Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que sera, sera)
2:07
2 Secret Love
3:36
3 A Guy Is a Guy
2:39
4 Again
2:47
5 Confess
2:58
6 With a Song in My Heart
3:08
7 I’m Confessin’ (That I Love You)
2:44
8 Everywhere You Go
2:22
9 Papa Won’t You Dance With Me?
2:28
10 When Tonight Is Just a Memory
2:55
11 Enjoy Yourself (It’s Later Than You Think)
2:29
12 Thoughtless
3:08
13 Let’s Take an Old‐Fashioned Walk
2:59
14 I Didn’t Know What Time It Was
3:04
15 Too Marvellous for Words
3:15
16 I Got the Sun in the Morning (and the Moon at Night)
2:33
17 It Could Happen to You
3:20
18 Day by Day
3:07
19 I Didn’t Slip, I Wasn’t Pushed, I Fell
2:54
20 I Said My Pajamas (and Put On My Prayers)
3:00
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 It’s Magic
3:25
2 The Deadwood Stage (Whip Crack‐Away)
3:15
3 I Just Blew In From the Windy City
2:10
4 Black Hills of Dakota
3 3:00
5 Quicksilver
2:12
6 Hoop‐Dee‐Doo
2:09
7 Pretty Baby
3:00
8 The Very Thought of You
3:00
9 Put ’em in a Box, Tie ’em With a Ribbon
3:05
10 I’ll String Along With You
3:10
11 Sometimes I’m Happy
2:35
12 You Won’t Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart)
3:05
13 Till the End of Time
2:57
14 Aren’t You Glad You’re You?
3:03
15 I’d Rather Be With You
3:13
16 All Through the Day
3:16
17 I May Be Wrong (But I Think You’re Wonderful)
3:01
18 Someone Like You
2:47
19 Made Up My Mind
3:06
20 Powder Your Face With Sunshine (Smile! Smile! Smile!)
2:34
CD 3
# Title Rating Length
1 Everybody Loves a Lover
2:45
2 If I Give My Heart to You
2:51
3 I’ll Never Stop Loving You
1:56
4 Mister Tap Toe
2:15
5 Domino
3:09
6 When I Fall in Love
2:56
7 It’s a Lovely Day
2:58
8 No Two People
2:30
9 Kiss Me Again Stranger
2:52
10 We Kiss in a Shadow
3:15
11 Just One of Those Things
2:20
12 From This Moment on
2:52
13 I’ve Never Been in Love Before
3:03
14 You’re Getting to Be a Habit With Me
2:53
15 My Young and Foolish Heart
3:06
16 Barbara Allen
2:51
17 The Last Mile Home
3:17
18 Broom Street
3:07
19 In the Moon Mist
3:07
20 He’ll Have to Cross the Atlantic (to Get to the Pacific)
3:03
CD 4
# Title Rating Length
1 Sugarbush
2:03
2 (Why Did I Tell You I Was Going to) Shanghai
2:22
3 Anyone Can Fall in Love
2:48
4 Candy Lips
2:05
5 A Purple Cow
2:15
6 Choo Choo Train
2:23
7 A Full Time Job
2:12
8 Ma Says, Pa Says
2:49
9 When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along
1:57
10 A Very Precious Love
3:03
11 Ready, Willing and Able
2:27
12 My Love and Devotion
3:02
13 A Woman’s Touch
2:31
14 Dream a Little Dream of Me
3:44
15 Autumn Leaves
3:04
16 Stars Fell on Alabama
3:31
17 I Hadn’t Anyone Till You
3:04
18 The Song Is You
3:18
19 But Not for Me
2:38
20 You Do Something to Me
2:46
CD 5
# Title Rating Length
1 Sentimental Journey
3:12
2 My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time
3:18
3 Bewitched
2:43
4 Love Somebody
3:02
5 Canadian Capers (Cuttin’ Capers)
2:39
6 (There’s a) Bluebird on Your Windowsill
2:04
7 My Darling, My Darling
2:32
8 The Whole World Is Singing My Song
3:16
9 We’ll Be Together Again
3:18
10 Sooner or Later
3:12
11 While the Music Plays On
3:06
12 The Last Time I Saw You
3:26
13 Keep Cool, Fool
2:53
14 He’s Home for a Little While
3:11
15 Three at a Table for Two
2:48
16 I Ain’t Hip to That Step, But I’ll Dig It
3:18
17 I’m Still Sitting Under the Apple Tree
2:59
18 That’s the Way He Does It
2:58
19 Come to Baby Do!
3:03
20 T’ain’t Me
3:14

