QUE SERA, SERA * THE HIGH KEYS * LONDON 9768 * UK
Que Sera, Sera (pronounced Kay Se-ra'h Se-ra'h) translated from the Spanish 'What Will Be, Will Be'. Sung by Doris Day and written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans for Alfred Hitchcock's 1956 re-make of his 1934 film The Man Who Knew Too Much starring Doris Day & Jimmy Stewart.
This storming Soul dancer full of energy and passion was another big one for the Modernists in London and the South of England back in the days of working class optimism. The High Keys were a quartet consisted of Troy Keyes (Lead), Jimmy Williams, Bob Haggard and Cliff Rice. Originally released on Atco 6268 in the US, the record became a Billboard top forty hit.
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