Doris Day - Alternative Song Titles

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Doris Day - Alternative Song Titles

Unread post by webmaster » 04 Aug 2007, 06:09

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Unread post by dayniac » 04 Aug 2007, 14:04

Bryan - Thanks for posting these. I've heard a few of them. I've always thought they definitely chose the right version to release. It is very interesting to hear the various shadings she gave to the different versions.
Interesting to hear the unreleased movie versions of some songs.

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I don't think she could go wrong with any version of It's You Or No One - another perfect song for her voice. :D
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Unread post by dayniac » 07 Aug 2007, 17:13

Bryan - Do you have a recording of It's You or No One with the Page Cavenaugh Trio from the ROTHS - the first time she sings it in the bar ? That's a jazzy version that I just love. :)
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Unread post by webmaster » 07 Aug 2007, 19:38

I think so - just need some time to finish what I'm doing.

I thought the "Never Look Back" version was very different - much preferred the one they used in the film, although it was still very good and interesting to hear.
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Different versions.

Unread post by Jas1 » 08 Aug 2007, 05:19

Similarly, I preferred to version of 'Love me or leave me' used in the film to the quite different alternative one recorded.

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