Hey pallies, likes decided to checks back with our pallie Mr. Din Merican (see last Dino-post) likes to see if he and Dr. Kamsiah made it to Westward Memorial Park to pay their respects to our most beloved Dino. So so glad to report that I found the followin' post showin' a pix of Dr. Kamsiah at our Dino's place of rest, and an outstandin' selection of Dino-vid bein' shared in remembrance of our Dino.
Mr. Din included thoughts and vids on other greats like Mel Torme and Peggy Lee, but am simply sharin' the Dino-portion with all you pallies here. To view the entire post, likes just clicks on the tagg of this here Dino-message.\
Ain't it wonderful to know that pallies like our great Dino-devoted pallie Din Merican loves our Dino so so much to make a great effort to pilgrimage to Los Angeles to pay homage to our amazin' Dino at his final restin' place.
Thanks to Mr. Merican for sharin' the honorin news of their visit to our Dino's grave and selectin' some wonderful Dino-songs to help others to grow in their deep, pure, and true Dino-devotion. Dino-forever, DMP
.–Dr.Kamsiah and Din Merican
Remembering Dean Martin
Los Angeles, California
July 23, 2011
This Weekend’s Entertainment: Remembering Dean Martin
On July 21, Dr. Kamsiah, Ibrahim Karim (better known to all of us Semper Fi) and I visited the Westwood Memorial Park, Hollywood to pay our respects to Dean Martin, So this week, we thought that we should feature Dean Martin.
Dean Martin starts off with his famous ” Everybody loves Somebody Sometime”. As a singer, Martin copied the styles of Harry Mills, Bing Crosby and Perry Como until he developed his own and could hold his own in duets with Sinatra and Crosby. Like his good friend Frank Sinatra, he could not read music, but he recorded more than 100 albums and 600 songs. His signature tune, “Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime” reached the number-one spot in the United States in 1964.
–Dr.Kamsiah and Din Merican