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  • Audio CD (June 28, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: East/West Records
  • ASIN: B000002IZT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,153 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Mack The Knife
2. Beyond The Sea
3. Through A Long And Sleepless Night
4. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
5. She Needs Me
6. It Ain't Necessarily So
7. I'll Remember April
8. That's The Way Love Is
9. Was There A Call For Me
10. Some Of These Days
11. Where Is The One
12. That's All

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When Bobby Darin released That's All in 1959, he was already famous in the teen market--first as a rock & roll singer-songwriter ("Splish Splash," "Queen of the Hop"), then later as a teen idol (for his gorgeous "Dream Lover"). When he decided to release an album of pop standards aimed at the adult market, however, his label and even teen kingpin Dick Clark told him he was nuts. But Darin, who had a short life expectancy and swore to be "a legend by 25," prevailed. Radio picked up on his Vegas big band take on Bertolt Brecht's "Mack the Knife" and it became one of the biggest hits of the century. Its follow-up, "Beyond the Sea," did nearly as well. Suddenly, Darin was no longer competing with Chubby Checker and Bobby Rydell, but with Frank Sinatra. In fact, Darin was the only performer Sammy Davis Jr. refused to follow onstage. You could call this lounge music at its best--but that's faint praise. Simply call it Darin at his best. --Bill Holdship

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His Top Ten 1959 Atco album, featuring one classic cut ( Mack the Knife; Beyond the Sea ) after another!

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It has great structure and builds excitement beautifully.
Rob Keil
This album is great listening pleasure, and sounds as good as when it was originally released.
Kelli N.
I can't believe this album only has four stars, this is Bobby Darin at his best.
JP

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By John Greco on November 29, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I own both the CD and Mono LP version of "That's All," and without a doubt, the original vinyl sounds ten times better. I was stuned at how bad the mastering of this CD is. For example, on "Through A Long and Sleepless Night," the vocals only go through one channel. It seems whoever mastered the tracks for CD either didn't play it back after it was finished, or just is not a Bobby Darin Fan. If you own a record player, get it in it's original format. It does the album more justice. If not, still buy the CD, because "That's All" is, in my opinion, Darin's best among is short but amazing career.
I'm in my 20s and I never got the chance to experience Darin's music when he was still alive. But when you listen to the orginial LP, it's an experience that makes you feel like you're back in the late 50s and early 60s. Nothing comes close to the quality of vinyl. Record companies should consider making it a mainstream format again.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C. Taylor on October 24, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I originally bought this LP in 1959 because I liked Bobby Darin and the hits he'd had so far. But this collection of songs was so different from what he'd done before and so enjoyable that it changed my "14 year old" taste in pop music. The songs are all top-notch - not a loser among them. Of course, the ever popular "Mack the Knife" is here but also beautiful treatments of "Beyond the Sea" and "Through a Long and Sleepless Night". And even though it's been recorded by others no one can sing the title song, "That's All", with as much style as Bobby. I was thrilled when this came out on CD - my LP is scratched and about worn out!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By auggie m. kennedy on April 7, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Beyond a doubt, "That's All" was (and is) among the greatest albums in the nightclub genre. HOWEVER, this CD sounds as if it were remastered from some,... worn-out cassette tape. Musically, this album rates 5 stars, and the music is SO great that I still give it 3, even though the sound "quality" is so utterly ...[wrong].
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Chad Bagley on September 21, 2000
Format: Audio CD
'That's All' is one of the finest albums of all time (I was going to say lounge albums but that seemed too narrow).
Bobby Darin died just a few years after I was born so I didn't discover his music until about 20 years ago when I had started getting into Sinatra, Martin, Torme' and the rest of the 'whisky and velvet set'. I won't go as far as to say that Darin is the greatest of all the lounge singers but he's certainly up there with the very best of them. Nobody has done 'Mack the Knife' or 'Beyond the Sea' better than Darin- and his version of 'Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise'on this record is nothing short of brilliant.
Darin was a fairly progressive guy and it's reflected in his music. Unlike Sinatra, who loathed change in the music industry, Darin went with the flow and took chances that some of his fellow singers would have scoffed at (he also didn't have his bodyguards beat people up either- but that's another issue).
With all the 'best of' and 'greatest hits' out there on the market, few people venture out and buy the good old re-issues of the original recordings. But this is one fine album and I recommend it to anyone who loves music.
It's a pity that Bobby Darin died at such a young age. He still had a lot of great music left in him that I would have loved to hear.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Lee Armstrong HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 21, 2005
Format: Audio CD
"That's All" was Bobby Darin's 2nd LP. Originally released in 1959, it won the Grammy for "Record of the Year" and a Grammy for Darin as "Best New Singer." Darin includes a hearty thank you for arranger Richard Wess who shines on the "side two" opener of the LP, "I'll Remember April." Its big band horn chart and the subtle punctuation of piano & strings allow Darin to vocally soar. On the standards, "Was There a Call for Me" has a blues feel with Darin diving into the emotional content. Gary Kramer's liner notes joke, "To know the complete history of 'Some of These Days,' you would have had to know Sophie Tucker when she was a young girl, and nobody goes back that far." Tucker recorded the song in 1913 which was followed by versions by Louis Armstrong (1929), Benny Goodman (1936), and even Billie Holiday in the 40's. It's a great big band number that Darin nails. The title track that closes the set is a great uptempo number with Wess' sterling horn charts. The album is of course most strongly remembered for its opener, "Mack the Knife," written by Kurt Weill in 1928 for "Threepenny Opera." Darin's swinging joyful delivery juxtaposes the sad tale of a serial killer who preys on women. The song rested at #1 for 9 weeks in 1959, an amazing feat. "Beyond the Sea" was also a top ten record and seems to capture the era of the late 50's with a part big band part rock pop feel. "That's All" was an important album for Bobby Darin. It peaked on the Billboard charts at #7 and remained on the chart for 52 weeks. It remains an entrancing work over 4 decades later. Enjoy!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kelli N. on December 26, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is the album that changed Bobby Darin's career forever. It proved the depth of his talent, and placed him in the leagues alongside Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. He became recognized as a seasoned, mature performer overnight. After just briefly listening to this CD, you'll see why. Every song is outstanding, plus the arrangements are equally incredible. This album is great listening pleasure, and sounds as good as when it was originally released. Every song is great, and they all take my breath away, especially "Some of These Days" and "That's the Way Love Is." His biggest hit "Mack the Knife" is on this CD, as well as "Beyond the Sea," one of his best songs ever. It's a classic.
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