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Doris Day

Doris Day has packed four careers into one lifetime, two each in music and movies. The pity is that all most people remember are her movies, from Teacher's Pet (1957) onward, as the quintessential all-American girl, the perpetually virginal screen heroine, cast opposite such icons of masculinity as Clark Gable and Rock Hudson. She also transposed this following to television at the end of the '60s with a situation comedy that lasted into the early '70s. If most people remember her as a singer, it's usually for such pop hits as "Secret Love" and her Oscar-winning "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)," which became her signature tune.

But before all of that, from 1939 until the end of the '40s, Doris Day was one of the hottest, sultriest swing band vocalists in music. That body of work -- which contains at least one unabashed, classic early-'40s recording, "Sentimental Journey" -- is one of the most impressive in the fields of swing and popular jazz, and deserves to be heard far more than it is. Moreover, before those late-'50s comedies, Day had a film career that included adaptations of Broadway musicals (The Pajama Game), classic thrillers (The Man Who Knew Too Much), and searing social drama (Storm Warning).

She was born Doris Mary Anne von Kappelhoff on April 3, 1924, in Evanston, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati. Her father was a music teacher, choir master, and church organist. Her mother loved popular music, especially (surprisingly) country music. Her parents divorced when she was 12, and Day lived with her mother and older brother in College Hill, Ohio. From age six, she had taken dancing lessons, and that was the career she ultimately intended to pursue. In 1937, when she was 13, she and a young male partner won a $500 dollar prize in an amateur dance contest. The family decided to pursue stardom in Hollywood for their young child. Her hopes for a career in dance were shattered on the trip out West in an automobile accident that severely injured her right leg.

Her recuperation, living above the Cincinnati tavern owned by an uncle, gave the young teenager access to a jukebox that played the hits of the day; and by the time she was 14, she had developed a taste for swing stars such as Benny Goodman and the Dorsey Brothers, among numerous other bands. She also started singing along with Ella Fitzgerald's records and tried to develop her own style. Music became a new aspiration, and the timely intervention of voice coach Grace Raine helped her develop the approach to song that was to characterize her career. Raine arranged for Doris to appear on the Cincinnati radio station WLW on an amateur showcase; the song that she sang was Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz's "Day After Day," from 1932, which earned her a featured spot on the station.

She was still known as Doris Kappelhoff when she got a job singing at a local club, but when a chance for radio broadcasts from the club was brought up. She ultimately took the name Doris Day, owing to the popularity of "Day After Day," and while the gig didn't last, the name did. In 1939, however, she was told of an opening for a vocalist in the band of Bob Crosby, Bing's brother and a star bandleader in his own right. Day auditioned and got the job at age 17. She stayed with Crosby's band for three months before she was approached by bandleader Les Brown. This was 1940, and the musical world was dominated by the big bands, jazz-influenced swing outfits that gave singers like Sinatra (who was just getting rolling himself as a star vocalist) extraordinary opportunities to interpret the songs of the day. Tin Pan Alley still ruled the airwaves (though country and, to a lesser degree, blues were making inroads), and there was no shortage of great songs. In the middle of all that was this little 17-year-old girl, who could impart a feeling of world-weary sensuality or sensual innocence to a song, shading her voice in textures almost too delicate to analyze. And Doris Day became a budding star, in an era in which Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra -- not to mention Ella Fitzgerald -- were just a few of the vocalists competing for public attention.

While singing with Bob Crosby's band, she first worked with many of the sidemen -- Bob Haggart, William Stegmeyer, Billy Butterfield, and Zeke Zarchy -- who would later work on her own recording sessions. It was with Les Brown's band, however, that the public first got to hear her voice and know her name, initially on the radio and then on Brown's recordings. From 1940 until 1946, with a two-year break for an unhappy marriage, Day was a star vocalist, most notably on hits like "Sentimental Journey" and "My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time," both of which were monster hits for the band. "Sentimental Journey" also became especially popular among American soldiers stationed overseas during World War II. By the end of the war and her time with Les Brown, when she was barely into her twenties, Day was considered one of the top band vocalists in the world. Apart from having a beautiful voice and command of its every shading, Day's success was based on her approach to songs and audiences. When she sang, she sounded as though she were singing not to a crowd or a mass "audience," but to each individual listener. Her records and her performances resonated for listeners personally, and coupled with the considerable merits of her voice and the quality of Brown's band, it made her a huge favorite with almost anyone who heard her.

