Dean Martin – Swingin’ Down Yonder

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Did Dean Martin liked “south spirit” as much as drinks ?

On the back cover of this record we can read that Dean Martin sing five titles to the Al Jolson memory, a famous artist who had major influence on artists from after-war. By the way, theses 5 tracks are old success form south of usa… Did he liked the south spirit as much as he liked to drink ? Dean was better singer than john Wayne, wasn’t he ?

Label : Music For Pleasure / Released : 1959 ?

Tracklisting :

Side A
1. Is It True What They Say About Dixie?
2. When It’s Sleepy Time Down South
3. Alabamy Bound
4. Georgia on My Mind
5. Mississippi Mud
6. Just a Little Bit South of North Carolina

Side B
1. Waiting for the Robert E Lee
2. Carolina Moon
3. Dinah
4. Basin Street Blues
5. Carolina in the Morning
6. Way Down Yonder in New Orleans

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