Monday, July 18, 2016

FILE UNDER D FOR DINO

Hey pallies, likes welcome to 'nother wonderful week of diggin' Dino to the marvelous max here at ilovedinomartin.  Likes, we gotta 'fess up that we are mucho missin' the awesome ability to use the great google blog search engine to do our Dino-homework (it no longer can be coaxed into action.)
However we are becomin' most appreciate of the "Twingly" blog search engine which is powerfully providin' stellar support to our Dino efforts as it takes us to Dino-treasure all over the web.

Likes today we begin a three day run of  awesome adulation of our most beloved Dino at the all thin's vinyl hangout "The Prudent Groove."  This musical blog mission is solemnly stated as "an ongoing exploration into the organic nature of the vinyl record, focusing on anything from logos, inserts, flyers, cover art, music reviews and/or anything I find interesting. Explore the hidden gems of yesteryear, one Prudent Groove at a time"

Today's Dino-gram is the one that first directed us to this swank site, and likes we were immediately
swankly smitten by the tag of the post "FILE UNDER D FOR DINO."  As you will experience below, this unknown blogger has put the accent of one of our Dino's themed al-b-ums "Dean Martin DINO LATINO," and it is obvious that this dude is really into our main man delightfully describin' our Dino as "the golden-throated matador, and decades old wearer of many hats."  We loves how this Dino-holic has a wonderful way with words that are pure poetry to our ears.

We sez thank you very much to the beautiful blogger of "The Prudent Groove" for liftin' up our King Of Cool in this way and stay tuned for more Dino-adulation comin' forth tomorrow and Wednesday right here at ilovedinomartin.  To checks this out in it's original format, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-report.

We remain,

Yours In Dino,

Dino Martin Peters


 FILE UNDER D FOR DINO
by The Prudent Groove
DinoNo, not the fun loving, prehistoric Snorkasaurus from Bedrock, but instead, the golden-throated matador, and decades old wearer of many hats, Dean Martin. Originally released in 1961 by Reprise,Dino Latino takes the Italian American south of the border for a stampeding collection of Latin gems. Check it out, if only for the outlandish cover.

2 comments:

Danny G. said...

Haha!! LOVES his way with words, pallie!

blueiscoool said...

I have to agree with Danny G., a great way with words and i would image a great sounding album. I will have to give a listen on Youtube if it is available. Thank you DMP for bringing this our way!

Have a great week.

Scott