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CD 1 - Greatest Hits

1. Que Sera Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)
2. Secret Love
3. A Guy Is A Guy
4. It's Magic
5. Sugarbush (with Frankie Laine)
6. Again
7. The Deadwood Stage
8. The Black Hills Of Dakota
9. Just Blew In From The Windy City
10. Bewitched
11. My Darling, My Darling (with Buddy Clark)
12. Let's Take An Old-Fashioned Walk (with Frank Sinatra)
13. Everywhere You Go
14. Would I Love (Love You, Love You)
15. (Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai
16. It's A Lovely Day Today
17. Domino
18. Confess (with Buddy Clark)
19. Thoughtless
20. Canadian Capers (Cuttin' Capers)
21. Papa Won't You Dance With Me?
22. Put 'Em In A Box, Tie 'Em With A Ribbon
23. Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)
24. My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time
25. Sentimental Journey


CD 2

The Original 'Day By day' Album

1. The Song Is You
2. Hello, My Lover, Goodbye
3. But Not For Me
4. I Remember You
5. I Hadn’t Anyone Till You
6. But Beautiful
7. Autumn Leaves
8. Don’t Take Your Love From Me
9. There’ll Never Be Another You
10. Gone With The Wind
11. The Gypsy In My Soul
12. Day By Day

The Original 'Day By Night' Album

13. I See Your Face Before Me
14. Close Your Eyes
15. The Night We Called It A Day
16. Dream A Little Dream Of Me
17. Under A Blanket Of Blue
18. You Do Something To Me
19. Stars Fell On Alabama
20. Moon Song
21. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away)
22. Soft As The Starlight
23. Moonglow
24. The Lamp Is Low

The Best Of

Artist Doris Day

Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD266

Bar-Code 5060143492662

Availability: In stock

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As America left the clouds of world war behind, no-one personified their hopes and dreams more than freckle-faced Doris Day. The nation's favourite blonde was not only an in-demand singer but an Oscar-winning actress - yet she remained engagingly modest and unfailingly approachable. The Hollywood mood of the Fifties was light and upbeat, and Day was very much in tune with the times. Our first disc is a 'Best Of' that takes the story as far as 1956, and the two original albums that accompany it - 'Day By Day' and 'Day By Night', both recorded in 1957 - are regarded by critics and fans alike as some of Doris's best work.

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