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Doris Day - Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966) download album

  • Performer: Doris Day
  • Album: Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966)
  • FLAC: 1681 mb | MP3: 1510 mb
  • Released: 1999
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Easy Listening, Big Band, Musical, Swing, Soundtrack
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Doris Day - Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966) download album

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Someone Like You. Doris Day & Buddy Clark. Doris Day & Male Quartet. You Can Have Him. Doris Day & Dinah Shore. 13. The Very Thought of You. 3:02. 14. Too Marvelous for Words. Doris Day & Harry James and His Orchestra. 15. I Only Have Eyes for You. Doris Day & Alex Stordahl and His Orchestra.

Let the Little Girl Limbo, 02:31. Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai, 02:20. Move Over Darling, 02:37. Green Day American Idiot. ZAYN Dusk Till Dawn (feat.

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Complete your Doris Day collection. This release was designed to commemorate Day's 75th birthday (as of this writing she's still kicking) and is the first 2-cd overview of her entire recording career. You may have a preference for her earlier, big band pop or her later film music; this compilation showcases both very well. Even though I love Doris Day's perfect pop soprano and like much of this music it is mostly located in a faded pop culture era, and sometimes unconvincing. A lot of the film songs and show tunes fare the worst, while the earlier pop - and even something approaching jazz - still sounds good.

Doris Day, Les Brown & His Orchestra - My DreamsAre Gettin´ Better All The Time 03:18. Doris Day, Million Dollar Orchestra - My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time 03:17. Doris Day - My Dreams Are Getting Better 03:18. Doris Day, Les Brown And His Orch. My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time 03:21. Doris Day - Put 'Em in a Box, Tie 'Em with a Ribbon (Romance on the High Seas, 1948 Film) 03:06. Doris Day - Put'em in a Box 03:07. Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra, Doris Day, Doris Day with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra, Doris Day with Choir and Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl, I Only Have Eyes For You - Young Man With A Horn 03:20. Doris Day, Paul Weston & His Orchestra - Shangaï 02:24. Doris Day, Ирвинг Берлин - Shaking the Blues Away 03:30. Doris Day - That Jane from Maine 02:26.

You Can Have Him (Album Version). Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966). Yazar: Irving Berlin, Besteciler: Irving Berlin. Too Marvelous For Words (Album Version). Harry James & His Orchestra. Yazar: Johnny Mercer - R. Whiting, Besteciler: Johnny Mercer - R. Whiting.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Golden Girl: Columbia Recordings 1944-1966" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Doris Day (born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff, April 3, 1922) is an American actress, singer, and animal rights activist, who began her career as a big band singer in 1939, but only began to be noticed after her first hit recording, "Sentimental Journey", in 1945. After leaving the Les Brown & Hi. ore . Year: 1999.

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Tracklist

Doris Day With Les Brown And His Orchestra Sentimental Journey 3:13
Doris Day With Les Brown And His Orchestra My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time 3:17
Doris Day It Takes Time 2:58
Doris Day It's Magic 3:28
Doris Day And Buddy Clark Love Somebody 3:04
Doris Day Tacos, Enchiladas And Beans 2:52
Doris Day Put 'Em In A Box, Tie 'Em With A Ribbon (And Throw Them In The Deep Blue Sea) 3:07
Doris Day Someone Like You 2:49
Doris Day (You May Not Be An Angel But) I'll String Along WIth You 3:11
Doris Day That Old Feeling 3:04
Doris Day With The Mellomen Again 2:48
Doris Day At The Cafe Rendezvous 2:50
Doris Day And Dinah Shore You Can Have Him 3:26
Doris Day Cuttin' Capers 2:41
Doris Day With Harry James And His Orchestra The Very Thought Of You 3:03
Doris Day With Harry James And His Orchestra Too Marvelous For Words 3:17
Doris Day Darn That Dream 3:20
Doris Day I Only Have Eyes For You 3:21
Doris Day With Gene Nelson And The Page Cavanaugh Trio Crazy Rhythm 2:27
Doris Day I've Never Been In Love Before 3:05
Doris Day It's A Lovely Day Today 3:00
Doris Day You're Getting To Be A Habit To Me 2:54
Doris Day With The Norman Luboff Choir* And The Buddy Cole Quartet In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town 2:55
Doris Day With Harry James And His Orchestra Lullaby Of Broadway 2:52
Doris Day With The Norman Luboff Choir* With Paul Weston And His Orchestra On Moonlight Bay 2:30
Doris Day With Paul Weston And His Orchestra (Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai 2:20
Doris Day With Paul Weston And His Orchestra Baby Doll 2:53
Doris Day With Paul Weston And His Orchestra It Had To Be You 2:42
Doris Day And Frankie Laine With The Norman Luboff Choir* With Paul Weston And His Orchestra Sugarbush 2:01
Doris Day With Paul Weston And His Orchestra A Guy Is A Guy 2:42
Doris Day With The Norman Luboff Choir* With Percy Faith And His Orchestra* April In Paris 3:11
Doris Day And Johnnie Ray Ma Says, Pa Says 2:49
Doris Day With The Norman Luboff Choir* With Paul Weston And His Orchestra Ain't We Got Fun 2:37
Doris Day The Black Hills Of Dakota 3:02
Doris Day Secret Love 3:41
Doris Day I Speak To The Stars 3:04
Doris Day With The Mellomen If I Give My Heart To You 2:52
Doris Day There's A Rising Moon 3:08
Doris Day Shaking The Blues Away 3:33
Doris Day I'll Never Stop Loving You 1:57
Doris Day Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera) 2:07
Doris Day I'm Not At All In Love 4:06
Doris Day And John Raitt There Once Was A Man 3:21
Doris Day Everybody Loves A Lover 2:43
Doris Day That Jane From Maine 2:29
Doris Day Pillow Talk 2:12
Doris Day Lover Come Back 2:18
Doris Day With André Previn You're Good For Me 2:05
Doris Day This Can't Be Love 3:10
Doris Day My Romance 2:34
Doris Day Doin' What Comes Natur'lly 2:49
Doris Day Let The Little Girl Limbo 2:34
Doris Day Move Over Darling 2:41
Doris Day Sorry 2:21

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
COL 493012 2 Doris Day Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966) ‎(2xCD, Comp, Mono, RM) Columbia, Legacy COL 493012 2 Germany 2000
C2K 65505 Doris Day Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966) ‎(2xCD, Comp, Mono, Club) Columbia, Legacy C2K 65505 US 1999
C2K 65505 Doris Day Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966) ‎(2xCD, Comp, RM) Columbia, Legacy C2K 65505 US 1999
Cordalas
This release was designed to commemorate Day's 75th birthday (as of this writing she's still kicking) and is the first 2-cd overview of her entire recording career. You may have a preference for her earlier, big band pop or her later film music; this compilation showcases both very well. Even though I love Doris Day's perfect pop soprano and like much of this music it is mostly located in a faded pop culture era, and sometimes unconvincing. A lot of the film songs and show tunes fare the worst, while the earlier pop - and even something approaching jazz - still sounds good. Day was an exceptionally talented communicator and a technically very good singer, so she was able to make the best of what was offered. None of this music can seriously be considered "classic" - it's lightweight commercial, never intended for a long shelf life. But a lot of this is also pleasant (although not all at once), and the remastered sound quality on this release is excellent, so if you like it both wholesome and perky this is the motherlode.
Llathidan
I don't agree with segregating this music to being from a faded era and never intended to have a long shelf life. It's all a matter of taste. Would you say Billie Holiday is in the same category?
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