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DISC 1

1
It's Magic (Album Version) 00:03:24

Anthony Russo, Trombone - Art Ryerson, Guitar - Carol Poole, Trumpet - Doris Day, Performer - Doris Day, Vocal - Ernest Caceres, Saxophone - Fred Buldrini, Violin - George Irwin, Trumpet - George Siravo, Conductor - Harold Furmansky, Viola - Harry Katzman, Violin - Herman Alpert, Bass - Irving Horowitz, Saxophone - Jack Satterfield, Trombone - Jack Zayde, Violin - John Blowers, Drums - Joseph Singer, French Horn - Jule Styne, Composer - Jule Styne, Lyricist - Maurice Brown, Acoustic Cello - Maurice Hershaft, Violin - Melvin Solomon, Trumpet - Nuncio Mondello, Saxophone - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer - Raoul Polikian, Violin - Robert Kitsis, Piano - S. Cahn, Composer - S. Cahn, Lyricist - Sid Harris, Violin - Soloman Deutsch, Viola - William Rauch, Trombone - Wilton Yaner, Saxophone - Wolfe Tannenbaum, Saxophone

Originally released 1948. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Move Over Darling 00:02:37

Doris Day, Performer - Hal Kanter, Composer - Hal Kanter, Lyricist - Jack Nitzsche, Composer - Jack Nitzsche, Lyricist - Joe Lubin, Composer - Joe Lubin, Lyricist - Terry Melcher, Composer - Terry Melcher, Lyricist

(P) 1963 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Secret Love (78rpm Version) 00:03:37

Alexander Reisman, Acoustic Cello - Alfred Harris, Trumpet - Arthur Bernstein, Bass - Baldassare Ferlazzo, Violin - Charles Calkins, Drums - Charles Cowpland, Trombone - D. Gail Laughton, Harp - Daniel Lube, Violin - David Berman, Violin - David Klatzkin, Piano - Donald Cole, Viola - Doris Day, Performer - Doris Day, Vocal - Eleanore Slatkin, Acoustic Cello - Ernest Warren, Bassoon - Frankie Sullivan, Trombone - George Beebe, Drums - George Hoffman, Oboe - George Hyde, Oboe - Hans Wippler, Violin - Harry Zagon, Violin - Hillard Lube, Violin - Hilmer Timbrell, Guitar - Howard Griffin, Violin - Hoyt Bohannon, Trombone - James Briggs, Flute - Jerome Reisler, Violin - Jose Casillas, Clarinet - Joseph Livoti, Violin - Kolia Levine, Acoustic Cello - Lawrence Sullivan, Trumpet - Leonard Posella, Flute - Les Robinson, Saxophone - Liliane Lhoest, Oboe - Llloyd Rathburn, Oboe - Maurice Amsterdam, Acoustic Cello - Maurice Keltz, Viola - Norma Drury, Piano - Noumi Fischer, Violin - Paul Francis Webster, Composer - Paul Gregory, Bass - Percy Faith & His Orchestra, Performer - Percy Nichols, Clarinet - Pincus Savitt, Trumpet - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer - Ray Heindoff, Conductor - Ray Nowlin, Bassoon - Rene Hemery, Violin - Richard Anderson, Clarinet - Robert Bladet, Flute - Robert Fowler, Trumpet - Rubin Decker, Viola - Sam Ross, Violin - Sammy Fain, Lyricist - Teddy Krise, Saxophone - The Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra, Performer - William Hinshaw, Oboe - William Hymanson, Viola

Originally released 1953. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

4
Tunnel Of Love (from the film, "Tunnel Of Love") 00:02:07

B. Roberts, Composer - B. Roberts, Lyricist - Doris Day, Performer - P. Fisher, Composer - P. Fisher, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer

Originally Released 1958 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
Let's Face the Music and Dance 00:03:07

Berlin, Composer - Doris Day, Performer - Frank DeVol, Conductor - Frank DeVol, Performer - Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Performer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Tavenner, A&R Coordinator

Originally Released 1958 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Three Coins In The Fountain 00:03:14

Cahn, Composer - Doris Day, Performer - Frank DeVol, Conductor - Frank DeVol, Performer - Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Performer - Jule Styne, Composer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Tavenner, A&R Coordinator

