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Mama Cass Elliott - Dream A Little Dream on The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1968)
▶ Eurythmics - Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) ....Classic!!!!
Bobby Darin - Dream Lover - 1959 Ed Sullivan: Doesn't show the arrow but is a video when you click on it.
My very first record.....played it a zillion timesl
Dreamlover…The Pin said Sam Cooke but I (we) think it's Bobby Darin
It's not Bobby Darin!!
Is it Sam Cooke? Some mysterious other singer?
It's a song Bobby Darin made famous but I will go out on a limb that it is Sam Cooke, because it looks like him!
@ Cathy Stanton ~when the above commenters were questioning whether it was Bobby Darin or not they were talking about the person singing - not the picture. It is OBVIOUSLY not a picture of Bobby Darin since he is caucasian. However it is also OBVIOUS that it is Bobby Darin singing.
If you check out the post on YouTube you will see that it says 'Artist: Bobby Darin' even though the poster erroneously attributed it to Sam Cooke and put up a picture of Sam to further confound their mistake.
Well, Alan I know it is Bobby Darin singing. But the comments weren't clear and just because it seemed OBVIOUS to you, it seemed like people who don't know the artists involved. I see mistakes like this all over pinterest. it isn't always clear what people know about past generations. I don't need you tube or your instruction. .
Johnny Tillotson - Send me the pillow you dream on His eyes are just as they look in pictures
Dion - Dream Lover It's ok Dion, we'll be your dream lover #Octaspring
Patsy Cline - Sweet Dreams
"Dream Lover"-Bobby Darin. "Cause I want, yeah a boy, to call my own. I want a dream lover so I don't have to dream alone." :)
Roy Orbison - Sweet Dreams (1965)
80s hit band Hall & Oates set the mood for our Spring 2013 shoot. Erin likes their music because it "always makes you feel good" – we agree!
Harry James and Helen Forrest, I Cried for You..wmv
Sha Na Na - Tell Laura I Love Her (Written by Jeff Barry and Ben Raleigh this song was released in 1960. Original artist Ray Peterson took this record to #7 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Chart. Source: Wikipedia -MFB