Saturday, March 13, 2021

Doris Day [RIP] - Discography - 320kbps


Born: April 3, 1922 - Died: May 13, 2019

Doris Day packed four careers into one lifetime, two each in music and movies. The pity is that all most people remember are her movies, from Teacher's Pet (1957) onward, as the quintessential all-American girl, cast opposite such icons of masculinity as Clark Gable and Rock Hudson. She also transposed this following to television at the end of the '60s with a situation comedy that lasted into the early '70s. If most people remember her as a singer, it's usually for such pop hits as "Secret Love" and her Oscar-winning "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)," which became her signature tune.

But before all of that, from 1939 until the end of the '40s, Doris Day was one of the hottest, sultriest swing-band vocalists in music. That body of work -- which contains at least one unabashed, classic early-'40s recording, "Sentimental Journey" -- is one of the most impressive in the fields of swing and popular jazz, and deserves to be heard far more than it is. Moreover, before those late-'50s comedies, Day had a film career that included adaptations of Broadway musicals (The Pajama Game), classic thrillers (The Man Who Knew Too Much), and searing social drama (Storm Warning).

1940-1946. Complete Recordings With Les Brown

1944-1966. Golden Girl (Columbia Recordings)
CD01 - CD02


Tom said...

Hello Ozzieguy,it is great to see that you are well and can make new offers on your wonderful web side!! Doris Day was an great female singer and actor.Great to see her musical work on your side.Please give links for the albums 1958-1967.Thanks for it!!! Keep your health!!! Many greetings Thomas

Tom said...

Hello Ozzieguy, thanks for your work.Please give links for Doris Day 1955 and later.Thanks Greetings Thomas

Ozzieguy said...

Hello Tom,
All of what I have is online now :-)
Thanks for your notes mate.
Best Wishes