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Cuttin' Capers
[ US Release Date: 9 March 1959 ] 
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  01.   Cuttin' Capers
(Joe Lubin/Adam Ross)
 
  02.   Steppin' Out with My Baby
(Irving Berlin)
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  03.   Makin' Whoopee! [1959 remake]
(Gus Kahn/Walter Donaldson)
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  04.   The Lady's in Love with You
(Frank Loesser/Burton Lane)
 
05. Why Don't We Do this More Often
(Charles Newman/Allie Wrubel)
 
  06.   Let's Take a Walk Around the Block
(Ira Gershwin/E. Y. Harburg/Harold Arlen)
 
07. I'm Sitting on Top of the World
(Sam Lewis/Joe Young/Ray Henderson)
 
  08.   Get Out and Get Under the Moon
(Charles Tobias/William Jerome/Larry Shay)
 
  09.   Fit as a Fiddle (And Ready for Love)
(Arthur Freed/Al Hoffman/Al Goodhart)
 
  10.   Me Too (Ho-Ho! Ha-Ha!)
(Harry Woods/Charles Tobias/Al Sherman)
 
  11.   I Feel Like a Feather in the Breeze
(Mack Gordon/Harry Revel)
 
  12.   Let's Fly Away
(Cole Porter)
 


 
10 Nov - 29 Nov (5 days) 1958. I enjoy being a girl was recorded during these sessions fan favourite. Plus same year as Everybody loves a lover. summertime plus other film related singles. Walter Donaldson's You're driving me crazy (what did i do?) remained unreleased from these sessions until the mid 1970s. he wrote makin' whoppee!

There are times when the "swing" style of this album tricks you into thinking that you are listening to a Frank Sinatra or Dean Martin album. What you get instead are some very slick, effortless performances from one Ms. Doris Day.

It is obvious that Doris's big-band background stands her in good stead as she just glides with ease through the chosen material. Frank DeVol's arrangements also give the overall project that extra kick! 

 

Conductor: Frank DeVol
  • Columbia Records (USA)
  • 12" Mono LP (#CL-1232) / 12" Stereo LP (#CS-8078)


 

 

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