Mr. Raab chatted with Tosches 'bout an assortment of interestin' topics on his life and times and writing, but likes near the end of the interview, Scott 'fesses up that "Of all the books you've written, Dino, your biography of Dean Martin, is the one I keep rereading." Now how wonderously wonderful is that dudes?!?!?!?! To know that Raab keeps returnin' time and time 'gain to soak in the Dino-tale is likes just so so awesome....obviously Scott can't ever get 'nough of the life, times, and teachin's of our King of Cool.
And, likes if that ain't 'nough Dino-glory to share, Nick's response to Raab faithfulness to his Dino-tome is that, " Dino amazes me. That book is 20 years old now. It's sold every day for 20 years." Now likes how how wow-full is that Dino-truth dudes?!?!?! Indeed, in 2012, "DINO: Living High In The Dirty Business Of Dreams" celebrated it's twentieth year of publication and to know that copies keeps on sellin' Dino-day after Dino-day is just so so thrillin'. Likes what a wonderful sign that devotion to our Dino simply keeps increasin' each and every Dino-day as new generations wanna soak in the wonder of our Dino.
ilovedinomartin salutes the pallies at Esquire mag for doin' this recent interview with Mr. Nick Tosches, and 'specially for the excellent interview that Mr. Scott Raab scribed. And thanks 'specially Mr. Raab for those closin' words of Dino-promise! To know that you, likes so so many Dino-holics all over the globe keeps returnin' to the pages of Tosches' tome on Dino is likes so so awesome....and to hear from Tosches himself, that his brilliant bio keeps sellin' copies day after day, just brings such happiness to those of us who know, love, and honor our Dino.
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Nick Tosches: The ESQ&A
SR: Of all the books you've written, Dino, your biography of Dean Martin, is the one I keep rereading.
NT: Dino amazes me. That book is 20 years old now. It's sold every day for 20 years.
SR: It doesn't surprise me.
NT: It surprised me it was Dino. I like The Devil and Sonny Liston better, but part of me actually thinks fewer people read it because it's about a black guy.