Her tenure with the band was interrupted by another unsuccessful marriage, and when it ended, Day -- with a young son named Terry from her first marriage to provide for -- was ready to return to Cincinnati and forget about music. So the story goes, her agent persuaded her to attend a party in Hollywood where she impressed songwriters Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn with an impromptu performance of "Embraceable You." They were writing the score for a Warner Bros. movie called Romance on the High Seas, which had been planned for several leading ladies, all of whom fell out of the running for one reason or another. Sammy Cahn got Day and her agent down to the studio, and she auditioned before director Michael Curtiz, who ordered a screen test for her. Day's screen test was run for the studio executives alongside two actresses whom they'd previously asked to audition, and she won the role.

The movie was a hit, and Day became a star, not in the perky, virginal persona that people remember today, but as a top-flight singer and actress. After that, Day's two careers went along in tandem, as she starred in movies and often turned their songs into hits. She also appeared in non-musical films, and revealed herself a superb dramatic actress in the groundbreaking topical dramatic thriller Storm Warning (1950), in which she played the victimized wife of a boorish, murderous Ku Klux Klan member (Steve Cochran), but she could also play perky tomboyish parts in movies like On Moonlight Bay (1951).

Day resumed her recording career in 1947, and even amid the growing number of ballads in her output, her early solo sides remained very jazzy, and are among her best recordings. Her music softened somewhat as the '40s wore on, although she did record some superb jazz-style sides for the 1950 movie Young Man with a Horn. But her most visible sides from the '50s onward were pop songs. She had huge hits with "Secret Love," a song derived from the movie Calamity Jane (1953), and "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)," which she'd sung in the Alfred Hitchcock thriller The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956), in which she co-starred with James Stewart. During the '50s, Day was the most popular and one of the highest paid singers in America, and the sudden burst of popularity of her movies, beginning with Teacher's Pet (1958), only added to her overall impact on the country's popular culture, though the movies ultimately eclipsed her music career. In the midst of her pop music/movie career, Day recorded an entire album of jazz with André Previn as her accompanist, entitled Duet. Its impact was muted by the popularity of her movies, which by the early '60s had turned her into a cultural icon, her wholesome innocence the perfect non-threatening match for Marilyn Monroe's innocent sexuality.

The growth of rock music as the dominant force in popular music in the mid-'60s left Day on the musical sidelines; ironically, her son Terry Melcher became one of the most successful rock producers of the period, most notably in association with the Byrds' early work and Paul Revere & the Raiders. Day's personal and professional life took a bad turn in the wake of the death of her third husband, Marty Melcher, in 1968. Melcher had managed her business affairs for 17 years, and she learned after his death that he had lost or embezzled her entire career's earnings. Day was left broke, and the ensuing stresses led her to a nervous breakdown. Her recovery came in 1968, when she began work on her CBS network situation comedy. Melcher had committed her to doing the show immediately prior to his death, without her consent, but the program was a success and Day was restored to solvency during the series' five-year run. A year after the program ended, she was awarded a $22 million judgment against her former attorney for his role in Melcher's handling of her finances. Since the cancellation of the CBS series in 1973, she has been less visible, although she did a cable television series, Doris Day and Friends, in the mid-'80s, and released a new album, The Love Album, in 1994, following it 17 years later with My Heart, which gathered nine previously unreleased tracks from sessions she did in the '80s, including four co-written by her late son Terry Melcher with Bruce Johnston, and added in four vintage tracks she released previously in 1951, 1960, 1962, and 1994. ~ Bruce Eder
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Wonderful Day

