Bobby Darin - Earthy/Golden Folk Hits (1963) MP3/Flac

Bobby Darin -  Earthy/Golden Folk Hits (1963)Label: Capitol 8126
Mono & Stereo
Date of Release: July 1963
Producer: Tom Morgan
Arrangements: Walter Raim
Recorded: July 1962
Earthy! was the beginning of Bobby Darin's first folk phase. Roger McGuinn (The Byrds) and Glen Campbell sat in the sessions, which included songs Mr. Darin was using in his nightclub act at the time. Being true to the spirit of the songs in the LP, Darin achieved another dimension in his amazing career.

Side one:
Long Time Man
Work Song
La Bamba
I'm on My Way, Great God
The Sermon of Samson
Strange Rain

Side two:
Why Dont You Swing Down
Everything's Okay
When Their Mama is Gone
The Er-i-ee Was A'Rising

Label:Capitol Records – T 2007
Format:Vinyl, LP
Date of Release: Nov. 1963
Producer: Nik Venet
Arrangements: Walter Raim
Recorded: July 1962
Golden Folk Hits, Bobby Darin's second album of folk songs on Capitol, was produced by Nik Venet. Included playing in the sessions were Roger McGuinn (The Byrds), Glen Campbell, James Burton and Phil Ochs. The LP contained a contemporary mix of folk songs familiarized by Bob Dylan, Peter Paul and Mary, and The Kingston Trio. It is interesting to note that Bobby's picture did not appear on the cover of this LP, but on the back.

Side one:
Mary Don't You Weep
Where Have All The Flowers Gone
If I Had A Hammer
Don't Think Twice
Greenback Dollar
Why Daddy Why

Side two:
Michael Row The Boat Ashore
Green, Green
Settle Down (Goin' Down That Highway)
Blowin' In The Wind
Train To The Sky

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