Actress and singer Doris Day made nearly three dozen films and more than recordings. At the height of her career, she topped both the billboard and the box office charts. Day died of pneumonia on Monday at the age of Day remains one of the most successful female movie stars of all time. She embodied the "girl next door" even in her 40s, which is probably why her films with Rock Hudson were so successful. A scene from 's Pillow Talk shows a split screen with Day and Hudson in their separate bathtubs, only it looks like they're in the same one — with their feet touching. That was Day at the height of her film success, but her career began as a big band "girl singer," and with Les Brown's big band she had one of the biggest hits of World War II: " A Sentimental Journey.
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Les Brown and His Band of Renown had been performing the song, but were unable to record it because of the —44 musicians' strike. When the strike ended, the band, with Doris Day as vocalist, had a hit record with the song, Day's first 1 hit, in About this same time, the Merry Macs had a recording following Brown and Day which featured a bouncy arrangement where the group modulates or augments the verse eight times in the last half of the song. A vocal feat for any group attempting to record a song in one take without the benefit of tape editing in that era of modern recording. The song later became something of a standard with jazz artists and was recorded by, among others, Buck Clayton with Woody Herman and by Ben Sidran. Frank Sinatra recorded his version of the song in Rosemary Clooney issued an album Sentimental Journey which included the song. The song describes someone about to take a train to a place to which they have a great emotional attachment and their mounting anticipation while wondering why they ever roamed away. The opening verse is:. Gonna take a sentimental journey Gonna set my heart at ease Gonna make a sentimental journey To renew old memories.
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