Credits

CD 1

background vocals:
The Modernaires (1940s vocal group) (1948) (track 12)
The Mellomen (American singing quartet) (1949) (tracks 4, 8)
composer:
Oscar Brand (track 3)
Sammy Fain (track 2)
Jay Livingston (track 1)
Lionel Newman (track 4)
Axel Stordahl (track 18)
Jule Styne (track 9)
Jimmy Van Heusen (track 17)
Paul Weston (track 18)
Irving Berlin (tracks 13, 16)
Richard Rodgers (1929) (track 6)
Doc Daugherty (1930) (track 7)
Ellis Reynolds (1930) (track 7)
Richard A. Whiting (1937) (track 15)
Richard Rodgers (1939) (track 14)
Carl Sigman (1949) (track 11)
George Wyle (1949) (track 20)
George Wyle (1950) (track 19)
conductor:
Paul Weston (1952-02-07) (track 3)
Frank De Vol (1956-02-24) (track 1)
instruments:
Harry James and His Quintet (1950) (track 15)
lyricist:
Oscar Brand (track 3)
Irving Berlin (tracks 13, 16)
Johnny Burke (American lyricist, 1908-1964) (track 17)
Sammy Cahn (tracks 9, 18)
Dorcas Cochran (track 4)
Ray Evans (track 1)
Lorenz Hart (1929) (track 6)
Al J. Neiburg (lyricist) (1930) (track 7)
Johnny Mercer (1937) (track 15)
Lorenz Hart (1939) (track 14)
Herb Magidson (1949) (track 11)
Edward Pola (1949) (track 20)
Edward Pola (1950) (track 19)
orchestra:
Les Brown and His Orchestra (1946) (tracks 16–18)
Lou Bring and His Orchestra (1947) (track 9)
George Siravo and His Orchestra (1947) (tracks 5, 10)
John Rarig and His Orchestra (1949) (tracks 4, 8)
Paul Weston and His Orchestra (1949) (tracks 7, 14)
George Siravo and His Orchestra (1950) (tracks 19–20)
George Wyle and His Orchestra (1950) (track 11)
Paul Weston Orchestra (1952-02-07) (track 3)
Frank De Vol and His Orchestra (1956-02-24) (track 1)
vocals:
Doris Day (1946) (tracks 16–18)
Buddy Clark (US 30/40s singer) (1947) (track 5)
Doris Day (1947) (tracks 5, 9–10)
Doris Day (1948) (track 12)
Doris Day (1949) (tracks 4, 7–8, 13–14)
Frank Sinatra (1949) (track 13)
Doris Day (1950) (tracks 6, 11, 15, 19–20)
Doris Day (1952-02-07) (track 3)
Doris Day (1953) (track 2)
Doris Day (1956-02-24) (track 1)
writer:
Bennie Benjamin (tracks 5, 10)
Mark Fisher (Songwriter) (track 8)
Joe Goodwin (track 8)
Buddy Kaye (track 12)
Carl Lampl (track 12)
Larry Shay (track 8)
George David Weiss (tracks 5, 10)
publisher:
Bourne Music Ltd. (track 7)
Chappell & Co. (track 17)
Ludlow Music (track 3)
Sony/ATV Harmony (track 17)
Sony/ATV Harmony UK (track 17)
St. Angelo Music (track 1)
Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!) (track 2)
arrangements:
is the basis for:
Fried Bananas (jazz interpretation of "It Could Happen to You") (track 17)
Que sera sera (track 1)
later parody versions:
It Could Happen to You (Sinatra parody) (track 17)
later translated versions:
Che sera (track 1)
GUY IS A GUY (track 3)
Que será será (track 1)
世事多變化 (track 1)
誰要你理睬 (track 3)
later versions:
Amoureux (track 2)
part of:
High Button Shoes (1947 musical) (track 9)
Pal Joey (track 14)
Annie Get Your Gun (track 16)
recording of:
Again (track 4)
Confess (1947 song) (track 5)
Confessin’ (track 7)
Day by Day (track 18)
Everywhere You Go (track 8)
I Didn’t Know What Time It Was (Pal Joey) (track 14)
I Got the Sun in the Morning (from "Annie Get Your Gun") (track 16)
Secret Love (track 2)
Thoughtless (track 12)
A Guy Is a Guy (1952-02-07) (track 3)
Que Será, Será (1956-02-24) (track 1)
referred to in medleys:
version of:

