Dean Martin – Somewhere There’s A Someone (1966/2016) [AcousticSounds FLAC 24bit/96kHz]

Dean Martin – Somewhere There’s A Someone (1966/2016)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz  | Time – 40:32 minutes | 640 MB | Genre: Pop/Rock
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Somewhere There’s a Someone is a 1966 studio album by Dean Martin, produced by Jimmy Bowen. This was the first of five albums that Martin released in 1966, that year he also starred in three films, and appeared in his own television show. Somewhere There’s a Someone peaked at 50 on the Billboard 200.

Dean Martin scored another Top 40 pop and Top Five easy listening hit in the late winter of 1966 with “Somewhere There’s a Someone,” a song recorded in the same sort of familiar 1950s-style rock & roll arrangement that had been giving him hits since his comeback with “Everybody Loves Somebody” almost two years earlier. Reprise Records naturally wanted an album tie-in, but apparently Martin was too busy with his TV show and movies to oblige, so the label simply borrowed ten tracks from two of his earlier albums, added the two sides of the recent single, and titled the result Somewhere There’s a Someone. All the tracks were listed on the front cover, so you couldn’t accuse Reprise of deception. Dean Martin fans probably would have realized that “Any Time,” “Blue Blue Day,” “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” “I Walk the Line,” and “Room Full of Roses” had been released previously on 1963’s Country Style and that “Candy Kisses,” “I Can’t Help It” (aka Hank Williams’ “I Can’t Help It if I’m Still in Love With You”), “Bouquet of Roses,” “Just a Little Lovin’,” and “Second Hand Rose (Second Hand Heart)” had been on its follow-up, Dean “Tex” Martin Rides Again, also in 1963. Those who didn’t know probably didn’t have those two relatively poor-selling albums in their collections. And the LP’s commercial success justified the approach: Although Somewhere There’s a Someone didn’t chart as high as Martin’s recent efforts, it eventually became his eighth gold album. But this was the most egregious example yet of Reprise’s tendency to recycle its Martin catalog.

Tracklist:
01 – Somewhere There’s A Someone
02 – Any Time
03 – Blue, Blue Day
04 – I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
05 – Candy Kisses
06 – I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still In Love With You)
07 – That Old Clock On The Wall
08 – Bouquet Of Roses
09 – I Walk The Line
10 – Just A Little Lovin’ (Will Go A Long Way)
11 – Room Full Of Roses
12 – Second Hand Rose (Second Hand Heart)

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