Bobby Darin’s “Goodbye Charlie” with Vocal Warm-Ups Complete in Stereo from the Original Capitol 3-Tracks!

BD and Dick Clark w Goodbye Charlie

We continue the celebration of Bobby’s 80th Birthday Week with an invite inside Capitol studios on September 18, 1964 with Bobby recording the final and released take of “Goodbye Charlie”, from his Capitol LP, “From Hello Dolly to Goodbye Charlie”!
Capitol_Records_Building_ca1960s

Enjoy Take 3 as we begin rolling…  “Goodbye Charlie” Arranged and Conducted by Richard Wess, Produced by Jim Economides.  Straight from the original 3-track tapes, and final masters, assembled by the Legendary Ron Furmanek in 1989!

Bobby Darin, “Goodbye Charlie” (Previn/Langdon) (Stereo) rec. 9/18/1964

BD Collectors Series

This exclusive version is available only on Bobby’s “Capitol Collector’s Series” – get it HERE!

Happy Bobby Darin 80th Birthday Week!

 

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One thought on “Bobby Darin’s “Goodbye Charlie” with Vocal Warm-Ups Complete in Stereo from the Original Capitol 3-Tracks!

  1. They really should have used Bobby’s version of Goodbye Charlie. It’s so superior to the one that they used in the movie and I imagine the soundtrack as well. Bobby just punches out this so and gets the whole point of the movie across. I watched the entire movie to see if they’d use his version at the beginning or in the end credits, but no such luck! Bobby really had a way of conveying the meaning of a song.

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