Thursday, January 19, 2017

Dino Poses and Prose From TV BUZER

Hey pallies, likes logic tells us that there is a finite number of photos of our most beloved Dino, while common sense tells us that we will never ever cast our gazes at everyone of 'em.  And, 'cause of that, we will always always be searchin' for pixs of our Dino yet uncovered by ilovedinomartin.

Likes recently we had a wee bit of time to do some google image searchin' and we felt so led by our Dino to simply place the words DEAN MARTIN AT HOME in the ol' google image search engine. One of the first places we were led to is the entertainment pad, "TV BUZER," which we had never ever been to before.  What we found there was a stellar summary of our Dino's life and times which is printed below for your Dino-edification, as well as a potent parcel of Dino-images includin' at least half of 'em bein' Dino-poses that we ain't ever remember castin' our glance on before!

We can see why our quire of DEAN MARTIN AT HOME led us here 'cause four of the pixs are shots of our Dino at home with fam Martin.  There are also four candid shots of our Dino on the set of the 1962 Rat Pack epic "Sergeants 3."   All in all, these stunnin'ly stellar assortment of Dino-poses provide a fine feast for Dino-holics viewin' Dino-pleasure!  And, of course, this delightful Dino-find will simply spur us on to more and more Dino-treasure!

We salute the pallies at "TV BUZER" for these wise words and potent poses on in huge homage of our one and only Dino.  To checks this out in it's original source, likes simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-report.

We remain,

Yours in Dino,

Dino Martin Peters

TV BUZER   Dean Martin At Home

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If there had to be one image for cool, the one man to fit it would be Dean Martin. Born Dino Paul Crocetti in Steubenville, Ohio, he spoke only Italian until age five. Martin came up the hard way, with such jobs as a boxer (named Kid Crochet), a steel mill worker, a gas station worker and a card shark.

 In 1946 he got his first ticket to stardom, as he teamed up with another hard worker who was also trying to hit it big in Hollywood: y-Lewis">Jerry Lewis. The duo were to become one of Hollywood's truly great teams. They lasted 11 years together, and starred in 16 movies. They were unstoppable, but personality conflicts broke up the team.

Even without Lewis, Martin was a true superstar. Movies such as The Young Lions (1958) and Rio Bravo (1959) brought him international fame. One of his best remembered films is in Ocean's Eleven (1960), in which he played Sam Harmon alongside the other members of the legendary Rat Pack: Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Joey Bishop and Peter Lawford. After this point, Dean went on to more critically acclaimed ventures, such as in Sergeants 3 (1962), Toys in the Attic (1963), and Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963).

In 1965 Martin explored a new method for entertaining his fans: Television. That year he hosted one of the most successful TV series in history: The Dean Martin Comedy Hour (1965), which lasted until 1973. In 1965 it won a Golden Globe Award. In 1973 he renamed it "The Dean Martin Comedy Hour", and from 1974 to 1984 it was renamed again, this time "The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts". It became one of the most successful TV series in history, skewering such greats as Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, James Stewart, George Burns' Milton Berle, Don Rickles Phyllis Diller, and Joe Namath.

After the 1980s Martin took it easy--that is, until his son, Dean Paul Martin died in a plane crash in 1987. Devastated by the loss, from which he never recovered, he walked out on a reunion tour with Sinatra and Davis. Martin spent his final years in solitude. He died on Christmas Day, 1995.



Dean Martin at home posing for a photo shoot

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Dean Martin at his Brentwood, California home with wife Jeanne, their daughter and sons Ricci and Dean Paul

Dean Martin at his Brentwood, California home with his wife Jeanne

Dean Martin at his Brentwood, California home with wife Jeanne and their children Claudia, Gail, Deana, Gina, Dean Paul and Ricci

Dean Martin at his Brentwood, California home with wife Jeanne and their children Claudia, Gail, Deana, Gina, Dean Paul and Ricci

Dean Martin circa 1960


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Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin at the Coconut Grove, 1960. Modern silver gelatin, 11x14. $600 © 1978 David Sutton MPTV



Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Dean Martin shined like a lone star. Martin still shines like gold.

