This article contains a listing of Dean Martin's original singles, LPs, and compilations from his career. Martin recorded his first single, "Which Way Did My Heart Go", "All of Me", for the small Diamond Records in July 1946.
Dean "Tex" Martin Rides Again. Dean "Tex" Martin Rides Again is a 1963 studio album by Dean Martin, arranged and conducted by Marty Paich. This album was a sequel to Martin's previous country music themed album, Dean "Tex" Martin: Country Style both the devotees of country music and Dino will be pleased".
This two-fer CD reissue combines two successive Dean Martin albums both released in 1963. It would be hard to imagine Martin's buddy Frank Sinatra doing an album of country-oriented material, but Martin's easygoing style, very much in the tradition of Bing Crosby, who also readily handled Western songs, was much more versatile. The arrangements by Hollywood hands Don Costa and Marty Paich have only elements of the countrypolitan sound to them, and, for the most part, Martin chose to cover material by middle-of-the-road country artists like Eddy Arnold and Jim Reeves, so the material.
The lovable Deanm Martin croons through some great country tracks with great style. Being a lover of both country music and Dean Martin, this album was a natural choice. Dean Martin doing county music sounds like a great marriage.
Dean "Tex" Martin: Country Style is a 1963 studio album by Dean Martin, arranged and conducted by Don Costa. This was Martin's first album of country music, it was followed by Dean "Tex" Martin Rides Again later in 1963. This was the first of two albums that Martin released in 1963. Dean "Tex. mage: Dean Tex Style. Dream with Dean is a 1964 studio album by Dean Martin, produced by Jimmy Bowen. This was the first of two albums that Martin released in 1964
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