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Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966)

Doris Day

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Released as a celebration of Doris Day's three decades with Columbia Records, Golden Girl: Columbia Recordings 1944-1966 is a definitive portrait of Day at the peak of her career. Over the course of two discs and 48 songs, all of her big hits -- including "Sentimental Journey" and "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)" -- are featured, along with selected album tracks, duets, and five previously unreleased tracks. This may be a little too comprehensive for the average fan just looking for the hits, but for any serious fan, this is essential. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966)

Doris Day

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DISC 1

1
Sentimental Journey 00:03:12

B. Homer, Composer - B. Homer, Lyricist - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer - L. Brown, Composer - L. Brown, Lyricist - Les Brown and His Orchestra, Performer - B. Green, Composer - B. Green, Lyricist

(P) Originally Released 1945. All rights reserved by Colombia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time (Album Version) 00:03:19

George Weilder, Saxophone - Theodore Nash, Saxophone - Carl Berg, Trumpet - Geoffrey Clarkson, Piano - Richard Gould, Trombone - V. Mizzy, Composer - V. Mizzy, Lyricist - Mark Douglas, Saxophone - Robert Higgins, Trumpet - Kenneth Meisel, Trombone - Randolph Brooks, Trumpet - Richard Noel, Trombone - M. Curtis, Composer - M. Curtis, Lyricist - Hyman White, Guitar - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer - La Verne Rowe, Trumpet - Richard Shanahan, Drums - Henry Stone, Saxophone - Les Brown & His Orchestra, Performer - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - Clyde Brown, Trombone - Robert Leninger, Bass - Nicholas Riviello, Saxophone

Originally released 1945. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
It's Magic (Album Version) 00:03:28

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

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

4
Love Somebody (Album Version) 00:03:04

Ernest Caceras, Saxophone - Bernard Kaufman, Saxophone - George Siravo, Conductor - Robert Kitsis, Piano - Buddy Clark, Vocal - Herman Alpert, Bass - Henry Ross, Saxophone - A. Kramer, Composer - A. Kramer, Lyricist - Muni Moore, Trombone - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer - John Blowers, Drums - Dan Perri, Electric Guitar - J. Whitney, Composer - J. Whitney, Lyricist - Melvin Soloman, Trumpet - Herman Shertzer, Saxophone - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer

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

5
Tacos, Enchiladas And Beans (Album Version) 00:02:52

R. Wells, Composer - R. Wells, Lyricist - George Siravo, Conductor - Robert Kitsis, Piano - Herman Alpert, Bass - John Blowers, Drums - Dan Perri, Electric Guitar - Unknown, Producer - Melvin Soloman, Trumpet - M. Torme, Composer - M. Torme, Lyricist - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer

(P) 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Put 'Em In A Box, Tie 'Em With A Ribbon (And Throw 'Em In The Deep Blue Sea) (Album Version) 00:03:07

George Siravo, Conductor - Robert Kitsis, Piano - Norris Shawker, Drums - Jule Styne, Composer - Jule Styne, Lyricist - Bob Haggart, Bass - Muni Moore, Trombone - Tony Mattola, Guitar - Unknown, Producer - Artie Drelinger, Clarinet - S. Cahn, Composer - S. Cahn, Lyricist - Nuncio Mondello, Saxophone - Melvin Soloman, Trumpet - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer

Originally released 1948 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
Someone Like You (Album Version) 00:02:49

H. Warren, Composer - H. Warren, Lyricist - George Jenkins, Trombone - George Seaberg, Trumpet - Art Bernstein, Bass - Ray Hagan, Drums - Jules Jacobs, Saxophone - Charles Peterson, Trumpet - Buddy Clark, Performer - Edward Kuczborski, Trombone - Henry Beau, Saxophone - Unknown, Producer - Ted Nash, Saxophone - George Siravo, Conductor - Jack Dumont, Saxophone - Alex Gershunoff, Saxophone - R. Blane, Composer - R. Blane, Lyricist - William Schaefer, Trombone - Vito Mumolo, Guitar - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - Rubin Zarchy, Trumpet - Mark McIntyre, Piano

