Vinyl Records - 2nd Capitol Records

The Early Years with Benny Goodman (1941-1943)

The First Capitol Records Period (1944-1952)

The Decca Records Period (1952-1957)

The Second Capitol Records Period, Part 1 (1957-1963)

The Second Capitol Records Period, Part 2 (1964-1972)

The Post-Capitol Recordings (1974-1988)

The Transcription Recordings (late-1940s, early-1950s)

The Second Capitol Records Period,
Part 1 (1957-1963)

Capitol single #3722, 1957, cond. Nelson Riddle
Every Night
Baby, Baby, Wait for Me

Capitol single #3811, 1957, cond. Nelson Riddle
Listen to the Rockin' Bird (Hal Levy / Alice Hawthorne)
Uninvited Dream (Sammy Gallop / Burt Bacharach)

The Man I Love
Capitol (864), July 1957, arr. Nelson Riddle, cond. Frank Sinatra
The Man I Love (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin) / Please Be Kind (Sammy Cahn / Saul Chaplin) / Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe (Harold Arlen / E.Y. Harburg) / Just One Way to Say "I Love You" (Irving Berlin) / That's All (Alan Brandt / Bob Haymes) / Something Wonderful (Richard Rodgers / Oscar Hammerstein) / He's My Guy (Don Raye / Gene dePaul) / Then I'll Be Tired of You (Arthur Schwartz / E.Y. Harburg) / My Heart Stood Still (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart) / If I Should Lose You (Leo Robin / Ralph Rainger) / There Is No Greater Love (Isham Jones / Marty Symes) / The Folks who Live on the Hill (Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein)

Capitol single #3998, 1958, cond. Jack Marshall
Fever (John Davenport / Eddie Cooley)
You Don't Know (Walter Spriggs)

Capitol single #4071, 1958, cond. Jack Marshall
Sweetheart (Winfield Scott)
Light of Love (Charles Singleton)

Jump for Joy
Capitol (979), March 1959, arr./cond. Nelson Riddle
Jump for Joy (Ellington / Webster / Kelley) / Back in Your Own Back Yard (Jolson / Ross / Dreyer) / When My Sugar Walks Down the Street (Austin / McHugh / Mills) / I Hear Music (Burton Lane / Frank Loesser) / Just in Time (Styne / Comden / Green) / Old Devil Moon (Burton Lane / E.Y. Harburg) / What a Little Moonlight Can Do (Harry Woods) / Four or Five Times (Byron Gay / Marco Hellman) / Music, Music, Music (Stephen Weiss / Bernie Baum) / Cheek to Cheek (Irving Berlin) / The Glory of Love (Billy Hill) / Ain't We Got Fun (Whiting / Kahn / Egan)

Things are Swingin'
Capitol (1049), May 1959, arr./cond. Jack Marshall
It's a Wonderful World (Savitt / Watson / Adamson) / Things Are Swingin' (Peggy Lee / Jack Marshall) / Alright, Okay, You Win (Wyche) / Ridin' High (Cole Porter) / It's Been a Long, Long Time (Jule Styne / Sammy Cahn) / Lullaby in Rhythm (Goodman / Sampson / Profit / Hirsch) / Alone Together (Arthur Schwartz / Howard Dietz) / I'm Beginning to See the Light (Ellington / Hodges / George) / It's a Good, Good Night (Peggy Lee) / You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me (Harry Warren / Al Dubin) / You're Mine You (Johnny Green / Edward Heyman) / Life Is for Livin' (Sammy Cahn / James VanHeusen)

I Like Men!
Capitol (1131), 1959, arr./cond. Jack Marshall
Charley, My Boy (Gus Kahn / Ted Fiorito) / Good for Nothing Joe (Rube Bloom / Ted Koehler) / I Love to Love (Herbert Baker) / When a Woman Loves a Man (Hanighen / Jenkins / Mercer) / I Like Men! (Peggy Lee / Jack Marshall) / I'm Just Wild About Harry (Noble Sissle / Eubie Blake) / My Man (Maurice Yvain / Channing Pollock) / Bill (Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein / P.G. Wodehouse) / So in Love (Cole Porter) / Jim (Shawn / Samuels / Petrillo) / It's So Nice to Have a Man Around the House (H. Spina / J.M. Elliott) / Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! (Abe Olman / Ed Rose)

