November 7th, 2007
To Bobby Darin fans, Tom Dowd will always be the man who put the bubbles at the beginning of Splish Splash. Dowd was a certified genius in the recording studio, an artist who’s firm grasp of technique and technology made him a sought after talent in the music industry for over 50 years.
Born and raised […]
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July 7th, 2007
This clip from the “Seeing is Believing” DVD demonstrates the incredible versatility of the one and only Mr. Bobby Darin. No one could get inside a song like Bobby, and no one could draw so much raw, real emotion from a lyric as Bobby could. His take on the Nat Adderley/Oscar Brown, Jr. tune “Work […]
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