Back in my college days at New Paltz, I (VERY OCCASIONALLY) would be at a particular bar when it was closing time, which was 4 a.m. And to let people know it was about time to clear out, the bartender would put on a this song.
Here's a JEOPARDY! clue: 1/18/60 (went to) #6 - intro by Benny Goodman in 1948, from the 1945 French song La Mer. If you read the title of this piece, you know the title of that song.
I wasn't a huge fan of Bobby Darin, but I do like that song, possibly more than his overplayed big hit, Mack the Knife; interesting how both songs were remakes of earlier 20th century European tunes. I do have Darin's greatest hits album, which is just the LP version digitized, including some corny monologue. Never saw that Kevin Spacey film.
Anyway, Bobby Darin, who was born on 14 May 1936, died thirty-five years ago today. This means he's been dead almost as long as he was alive.
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