Through the blog search engine of our pallies at Twingly, we recently uncovered the followin' post below from the Spanish all-thin's music blog taged "MELOPOPMUSIC - THE MUSIC OF MY MEMORIES" hosted by Valencia, Spain scriber Mr. José Aparicio. Speakin' 'bout himself Mr. Aparicio sez, "Right now enjoying my early retirement , lover of good food , traveler , passionate about Internet , I collect vinyls '60 '70 '80 ." And, not surprisin' some of the vintage vinyl in José's cool collection is of our one and only Dino!
Likes below is his recent Dino-centric post tagged " Dean Martin - Mediterranean Songs [LP Orlador] (1964)," which accordin' to Aparicio are "recordings for Reprise belong songs of this peculiar ten inches, published in 1964 especially for subscribers Readers Circle (then Circle International)." We are always always awed to discover more and more 'bout the length and breath of deepest of deep devotion to our Dino from all over the Dino-universe.
And, likes this purely pleasurable post also has added to our Dino-knowledge. In his introductory remarks, José shares "that the collection "The very best of Capitol / Reprise years" (EMI), the late Dean Martin, was placed in 2004 for several months in the British Top Ten and billed more than one hundred thirty thousand copies." Likes, we don't ever remember learnin' this delightful Dino-detail before showin' the continuin' purely potent power of our King of Cool.
We here at our humble little ilovedinomartin concave express our deepest of deep delight in Spaniard,
Mr. José Aparicio precious postin' of one of his Dino-treasures certainly helpin' his remarkable readership[ to know, love, and grow in their devotion to our great great man. To checks this out in it's original source, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-message.
Yours in Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
Dean Martin - Mediterranean Songs [LP Orlador] (1964)
Dean Martin [Click] As a real X Files popular music can be explained by the fact that the collection "The very best of Capitol / Reprise years" (EMI), the late Dean Martin, was placed in 2004 for several months in the British Top Ten and billed more than one hundred thirty thousand copies. A television documentary in which the image of Dino associated with typical crooner of Latino descent and membership reminded the Rat Pack, a group of freeloaders also composed of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Peter Lawford was enhanced (Martin Scorsese has spent years preparing a biopic about them), enough to boost sales of the album and show that the "hype" of Cocktail Nation was not as ephemeral as they believed some. Precisely recordings for Reprise belong songs of this peculiar ten inches, published in 1964 especially for subscribers Readers Circle (then Circle International). Does not lie there, however, his flamboyant condition, but in the repertoire that dipsomaniac gallant ships in its compressed grooves: under the name of "Mediterranean Songs" titles undeniable Spanish connection as' Bésame mucho ',' always grouped in my heart '(Lecuona) or' in a Spanish village '(originally' in a little spanish town '), but also tunes like' Back in the big ranch 'or' Camino de Mexico '. Martin combines English and acceptable Castilian ( "I quierou much" and the like) in some interpretations that explain the enthronement of the sympathetic actor as lower crooner (he was never short of Sinatra, Crosby or even Tony Bennett) and whose orchestrations acquire a new dimension (and require more consistent valuation time) after the wave of music for sidereal guateques, compilations flavored Martini and other recoveries lounge that we live in recent years.
Dean Martin - Canciones Mediterráneas [LP 1964] Cara A
Dean Martin - Canciones Mediterráneas [LP 1964] Cara B
Dean Martin - Canciones Mediterráneas [LP Orlador] (1964)