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Yours In Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
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Likes we always always digs it to likes the max when some source of public education spreads some Dino-edification 'round. Very cool of MPR to homage one of our great man's greatest feats in this great way!
Included is their brief retellin' of this Dino-monumental moment 'long with a great youtube clip of our King of Cool croonin' the tune before a live audience.
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When Dean Martin knocked the Beatles off the charts
St. Paul, Minn.August 20, 2014 2:01 p.m.
Today's Morning Edition music is from 50 years ago today when "Everybody Loves Somebody" by Dean Martin was on top of the pop charts. At the time he made this record, the song was nearly 20 years old and had been recorded by several artists including Frank Sinatra. But Martin added an orchestra and a chorus and made the song a hit. Never a fan of rock 'n' roll, Martin was pleased to knock "A Hard Day's Night" by the Beatles out of the No. 1 position.