"Dino sings deceptively. You can’t hear any effort, you can barely hear any breathing."
"There’re little slurs and modulations that are as hard to sing as they are easy on the ear. In the bridge, he hits a blue note and then a line or two later ('I heard somebody whisper, please adore me') there is a little waver in his voice that brings to mind Nick Lucas, Tiny Tim’s mentor, who sang the original 'Tip-Toe Thru the Tulips.'"
Writes Bob Dylan about Dean Martin's version of "Blue Moon, in "The Philosophy of Modern Song."
Let's listen to Nick Lucas: