This 2 cd set is a terrific compilation.
My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time
Till the End Of Time
You won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart)
Love Somebody (Duet with Buddy Clark)
Let's Take An Old- Fashioned Walk (Duet With Frank Sinatra)
Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered
The Very Thought of You
On Moonlight Bay
Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To Shanghai
Sugarbush (Duet With Frankie Laine)
A Guy IS A Guy
When I Fall In Love
Mister Tap Toe
By the Light of The Silvery Moon
The Black Hills of Dakota
If I Give My Heart To You
Shakin' the Blues Away
Love Me Or Leave Me
I'll Never Stop Loving You
Whatever Will Be ,Will Be (Que Sera Sera)
The man Who Invented Love
There Once Was A Man (Duet With john Raitt)
Everybody Loves A lover
Fool Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread)
They Say It's Wonderful (Duet With Robert Goulet)
I've Got The Sun In the Morning
Move Over Darling
Desafinado (Slightly Out of Tune)
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When floating from the radio, phonograph, or movie screen, it seems Doris Day's voice has always been part of my life. as a child -the gorgeous voice,-clear and confident- spoke to me like no other and became the voice that would influence my own approach to singing.
With Doris Day, what you see is what you get! A well- grounded, thoughtful, being who could sing, dance, and act brilliantly-and with aplomb. But it's her voice that set Doris apart and that is the focus of The Essential Doris Day.
My apologies, I forgot to quote the person who made this statement. I will post it later. I think these sentiments are probably felt by many in this forum.
Talking about and listening to Doris Day, the singer.