We remember Doris Day. ‘Doris, Day Of Roses’

This day (May 19, 2019), in Carmel Valley, California, died Doris Mary Ann Kappelhof a.k.a. Doris Day, an American actress and singer.


We remember Doris Day. ‘Doris, Day Of Roses’

Tracklist :

1 . w/ Rock Hudson – The Doris Day Special (1971)

2 . Cbs Special (1970)

3 . Doris Day & Stephen Boyd – Jumbo (1962)

4 . Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera) (1956)

5 . I’Ll Never Stop Loving You (1955)

6 . Men (1954)

7 . The Deadwood Stage (Whip-Crack-Away!) (1953)

8 . It’s Magic (1948)

Tracklist :

Que Sera Sera . Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps . Move Over Darling . Sentimental Journey . Secret Love . Dream a Little Dream of Me . A Guy Is a Guy . Everybody Loves A Lover . It Had to Be You . It’s Magic .


We remember Doris Day. ‘Doris, Day Of Roses’

Program :

Hollywood Greats (BBC Scotland, 2002) . Doris Day British Documentary (1988) . Doris Day‘s Best Friends (1985) .


Wikipedia : This day (April 3, 1922), in Cincinnati, Ohio, is born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhof a.k.a. Doris Day, an American actress and singer.

Doris Day – Legendary Actress and Singer : However, Doris Day‘s personal life, faced with steely resolve, was the very antithesis of how most fans perceived her super-stardom. The studios promoted her in screen roles highlighting her wholesome, vivacious blonde personality.

The Films of Doris Day : In a long career, beginning as a band singer and, as everyone knows, leading to Hollywood super-stardom, she’s had success and tragedy in equal measure before she finally hung up her entertainment spurs and began a new phase of her life as a champion of animal rights.

@last.fm : The band leader Barney Rapp was opening a club and looking for a female vocalist and picked her. He wanted to put her name on the marquee but thought that Kappelhoff was too awkward of a name and they arrived at Day (inspired from the song “Day After Day”).

@Discogs : Singer, actress and dancer, had hits with Les Brown in the 40s as a vocalist, started acting in 1948, after which she balanced her movie career with her singing quite evenly, until the 1960s. She mostly recorded for the Columbia label.

Photo : Doris Mary Ann Von Kappelhoff




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