"Whatever Will Be, Will Be"
Doris Day (1950s) to Dusty Springfield (1960s) to Carly Simon (1970s) to Madonna (1980s) to Sheryl Crow (1990s) to Shania Twain (2000s) (hasn't Sheryl Crow got a cool name?)
Its evolution baby!
You see, and i am not saying this is true, but if you follow my drift, all these artists are all as important as each other. Shania was influenced by Sheryl and Sheryl influenced by Madonna and so forth, till we get to Doris. (Your not falling for this are you?)Sigh...bring in the expert .....
"Doris Day has packed four careers into one lifetime, two each in music and movies. The pity is that all most people remember are her movies from Teacher's Pet (1957) onward, as the quintessential all-American girl, the perpetually virginal screen heroine, cast opposite such icons of masculinity as Clark Cable and, rather ironically, Rock Hudson. She also transposed this following to television at the end of the 1960s with a situation comedy that lasted into the early '70s. If most people remember her as a singer, it's usually for such pop hits as "Secret Love" and her Oscar-winning "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)," which became her signature tune."
And lastly.... She is still alive & kicking (Born 3rd April 1924)
For Beatles see Number 489, #587, #894 & #947
For Billy Joel see Number 558 & #849
For Carly Simon see Number 635
For Grease see Number 890
For Shania Twain see Number 757 & @ MM Vol 1 Number 124
For Madonna see Number 478 & #571
For Wham see Number 581
For more Madonna see her @ MM Vol 1 Number 077
Labels: Doris Day