1. Lover Come Back (Mono)

2. Pillow Talk

3. Be Prepared (Stereo)

4. Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera) (Single Version)

5. It's Magic (78 Rpm Version)

6. Never Look Back

7. Should I Surrender (Mono)

8. Teacher's Pet

9. When You're Smiling

10. Possess Me (Single Version)

11. Julie (Mono)

12. Till My Love Comes To Me (Single Version)

13. That Jane From Maine

14. A Perfect Understanding

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Track List: You'll Never Walk Alone

1. If I Can Help Somebody

2. Nearer My God To Thee

3. The Prodigal Son

4. Abide With Me

5. Bless This House

6. You'll Never Walk Alone

7. In The Garden

8. Walk With Him

9. Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)

10. Be Still And Know

11. I Need The Ever Hour

12. The Lord's Prayer

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Track List: Vintage Hollywood Classics, Vol. 27: The Pajama Game & Love Me Or Leave Me (Remastered 2016)

2. I'm Not At All In Love

5. Once-A-Year-Day

10. Seven-And-A-Half Cents

13. You Made Me Love You

14. Stay On The Right Side, Sister

15. Mean To Me

16. Everybody Loves My Baby

18. At Sundown

19. Shaking The Blues Away

20. Ten Cents A Dance

21. I'll Never Stop Loving You

22. Never Look Back

23. Love Me Or Leave Me

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Track List: I'll See You In My Dreams: Songs From The Warner Bros. Production

1. Ain't We Got Fun

2. The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else)

3. I Wish I Had A Girl

4. It Had To Be You

5. Nobody's Sweetheart

6. My Buddy

7. Makin' Whoopee!

8. I'll See You In My Dreams

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Track List: Latin For Lovers

1. Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)

2. Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)

3. Meditation

4. Dansero

5. Summer Has Gone

6. How Insensitive (Insensataez)

7. Desafinado (Slightly Out Of Tune)

8. Our Day Will Come

9. Be True To Me (Sabor A Mi)

10. Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps

11. Be Mine Tonight (Noche De Ronda)

12. Por Favor

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Track List: You're My Thrill EP

1. You're My Thrill

2. Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered

3. I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)

4. Sometimes I'm Happy

5. You Go To My Head

6. I Didn't Know What Time It Was

7. When Your Lover Has Gone

8. That Old Feeling

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Track List: Day In Hollywood

1. Tea For Two

2. Lullaby Of Broadway

3. Cuddle Up A Little Closer

6. Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee

7. Secret Love

9. Ain't We Got Fun?

10. Just One Of Those Things

11. It Had To Be You

12. Love Me Or Leave Me

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Track List: Day By Night

1. I See Your Face Before Me

2. Close Your Eyes

3. The Night We Called It A Day

4. Dream A Little Dream Of Me

5. Under A Blanket Of Blue

6. You Do Something To Me

7. Stars Fell On Alabama

8. Moon Song

9. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away)