Hey pallies, likes today we share some delightful Dino-devotion courtesy of our Dino-bro Danny-o, who sent this our way early in Dino-winter month, and likes 'cause it wasn't on that theme, we saved it up to serve it up to all youse Dino-holics early in this new Dino-year....so thanks pallie Danny-o for sendin' it our way and for your patience in waitin' to see it here at our humble little Dino-blog, ilovedinomartin.

Likes from the pallies at the online presence of  AWM, "American Web Media, come a hugely honorin' homage of our most beloved Dino tagged "There Are Many Memorable Dean Martin Performances, But This One Might Take The Cake."   This particular patter awesomely accents our Dino's live performance of his classic croon of the swank standard, "King Of The Road."  As many of youse pallies will remember the song was part of the 1965 Live From The Kiel Opera House memorial concert featurin' the Rat Pack and shown on closed circuit television.

We really digs the wise wonderful words of awesome adulation of our Dino superbly scribed by the unknown pallie from AWM.  Might we just share a few of this scriber's amazin' affirmations of our one and only Dino:

......Dean Martin had one of the silkiest smooth voices ever to grace this earth.

Decades later, millions still listen to Dean Martin croon over the airwaves.

.....Dean Martin shined like a lone star.....

.....Martin still shines like gold.

We're completely certain that all youse Dino-holics feels likes we do....we can never ever get 'nough
stunnin'ly stellar, swank statements bein' made 'bout our main man!!!!!  So we sez our thank you very much to our own Danny-o for puttin' us on to this particularly powerful patter a la Dino, to the pallies at AWM for sharin' this amazin' adulation of our most beloved Dino with the wider world, and to that unknown pallie who cleverly 'n coolly crafted this warm hearted homage to our one and only Dino!

To checks this out in it's original source, likes per usual, simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-message.  The Dino-legacy simply grows deeper and wider and fuller with each and every passin' Dino-day!

We remain,

Yours in Dino,

Dino Martin Peters

There Are Many Memorable Dean Martin Performances, But This One Might Take The Cake


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When it comes right down to it, Dean Martin had one of the silkiest smooth voices ever to grace this earth. And because of that he quickly became one of the most popular singers of his generation. But his popularity did not stop there. Decades later, millions still listen to Dean Martin croon over the airwaves.
Below we are sharing one of the best Dean Martin moments. It is a 1965 sing-along classic that was originally written and performed by Roger Miller. The song, which is a type of hobo song, speaks about life on the move and might be one of your favorite performances ever done by Dean Martin. The song is called “King of the Road” and has been covered by many talented performers, but without a doubt, Dino’s performance here takes the cake.
Scroll down to watch Dean Martin sing this classic song and allow it to transport you back to the Good Old Days once again…
Dean Martin delivered this chipper and delightful rendition of the classic song during the memorial concert called “The Frank Sinatra Spectacular” that happened just months before Martin would land his own television show.
Although The Rat Pack was together for the event, Dean Martin shined like a lone star and caught the attention of all the executives and fans in the audience. It was hard to miss him among the crowd.
Even though he gets teased mercilessly throughout the song, especially near the end of the track, Martin still shines like gold.

Check out this man, who was always a class act, sing the famous road song that inspired millions to live a simpler life.

The video featured below was filmed in St. Louis on closed circuit television, which back in 1965 was an experiment.

Tens of thousands of fans have tuned in to watch this decades-old performance that still holds true to the masses of the world today.
Viewers contributed their comments underneath the YouTube video, which included the following:
“I’ve not seen the videotape version before. Much much better than the version released on the Ultimate Rat Pack Collection.”
“It’s nice to see the smoother, videotape version of this clip. Much better than the kinescope. Makes me wonder why it wasn’t included in the DVD”
According to VanityFair.com, “Sinatra said, ‘Be there,’ and they were there—Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Trini Lopez, Kaye Stevens, and an amalgamation of two different bands, including members of the Count Basie Orchestra, conducted by a lean cat named Quincy Jones.”
Vanity Fair continues: “Dean Martin with his sleepy power, like a leopard in a smoking jacket, finishing his few songs with the words ‘I’d like to do some more for ya, but I’m lucky I remembered these.’”
The event was a huge success and attracted viewers from all over the country, who watched it on their television sets as well in the Las Vegas venue. Many tuned in for Frank Sinatra, but stayed for Dean Martin’s velvety voice, including the rendition of “King of the Road” as shown below.

What do you make of this special Dean Martin performance?