Originally Released 1958 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
Night And Day 00:03:12

Cole Porter, Composer - Doris Day, Performer - Frank DeVol, Conductor - Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Performer - Ken Robertson, Arranger

Originally Releasd 1958 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

8
On the Street Where You Live 00:02:56

Alan Jay Lerner, Composer - Axel Stordahl, Conductor - Doris Day, Performer - Frederick Loewe, Composer - Orchestra, Performer

Originally released 1960. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

9
I've Grown Accustomed to His Face 00:03:11

Alan Jay Lerner, Composer - Axel Stordahl, Conductor - Doris Day, Performer - Frederick Loewe, Composer - Orchestra, Performer

Originally released 1960. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

10
They Say It's Wonderful (from "Annie Get Your Gun") 00:02:57

Axel Stordahl, Conductor - Axel Stordahl, Performer - Doris Day, Performer - Irving Berlin, Composer - Irving Berlin, Lyricist - Orchestra, Performer

Originally released 1960. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

11
Lover Come Back (Mono) (Single Version) 00:02:14

Alan Spilton, Composer - Alan Spilton, Lyricist - Alexander Murray, Violin - Ambrose Russo, Violin - Barney Kessel, Guitar - Ben Gill, Violin - Dan Lube, Violin - David Frisna, Violin - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day with Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Performer - Emanuel Moss, Violin - Eunice Shapiro, Violin - Frank DeVol, Conductor - George Kast, Violin - Howard Roberts, Guitar - Jerome Kasper, Saxophone - Joseph Comfort, Bass - Joseph DiFiore, Viola - Joseph Flynn, Percussion - Jr. Samuel Freed, Violin - Milton Holland, Percussion - Nathan Kaproff, Violin - Ray Sherman, Piano - Sanford Schonbach, Viola - Victor Gottlieb, Acoustic Cello

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

12
Singin' In the Rain 00:02:35

Arthur Freed, Lyricist - Doris Day With Neal Hefti & His Orchestra, Performer - Nacio Herb Brown, Composer - Neal Hefti, Conductor - Neal Hefti and His Orchestra, Performer

Originally released 1961. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

13
A Wonderful Guy 00:02:13

Axel Stordahl, Conductor - Doris Day, Performer - Orchestra, Performer - Oscar Hammerstein II, Composer - Richard Rodgers, Composer

Originally released 1960. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

14
Something Wonderful 00:03:16

Doris Day, Performer - Harry Zimmerman, Conductor - Leith Stevens, Conductor - Orchestra, Performer - Oscar Hammerstein II, Lyricist - Richard Rodgers, Composer

Originally released 1960. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

15
As Long as He Needs Me 00:04:05

Doris Day, Performer - Lionel Bart, Composer - Lionel Bart, Lyricist - Tommy Oliver, Performer

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

16
Pillow Talk (From "Pillow Talk") (Album Version) 00:02:09

Alexander Murray, Violin - Alfred Viola, Guitar - Allan Reuss, Guitar - Buddy Pepper, Composer - Buddy Pepper, Lyricist - Daniel Lube, Violin - David Frisna, Violin - Doris Day, Performer - Doris Day, Vocal - Earl Palmer, Drums - Emanuel Moss, Violin - Inez James, Composer - Inez James, Lyricist - Jack Marshall, Conductor - James Getzoff, Violin - Joseph Gibbons, Guitar - Larry Breen, Bass - Milton Raskin, Piano - Plas Johnson, Saxophone - Robert Barene, Violin - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - Unknown, Producer - William Pitman, Guitar

Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

17
I'll Never Stop Loving You (Album Version) 00:03:02

Doris Day, Performer - Doris Day with Percy Faith & His Orchestra, Performer - N. Brodszky, Composer - N. Brodszky, Lyricist - Percy Faith & His Orchestra, Performer - S. Cahn, Composer - S. Cahn, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer

Originally released 1955. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

18
The Black Hills of Dakota (Album Version) 00:02:58

Allan Reuss, Guitar - Alvin Stoller, Drums - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day with Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer - Ernest Fulice, Acordeon - Fred Stulce, Saxophone - John Ryan, Bass - Jules Jacob, Saxophone - Paul Francis Webster, Composer - Paul Nero, Violin - Ray Heindorf, Conductor - Sammy Fain, Lyricist - Ted Nash, Saxophone - Unknown, Producer - Vocal Quartet, Performer