Beauty and the Beat
Capitol (1219), 1959, "live" with George Shearing
Do I Love You? (Cole Porter) / I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City (Leon René / Johnny Lange) / If Dreams Come True (Sampson / Goodman / Mills) / All Too Soon (Duke Ellington / Carl Sigman) / Blue Prelude (Gordon Jenkins / Joe Bishop) / You Came a Long Way from St. Louis (John Benson Brooks / Bob Russell) / Always True to You (In My Fashion) (Cole Porter) / There'll Be Another Spring (Peggy Lee / Hubie Wheeler) / Get Out of Town (Cole Porter) (Plus 3 instrumental tracks: Mambo in Miami / Isn't It Romantic? / Satin Doll)

Capitol single #4115, 1959, cond. Jack Marshall
Alright, Okay, You Win (Sid Wyche / Mayme Watts)
My Man (Maurice Yvain / Channing Pollock)

Capitol single #4189, 1959, cond. Jack Marshall
Hallelujah, I Love Him So (Ray Charles)
I'm Looking Out the Window (Don Raye)

Capitol single #4243, 1959, w/ George Shearing and the Quintet
You Came a Long Way from St. Louis (John Benson Brooks / Bob Russell)
I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City (Leon René / Johnny Lange)

Capitol single #4298, 1959, cond. Jack Marshall
You Deserve (Kenny Jacobson / Rhoda Roberts)
Where Do I Go from Here? (Sheldon Harnick / Jerry Bock)

Capitol single #4311, 1959
The Tree (Peggy Lee) - cond. Jack Marshall
The Christmas List (Peggy Lee) - cond. Billy May

Latin a la Lee
Capitol (1290), January 1960, arr./cond. Jack Marshall
Heart (Richard Adler / Jerry Ross) / On the Street Where You Live (Frederick Loewe / Alan Jay Lerner) / Till There Was You (Meredith Willson) / I Am in Love (Cole Porter) / Hey There (Richard Adler / Jerry Ross) / I Could Have Danced All Night (Frederick Loewe / Alan Jay Lerner) / The Surrey with the Fringe on Top (Richard Rodgers / Oscar Hammerstein) / The Party's Over (Styne / Comden / Green) / Dance Only with Me (Styne / Comden / Green) / Wish You Were Here (Harold Rome) / C'est Magnifique (Cole Porter) / I Enjoy Being a Girl (Richard Rodgers / Oscar Hammerstein)

All Aglow Again!
Capitol (1366), May 1960, arr./cond. various
Fever (Johnny Davenport / Eddie Cooley) / Where Do I Go from Here? (Sheldon Harnick / Jerry Bock) / Whee, Baby (Peggy Lee / Alice Larson) / My Man (Maurice Yvain / Channing Pollock) / You Deserve (Kenny Jacobson / Rhoda Roberts) / Mañana (Peggy Lee / Dave Barbour) / Hallelujah, I Love Him So (Ray Charles) / You Don't Know (Walter Spriggs) / Louisville Lou (Milton Ager / Jack Yellen) / I'm Lookin' Out the Window (Don Raye) / It Keeps You Young (Charlie Singleton / Larry Coleman) / Let's Call It a Day (Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)

Pretty Eyes
Capitol (1401), July 1960, arr./cond. Billy May
As You Desire Me (Allie Wrubel) / It Could Happen to You (James VanHeusen / Johnny Burke) / Pretty Eyes (Marvin Phillips) / Moments Like This (Burton Lane / Frank Loesser) / Remind Me (Jerome Kern / Dorothy Fields) / You Fascinate Me So (Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh) / I Wanna Be Loved (Green / Ross / Heyman) / I'm Walking Through Heaven with You (Joe Turner) / I Remember You (Victor Schertzinger / Johnny Mercer) / Too Close for Comfort (Bock / Holofcener / Weiss) / In Other Words (Bart Howard) / Because I Love Him So (Peggy Lee / Milton Raskin)

Christmas Carousel
Capitol (1423), October 1960, arr./cond. Billy May and Jack Marshall
I Like a Sleighride (Jingle Bells) (Traditional, arr. Billy May / Dave Cavanaugh) / The Christmas Song (Mel Tormé / Robert Wells) / Don't Forget to Feed the Reindeer (Peggy Lee) / The Star Carol (A.S. Burt / W. Hutson) / The Christmas List (Peggy Lee) / Christmas Carousel (Peggy Lee) / Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town (J.Fred Coots / Haven Gillespie) / The Christmas Waltz (Jule Styne / Sammy Cahn) / The Christmas Riddle (Peggy Lee / Stella Castelucci) / The Tree (Peggy Lee) / Deck the Halls (Traditional, arr. Billy May) / White Christmas (Irving Berlin)

