Doris Day Sings 22 Original Recordings: 1952-53 (American compilation album of live radio broadcasts with the Page Cavanaugh Trio)

November 17, 1992 No Comments

US Release Date: 17 November 1992

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  1. I Can’t Give You Anything But Love, Baby
    (Jimmy McHugh/Dorothy Fields)
  2. Sentimental Journey
    (Bud Green/Les Brown/Ben Homer)
  3. Just You, Just Me
    (Jesse Greer/Raymond Klages)
  4. Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me
    (Ted Koehler/Rube Bloom)
  5. You Oughta Be in Pictures
    (Dana Suesse/Edward Heyman)
  6. I Could Write a Book [from the musical Pal Joey]
    (Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart)
  7. Light Your Lamp
    (George Wyle/Edward Pola)
  8. Be Anything [But Be Mine]
    (Irving Gordon)
  9. Singin’ in the Rain [from the musical Singin’ in the Rain]
    (Arthur Freed/Nacio Herb Brown)
  10. I’ve Got It Bad [And That Ain’t Good]
    (Duke Ellington/Paul Francis Webster)
  11. Blue Skies
    (Irving Berlin)
  12. Cryin’ My Heart Out for You
    (Sammy Gallop/Guy Wood)
  13. I’m in the Mood for Love
    (Jimmy McHugh/Dorothy Fields)
  14. S’posin’
    (Andy Razaf/Paul Denniker)
  15. My Blue Heaven
    (Walter Donaldson/George Whiting)
  16. Stardust
    (Hoagy Carmichael/Mitchell Parish)
  17. I Gotta Sing Away These Blues
    (Jeri Cooper)
  18. I’m a Big Girl Now
    (Jeri Cooper)
  19. ‘S Wonderful
    (George & Ira Gershwin)
  20. September in the Rain
    (Al Dubin/Harry Warren)
  21. You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me
    (Sammy Fain/Irving Kahal/Peter Norman)
  22. A Hundred Years from Today
    (Ned Washington/Victor & Joseph Young)

This US CD contains songs from live radio broadcasts taped between 1952-3. All of these recordings were rare until 1986, when the American record label Hindsight released them on vinyl LP. Multiple budget-labels have since repackaged and re-issued these tracks on CD. Although the sound quality is slightly inferior on these recordings this is sufficiently compensated by some captivating vocal performances by Doris and the Page Cavanaugh Trio. These are complimented well by some jazzy arrangements from the Van Alexander Orchestra.

Conductor: Unknown
Label: Hindsight Records (USA)
Format: Audio CD (#HCD-411)

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