[78-L] Les Brown CD Columbia CK 45344

Rodger Holtin rjh334578 at gmail.com.invalid
Sat Mar 28 00:02:15 PDT 2015

Thank you one and all for coming to the rescue.  I once had the 78 of 'S
Wonderful and could not remember what the label said, and the "All Through
the Day" somehow just didn't quite sound like the usual Doris to me.

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There is also a recording of S'WONDERFUL by Les Brown on the Internet
Archive crediting Doris Day as the vocalist.  And it sure sounds like Doris
to me.  Hard to tell when it was recorded as it doesn't seem to be included
in the Bear Family CD box sets.  Besides it only runs about 1:32, which
should help Rodger rule it out.
From: Randy Watts
The book JAZZ RECORDS, 1942-80 offers that Betty Taylor is indeed the
vocalist on "S'Wonderful," but notes that Columbia 39176 inadvertently
credited Lucy Ann Polk as vocalist.

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