10. Soft As The Starlight

11. Moonglow

12. The Lamp Is Low

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Track List: Bright & Shiny

1. Bright And Shiny

2. I Want To Be Happy

3. Keep Smilin', Keep Laughin', Be Happy

4. Singin' In The Rain

5. Gotta Feelin'

6. Happy Talk

7. Make Someone Happy

8. Ridin' High

9. On The Sunny Side Of The Street

10. Clap Yo' Hands

11. Stay With The Happy People

12. Twinkle And Shine (Stereo)

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Track List: Day By Day

1. The Song Is You

2. Hello, My Lover, Goodbye

3. But Not For Me

4. I Remember You

5. I Hadn't Anyone Till You

6. But Beautiful

7. Autumn Leaves

8. Don't Take Your Love From Me

9. There Will Never Be Another You

10. Gone With The Wind

11. The Gypsy In My Soul

12. Day By Day

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Track List: Cuttin' Capers

1. Cuttin' Capers

2. Steppin' Out with My Baby

3. Makin' Whoopee

4. The Lady's In Love with You

5. Why Don't We Do This More Often?

6. Let's Take a Walk Around the Block (From "Life Begins at 8:40")

7. I'm Sitting On Top of the World

8. Get Out and Get Under the Moon

9. Fit As a Fiddle (And Ready for Love)

10. Me Too (Ho-Ho! Ha-Ha!)

11. I Feel Like a Feather In the Breeze

12. Let's Fly Away

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Track List: The Love Album

1. For All We Know

2. Snuggled On Your Shoulder

3. Are You Lonesome Tonight?

4. Street Of Dreams

5. How I Miss You Tonight

6. Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries

7. All Alone

8. A Faded Summer Love

9. Sleepy Lagoon

10. Wonderful One

11. If I Had My Life To Live Over/Let Me Call You Sweetheart

12. Both Sides Now

13. It's Magic

14. Sentimental Journey

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Track List: Musical Moments To Remember: Doris Day, Vol. 2 – Que Sera, Sera (Remastered 2015)

1. Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)

2. You Made Me Love You

3. Love Me Or Leave Me

4. Secret Love

5. A Guy Is A Guy

6. Bewitched

7. If I Give My Heart To You

8. When I Fall In Love

9. Everybody Loves A Lover

10. (Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai

11. It's Magic

12. Teacher's Pet

13. I'm Sitting On Top Of The World

14. Get Out And Get Under The Moon

15. Fit As A Fiddle

17. I Feel Like A Feather In The Breeze

18. Let's Fly Away

19. In The Garden

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Track List: The History of Jazz Vol. 9

1. Autumn Leaves

2. Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered

3. Cheek to Cheek

4. Dream a Little Dream of Me

5. I Love Paris

6. I`ll Remember April

7. I`m Sitting on Top of the World

8. I`ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm

9. Let`s Face the Music and Dance

10. Let`s Fly Away

11. Lullaby of Broadway

12. Makin` Whoopee

14. Nice Work If You Can Get It

15. On the Street Where You Live

17. People Will Say We`re in Love

18. The Very Thought of You

19. The Way You Look Tonight

20. When You`re Smiling

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Track List: Duet

1. Close Your Eyes

2. Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread)

3. Yes

4. Nobody's Heart

5. Remind Me

6. Who Are We To Say (Obey Your Heart)

7. Daydreaming

8. Give Me Time

9. Control Yourself

10. Wait Till You See Him

11. My One & Only Love

12. Falling In Love Again

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Track List: Music, Movies & Memories

1. Some Sunday Morning

2. Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man

3. You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me

4. You're Gonna Lose Your Gal

5. S Wonderful

6. How Well I Know

7. Ready, Willing And Able

8. Hold Me In Your Arms

9. Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)

10. Soft As The Starlight

11. The Gypsy In My Soul

12. Medley: Secret Love/Who Will Buy/The 59th Street Bridge Song (FeelinE Groovy)

13. The Way We Were

14. Best Friends

15. Wildfire

16. Octopus' Garden

17. Stewball

18. Everyone's Gone To The Moon

19. A Word From Doris

20. In The Studio Chatter

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Track List: Annie Get Your Gun (Studio Cast Recording)

6. You Can't Get A Man With A Gun

10. I'm An Indian, Too

11. I Got Lost In His Arms

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Track List: Love Him

1. More

2. Can't Help Falling In Love

3. Since I Fell For You

4. Losing You

5. (Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I

6. As Long As He Needs Me

7. Night Life

8. Funny

9. Softly, As I Leave You

10. Lollipops And Roses

11. Love Him

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Track List: Show Time

1. Show Time - Pt. One

2. I Got the Sun in the Morning

3. Ohio

4. I Love Paris

5. When I'm Not Near the Boy I Love

6. People Will Say We're in Love

7. I've Grown Accustomed to His Face

8. The Surrey with the Fringe on Top

9. They Say It's Wonderful (from "Annie Get Your Gun")

10. A Wonderful Guy

11. On the Street Where You Live

12. The Sound of Music / Show Time - Pt. Two

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Track List: I'll See You in My Dreams

