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by caldonia
16 Dec 2012, 10:53
Forum: THE MUSIC OF DORIS DAY
Topic: The Definitive Doris Day Discography
Replies: 43
Views: 54261

Re: The Definitive Doris Day Discography

Dear Texas... Since my last post I have found one more Doris Day recording on Army V-Disc V-904B 1(haven't started on the Navy labels). She sang a close harmony duet with Buddy Clark "You May Not Be An Angel" accompanied by George Siravo and his orchestra, recorded at Columbia studios Dec 20, 1948. ...
by caldonia
12 Mar 2012, 13:33
Forum: THE MUSIC OF DORIS DAY
Topic: The Definitive Doris Day Discography
Replies: 43
Views: 54261

Re: The Definitive Doris Day Discography

:D Hi Texas
One more minor correction to the V-Disc's of Doris Day.
The discs were 12" not 10" 78 rpm vinyl discs.
Hate to be picky, but what can you expect from a retired engineer.
Tnx
Caldonia
by caldonia
14 Dec 2011, 10:39
Forum: THE MUSIC OF DORIS DAY
Topic: The Definitive Doris Day Discography
Replies: 43
Views: 54261

Re: The Definitive Doris Day Discography

:D
To all in DD Land

My label of V-Disc 349A, "A Sentimental Journey" has an unreadble VP number. I have VP 9xx. Does anyone have a clean label JPG file they can send to me? I am collecting V-Disc as a hobby.

Tnx
Caldonia
by caldonia
13 Nov 2011, 09:49
Forum: THE MUSIC OF DORIS DAY
Topic: The Definitive Doris Day Discography
Replies: 43
Views: 54261

Misc additions and V-Disc corrections

Misc Corrections: :D Sentimental Journey is on V-Disc 349A not 348 The Day After Forever V-Disc 255A1 is sung by Gordon Drake not Doris Day Take me In Your Arms is on V-Disc 412B side not the A side. Till the End of Time V-Disc 515A1, 275(N) and He'll Have ... A2, 275(N) These two are on the last is...