Les Brown And His Band Of Renown This CD features two 'live' One Night Stand radio broadcasts from the end of World War II in 1945, from The Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City, on the 15th of January, and from the Hollywood Palladium on the 24th of July. Beside featuring Les Brown's usual singing star Butch Stone, the CD is notable for the inclusion of Doris Day performing most of the vocals. A stepping stone that would lead her to feature in many popular Hollywood movies and to world wide fame as a singing star in her own right.
Les Brown And His Band Of Renown This CD features two 'live' One Night Stand radio broadcasts from the end of World War II in 1945, from The Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City, on the 15th of January, and from the Hollywood Palladium on the 24th of July. Beside featuring Les Brown's usual singing star Butch Stone, the CD is notable for the inclusion of Doris Day performing most of the vocals. A stepping stone that would lead her to feature in many popular Hollywood movies and to world wide fame as a singing star in her own right.
5019317021788
Featuring Doris Day
Artist: Les Brown
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City, January 15, 1945: Introduction: Leap Frog
2. Down By the Old Mill Stream
3. I'll Always Be with You (Voc: Doris Day)
4. Accentuate the Positive
5. In a Sentimental Mood
6. Mexican Hat Dance
7. Don't You Know I Care (Voc: Doris Day)
8. Robin Hood
9. Mohawk Special 1
10. Hollywood Palladium, July 24, 1945: Introduction: Leap Frog 1
11. My Blue Heaven 1
12. Till the End of Time (Voc: Doris Day) 1
13. Harlem Sandman 1
14. Twilight Time 1
15. 't Ain't Me (Voc: Doris Day) 1
16. I Wish I Knew (Voc: Doris Day) 1
17. Show Me the Way to Go Home 1
18. Sentimental Journey (Voc: Doris Day) 1
19. Should I Leap Frog

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Les Brown And His Band Of Renown This CD features two 'live' One Night Stand radio broadcasts from the end of World War II in 1945, from The Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City, on the 15th of January, and from the Hollywood Palladium on the 24th of July. Beside featuring Les Brown's usual singing star Butch Stone, the CD is notable for the inclusion of Doris Day performing most of the vocals. A stepping stone that would lead her to feature in many popular Hollywood movies and to world wide fame as a singing star in her own right.