Tuesday, January 17, 2017

More On This Day In Dino-history: January 17, 1974



Hey pallies,  likes here is more information on this day in Dino-history...January 17, 1974 when our Dino's boy pallie Dino Jr.was arrested on suspicion of possession and sale of two machine guns. He was arraigned and released the next day on $5,000 bail.

Below you will find a copy of two news articles printed in mags of the time givin' all the details on the arrest. We thanks our pallie Nici over at the ilovedeanpaulmartin pad at yahoo groups (clicks on tag of this Dino-post to goes there) who first posted 'em there for our Dino-edification.

Truly, truly this certainly  musta been quite the traumatic day for fam Martin...but it all turned out just fine for heir-apparent to the Dino-throne Dino Jr.

We remain,

Yours in Dino,

Dino Martin Peters
















On This Day In Dino-history: January 17, 1974


Hey pallies, likes today is likes 'nother important date in our  Dino's life and times, for it was on this very day, January 17, in the year of our Dino, 1974 that our most beloved Dino's most beloved boypallie Dino Jr. was 'rested for tryin' "to sell an undercover cop an AK-47 machine gun."

You can read all 'bout it below through the efforts of scriber Mr. Andrew Vaughan and the pallies at Gibson.com. The press certainly had a field day with this Dino-event, but as you will note below, Dino Jr. "was arrested, arraigned and baled out the next day. He’d end up with probation and a small fine."

I'm sure this was a very sad sad day in the life of family Martin, 'specially for our Dino and Dino Jr.s mother, Jeanne.

Thanks to the pallies at Gibson, and in particular Mr. Andrew Vaughan for creatin' this Dino Jr. remembrance. To read this in it's original format, likes just clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram.

We remain,

Yours in Dino,

Dino Martin Peters


This Day in Music Spotlight: Dino Martin’s Action-Packed Life

January 17, 1974

Andrew Vaughan|01.17.2011

Special thanks to ThisDayinMusic.com.

January 17, 1974 was not aparticularly good day in the eventful and erratic life of Dean Paul Martin (aka Dino), son of the legendary all-around entertainer Dean Martin. Kids of celebrities more often than not struggle to find any kind of normal in their own lives and Dino was not especially good at normal.

In the early ’70s he was on a roll. He’d fallen for movie star Olivia Hussey, tracked her down, wooed and married her and they had a son, Alex. Dino was a Hollywood golden boy and Olivia Hussey, star of Franco Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet, was the Hollywood darling of the day.

Dino had a hobby that would cause a dramatic arrest to be made at his Beverly Hills home. Since he was young, Dino had rare unusual weapons and engaged a in a bit of buying, selling and trading. On this particular occasion he tried to sell an undercover cop an AK-47 machine gun. It was strictly illegal and Martin was arrested, arraigned and baled out the next day. He’d end up with probation and a small fine.

Always looking for adventure and excitement, Martin found it hard to settle and he and Hussey split up in 1978. By then he’d become a pretty good tennis player and starred alongside Ali McGraw as a pro in the 1979 film Players, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award as Best New Star of the Year.

But acting didn’t really do it for him and he took to flying. He’d had his pilot's license since he was 16 but, in 1981, he qualified to fly with the National Guard. Sadly, he died in 1987, when his National Guard F-4 Phantom fighter jet crashed in the San Bernadino Mountains.

Of course, growing up as Dean Martin’ son must have been easy in some ways. There were some highlights in Dino’s short, but action-packed life. As a kid he was briefly a pop star with the Dino, Desi and Billy act alongside Desi Arnaz Jr., and William “Billy” Hinsche. A teenybopper outfit, they had two Top 30 hits, “I’m a Fool” and “Not the Lovin’ Kind” in the mid-’60s. But it was the way the trio got their record deal that gives most insight into what it was really like growing up celebrity royalty in Hollywood in the 1960.

Hinsche, talking to ClassicBands.com, told a great story about that day: “[Frank] Sinatra and Dean [Martin] were together at the bar at the Martin’s house. We met Mr. Sinatra, set up and played. After we did our little set, he came over with Dean and said, ‘How would you boys like to have a contract with my label, Reprise?’ ‘Sure, Mr. Sinatra,’ and that was that.”