Originally released 1953. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

19
Teacher's Pet (From the Film, "Teacher's Pet") (from the film "Teacher's Pet") 00:02:35

Doris Day with Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Performer - Joe Lubin, Composer - Joe Lubin, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer

Originally released 1957. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

20
The Deadwood Stage (Whip-Crack-Away!) 00:03:13

Doris Day, Performer - P.F. Webster, Composer - P.F. Webster, Lyricist - Ray Heindorf, Conductor - Sammy Fain, Composer - Sammy Fain, Lyricist

Originally released 1953. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

DISC 2

1
Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera) (78 rpm Version) 00:02:03

Doris Day, Performer - Evans, Composer - Evans, Lyricist - Livingston, Composer - Livingston, Lyricist - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer

(P) Originally Released 1956 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

2
Hold Me in Your Arms 00:02:42

Doris Day, Performer - Heindorf, Composer - Henderson, Composer - Percy Faith, Conductor - Pippin, Composer

(P) SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

3
Cheek To Cheek 00:02:41

Berlin, Composer - Doris Day, Performer - Frank DeVol, Conductor - Frank DeVol, Performer - Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Performer - Ken Robertson, Arranger

(P) Originally released 1958. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Over The Rainbow 00:03:35

Doris Day, Performer - Frank DeVol, Conductor - Frank DeVol, Performer - Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Performer - Harburg, Composer - Harold Arlen, Composer - Ken Robertson, Arranger

Originally Released 1958 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
I Speak To The Stars (from "Lucky Me") 00:03:01

Alfred Lustgarten, Violin - Armand Kaproff, Acoustic Cello - Dale Issenhuth, Saxophone - Daniel Lube, Violin - David Frisna, Violin - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day with Leith Stevens & His Orchestra, Performer - Ennio Bolognini, Acoustic Cello - Fred Olsen, Violin - Garry White, Viola - George Kast, Violin - Harold Lawson, Saxophone - Helen Hutchinson, Harp - Herman Berardinelli, Oboe - Howard Colf, Violin - Jack Dumont, Saxophone - John Cyr, Drums - Joseph DeFiore, Viola - Joseph Livoti, Violin - Joseph Quadri, Violin - Leith Stevens, Conductor - Ossip Giskin, Acoustic Cello - Paul Francis Webster, Lyricist - Paul Tonniges, Bass - Ray Menhennick, Viola - Sam Farber, Viola - Sammy Fain, Composer - Unknown, Producer - Victor Arno, Violin - Virgil Gates, Acoustic Cello - William Miller, Violin

Originally released 1954. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

6
Pretty Baby (Album Version) 00:03:00

Charles L. Granata, Producer - Darcy M. Proper, Mastering Engineer - Darcy M. Proper, Producer - Darren Salmieri, A&R Coordinator - Didier C. Deutsch, Producer - Doris Day, Performer - Egbert Van Alstyne, Composer - Egbert Van Alstyne, Lyricist - George Siravo, Conductor - Gus Kahn, Composer - Gus Kahn, Lyricist - Patti Matheny, A&R Coordinator - Tony Jackson, Composer - Tony Jackson, Lyricist

Originally Released 1954 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
The Very Thought of You (Album Version) 00:02:59

Alvin Stoller, Drums - Bruce MacDonald, Piano - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day with Harry James & His Orchestra, Performer - Harry James, Conductor - Harry James, Trumpet - Harry James & His Orchestra, Arranger - James Cook, Saxophone - Ray Noble, Composer - Ray Noble, Lyricist - Robert Poland, Saxophone - Robert Stone, Bass - Tony Rizzi, Guitar - Unknown, Producer - William Smith, Saxophone - Ziggy Elmer, Trombone

Originally Released 1950. All rights reserved by Colombia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
I Want to Be Happy 00:02:38

Doris Day With Neal Hefti & His Orchestra, Performer - Irving Caesar, Lyricist - Neal Hefti, Conductor - Neal Hefti and His Orchestra, Performer - Vincent Youmans, Composer

Originally released 1961. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Makin' Whoopee! 00:02:26

