- Performer:Doris Day
- Title:Live It Up!
- Style:Traditional Pop,Vocal Pop
- Date of release:September 1, 1995
- Recording date:December 24, 1947 - November 25, 1958
- Size FLAC version1789 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1282 megabytes
- Size WMA version1734 megabytes
- Formats:AAC AU MPC TTA APE AA
My Heart is the 29th and final studio album by Doris Day, released on September 5, 2011. On September 11, 2011 the album entered the UK chart at number nine, making Doris Day, at age 89, the oldest artist to score a UK Top 10 with an album featuring new material. Eight of the songs are new releases, with three of them written by Day's son Terry Melcher, and Bruce Johnston. Many of the songs on this collection were recorded in the mid-1980s for her Doris Day's Best Friends television show.
You're My Thrill was Doris Day's first LP album, issued on August 1, 1949 by Columbia Records as catalog number CL-6071, a 10" LP. At the same time, Columbia issued it as an album set of 78 rpm records as C-189. One of the tracks, "Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered", was also issued as a single (Columbia catalog number 38698, 7" LP 1-480), reaching on the Billboard chart in 1950.
My Heart is the 29th studio album by Doris Day, released on September 5, 2011. On September 11, 2011 the album entered the UK chart at number nine, making Doris Day the oldest artist to score a UK Top 10 with an album featuring new material. Many of the songs on this collection were recorded in the mid-eighties for her Doris Day's Best Friends television show. The songs were meant to be used as background music for segments featuring Doris and the animals.
The Doris Day Christmas Album (1964). With a Smile and a Song (1964). Latin for Lovers (1965). Singles - Top 10. "Sentimental Journey" - (H. Green/L.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Doris Day. I'll Be Home for Christmas. is a cover of. I'll Be Home for Christmas by Bing Crosby (1943). Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! is a cover of. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! by Vaughn Monroe (1946).
Doris Day (born Doris Mary Kappelhoff; April 3, 1922 – May 13, 2019) was an American actress, singer, and animal welfare activist. She began her career as a big band singer in 1939, achieving commercial success in 1945 with two No. 1 recordings, "Sentimental Journey" and "My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time" with Les Brown & His Band of Renown. During the war troops referred to her as "the American V-2" She left Brown to embark on a solo career and recorded more than 650 songs from 1947 to 1967.
Doris Day – vocals Frank De Vol And His Orchestra Dudley C. "Pete" King – conductor James K. "Jim" Harbert - conductor. Christmas can perhaps be considered the most romantic holiday of the year (celebrants woo it weeks in advance, whereas Valentine's Day is more of a romantic interruption), and listening to The Doris Day Christmas Album, it sure feels that way. Some may find her voice unseasonably sultry but, at their core, many Christmas songs are really love songs (both love of hearth and that other kind).
Doris Day Introduces Movie Dialogue Segments, 3. Doris Introduces Rock's Singing Voice: Inspiration. Doris Introduces Roly Poly. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Hurry, It's Lovely Up Here. On Moonlight Bay. On the Street Where You Live. On the Sunny Side of the Street.
CreditsSammy Cahn - Composer
Page Cavanaugh Trio - Performer, Primary Artist
Jeri Cooper - Composer
Doris Day - Primary Artist, Vocals
Milton Delugg - Composer
Gene DePaul - Composer
Frank DeVol - Performer, Primary Artist
Walter Donaldson - Composer
Milton Drake - Composer
Sammy Fain - Composer
The Four Lads - Performer, Primary Artist
Al Kavelin - Composer
Jan Matus - Composer
Johnny Mercer - Composer
The Modernaires - Performer, Primary Artist
Chilton Price - Composer
Bob Russell - Composer
Fred Spielman - Composer
Harold Spina - Composer
William Stein - Composer
Harry Warren - Composer
Paul Weston & His Orchestra - Primary Artist
|1||It's a Quiet Town (In Crossbone County) Bob Russell / Harold Spina||Doris Day feat: The Modernaires||2:20|
|2||Orange Colored Sky Milton Delugg / William Stein||Doris Day feat: Page Cavanaugh Trio||2:46|
|3||Baby Doll Johnny Mercer / Harry Warren||Doris Day feat: Paul Weston & His Orchestra||2:51|
|4||The Second Star to the Right Sammy Cahn / Sammy Fain||Doris Day feat: The Four Lads / Paul Weston & His Orchestra||3:10|
|5||Kiss Me Again, Stranger Chilton Price||Doris Day feat: Paul Weston & His Orchestra||2:56|
|6||Live It Up Jeri Cooper||Doris Day||1:59|
|7||Love in a Home Gene DePaul / Johnny Mercer||Doris Day feat: Paul Weston & His Orchestra||3:08|
|8||Whad'ja Put in That Kiss Al Kavelin / Jan Matus||Doris Day feat: Frank DeVol||2:22|
|9||Instant Love Milton Drake / Fred Spielman||Doris Day feat: Frank DeVol||2:15|
|10||You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?) Walter Donaldson||Doris Day feat: Frank DeVol||2:18|