Chapter 6

Doris Day: Non-Commercial Transcriptions and Recording Sessions
Non-Commercial Transcriptions and Recording Sessions

A. Non-Commercial Transcriptions

16″ Treasury Department Guest Star #44
That’s My Desire, Lady From 29 Palms
25 January 1948

16″ Treasury Department Guest Star #196 – Holiday Show David’s Psalm, The Everlasting Arms
24 December 1950

16″ Transcription:  American Red Cross 1950 Fund Campaign
Program #478-C Doris Day with Les Brown Orchestra
(contents unknown)

16″ Treasury Department Guest Star #238 (contents unknown)
14 October 1951

16″ Allied Record Manufacturing Company – Program #8 Oops

Stars for Defense (Office of Price Stabilization)
Baby Doll, The One I Love
5 October 1952

16″ Standard Program Library #R-224 (1952-1953)
I’ve Got A Feelin’ You’re Foolin’
Just You, Just Me
You Brought A New Kind Of Love to Me
I Could Write A Book
Stardust
Singin’ In The Rain
I’m In The Mood For Love
Please Mr. Sun
What’ll I Doodle-oodle-oo
September In The Rain

16″ Standard Program Library #R-228 (1953)
Be Anything (But Be Mine)
Sweet Evening Breeze
‘S Wonderful
Wonder
Sentimental Journey
Love To Be With You
You Oughta Be In Pictures
Blue Skies
I Can’t Give You Anything But Love
Light Your Lamp
My Blue Heaven

16″ Capitol Transcription B-565 (1952-1953)
Till I Waltz Again With You
Embraceable You
S’posin’
What Every Girl Should Know
Because You’re Mine

16″ World Program Service #381 –
Whad’ja Put In That Kiss
A Hundred Years From Today
I’m A Big Girl Now
Don’t Worry About Me
Coffee Cigarettes And Memories
25 November 1952

16″ World Program Service #431
I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good
Everything I Have Is Yours
25 November 1952

16″ Transcription 1951-1953
Slowpoke

16″ World Program Service #406 (1953)
When I’m Happy
Live It Up
I’ve Gotta Sing Away These Blues

16″ RCA Victor Christmas Seals program 1953
(for National Tuberculosis Association)
E3-QM-1322: The Doris Day Show
It’s Magic
Here Comes Santa Claus
The Second Star To The Right
Silent Night
Christmas Story

Armed Forces Radio Service #P-2321 & SSL-4693
A Guy Is A Guy
Who, Who, Who
A Little Kiss Goodnight
Gently Johnny
Makin’ Whoopee
My Buddy

B. Non-Commercial Recording Sessions

1. A collection of outtakes from the 1954 motion picture Young At Heart emerged in a CD produced by Naughty Dog.  It was titled Frank Sinatra & Doris Day Young At Heart Raw Sessions, and contained the following Doris Day song tracks:
Hold Me In Your Arms
Ready, Willing and Able
You, My Love (w/ Frank Sinatra)
Hold Me In Your Arms (Warner Bros. Studio Choir)
Someone To Watch Over Me (Frank Sinatra)

2. A rare gem emerged from a rehearsal session for the record album Annie Get Your Gun.  The song is I Got Lost In His Arms and is done with a simple piano accompaniment.

3. Recordings from the film Love Me Or Leave Me were made in two different studios – at Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures in December 1954, and at Columbia Records in November 1954 and January/February 1955. The MGM 12″ vinyl discs were recorded at 78 rpm and are as follows:

December 20: #29256 You Made Me Love You; #29257 Stay  On The Right Side Of The Road; #29258 Mean To Me;
#29259 Everybody Loves My Baby; #29268 I’ll Never Stop Loving You; #29265 Eddie Fulton Jingle; #29264 At Sundown; #29266 montage medley and Ten Cents A Dance
December 21: #29260 Sam The Old Accordion Man; #29261
Never Look Back; #29262 Love Me Or Leave Me; #29263 Love Me Or Leave Me (alternate); #29267 It All Depends On You;
#29265 Eddie Fulton Jingle; #29264 At Sundown

Page Chapter Links:
1. The Les Brown Years (1940-1946)
2. The Les Brown Years – Non-Commercial Recordings (1940-1946)
3. The Radio Years (1939-1953)
4. The Columbia Records Solo Years (1947-1967)
5. Other Commercial Albums
6. Non-Commercial Transcriptions and Recording Sessions
7. The Soundtrack Songs From Doris Day Films (1948-1968)
8. The Television Years (1968-1986)
9. The Bear Family Records of Germany Boxed Sets (1992-1997)

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