Hey pallies, likes 'nother great day for our great man in all of Dino-history. From our capitol music history genius pallie, Mark over at "popculturefanboy," we learn that it was on this very date, September 8, in 1961 that our most beloved Dino recorded three croons that woulda be featured on his soon-to-be-released "Italian Love Songs."
Likes for anybody who doesn't believe that our Dino was a hard-workin' Italiano boy, alls theys have to do is look at the Dino-details below. Mark relates that the recordin' took place "between 8 and 11pm at The Capitol Tower Studios in Hollywood, California. Workin' late into the night our amazin' Dino handcrafted these romantic tunes for his adorin' fans.
Thanks to our pallie Mark for keepin' us up-to-Dino-date on our Dino-musical-history-knowledge! To view this in it's original format, likes just clicks on the tag of this here Dino-report. And, likes as a added Dino-bonus, below is also a vid clip of
one of dem fab-u-lous Dino-croons from the original al-b-um, "Vieni Su (Say You Love Me Too)." Dino-always, ever, and only, DMP
1961 - Dean Martin (on vocals) with Gus Levene conducting the orchestra (Ken Lane on piano, Carl Fortina on accordion, Bob Bain, Al Hendrickson, and Allan Reuss on guitar, Murray Shapinsky on bass, Nick Fatool and Lou Singer on drums, Ann Mason Stockton on harp and a string section comprised of Victor Arno, Israel Baker, Kurt Dieterle, Jacques Gasselin, James Getzoff, Benny Gill, Anatol Kaminsky, Nathan Kaproff, Joseph Livoti, Dan Lube, Mischa Russell, and Harry Zagon on violin, Joseph DiFiore, Louis Kievman, Virginia Majewski, and Paul Robyn on viola, Justin DiTullio, Armand Kaproff, Edgar Lustgarten, and Ray Kramer on cello), records the tracks "Take Me In Your Arms (Torna A Surriento)", My Heart Reminds Me", and "Vieni Su (Say You Love Me Too)" between 8 and 11pm at The Capitol Tower Studios in Hollywood, California. Capitol Records will release all the tracks on Martin's album "Dino (Italian Love Songs)" (Capitol T 1659).