Single by Bobby Darin. from the album That's All. B-side. Mack the Knife" was introduced to the United States hit parade by Louis Armstrong in 1956, but the song is most closely associated with Bobby Darin, who recorded his version at Fulton Studios on West 40th Street, New York City, on December 19, 1958 (with Tom Dowd engineering the recording). Even though Darin was reluctant to release the song as a single, in 1959 it reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and number six on the Black Singles chart, and earned him a Grammy Award for Record of the Year. Deana Martin recorded "Mack the Knife" on her second studio album, Volare, released in 2009 by Big Fish Records. Frank Sinatra and Jimmy Buffett recorded a duet of the song for Sinatra's final album Duets II. Tito Puente recorded an instrumental version.
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Скачать минус песни Mack the Knife 128kbps. And he shows 'em, pearly white. Just a jack knife has Macheath, dear. And he keeps it, keeps it way out of sight. When that shark bites with his teeth, dear. Mack the knife (Оркестр) Bobby Darin 3:07 320 kbps ориг. Mack the Knife Ella Fitzgerald 2:42 218 kbps -. Mack the Knife Robbie Williams 3:26 256 kbps -. Mack the Knife Louis Armstrong 3:17 214 kbps -. More Bobby Darin 2:21 128 kbps -. Beyond The Sea 2 Bobby Darin 3:33 320 kbps -. Найти ещё. Поделиться.
Album That’s All. Mack the Knife Lyrics. Oh the shark, babe Has such teeth, dear And he shows them Pearly white Just a jackknife Has old Macheath, babe And he keeps it Out of sight. You know when that shark bites With his teeth, babe Scarlet billows Start to spread Fancy gloves, though Wears ol' Macheath, babe So there's never, never a trace of red. Now, on the side walk, ooh Sunday morning, uh huh Lies a body just oozing life. The Darin version was a hit single, hit number one on the Billboard Top 100 in 1959, won a Grammy for Record Of The Year for Darin the same year, listed as the third most popular song of all time by Billboard, reached on the Rolling Stone top 500 songs, and Simon Cowell named Mack the Knife as the single greatest song. Mack the Knife" Track Info. Written By Kurt Weill & Bertolt Brecht.
Bobby Darin was such a multi-talented performer, that he is the ONLY one that Sammy Davis,Jr. also multi-talented) didn't want to be on the same bill with-for fear of Bobby upstaging him. This was all in respect, not anger or jealousy. The man was THAT good, no GREAT. This collection is especially a must-have to go with Splish Splash: Best of Bobby Darin Vo., another terrific collection. Bobby Darin was the epitome of cool and it shows, especially in this collection. I own it on both cassette and cd and have no problems with the audio whatsoever . Anyone working on an album with him gave him the utmost respect for his musical knowledge. It was a shame he died so young, otherwise I'm sure Bobby would still be making some contributions to music.
|A1||Queen Of The Hop|
|A3||(Won't You Come Home) Bill Bailley|
|B1||Mack The Knife|
|B2||Beyond The Sea|
|B4||Somebody To Love|
|B5||I'll Be There|
|A||Mack The Knife
Conductor – Richard WessWritten-By – Brecht*, Weill*, Blitzstein*
|B||Beyond The Sea
Arranged By, Conductor – Richard WessWritten-By – Trenet*, Lawrence*
|ATL 70.008||Bobby Darin||Mack The Knife / Beyond The Sea (7", Single, Lar)||Atlantic||ATL 70.008||Sweden||1958|
|ATL 70.008||Bobby Darin||Mack The Knife / Beyond The Sea (7", Single, 4-P)||Atlantic||ATL 70.008||Sweden||1958|
|OS13056||Bobby Darin||Mack The Knife / Beyond The Sea (7", Single)||Atlantic||OS13056||US||Unknown|
|7-89166||Bobby Darin||Mack The Knife / Beyond the Sea (7", Single, RE, Styrene, All)||Atlantic||7-89166||US||1987|
|ATL 70.008||Bobby Darin||Mack The Knife / Beyond The Sea (7", Single)||Atlantic||ATL 70.008||Germany||1958|