Editors’ Notes In song and on screen during the ‘50s and ’60s, crooning Hollywood royalty Doris Day captured the breezy allure of everyday romance. Yet she was plenty versatile beyond that, slipping comfortably into jazz standards and other delicate detours. Across duets with the likes of Johnnie Ray and Frankie Laine, she found playful sparring partners every bit as effective as the ones in her movies.

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