I Have Dreamed (Doris Day album)

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I Have Dreamed
I Have Dreamed (Doris Day album) cover.jpg
Studio album by Doris Day
Released August 14, 1961
Recorded May 2–5, 1961
Genre Pop
Label Columbia
Doris Day chronology
Bright and Shiny
(1961)
I Have Dreamed
(1961)
Duet
(1962)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

I Have Dreamed is an album recorded by Doris Day in May 1961 and issued by Columbia Records on August 14, 1961 as catalog number CS 8460. Doris Day was backed by Jim Harbert's Orchestra.

As the name suggests, many of the songs have titles or lyrics referring to dreaming.

An interesting excerpt from the Richard Rodgers Wikipedia page: "After Doris Day recorded "I Have Dreamed" in 1961, he wrote to her and her arranger, James Harbert, that theirs was the most beautiful rendition of his song he had ever heard."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Believe in Dreams" (Jim Harbert) (recorded on May 3, 1961)
  2. "I'll Buy That Dream" (Herb Magidson/Allie Wrubel) (recorded on May 2, 1961)
  3. "My Ship" (Ira Gershwin/Kurt Weill) (recorded on May 3, 1961)
  4. "All I Do Is Dream of You" (Arthur Freed/Nacio Herb Brown) (recorded on May 2, 1961)
  5. "When I Grow Too Old to Dream" (Oscar Hammerstein II/Sigmund Romberg) (recorded on May 5, 1961)
  6. "We'll Love Again" (Ray Evans/Jay Livingston) (recorded on May 3, 1961)
  7. "I Have Dreamed" (Oscar Hammerstein II/Richard Rodgers) (recorded on May 5, 1961)
  8. "Periwinkle Blue" (Paul Francis Webster/Jerry Livingston) (recorded on May 3, 1961)
  9. "Some Day I'll Find You" (Noël Coward) (recorded on May 5, 1961)
  10. "You Stepped Out of a Dream" (Gus Kahn/Nacio Herb Brown) (recorded on May 5, 1961)
  11. "Oh What a Beautiful Dream" (By Dunham/Joe Hooven/Marilyn Hooven) (recorded on May 2, 1961)
  12. "Time to Say Goodnight" (John Rotella) (recorded on May 2, 1961)

The album was combined with Day's other album, What Every Girl Should Know, and released on compact disc, issued in 2001.

References[edit]

  1. ^ I Have Dreamed (Doris Day album) at AllMusic