Artists: Buzz Miller. Doris Day. Doris Day & Howard Keel. Doris Day & Howard Keel; Orchestra conducted by Ray Heindorf. Doris Day With Orchestra. Howard Keel; Orchestra conducted by Ray Heindorf. Kenneth Le Roy. Orchestra. Doris Day - 'Tis Harry I'm Plannin' to Marry (From "Calamity Jane") 02:05. Doris Day, John Raitt, Carol Haney, Buzz Miller, Kenneth Le Roy, Reta Shaw - The Pajama Game 40:27. SHOW TIME/DAY IN HOLLYWOOD - Doris Day, Ирвинг Берлин, Леонард Бернстайн, Фредерик Лоу. Que Sera Sera - 100 Classic Hits - Dinah Shore, Doris Day, Frankie Laine, Guy Mitchell, Howard Keel, Johnnie Ray, Джордж Гершвин, Ирвинг Берлин.
Doris Day, John Rait - Small Talk 03:39. Doris Day, Eddie Foy & Ensemble, Eddie Foy Ensemble - Racing With The Clock 01:55. Doris Day - I'm Not At All In Love 04:02. Doris Day - Once-A-Year Day 05:11. Doris Day, John Raitt & The Chorus, Doris Day, John Raitt & The Chorus - Finale 00:45. Eddie Foy & Ensemble - The Pajama Game 00:22. Doris Day, Original Film Soundtrack - Steam Heat 03:55.
The Pajama Game (Opening) And Racing With The Clock. A1a. – The Pajama Game (Opening). A1b. – Racing With The Clock. Doris Day, John Raitt And Ensemble. Once-A-Year Day! B1. –Doris Day And John Raitt.
I'm Not At All In Love. Carol Haney, Kenneth Le Roy and Buzz Miller. Carol Haney and Ensemble.
Doris Day and John Raitt. There Once Was A Man, from The Pajama Game. Doris Day, playing the role created by Janis Paige on stage, is incredible. Whether singing the exuberant I’m Not At All in Love, or stopping the show with Raitt while duetting There Once Was A Man, she is truly a dazzler. Day is especially poignant singing a reprise of the show’s big hit, Hey There. The number was recorded live, which was highly unusual since most musical numbers are pre-recorded. When The Pajama Game was brought to the screen in 1957, Doris Day was given sole star billing, with John Raitt, Carol Haney, and Eddie Foy, Jr. below the title. Raitt had top billing in the Broadway production, but this was Hollywood! Day is fascinating as Babe Williams, head of the grievance committee at the Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory. She falls in love with the new superintendent, played by Raitt.
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The Pajama Game is an album released on August 12, 1957 by Columbia Records. It contains songs from the movie of the same name, mostly sung by Doris Day and John Raitt. The catalog number was OL-5210. All songs by Jerry Ross and Richard Adler. The Pajama Game" (Opening) (Eddie Foy, Jr. and Ensemble). Racing with the Clock" (Foy, Jr. I'm Not at All in Love" (Doris Day and the Girls). I'll Never Be Jealous Again" (Foy, Jr. and Reta Shaw). Hey There" (John Raitt).
|A1||–John Raitt||Hey There|
|A2||–Doris Day, Girls*||I'm Not At All In Love|
|B1||–Carol Haney, Kenneth Le Roy and Buzz Miller||Steam Heat|
|B2||–Carol Haney and Ensemble*||Hernando's Hideaway|
|429.358 BE||Doris Day, John Raitt Et Carol Haney||Doris Day, John Raitt Et Carol Haney - Pique-Nique En Pyjama (7", EP)||Philips||429.358 BE||France||1958|