I have a fairly nice-sized collection of music CDs, and I have almost every type of music. Because of my age, I happen to enjoy listening to some of the older artists and older music. I have a CD of Bobby Darin, and it has some really great songs that he recorded in his short career.
Bobby Darin had heart problems and died at the very young age of 36. What a shame he wasn't around longer. He recorded some great songs, and he had a very nice, easy voice to listen to. This CD has 12 tracks, consisting of: Mack the Knife, Beyond the Sea, Through a Long and Sleepless Night, Softly As In a Morning Sunrise, She Needs Me, It Ain't Necessarily So, I'll Remember April, That's The Way Love Is, Was There a Call for Me, Some of These Days, Where Is the One and That's All.
Any Bobby Darin fans out there would enjoy this CD. I especially like Mack the Knife (he was well known for this song) and Beyond the Sea. I wish he had been around much longer so that he could have continued to record such great music.