Bobby Darin

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_Darin

Bobby Darin (May 14, 1936 – December 20, 1973), born Walden Robert Cassotto, was an American singer, actor and musician.
Darin performed in a range of music genres, including pop, rock, jazz, folk and country. Although unknown to the public, his health was dangerously fragile and strongly motivated him to succeed within the limited lifetime he feared he would, and ultimately did, have.
In 1960 after romancing singer Connie Francis, and being run out of the house by her strict Italian father, with a shotgun, breaking her heart, Darin married "Gidget" actress Sandra Dee, whom he met while making his first film Come September (1961). They made a few more movies together at Universal Studios that were moderately successful. They had one son, Dodd Mitchell Darin (also known as Morgan Mitchell Darin) before divorcing in 1967.
He was also an actor, singer/songwriter and music business entrepreneur. His wish for a legacy was "to be remembered as a human being and as a great performer."[1] Among his many other contributions, he became a goodwill ambassador for the American Heart Association... read more

Mack the Knife

If I were a carpenter

Beyond the see

All I have to do is dream (Petula Clark & Bobby Darin)

Simple Song of Freedom


Jazz for Cows

These guys are like the flautist of Hamelin to cows.

Just play the video below whether you like jazz, cows or both.


The Music Animation Machine

The Music Animation Machine is a You Tube Channel where you can find many classical music masterpieces shown the way you have never seen then before.

They call this thing  the "scrolling bar-graph score".... just watch the video below to find out...