Dean Martin A Winter Romance on LP
Spring usually gets all the credit for being the time of romance, though Summer comes in close behind for its share of the honors. But Dean Martin presents ample evidence in these songs that Winter deserves the warmest reception of all for its contributions to love and romance.
There's mellow magic in his smooth rendition of "June In January," and in a tender, sentimental vein he sings the praises of "A Winter Romance." Changing pace, Dean warms the scene with his wonderful uptempo version of "Canadian Sunset," then returns to his romantic ballad style again to sing "White Christmas" in a way that should awaken nostalgia in even the most wintry heart.
Dean's easy, caressing style adds special cheer to other fine tunes too - each a snowclad favorite. He's accompanied by a chorus and orchestra (sometimes with strings) under the direction of Gus Levine. And the music, combined with Dean's vocal artistry, succeeds in producing just the kind of lover's glow to stir everyone to humming, dancing, and romancing - whether it's hot or cold outside!