Doris Day, Performer - Kahn Donaldson, Composer - Paul Weston, Conductor - Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer

Originally released 1951. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

10
I Know a Place (78rpm Version) 00:03:20

Doris Day with Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer - Paul Weston, Conductor - Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer - Sammy Cahn, Lyricist - The Norman Luboff Choir, Performer - Vernon Duke, Composer

Originally released 1952. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
No Two People 00:02:28

Doris Day & Donald O'Connor with Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Loesser, Composer - Frank Loesser, Lyricist

Originally Released 1952 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

12
Love You Dearly 00:02:39

Doris Day, Performer - Leith Stevens & His Orchestra, Arranger - N. LAROCCE SINGERS, Performer - Paul Francis Webster, Lyricist - Sammy Fain, Composer

Originally Recorded 1953 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

13
April In Paris (78rpm Version) 00:03:08

Armand Kaproff, Acoustic Cello - Buddy Cole, Piano - David Frisina, Violin - David Sturkin, Viola - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day with Percy Faith & His Orchestra and The Norman Luboff Choir, Performer - E.Y. Harburg, Lyricist - Edward Kuczborski, Trombone - Eleanore Slatkin, Acoustic Cello - George Kast, Violin - Gerald Vinci, Violin - Harold Diner, Trombone - Harold Lawson, Saxophone - Harry Bluestone, Violin - Henry Hill, Violin - Jacques Gasselin, Violin - John Ryan, Bass - Jules Jacob, Saxophone - Jules Kinsler, Saxophone - Lou Raderman, Violin - Louis Kievman, Viola - Louis Slinger, Drums - Marshall Sosson, Violin - Mischa Russell, Violin - Paul Robyn, Viola - Percy Faith & His Orchestra, Performer - Samuel Cytron, Violin - Ted Nash, Saxophone - The Norman Luboff Choir, Performer - Unknown, Producer - Vernon Duke, Composer - Wilbur Schwartz, Saxophone - William Schaefer, Saxophone

Originally released 1952. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

14
White Christmas (Album Version) 00:02:40

Doris Day, Performer - Irving Berlin, Composer - Irving Berlin, Lyricist

Originally Released 1964 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

15
This Can't Be Love (Stereo) 00:03:07

Doris Day, Performer - George Stoll, Conductor - Lorenz Hart, Lyricist - Richard Rodgers, Composer - Unknown, Producer

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

16
Swinging on a Star (Album Version) 00:02:01

Allen Stanton, Producer - Allyn Ferguson, Arranger - Allyn Ferguson, Conductor - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day with Jimmy Joyce & His Children's Chorus; Arranged and conducted by Allyn Ferguson, Performer - Jimmy Joyce & His Children's Chorus, Performer - Jimmy Van Heusen, Composer - Jimmy Van Heusen, Lyricist - Johnny Burke, Composer - Johnny Burke, Lyricist

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

17
High Hopes (Album Version) 00:02:16

Allen Stanton, Producer - Allyn Ferguson, Arranger - Allyn Ferguson, Conductor - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day with Jimmy Joyce & His Children's Chorus; Arranged and conducted by Allyn Ferguson, Performer - Jimmy Joyce & His Children's Chorus, Performer - Jimmy Van Heusen, Composer - Jimmy Van Heusen, Lyricist - Sammy Cahn, Composer - Sammy Cahn, Lyricist

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

18
Till We Meet Again 00:02:36

Doris Day, Performer - Egan, Composer - R.A. Whiting, Composer

Originally released 1952. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

19
When I Fall in Love (78 rpm Version) 00:02:54

Doris Day with Percy Faith & His Orchestra and The Norman Luboff Choir, Performer - Edward Heyman, Lyricist - Not Documented, Performer - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer - Victor Young, Composer

(P) Originally Released 1952 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

20
The Party's Over 00:02:53

Adolph Green, Lyricist - Betty Comden, Lyricist - Doris Day with Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Performer - Jule Styne, Composer

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

21
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps 00:02:31

Doris Day, Performer - JOSEPH DAVIS, Composer - JOSEPH DAVIS, Lyricist - Mort Garson, Conductor - Osvaldo Farres, Composer - Osvaldo Farres, Lyricist

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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