The Beatle and the Movie Icon: Read Sir Paul McCartney’s conversation with Doris Day

September 1, 2011 3 Comments

The interview which we had previously reported Sir Paul McCartney had done with Hollywood star Doris Day has been published a few days earlier than we expected. The charming article can be found in today’s edition of the British newspaper ‘ The Daily Telegraph’.

Extracts from Sir Paul’s conversation with Ms. Day can also be read online here:

Doris Day’s eagerly awaited 29th original album “My Heart” is released in Germany, Austria and Switzerland tomorrow and in the United Kingdom on September 5th.

Label: Sony Music UK
UK Release Date: 5 September 2011
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  1. Hurry, It’s Lovely Up Here (Written by Alan Jay Lerner & Burton Lane) +
  2. Daydream (Written by John Sebastian) +
  3. Way I Dreamed It (Written by Bruce Johnston & Terry Melcher) +
  4. Heaven Tonight (Written by Bruce Johnston) +
  5. My One & Only Love (Written by Robert Mellin & Guy Wood)
  6. My Heart (Written by Bruce Johnston & Terry Melcher) +
  7. You Are So Beautiful (Written by Billy Preston & Bruce Fisher) +
  8. Life Is Just A Bowl of Cherries (Written by Ray Henderson & Les Brown)
  9. Disney Girls (Written by Bruce Johnston) +
  10. My Buddy (Written by Walter Donaldson & Gus Kahn)
  11. Happy Endings (Bruce Johnston & Terry Melcher) +
    [Sung by Terry with introduction by Doris Day]
  12. Ohio (Betty Comden, Adolph Green & Leonard Bernstein)

+ Previously Unreleased Song


3 Comments to “The Beatle and the Movie Icon: Read Sir Paul McCartney’s conversation with Doris Day”
  1. sonia says:

    im waiting for my cd to arrive, ont long now. What I have heard on the radio sounds great, well done Ms Day.

  2. Brian Brett says:

    I am waiting for mine i have been a fan of Doris Day’s since i was 10 years old i am now 67 and i am even a bigger fan.

  3. JENI LORD says:

    My CD arrived, safe and sound, (no pun intended!) thanks to Amazon.

    It is lovely to hear Doris Day’s songs – new and fresh – after many years of listening to firm favourites and of course hearing her sing in her movies so happily still put out on our TV channels.

    Thank you to all involved in bringing Doris Day into the 21st Century.

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