Merry Christmas From Doris Day And Dinah Shore

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Merry Christmas From Doris Day And Dinah Shore

Unread post by Johnny » 19 Dec 2016, 14:44

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Merry Christmas From Doris Day and Dinah Shore has eleven holiday songs with primary artists, Doris Day, Dinah Shore, Anita Ellis, Kay Thompson, and Ginny Simms. Peggy Lee is a guest artist.

The songs listed are:

Here Comes Santa Clause - Doris Day
O Little Town of Bethlehem
- Doris Day - Dinah Shore
Toyland - Doris Day & Anita Ellis
The Second Star To The Right - Doris Day
Jingle Bells- Doris Day & Kay Thompson
White Christmas & Dinah Shore
The Christmas Song -Doris Day & Peggy Lee
I'll Be Home For Christmas -Doris Day & Connie Haines
The First Noel - Doris Day & Dinah Shore
Christmas - Doris Day
O Come All Ye Faithful\ Hark The Herald The Angels Sing\ Joy To The World
-Doris Day,Dinah Shore,Francis Langford, Ginny Simms and The Ken Darby Songers

The release date is November 7,1995 on the Laserlight label.

Of special interest is a review stating: " Doris Day's singing of The Second Star To The Right is as delicate as fine crystal".
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Re: Merry Christmas From Doris Day And Dinah Shore

Unread post by Musiclover » 19 Dec 2016, 20:42

Nice collection of Christmas songs, Johnny. I'm aware of a CD with the same title that actually contains just 3 songs by Doris alone -- Here Comes Santa Claus, Second Star to the Right, and Christmas Story (from On Moonlight Bay) and 3 by Dinah alone -- O Little Town of Bethlehem, White Christmas, and The First Noel. Anita Ellis sang Toyland, Peggy Lee sang The Christmas Song, the Kay Thompson Singers did Jingle Bells, and Connie Haines sang I'll Be Home for Christmas. Dinah joined in the medley, but Doris did not.

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