Vinyl Recordings - 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 Two (1964-1972)

In Love Again!
Capitol (1969), February 1964, arr. Dick Hazard, Bill Holman and Shorty Rogers
A Lot of Livin' To Do (Lee Adams / Charles Strouse) / I've Got Your Number (Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh) / Little by Little (Walter O'Keefe / Bobby Dolan) / Got That Magic (Peggy Lee / Bill Schluger) / The Moment of Truth (Tex Satterwhite / Frank Scott) / That's My Style (Peggy Lee / Cy Coleman) / I Can't Stop Loving You (Don Gibson) / Unforgettable (Irving Gordon) / Once (Ils S'aimaient) (Magenta / Marnay / Gimbel) / (I'm) In Love Again (Peggy Lee / Cy Coleman) / I Got Lost in His Arms (Irving Berlin) / How Insensitive (Antonio Carlo Jobim / Norman Gimbel)

In the Name of Love
Capitol (2096), August 1964, arr. various/cond. Lou Levy
In the Name of Love (Estelle Levitt / Kenny Rankin) / My Sin (DeSylva / Brown / Henderson) / The Boy from Ipanema (Jobim / DeMoraes / Gimbel) / Shangri-La (Malneck / Maxwell / Sigman) / Talk to Me Baby (Johnny Mercer / Robert Dolan) / There'll Be Some Changes Made (Overstreet / Higgins / Edwards) / After You've Gone (Henry Creamer / Turner Layton) / The Right to Love (Reflections) (Gene Lees / Lalo Schifrin) / Theme from Joy House (Just Call Me Love Bird) (Peggy Lee / Lalo Schifrin) / Senza Fine (Alec Wilder / Gino Paoli) / When in Rome (Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh)

Capitol single #5121, 1964, cond. Max Bennett
A Lot of Livin' to Do (Lee Adams / Charles Strouse)
I Can't Stop Loving You (Don Gibson)

Capitol single #5241, 1964, cond. Lou Levy
In the Name of Love (Estelle Levitt / Kenny Rankin)
My Sin (DeSylva / Brown / Henderson)

Capitol single #5289, 1964, cond. Lou Levy
After You've Gone (Henry Creamer / Turner Layton)
Talk to Me Baby (Johnny Mercer / Robert Dolan)

Pass Me By
Capitol (2320), April 1965, arr. various/cond. Lou Levy
Sneakin' Up on You (Ted Daryl / Chip Taylor) / Pass Me By (Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh) / I Wanna Be Around (Sadie Vimmerstedt / Johnny Mercer) / Bewitched (Howard Greenfield / Jack Keller) / My Love, Forgive Me (Amore, Scusami) (Gino Mescoli / Vito Pallavicini) / You Always Hurt the One You Love (Doris Fisher / Allan Roberts) / A Hard Day's Night (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Love (Bert Kaempfert / Milt Gabler) / Dear Heart (Livingston / Evans / Mancini) / Quiet Nights (Corvocado) (Jobim / Lees / Kaye) / That's What It Takes (Peggy Lee / Cy Coleman / Bill Schluger)

Then Was Then and Now Is Now
Capitol (2388), November 1965, cond. Sid Feller
Trapped (In the Web of Love) (Jeanne Burns) / Loosers Weepers (Fuller / Morris / Riddle) / Free Spirits (Norman Mapp) / I Go to Sleep (Ray Davies) / Leave It to Love (Lee Burke / Irving Szathmary) / The Shadow of Your Smile (Paul Francis Webster / Johnny Mercer) / They Say (Heyman / Mann / Weiss) / Seventh Son (Willie Dixon) / Then Was Then (And Now Is Now) (Cy Coleman / Peggy Lee) / Ev'rybody Has the Right to Be Wrong (At Least Once) (James VanHeusen / Sammy Cahn) / (I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over (Allie Wrubel / Herb Magdison)

Capitol single #5346, 1965, cond. Lou Levy
Pass Me By (Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh)
That's What It Takes (Peggy Lee / Cy Coleman / Bill Schluger)

Capitol single #5404, 1965, cond. Lou Levy
Bewitched (Howard Greenfield / Jack Keller)
Sneakin' Up on You (Ted Daryl / Chip Taylor)

Capitol single #5469, 1965, cond. Sid Feller
The Shadow of Your Smile (Paul Francis Webster / Johnny Mandel)
Maybe This Summer (Martino / Brighetti / Altman / Stillman)

