Monday, November 22, 2010
Hey pallies, likes while our Dino was always ahead of his times, seems that this Dino-holic is constantly behind. Again, my deepest apologies for gettin' this post up a couple of days late, but did whats to gives all this cool Dino-info to all you dudes.
From our pallie Mark R. over at his coolest of the cool blogs, "popculturefanboy" comes the Dino-historical news that on November 20, 1952 our Dino recorded a ton of songs in just one Dino-day that woulda be mostly shared with the Dino-world through over great man's first LP al-b-um offerin' for Capitol Records..."Dean Martin Sings."
We thanks our pallie Mark R. for sharin' this important Dino-info and likes to see this in it's original form, just clicks on the tagg of this Dino-gram. Dino-lovin'ly, DMP
1952 - During two sessions held this day at Capitol's Recording Studio at 5515 Melrose Avenue, in Hollywood, California Dean Martin (on vocals), with Dick Stabile and His Orchestra (Louis Brown on piano; Vince Terri on guita; Norman Seelig on bass; Ray Toland on drums; Helen Bliss on harp; and on strings: John Augustine, Victor Bay, John Peter DeVoogt, Nick Pisani, Joseph Quadri, and Mischa Russell on violn; Louis Kievman and Reuben Marcus on viola; Armand Kaproff and Elias Friede on cello at the first session), records the tracks "Just One More Chance", "I'm Yours" (arranged by Gus Levene), "With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming", "There's My Lover", and "A Girl Named Mary And A Boy Named Bill" at the first session between 5:00pm and 8:00pm and records the tracks (with the lineup of the orchestra changed to include Conrad Gozzo, Joe Dolny, and James Rosselli on trumpet; Ray Heath, Ed Kusby, and Paul Tanner on trombone; Jules Jacob, Bob Lawson, Ted Nash, and Ed Rosa on saxophones; Louis Brown on piano; Vince Terri on guitar; Morty Corb on bass; and Ray Toland on drums) "Louise", "Who's Your Little Who-Zis!", "I Feel Like A Feather In The Breeze", and "I Feel A Song Comin' On" at the second session between 9:30pm and 12:30am, with producer Lee Gillette. Capitol Records will issue all the tracks, except "There's My Lover" on Martin's first album for the label, "Dean Martin Sings" (H-401) and will "There's My Lover as a single (Capitol 2378) with "Little Did We Know", which was recorded on June 12, 1952, on the flip side.