Originally released 1949 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

8
That Old Feeling (Album Version) 00:03:03

S. Fain, Composer - S. Fain, Lyricist - L. Brown, Composer - L. Brown, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer - Male Quartet, Vocal - Male Quartet, Performer - Doris Day, Performer - John Rarig, Conductor

Originally released 1949. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Again (Album Version) 00:02:47

D. Cochran, Composer - D. Cochran, Lyricist - Marvin Wright, Piano - L. Newman, Composer - L. Newman, Lyricist - George DeNaut, Bass - Robert Simmers, Guitar - Frank Flynn, Drums - John Rarig, Conductor - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - The Mellomen, Performer

Originally released 1949. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
At The Cafe Rendezvous (Album Version) 00:02:50

Allan Harshman, Viola - Sam Freed Jr., Violin - John Cave, Horns - Murray Kellner, Violin - Felix Slatkin, Violin - Jule Styne, Composer - Jule Styne, Lyricist - Arnold Prtkin, Oboe - Robert Simmers, Guitar - Marshall Sosson, Violin - George DeNaut, Bass - Unknown, Producer - Frank Flynn, Drums - Eleanore Slatkin, Acoustic Cello - Paul Robyn, Viola - Gerald Vinci, Violin - Dan Lube, Violin - John Rarig, Conductor - Marvin Wright, Piano - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - S. Cahn, Composer - S. Cahn, Lyricist

Originally released 1949 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

11
You Can Have Him (Album Version) 00:03:26

Salvatore Armenta, Bongos - Elmer Smithers, Trombone - Arnold Eidus, Violin - Henry Mandel, Saxophone - Nick Fatool, Drums - Arther Frantz, Horns - Murray Kellner, Violin - Irving Lipschultz, Acoustic Cello - Larry Breen, Bass - George Greely, Piano - Ziggy Elman, Trumpet - I. Berlin, Composer - I. Berlin, Lyricist - Abe Hochstein, Viola - William Miller, Viola - Unknown, Producer - Julius Schachter, Violin - Henry Hill, Violin - Jules Jacob, Saxophone - Philip Sobel, Saxophone - Francesco Escalante, Bongos - David Sterkin, Viola - Paul Lowenkron, Viola - Hugo Winterhalter, Conductor - William Guy, Trumpet - Dinah Shore, Vocal - Dinah Shore, Performer - William Schaefer, Trombone - Vito Mumolo, Guitar - Rubin Zarchy, Trumpet - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer

Originally released 1949 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

12
Cuttin' Capers (Album Version) 00:02:40

Phil Stephans, Bass - Alton Hendrickson, Guitar - male quartet, Performer - Robert McGarity, Trombone - John Cyr, Drums - John Rarig, Conductor - R. Blane, Arranger - Arnold Ross, Piano - Donald Bonnee, Clarinet - H. Warren, Arranger - Male Quartet, Performer - Unknown, Producer - Ted Nash, Saxophone - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer

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

13
The Very Thought of You (Album Version) 00:03:02

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

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

14
Too Marvelous For Words (Album Version) 00:03:17

Tony Rizzi, Guitar - Harry James & His Orchestra, Arranger - Harry James & His Orchestra, Performer - Robert Stone, Bass - Alvin Stoller, Drums - J. Mercer, Composer - J. Mercer, Lyricist - R. Whiting, Composer - R. Whiting, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer - Harry James, Conductor - Harry James, Trumpet - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer

Originally released 1950 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

15
I Only Have Eyes for You (Album Version) 00:03:21

Allan Reuss, Guitar - Al Dubin, Lyricist - Phil Stephans, Bass - Paul Shure, Violin - Harry Warren, Composer - Eleanore Slatkin, Acoustic Cello - Paul Robyn, Viola - Unknown, Producer - Ray Hagan, Drums - Milton Raskin, Piano - Felix Slatkin, Violin - Doris Day with Choir and Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl, Performer - Axel Stordahl, Conductor - Doris Day, Vocal