Frank and Dino Kick It Old School In This Final Segment of Their Never Aired Television Special Taped In New York In 1977

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Hey pallies, likes we are back with the link to the last part of hugely historic live May 1977 concert that our most beloved Dino and his most beloved pallie Mr. Frank Sinatra did in Tarrytown, New York at Westchester Music Theatre.  As mention yester-Dino-day, this coolest of cool concert has been permanently posted at the web pad, "STRANGER IN TOWN" where Mr. Rich Buckland holds forth.

Yesterday we shared the first 2/3rds of the concert that includes both swank sets of croons from our Dino and Mr. Sinatra.  Today's postin' is the link to the last third of the concert that includes perfect patter...and a ton of it, between our most beloved Dino and Sinatra, followed by a marvelous medley of croons that goes back and forth between our Dino and Sinatra.  Dino's sings "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," "Pennies From Heaven," "Embrace Me," "Where Or When," and "O Marie."  Mr. Sinatra weaves these croons between our Dino's...."My Kind Of Town," "A Foggy Day," "The Lady Is A Tramp," "They Can't Take That Away From Me.  Our Dino and Mr. Sinatra close the gig with a duet of "When You're Smiling."

As we mentioned  in our last post, while the "STRANGER IN TOWN" blog pad  allowed  us to copy the embed code for the video to share it with youse right here at ilovedinomartin.    Likes to view it in in it's original source, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-gram.  We terrifically thank Mr. Rich Buckland for puttin' up both videos so that pallies everywhere have access to this swankly stunnin'ly stellar concert between our one and only Dino and his pallie of pallies, Mr. Frank Sinatra.

We remain,

Yours in Dino,

Dino Martin Peters

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Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin - The Unseen 1977 Westchester Premier 'Goodfellas' Theater TV Special - Part Two - Frank and Dino Kick It Old School In This Final Segment of Their Never Aired Television Special Taped In New York In 1977


Monday, January 16, 2017

Two Kings of Cool Dealing a Loaded Gun of Fun- So Good, It's Criminal!

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Hey pallies, likes today we begins with a tender, touchin' testimonal 'bout the transformin' power of our Dino, followed by noteworthy news of a delightful Dino-discovery we made while combin' the ol' net.  Likes, the link between these two portions of prose is our recentin' post, "Dean Martin - Live at Westchester Music Theatre in New York 1977.

First to the Dino-testimonal.  If youse have been followin' the recent Dino-action here at ilovedinomartin youse will know that it was our own Miss AOW who put us on to the youtube vid of our most beloved Dino's portion of his May 1977 live concert with his main pallie Mr. Frank Sinatra at the Westchester Music Theatre in Tarrytown, New York.   Well, in the purely potent patter that she left followin' our postin' of said vid, our Miss AOW left her most heart-felt comments that we know will also touch Dino-hearts all 'round the universe....."As you know, I've been very ill since June. It's only the last few weeks that I've been able to explore for Dino finds. When I happen upon a find such as this one, my health improves.    Our Dino is healing magic!"   We have absolute appreciation for Miss AOW so openin'ly speakin' of how our Dino is awesomely aidin' in her healin' process.

Now, to the noteworthy news of our recent Dino-discovery.  In our correspondance back and forth over email 'bout the timin' of sharin' Miss AOW's Dino-vid discovery, she expressed to us her concern that  "I hope that the video stays put on YouTube."  Likes, we all knows how videos of all sorts come and go on the youtube sight, and we are sure that all of you, likes us, have been deeply deeply disappointed when a great Dino-vid has been removed from viewin'.  And, likes indeed we don't know how long Miss AOW's discovery will remain up at youtube.

So, her is the noteworthy news that we are sure will delight Miss AOW and Dino-holics every-Dino-where!   While doin' more searchin' via google for information on the historic concerts that our Dino and Mr. Sinatra shared in Tarrytown in May of 1977 we happened upon a blog pad tagged  "STRANGER IN TOWN" where Mr. Rich Buckland holds forth.  What we discovered actually are two posts that Mr. Buckland put up on September 9, 2013 and February 10, 2014 that appear, between 'em to include every recorded moment of video of the " Live at Westchester Music Theatre in New York 1977."  Likes what makes this such greatly grand news is that these vids will mostly be
permanently posted to Mr. Buckland's site.  So pallies likes Miss AOW and the rest of us Dino-philes will be able to grooves on these historic Dino-croons for the long haul!!!!!!