1. I'll See You in My Dreams

2. Bewitched

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Track List: Doris Day's Hits, Vol. 1

2. I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles

3. It's Easy To Remember

4. It's Magic

6. King Chanticleer

8. Lamp Is Low

9. Let's Walk That A-Way

10. Love Ya

12. Moon Song

13. My Buddy

14. Oh What A Lover You'll Be

15. Over The Rainbow

16. Que Sera Sera

18. Shanghai

19. Song Is You

20. Very Thought Of You

21. We Kiss In A Shadow

22. When I Fall In Love

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Track List: With A Smile And A Song

Disc 1

1. On Moonlight Bay

2. Till We Meet Again

3. It Had To Be You

4. I'll See You In My Dreams

5. It's Magic

6. By The Light Of The Silv'ry Moon

7. Secret Love

8. I Speak To The Stars

9. Love Me Or Leave Me

10. At Sundown

11. Shaking The Blues Away

12. Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)

13. Pillow Talk

14. My Romance

15. Little Girl Blue

Disc 2

1. Easy To Love

2. Imagination

3. You Go To My Head

4. Don't Take Your Love From Me

5. But Beautiful

6. The Song Is You

7. Our Love Is Here To Stay

8. Oh, But I Do

9. Here We Go Again

10. Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread)

11. In Love In Vain

12. With A Smile And A Song

13. Desafinado (Slightly Out Of Tune)

14. Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps (Quizas, Quizas, Quizas)

15. There They Are

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Track List: The Very Best of Doris Day. 16 Songs

1. Sentimental Journey

2. It's Magic

3. Pillow Talk

4. Please Don't Eat the Daisies

6. Move Over Darling

7. My Blue Heaven

8. Send Me No Flowers

9. Lullaby of Broadway

11. Love Me or Leave Me

13. Blue Skies

14. Secret Love

15. Hurry! It's Lovely Up Here

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Track List: My Heart

1. Hurry, It's Lovely Up Here

2. Daydream

3. The Way I Dreamed It

4. Heaven Tonight

6. My Heart

7. You Are So Beautiful

8. Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries

9. Disney Girls

10. My Buddy

11. Happy Endings

12. Ohio

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Track List: Love Moods

1. Singin’ In The Rain

2. My Blue Heaven

3. Just You, Just Me

4. I Could Write A Book

5. I’m In The Mood For Love

6. You Oughta Be In Pictures

7. I Can’t Give You Anything But Love

9. Blue Skies

10. You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me

11. Embraceable You

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Track List: Kiss Me Again, Stranger

1. Kiss Me Again, Stranger

2. Secret Love

3. A Guy Is a Guy

4. Sugarbush

5. My Love and Devotion

6. No Two People

7. Mister Tap Toe

8. When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob. Bob. Bobbin' Along

10. Candy Lips

11. A Purple Cow

12. Choo Choo Train

13. The Black Hills of Dakota

14. I Speak to the Stars

15. If I Give My Heart to You

16. Anyone Can Fall in Love

17. Sentimental Journey

18. My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time

19. Till the End of Time

20. You Won't Be Satisfied

21. Papa. Won't You Dance With Me?

22. Thoughtless

23. Love Somebody

24. Confess

25. Put Em in a Box. Tie Em With a Ribbon

26. It's Magic

27. My Darling. My Darling

28. Powder Your Face With Sunshine

29. Everywhere You Go

30. Let's Take an Old-Fashioned Walk

31. (Where Are You) Now That I Need You

32. Canadian Capers

33. Again

35. Quicksilver

36. I Said My Pajamas (and Put On My Prayers)

37. Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)

38. Hoop-Dee-Doo

40. I Didn't Slip, I Wasn't Pushed. I Fell

41. A Bushel and a Peck

42. It's a Lovely Day Today

43. Would I Love You

44. Shanghai

45. Domino

46. When I Fall in Love

47. A Full Time Job

48. Ma Says, Pa Says

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Track List: Doris Day:The Complete Standard Transcriptions

