Featured in the show are live performance clips including: Mack the Knife, Splish Splash, Dream Lover, Beyond The Sea, As Long as I'm Singing, If I Were a Carpenter, That Funny Feeling, Higher and Higher, Simple Song of Freedom and For Once in My Life.
This engaging program traces Darin's career from his first television appearance in 1956 to his last in 1973. Along the way, interviews with family and friends help to illustrate the deep impact that Bobby had on those fortunate enough to know him. Bobby Darin left a rich legacy of music and memories. He was an entertainer of unparalleled ability whose real impact lives on, long Beyond the Song.
"Along with the narration by Keith Olbermann, brief interviews with Darin's show business friends and acquaintances, and taped comments by "The Mack" himself, this aptly subtitled documentary is packed with clips and live performances that emphasize Darin's legendary talent and stage presence. And they do, indeed, go "beyond the song." - DVDVerdict
"I hope his film as well as documentaries succeed in keeping Darinīs memory alive because he was a truly rare talent." - DVDtown
"We can revel in Darin's extraordinary musical gifts. The man may have been physically frail, but on stage he exudes vitality, juicing up audiences with his powerful pipes, slick moves, and boundless enthusiasm. From his very first television appearance in 1956 (singing Rock Island Line) to his last in 1973 (taped only a few months before his death), Darin never gave less than his best, and his performances remain potent and exciting today." - Digitally Obsessed
Starring: Bobby Darin
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