CD 2

background vocals:
The Mellomen (American singing quartet) (1950) (track 6)
composer:
Irving Caesar (track 11)
Sammy Fain (tracks 2–4)
Frank Loesser (track 6)
Jule Styne (tracks 1, 9)
Henry Sullivan (track 17)
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (track 18)
Ray Noble (track 8)
Egbert Van Alstyne (1916) (track 7)
Tony Jackson (New Orleans ragtime pianist) (1916) (track 7)
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (1934) (track 10)
Ted Mossman (1945) (track 13)
Jimmy Van Heusen (1945) (track 14)
lyricist:
Ralph Blane (track 18)
Sammy Cahn (tracks 1, 9)
Milton DeLugg (track 6)
Ray Noble (track 8)
Harry Ruskin (track 17)
Paul Francis Webster (tracks 2–4)
Vincent Youmans (track 11)
Gus Kahn (1916) (track 7)
Al Dubin (1934) (track 10)
Johnny Burke (American lyricist, 1908-1964) (1945) (track 14)
Buddy Kaye (1945) (track 13)
orchestra:
Les Brown and His Orchestra (1945) (tracks 12, 14)
Les Brown and His Orchestra (1946) (tracks 13, 16)
George Siravo and His Orchestra (1949) (tracks 10–11, 15, 18–20)
John Rarig and His Orchestra (1949) (track 17)
Harry James and His Orchestra (1950) (tracks 7–8)
Nat Heindorf and His Orchestra (1953) (tracks 2–4)
performer:
The Country Cousins (1950) (track 5)
vocals:
Doris Day (1945) (tracks 12, 14)
Doris Day (1946) (tracks 13, 16)
Doris Day (1947) (track 1)
Doris Day (1948) (track 9)
Buddy Clark (US 30/40s singer) (1949) (tracks 10, 15, 20)
Doris Day (1949) (tracks 10–11, 15, 17–20)
Doris Day (1950) (tracks 5–8)
Doris Day (1953) (tracks 2–4)
writer:
Roy Alfred (track 15)
Frank Comstock (track 15)
Redd Evans (track 19)
Jerome Kern (track 16)
Carmen Lombardo (track 20)
David Mann (American songwriter) (track 19)
Edward Pola (track 5)
Freddy James (track 12)
Stanley Rochinski (track 20)
Larry Stock (track 12)
Irving Taylor (track 5)
George Wyle (track 5)
publisher:
Harms, Inc. (track 11)
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin) (track 8)
is based on:
later translated versions:
Obsession (track 8)
part of:
Calamity Jane (stage musical) (tracks 2–4)
Hit the Deck (1927 musical) (track 11)
recording of:
All Through the Day (track 16)
Hoop Dee Doo (track 6)
It’s Magic (track 1)
Just Blew in From the Windy City (from "Calamity Jane") (track 3)
Made Up My Mind (track 19)
Pretty Baby (track 7)
Quicksilver (track 5)
Someone Like You (track 18)
The Black Hills of Dakota (from "Calamity Jane") (track 4)
The Deadwood Stage (Whip Crack-Away) (from "Calamity Jane") (track 2)
referred to in medleys:
Overture (track 13)
Perry Como Medley (track 13)