Originally released 1950. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

16
Crazy Rhythm (Album Version) 00:02:27

Page Cavanaugh, Piano - Doris Day with Gene Nelson and the Page Cavanaugh Trio, Performer - Robert Morgan, Guitar - Roger Wolfe Kahn, Composer - Charles Parnell, Bass - Joseph Meyer, Composer - Unknown, Producer - GENE NELSON & THE PAGE CAVANAUGH TRIO, Vocal - Irving Caesar, Lyricist - Doris Day, Vocal

Originally released 1950. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

17
I've Never Been In Love Before ((from the musical "Guys and Dolls")) (Album Version) 00:03:04

Irving Weinper, Violin - Hyman Weinstein, Violin - David Rose, Conductor - Ted Rosen, Violin - Mischa Russell, Violin - Isadore Roman, Violin - Maurice Perlmutter, Viola - John Ryan, Bass - Irving Gutson, Violin - Unknown, Producer - F. Loesser, Composer - F. Loesser, Lyricist - Eunice Wennermark, Violin - Joseph Quadri, Violin - Gus Weber, Viola - May Cambern, Harp - Don Ferris, Piano - Charles Price, Drums - Edwin Geber, Acoustic Cello - Cy Bernard, Acoustic Cello - Maxim Sobolewsky, Violin - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - Robert Bain, Guitar

Originally released 1950 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

18
It's A Lovely Day Today (Album Version) 00:03:00

Babe Russin, Saxophone - George Seaberg, Trumpet - Nick Fatool, Drums - Edward Kusby, Trombone - Barry Kessel, Guitar - Ray Linn, Trumpet - I. Berlin, Composer - I. Berlin, Lyricist - Pullman Pederson, Trombone - Unknown, Producer - Jules Jacob, Saxophone - Les Robinson, Saxophone - Emmett Callen, Saxophone - George Siravo, Conductor - Milton Raskin, Piano - Frank Chase, Saxophone - Conrad Gozzo, Trumpet - Phil Stephans, Bass - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - Rubin Zarchy, Trumpet

Originally released 1950 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

19
You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me (Album Version) 00:02:54

Harry Warren, Composer - Frank Beach, Trumpet - Paul Smith, Piano - Raymond Sims, Trombone - Dave Pell, Saxophone - Unknown, Producer - Tony Rizzi, Guitar - Raymond Klein, Trombone - Wesley Hansel, Trumpet - Richard Noel, Trombone - Frank Comstock, Conductor - Al Dubin, Lyricist - Edwin Scherr, Saxophone - Henry Stone, Saxophone - Robert Fowler, Trumpet - Ronald Langinger, Saxophone - Phil Stephans, Bass - Abraham Most, Saxophone - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - Jack Sperling, Drums

Originally released 1951. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

20
In a Shanty In Old Shanty Town (Album Version) 00:02:54

Phil Stephans, Bass - The Buddy Cole Quartet, Performer - Little Jack Little, Lyricist - Vincent Terri, Guitar - Alvin Stoller, Drums - John Siras, Lyricist - Edwin Cole, Piano - Joe Young, Composer - Unknown, Producer - The Norman Luboff Choir, Performer - Doris Day with the Norman Luboff Choir and the Buddy Cole Quartet, Performer - Doris Day, Vocal

Originally released 1951. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

21
Lullaby of Broadway (78rpm Version) 00:02:51

James Palmer, Trombone - Louis Bellson, Drums - Bruce McDonald, Piano - Harry Warren, Composer - Harry Warren, Lyricist - Norman Seeling, Bass - Doris Day with Harry James & His Orchestra, Performer - Ralph Osborne, Trumpet - Mascagni Ruffo, Saxophone - Gene Corcoran, Saxophone - Dominick Buono, Trumpet - Unknown, Producer - Phil Cook, Trumpet - Ziggy Elmer, Trombone - Everett McDonald, Trumpet - James Cook, Saxophone - Al Dubin, Composer - Al Dubin, Lyricist - William Smith, Saxophone - Harry James, Trumpet - Robert Poland, Saxophone - Jack Marshall, Guitar - Tommy Greco, Trombone - Doris Day, Vocal - Juan Tizol, Trombone - Harry James & His Orchestra, Performer - Robert Bain, Guitar

