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Dean Martin "Collected Cool" is the first ever career-defining box set for the legendary Dean Martin. This lavish 4-disc collection includes rare, unreleased audio and rare footage plus all of Dean's biggest hits and signature tunes from both his Capitol Records and Reprise years. Complimenting the music and DVD is a 60-page booklet containing essays, extensive liner notes and rare photos from archives.

Disc 1 follows Dino's early rise to stardom and features the best of his Capitol Records years, packed with his biggest hits, signature songs, rarities and career-defining recordings.

Disc 2 features some of Martin's biggest and most cherished hits from his rich and fruitful Reprise years plus a stripped-down version of the No. 1 hit single Everybody Loves Somebody, which originally topped the charts and knocked the Beatles from the No. 1 spot.

Disc 3 features a rare, live audio recording of Dino's concert at Cal-Neva Lodge in Lake Tahoe, CA, on July 27, 1962. This 52 minute performance has never been released in its entirety.

Disc 4 is a DVD featuring 60 minutes of live footage from his show at London's Apollo Victoria theatre show in 1983. This performance originally aired only on Showtime and has never been made commercially available until now.

Collected Cool [3 CD/DVD Box Set]

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