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8 thoughts on “ Barbara Allen - Doris Day With Les Brown - Doris Day With Les Brown (CD)

  1. Oct 14,  · Johnny, right you are about Doris' versatility and her talent in interpreting the various lyrics. There are two different companies that released the CD entitled "Doris Day - Complete Recordings with Les Brown 2CD(2)" But there were only 40 songs recorded commercially by Les Brown and Doris Day.
  2. Barbara Allen: B4: Celery Stalks At Midnight: B5: A1, B1), Les Brown (tracks: A1 to B6), Vocals – Doris Day; Notes A1 November 20, A2 November 29, A3 November 29, A4 November 29, A5 November 29, A6 January 7,
  3. Jan 05,  · Also because of Doris, Bob Hope hired Les Brown and His Orchestra to play for his radio shows and world wide tours. That association lasted for 52 years, while Doris was with Bob Hope for 1 year. The superlatives Les Brown Jr. used to describe the Doris Day recordings used such words as incredible, perfection, and great energy.
  4. Buy The Complete Doris Day with Les Brown by Doris Day & Les Brown online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available on CD - starting at $ Shop now.
  5. Reissuing the identical material compiled elsewhere several times (most notably on Columbia's The Complete Doris Day With Les Brown), Jazz Factory won't win any points for originality, but the material itself is golden. Day's recordings with Les Brown blazed at such a high candle power that even an energetic combo like the Andrews Sisters could hardly compare (no less with their three voices.
  6. Barbara Allen Lyrics: Oh, in the merry month of May / When green buds they were swellin' / Young Tommy Jones on his death bed lay / For love of Barbara Allen / He sent his men unto her then / To the.
  7. This is a great collection of early Les Brown classics featuring Doris Day as his lead singer. They were recorded from when Doris at 18 years of age was already a big band regular (having previously sung for the Bob Crosby band since age 16) until she left Les Brown in to become a movie star/5(5).

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