The Magic of Doris Day

PUBLISHED: 10:59 15 February 2007 | UPDATED: 14:59 12 May 2010

The Magic of Doris Day

The Magic of Doris Day

A TOUCH of nostalgia from the 1950s. And why not? Doris Day was one of the most successful singers of her generation and in terms of the music industry she has created popular classics. And this album seems to have it all: from the original Secret Love th

A TOUCH of nostalgia from the 1950s.

And why not? Doris Day was one of the most successful singers of her generation and in terms of the music industry she has created popular classics.

And this album seems to have it all: from the original Secret Love through to Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) which came from Alfred Hitchcock's thriller The Man Who Knew Too Much.

Obviously, too, there are tracks such as The Deadwood Stage and Move Over Darling, which epitomised Doris Day's career.


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