Dean Martin: 11 Original Albums & 56 Bonus Tracks Box set, Import
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This ten CD release gives you all nine of his original Capitol albums, plus the first two Reprise albums. In addition, you get a generous helping of his singles from 1948 to 1960. In total, 186 songs are presented here! Dean’s first four albums were monaural only, but the next five were available in both mono and stereo versions. This release does have the stereo versions. After he signed with Reprise, Capitol started issuing albums that repackaged his older material. The nice thing about this set is that each album is on a separate CD with the exception of “Dino Latino” which is split between disk nine and ten. There are only ten songs listed for “Dino Latino”, but nothing is missing since the original only had ten tracks. Included are all of his U.S. Capitol charting singles with the exception of “Watching The World Go By” from 1956 and the monaural single version of "Return To Me" from 1958. As a bonus, the package offers five pre-Capitol songs from 1946, 1948 and 1949. These were released on the Diamond and Apollo labels. The “bonus tracks”, which are the singles, are not arranged in the exact order released, but do tend to progress from 1946 to 1960. Disks 9 and 10 have only album tracks. The sound quality is, for the most part, good when you consider the age of these recordings. Those of you with critical ears will notice that the audio is highly processed and some of the tracks have high level clipping. If you are really interested in more information on the singles, there is a fine Dean Martin discography available on the internet at: deanmartinfancenter.com.
There is no booklet with this set, so you only get just the basic information on each song. There are several errors: the stereo album version (different from the single release) of "Return To Me" is on disk #4 while it should only be on CD #8; "June In January" is on both disks #6 and #8. The version of "Oh Marie" that should be on the first CD "Dean Martin Sings" is not the Capitol recording from 1952, but the 1947 Apollo master. The audio quality of a few of the tracks is less than the best, but considering the price, it is hard to go wrong with this collection. Even if half of the tracks aren’t favorites, it still would be worth the money. A great collection of early Dean Martin recordings. If you combine this set with the "100 Hits Legends" 5-CD box or the 4-CD "Young Dino" release from Proper Box, you will really have a fine library of his Capitol recordings.