Bobby Darin

"The sweetest sounds I'll ever hear are still inside my head ..." (Audio)

Bobby's Sweetest Sounds

"... Having a super-talented artist who was as comfortable with rock 'n' roll,
folk, country, blues and jazz as he was with a standard, and who had the guts
to try it all, raised career concerns in my head; the manager simply
trying to do the right thing. Thank goodness he didn't listen ..."

--Steve Blauner--

  • SONGWRITING

    January 17, 1956: Bobby Darin and Don Kirshner
    copyright their first song, "Bubble Gum Pop."  

    Bobby discussing songwriting Audio   "Rainin'" Audio

    Bobby discussing songwriting Audio

    Songs Bobby penned  List
  • THE SONG AND THE SINGER


    December 16, 1957:  American Bandstand  debut singing "Don't Call My Name"Audio  

    Discography  List   
    Darin songs on CD  List
    Sing along with Bobby  Lyrics
    "Hottest Singer Since Elvis"  Article
    "Bobby Darin & the Turn from Junk Music"  Article
    "Rock Singer or Cabaret Crooner"  Article
    "Little Singer with a BIG EGO"  Article


  • GENRE GEMS

    Rock 'n' Roll
    "Bullmoose" Audio
    "Dream Lover" Audio
    "Brand New House" Audio

    Pop/Standards
     "As Long As I'm Singin'" Audio
    "Beyond the Sea" Audio
    "This Isn't Heaven" Audio

    Folk/Country
    "If I Were a Carpenter" Audio
    "Simple Song of Freedom" Audio
    "Sweet Reasons" Audio

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