Olé a la Lee
Capitol (1475), December 1960, arr./cond. Joe Harnell
Come Dance with Me (Sammy Cahn / James VanHeusen) / By Myself (Arthur Schwartz / Howard Dietz) / You're So Right for Me (Ray Evans / Jay Livingston) / Just Squeeze Me (Duke Ellington / Lee Gaines) / Fantástico (Noel Sherman / Jack Keller) / Together (Wherever We Go) (Jule Styne) / Love and Marriage (James VanHeusen / Sammy Cahn) / Non Dimenticar (Redi / Galdieri / Dobbins) / From Now On (Cole Porter) / You Stepped Out of a Dream (Nacio Herb Brown / Gus Kahn) / Olé (Peggy Lee) / I Can't Resist You (Ned Meyer / Will Donaldson)

Capitol single #4349, 1960, cond. Jack Marshall
Heart (Richard Adler / Jerry Ross)
C'est Magnifique (Cole Porter)

Capitol single #4449, 1960
I'm Gonna Go Fishin' (Peggy Lee / Duke Ellington) - cond. Bill Holman
My Gentle Young Johnny (Jerry Bock / Sheldon Harnick) - cond. Ralph Carmichael

Capitol single #4474, 1960, cond. Billy May
I Like a Sleighride (Traditional, arr. Billy May / Dave Cavanaugh)
Christmas Carousel (Peggy Lee)

Basin Street East Proudly Presents Peggy Lee
Capitol (1520), May 1961, musical director Joe Harnell
Day In, Day Out (Rube Bloom / Johnny Mercer) / Moments Like This (Burton Lane / Frank Loesser) / Fever (Johnny Davenport / Eddie Cooley) / The Second Time Around (Sammy Cahn / James VanHeusen) / Medley: One Kiss (Sigmund Romberg / Oscar Hammerstein), My Romance (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart), The Vagabond King Waltz (R. Friml / B. Hooker) / I Got a Man (Ray Charles) / I Love Being Here with You (Peggy Lee / Bob Schluger) / But Beautiful (James VanHeusen / Johnny Burke) / Them There Eyes (Pinkard / Tracey / Tauber) / Just for a Thrill (D. Raye / L. Armstrong) / Yes Indeed (Sy Oliver)

If You Go
Capitol (1630), October 1961, arr./cond. Quincy Jones
As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld) / If You Go (Michael Emer / Geoffrey Parsons) / Oh Love, Hast Thou Forsaken Me? (William Bowers) / Say It Isn't So (Irving Berlin) / I Wish I Didn't Love You So (Frank Loesser) / Maybe It's Because (I Love You Too Much) (Irving Berlin) / I'm Gonna Laugh You Right Out of My Life (Cy Coleman / Joseph Allen McCarthy) / I Get Along Without You Very Well (Hoagy Carmichael) / (I Love Your) Gypsy Heart (Peggy Lee / Harry Sukman) / When I Was a Child (Floyd Huddleston / Mark McIntyre) / Here's That Rainy Day (James VanHeusen / Johnny Burke) / Smile (Chaplin / Turner / Parsons)

Capitol single #4498, 1961, cond. Bill Holman
I Love Being Here with You (Peggy Lee / Bob Schluger)
Bucket of Tears (Holman)

Capitol single #4576, 1961
Yes Indeed (Sy Oliver) - cond. Joe Harnell
Boston Beans (Peggy Lee / Milton Raskin / Bill Schluger) - cond. Quincy Jones

Capitol single #4610, 1961
Hey! Look Me Over (Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh) - cond. Quincy Jones
When He Makes Music (Jack Segal / Marvin Fisher) - cond. Ralph Carmichael

Blues Cross Country
Capitol (1671), March 1962, arr./cond. Quincy Jones
Kansas City (Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller) / Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams) / Los Angeles Blues (Peggy Lee / Quincy Jones) / I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City (Leon René / Johnny Lange) / The Grain Belt Blues (Peggy Lee / Milton Raskin / Bill Schluger) / New York City Blues (Peggy Lee / Quincy Jones) / Goin' to Chicago Blues (Count Basie / Jamese Rushing) / San Francisco Blues (Peggy Lee / Milton Raskin / Bill Schluger) / Fisherman's Wharf (Peggy Lee / Milton Raskin) / Boston Beans (Peggy Lee / Milton Raskin / Bill Schluger) / The Train Blues (Peggy Lee / Quincy Jones) / St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy)