CD 3

arranger:
Ben Homer (track 16)
background vocals:
The Mellomen (American singing quartet) (1949) (track 17)
The Mellomen (American singing quartet) (1954) (track 2)
choir vocals:
The Norman Luboff Choir (1952-06-05) (track 6)
composer:
Robert Allen (US songwriter/arranger/pianist) (track 1)
Nicholas Brodzsky (track 3)
Louis Ferrari (track 5)
Chilton Price (track 9)
Richard Rodgers (track 10)
Jule Styne (track 20)
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (track 14)
Victor Young (tracks 6, 15)
Jack Lawrence (US songwriter) (track 19)
Frank Loesser (tracks 8, 13)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 16)
Cole Porter (1935) (track 11)
Irving Berlin (1950) (track 7)
Cole Porter (1951) (track 12)
conductor:
Percy Faith (1952-06-05) (track 6)
Percy Faith (1954) (track 2)
Percy Faith (1955) (track 3)
Frank De Vol (1958-05-12) (track 1)
instruments:
Instrumental Accompaniment (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1949) (track 17)
lyricist:
Chilton Price (track 9)
Richard Adler (musical composer/lyricist) (track 1)
Sammy Cahn (tracks 3, 20)
Al Dubin (track 14)
Edward Heyman (track 6)
Jack Lawrence (US songwriter) (track 19)
Frank Loesser (tracks 8, 13)
Jacques Plante (track 5)
Don Raye (track 5)
Ned Washington (track 15)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 16)
Cole Porter (1935) (track 11)
Irving Berlin (1950) (track 7)
Cole Porter (1951) (track 12)
orchestra:
Les Brown and His Orchestra (1945) (tracks 18–19)
Les Brown and His Orchestra (1946) (tracks 16, 20)
George Siravo and His Orchestra (1951) (tracks 7, 15)
Paul Weston and His Orchestra (1951) (tracks 5, 10–14)
Paul Weston and His Orchestra (1952) (tracks 4, 8)
Percy Faith Orchestra (Faith's orchestra before his death in 1976) (1952-06-05) (track 6)
Percy Faith Orchestra (Faith's orchestra before his death in 1976) (1954) (track 2)
Percy Faith Orchestra (Faith's orchestra before his death in 1976) (1955) (track 3)
Frank DeVol’s Orchestra (1958-05-12) (track 1)
orchestrator:
vocals:
Doris Day (1945) (tracks 18–19)
Doris Day (1946) (tracks 16, 20)
Doris Day (1949) (tracks 15, 17)
Doris Day (1951) (tracks 5, 7, 10–14)
Doris Day (1952) (tracks 4, 8)
Donald O’Connor (1952) (track 8)
Doris Day (1952-06-05) (track 6)
Doris Day (1953) (track 9)
Doris Day (1954) (track 2)
Doris Day (1955) (track 3)
Doris Day (1958-05-12) (track 1)
writer:
Jimmie Crane (track 2)
Richard Dehr (track 4)
Walton T. Farrar (track 17)
Milton Gabler (track 2)
Terry Gilkyson (track 4)
Al Jacobs (track 2)
Walter Kent (track 17)
Frank Miller (American singer & songwriter) (track 4)
Josef Myrow (track 18)
Buck Ram (track 18)
Dick Vance (track 18)
publisher:
Chappell & Co. (track 6)
Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) (track 6)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 54) (track 16)
Child Ballads (number: 84) (track 16)
arrangements:
Barbara Allen (Roger Quilter arrangement) (track 16)
is the basis for:
Dis! O dis! (track 1)
Sad Wedding Day (track 16)
later parody versions:
later translated versions:
Den som glad är (track 1)
木陰の口づけ (王様と私) (track 10)
later versions:
Barbara Allen (Ritchie Blackmore version) (track 16)
part of:
Can‐Can (1960 musical film) (track 11)
High Society (stage musical) (track 11)
Jubilee (track 11)
Panama Hattie (1942 film) (track 11)
The King and I (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical) (track 10)
Guys and Dolls (full musical) (track 13)
Kiss Me, Kate (musical) (track 12)
recording of:
Barbara Allen (track 16)
Broom Street (track 18)
Domino (André Claveau song) (track 5)
From This Moment On (Kiss Me, Kate, 1953 film & 1999 Broadway revival casts only) (track 12)
In the Moon Mist (track 19)
Mr. Tap Toe (track 4)
My Foolish Heart (track 15)
No Two People (track 8)
The Last Mile Home (track 17)
We Kiss in a Shadow (The King and I) (track 10)
When I Fall in Love (1952-06-05) (track 6)
Everybody Loves a Lover (1958-05-12) (track 1)
referred to in medleys:

