And speaking as we were last week of 1950s rock classics in multi-channel audio -- from 1959, behold in breathless wonder the original basic track (sans the later over-dubbed orchestra and what John Sebastian used to call "crying yeah-yeah girls") of "Dream Lover."
In stereo, as nature intended.
Written and sung by the astonishingly great (despite that Kevin Spacey movie) Bobby Darin.
Darin, of course, was the missing link between Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley, but he was even more talented than that description suggests; I've probably posted the above mp3 before, but given our recent discussion of Ritchie Valens and "La Bamba" in stereo, I figured nobody would bitch if I hocked you about it again, especially given the fact that the damn thing is just seraphically lovely. Also, I have only recently learned that the piano on the track is by none other than Neil Sedaka.
Of the single's b-side, however -- the alarmingly yclept "Bullmoose" -- I know nothing and, frankly, am disinclined to research further.