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Bobby Darin

There's been considerable discussion about whether Bobby Darin should be classified as a rock & roll singer, a Vegas hipster cat, an interpreter of popular standards, or even a folk-rocker. He was all of these and none of these. Throughout his career he made a point of not becoming committed to any one style at the exclusion of others; at the height of his nightclub fame he incorporated a folk set into his act. When it appeared he could have gone on indefinitely as a sort of junior version of Frank Sinatra, he would periodically record pop/rock and folk-rock singles whose principal appeal lay outside of the adult pop market. At one point he started calling himself Bob Darin and recorded songs with vague anti-establishment overtones that could be said to be biting the largely bourgeois hands that fed his highest-paying gigs. It may be most accurate to say that Darin was, above all, a singer who wanted to do a lot of things, rather than make his mark as a particular stylist. That may have cost him some points as far as making it to the very top of certain genres, but it also makes his work more versatile than almost any other vocalist of his era.

When Darin had his first hits in the late '50s, he was a teen idol of sorts, albeit a teen idol with much more talent and mature command than the typical singer in that style. The novelty-tinged "Splish Splash" was his breakthrough smash, followed by "Queen of the Hop" and the ballad "Dream Lover." There was a slight R&B feel to Darin's delivery that may well have influenced R&B-pop/rock singers such as Dion, though it would be an exaggeration to call Darin a blue-eyed soul man. In late 1959, he found a new direction when the swinging "Mack the Knife," a tune from Brecht-Weill's musicalThreepenny Opera, made number one. The song came from an album of pop standards, heralding his move toward light big-band jazz, which was consolidated by the Top Ten success of "Beyond the Sea" in 1960.

In the early '60s, Darin had mostly abandoned rock for the adult pop market, becoming a huge success on the Vegas-nightclub circuit, and moving into the all-around entertainer mode with starring roles in movies (including one as a non-singing jazz musician in John Cassavetes' Too Young Blues). He also continued to score regular hits with the likes of "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby," "Things," and "Lazy River." To keep people guessing, there was also a hit cover of "What'd I Say" and some country tunes (one of which, "You're the Reason I'm Living," made it to number three on the pop charts). Around 1963, he put a folk section into his nightclub act that employed guitarist Roger McGuinn, who was then a couple of years away from fame as the leader of the Byrds.

Darin didn't make the expected retreat into Rat Pack land when his records stopped making the upper reaches of the charts in the mid-'60s. In 1965, there was a rather nice self-penned jangly folk-rocker, "When I Get Home," that become a British hit for the Searchers. Another 1965 flop, "We Didn't Ask to Be Brought Here," was an unexpected antiwar tune. When he made his return to the Top Ten in late 1966, it was with a cover of a gentle Tim Hardin folk-rock song, "If I Were a Carpenter." His final Top 40 hit the following year, "Lovin' You," opted for material by another major folk-rock composer, John Sebastian.

Darin may indeed have been far hipper and more politically aware than the average nightclub act, covering tunes by Dylan and the Rolling Stones, participating in a 1965 civil rights march to Alabama, and penning some Dylan-influenced songs of his own in the late '60s. It doesn't seem accurate to say that this was the true Bobby Darin, shedding his show biz skin for something that came to him more naturally; in 1967, the same year he covered Jagger-Richards' "Back Street Girl," he also recorded material for an album titled Bobby Darin Sings Doctor Dolittle. By the early '70s he was working Vegas and similar joints again, exchanging his blue jeans for a tuxedo, and hosting a TV variety series. In a much odder turn of events, began recording for Motown, though these efforts met little success.

Afflicted with a rheumatic heart, Darin was always aware that his time might be limited, and he died near the end of 1973 during open-heart surgery. He left behind a considerable quantity (and diversity) of recorded work, and underwent a critical reevaluation of sorts, especially among rock critics, which might have aided his election to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1990. A 1996 four-CD box set, divided into thematic discs, attempted to put his wide-ranging efforts into perspective. In 2004, actor Kevin Spacey starred as Bobby Darin in the feature film biography Beyond the Sea. Spacey also directed and sang Darin's songs for the film, which were released as the film's soundtrack. Beyond the Sea may have been the splashiest celebration of Darin's legacy, but the singer never receded from the pop culture spotlight, as his music continued to appear in films and see reissues, including the 2016 compilation Another Song on My Mind, which shined a spotlight on his underappreciated Motown work from the early '70s. ~ Richie Unterberger
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Selected Discography


Track List: Beyond The Sea / That's The Way Love Is [Digital 45]