CD 4

additional orchestra:
Carl Fischer and His Orchestra (1952-02-07) (track 1)
arranger:
Josef Marais (South African singer, songwriter) (track 1)
composer:
Sammy Fain (tracks 10, 13)
Alexandre Schwab (french composer & lyricist) (track 6)
David Jack Holt (track 3)
Jerome Kern (track 18)
Josef Marais (South African singer, songwriter) (track 8)
Ray Noble (track 17)
Frank Perkins (track 16)
Fred Spielman (track 5)
Fred Rose (songwriter) (track 4)
Harry M. Woods (track 9)
Cole Porter (1929) (track 20)
George Gershwin (composer) (1930) (track 19)
Fabian André (1931) (track 14)
Wilbur Schwandt (1931) (track 14)
Joseph Kosma (1945) (track 15)
lyricist:
Alexandre Schwab (french composer & lyricist) (track 6)
Josef Marais (South African singer, songwriter) (track 8)
Ray Noble (track 17)
Sammy Cahn (track 3)
Jack Lawrence (US songwriter) (track 6)
Mitchell Parish (track 16)
Fred Rose (songwriter) (track 4)
Paul Francis Webster (tracks 5, 10, 13)
Harry M. Woods (track 9)
Cole Porter (1929) (track 20)
Ira Gershwin (1930) (track 19)
Gus Kahn (1931) (track 14)
Jacques Prévert (1945) (track 15)
orchestra:
Paul Weston & His Orchestra (1951-05-15) (track 2)
Paul Weston and His Orchestra (1952) (tracks 7–8, 12)
Ray Heindorf and His Orchestra (1953) (track 13)
Paul Weston and His Orchestra (1953) (tracks 4–6, 9)
Paul Weston and His Orchestra (1956) (tracks 14–20)
Frank DeVol and His Orchestra (1958) (tracks 10–11)
translator:
Johnny Mercer (1947) (track 15)
vocals:
Doris Day (1951-05-15) (track 2)
Doris Day (1952) (tracks 7–8, 12)
Johnnie Ray (aka Johnny Ray, US 1950s songwriter and singer) (1952) (tracks 7–8)
Doris Day (1952-02-07) (track 1)
Frankie Laine (Italian American singer) (1952-02-07) (track 1)
Doris Day (1953) (tracks 4–6, 9, 13)
Johnnie Ray (aka Johnny Ray, US 1950s songwriter and singer) (1953) (track 4)
Doris Day (1954) (track 3)
Doris Day (1956) (tracks 14–20)
Doris Day (1958) (tracks 10–11)
writer:
Howard Barnes (track 12)
Milton DeLugg (track 2)
Harold Fields (songwriter) (track 12)
Dick Gleason (track 11)
Bob Hilliard (track 2)
Floyd Huddleston (track 11)
Al Rinker (track 11)
Joe Roncoroni (track 12)
Gerry Teifer (track 7)
publisher:
Essex Music, Inc. (track 14)
Mills Music (track 16)
Morley Music Corp. (track 15)
New World Music Co. (1930) (track 19)
cover recording of:
is the basis for:
later translated versions:
Las hojas muertas (Autumn Leaves) (track 15)
Les Yeux ouverts (French version of "Dream a Little Dream of Me") (track 14)
Lui, toi et moi (track 18)
Nostalgia (Italian version of "Dream a Little Dream of Me") (track 14)
Nua ned fia mi (track 19)
Rudens zelts (track 15)
Sag es mir in deinem Traum (German version of "Dream a Little Dream of Me") (track 14)
later versions:
The Fall (track 15)
Tidig serenad (track 9)
part of:
An American in Paris (2015 Broadway musical) (track 19)
Calamity Jane (stage musical) (track 13)
Can‐Can (1960 musical film) (track 20)
Crazy For You (1992 Musical) (track 19)
Girl Crazy (1930 Musical) (track 19)
recording of:
A Full Time Job (track 7)
A Purple Cow (track 5)
A Woman’s Touch (track 13)
Autumn Leaves (jazz standard) (track 15)
But Not for Me (track 19)
Candy Lips (track 4)
Choo Choo Train (track 6)
Ma Says, Pa Says (track 8)
My Love and Devotion (by “Milton Carson”) (track 12)
The Song Is You (track 18)
Sugarbush (Based on a the Afrikaans melody Suikerbossie) (1952-02-07) (track 1)
referred to in medleys:
Let's Have Another Party (Winifred Atwell medley) (track 9)
translated version of:
Les Feuilles mortes (track 15)

