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Dean Martin - The Dean Martin Television Show Album

Dean Martin - The Dean Martin Television Show Album
Performer: Dean Martin
Title: The Dean Martin Television Show
Country: US
Genre: Pop / TV & Radio
Released: 1966
Catalog number: RS-6233, RS 6233
Label: Reprise Records
MP3 album szie: 1960 mb
FLAC album size: 2455 mb


Written-By – Razaf, Denniker
Written-By – Clarkson, Clarkson, Van Steeden
3Just Friends
Written-By – Klenner, Lewis
4The Things We Did Last Summer
Written-By – Styne, Cahn
5It's The Talk Of The Town
Written-By – Neiburg, Livingston, Symes
6I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face
Written-By – Lerner, Loewe
7If I Had You
Written-By – Campbell, Connelly, Shapiro
8What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?
Written-By – Lyman, Donaldson
9The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else)
Written-By – Kahn, Jones
10Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
Written-By – Warfield, Williams


  • Art DirectionEd Thrasher
  • ConductorLes Brown
  • EngineerLowell Frank
  • Illustration [Cover]Bernie Fuchs
  • Liner NotesStan Cornyn
  • PianoKen Lane
  • ProducerJimmy Bowen


Original Terre Haute Pressing, shows #4 (jacket mfg. plant) lower right rear sleeve.

'Steamboat', tri-color, pastel label

1st Category: sleeve; 2nd: labels


  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): 30,609
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): 30,610
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etch, except º & "T" Stamps): RS 6233-A - 30609-1A º B1 T
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Etch, except º & "T" Stamps): 30610 RS 6233 B 1-A — º A1 111 T
  • Other (Jacket Mfg. Plant #): 4


  • Mastered At – Customatrix
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
  • Manufactured By – Claude Productions, Inc.
  • Record Company – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Licensed Through – Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.

Short intro

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