Track List: Hello Dolly To Goodbye Charlie

1. Hello Dolly!

2. Call Me Irresponsible

3. The Days Of Wine And Roses

4. More

5. The End Of Never

6. Charade

7. Once In A Lifetime

8. Sunday In New York

9. Where Love Has Gone

10. Look At Me

11. Goodbye, Charlie


Track List: Dream Lover (Live)


Track List: The Swinging Side Of Bobby Darin

1. I Got Rhythm

2. I'm Beginning To See The Light

3. I'm Sitting On Top Of The World

4. There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder

5. Fly Me To The Moon

6. All Of You

7. Hello Young Lovers

8. Just In Time

9. This Nearly Was Mine

10. Make Someone Happy

11. I Wanna Be Around

12. On The Street Where You Live

13. The Good Life


Track List: The Legendary Bobby Darin

1. Once In A Lifetime

2. More

3. Charade

4. Beyond The Sea (Live)

5. As Long As I'm Singing

6. Mack The Knife (Live)

7. On The Street Where You Live

8. Hello, Dolly!

9. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

10. The Good Life

11. I Got Rhythm

12. Oh! Look At Me Now

13. Moon River

14. You're The Reason I'm Living

15. Call Me Irresponsible

16. Goodby, Charlie

17. Softly, As I Leave You

18. Venice Blue

19. If A Man Answers

20. 18 Yellow Roses

21. If I Were A Carpenter

22. Hits Medley

23. (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher

24. The Curtain Falls (Live)


Track List: The Hit Singles Collection

1. Splish Splash

2. Early In The Morning

3. Queen Of The Hop

4. Plain Jane

5. Dream Lover

6. Mack The Knife

7. Beyond The Sea

8. Clementine

9. Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home

10. Artificial Flowers

11. Lazy River

12. You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby

13. Irresistible You

14. Multiplication

15. What'd I Say

16. Things

17. You're The Reason I'm Living

18. 18 Yellow Roses

19. If I Were A Carpenter


Track List: Splish Splash (Live)

1. Splish Splash (Live)

3. Dream Lover (Live)

5. Once Upon A Time

6. Funny What Love Can Do

9. Don't Rain On My Parade

10. Mack The Knife (Live)


Track List: Great Swings (Remastered)

3. Beautiful Things

4. Beyond The Sea (Live)

6. Don'T Rain On My Parade

8. Feeling Good

10. It'S Only A Paper Moon

12. Keep A Walkin'

15. Mack The Knife (Live)

16. Once Upon A Time

17. Other Half Of Me


Track List: Great Gentlemen Of Song / Spotlight On Bobby Darin / Volume 5

1. Alabamy Bound

2. Blue Skies

3. You'll Never Know

4. Standing On The Corner

5. I'm Beginning To See The Light

6. The Good Life

7. Oh! Look At Me Now

8. Just In Time

9. You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It)

10. All Of You

11. There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder

12. Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)

13. I Got Rhythm

14. All By Myself

15. I Wanna Be Around

16. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

17. Call Me Irresponsible

18. My Buddy

19. Always

20. I'm Sitting On Top Of The World


Track List: The Capitol Collector's Series

1. If A Man Answers

2. A True True Love

3. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now

4. As Long As I'm Singing

5. The Sermon Of Samson

6. You're The Reason I'm Living

7. 18 Yellow Roses

8. Treat My Baby Good

9. Be Mad Little Girl

10. Since You've Been Gone

11. Things In This House

12. Wait By The Water

13. Hello Dolly!

14. Goodbye, Charlie

15. That Funny Feeling

16. Venice Blue

17. In A World Without You

18. Lonely Road

19. Gyp The Cat

20. When I Get Home


Track List: The Ultimate Bobby Darin

1. Splish Splash

2. Queen Of The Hop

3. Plain Jane

4. Dream Lover

5. Mack The Knife

6. Clementine

7. Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home

8. Lazy River

9. You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby

10. Irresistible You

11. Multiplication

12. Things

13. I'll Be There

14. Early In The Morning

15. Artificial Flowers

16. Somebody To Love

17. Beyond The Sea


Track List: Live At The Desert Inn

1. Intro / Monologue (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

2. Save The Country (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

3. Moritat (Mack The Knife) (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

4. Fire And Rain (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

5. Hi De Ho (That Old Sweet Roll) (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

6. Monologue #2 (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

7. Beatles Medley: Hey Jude/Eleanor Rigby/Blackbird/A Day in the Life (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

