somebody

1. Everybody Loves Somebody

2. Your Other Love

3. Shutters and Boards

4. Baby-O

5. A Little Voice

6. Things

7. My Heart Cries for You

8. Siesta Fiesta

9. From Lover to Loser

10. Just Close Your Eyes

11. Corrine, Corrina

12. Face in a Crowd


Track List: Dean Martin: The Capitol Recordings, Vol. 12 (1961)

1. Arrivederci Roma

2. There's No Tomorrow

3. Return To Me (Ritorna-Me)

4. Non Dimenticar

5. I Have But One Heart ('O Marenariello)

6. You're Breaking My Heart (Mattinata)

7. On An Evening In Roma (Sott'er Celo De Roma)

8. Pardon (Perdoname)

9. Just Say I Love Her (Dicitencello Vuie)

10. Take Me In Your Arms (Torna A Surriento)

11. My Heart Reminds Me

12. Vieni Su (Say You Love Me, Too)

13. Love (Your Spell Is Everywhere)

14. Cha Cha Cha D'Amour (Melodie D'Amour)

15. Amor

16. Two Loves Have I

17. I Love You Much Too Much

18. Let Me Love You Tonight

19. My One And Only Love

20. I Wish You Love

21. If Love Is Good To Me

22. (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons

23. Somebody Loves You

24. A Hundred Years From Today


Track List: Dean Martin: The Capitol Recordings, Vol. 7 (1956-1957)

1. Watching The World Go By

2. Pardners (Feat. Jerry Lewis)

3. The Test Of Time

4. Me 'N' You 'N' The Moon

5. The Wind, The Wind

6. I'm Gonna Steal You Away (Feat. Dick Stabile And His Orchestra)

7. Bamboozled

8. Give Me A Sign

9. I Know I Can't Forget

10. Captured

11. I Never Had A Chance

12. It Looks Like Love

13. Let's Be Friendly

14. Just Kiss Me

15. A Day In The Country

16. Hollywood Or Bust

17. The Man Who Plays The Mandolino

18. Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)

19. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

20. It's Easy To Remember

21. Pretty Baby

22. Sleepy Time Gal

23. For You

24. Maybe

25. Once In A While

26. I Don't Know Why (I Just Do)


Track List: Dean Martin: The Capitol Recordings, Vol. 3 (1951-1952)

1. Meanderin'

2. As You Are

3. Blue Smoke (Kohu-Auwahi)

4. Night Train To Memphis (Feat. Dick Stabile)

5. Until

6. Oh Boy! (Oh Boy! Oh Boy! Oh Boy! Oh Boy!)

7. Come Back To Sorrento

8. Never Before

9. When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You)

10. Won't You Surrender

11. All I Have To Give You Is My Love

12. Pretty As A Picture (Feat. Dick Stabile)

13. Oh Marie

14. I Passed Your House Tonight

15. Bet-I-Cha

16. You Belong To Me

17. Kiss

18. What Could Be More Beautiful

19. Little Did We Know

20. Susan

21. The Peanut Vendor

22. I Know A Dream When I See One

23. Second Chance

24. Hominy Grits

25. Just One More Chance

26. I'm Yours


Track List: Lush Years

1. Love Me, My Love (1989 - Remaster)

2. Be An Angel (1991 - Remaster)

3. Off Again, On Again

4. Where Can I Go Without You?

5. Hear My Heart (Sende Le Cuore)

6. I Never Had A Chance

7. Rio Bravo (1994 - Remaster)

8. (Love Is A) Career

9. The Story Of Life (All This Is Mine)

10. It Takes So Long (To Say Goodbye)


Track List: Relaxin'

