Saturday, January 28, 2012

On This Day In Dino-history: January 28, 1957

Hey pallies, likes it's been a long long time since we have checked in with our pallie Mark over at "popculturefanboy." Mark continues to do an absolutely fab job of recordin' any and all the amazin' facts, figures, and dates related to Capitol Records. Since the first half or so of our most beloved Dino's recordin' career was for Capitol, Mark's blog pad is a great place to increase one's Dino-knowledge of our great man's Capitol years.

Today's Dino-remembrance shares with us that it was 55 years ago on this very Dino-date that Dino began recordin' tunes for his "Pretty Baby" release...finishin' said tasks on January 30. Gotta say that the al-b-um cover for "Pretty Baby" is likes one of my all all time fav Dino-poses...the look on our Dino's face as he attracts the babe's attention is just the coolest ever! And, likes this collection contains some of our master's most masterful tunes!

Thanks ever so much Mr. Mark for keepin' us up-to-date on all these important dates in Dino-history! To view this info in it's original format, likes just clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram. Likes as a bit of a bonus pallies, at the end of this Dino-message is a vid clip of our Dino's recordin' of "Sleepy Time Gal" from "Pretty Baby." Dino-psyched, DMP

55 Years Ago Today In 1957 - Dean Martin begins the first of two sessions (the second will be on January 30, 1957) at The Capitol Tower studios, recording the tracks "I Can't Give You Anything But Love", "Sleepy Time Gal", "Pretty Baby", "For You", "It's Easy To Remember", and "Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)" for his Capitol Records album "Pretty Baby" with Gus Levene conducting the orchestra (Alvino Rey and Vincent Terri on guitar, Joseph G. "Joe" Comfort on bass, Nick Fatool on drums, Edwin L. "Buddy" Cole on piano, Julian C. "Matty" Matlock on clarinet, Charles T. "Chuck" Gentry and Edward R. Miller on saxophone, Elmer R. "Moe" Schneider on trombone, Charles Richard "Dick" Cathcart on trumpet)


Levi said...

Really like this cover, the record cover looks a lot better than the cd

dino martin peters said...

Hey pallie, likes Levi dude, likes so so agree with you man...the original Dino-al-b-um cover is the coolest...keeps lovin' our Dino!