8. (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

9. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

10. Monologue #3 (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

11. If I Were A Carpenter (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

12. Simple Song Of Freedom (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

13. Finale Band Introduction (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)

14. Encore: Chain Of Fools/Respect/Splish Splash/Johnny B. Goode (Live At The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada/1971)


Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Splish Splash

2. Dream Lover

3. 18 Yellow Roses

4. On Broadway

5. La Bamba

6. Mack The Knife (Live)

7. If I Were A Carpenter

9. Happy (Love Theme From "Lady Sings The Blues"

10. Fly Me To The Moon


Track List: Venice Blue

1. Venice Blue (Que C'est Triste Venis)

2. I Wanna Be Around

3. Somewhere

4. The Good Life

5. Dear Heart

6. Softly, As I Leave You

7. You Just Don't Know

8. There Ain't No Sweet Gal Worth The Salt Of My Tears

9. Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)

10. A Taste Of Honey

11. In A World Without You


Track List: It's You Or No One

1. It's You Or No One

2. I Hadn't Aanyone Till You

3. Not Mine

4. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me

5. I've Never Been In Love Before

6. All Or Nothing At All

7. Only One Little Item

8. Don't Get Around Much Anymore

9. How About Me

10. I'll Be Around

11. All I Do Is Cry

12. I Guess I'm Good For Nothing But The Blues


Track List: You're The Reason I'm Living

1. Sally Was A Good Old Girl

2. Be Honest With Me

3. Oh, Lonesome Me

4. (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle

5. It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin'

6. You're The Reason I'm Living

7. Please Help Me I'm Falling (In Love With You)

8. Under Your Spell Again

9. Here I Am

10. Who Can I Count On?

11. Now You're Gone

12. Release Me


Track List: Golden Folk Hits

1. Mary Don't You Weep

2. Where Have All The Flowers Gone?

3. If I Had A Hammer (The Hammer Song)

4. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

5. Greenback Dollar

6. Why Daddy Why

7. Michael Row The Boat Ashore

8. Abilene

9. Green, Green

10. Settle Down (Goin' Down That Highway)

11. Blowin' In The Wind

12. Train To The Sky


Track List: Things & Other Things

1. Things

2. I'll Be There

3. Lost Love

4. Look For My True Love

5. Beachcomber

6. Now We're One

7. You're Mine

8. OO-EE Train

9. Jailer Bring Me Water

10. Nature Boy

11. Theme From "Come September"

12. Sorrow Tomorrow


Track List: Bobby Darin Sings Ray Charles

1. What'd I Say

2. I Got A Woman (aka I've Got A Woman)

3. Tell All The World About You

4. Tell Me How Do You Feel

5. My Bonnie

6. The Right Time

7. Hallelujah I Love Her So

8. Leave My Woman Alonge

9. Ain't That Love

10. Drown In My Own Tears

11. That's Enough


Track List: Oh! Look At Me Now

1. All By Myself

2. My Buddy

3. There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder

4. Roses Of Picardy

5. You'll Never Know

6. Blue Skies

7. Always

8. You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It)

9. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

10. I'm Beginning To See The Light

11. Oh! Look At Me Now

12. The Party's Over


Track List: Love Swings

1. Long Ago and Far Away

2. I Didn't Know What Time It Was

3. How About You

4. The More I See You

5. It Had to Be You

6. No Greater Love

7. In Love Vain

8. Just Friends

9. Something to Remember You By

10. Skylark

11. Spring Is Here

12. I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan


Track List: For Teenagers Only

1. I Want You With Me

2. Keep a Walkin'

3. You Know How

4. Somebody to Love

5. I Ain't Sharin' Sharon

6. Pity Miss Kitty

7. That Lucky Old Sun

8. All the Way Home

9. You Never Called

10. A Picture Nobody Could Paint

11. Hush, Somebody's Callin' My Name

12. Here I'll Stay


Track List: This Is Darin

1. Clementine

2. Have You Got Any Castles, Baby

3. Don't Dream Of Anybody But Me

4. My Gal Sal

5. Black Coffee

6. Caravan

7. Guys And Dolls

8. Down With Love

9. Pete Kelly's Blues

10. All Night Long (aka All Nite Long)

11. The Gal That Got Away

12. I Can't Give You Anything But Love


Track List: Beyond The Sea

1. Artificial Flowers

2. Beyond The Sea

3. Bill Baily

5. You Gonna Miss Me

6. Goodbye Crewel World

8. Come Out Tonight

9. Somebody To Love

10. Splish Splash

11. Teenage Queen


Track List: That's All

1. Mack The Knife

2. Beyond The Sea

3. Through A Long And Sleepless Night

4. Softly As In A Early Morning Sunrise

5. She Needs Me (aka He Needs Me)

6. It Ain't Necessarily So

7. I'll Remember April

8. That's The Way Love Is

9. Was There A Call For Me

10. Some Of These Days

11. Where Is The One

12. That's All


Track List: Bobby Darin

1. Splish Splash

2. Just In Case You Changed Your Mind

3. Pretty Betty

4. Talk To Me Something

5. Judy Don't Be Moody

6. (Since Your Gone) I Can't Go On

7. I Found A Million Dollar Baby (In A Five And Ten Cent Store)

8. Wear My Ring

9. So Mean

10. Don't Call My Name

11. Brand New House

12. Actions Speak Louder Than Words


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Such an amazing talent!
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❤️❤️❤️❤️plea s e REAL MUSIC come back ����
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The King of Swing and etc! 'Mack The Knife' for me. The ultimate, polished professional in his craft. Never to be surpassed! Glenn
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Splash splash
