Tea for Two (album)

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Tea for Two
Soundtrack album by Doris Day
Released September 4, 1950
Recorded July 14–25, 1950
Label Columbia
Doris Day chronology
Young Man with a Horn
(1950)
Tea for Two
(1950)
Lullaby of Broadway
(1951)

Tea for Two was a 10" LP album released by Columbia Records on September 4, 1950 under catalog number CL-6149, featuring Doris Day, with Axel Stordahl conducting the orchestra on some pieces, and the Page Cavanaugh Trio as backup musicians on others. It contained songs from the soundtrack of the movie of the same name.

The Columbia catalog number was CL-6149.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Crazy Rhythm" (Joseph Meyer/Roger Wolfe Kahn/Irving Caesar) (duet with Gene Nelson & The Page Cavanaugh Trio) (recorded July 25, 1950)
  2. "Here in My Arms" (Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart) (with Axel Stordahl's orchestra) (recorded July 14, 1950)
  3. "I Know That You Know" (Vincent Youmans/Anne Caldwell) (duet with Gene Nelson & The Page Cavanaugh Trio) (recorded July 25, 1950)
  4. "I Want to Be Happy" (Vincent Youmans/Irving Caesar) (with The Page Cavanaugh Trio) (recorded July 25, 1950)
  5. "Do Do Do" (George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin) (with Axel Stordahl's orchestra) (recorded July 14, 1950)
  6. "I Only Have Eyes For You" (Harry Warren/Al Dubin) (with Axel Stordahl's orchestra) (recorded July 14, 1950)
  7. "Oh Me! Oh My! Oh You!" (Vincent Youmans/Ira Gershwin) (duet with Gene Nelson & The Page Cavanaugh Trio) (recorded July 25, 1950)
  8. "Tea for Two" (Vincent Youmans/Irving Caesar) (with Axel Stordahl's orchestra) (recorded July 14, 1950)

This album, combined with Lullaby of Broadway, was reissued in compact disc form in 2001.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tea for Two". Retrieved 14 July 2013.