1. Little Did We Know

2. Pennies From Heaven

3. Napoli

4. Chee Chee-Oo Chee (Sang The Little Bird)

5. I Want You

6. Sparklin' Eyes

7. Cheatin' On Me

8. Let Me Know

9. How Sweet It Is

10. Who Was That Lady? (1998 - Remaster)


Track List: Forever Cool

1. Who's Got The Action?

2. Ain't That A Kick In The Head

3. I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face

4. Baby-O

5. Who Was That Lady?

6. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone

7. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me

8. Just In Time

9. Baby, It's Cold Outside

10. King Of The Road

11. You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You

12. Arrivederci Roma

13. Everybody Loves Somebody

14. Brahms' Lullaby


Track List: Cha Cha De Amor

1. Somebody Loves You (1998 Digital Remaster)

2. My One And Only Love (1998 Digital Remaster)

3. Love (Your Spell Is Everywhere) (Digitally Remastered 98)

4. I Wish You Love (Digitally Remastered 99)

5. Cha Cha Cha D'Amour (Melodie D'Amour) (2000 Digital Remaster)

6. A Hundred Years From Today (1998 Digital Remaster)

7. I Love You Much Too Much (Digitally Remastered 98)

8. (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons (1998 Digital Remaster)

9. Let Me Love You Tonight (Digitally Remastered 99)

10. Amor (Digitally Remastered 98)

11. Two Loves Have I (Digitally Remastered 98)

12. If Love Is Good To Me (Digitally Remastered 98)


Track List: This Time I'm Swingin'

1. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me (1998 - Remastered)

2. True Love (1998 - Remastered)

3. You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You (1997 - Remastered)

4. On The Street Where You Live (1998 - Remastered)

5. Imagination (1998 - Remastered)

6. Until The Real Thing Comes Along (1998 - Remastered)

7. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (1998 - Remastered)

8. I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face (1998 - Remastered)

9. Someday (1998 - Remastered)

10. Mean To Me (1998 - Remastered)

11. Heaven Can Wait (1998 - Remastered)

12. Just In Time (1998 - Remastered)


Track List: Like Never Before

1. I Ran All The Way Home (Digitally Remastered 97)

2. What Could Be More Beautiful (1997 Digital Remaster)

3. Second Chance (Digitally Remastered 97)

4. There's My Lover (Digitally Remastered 97)

5. 'Til I Find You (Digitally Remastered 97)