2. Just You, Just Me

3. You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me

4. I Could Write A Book

5. Star Dust

6. Singin’ in the Rain

7. I’m in the Mood for Love

10. September in the Rain

11. Be Anything (But Be Mine)

13. S’ Wonderful

15. Sentimental Journey

17. You Oughta Be In Pictures

18. Blue Skies

19. I Can’t Give You Anything But Love

20. Light Your Lamp

21. My Blue Heaven

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Track List: Sentimental Journey

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Track List: The Early Years

1. April In Paris

3. Canadian Capers

5. I Know A Place

7. I Speak To The Stars

8. I'll String Along With You

9. I'm Gonna Ring The Bell Tonight

10. I'm In Love

11. It's A Great Feeling

13. It's Magic

15. It's You Or No One

16. Love You Dearly

18. My Dream Is Yours

20. Someone Like You

21. Ten Thousand Four Hundred Thirty-Two Sheep

22. That Was A Big Fat Lie

24. The Blue Bells Of Broadway (Are Ringing Tonight)

27. You Love Me

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Track List: Young Man With A Horn

3. The Very Thought Of You

4. Pretty Baby

9. I Only Have Eyes For You

12. Lullaby Of Broadway

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Track List: Golden Girl

Disc 1

1. Sentimental Journey

2. My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time

3. It's Magic

4. Love Somebody

5. Tacos, Enchiladas And Beans

6. Put 'Em In A Box, Tie 'Em With A Ribbon (And Throw 'Em In The Deep Blue Sea)

7. Someone Like You

8. That Old Feeling

9. Again

10. At The Cafe Rendezvous

11. You Can Have Him

12. Cuttin' Capers

13. The Very Thought Of You

14. Too Marvelous For Words

15. I Only Have Eyes For You

16. Crazy Rhythm

17. I've Never Been In Love Before

18. It's A Lovely Day Today

19. You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me

20. In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town

21. Lullaby Of Broadway

22. On Moonlight Bay

23. (Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai

Disc 2

1. Baby Doll

2. It Had To Be You

3. Sugarbush

4. A Guy Is A Guy

5. April In Paris

6. Ain't We Got Fun?

7. The Black Hills Of Dakota

8. Secret Love

9. I Speak To The Stars

10. If I Give My Heart To You

11. There's A Rising Moon

12. Shaking The Blues Away

13. I'll Never Stop Loving You

14. Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)

15. There Was Once A Man

16. Everybody Loves A Lover

17. That Jane From Maine

18. Pillow Talk

19. Lover Come Back

20. You're Good For Me

21. My Romance

22. Doin' What Comes Natur'lly

23. Let The Little Girl Limbo

24. Move Over Darling

25. Sorry

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Track List: It's Magic--Her Early Years At Warner Bros.

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Track List: 'S Wonderful

1. I Could Write A Book

2. Singin' In The Rain

3. Just You, Just Me

4. I'm In The Mood For Love

5. S'Posin'

6. September In The Rain

7. Light Your Lamp

9. 'S Wonderful

11. Star Dust

12. Crying My Heart Out For You

13. Because You're Mine

14. Embraceable You

16. You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me

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Track List: Sentimental Journey

1. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

2. Blue Skies

3. Sentimental Journey

4. Be Anything (But Be Mine)

5. A Hundred Years From Today

10. You Oughta Be In Pictures

11. My Blue Heaven

12. I've Gotta Sing Away These Blues

13. I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)

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Track List: 16 Most Requested Songs

1. Sentimental Journey

2. My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time

3. It's Magic

4. Love Somebody

5. Again

6. Bewitched

7. Would I Love You, Love You, Love You

8. (Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai

9. Sugarbush

10. A Guy Is A Guy

11. When I Fall In Love

12. Secret Love

13. If I Give My Heart To You

14. I'll Never Stop Loving You

15. Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)

16. Everbody Loves A Lover

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Track List: A Day At The Movies

