Doris Day - A Day At The Movies

Talking about and listening to Doris Day, the singer.
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Doris Day - A Day At The Movies

Unread post by Johnny » 27 May 2018, 16:00

Doris Day - A Day At The Movies is a 1988 compilation of 16 songs from 16 of Doris' films. It is a beautiful collection that takes the listener on a journey of memorable ballads and film title songs concluding with Doris' signature song, Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera,Sera).

Song Listing:

It's Magic
My Dream Is Yours
It's A Great Feeling
With A Song In My Heart
Tea For Two
Ten Thousand Four Hundred Thirty-Two Sheep
I Live The Way You Say Goodnight
On Moonlight Bay
I'll See You In My Dreams
April In Paris
By The Light of the Silvery Moon
Secret Love
The Bluebells of Broadway (Are Ringing Tonight)
There's A Rising Moon
I'll Never Stop Loving You
Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)

The information booklet gives background on each of the songs. The version of I'll Never Stop Loving You from Love Me or Leave Me is not the soundtrack recording but the popular hit with the Percy Faith Orchestra.


This collection of songs from Doris Day's films is a listening pleasure.
Johnny

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Unread post by Musiclover » 27 May 2018, 20:07

A fine collection, indeed. Thanks for telling about it.

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Unread post by Peter Flapper » 28 May 2018, 10:35

Hi Johnny,

A long time ago... this was one of the first four cd's I ever bought of Doris. My first one was: The Girl Next Door!!!

Thanks for bringing memories back to us!!!

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Re: Doris Day - A Day At The Movies

Unread post by Johnny » 28 May 2018, 11:00

Thanks Peter!

Listening to Doris Day songs and watching her films always remind me of treasured childhood memories of my parents and brothers going to Doris Day movies.
Johnny

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