Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
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|Doris Day's Sentimental Journey|
|Studio album by|
|Released||July 12, 1965|
|Recorded||November 11–21, 1964|
|Doris Day chronology|
Doris Day's Sentimental Journey is studio album by American singer Doris Day, released by Columbia Records on July 12, 1965 as a monophonic LP (catalog number CL-2360) and a stereophonic album (catalog number CS-9160).
The album gets its title from Doris Day's first big hit, "Sentimental Journey," which she performed as a part of the band Les Brown and His Band of Renown in 1945, and consists mostly of pop standards, principally composed in the 1940s, approximately contemporaneously with that song.
Liner notes on the album were written by George T. Simon who was the author of "The Feeling of Jazz". The album's tracks are backed with the lush arrangements from the Mort Garson Orchestra. Mort Garson arranged and conducted. All of the album tracks are medium to slow tempo. The album was produced by Allen Stanton.
'A Sentimental Journey' is also the title of a stage musical tribute to Doris Day by Adam Rollston. In 2011 the piece toured to Scotland, England and Los Angeles.
- "The More I See You" (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren) (recorded on September 21, 1964)
- "At Last" (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren) (recorded on September 15, 1964)
- "Come to Baby, Do!" (Inez James, Sidney Miller) (recorded on September 21, 1964)
- "I Had the Craziest Dream" (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren)/"I Don't Want to Walk Without You" (Frank Loesser, Jule Styne) (recorded on September 21, 1964)
- "I'll Never Smile Again" (Ruth Lowe) (recorded on September 15, 1964)
- "I Remember You" (Victor Schertzinger, Johnny Mercer) (remake recorded on September 11, 1964)
- "Serenade In Blue" (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon) (recorded on September 15, 1964)
- "I'm Beginning to See the Light" (Duke Ellington, Don George, Johnny Hodges, Harry James) (recorded on September 21, 1964)
- "It Could Happen to You" (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen) (recorded on September 11, 1964)
- "It's Been A Long, Long Time" (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn) (recorded on September 15, 1964)
- "Sentimental Journey" (Les Brown, Ben Homer, Bud Green) (remake recorded on September 11, 1964)
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