Sleep Warm

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Sleep Warm
Studio album by Dean Martin
Released March 2, 1959
Recorded October 13–15, 1958, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California, United States of America
Genre Vocal
Length 37:04
Label Capitol
Producer Lee Gillette
Dean Martin chronology
Pretty Baby
(1957)
Sleep Warm
(1959)
A Winter Romance
(1959)
Frank Sinatra chronology
The Man I Love
(1957)
Sleep Warm
(1958)
Frank Sinatra Conducts Music From Pictures And Plays
(1962)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Sleep Warm is an album recorded by Dean Martin for Capitol Records in three sessions between October 13, 1958 and October 15, 1958 with arrangements by Pete King and orchestra conducted by Frank Sinatra. Described in the liner notes as a "beguiling set of lullabies for moderns," the selections follow a "bedtime" concept with several of the song titles containing the words "dream" and/or "sleep."

The completed album was released March 2, 1959. In 1963, Capitol Records re-released Sleep Warm under the title Dean Martin Sings/Sinatra Conducts.

Track listing[edit]

LP[edit]

Capitol Records Catalog Number (S)[2] T-1150

Side A[edit]

Session 7333; Master 30400. Recorded October 14, 1958.
Session 7266; Master 30150. Recorded October 15, 1958.
Session 7322; Master 30354. Recorded October 13, 1958.
Session 7322; Master 30357. Recorded October 13, 1958.
Session 7266; Master 30147. Recorded October 15, 1958.
Session 7322; Master 30356. Recorded October 13, 1958.

Side B[edit]

Session 7266; Master 30149. Recorded October 15, 1958.
Session 7333; Master 30401. Recorded October 14, 1958.
Session 7322; Master 30355. Recorded October 13, 1958.
Session 7266; Master 30148. Recorded October 15, 1958.
Session 7333; Master 30403. Recorded October 14, 1958.
Session 7333; Master 30402. Recorded October 14, 1958.

Compact Disc[edit]

Ed. 1996[edit]

Capitol Compact Disc Catalog Number 7243 8 37500 2 3

Ed. 2005[edit]

Collectors' Choice Music reissue added four more tracks to the twelve tracks on the original Capitol LP. Catalog Number WWCCM06022.

Session 2309; Master 9020-6. Recorded September 15, 1951.
  • 2. "Humdinger" (Edna Lewis / Irving Fields)
Session 7757; Master 31691-11. Recorded May 15, 1959.
Session 1726; Master 5923-3. Recorded April 28, 1950.
  • 4. "Zing-A Zing-A-Boom" (Black-Out e Ze Maria / Glen Moore)
Session 1646; Master 5605-4. Recorded March 3, 1950.

Complete Musical Credits[edit]

  • Dean Martin: Vocals.
  • Frank Sinatra: Leader.
  • Benjamin Barrett: Contractor.
  • Alfred Viola: Guitar.
  • Joseph G. 'Joe' Comfort: Bass.
  • Alvin A Stoller: Drums (Sessions 7322 and 7333).
  • William Richmond: Drums (Session 7266).
  • Ken Lane: Piano.
  • William Miller: Piano.
  • Elizabeth Greensporn: Cello.
  • Edgar 'Ed' Lustgarten: Cello (Session 7322).
  • Kurt Reher: Cello (Session 7333).
  • Eleanor Aller Slatkin (Session 7266).
  • Kathryn Julye: Harp (Sessions 7322 and 7266).
  • Stella Castellucci: Harp (Session 7333).
  • Alvin Dinkin: Viola (Sessions 7322 and 7266).
  • Louis Kievman: Viola (Session 7322).
  • Alexander Neiman: Viola (Session 7333).
  • Paul Robyn: Viola (Session 7333 and 7266).
  • Victor Arno: Violin.
  • Harry Bluestone: Violin (Session 7322).
  • Jacques Gasselin: Violin (Session 7322).
  • James Getzoff: Violin (Session 7333).
  • Seymour Kramer: Violin (Session 7322).
  • Carl LaMagna: Violin (Session 7322).
  • Daniel 'Dan' Lube: Violin.
  • Amerigo Marino: Violin.
  • Alexander 'Alex' Murray: Violin (Session 7333).
  • Erno Neufeld: Violin (Session 7333).
  • Louis Raderman: Violin (Session 7266).
  • Paul C. Shure: Violin.
  • Felix Slatkin: Violin (Session 7266).
  • Marshall Sosson: Violin (Session 7266).
  • Gerald Vinci: Violin (Sessions 7333 and 7266).
  • Jack Cave: French Horn (Sessions 7322 and 7333).
  • Gus Bivona: Saxophone (Session 7266).
  • Herman C. Gunkler: Saxophone (Sessions 7322 and 7333).
  • Dale Issenhuth: Saxophone.
  • Jules Jacob: Saxophone.
  • Abraham E. Most: Saxophone.
  • Theodore M. 'Ted' Nash: Saxophone (Sessions 7322 and 7333).
  • Wilbur Schwartz: Saxophone (Session 7266).
  • Frances L. 'Joe' Howard: Trombone (Session 7266).
  • Murray McEachern: Trombone (Session 7266).
  • George M. Roberts: Trombone (Session 7266).
  • Frank F. Beach: Trumpet (Session 7266).
  • Conrad Gozzo: Trumpet (Session 7266).
  • Dale McMickle: Trumpet (Session 7266).
  • Edwin L 'Buddy' Cole: Piano.
  • Julian C. 'Matty' Matlock: Clarinet.
  • Charles T. 'Chuck' Gentry: Saxophone.
  • Edward R. Miller: Saxophone.
  • Elmer R. 'Moe' Schneider: Trombone.
  • Charles Richard 'Dick' Cathcart: Trumpet.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ The optional 'S' indicates a stereo recording)