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Album: The Definitive Pop Collection [Remaster]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Splish Splash
2)    Early in the Morning
3)    Queen of the Hop
4)    Plain Jane
5)    Dream Lover
6)    Mack the Knife
7)    That's All
8)    Beyond the Sea
9)    Clementine
10)    Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey
11)    I Found a New Baby
12)    Artificial Flowers
13)    Lazy River
14)    Nature Boy
15)    Irresistible You
1)    You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
2)    Multiplication
3)    What'd I Say
4)    Things
5)    I'm Sitting on Top of the World
6)    Baby Face
7)    You're the Reason I'm Living
8)    18 Yellow Roses
9)    As Long as I'm Singing
10)    If I Were a Carpenter
11)    Reason to Believe
12)    Lovin' You
13)    Lady Came from Baltimore, The
14)    Simple Song of Freedom - (live)
15)    Curtain Falls, The - (live)
 
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Performer Notes
  • Audio Remasterers: Dave Schultz; Daniel Hersch; Bill Inglot.
  • Liner Note Author: James Ritz.
  • Recording information: The Desert Inn (04/10/1958-02/06/1971); The Flamingo, Las Vegas, NV (04/10/1958-02/06/1971).
  • Arrangers: Donald Peake; Fred Norman; Jack Nitzsche; Richard Wess; Richard Behrke Trio; Jimmie Haskell; Billy May; Bob Halley; Quitman Dennis; Bobby Darin; Bobby Scott.
  • Thirty tracks of Bobby Darin performances, ranging from "Splish Splash" to "If I Were a Carpenter" and beyond, don't come around every day. Granted, Rhino's Definitive Pop Collection could have included at least ten more songs spread across these two discs, but the track selection is peerless and the sound is as good as it gets. Beginning with the four Top 40 hits Darin recorded in the late '50s as a teen idol, the set moves directly into his vocal pop prime with the Top Ten placings "Dream Lover" "Mack the Knife," and "Beyond the Sea," before wrapping up the first disc midway through 1961 (when he recorded no less than seven hits). The second disc finds Darin coming to terms with the folk boom of the '60s, most memorably with his Tim Hardin covers ("If I Were a Carpenter," "Reason to Believe," "The Lady Came from Baltimore"), but also with great covers of Ray Charles' "What'd I Say" and the Lovin' Spoonful's "Lovin' You." ~ John Bush
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