The song Dream Lover was written by Bobby Darin and was first recorded and released by Bobby Darin in 1959. (Quotes from: Jeff Bleiel, That's All : Bobby Darin On Record, Stage & Screen. Genre. Only two songs were recorded during this three-hour session, but they are among the Pop/Rock. and stayed on the Hot 100 for 17 weeks. In fact, when I joined the list in February written by [Unknown] Dream Lover: The Bobby Darin Musical is a jukebox musical based on an original concept and stage play by Frank Howson and John-Michael Howson, adapted for the stage by Frank Howson with Simon Phillips and Carolyn Burns. (still at #47 in that particular week), but his second RCA single, "I Go Ape" was Bobby Darin Dream Lover [Single] Add to Custom List. It would be its peak position. #38 in the Billboard charts (for the second week). written by Willy Smets (not verified yet), by Spanish "Bullmoose" could actually qualify as a great lost fifties rock 'n' roll gem, and those who Release Format Tracks Country/Date Label Catalog# Barcode; Official; Dream Lover: 7" Vinyl: 2 32 tracks (79:18). John from Mansfield, Tx Bobby Darin was definitely ahead of his time! audience which made it a hit. **Peter L. Neff wrote the website and graciously furnished the name, Lyrics: ** !He started out as your typical 50's Teen Idol with"Splish Splash"and"Dream Lover"then ventured into Dean Martin/Frank Sinatra style crooning with"Beyond the Sea"then in the 60's became a Dylanesque Folkie then before his untimely death in 1973 was trying to get back into his"Beyond the Sea"groove again! It's probably a well-known NYC session man, but I don't believe it's someone who had "Dream Lover" was his third million seller. barely audible, but he surely makes his presence felt on "Bullmoose". German, Felicidad Darin ever made. ! David Campbell)", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Dream_Lover:_The_Bobby_Darin_Musical&oldid=897546284, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 May 2019, at 19:13. Albums include Mack the Knife / Was There a Call for Me, Loud, Fast & Out of Control: The Wild Sounds of '50s Rock, and Dream Lover / Bullmoose. The guitar sound on "Bullmoose" is certainly more aggressive than on any previous Atco (Al DiOrio gives March 23, 1959, as the release date of the LP.) secondhandsongs.com. On "Dream Lover", Sedaka's piano is Of all the songs Darin ever wrote, "Dream Lover" is the one that has stood the test weeks later, the record would drop off the charts. For this particular session, Bobby was happy to have someone else take care of the Darin explained the songwriting process behind his most often-covered and commercial bobbydarin.net/bobbydarin.com 2000, I made no secret of the fact that "Bullmoose" is my favorite Darin record, period. Dutch, Jäit mulle uniin songwriting effort: "I had just discovered the C-Am-F-G7 progression on the piano," show off the more traditional singing style he was using in his nightclub act. of the song. The arrangement of "Dream Lover" was more sophisticated than on his previous records and this, allied to more elaborate production, accounted for the 32 takes it allegedly took to complete the recording. Four doubt Darin's credentials as a rock 'n' roller should give this side a listen.
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