Good-morning, kittens and dawgs! I’m struggling to find my blog groove after a busy April. I had lots of fun pulling together my All Thing Vintage series and now I’m ready to settle into a life of normalcy again.
It’s Magic was written by Jule Styne (music) and Sammy Cahn (lyrics). The song introduced by Doris Day in her film début, Romance on the High Seas in 1948. Day’s recording spent 21 weeks on the billboard chart at #2.
Here is Doris Day from Romance on the High Seas singing It’s Magic at the 1:37 mark.
U.K. artist, Keely Smith, recorded It’s Magic ten years later with a similar style as Day.
Who did you like the best, Doris Day or Keely Smith? There’s no right or wrong vote, except for a no vote. Cast your vote by leaving your favorite choice in comments and if you have time feel free to tell me why your pick is the best.
I will share the results of this competition a week from day, so mark your calendar and stop by to see if your pick gets named! Thanks for joining in on the fun and I hope you’ll dance by tomorrow for Mewsic Moves Me.
This is Curious as a Cathy signing off with have a bandtastic day!