Originally released 1951. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

22
On Moonlight Bay (Album Version) 00:02:30

George Kast, Violin - Charles Cathcart, Trumpet - Ted Rosen, Violin - Felix Slatkin, Violin - Sam Middleman, Violin - Marshall Sosson, Violin - Leonard Hartman, Saxophone - Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer - Henry Beau, Saxophone - Unknown, Producer - Maurice Purlmutter, Viola - Allen Reuss, Guitar - Paul Weston, Conductor - Samuel Cytron, Violin - Milton Raskin, Piano - Alvin Stoller, Drums - David Sterkin, Violin - Cy Bernard, Acoustic Cello - Fred Stulce, Saxophone - Jules Kinsler, Saxophone - William Schaefer, Trombone - Meyer Rubin, Bass - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - P. Wenrich, Composer - P. Wenrich, Lyricist - The Norman Luboff Choir, Performer - E. Madden, Composer - E. Madden, Lyricist

Originally released 1951. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

23
(Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai (Album Version) 00:02:20

Ziggy Elman, Trumpet - George Van Epps, Guitar - Fred Stulce, Saxophone - Paul Weston, Conductor - Nick Fatool, Drums - Carl Fisher, Piano - Leonard Hartman, Saxophone - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer - M. DeLugg, Composer - M. DeLugg, Lyricist - Babe Russin, Saxophone - Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer - Ted Nash, Saxophone - John Ryan, Bass - Bob Hilliard, Composer - Bob Hilliard, Lyricist - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer

Originally released 1951. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

DISC 2

1
Baby Doll (From "The Belle Of New York") (Album Version) 00:02:50

H. Warren, Composer - H. Warren, Lyricist - Babe Russin, Saxophone - George Kast, Violin - George Seaberg, Trumpet - Daniel Lube, Violin - Paul Smith, Piano - Felix Slatkin, Violin - Edward Kusby, Trombone - Mischa Russell, Violin - Sam Middleman, Violin - John Ryan, Bass - Harold Lawson, Saxophone - Marshall Sosson, Violin - Leonard Hartman, Saxophone - Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer - Unknown, Producer - Samuel Cytron, Violin - Alvin Stoller, Drums - Fred Stulce, Saxophone - Harold Diner, Trombone - Paul Nero, Violin - J. Mercer, Composer - J. Mercer, Lyricist - Allan Thompson, Trombone - George Van Eps, Guitar - Rubin Zarchy, Trumpet - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - John Best, Trumpet

Originally released 1952 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

2
It Had to Be You (Album Version) 00:02:39

Babe Russin, Saxophone - George Kast, Violin - Matty Matlock, Saxophone - Nick Fatool, Drums - Doris Day with Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer - Gus Kahn, Lyricist - Ted Rosen, Violin - David Frisina, Violin - Felix Slatkin, Violin - Mischa Russell, Violin - Ziggy Elman, Trumpet - Sam Middleman, Violin - John Ryan, Bass - Isham Jones, Composer - Harold Lawson, Saxophone - Marshall Sosson, Violin - Maurice Puerlmutter, Viola - Leonard Hartman, Saxophone - George Greeley, Piano - Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer - Unknown, Producer - Samuel Cytron, Violin - David Sterkin, Viola - Cy Bernard, Acoustic Cello - Fred Stulce, Saxophone - Paul Nero, Violin - George Van Eps, Guitar - Armand Kaproff, Acoustic Cello

Originally Released 1951. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Sugarbush (Album Version) 00:01:58

