Doris Day – The 1960s Singles (American compilation album)

January 22, 2002 No Comments

US Release Date: 22 January 2002

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  1. Anyway the Wind Blows [from the film Please Don’t Eat The Daisies]
    (By Dunham/Marilyn & Joe Hooven)
  2. Please Don’t Eat The Daisies [from the film Please Don’t Eat The Daisies]
    (Joe Lubin)
  3. Here We Go Again
    (Joe Seneca)
  4. The Blue Train
    (James Harbert/Paul Manning)
  5. A Perfect Understanding
    (Milton Drake/Fred Spielman)
  6. What Does A Woman Do [1960 single remake] [Love theme from the film Midnight Lace]
    (Maxwell Anderson/Allie Wrubel)
  7. Daffa Down Dilly
    (James & Charlene Harbert)
  8. Should I Surrender? [from the film Lover Come Back]
    (William Landau/Adam Ross)
  9. Who Knows What Might Have Been? [from the musical Subways Are For Sleeping]
    (Jule Styne/Betty Comden/Adolph Green)
  10. Lover Come Back [from the film Lover Come Back]
    (Frank DeVol/Alan spilton)
  11. Falling
    (Bruce Johnston/Don Wyatt)
  12. Move Over Darling [from the film Move Over, Darling]
    (Terry Melcher/Hal Kantor/Joe Lubin)
  13. Twinkle Lullaby [from the film Move Over, Darling]
    (Joe Lubin)
  14. Send Me No Flowers [from the film Send Me No Flowers]
    (Burt Bacharach/Hal David)
  15. Rainbow’s End
    (Denis King/John Lunkin)
  16. Catch The Bouquet
    (Hans Haller/Fred Spielman)
  17. Another Go Around
    (Noel Regney/Gloria Shayne)
  18. Do Not Disturb [from the film Do Not Disturb]
    (Mark Barkan/Ben Raleigh)
  19. Au Revoir Is Goodbye With A Smile [from the film Do Not Disturb]
    (Bob Hilliard/Mort Garson)
  20. There They Are
    (Paul Francis Webster/Donald Borzage/Carter Wright)
  21. Every Now And Then [You Come Around]
    (Richard Ahlert/Eddie Snyder)
  22. The Glass Bottom Boat [from the film The Glass Bottom Boat]
    (Joe Lubin)
  23. Sorry
    (Johnny Mercer/Gene dePaul)
  24. Caprice [from the film Caprice]
    (Larry Marks)
  25. Let The Little Girl Limbo [Previously Unreleased]
    (Barry Mann/Cynthia Weill)
  26. Oo-Wee Baby [Previously Unreleased]
    (Barry Mann/Cynthia Weill)

This CD contains a treasure trove of ‘Doris Day’ A&B side singles which were released by Columbia Records (USA) during the 1960s. This standout project ignores those singles that originate from Doris’s original studio albums and focuses solely on those songs that are unique to the single format. Thus, what you get is an assortment of very colourful recordings that are difficult to obtain on CD (unless of course you splash out on the extravagant Bear Family boxset of this era)!

This super collections closes with two wonderful tunes by hit song-makers Barry Mann and Cynthia Weill, who were responsible for songs like “Saturday Night At The Movies” (The Drifters), “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling” (The Righteous Brothers) and “Make Your Own Kind Of Music” (Mama Cass Elliott). Both of these tracks were intended as potential “pop” singles for Doris but never got released!

Conductor: Various
Label: Collectables Records (USA)
Format: Audio CD

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