What Every Girl Should Know (album)

March 21, 1960 No Comments

US Release Date: 21 March 1960

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  1. What Every Girl Should Know
    (Robert Wells/David Holt)
  2. Mood Indigo
    (Duke Ellington/Irving Mills/Albany Bigard)
  3. When You’re Smiling
    (Mark Fisher/Joe Goodwin/Larry Shay)
  4. A Fellow Needs a Girl
    [from the musical Allegro]
    (Oscar Hammerstein II/Richard Rodgers)
  5. My Kinda Love
    (Joe Trent/Louise Alter)
  6. What’s the Use of Wond’rin’
    [from the musical Carousel]
    (Oscar Hammerstein II/Richard Rodgers)
  7. Something Wonderful [1959 remake]
    [from the musical The King & I]
    (Richard Rodgers/Oscar Hammerstein II) Listen
  8. A Hundred Years from Today
    (Joseph Young/Ned Washington/Victor Young)
  9. You Can’t Have Everything
    (Mack Gordon/Harry Revel)
  10. Not Only Should You Love Him
    (Sid Robin)
  11. What Does A Woman Do
    [Love theme from the film Midnight Lace]
    (Maxwell Anderson/Allie Wrubel)
  12. The Everlasting Arms
    (Martin Broones/Paul Francis Webster)

11 Dec – 22 Dec 1959 (3 days). The 1950s are undisputed as Doris Day’s most successful recording decade and this project was her last to be completed within it. Sessions for this album were held over 4 days in the fall of 1959. Doris was accompanied by the Harry Zimmerman orchestra which regularly provided the music on Dinah Shaw’s popular TV variety-show. What Every Girl Should Know offers twelve velvety-smooth ballads that are performed with an understated sway and swing. One of the highlights from these sessions is Doris’s much improved remake of the King and I classic “Something Wonderful”, a tune that she had first recorded for her 1951 single of songs from the musical. Doris also gives a stellar performance of Louis Armstong’s “When You’re Smiling” and includes “What Does a Woman Do”, a vocal version of the love theme from her hit thriller Midnight Lace.

Conductor: Harry Zimmerman
Label: Columbia Records (USA)
Format: 12″ Mono LP (#CL-1438) / 12″ Stereo LP (#CS-8234)
LP Cover Artwork: Ted Coconis

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