(That I Love You) (with The Mellowmen)
(Al J. Neilburg/Doc Daugherty/Ellis Reynolds)
Sometimes, I'm Happy (with The Mellowmen)
(Vincent Youmans/Leo Robin/Clifford Grey)
You Go to My Head
(George Siravo & Orchestra)
(J. Fred Coots/Haven Gillespie)
I Didn't Know What Time It Was
(with The Mellowmen)
[from the musical Too Many Girls]
(Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart)
When Your Lover Has Gone
(Einar Aaron Swan)
That Old Feeling
(Lew Brown/Sammy Fain)
This 10" LP was
Doris's first solo album release. It was a
on the American Billboard album chart and
followed hot on the
heels of a series of successful singles.
The songs featured on this compilation
were recorded between December 1948 and June 1949.
Each had been previously available on four 78-rpm
singles, most notable of which was Doris's Top 10
interpretation of dreamy ballad “Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered”.
13 June 1955,
this album was repackaged and renamed Day Dreams with four additional recordings
specifically for the increasingly popular
12" format. The bonus tracks were
"I've Only Myself to Blame", "If I Could Be with You" &
"Darn That Dream".
You're My Thrill was re-issued in
2004 on CD format by Sony Music (UK).