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Doris Day - Move Over Darling (Doris Day 1960-1967) download album

  • Performer: Doris Day
  • Title: Move Over Darling (Doris Day 1960-1967)
  • Genre: Pop
  • Formats: MP1 DMF RA MIDI MP2 AIFF DXD
  • Released: 1997
  • MP3 album: 1650 mb
  • FLAC album: 1186 mb
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Doris Day - Move Over Darling (Doris Day 1960-1967) download album

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She was obviously no longer on the cutting edge of music in 1960, the year of the earliest material on this set, but she still makes every note count - indeed, somewhat ironically, she has the toughest time with some of the songs that come from the movies she was making, yet it was those movies that were doing more than anything else to.

Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Move Over Darling: 1960-1967 (1997). Album by Doris Day. Who Knows What Might Have Been? is a cover of. Who Knows What Might Have Been? by Carol Lawrence and Sydney Chaplin (1962).

Doris Day - Move over Darling. Doris Day - Whatever Will Be Wil Be (Que Sera). 25. Doris Day - If I Give My Heart to You. 2:51.

Move Over Darling" is a song originally recorded by Doris Day, which was the theme from the 1963 movie Move Over, Darling, starring Doris Day, James Garner and Polly Bergen, and was released as a single the same year. The song was written by Doris Day's son, Terry Melcher, along with Hal Kanter and Joe Lubin

Doris Day returns from being lost at sea to find husband James Garner newly-married to Polly Bergen. 20th Century Fox released this gem at the end of 1963, as their big holiday production. The studio had suffered a number of financial setbacks and Move Over, Darling virtually rescued the studio by becoming one of the blockbuster hits of 1964. In addition, Miss Day’s recording of the title tune, co-written by her son Terry Melcher, proved to be a popular hit on the charts, especially in England where it stayed on the lists for many weeks. Doris Day and Chuck Conners are shipwrecked together in Move Over, Darling. Fox thought enough of it to polish it off in 1962, give it to Director George Cukor and a cast including Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin, Cyd Charisse, and Wally Cox. Tragic circumstances intervened and it never got made.



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