Day Time On The Radio-Lost Radio Duets From The Doris Day Show 1952-1955

01. It’s Magic (Radio Announcer Version) (0:43)
02. A Wooin’ We Will Go (With Howard Keel) (2:28)
03. The Love Nest (With Gordon MacRae) (1:27)
04. You’re Just In Love (With Van Johnson) (1:31)
05. Ma Says, Pa Says (With Broderick Crawford & Don Wilson) (2:24)
06. Dearie (With Dan Dailley) (1:44)
07. If Life Were All Peaches & Cream (With Tony Martin) (2:41)
08. Red Hot Henry Brown (With Kirk Douglas) (1:16)
09. I Will Marry You (With John Agar) (1:50)
10. By The Light Of The Silvery Moon (With Gordon MacRae) (1:45)
11. A Kiss Like This (With Alan Young) (1:20)
12. Merrily Song (With Donald O’Connor) (1:38)
13. Take Me Out To The Ball Game (With Ronald Reagan & Bob Crosby) (0:27)
14. I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles (With Jack Smith) (1:17)
15. Tea For Two (With Gordon MacRae) (1:49)
16. We’re In Love (With Broderick Crawford) (1:54)
17. My Darling, My Darling (With Frank Loesser) (1:22)
18. Around The Corner (With Marais & Miranda) (2:45)
19. Wait Till The Sun Shines Nellie (With George Jessel) (0:52)
20. Little By Little (With Walter O’Keefe) (1:12)
21. Something Sort Of Grandish (With David Wayne) (2:10)
22. You’re My Peaches & Cream (With David Butler) (1:00)
23. Together (With Don Wilson) (1:14)
24. I’ll Be Seeing You (With George Murphey) (2:22)
25. Ma Says, Pa Says (With Marais & Miranda, Gordon MacRae) (4:10)
26. I’m Gonna Mend My Fences (With Howard Keel) (2:16)
27. Cuddle Up A Little Closer Till We Meet Again (With Gordon MacRae) (2:08)
28. Jingle Bells Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (With Jimmy Boyd, Jack Kirkwood & Don Wilson) (1:51)
29. Love To Be With You (Radio Announcer Version) (1:14)
30. Till I Waltz Again With You (2:56)
31. It’s Magic (0:44)
32. Love To Be With You (2:07)

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I'm a big fan of vintage books,movies,TV shows and music. I encourage everyone to patronize your local used book/record store and pick up some of the good stuff. My posts are capsule reviews of some favorites that you may want to investigate. The albums posted aren't really reviews but items from my collection that are still available. I try and point out highlights of each one and let the music speak for itself. Thanks to all for checking out the blog.
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