1. It's Magic

2. My Dream Is Yours

3. It's A Great Feeling

4. With A Song In My Heart

5. Tea For Two

6. Ten Thousand Four Hundred Thirty-Two Sheep

7. I Love The Way You Say Goodnight

8. On Moonlight Bay

9. I'll See You In My Dreams

10. April In Paris

11. By The Light Of The Silvery Moon

12. Secret Love

13. The Blue Bells Of Broadway (Are Ringing Tonight)

14. There's A Rising Moon

15. I'll Never Stop Loving You

16. Whatever Will Be, Will Be

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Track List: Hooray For Hollywood: Volume I

1. Hooray For Hollywood

2. Cheek To Cheek

3. It's Easy To Remember

4. The Way You Look Tonight

5. I'll Remember April

6. Blues In The Night

7. Over The Rainbow

8. Our Love Is Here To Stay

9. In The Still Of The Night

10. Night And Day

11. Easy To Love

12. I Had The Craziest Dream

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Track List: Doris Day's Greatest Hits

1. Everybody Loves A Lover

2. It's Magic

3. A Guy Is A Guy

4. Secret Love

5. Teacher's Pet

6. Bewitched

7. Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)

8. If I Give My Heart To You

9. (Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai

10. When I Fall In Love

11. Lullaby Of Broadway

12. Love Me Or Leave Me

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Track List: 22 Original Recordings

1. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

2. Sentimental Journey

3. Just You, Just Me

5. You Oughta Be In Pictures

6. I Could Write A Book

7. Light Your Lamp

8. Be Anything But Be Mine

9. Singin' In The Rain

11. Blue Skies

12. Crying My Heart Out For You

13. I'm In The Mood For Love

14. S'posin

15. My Blue Heaven

16. Star Dust

19. 'S Wonderful

20. September In The Rain

21. You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me

22. A Hundred Years From Today

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Track List: Love Me Or Leave Me (Soundtrack)

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monga76
A real classy LADY! No one like it anymore. If only the young girls of today had a role model like her.
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One the most beautiful voices I ever heard. She was a lovely lady and my favorite. I grew up with Doris and I really loved her.
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!!!21
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OMG Iḿ BLOWN AWAY that Iḿ actually now amongst a group of ---fans, now ¨likeFRIENDs via Doris Day appreciants. Soooo happy that in 2017, I can instantly find folks who seem to SHARE an equal pure joy of pure talent -- that being Ms Doris Day.

Doris Day has been my FAVORITE singer, actor, and philanthropi s t , gosh-darn it, I say ROLE MODEL ever since I was4-years old. Maybe three , that is IF my memory serves me correctly.

I really gotta say a heartfelt ---Luv ya ALL !

