Legendary Beatles’ star and solo pop icon Sir Paul McCartney talks to Doris Day for an exclusive new British interview in ‘The Daily Telegraph’August 31, 2011 1 Comment
Sir Paul McCartney, the award-winning British singer and songwriter has long admitted his admiration for the American singer and actress Doris Day. He has now been granted an exclusive interview with the star which will be published this in ‘The Daily Telegraph’ on Thursday, 1 September 2011 (not Sunday as previously reported!).
The Liverpool born rock and pop legend gained worldwide fame as a member of The Beatles, alongside John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. McCartney had previously met with Ms. Day at her home in Carmel (CA) some years previous and is said to be a fan of her 1950s musical movie ‘Calamity Jane‘.
The McCartney/Day interview forms part of the high profile music campaign instigated by Day’s British record label Sony Music which releases her 29th original album “My Heart” on Monday, 5th September 2011.
- Hurry, It’s Lovely Up Here (Written by Alan Jay Lerner & Burton Lane) +
- Daydream (Written by John Sebastian) +
- Way I Dreamed It (Written by Bruce Johnston & Terry Melcher) +
- Heaven Tonight (Written by Bruce Johnston) +
- My One & Only Love (Written by Robert Mellin & Guy Wood)
- My Heart (Written by Bruce Johnston & Terry Melcher) +
- You Are So Beautiful (Written by Billy Preston & Bruce Fisher) +
- Life Is Just A Bowl of Cherries (Written by Ray Henderson & Les Brown)
- Disney Girls (Written by Bruce Johnston) +
- My Buddy (Written by Walter Donaldson & Gus Kahn)
- Happy Endings (Bruce Johnston & Terry Melcher) +
[Sung by Terry with introduction by Doris Day]
- Ohio (Betty Comden, Adolph Green & Leonard Bernstein)
+ Previously Unreleased Song
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