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Bobby Darin - Dr. Doolittle album download

Bobby Darin - Dr. Doolittle album download

Bobby Darin
Dr. Doolittle
AM Pop,Brill Building Pop,Early Pop/Rock,Traditional Pop
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Bobby Darin's 1967 album, Sings Doctor Doolittle, was his personal pet project (pun intended). Darin chose to sing ten songs from the musical film over the objections of his label, extending his repertoire from standards to folk to rock and now (kind of) kids music. Atlantic must have wondered to whom to market Sings Doctor Doolittle, which is completely fair, considering that the theatrical bomb almost ruined 20th Century-Fox. And that this is not the official soundtrack. Songwriter Leslie Bricusse won an oscar for the song "Talk to the Animals," which is included here

Bobby Darin Sings Doctor Doolittle & Born Walden Robert Cassotto. Although a huge Bobby Darin fan, I never purchased the vinyl Dr. Doolittle when it was first released, although I have since secured a copy via a record show. I guess the limited appeal of the movie didn't set me on fire.

Bobby Darin (born Walden Robert Cassotto; May 14, 1936 – December 20, 1973) was an American singer who performed in a range of music genres, including pop, rock, jazz, folk, and country. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Bobby Darin Sings Doctor Doolittle Album.

Bobby Darin Sings Doctor Dolittle is an album by American singer Bobby Darin, released in 1967. It was arranged and conducted by Roger Kellaway. The album sold poorly, received little label promotion and was subsequently dropped from the label's catalog. This, in part, was to blame for Darin's separation from Atlantic and the beginning of his own label, Direction.

Grammy Awards for Best New Artist (1959) and Best New Album ( That’s All 1959). As a highly intelligent student, Bobby Darin dropped out of college and changed his name to 'Bobby Darin' to set out in pursuit of his musical ambitions. During the late 1950s, his first well-known hit "Splish Splash" was released, quickly followed by "Dream Lover" and the unforgettable "Mack The Knife".

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Sings Doctor Dolittle features Bobby D covering all the Leslie Bricusse numbers from the film. It was his last album for Atlantic, issued in 1967 and produced by Ahmet Ertegun. Born Walden Robert Cassotto was the first of his two Folk-protest albums, recorded for his own label Direction, in 1968, in the wake of the success of If I Were A Carpenter.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 At the Crossroads Leslie Bricusse Bobby Darin 2:34
2 When I Look in Your Eyes Leslie Bricusse Bobby Darin 2:56
3 I Think I Like You Leslie Bricusse Bobby Darin 2:21
4 Where Are the Words Leslie Bricusse Bobby Darin 2:48
5 Something in Your Smile Leslie Bricusse Bobby Darin 3:30
6 Fabulous Places Leslie Bricusse Bobby Darin 2:37
7 My Friend, The Doctor Leslie Bricusse Bobby Darin 2:59
8 Beautiful Things Leslie Bricusse Bobby Darin 2:26
9 After Today Leslie Bricusse Bobby Darin 3:01
10 Talk to the Animals Leslie Bricusse Bobby Darin 3:18
  • I have always admired Bobby Darin's ability to have charisma in all his endeavors. From "Splish Splash" to "Mack the Knife". I must say when I heard the Dolittle album, for the first time in 2017, I was delighted; there is not one song that lacks that charisma, it is an absolute gem of a record. The band is superb- listen to "Talk to the Animals" wow! What charisma...