L. Wagner, Arranger - Nick Fatool, Drums - Frankie Laine, Vocal - Harold Lawson, Saxophone - Barney Kessel, Guitar - Carl Fisher, Piano - Alton Hendrickson, Guitar - Vincent Terri, Guitar - Carl Fischer, Conductor - Wesley West, Steel Guitar - J. Marais, Composer - J. Marais, Lyricist - Paul Weston, Conductor - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer - Louis Singer, Drums - George Van Eps, Guitar - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - The Norman Luboff Choir, Performer - Robert Bain, Guitar - Allan Reuss, Guitar

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

4
A Guy Is a Guy (Album Version) 00:02:39

Barney Kessel, Guitar - Allan Reuss, Guitar - Paul Weston, Conductor - Nick Fatool, Drums - George Van Eps, Guitar - Alton Hendrickson, Guitar - Carl Fisher, Piano - Louis Singer, Drums - O. Brand, Composer - O. Brand, Lyricist - Wesley West, Steel Guitar - Vincent Terri, Guitar - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer - Robert Bain, Guitar - Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer - Harold Lawson, Saxophone - Frankie Laine, Vocal - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer

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

5
April In Paris (78rpm Version) 00:03:08

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

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

6
Ain't We Got Fun? (Album Version) 00:02:34

Babe Russin, Saxophone - George Seaberg, Trumpet - Matty Matlock, Saxophone - Nick Fatool, Drums - Doris Day with Paul Weston & His Orchestra and The Norman Luboff Choir, Performer - Gus Kahn, Composer - Gus Kahn, Lyricist - Paul Smith, Piano - Ziggy Elman, Trumpet - Harold Lawson, Saxophone - Leonard Hartman, Saxophone - Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Performer - Unknown, Producer - Pullmen Pederson, Trombone - Paul Weston, Conductor - Richard A. Whiting, Composer - Richard A. Whiting, Lyricist - Fred Stulce, Saxophone - Harold Diner, Trombone - Raymond B. Egan, Composer - Raymond B. Egan, Lyricist - Allan Thompson, Trombone - George Van Eps, Guitar - Phil Stephans, Bass - Conrad Gozzo, Trumpet - Doris Day, Vocal - The Norman Luboff Choir, Performer

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

7
The Black Hills of Dakota (Album Version) 00:02:59

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

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

8
Secret Love (78rpm Version) 00:03:38

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

Originally released 1953. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

9
I Speak To The Stars (From "Lucky Me") (Album Version) 00:03:01

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

Originally released 1954. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

10
If I Give My Heart to You (78rpm Version) 00:02:49

Jimmy Brewster, Composer - Jimmy Brewster, Lyricist - George Van Eps, Guitar - Louis Singer, Drums - Paul Smith, Piano - Jimmie Crane, Composer - Jimmie Crane, Lyricist - Producer not documented on available sources, Producer - Al Jacobs, Composer - Al Jacobs, Lyricist - Alvin Stoller, Drums - Babe Russin, Saxophone - Doris Day with The Mellomen, Performer - John Ryan, Bass - Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Performer - Doris Day, Vocal - The Mellomen, Vocal

Originally released 1954. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
There's A Rising Moon (78rpm Version) 00:03:05

Ann Stockton, Harp - Daniel Lube, Violin - Sammy Fain, Composer - Murray Kellner, Violin - Felix Slatkin, Violin - Mischa Russell, Violin - Cecil Figelski, Viola - John Ryan, Bass - Marshall Sosson, Violin - Lou Raderman, Violin - Paul Francis Webster, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer - Ted Nash, Saxophone - Samuel Cytron, Violin - David Sterkin, Violin - Cy Bernard, Acoustic Cello - Fred Stulce, Saxophone - Doris Day with Percy Faith & His Orchestra, Performer - Paul Nero, Violin - Harry Bluestone, Violin - Louis Singer, Drums - George Van Eps, Guitar - Buddy Cole, Piano - Jacques Gasslin, Violin - Doris Day, Vocal - Armand Kaproff, Acoustic Cello - Harry Klee, Saxophone - Percy Faith, Conductor

