From This Moment On
  • Les Brown & Doris Day
    Les Brown & Doris Day

Doris Day

From This Moment On


Doris Day (vcl), Les Brown, George Siravo, Axel Stordahl, Harry James, Page Cavanaugh, David Rose, Frank Comstock, Buddy Cole, Paul Weston (dir)

Reference: BUD3009

Bar code: 8435086730091

Remembered as the quintessential All-American girl; Doris Day was from 1939 till the end of the 40's, one of the hottest sultriest Swing band vocalists in jazz and popular music.


01. Sentimental Journey (Brown-Green) 3:07
02. Day by Day (Cahn-Stordahl) 3:04
03. I Got the Sun in the Morning (Irving Berlin) 2:32
04. Tulip or Turnip (Ellington-George) 2:51
05. It's Magic (Cahn-Styne) 3:23
06. Imagination (Burke-Van Heusen) 3:14
07. Again (Newman-Cochran) 2:47
08. Let's Take an Old-Fashioned Walk (Irving Berlin) 3:01
09. Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered (Rodgers-Hart) 2:42
10. I May Be Wrong (Sullivan-Raskin) 3:00
11. The Very Thought of You (Ray Noble) 2:58
12. Too Marvelous for Words (Whiting-Mercer) 3:13
13. With a Song in My Heart (Rodgers-Hart) 3:07
14. Crazy Rhythm (Wolfe-Kahn-Caesar) 2:25
15. I Want to Be Happy (Youmans-Caesar) 2:38
16. I've Never Been in Love Before (Franz Loesser) 3:03
17. From This Moment On (Cole Porter) 2:50
18. You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me (Warren-Dubin) 2:50
19. Lullaby of Broadway (Warren-Dubin) 2:28
20. (Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai (De Lugg-Hillard) 2:21

Album details

All sessions recorded between 1944-1951 for Columbia in New York City (tracks #1-6) and Hollywood (tracks #7-20).

Doris Day, sings in all tracks, accompanied by:

Track #1, Les Brown & His Orchestra, Nov. 20, 1944
Track #2, Les Brown & His Orchestra, Jan. 16, 1946
Track #3, Les Brown & His Orchestra, March 27, 1947
Track #4, Mitchell Ayres & His Orchestra, Dec. 2, 1947
Track #5, George Siravo & His Orchestra, Nov. 12, 1947
Track #6, George Siravo & His Orchestra, Dec. 2, 1947
Track #7, John Rarig Small Band, feat The Mellowmen (vcl), March 23, 1949
Track #8, Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra, feat Frank Sinatra (vcl), May 13, 1949
Track #9, John Rarig & His Orchestra, feat The Mellowmen (vcl), May 13, 1949
Tracks #10-12, Harry James Small Band: Harry James, Ziggy Elman (tp), Willie Smith (as), Jimmy Cook (ts), Bob Poland (bs), Bruce McDonald (p), Tony Rizzy (g), Bob Stone (b), Alvin Stoller (d). Jan. 27, 1950
Track #13, Harry James & His Orchestra, Jan 27, 1950
Tracks #14-15, Page Cavanaugh Trio, feat. Gene Nelson (vcl), July 25, 1950
Track #16, David Rose & His Orchestra, Sept. 13, 1950
Track #17, Frank Comstock & His Orchestra, Oct. 23, 1950
Track #18, Frank Comstock & His Orchestra, Dec. 4, 1950
Track #19, BUddy Cole Quartet, feat. The Norman Luboff Choir, Dec. 8, 1950
Track #20, Paul Weston & His Orchestra, May 15, 1951
Additional information available through your computer with Biography, Discography, Jazz Timeline & BudMusic Catalogue. This enhanced CD can be played on a regular CD player. The multimedia contents requires Windows compatible PC, 32 MB of available RAM, CPU Pentium, 233Mhz sound card.

9,95 €  (tax incl.)

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