Friday, September 02, 2011

Two free CDs: The Essential Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr

Hey pallies, likes if I ever wished that I was a Brit, likes today woulda be the day. Just came 'cross this amazin' Dino-deal that is bein' offered with the fabulous Brit newspaper, "The Telegraph." As you will note below, 2-count 'em-2 CDs featurin' our most beloved Dino, frankie and the Sam man will be included in "The Telegraph" editions of Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11.

Likes I'm likes totally totally groovin' on the pixs chosen to grace each of the free al-b-ums. What a simply marvelous way of introducin' huge huge quanities of Telegraph readers to our most beloved Dino....thinks of the thousands of readers who will come to know, love, and honor our great man by this stunnin' free offer.

These specially created discs will certainly become valuable collector's items and I woulda loves to find a way to gets my hands on both of 'em! ilovedinomartin sez our heartfelt thanks to the pallies at "The Telegraph" for makin' the sounds of our Dino available to masses of Brits....you are simply doin' your part to help the Dino-light to glow and grow for Dino-sure! To view this in it's original format, likes just clicks on the tag of this Dino-message! Dino-psyched, DMP



Two free CDs: The Essential Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr

Free inside The Telegraph on September 10 and 11: two CDs of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr's greatest hits.



Two free CDs: The Essential Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr

10:30AM BST 01 Sep 2011

Discover, or re-discover, why Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. were known as the 'kings of cool' in the '60s. Whether you're nostalgic for your own salad days or are drawn to the era that defined glamour, these two free CDs will transport you back in time.

While much of the gang's publicity stemmed from their friendships with John F. Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe and various notorious Vegas gangsters, these recordings remind us that these guys were also incredibly talented.


Volume One, free inside The Daily Telegraph on Saturday, September 10, features 10 major hits, including Come Fly With Me, Mambo Italiano, I've Got You Under My Skin and These Foolish Things, plus five bonus tracks of big band classics.


Volume Two, free inside The Sunday Telegraph on September 11, brings you another ten favourite songs and a further five extra bonus tracks. The hits include Lady is a Tramp, That's Amore, One for My Baby and That Old Black Magic.

3 comments:

The House of Guerin said...
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Always On Watch said...

Wow! I wish that we here in the States could get a free deal like this one.

I understand that Dean Martin is beloved in the UK. I know that he gave at least one concert there, and all the UK people whom I personally know revere and respect him.

Levi said...

All that swearing reminds me of when i was at school and that was just the girls.
Whats wrong dude with buying cds.
I think some of that money goes to Dinos family.
And whats wrong with Dino dude blogging, i learned a lot about Dean Martin here.