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Bobby Darin - From Hello Dolly to Goodbye Charlie
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Capitol Records T 2194

Hello, Dolly!
Call Me Irresponsible
The Days of Wine and Roses
More
The End of Never
Charade

Once in a Lifetime (Only Once)
Sunday in New York
Where Love Has Gone
Look at Me
Goodbye, Charlie


Just in case the big band sounds familiar, the last time you heard it it was swinging
behind me on "Mack the Knife"... and I haven't felt as good in front of a band since.
In other words, Richard Wess, welcome back.

By the way, if you know how a record is made, you won't have to read the
following. If you don't, then believe me, any record you ever hear is only as good as
its producer and engineer. My thanks to Jim Economides and Eddie Bracket. And, my
sincerest thanks to the following.

BOBBY DARIN


PERSONNEL

SAXOPHONES: Bud Shank, Ronald Langinger, Plas Johnson, John Lowe, Bill
Collette, Med Flory

TRUMPETS: Conrad Gozzo, Virgil Evans, Tony Terran, Jimmy Zito, Shorty Sherock,
Pete Candoli, Bud Brisbois, Al Porcino

TROMBONES:
Dick Nash, James Henderson, Vernon Friley, Joe Howard, Milt
Bernhart, Lew McCreary

BASS: Lyle Ritz

PIANO: Eugene DiNovi, Lou Levy

GUITAR: Milt Norman

DRUMS: Jack Sperling

CONGA: Carlos Vida

BONGOS: Nicholas Martinez

PERCUSSION/TYMPANI: Julius Wechter

CELLOS: Armand Kaproff, Eleanor Slatkin, Edgar Lustgarten, Raphael Kramer

FLUTES: Jules Jacob, Ronald Langinger

OBOE: Jules Jacob

VIOLAS: Joseph DiFiore, Alvin Dinkin, Harry Hyams, Alexander Nieman

VIOLINS: Jacob Krachmalnick, Stanley PIummer, Myron Sandier, Marshall Sosson,
Lou Raderman, Harry Bluestone, Marvin Limonick, Henry Roth, Elliott Fisher, Arnold
Blenick, Paul Shure, Bernard Kundell, Barrel Terwilliger, Alvin Dinkin

HARP: Ann Stockton



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