1 800 222 6872

Dean Martin: Original Album Classics [Box]

Track List

>I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)
>Fools Rush In
>I'll Buy That Dream
>If You Were the Only Girl (In the World)
>Blue Moon
>Everybody Loves Somebody
>I Don't Know Why (I Just Do)
>Gimme a Little Kiss, Will Ya, Huh?
>Hands Across the Table
>My Melancholy Baby
>Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
>Everybody Loves Somebody
>Your Other Love
>Shutters and Boards
>Little Voice, A
>My Heart Cries for You
>Siesta Fiesta
>From Lover to Loser
>Just Close Your Eyes
>Corrine, Corrina
>Face in a Crowd
>Door Is Still Open to My Heart, The
>We'll Sing in the Sunshine
>I'm Gonna Change Everything
>Middle of the Night Is My Cryin' Time, The
>Every Minute, Every Hour
>Clinging Vine
>In the Misty Moonlight
>Always Together
>My Sugar's Gone
>You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You
>Take Me
>So Long Baby
>First Thing Ev'ry Morning, The (And the Last Thing Ev'ry Night)
>Hammer and Nails
>Little Lovely One
>Love, Love, Love
>Down Home
>I Will
>Snap Your Fingers
>Everybody But Me
>Old Yellow Line
>You're the Reason I'm in Love
>If I Had You - (featuring Ken Lane)
>What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry - (featuring Ken Lane)
>One I Love, The (Belongs to Somebody Else) - (featuring Ken Lane)
>S'posin' - (featuring Ken Lane)
>It's the Talk of the Town
>Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
>I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face
>Just Friends
>Things We Did Last Summer, The
>Home - (featuring Ken Lane)

Album Notes

This budget-priced 2015 box set rounds up five albums Dean Martin released on Reprise in the mid-'60s: 1964's Dream with Dean; 1964's Everybody Loves Somebody; 1964's The Door Is Still Open to My Heart; 1965's Houston; 1966's The Dean Martin TV Show. Although none are perfect, these are among his better '60s LPs so it's a good way to get a bunch of strong Dino records at once. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine


There are currently no reviews, be the first one!
Login or Create an Account to write a review