Dean Martin is an America (Ohio) actor and singer/musician, film producer and comedian. Dean was a member of the Rat Pack who frequented Las Vegas of their heyday. Dean isn’t only remembered as a Rat Pack member but in addition as a part of a singing/comedic routine with Jerry Lewis.
Dean Martin released his first studio album in 1953 titled Dean Martin Sings. Dean last studio album was released in 1983 titled The Nashville Sessions. Simply what songs were Dean’s biggest hits on the charts? “Everyone Loves Someone” went to number 1, “Return to Me” reached number 4, “Reminiscences Are Made from This” topped number 1 and “That’s Amore” only made it to number 2.
Dean Martin songs not only are nice songs for older generations. People who appreciate the crooning era of today like Michael Buble and Tommy Ward can thank greats like Dean Martin for crafting their style.
10. Everyone Loves Someone
Released in 1964, on album Everyone Loves Someone The Hit Version
9. Dream a Little Dream of Me
The song was first written and released in 1931. Nevertheless Dean’s version was released in 1950
8. You’re No one ’til Someone Loves You
Released in 1965 however was first revealed in 1944.
7. I Wish You Love
The song was first released in French as Que reste-t-il de nos amours in 1943.
6. Pretty As A Picture
Song was written by Johnny Anz.
5. Ain’t That A Kick In The Head
Released in 1960 first by Dean Martin
Song was written by Lionel Newman and Haven Gillespie. Released in 1951-1952.
3. Reminiscences Are Made Of This
Released in 1956.
2. I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
Released in 1959 on album A Winter Romance
1. That’s Amore
Released in 1953 on album Dean Martin Sings