vinyl'Sleep Warm' was the record that Frank Sinatra conducted for his newfound pal Dean Martin. Recorded over just three nights in October 1958, it was Dino's first stereo release and remains a fan favorite, thanks both to Sinatra's sensitive baton work and Martin's uncharacteristically understated singing.The arrangements are by Pete King.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 album contains 5 bonus tracks, 4 with an orchestra conducted by Dick Stabile and 1 conducted by Don Costa. Tracks: Side A: 1. Sleep Warm 2. Hit The Road To Dreamland 3. Dream 4. Cuddle Up A Little Closer 5. Sleepy Time Gal 6. Good Night Sweetheart 7. All I Do Is Dream Of You 8. Let's Put Out The Lights (And Go To Sleep) Side B: 1. Dream A Little Dream Of Me 2. Wrap Your Trouble In Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away) 3. Goodnight, My Love 4. Brahms' Lullaby Bonus Tracks 5. I Know A Dream When I See One (Dick Stabile + Orchestra) 6. When It's Sleepy Time Down South (Dick Stabile + Orchestra) 7. Two Sleepy People (With Line Renaud) (Dick Stabile + Orchestra) 8. Magic Is The Moonlight (Don Costa + Orchestra) 9. With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming (Dick Stabile + Orchestra).