Hey pallies, likes thank goodness for pallies likes Mr. Bob Dearborn who helps us remember some of dem most important dates in all of Dino-history. Bob is mod at "The Olde Disc Jockey's Almanac," where he keeps track of "Celebrity Birthdays, This Day In History, Number One songs on this day, Jokes du Jour and more ... for the media professional and anyone else who finds these things useful, entertaining or interesting."
Well, thanks to our usual blog searchin' for all thin's Dino and to Dearborn's devotion to historical dates, we share with all you Dino-philes that it was 50 years ago on this very date, April 16, 1964 that our most beloved Dino recorded what has become his most beloved croon, "Everybody Loves Somebody." Likes all the glorious details below for all us Dino-philes to bask in the Dino-glory of this most most marvelous and memorable moment in the life and times, and teachin's of our Dino.
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April 16, 1964…At United Recording Studios in Hollywood, Dean Martin recorded "Everybody Loves Somebody," a song co-written in 1947 by his pianist/accompanist Ken Lane. Martin's recording went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, sold more than a million copies, and became the theme song of his NBC-TV variety series (1965-1974). The words "Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime" are inscribed on Dean Martin's grave marker.