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Maybe the most underrated vocalist of the late ’50s/early ’60s, Philly idol Rydell was second only to Dion and Darin in his ability to sing and swing. The triumvirate of “Volare,” “Sway,” and “That Old Black Magic” attest to the latter, while hits like “Wild One” and “Swingin’ School” are the epitome of joyous, pre-Beatle teen rock. “Good Time Baby” and the raucous party invitation “Third House (in From the Right)” bounce and drive relentlessly. Less intense but melodically strong, Rydell’s final hits, “Forget Him” and “I’ll Never Dance Again,” reveal his ease with subtler, more demanding material.

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Back at last

At last, almost all of Bobby Rydell's Cameo releases in one place. It is great to hear World Without Love and I'll Never Dance Again in his full, vigorous style. The British versions were soothing, but lacked the dynamism that Bobby could project. One cut that I remember that is still missing: The Door to Paradise. Would like to hear that again someday.

Yay Bobby Rydell!

Good songs. My favorites: Forget Him Wildwood Days I've Got Bonnie I'll Never Dance Again


Im a teenager, and I like his music! Cool! :D


Born: April 26, 1942 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most sought-after nightclub and concert acts in the country, Bobby Rydell's interest in show business began at the ripe age of four. His performance in Bye Bye Birdie and his recordings "Wild One" and "Volare" made him a famous show business performer of the '60s. Rydell used his talents as an impersonator and drummer mostly in pursuing a musical career rather than an acting career. Bobby Rydell was born Robert Ridarelli in Philadelphia. It was his father who encouraged him to pursue...
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