Likes we probably never ever would have come 'cross these Dino-treasures ourselves if Miss AOW hadn't done some Dino-homework to find a portion of the concert up on youtube.  We will be presentin' the vids in  two parts, today sharin' the first portion of over 33 glorious minutes of our Dino and Mr. Sinatra's swank sets of croons, and tomorrow the rest of the concert that includes a ton of swingin' patter between our Dino and Mr. Sinatra followed by a series of croons they do back and forth with each other that runs over 16 more minutes.

Below is the patter that Mr. Buckland shared with the video, notin' "Our Very Special Thanks To The Late Greg Garrison - Feb. 20, '24 – Mar. 25, '05," who produced the video that was shot durin' one of the live concerts.   We are pleased as punch that the "STRANGER IN TOWN" pad allowed us to download the vid in all it's glory. And, likes if youse simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-gram you will  goes to Buckland's pad and  see it in all it's glory.

We remain,

Yours in Dino,

Dino Martin Peters


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Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin - The Unseen 1977 Westchester 'Goodfellas' Theater TV Special-Part One-Two Kings of Cool Dealing a Loaded Gun of Fun- So Good, It's Criminal! Our Very Special Thanks To The Late Greg Garrison - Feb. 20, '24 – Mar. 25, '05





Sunday, January 15, 2017

Danny G's Sunday Serenade with Dino: "June In January"










Welcome back, my Dino-diggin' gigolos & gigolettes!

Cold 'nough for youse yet?! Haha!!

Oh well pals...it's January...get's used to it for a bit!
Actually...hasn't been too bad, though. 
Some days are cold...some days are nice!

Truly a crazy Winter so far!

Gots me comin' & goin'! Haha!!

Wish Ol' Mother Nature would just make up her mind & get through these frosty covered days! Ha!

The good news is that sunny days aren't toooo far off! Not really. My Spring countdown is in FULL Dino-gear...& 'cordin' to my calculations...we gots ONLY 64 COOL COOL days to go! Ahhhhhh!!!

I know! I know!
Sounds like FOREVER!

But...time flies, pallies!

Before we knows it...the blue birds will be singin' & Springtime days will be swingin'! 

OK pals...with WARM thoughts in mind...let's gets to today's Serenade!

I, once 'gain, went back to Dean's "Winter Romance" al b um,  for this one!
Well...why wouldn't I?!!!
I didn't HAVE to...this jam pops up on other records. But...youse KNOWS this is my fave! After all, pals...It's PURE wintery magic set to vinyl! Haha!!

OK...Let's 'magine we is sittin' on some warm tropic sands, my friends. 
Soothin', summery breezes blowin' & long forgotten is icy days & snowin'!

Now THAT'S a nice thought, huh pallies?! Amen!

I thinks youse can maybe guess...exactly where I'm goin' with this one, my friends.
A little "June In January" is what we ALL can use right 'bout now!

DEF I NATE LY!!!

Well, mi amici...it's time for me to scram.
Got's places to go...& peeps to meet.

Actually...I just wanna get to this SWOONIN' CROON of a TUNE! Haha!

OK... Stay warm pals...only 64 days to go!

Ciao! 



It's June in January
Because I'm in love
It always is spring in my heart
With you in my arms
The snow is just white blossoms
That fall from above
And here is the reason, my dear
Your magical charms
The night is cold
The trees are bare
But I can feel the scent of roses in the air
It's June in January
Because I'm in love
But only because I'm in love with you
(The night is cold)
(The trees are bare)
But I can feel the scent of roses in the air
It's June in January
Because I'm in love
But only because I'm in love with you


Saturday, January 14, 2017

Frank Sinatra & Dean Martin Westchester NY 5-77 on DVD

Hey pallies, likes have we got great news for all youse Dino-holics!!!!!  Likes after finishin' up the patter from  yester-Dino-day's Dino-devotion sharin' Miss AOW's find of our Dino's powerful portion of the live recordin' of our Dino and Mr. Sinatra sharin' the stage of the Westchester Stage in New York in May of 1977, we decided to do a bit of google searchin' to see what else might be out there on the ol' world wide web related to this fabulous Dino-event.

