There's a reason you don't hear as much about Bobby Darin as a pianist as you do about his vocal talents: His keyboard work was mediocre at best.
Still, Atco saw fit to release Beachcomber b/w Autumn Blues, two instrumentals composed and performed by Darin, in 1960. The saving grace is the orchestra conducted by jazzman Shorty Rogers, whose arrangments cover the holes nicely. You can listen to and download Autumn Blues from the link below.
A YouTube video presents us with a test pressing of Autumn Blues while showing us the inner workings of a jukebox as it's being played. Enjoy.
Beachcomber/Autumn Blues was not a hit, selling only to Darin's dedicated fans. Still, it was followed in 1961 with another instrumental release, Come September/Walk Back to Me.
Beachcomber turned up on Darin's album Things & Other Things and is available as a legal download from Amazon. Autumn Blues appeared only as the "B" side of the 45, didn't get an album release and isn't available as a legal download in North America. If you live in Belgium, you're in luck. It's available from iTunes in that country.