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Everybody Loves Somebody

Dean Martin

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Since Dean Martin had been cold on the singles charts for some time -- he hadn't scored a Top 40 hit in six years -- the success of "Everybody Loves Somebody," which took off for number one upon its release in May 1964, caught Reprise Records by surprise. The label already had a Martin album on its schedule, Dream With Dean, and that LP even contained "Everybody Loves Somebody." But that was an earlier recording, not the one racing up the singles charts. So, in order to take advantage of the success of the 45, Reprise slapped together this album from stray recordings dating back to Martin's first recording session for the label more than two years before and issued it with the subtitle "The Hit Version" emblazoned on the album cover on the same day that Dream With Dean was shipped. In addition to "Everybody Loves Somebody," there were also two other tracks recorded at the same April 16, 1964, session and previously unreleased ("Your Other Love," "Siesta Fiesta"), the B-side of the single ("A Little Voice"), two tracks previously released on singles in 1962 ("Baby-O," "Just Close Your Eyes"), four tracks from the 1963 album Country Style ("Shutters and Boards," "Things," "My Heart Cries for You," "Face in a Crowd"), and two songs from the 1963 album Dean "Tex" Martin Rides Again ("From Lover to Loser," "Corrine Corrina"). Of course, the shopworn nature of the collection didn't matter; Everybody Loves Somebody topped the LP charts and went gold on the strength of its title song. But it isn't one of Martin's more memorable records. ~ William Ruhlmann

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1
Everybody Loves Somebody 00:02:47

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - K. Lane, Composer, Lyricist - I. Taylor, Composer, Lyricist - Jimmy Bowen, Producer - Ernie Freeman, Arranger

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

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Your Other Love 00:02:33

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Doc Pomus, Composer, Lyricist - Ernie Freeman, Arranger - Jimmy Bowen, Producer - Mort Shuman, Composer, Lyricist

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

3
Shutters and Boards 00:02:52

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Audie Murphy, Composer, Lyricist - Chuck Sagle, Producer - Scott Turner, Composer, Lyricist - Don Costa, Arranger

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

4
Baby-O 00:03:01

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - J. Mercer, Composer, Lyricist - J. Rotella, Composer, Lyricist - Jimmy Bowen, Producer - Neal Hefti, Arranger

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

5
A Little Voice 00:02:09

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Ernie Freeman, Arranger - John Gluck, Composer, Lyricist - Jimmy Bowen, Producer - Sidney Lester Welch, Composer, Lyricist

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

6
Things 00:02:40

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - B. Darin, Composer, Lyricist - Chuck Sagle, Producer - Don Costa, Arranger

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

7
My Heart Cries for You 00:03:10

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - C. Sigman, Composer, Lyricist - Chuck Sagle, Producer - P.Faith, Composer, Lyricist - Don Costa, Arranger

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

8
Siesta Fiesta 00:02:36

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Ernie Freeman, Arranger - Marcus Barkan, Composer, Lyricist - Ben Raleigh, Composer, Lyricist - Jimmy Bowen, Producer

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

9
From Lover to Loser 00:03:07

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Arthur Kent, Composer, Lyricist - Warren Edward, Composer, Lyricist - Jimmy Bowen, Producer - Marty Paich, Arranger

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

10
Just Close Your Eyes 00:02:57

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Claude Baum, Composer, Lyricist - Johnny Rotella, Composer, Lyricist - Neal Hefti, Arranger

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

11
Corrine, Corrina 00:02:44

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - J. M. Williams, Composer, Lyricist - B. Chatman, Composer, Lyricist - Jimmy Bowen, Producer - M. Parish, Composer, Lyricist - Marty Paich, Arranger

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

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Face in a Crowd 00:02:48

Dean Martin, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Ramona Redd, Composer, Lyricist - Chuck Sagle, Producer - Mitchell Torok, Composer, Lyricist - Don Costa, Arranger

Originally released 1963, 1964. All rights reserved by Dean Martin Family Trust

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Since Dean Martin had been cold on the singles charts for some time -- he hadn't scored a Top 40 hit in six years -- the success of "Everybody Loves Somebody," which took off for number one upon its release in May 1964, caught Reprise Records by surprise. The label already had a Martin album on its schedule, Dream With Dean, and that LP even contained "Everybody Loves Somebody." But that was an earlier recording, not the one racing up the singles charts. So, in order to take advantage of the success of the 45, Reprise slapped together this album from stray recordings dating back to Martin's first recording session for the label more than two years before and issued it with the subtitle "The Hit Version" emblazoned on the album cover on the same day that Dream With Dean was shipped. In addition to "Everybody Loves Somebody," there were also two other tracks recorded at the same April 16, 1964, session and previously unreleased ("Your Other Love," "Siesta Fiesta"), the B-side of the single ("A Little Voice"), two tracks previously released on singles in 1962 ("Baby-O," "Just Close Your Eyes"), four tracks from the 1963 album Country Style ("Shutters and Boards," "Things," "My Heart Cries for You," "Face in a Crowd"), and two songs from the 1963 album Dean "Tex" Martin Rides Again ("From Lover to Loser," "Corrine Corrina"). Of course, the shopworn nature of the collection didn't matter; Everybody Loves Somebody topped the LP charts and went gold on the strength of its title song. But it isn't one of Martin's more memorable records. ~ William Ruhlmann

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