Day by Day is a Doris Day album released by Columbia Records on December 17, 1956. The title is an obvious pun, both meaning "on a daily basis" (as implied in the song title) and "(Doris) Day, in the daytime" (and thus leading to a later album entitled Day by Night). The album was issued as Columbia catalog CL-942. All tracks have vocals by Day accompanied by Paul Weston's orchestra.
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Watch the video for Day By Day from Doris Day's The Very Best Of for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Day by day I'm falling more in love with you And day by day my love seems to grow There isn't any end to my devotion It's deeper dear by far than an. iew full lyrics. Doris Day. Play track.
Doris Day. Style: jazz. Doris Day - Let's Take a Walk Around the Block 02:39. Doris Day - The Night We Called It a Day 02:59. Doris Day - What's the Use of Wond'rin' ? 02:34. Doris Day - I'm Sitting On Top of the World 02:17. Doris Day - Get Out and Get Under the Moon 02:49. Doris Day - I Feel Like a Feather in the Breeze 03:07. Doris Day - The Lady's in Love With You 02:18. Doris Day - On the Sunny Side of the Street 02:39. Doris Day - Stay With the Happy People 02:14.
You could say that Doris Day was handicapped in her music career by her own success. She started, of course, as a singer in a swing band, but she is most remembered as a pretty decent actress who could also sing well. It is also not a jazz tour-de-force-her duet album with André Previn is good for that-though there is no doubt of her jazz roots if one listens carefully here. Many of the songs are the upbeat romantic tunes that one would expect to hear from the "movie" Doris Day-the innocent happy young romantic-and Doris pulls that off quite well in this collection.