6. Never Before (Digitally Remastered 97)

7. Try Again (Digitally Remastered 97)

8. Beside You (Digitally Remastered 97)

9. That's What I Like (Digitally Remastered 97)

10. One More Time (Digitally Remastered 97)


Track List: Dino The Essential Dean Martin

Disc 1

1. Ain't That A Kick In The Head

2. That's Amore

3. Memories Are Made Of This

4. Just In Time

5. I'd Cry Like A Baby

6. Volare (Nel Blu, Di Pinto Di Blu)

7. Under The Bridges Of Paris

8. Sway

9. Love Me, Love Me

10. On An Evening In Roma (Sott'er Celo De Roma)

11. If

12. Angel Baby

13. Powder In Your Face

14. Innamorata (Sweetheart)

15. Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody

Disc 2

1. Mambo Italiano

2. You Belong To Me

3. Money Burns A Hole In My Pocket

4. Cha Cha Cha D'Amour (Melodie D'Amour)

5. Standing On The Corner

6. Hey Brother, Pour The Wine

7. I'll Always Love You (Day After Day)

8. Good Mornin' Life

9. You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You

10. Return To Me (Ritorna-Me)

11. Carolina In The Morning

12. That Certain Party (Feat. Jerry Lewis)

13. My Rifle, My Pony And Me

14. On The Street Where You Live

15. Arrivederci Roma


Track List: The Reprise Years

Disc 1

1. Everybody Loves Somebody

2. The Door Is Still Open (To My Heart)

3. You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You

4. You'll Always Be The One I Love

5. Send Me The Pillow You Dream On

6. (Remember Me) I'm The One Who Loves You

7. Houston

8. I Will

9. Somewhere There's A Someone

10. Come Running Back

11. A Million And One

12. Nobody's Baby Again

13. (Open Up The Door) Let The Good Times In

14. Lay Some Happiness On Me

15. In The Chapel In The Moonlight

16. Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me

17. In The Misty Moonlight

18. You've Still Got A Place In My Heart

19. Not Enough Indians

20. I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am

Disc 2

1. Who's Got The Action?

2. The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else)

3. I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face

4. Baby-O

5. Things

6. Corrine, Corrina

7. Bumming Around

8. Welcome To My World

9. My Heart Cries For You

10. Gentle On My Mind

11. Tik-A-Tee, Tik-A-Tay

12. Senza Fine

13. Tangerine

14. Besame Mucho

15. Blue Moon

16. I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)

17. Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup

18. C'est Si Bon

19. My Melancholy Baby

20. Everybody Loves Somebody (Dream With Dean Version)


Track List: Collector's Series

1. That Certain Party

2. Powder Your Face with Sunshine

3. I'll Alsways Love You

4. If

5. You Belong To Me

6. Love Me. Love Me

7. That's Amore

8. I'd Cry like a Baby

9. Sway

10. Money Burns A Hole In My Pocket

11. Memories Are Made Of This

12. Innomorata (Sweatheart)

13. Standing on the Corner

14. Watching the World Go By

15. Return To Me

16. Angel Baby

17. Volare

18. On an Evening in Roma

19. Love Me, My Love

20. Ain't That a Kick in the Head


Track List: Happy In Love

1. Love Is All That Matters

2. I Love The Way You Say Goodnight

3. I'll Always Love You (Day After Day) (1991 - Remaster)

4. You I Love (1998 - Remaster)

5. All I Have To Give You Is My Love

6. Until You Love Someone

7. If I Should Love Again

8. Rue De Mon Amour (Street Of My Love)

9. You Were Made For Love

10. I'm Gonna Paper All My Walls With Your Love Letters


Track List: Somewhere There's A Someone

1. Somewhere There's A Someone

2. Any Time

3. Blue, Blue Day

4. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry

5. Candy Kisses

6. I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)

7. That Old Clock On The Wall

8. Bouquet Of Roses

9. I Walk The Line

10. Just A Little Lovin' (Will Go A Long Way)

11. Room Full Of Roses

12. Second Hand Rose (Second Hand Heart)


Track List: Swingin' Down Yonder

1. Carolina Moon (Digitally Remastered 97)

2. Waiting For The Robert E. Lee (Digitally Remastered 97)

3. When It's Sleepy Time Down South (Digitally Remastered 97)

4. Mississippi Mud (Digitally Remastered 97)

5. Alabamy Bound (Digitally Remastered 97)

6. Dinah (Digitally Remastered 97)

7. Carolina In The Morning (1997 Digital Remaster)

8. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Digitally Remastered 97)