Originally Released 1954 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

12
Shaking the Blues Away (Album Version) 00:03:30

Unknown, Producer - Werner Gebeuer, Violin - I. Berlin, Composer - I. Berlin, Lyricist - Sidney Greene, Violin - Cecil Figelski, Viola - Reuben Marcus, Viola - Mort Friedman, Clarinet - Herman Lebow, Horns - Michael Penha, Acoustic Cello - Arnold Jurasky, Violin - Dominic Frontiere, Acordeon - Herb Taylor, Trombone - Hugo Raimondi, Clarinet - Arthur Sharpio, Bass - Lou Raderman, Violin - Walter Benson, Trombone - Uan Rasey, Trumpet - Phil Memoli, Oboe - Sam Fiedler, Violin - Don Lodice, Clarinet - Frank Carlson, Drums - Alex Gershunoff, Clarinet - Jack Cave, Horns - Victoria Majewski, Viola - Julian Kahn, Acoustic Cello - Arthur Cleghorn, Flute - Percy Faith, Conductor - Sr. Arthur Maebe, Violin - Joe Triscari, Trumpet - Joy Lyle, Violin - Allan Harshman, Viola - Gus Bivona, Clarinet - Byron Williams, Violin - Albert Saparoff, Violin - Irving Prager, Violin - Simon Zentner, Trombone - Edgar Lustgarten, Acoustic Cello - Milt Raskin, Piano - Mort Herbert, Violin - Andrew Young, Clarinet - Bernard Kundell, Violin - James Zito, Trumpet - Vincent De Rubertis, Horns - Lisa Minghetty, Violin - Jack Marshall, Guitar - Louis Previati, Bass - Alex Borisoff, Acoustic Cello - Jr. Samuel Freed, Violin - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - D.V. Sever, Drums

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

13
I'll Never Stop Loving You (Album Version) 00:01:54

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

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

14
Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera) (Single Version) 00:02:04

Cheryl Butterman, Harp - Jack Rose, Mandolin - Daniel Lube, Violin - Arthur Herfurt, Saxophone - Emil Briano, Violin - Murray Kellner, Violin - Paul Smith, Piano - Philip Goldberg, Viola - Huntington Burdick, Horns - George Boujie, Bass - Israel Baker, Violin - Ralph Schaefer, Violin - Jay Livingston, Composer - Jay Livingston, Lyricist - Ray Evans, Composer - Ray Evans, Lyricist - Joseph Livoti, Violin - Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Conductor - Robert Sushel, Violin - Richard Perissi, Horns - Paul Robyn, Viola - Carl La Magna, Violin - Doris Day with Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Performer - Joseph Sexon, Acoustic Cello - George Nekrug, Acoustic Cello - Joch Cave, Horns - Jules Kinsler, Saxophone - Ernest Romersa, Saxophone - Jack Marshall, Mandolin - Sidney Sharp, Violin - Doris Day, Vocal - John Cyr, Drums - Norman Benno, Saxophone

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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There Once Was a Man (Album Version) 00:03:17

Rene Hall, Guitar - Richard Adler, Composer - Richard Adler, Lyricist - John Raitt, Vocal - John Raitt, Performer - Ray Heindorf, Conductor - Richard Nash, Trombone - Pullman Pederson, Trombone - Milton Bernhart, Trombone - Plas Johnson, Saxophone - Jerry Ross, Composer - Jerry Ross, Lyricist - Earl Palmer, Drums - William Pitman, Guitar - Unknown, Producer - Ernest Freeman, Piano - Harry Betts, Trombone - Joseph Comfort, Bass - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer

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

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Everybody Loves a Lover (Album Version) 00:02:40

Rene Hall, Guitar - Richard Nash, Trombone - R.Allen, Lyricist - R.Allen, Composer - Milton Bernhart, Trombone - Pullman Pederson, Trombone - Plas Johnson, Saxophone - B.Adler, Composer - B.Adler, Lyricist - Earl Palmer, Drums - William Pitman, Guitar - Jerry Shulman, Producer - Frank DeVol, Conductor - R. Adler, Composer - R. Adler, Lyricist - Ernest Freeman, Piano - R. Allen, Composer - R. Allen, Lyricist - Harry Betts, Trombone - Joseph Comfort, Bass - Doris Day, Performer - Doris Day, Vocal