-Jeff J.
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Why do people go out of their way to leave negative comments? SMH
I LOVE Doris and always will. I have a retro Shasta trailer themed Doris Day, she is the best!
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I Like dream a little dream of me by her great voice she has too
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⭐Doris Day wasn't only a great singer, but she is a great person. She is a strong advocate for animal rights and has helped the cause greatly, she uses her money and influence to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves ❤⭐
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ztanopo
Love her songs ... what a great singer and versatile actor she's too.
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I dedicate this song to my Lord and Savior Jesus. As the song says, "I only have eyes for you", because you saved me, redeemed me, and promised me so much. Not only in this life, but in the life to come.
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I love listening to your station.I am a student of Christian Science and so grateful that you touched so many with your music and shows.It is such a blessing perhaps you have some hymns you recorded to play as this year the mission is healing and saving the world.
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ladyjdeluna
She is one of my favorite singers and a great actress
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leilagee20
Homewrecker.
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I have seen every movie she ever made. Always loved her.
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For me Doris is the most beautiful singer an actor of all the beautiful lady,s out there. But do love them all.
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Oh how i wish i could meet her if only.
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foxnheimer
My favorite Doris Day movie is "Young at Heart." "Calamity Jane" was great as well.
Thank you Doris for sharing your talent, and your contribution to what would be a much worse off world without you.
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foxnheimer
To this day, Doris Day is by far my favorite female vocalist of all time. Nobody can sing a song with as much feeling! Also, she was a great actress.
Debbie Reynolds is also a favorite of mine, though she did not have the same success as Doris had outside of musicals.
I wonder if they knew each other very well?
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I will never forget Calamity Jane...after I saw the movie I wanted to be an interior designer...Y o u ' v e inspired so many with your movies and your musical career...tho s e were the days! THANK YOU!!!
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I read the full bio, but it did not give the name of her TV sitcom! Anybody know?
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annabugmt
Just iPhone
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annabugmt
Kiss your hand five times and post this twice and you'll find a pink or blue iPhone case under your pillow.
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I have enjoyed your movies and your music since I was young I specially like the movie Young At Heart with Frank Sinatra I love all your music have such a beautiful voice and now my granddaughte r sings Que Sera Sera love you and have a good year and several more to come my name is Janneane Durbin from Tampa Florida
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grgich655
Happy 92
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Happy 92nd Birthday, Doris. May you be happy forever ! I have adored you since I was a young teenager and loved your entertainmen t s .
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Happy 92 birthday dear Doris! She's the epitome of grace and beauty, in my eyes. Thanks for all the charm and memories.. :)
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grgich655
Love u so sorry about what happen
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barcedarfarm
I love you Doris. I am so glad to read your bio. I wish much happiness.
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mary7661
Who could NOT love Doris Day. I love everything about her. I have quite a few of her movies and they are fun and enjoyable to watch. She just makes me happy to hear her beautiful, amazing voice. I love her advocacy for sweet pets as well. Love you Doris!!
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I watch the movie and I love the song call my romance
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Doris day is a great singer just listening to her brought back dome good memories as all oldies do there is some of the greatest singer on Pandora Ellen aka Irish rose
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SHE IS GREAT! Good Doris Day!!
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I don't know how Pandora's algorithims can go from The Doors to Doris Day on my station. Love Me Two Times, and then Que Sera Sera ?
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I am enamored with listening to music of the oldies, by such famous artists as Doris Day, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Dean Martin, to name a few. Thanks Pandora.
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Wow! I got chills just reading the bio. She did it all and thank G-d she ended up on top.
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thelevas4
love god bless america
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She has a voice that is still unmatched to this day. So clean and crisp. Angelic even.
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What a wonderful voice
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For years all I knew was he crazy movie rolls….never took her seriously until I started listening to 40s female singers…..re a l l y she should have been famous for that. Glad I got clued in. Certainly had a great voice and touch with some very good songs
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Great biography and I learned a lot of things about her life. That poor girl has been through a lot.
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Wow I'm young lol
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nowstalgia
She's a great artist and humanitarian . Been a member of her animal league since she started it...she's the BEST..thank God for Doris Day.
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..always enjoyed her singing and she was an accomplished actor, and I learned much later she is a MOT.

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romancegirl1 9 6 3
She made some seriously bad choices in her personal life. Never let a man handle your finances - take care of them YOURSELF! And her son....well, he was another disaster. But Doris, you had a beautiful voice. I love listening to you. I remember my mother singing kay sera sera whatever will be, will be.... in the kitchen growing up. Such memories.
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Again - Doris Day (from 16 Most requested); I know it's very clichéd and old fashioned to be a Doris Day fan, but there's no denying the lady doesn't know how to sing a bad song.
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Maybe I am just too old fashion and sentimental, but the talent level these days just doesn't compare to the old stuff. Lady gag gag, Miley, Spears are nothing compared to Doris, Julie Andrews, Shirley Jones, etc.
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Looove Her!- Whatever will be! Will be!!-So True!
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She looked pretty hot in those movies from the mid-1960's. She was a good actress and of course singer
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I love her, anything she did since I first watched her in Calamity Jane when I was little, which is still my favorite musical.
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Doris Day is one of my all time favorites. From her Swinging Band days, to her broadway hits (I loved her in Annie Get Your Gun), all her movies for she was a top notch actress, and her television series. This was a great talent and it belonged to her.
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mathewbugg99
She is just so perfect in every single way and soooooooooo beautiful :D
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