Bewitching-Lee
Capitol (1743), July 1962, arr./cond. various
Why Don't You Do Right? (Joe McCoy) / Don't Smoke in Bed (Willard Robison) / It's a Good Day (Peggy Lee / Dave Barbour) / Alright, Okay, You Win (Sid Wyche / Mayme Watts) / Golden Earrings (Young / Livingston / Evans) / Hallelujah, I Love Him So (Ray Charles) / Fever (Johnny Davenport / Eddie Cooley) / I Don't Know Enough About You (Peggy Lee / Dave Barbour) / Them There Eyes (Pinkard / Tracey / Tauber) / While We're Young (Wilder / Palitz / Engvick) / Mañana (Peggy Lee / Dave Barbour) / My Man (Maurice Yvain / Channing Pollack) (Note: Essentially a "greatest hits" package borrowing mostly from Peggy's first Capitol period)

Sugar -n- Spice
Capitol (1772), October 1962, cond. Benny Carter
Ain't That Love (Ray Charles) / The Best Is Yet to Come (Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh) / I Believe in You (Frank Loesser) / Embrasse Moi (Peggy Lee / D'Aime Barelli) / See See Rider (Ma Rainey) / Teach Me Tonight (Gene DePaul) / When the Sun Comes Out (Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler) / Tell All the World About You (Ray Charles) / I Don't Wanna Leave You Now (Lee / Taylor / Hazard) / The Sweetest Sounds (Richard Rodgers) / I've Got the World on a String (Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler) / Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now) (Jack Yellen / Milton Ager)

Capitol single #4750, 1962, cond. Benny Carter
The Sweetest Sounds (Richard Rodgers)
Loads of Love (Richard Rodgers)

Capitol single #4812, 1962
Tell All the World About You (Ray Charles / Percy Mayfield) - cond. Benny Carter
Amazing (Norman Gimbel / Emil Stern) - cond. Billy May

Capitol single #4888, 1962 - cond. Benny Carter
I'm a Woman (Mike Leiber / Jerry Stoller)
Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now) (Jack Yellen / Milton Ager)

Mink Jazz
Capitol (1850), June 1963, cond. Max Bennett and Benny Carter
It's a Big, Wide, Wonderful World (John Rox) / Whisper Not (Benny Golson / Leroy Jackson) / My Silent Love (Dana Suesse / Edward Heyman) / The Lady Is a Tramp (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart) / Days of Wine and Roses (Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer) / As Long As I Live (Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler) / I Won't Dance (Jerome Kern / Dorothy Fields) / Cloudy Morning (Joe McCarthy Jr. / Marvin Fisher) / I Could Write a Book (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart) / I Never Had a Chance (Irving Berlin) / Close Your Eyes (Bernice Petkere) / Where Can I Go Without You? (Peggy Lee / Victor Young)

I'm a Woman
Capitol (1857), 1963, cond. Dick Hazard and Benny Carter
The Alley Cat Song (Frank Bjorn / Jack Harlen) / Mama's Gone, Goodbye (Peter Bocage / A.J. Piron) / I'm Walkin' (Antoine Domino / Dave Bartholomew) / Come Rain or Come Shine (Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer) / There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth the Salt of My Tears (Fred Fisher) / I'm a Woman (Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller) / Mack the Knife (Kurt Weill / Bertolt Brecht / Marc Blitzstein) / You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You (Morgan / Stock / Cavanaugh) / I'll Get By (Fred Ahlert / Roy Turk) / I Left My Heart in San Francisco (Douglass Cross / George Cory) / A Taste of Honey (Ric Marlow / Bobby Scott) / One Note Samba (Jobim / Mendonca / Hendricks)

Capitol single #4942, 1963
The Alley Cat Song (Frank Bjorn / Jack Harlen) - cond. Dick Hazard
Little Boat (O Barquinho) (Menescal / Boscoli / Kaye) - cond. Max Bennett

Capitol single #5001, 1963, cond. Max Bennett
A Doodlin' Song (Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh)
Got That Magic (Peggy Lee / Bill Schluger)