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Darin's performance of Tim Hardin's 'If I Were A Carpenter' gives me goosebumps
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You need to play Call me Irresponsibl e more often...Grea t song!
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Bobby Darin has long been one of my favorite singers. He could really swing a song and drive the band behind him to greater heights. Such a great loss because he had so much more to give us musically, had he only lived longer. Sadly, no one has come along to replace him. The same can be said about Frank Sinatra, too.
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Bobby could do it all great entertainer
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Some of the best of the oldies
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Iloveyourson g a many more
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RIP Mr Sanatra.
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cherokeeprin c e s s 1 2 7
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I have been crazy about him from the start. Wish he was still with us.
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I am completely in love with this amazing human being known as Bobby Darin. I am so sad he's not with us today! I would have loved the opportunity to watch him perform live; possibly even sing along with him.
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LOVE Bobby Darin, was soooooo sad when he passed...ala s !
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Bobby Darin and I went to the same high school in the Bronx in New York City and Bobby went on to be a great success as recording artist....wh i c h he very much deserved .
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Whæþ þyæþ mæđĕ ñó ßėņė ñœñĕ œf þhæþ màđĕ ñœ ßĕñßĕ nn sorry I'm French what I said is that :what that made no sense none of that made no sense sorryyy
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So that meat no sense sorry about that get that to you later
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What great memories and stronger and I am in my teens having a great time with Woodstock has yet at the comeand I'll be there to have an a good time
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Back Seat of Pontiac a Bonneval 1965 with my girl Crouzon down the boulevard
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Beyond the sea (Le Mer) - Bobby Darin from The Ultimate Bobby Darin: Say no more - where a great song met a great song craftsman.
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Hello Dolly - Bobby Darin off the Capitol Collector's Series: I normally find this a real hackneyed song but Bobby manages to inject enough swing and energy into it that I enjoyed hearing it again.
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you are my dream lover but our dreams aren't dreams anymore it a real life my Mike your mimi
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One of the GREATEST entertainers EVER!!!!! He could do it all !
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Definitely a Class Act!!!!!!
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I hate to say goodnight to you my darling tonight let's give each other kisses and hugs and more and more keep them coming I can't get enough my Mike your mimi
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It was only Bobby Darin & Frank Sinatra..
For voice, phrasing..& coolness..
They owned it..& still do!
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One of the best
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One of the greatest singers, songwriters and entertainers who ever lived. What people don't realize is that he was a great actor, though didn't do much in that genre. A phenomenal loss.
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we will never say goodbye to you ever have me too signed sealed I'm yoursmoi
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you won't dream anymore my love mike
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I will come and be with you but I won't be dreaming anymore my love Mike it will be real thing mimi
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I cannot understand how Elvis Presley got more notoriety over Bobby Darin. Bobby was DEFINITELY the better dancer and singer!
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you call me your dream lover you don't have to dream anymore my love Mimi Mike
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I would fly like an eagle with huge wingspan mimi
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Bobby gone to soon Great singer.
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Love me hard again margee
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Asa Waham good song
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Jesus loves you so much
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Nice that he didn't settle for a certain type.
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My favorite is his version of "Mack the Knife".
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I love Bobby Darin so much!
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A versatile, talented, singer performer... G R E A T !
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If you don'f love Bobby and Beyond the Sea, you don't appreciate great music!!
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Bobby Daren is classic. Remains in our memories!
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