Everybody Loves Somebody (album)

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Everybody Loves Somebody
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Compilation album by
ReleasedAugust 4, 1964 (1964-08-04)
GenreTraditional pop
LabelReprise
Dean Martin compilation album chronology
This Is Dean Martin!
(1958)
Everybody Loves Somebody
(1964)
Hey, Brother, Pour the Wine
(1964)

Everybody Loves Somebody is a 1964 album by Dean Martin on Reprise Records.[1] The album was assembled quickly from B-sides and previously released album cuts recorded between February 1962 and April 1964 in order to capitalize on the success of the title track,[2] but still reached 2 on the albums chart[citation needed] and obtained Gold certification.[citation needed][3] It was released on the same day as the Dream with Dean studio album which also contained another version of "Everybody Loves Somebody", but not the version on the singles charts, hence the B-sides compilation had "The Hit Version" emblazoned on the cover and outsold the new studio album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Everybody Loves Somebody
  2. "Your Other Love"
  3. "Shutters and Boards"
  4. "Baby-O"
  5. "A Little Voice"
  6. "Things"
  7. My Heart Cries For You
  8. "Siesta Fiesta"
  9. "From Lover to Lover"
  10. "Just Close Your Eyes"
  11. Corrine Corrina
  12. "Face in a Crowd"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard - 24 Oct 1964 - Page 46 "Dean Martin in the Reprise album "Everybody Loves Somebody"".
  2. ^ Bowen, Jimmy (1997). Rough Mix: An Unapologetic Look at the Music Business and How It Got That Way. Simon & Schuster. p. 92. We rushed the Everybody Loves Somebody album while the single was still hot.
  3. ^ All Music