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Doris Day Sentimental Journey / Latin For Lovers

Sentimental Journey / Latin For Lovers
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2 Original LPs on 1 CD

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  • Originally Released: 2001
  • Label: Collectables Records

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Doris Day's Biggest hit, "Sentimental Journey," was recorded while she was a vocalist in Les Brown's band in the mid-1940s. Highlights from these two original albums on one compact disc include "Fly Me To The Moon" and "The More I See You."


  • 1.The More I See You
  • 2.At Last
  • 3.Come To Baby, Do!
  • 4.I Had The Craziest Dream
  • 5.I'll Never Smile Again
  • 6.I Remember You
  • 7.Serenade In Blue
  • 8.I'm Beginning To See The Light
  • 9.It Could Happen To You
  • 10.It's Been A Long, Long Time
  • 11.Sentimental Journey
  • 12.Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars
  • 13.Fly Me To The Moon
  • 14.Meditation
  • 15.Dansero
  • 16.Summer Has Gone
  • 17.How Insensitive
  • 18.Slightly Out Of Tune
  • 19.Our Day Will Come
  • 20.Be True To Me
  • 21.Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps
  • 22.Be Mine Tonight
  • 23.Por Favor

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Originally released on Columbia.
Liner Note Author: George T. Simon.
Recording information: 09/11/1964-11/09/1964.
Arranger: Mort Garson.
Doris Day's Sentimental Journey/Latin for Lovers is comprised of two mid-'60s LPs, the first a look back at Day's mid-'40s prime, the second a studied glance at the then-current vogue for Latin material that overtook dozens of other vocalists (among the best were contributions by Peggy Lee and Mel Torm‚). As the genre proved for most traditional pop vocalists, Latin for Lovers was an easy, relaxed session for Day, a natural for laid-back material from the sunny climes of Rio: "Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars," "How Insensitive," "Slightly Out of Tune," and "Fly Me to the Moon" (hey, if Astrud Gilberto could do it, why not her?). ~ John Bush

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  • Sales Rank: 19,819
  • UPC: 090431686720
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