Likes what we found is a pad tagged "Maximum Sound  -  For those hard to find concerts" that has a DVD recordin' of this awesomely acclaimed hugely historic coolest of cool concert and the price is a mere 12 bucks, and regular shippin' in the ol' USA is included in the price.  As you will note below, the pallies at "Maximum Sound" share that the  "quality is about 7/10 (has a watermark at the bottom throughout)."  So, likes it ain't perfect pallies, but to be able to get these glorious 65 minutes of Dino-glory 'long with Mr. Sinatra, at this price is absolutely amazin'!

Below is the set list for both our most beloved Dino, Mr. Sinatra and the croons they do together.  We are sorry that we ain't able to share the image of the DVD cover from this sight 'cause it can't be copied, so instead we share the image we discovered for yesterday's post.  Likes to checks this out in it's original source and place your order, simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-report.

We remain,

Yours in Dino,

Dino Martin Peters

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Maximum Sound
For those hard to find concerts

Frank Sinatra & Dean Martin Westchester NY 5-77 on DVD


Your Price: $12.00
Part Number:7061

Decent quality Pro-shot broadcast recording of Frank Sinatra & Dean Martin, recorded live at the Westchester Premier Theater, in Tarrytown, NY on during a May 1977 series of shows.  DVD has a total running time of 65 minutes.   Quality is about 7/10 (has a watermark at the bottom throughout),   and setlist is as follows:

Dean Martin:
When you're drinking
Bad bad Leroy brown
Welcome to my world
That's amore

Frank Sinatra:
For once in my life
I love my wife
It was a very good year
One for my baby
My way

Frank & Dean
Medley

This region-free DVD-R is in NTSC format and will play on most Gaming consoles and DVD Players made since 2000, and comes in a FULL SIZE DVD case (US orders only), with cover art and track listing.
US First class shipping is FREE!  US Priority shipping on this item is $5.00. International shipping is now FREE for just the COVER INSERT AND DISK.  NO hard case is shipped for international orders.  This is due to drastic increases in postage costs for anything that requires a customs form.  Disk and cover can be shipped as a letter and should be delivered without customs inspection delays.
Credit card payment or Money order ships in the next shipment within 2-3 days.  Currently shipping orders 3 times a week.

Friday, January 13, 2017

Dean Martin - Live at Westchester Music Theatre in New York 1977


Hey pallies, likes today we have a tantalizing treat for all youse Dino-holics courtesy of our Miss AOW, who wrote us an email 'bout a delightful discovery she made while checkin' out the Dean Scene at youtube recently.  What Miss AOW fondly found was a 15 minute live vid clip of our most beloved Dino's set of croons while performin' at the Westchester Music Theatre in Tarrytown, New York in the year of our Dino 1977.

Likes as Miss AOW shared, "Our Dino is in rare form, especially with 'Bad, Bad, Leroy Brown' and the patter afterwards."  We couldn't 'gree more with her 'specially 'bout the "Bad Bad Leroy Brown" number as our Dino was in fantastic form doin' all the marvelous moves that only our Dino does...usin' his whole beautiful body to sell the song.  The set begins with our Dino usin' his openin' croon potent parody of "When You're Smiling" turned into "When You're Drinkin'" followed by "Leroy Brown," "Welcome To My World," and  "That's Amore."

Likes pallies, this is our Dino at the pinnacle of his cool career....cooler, hipper, and randier then ever! We remember readin' a ton of swank stuff 'bout these great gigs with Mr. Sinatra in that beautiful bio,"Dino: Living High In The Dirty Business Of Dreams" by Nick Tosches.  Seein' this clip is goin' to send us back to review all the Dino-details includin' the fact that our Dino took his latest amore at the time, the 19 year old co-ed  Miss Andre Boyer with him to Westchester to meet his pallies and then went on to come concert dates in Chicago with Sinatra where he celebrated his sixtieth birthday with Miss Andre.

We thanks Miss AOW who can be found HERE on the ol' web for puttin' us on to these mighty mesmerizing moments of deep deep Dino-delight!  We are hopin' to share more intriguin' info and pixs from our Dino's victorious visit to the Westchester Theatre in the near future.  BTW, we ain't ever been able to snag a shot of our King of Cool with the youthful Miss Boyer for sharin' here...likes if any of youse Dino-philes have even a clue of where images of Dino and Andre might be located, please kindly drops us a line!

We remain,

Yours in Dino,

Dino Martin Peters