Bobby Darin is the debut album by American singer Bobby Darin released in 1958. It includes Darin's . No. 1 hit "Splish Splash". Only the most ardent Bobby Darin fans should consider purchasing this C. Splish Splash" (Bobby Darin, Murray "The K" Kaufman, Jean Murray) – 2:12.
Bobby Rahal – Lola T290 - 1972. Taken on October 17, 2009.
Album: Lola vs. Powerman And The Moneygoround, Part 1 (1970). Charted: 2 9. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Rick from Harrisburg, Pa,queens- I had the album in 1971. It's the opposite of what you say. Also: "and it tastes just like Coca-Cola". David from Youngstown, OhEssentially the same instrumentation as Apeman, another song on the same album. The lyrics are extremely different, but the same sound. I love It! Linda from Ranger, GaThis song is absolutely butchered on an epiisode of futurama. Sebastian from London, England'lola' is a rare case in which censorship actually led to an improvement on the original lyric: my own experience of that kind of club down in old soho is that the champagne does in fact taste just like cherry cola: sickly sweet and as if it was made with the wrong type of chewing gum flavour.
OHO is a RIO/Avant-Prog, Progressive Rock artist from United States. OHO. RIO/Avant-Prog, United States. Anyway, when they released their first album there wasn't a clear distinction between subgenres, and probably there's not one even today. But this means that 40 years of material written and collected for this 2015 release aren't limited by labels.
The garish album art for BOBBY's self-titled debut features two identical boys in their tighty-whiteys, one blank white and the other a photo-negative shadow; on the back, the theme is repeated with a black cat and a white cat nuzzling into an implied yin and yang. This art-folk group, comprised of recent Bennington grads (including Mountain Man's Amelia Randall Meath), are fascinated by opposites and negatives, by the sharp disparities between ambient and rhythmic, airy and earthy, restive and tranquil, male and female. The idea is more intriguing than the music itself, yet the idea is appreciated, as is the ambition to mix sounds together in subtly new ways.
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