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

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That Jane from Maine (Album Version) 00:02:26

Howard Roberts, Guitar - Alexander Murray, Violin - Marvin Limonick, Violin - Leon Trebacz, Violin - A. Ross, Composer - A. Ross, Lyricist - Nathan Kaproff, Violin - Israel Baker, Violin - William Miller, Violin - Frank DeVol & His Orchestra, Conductor - Unknown, Producer - Paul Shure, Violin - Joe Mondragon, Bass - J. Lubin, Composer - J. Lubin, Lyricist - Alvin Stoller, Percussion - Paul Lowenkron, Violin - Bobby Hammack, Piano - Jr. Samuel Freed, Violin - Louis Singer, Percussion - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer

Originally recorded 1958 & released 1996. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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

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

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

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

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

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

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You're Good For Me (Album Version) 00:02:02

Keith Mitchell, Piano - Unknown, Producer - Frank Capp, Drums - Doris Day & André Previn with the André Previn Trio, Performer - André Previn, Piano - Johnny Rotella, Composer - Johnny Rotella, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1961 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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My Romance (Album Version) 00:02:30

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

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

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Doin' What Comes Natur'lly (Album Version) 00:02:46

I. Berlin, Composer - I. Berlin, Lyricist - Franz Allers, Conductor - Unknown, Producer - Doris Day, Performer

Originally released 1963 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Let The Little Girl Limbo (Album Version) 00:02:31

Jay Migliori, Saxophone - Ray Pohlman, Guitar - Russell Bridges, Piano - Cynthia Weil, Composer - Cynthia Weil, Lyricist - Melvin Pollan, Bass - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - Louis Blackburn, Trombone - Emil Radocchia, Drums - Unknown, Producer - Robert Mersey, Conductor - Barry Mann, Composer - Barry Mann, Lyricist - Ritchie Frost, Drums - Mel Lewis, Drums - Carol Kaye, Guitar - Terry Melcher, Producer - Terry Melcher, A&R Coordinator - Julius Wechter, Percussion - Alfred DeLory, Piano - Steven Kreisman, Saxophone - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer

Originally recorded 1963 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Move Over Darling 00:02:37

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

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

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Sorry (Album Version) 00:02:21

Jules Chaikin, Trumpet - Richard Hamilton, Guitar - Raymond Brown, Trumpet - Magaret Aue, Acoustic Cello - Emil Briano, Violin - Ronnell Bright, Piano - William Pitman, Guitar - Leroy Collins, Violin - William Weiss, Violin - Michael Barone, Trombone - Marshall Sosson, Violin - Jack Gootkin, Violin - Herb Ellis, Guitar - Blanche Belnick, Violin - Unknown, Producer - Al Harshman, Violin - Albert Steinberg, Violin - Ambrose Russo, Violin - Stanley Plummer, Violin - Ribert Ostrowsky, Viola - Alvin Stoller, Drums - Gene DePaul, Composer - William Kurasch, Violin - Raymond Kelley, Acoustic Cello - Frank Marocca, Piano - Johnny Mercer, Lyricist - Lou Klass, Violin - Wilbert Nuttycombe, Violin - William Peterson, Trumpet - William Byers, Saxophone - Gareth Nuttycombe, Viola - John Peter DeVoogt, Violin - Doris Day, Vocal - Doris Day, Performer - Kenneth Schroyer, Trombone - Percy Faith, Conductor

Originally released 1966 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Album Description

Released as a celebration of Doris Day's three decades with Columbia Records, Golden Girl: Columbia Recordings 1944-1966 is a definitive portrait of Day at the peak of her career. Over the course of two discs and 48 songs, all of her big hits -- including "Sentimental Journey" and "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)" -- are featured, along with selected album tracks, duets, and five previously unreleased tracks. This may be a little too comprehensive for the average fan just looking for the hits, but for any serious fan, this is essential. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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