Capitol single #5488, 1965, cond. Sid Feller
Stop Living in the Past (Hawlett Smith)
I Go to Sleep (Ray Davies)

Capitol single #5521, 1965, cond. Sid Feller
Free Spirits (Norman Mapp)
Everybody Has the Right to Be Wrong (James VanHeusen / Sammy Cahn)

Capitol single #5557, 1965
Big Spender (Cy Coleman / Dorothy Fields) - cond. Dave Grusin
Trapped (In the Web of Love) (Jeanne Burns) - cond. Sid Feller

Guitars a la Lee
Capitol (2469), 1966, arr./cond. various
Nice -n- Easy (Spence / Keith / Bergman) / Strangers in the Night (Kaempfert / Singleton / Snyder) / Mohair Sam (Dallas Frazier) / Goodbye, My Love (Peggy Lee / Victor Young) / Think Beautiful (Jack Lawrence / Stan Freeman) / An Empty Glass (Manning / Branco / Bonfa) / Good Times (Hugo / Weiss) / Sweet Happy Life (Bonfa / Gimbel / Maria) / Touch the Earth (Jeri Southern / Gail Allen) / Beautiful, Beautiful World (Sheldon Harnick / Jerry Bock) / My Guitar (Fiorito / Varner / Gilbert) / Call Me (Tony Hatch)

Big Spender
Capitol (2475), 1966, arr./cond. various
Come Back to Me (Burton Lane / Alan Jay Lerner) / You've Got Possibilities (Charles Strouse / Lee Adams) / It's a Wonderful World (Savitt / Watson / Adamson) / I Only Miss Him When I Think of Him (James VanHeusen / Sammy Cahn) / Big Spender (Cy Coleman / Dorothy Fields) / I Must Know (Neal Hefti / Lil Mattis) / Alright, Okay, You Win (Sid Wyche / Mayme Watts) / Watch What Happens (Michel Legrand / Norman Gimble) / You Don't Know (Walter Spriggs) / Let's Fall in Love (Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler) / Gotta Travel On (Paul Clayton)

Capitol single #5605, 1966
You Don't Know (Walter Spriggs)
That Man (Peggy Lee / Bob Schluger)

Capitol single #5653, 1966, cond. Bill Holman
Come Back to Me (Burton Lane / Alan Jay Lerner)
You've Got Possibilities (Charles Strouse / Lee Adams)

Capitol single #5678, 1966, cond. Quincy Jones
Happy Feet (Peggy Lee / Quincy Jones)
Stay with Me (Peggy Lee / Quincy Jones)

Capitol single #5758, 1966
Walking Happy (James VanHeusen / Sammy Cahn) - cond. Dave Grusin
So What's New? (Peggy Lee / John Pisano) - cond. Bob Bain

Extra Special!
Capitol (2732), April 1967, arr./cond. various
Hey, Look Me Over (Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh) / When He Makes Magic (Jack Segal / Marvin Fisher) / Walking Happy (James VanHeusen / Sammy Cahn) / Oh! You Crazy Moon (James VanHeusen / Johnny Burke) / So What's New? (Peggy Lee / John Pisano) / Call Me Darling (Reisfeld / Fryberg / Marbot / Dick) / A Bucket of Tears (Winfield Scott / Dorothy Goodman) / The Shining Sea (Peggy Lee / Johnny Mandel) / A Doodlin' Song (Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh) / Amazing (Norman Gimbel / Emil Stern) / I'm Gonna Go Fishin' (Peggy Lee / Duke Ellington)

Somethin' Groovy
Capitol (2781), August 1967, cond. Ralph Carmichael
Somethin' Stupid (C. Carson Parks) / Makin' Whoopee (Walter Donaldson / Gus Kahn) / You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby (Harry Warren / Johnny Mercer) / I Can Hear the Music (Spence Maxwell / Gene DiNovi) / It Might As Well Be Spring (Richard Rodgers / Oscar Hammerstein) / Two for the Road (Henry Mancini / Leslie Bricusse) / Release Me (Eddie Miller / W.S. Stevenson) / Sing a Rainbow (Arthur Hamilton) / No Fool Like an Old Fool (Joseph McCarthy / Joseph Meyer) / Love Is Here to Stay (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin) / I'm Gonna Get It (Peggy Lee / George Romanis)

