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Young Man With A Horn
[ US Release Date: 13 March 1950 ]
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  01.   I May Be Wrong [But I Think You're Wonderful]
(Doris Day with Harry James and his Orchestra)
(Henry Sullivan/Harry Ruskin)
  02.   The Man I Love
(Harry James and the Rhythm Section)
(George & Ira Gershwin)
  03.   The Very Thought Of You
(Doris Day with Harry James and his Orchestra)
(Ray Noble)
  04.   Melancholy Rhapsody
(Harry James and his Orchestra)
(Ray Heindorf/Sammy Cahn)
05. Get Happy
(Harry James and his Orchestra)
(Ted Koehler/Harold Arlen)
  06.   Too Marvelous For Words
(Doris Day with Harry James and his Orchestra)
(Richard Whiting/Johnny Mercer)
07. Limehouse Blues
(Harry James and the Rhythm Section)
(Phillip Braham/Douglas Furber)
  08.   With A Song In My Heart
(Doris Day with Harry James and his Orchestra)
(Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart)


The pairing of singer Doris Day with trumpeter Harry James is an absolute joy. The recording sessions which involved Doris ran over a two day period from the 25-27 January 1950. The enchanting album that resulted from this union was deservingly catapulted to the #1 spot on the American Billboard chart.
On 9 August 1954, Columbia repackaged this release for the 12" LP format with four bonus tracks ("Pretty Baby", "I Only Have Eyes For You" plus two further recordings featuring Harry James: "Would I Love You" and "Lullaby Of Broadway").

In 1999, Columbia (USA) issued a CD of the 1954 edition inclusive of original LP artwork, in depth liner notes and many movie photos. 

1954 12" LP re-issue
  1954 Re-issue LP Artwork


Conductor: Harry James
  • Columbia Records (USA)
  • 10" Mono LP (#CL-6106) / 12" Mono LP (#CL-582)
  • Highest Chart Position: US#1
  • See also the film listing for Young Man with a Horn



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