A musical favorite — Jerry Herman’s ‘Hello Dolly!’ represents not only the iconic song, but the timeless show of the same name. The song has a history all unto itself: 1963 while the first Broadway cast was preparing to stage the play Louis Armstrong was brought into the studio to record a cut of the number for promo purposes. When released in 1964 the song rocketed to #1 on the US charts — knocking the Beatles off their perch of the last 14 consecutive weeks. This Bobby Darin take on ‘Hello Dolly!’ is a play on Darin’s previous success with ‘Mack The Knife’ and it’s endless modulations. The tune ends with none other line than “Look out ’cause Doll-y is back!”.