After You’ve Gone’ has long been a jazz standard. The 1918 ballad from composer Turner Layton and lyricist Henry Creamer is a haunting tale of love gone wrong. In walk Bobby Darin — and this moving ballad is taken to a whole new level. Darin’s 1965 recording was originally released on the album ‘Bobby Darin Sings The Shadow Of Your Smile’ and, in his signature style goes from melancholy to bluster in under 4 minutes. A must for every crooner’s library!