Capitol single #5988, 1967, cond. Ralph Carmichael
I Feel It (Ernie Sheldon / Frank Hamilton)
The Lonesome Road (Nat Shilkret / Gene Austin)

Two Shows Nightly
Capitol (105), 1968, arr./cond. unknown
Do I Hear a Waltz? (Richard Rodgers / Stephen Sondheim) / By the Time I Get to Phoenix (Jimmy Webb) / Reason to Believe (Tim Hardin) / Didn't Want to Have to Do It (John B. Sebastian) / My Personal Property (Cy Coleman / Dorothy Fields) / Hand on the Plow (Peggy Lee / Mundell Lowe) / Until It's Time for You to Go (Buffy St. Marie) / Something Stupid (C. Carson Parks) / What Is a Woman? (Harvey Schmidt / Tom Jones) / Alright, Okay, You Win (Wyche / Watts) / Here's to You (Peggy Lee / Richard Hazard) / Come Back to Me (Alan Jay Lerner / Burton Lane) (Note: Best of luck finding this album on vinyl; it was withdrawn within minutes of its initial release due to reasons which remain unclear. Fortunately, it is now available on CD; see the "Radio, TV and Concert Recordings" section of the CD discography.)

Capitol single #2171, 1968, cond. Shorty Rogers
Reason to Believe (Tim Hardin)
Didn't Want to Have to Do It (John B. Sebastian)

A Natural Woman
Capitol (183), May 1969, arr./cond. Mike Melvoin and Bobby Bryant
(All of a Sudden) My Heart Sings (Harold Rome)/ Don't Explain (Billie Holiday / Arthur Herzog Jr.) / Can I Change My Mind? (Barry Despenza / Carl Wolfolk) / Lean on Me (Peggy Lee / Mundell Lowe / Mike Melvoin) / (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay (Steve Cropper / Otis Redding) / (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (Jerry Goffin / Carole King / Herry Wexler) / Everyday People (Sylvester Stewart) / Please Send Me Someone to Love (Percy Mayfield) / Spinning Wheel (D.C. Thomas) / Living Is Dying Without You (Al Kasha / Joel Hirschhorn) / I Think It's Gonna Rain Today (Randy Newman)

Is That All There Is?
Capitol (386), November 1969, arr./cond. various
Is That All There Is? (Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller) / Love Story (Randy Newman) / Me and My Shadow (Billy Rose / Al Jolson / D. Dreyer) / My Old Flame (Arthur Johnston / Sam Coslow) / I'm a Woman (Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller) / Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show (Neil Diamond) / Something (George Harrison) / Whistle for Happiness (Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller) / Johnny (Linda) (Randy Newman) / Don't Smoke in Bed (Willard Robison)

Capitol single #2388, 1969, cond. Shorty Rogers
It'll Never Happen Again (Tim Hardin)
Misty Roses (Tim Hardin)

Capitol single #2477, 1969, cond. Mike Melvoin
Spinning Wheel (D.C. Thomas)
Lean On Me (Peggy Lee / Mundell Lowe / Mike Melvoin)

Capitol single #2602, 1969
Is That All There Is? (Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller) - cond. Randy Newman
Me and My Shadow (Billy Rose / Al Jolson / D. Dreyer) - cond. Mundell Lowe

Capitol single #2696, 1969
Something (George Harrison) - cond. Mike Melvoin
Whistle for Happiness (Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller) - cond. George Tipton

Bridge Over Troubled Water
Capitol (463), April 1970, arr./cond. Mike Melvoin
You'll Remember Me (S. Worth / A. Hamilton) / Bridge Over Troubled Water (Paul Simon) / The Thrill Is Gone (From Yesterday's Kiss) (A. Benson / D. Petite) / Something Strange (James Fagas) / Have You Seen My Baby? (Randy Newman) / He Used Me (M. Weatherly) / (There's) Always Something There to Remind Me (Burt Bacharach / Hal David) / I See Your Face Before Me (Arthur Schwartz / Howard Dietz) / Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head (Burt Bacharach / Hal David) / What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? (Michel Legrand / Marilyn Bergman / Alan Bergman)

Make It With You
Capitol (622), November 1970, arr./cond. Benny Golson
One More Ride on the Merry-Go-Round (Neil Sedaka / H. