Dean Martin Dream With Dean: The Intimate Dean Martin on Limited Edition 200g 45RPM 2LP from Analogue Productions
Mastered from the Original Analog Tapes at Sterling Sound by Ryan Smith / Plated & Pressed by Quality Record Pressings
One of the great lounge singers of the pre-rock era, Dean Martin hit his stride as a cultural icon during his years with Reprise, knocking the Beatles off the top of the charts in August 1964 with a dreamy contemporary take on "Everybody Loves Somebody (Sometime)," a standard he'd sung on Bob Hope's radio show in 1948 that became one of his theme songs, a sentiment so universal it's on his gravestone.
A multi-faceted artist whose talents crossed media boundaries, Dean Martin has three stars on the Hollywood Boulevard Walk of Fame: one for recording, one for movies, and one for television, where he introduced Americans to Celebrity Roasts in the 1970's. The genius of Dean Martin is that he made everything sound easy and classy and fun. Relaxed and comfortable, with a beatific self-assurance that transcended confidence, Dino was truly one of a kind.
On his Reprise Recordings, the King of Cool was also at his most soulful. One of the crooner's best-charting albums, 1964's Dream with Dean (subtitled "the intimate Dean Martin") - anchored by Dino's aforementioned signature rendition of "Everybody Loves Somebody" - gets the deluxe Analogue Productions treatment with a newly remastered reissue culled from the original analog tapes by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound and cut on dynamic 200g 45rpm double vinyl.
• 200g 45rpm 2LP-set from Analogue Productions
• Mastered from the original analog tapes at Sterling Sound by Ryan Smith
• Plated & pressed by Quality Record Pressings
• Deluxe "tip-on" gatefold jackets by Stoughton Printing
Dean Martin Dream With Dean - The Intimate Dean Martin Track Listing:
1. I’m Confessin’
2. Fools Rush In
3. I’ll Buy That Dream
4. If You Were The Only Girl
5. Blue Moon
6. Everybody Loves Somebody
1. I Don’t Know Why
2. "Gimme" A Little Kiss
3. Hands Across The Table
5. My Melancholy Baby
6. Baby Won’t You Please Come Home