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Dean Martin - Cha Cha de Amor (Stereo)
[ST 1702]

Capitol Records Stereo 1962

Cha Cha de Amor is an album consisting of the last tracks recorded by Dean Martin for Capitol Records, released in 1962. After recording these sessions, Martin joined Frank Sinatra's Reprise Records label. This album's songs were recorded between December 18th and December 20th of 1961. Cha Cha de Amor was released on November 5, 1962 (see 1962 in music). The backing orchestra was conducted and arranged by Nelson Riddle. The album consists of twelve songs built upon an "authentic Afro-Cuban rhythm section."

Side 1.

1. Somebody Loves You 2:34
2. My One And Only Love 2:29
3. Love (Your Spell Is Everywhere) 2:25
4. I Wish You Love 2:24
5. Cha Cha Cha D'Amour (Melodie D'Amour) 2:18
6. A Hundred Years From Today 2:41

Side 2.

1. I Love You Much Too Much 2:33
2. (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons 2:21
3. Let Me Love You Tonight 2:21
4. Amor 3:10
5. Two Loves Have I 2:09
6. If Love Is Good To Me 3:04

Notes:

Dean Martin™s last recording for the Capitol label was this 1962 collection of pop standards done Afro-Cuban-Latin style, with Nelson Riddle once again waving the baton and weaving his arranging magic. After recording these sessions, Martin joined Frank Sinatra's Reprise Records label. This album's songs were recorded between December 18th and December 20th of 1961. The backing orchestra was conducted and arranged by Nelson Riddle.

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