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Music, Movies & Memories CD

Doris Day
Music, Movies & Memories CD

"Here’s the perfect birthday present for Doris Day fans: a brand-new album of Day rarities
spanning the 1940s through 1980s, offering tracks that have never appeared on
an album or compact disc as well as several precious, recently-discovered gems.
Among the previously unreleased titles are a 1947 rendition of the standard “Can’t
Help Lovin’ That Man,” a beautiful ballad from the ‘50s entitled “How Well I Know,” and
five tracks from Doris’ final recording session in 1985 including an amazing, jazz-flavored
outtake performance of “Everyone’s Gone to the Moon.” Also featured is Doris’
last-ever film song, “Soft as the Starlight” (from 1966’s The Glass Bottom Boat) in
stereo, plus a duo of soundtrack selections from her musical Young at Heart, an unreleased
alternate version of her signature 1956 million-selling smash “Que Sera, Sera
(Whatever Will Be, Will Be)” and three performances from Doris’ 1970s CBS-TV variety
specials, featuring superb interpretations of “The Way We Were,” “The Gypsy in My Soul” and a
medley that closes with “The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy).” To cap things off, Doris reflects on her multi-faceted talents in a
special promotional radio interview from the 1960s, retrieved from her personal archive. Plus liner notes with quotes from Doris, photos—
there’s literally just one way to describe this one-of-a-kind collection — “it’s magic!”"

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"Here’s the perfect birthday present for Doris Day fans: a brand-new album of Day rarities spanning the 1940s through 1980s, offering tracks that have never appeared on an album or compact disc as well as several precious, recently-discovered gems. Among the previously unreleased titles are a 1947 rendition of the standard “Can’t Help Lovin’ That Man,” a beautiful ballad from the ‘50s entitled “How Well I Know,” and five tracks from Doris’ final recording session in 1985 including an amazing, jazz-flavored outtake performance of “Everyone’s Gone to the Moon.” Also featured is Doris’ last-ever film song, “Soft as the Starlight” (from 1966’s The Glass Bottom Boat) in stereo, plus a duo of soundtrack selections from her musical Young at Heart, an unreleased alternate version of her signature 1956 million-selling smash “Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)” and three performances from Doris’ 1970s CBS-TV variety specials, featuring superb interpretations of “The Way We Were,” “The Gypsy in My Soul” and a medley that closes with “The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy).” To cap things off, Doris reflects on her multi-faceted talents in a special promotional radio interview from the 1960s, retrieved from her personal archive. Plus liner notes with quotes from Doris, photos— there’s literally just one way to describe this one-of-a-kind collection — “it’s magic!”"
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Track Listing

1. CAN’T HELP LOVIN’ THAT MAN
2. SOME SUNDAY MORNING with Les Brown & His Orchestra
3. YOU”RE GETTING TO BE A HABIT WITH ME
(from the film Lullaby of Broadway)
4. YOU’RE GONNA LOSE YOUR GAL (from the film Starlift) - duet
with Gordon MacRae
5. ‘S WONDERFUL (from the film Starlift)
6. HOW WELL I KNOW
7. READY, WILLING & ABLE (from the film Young at Heart)
8. HOLD ME IN YOUR ARMS (from the film Young at Heart)
9. QUE SERA, SERA (live charity version)
10. SOFT AS THE STARLIGHT (from the film The Glass Bottom Boat)
11. THE GYPSY IN MY SOUL
(from The Doris Mary Anne Kappelhoff Special)
12. MEDLEY: SECRET LOVE/WHO WILL BUY/THE 59th STREET
BRIDGE SONG (from The Doris Mary Anne Kappelhoff Special)
13. THE WAY WE WERE (from Doris Day Today)
14. BEST FRIENDS (from Doris Day’s Best Friends)
15. WILDFIRE (from Doris Day’s Best Friends)
16. OCTOPUS’ GARDEN (from Doris Day’s Best Friends)
17. STEWBALL - Duet with Terry Melcher
(from Doris Day’s Best Friend)
18. EVERYONE’S GONE TO THE MOON
(from Doris Day’s Best Friends)
19. A WORD FROM DORIS (radio interview)
20. IN THE STUDIO