Friday, February 03, 2012
Hey pallies, likes how cool is this dudes. Our new Dino-lovin' pallie, music journalist, critic and historian Mr. Rich Kienzle, who hangs his hat at Pittsburgh's Post Gazette's "Community Voices" musta had so much fun creatin' yesterday's Dino-post, "Cowboy Cool: Dean Martin's Country Side" for "Community Voices" that he has created a second helpin' of Dino country tunes, "More Dean Martin Country on Video."
On this third day of Dino-amore-month, ilovedinomartin is thrilled to bring you that second Dino-installment. Today's clips include great country vid moments of our most beloved Dino singin' with country greats likes Mr. Loretta Lynn, Tom T. Hall, Glen Campbell, Tennessee Ernie Ford, George Gobel, as well as some great classic country Dino-solos.
Likes this Dino-country focus on the part of Mr. Kienzle is all a part of celebratin'
his podcast of Dino-country classics that I am likes listenin' to as I scribe this Dino-message. Gotta tell you pallies Kienzle has created a brief but totally stunnin' trib to our great Dino "Tex" Martin. If likes you clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram you will goes to the original postin' of this article where you can click on the link to catch Rich's "Believe Your Ears" Dino-country celebration!
Double Dino-appreciato to Mr. Rich Kienzle and the pallies at "Community Voices" for offerin' up this second dose of Dino-country-amorin'! How great durin' Dino-amore-month to see such Dino-lovin' comin' for our country lovin' Dino! Dino-devotedly, DMP
More Dean Martin Country on Video
Wednesday, 01 February 2012 15:05
Written by Rich Kienzle
Today's Believe Your Ears music podcast looks at the best country recordings of Dean Martin. Here's some more video from his famous TV show of him with various Nashville and country music guests.
This is Dean with Loretta Lynn and Tom T. Hall in the early 1970's.
He and Glen Campbell team up for "You Are My Sunshine."
Tackling Ray Price's 1970 Country-pop hit version of Kris Kristofferson's "For The Good Times."
An obscurity: his modest 1952 hit rendition of Hank Penny's Western Swing recording of "Wham! Bam, Thank You, Ma'am."
Dean in the early 50's singing "Hominy Grits" from the Colgate Comedy Hour he and Jerry Lewis co-hosted.
From the NBC show singing Bill Anderson's ballad "Tip of My Fingers."
On a fairly out of control segment with comedian and 50's TV show host George Gobel, who started his career as a kid singing on the famous country radio show the WLS National Barn Dance as singer "Little Georgie Gobel."
Dean with Tennessee Ernie Ford, the first country singer to host a prime-time network variety show (1956-61).
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