9. Georgia On My Mind (Digitally Remastered 97)

10. Just A Little Bit South Of North Carolina (Digitally Remastered 97)

11. Basin Street Blues (Digitally Remastered 97)

12. Is It True What They Say About Dixie? (Digitally Remastered 97)


Track List: At The Movies

1. Just For Fun

2. Tonda Wanda Hoy

3. You And Your Beautiful Eyes

4. I Know A Dream When I See One

5. With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming

6. I Feel A Song Comin' On

7. A Girl Named Mary And A Boy Named Bill

8. I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine

9. Relax-Ay-Voo

10. When You Pretend

11. You Look So Familiar

12. Me 'N' You 'N' The Moon

13. A Day In The Country

14. It Looks Like Love

15. Ten Thousand Bedroom

16. Rio Bravo

17. My Rifle, My Pony And Me

18. (Love Is A) Career

19. Just In Time

20. Do It Yourself

21. Ain't That A Kick In The Head

22. All In A Night's Work


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I watched the "Dean Martin" shows starting at 13, I was totally in love with him. If my mother knew what was going through my mind, she never would have let me keep watching those shows through high school when it my crush was still bad. I'd still take him over one of my husbands. If he was my first, he would have been my last. The same goes for Elvis Presley, what a hunk. My mother would laugh from embarrassmen t , she was secretly enjoying those hip grinds.
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Dean and the RAT Pack...the Best of the Best, Dean, Frank & Sammy!
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Dean was so sexy and I loved his voice and songs.. those were the days... never make music like that anymore!
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I love who was that lady
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Don't read this you will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow you will have the day of your life; don't stop this IS SO FREAKY. But if you get this far and ignore it you will have very bad luck. Post this on 10 songs in 144 minutes; when you are done: press the space bar and your crushes name will appear on the screen...
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⭐Dean Martin was in the movie Rio Bravo, he once said that he always kind of wanted to be a cowboy...At least he got to play one in that movie...Rick y Nelson was in that movie too!!⭐
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I Love that song��
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Good bye Pandora. When my contract runs out I'm done with you and your pausing your stream two songs into my listening. I'm sick and tired of it and I'm sick of your staff not giving a s**t. I'm not paying for this lousy customer service. I've been a good customer for 15 years and this is what it has come to.
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This song reminds me of my favorite preacher, Kenneth E Hagin. I was listening to him as I often do, on YouTube, and I remembered him saying you're nobody, if you don't have Jesus, and you're somebody, if you have Jesus. Merry Christmas
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Fallout rules
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Never be anything close to Dino, Frank, Sammy....awe s o m e forever more!
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Truly Forever Cool
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Dean died on Xmas 1995 and his mother Xmas, 1968.
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I was just singing sway to my daughter last night to get her to sleep
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best there every was
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Love Dino ! My Fathers favorite song was Volare by Dino.
Their will never be another singer , performer or showeman like him.
What a guy & what a time.
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Dino had it all till his beloved son died. Rat Pack Dino, Sammy Davis, , Sinatra,
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Tony Bennett
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awesome song
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Everybody loves somebody - Dino off Forever cool album - oh no Dean, this nothing like your original version, I had to give it thumbs down.
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dean is the coolest
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Heard that before Jerry tried to rekindle their friendship Dean wouldn't .. What was it all based on anyway... Shame to loose such good friendships. . I know from personal experience !!
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There is a good book written by Jerry Lewis about him and Dean...I think it was called Dean and Me....Jerry loved Dean and regretted their breakup
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Dean is great
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Oh Dino, you're my favorite❣
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A seemingly simple but complicated guy; a great entertainer and a loyal friend. Would have liked to have had a drink with him and his buddies.
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Do I have to mambo or is that a wedding dance !! So much in store !! A fraud to meet family !! Probably think we're crazy and especially me !! Guess I won't where my jacket ,, you know the white one you see me wearing !!
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I would like to have you here to be a part of our family Mimi mike
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I'm looking forward when we do dance with me and you Mimi and mike
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The King of Cool!
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I'm impressed
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It's when I'll fall in love
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he has a good voice that with your soal mimi
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cool song. That lady he is talking about doesnt sound like a tramp!!!
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Love their music They were 'cool' but drunks,seria l cheaters, connected with the mob...
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Talk about hitting all the marks...Hit songs played on the radio, television shows, comedic & dramatic acting on the big screen & live stage performances , The Italian-Amer i c a n kid, Dino Crocetti from Steubenville , Ohio projected himself into what he BELIEVED he could become!!! WOW!!!
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Very unique style, with lots of class.
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what a cool guy
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I loved Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis was my crush and the Rat Pack was beyond cool. There is an essence of cool, debonair smoothness in the music of this era. I will always love it and remember my childhood with endearment whenever I come across a song or two.
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a great artist you can't beat the 40 50 60
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I was broth up with Dean Martin listening to him with my mother. After my father went to work and my older brother went out to play mom and I would play all of Deans songs. That how I learn to sing Italian.Mom is now 92 and I in my 70s sing now and always to her and anyone whom will always I joy Deano
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