CD 5

background vocals:
The Mellomen (American singing quartet) (1950) (track 3)
composer:
Gus Chandler (track 5)
Henry Cohen (track 5)
Carl T. Fischer (piano and composer) (track 9)
Josef Myrow (track 13)
Bert White (track 5)
Richard Rodgers (1940) (track 3)
Les Brown (American big band & jazz musician) (1944) (track 1)
Ben Homer (1944) (track 1)
Vic Mizzy (1945) (track 2)
lyricist:
Josef Myrow (track 13)
Mann Curtis (track 2)
Frankie Laine (Italian American singer) (track 9)
Lorenz Hart (1940) (track 3)
Bud Green (1944) (track 1)
orchestra:
Les Brown and His Orchestra (1944-11-20) (track 1)
Les Brown and His Orchestra (1945) (tracks 2, 11–12, 14–16, 19)
Les Brown and His Orchestra (1946) (tracks 8, 13, 20)
Les Brown and His Orchestra (1947) (track 10)
John Rarig and His Orchestra (1947) (track 17)
Les Brown and His Orchestra (1948) (track 9)
George Siravo and His Orchestra (1948) (tracks 4, 7)
John Rarig and His Orchestra (1949) (track 5)
Harry James and His Orchestra (1950) (track 18)
John Rarig and His Orchestra (1950) (track 3)
vocals:
Doris Day (1944-11-20) (track 1)
Doris Day (1945) (tracks 2, 11–12, 14–16, 19)
Doris Day (1946) (tracks 8, 13, 20)
Doris Day (1947) (tracks 10, 17)
Buddy Clark (US 30/40s singer) (1948) (tracks 4, 7)
Doris Day (1948) (tracks 4, 7, 9)
Doris Day (1949) (tracks 5–6)
Doris Day (1950) (tracks 3, 18)
writer:
Hal Borne (track 16)
Sammy Cahn (track 17)
Elizabeth Clarke (track 6)
Lemuel Davis (saxophonist) (track 20)
Lupin Fien (track 11)
Ray Gilbert (track 10)
Kermit Goell (track 14)
Marjorie Goetschius (track 12)
Archie Gottler (track 15)
Emery Heim (track 11)
Inez James (tracks 18–19)
Arthur Johnston (American composer and songwriter) (track 15)
Alex Kramer (track 4)
Manny Kurtz (track 8)
Frank Loesser (track 7)
Johnny Mercer (track 16)
Sidney Miller (songwriter, director and actor) (track 19)
Irving Mills (track 11)
Vic Mizzy (track 8)
Edna Osser (track 12)
Jack Palmer (Jazz pianist and composer) (track 20)
Buddy Pepper (track 18)
Ted Shapiro (track 14)
Jule Styne (track 17)
Joan Whitney (track 4)
Charles Wolcott (track 10)
publisher:
Imagem CV (track 3)
Morley Music Corp. (track 1)
WB Music Group (track 3)
Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) (track 3)
later translated versions:
later versions:
En slump (track 3)
Terugkiek (track 1)
part of:
Pal Joey (track 3)
recording of:
Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered (Pal Joey) (track 3)
Canadian Capers (track 5)
Come to Baby, Do (track 19)
Keep Cool, Fool (track 13)
Love Somebody (track 4)
Sooner or Later (Song of the South) (track 10)
T’ain’t Me (track 20)
Sentimental Journey (1944-11-20) (track 1)

Release

liner notes: Phil Graham (liner note writer)
copyrighted by: Demon Music Group Ltd. (a BBC Worldwide Ltd. subsidiary; for release labels, use "Demon Music Group") (2009 –)
phonographic copyright by: Demon Music Group Ltd. (a BBC Worldwide Ltd. subsidiary; for release labels, use "Demon Music Group") (2009 –)
ASIN: UK: B002LZUNC2 [info]
discography entry: http://www.demonmusicgroup.co.uk/catalogue/releases/100-hits-legends-doris-day/ [info]

Release Group

part of: 100 Hits Legends (number: 7)