- Released: June 21, 1994
- Originally Released: 1994
- Label: East/West Records
- 1.The Swing Low Sweet Chariot / Lonesome Road
- 2.Some Of These Days
- 3.Mack The Knife
- 4.Love For Sale
- 6.You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
- 7.Dream Lover
- 8.Bill Bailey
- 9.I Have Dreamed
- 10.I Can't Give You Anything But Love
- 11.Alright, O.K., You Win
- 12.By Myself / When Your Lover Has Gone
- 13.I Got A Woman
- 14.That's All
Personnel includes: Bobby Darin (vocals); Paul Shelley's Copacabana Orchestra.
Includes original release liner notes.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Personnel: Bobby Darin (vocals); Richard Behrke Trio (piano); Ronald Zito (drums).
Audio Remasterer: Stephen Innocenzi.
Liner Note Authors: Lee Mortimer; Gene Knight; Dorothy Kilgallen; Walter Winchell.
Photographer: Curt Gunther-Topix.
Arrangers: Richard Wess; Richard Behrke Trio; Bobby Darin; Bobby Scott; Buddy Bregman.
Recorded early in Bobby Darin's career, about 18 months after his 1959 album, THAT'S ALL, this live set finds the pop singer broadening his artistic scope, while consolidating his commercial appeal with a scattershot roster of songs that includes a creditable version of Ray Charles's "I Got a Woman," his classic swinging take on Brecht and Weill's darkly humorous "Mack the Knife," and a Sinatra-like medley of "By Myself" and "When Your Lover Has Gone." This being the early '60s, he was still performing his breakthrough hit, "Dream Lover," though at this point in his career an increasing musical sophistication was enabling him to also tackle more complex material, such as the world-weary "Love For Sale," with ease. Though his insouciant approach to the more ring-a-ding-ding material, like "Some of These Days," sounds a little forced, when he relaxes and lets the song take him, as on the ballad "I Have Dreamed," the results are nothing short of spectacular.