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Live from Las Vegas (Dean Martin album)

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Live from Las Vegas (Dean Martin album)

Live from Las Vegas
Live album by Dean Martin
Released 2005
Label Capitol
Producer Charles Pignone and Terry Woodson

Live from Las Vegas is a live album of an April 4, 1967 performance by Dean Martin at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. It was released in 2005 as part of the Las Vegas Centennial Collection. The album was featured on The Sopranos season 4 finale titled "Whitecaps".

Track listing

  1. Fanfare with Intro & Opening Theme (Everybody Loves Somebody) (Taylor - Lane)
  2. Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes / Pennies From Heaven (Bourbon) / Hello Dolly (Vegas)! (Jonson/Johnston - Burke/Herman)
  3. Monologue
  4. June in January (Robin - Rainger)
  5. Everybody Loves Somebody (Taylor - Lane)
  6. Baby Face (Davis - Akst)
  7. That's Amore (Warren - Brooks)
  8. Everybody Loves Somebody Instrumental run-off / Monologue (Taylor - Lane)
  9. Try a Little Tenderness / Love Walked in / Cecilia / Me and My Gal / Swing Low, Sweet Chariot / My Heart Sings / There's No Tomorrow (O Sole Mio) / It was a Very Good Year (Woods - Campbell - Connelly/Gershwin - Gershwin/Dreyer - Ruby/Furber - Gay /Traditional/Rome - Herpin - Jamblan/Hoffman - Corday - Carr/Drake)
  10. You Made Me Love You / It Had to Be You / Nevertheless (Monaco - McCarthy/Kahn - Jones/Kalmar - Ruby)
  11. Welcome to My World (Winkler - Hathcock)
  12. If You Knew Susie (Like I Know Susie) (DeSylva - Meyer)
  13. Volare (Nel Blu Di Pinto Di Blu) / On an Evening in Roma (Sott'er Celo De Roma) (Parish - Modugno - Migliacci/Taccani - Fredrics - Bertini)
  14. Monologue
  15. Celebrity Introduction
  16. Mr. Wonderful (Bock - Holofcener - Weiss)
  17. Closing Theme (Everybody Loves Somebody) (Taylor - Lane)
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