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Doris Day - Sings Her Great Movie Hits Album

Doris Day - Sings Her Great Movie Hits Album
Sings Her Great Movie Hits
Doris Day
Soundtrack, Vocal
HC 1029
MP3 album size:
1836 mb
FLAC album size:
1762 mb


1Please Don't Eat The Daisies
2Do Not Disturb
3Pillow Talk
4Canadian Capers (Cuttin' Capers)
5What Every Girl Should Know
6Twinkle Lullaby
7Send Me No Flowers
8Move Over Darling
9Tunnel Of Love


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HS 11192Doris Day Sings Her Great Movie Hits ‎(LP, Comp)Harmony HS 11192US1966
BPG 62785Doris Day Sings Her Great Movie Hits ‎(LP, Comp, Mono)CBSBPG 62785UK1966
HM 508Doris Day Sings Her Great Movie Hits ‎(LP, Comp, Mono)Hallmark Records, CBSHM 508UK1967
HS 11192Doris Day Sings Her Great Movie Hits ‎(LP, Comp)Harmony HS 11192USUnknown
BOT 10067Doris Day Sings Her Great Movie Hits ‎(Cass, Comp, RE, CrO)ColumbiaBOT 10067CanadaUnknown


Doris Day with Frank DeVol & His Orchestra. Golden Girl The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966. Although she is chiefly known for her movie career, which took off in the late '50s, and pop songs like Secret Love and Que Sera, Sera Whatever Will Be, Will Be she recorded concurrently with her screen success, Doris Day was a consummate big-band vocalist in the '40s, and her musical legacy as a singer is ultimately based. on those recordings, which will startle and amaze those who are only familiar with her later pop fare. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. Doris Day: все альбомы, включая Doris Day: Her Life In Music , Secret Love - The best Of Doris Day , Que Sera Sera: The Best of Doris Day и другие. Doris Day - The Classic Christmas Album. Doris Day. Doris Day Sings Broadway and Hollywood Hits. 2014 Songs for Memorable Great Christmas Time. Timeless Christmas - 70 Timeless Christmas Songs. These include her 1955 album, Day in Hollywood which was her only LP to collect some of her movie songs together. The Columbia-Sony two-disc, 48-song collection, Golden Girl is probably the best Day collection out there and has 27 songs from her movies but only three from the post-1956 era. There is a big difference between the songs from her musicals and early albums and the later songs. Pretty good selection of Doris Day's Great Movie Hits. Many of these songs, I remembered when I was a youngster living home. One complaint is that Be Prepared DOESN'T have the Boy Scouts singing w her, like I remembered. Doris Day Sings Her Movie Hits LP 1967 EXEX . Doris Day Sings Her Great Movie Hits LP Hallmark HM508 EXEX 1967 Sings Her Grea. rub p&p. Doris Day - Sings Her Great Movie Hits LP, Comp, Mono. 1, rub. Doris Day: Her Greatest Hits LP vinyl BRAND NEW . 2, rub. Doris Day Sings songs from her 1950-1951 celebrated movies: Tea for Two, Young Man with a Horn, I'll See You in My Dreams and Lullaby of Broadway. I May be Wrong Sullivan-Ruskin 3:03 02. Would I Love You Spina-Russell 3:03. Album details. Total time: 72:21 min. All selections recorded in Hollywood, California. This is a partial list of Doris Day's recorded songs. Note that if no album name is given, the song was only issued as a single if an album name is given, the song was only released as an album, unless it is stated that the song was released both as a single and on an album. All recordings were released by Columbia Records in the United States, except for those tracks included on The Love Album, and two songs which never were released in the US until incorporated in a compact disc album called The. We'll Love Again - The Man Who Knew Too Much. Track lengths not available for this album. If you have track lengthtime information for this album, please e-mail it to us at mail and we will add it to the database. Related Albums. The Man Who Knew Too Much: Prelude SingleJb Production. Released: June 26, 2013. Format: Digital 2 min. Emperor of the North, CapriceIntrada Special Collection Vol. Released: June 16, 2008. Doris Day was a singer and actress most popular in the 1950s and early-1960s. She starred in a television sitcom called 'The Doris Day Show' from 1968-1973. With Brown, Day scored her first number one hits, Sentimental Journey and My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time, in 1944. Her work with Brown made her a popular singing sensation during World War II. Day, in her songs, seemed to be accessible and personable to her audience. After parting ways with Brown in 1946, she soon made the transition from the concert stage to the big screen. Even during her acting career, Day found time for music projects as a solo artist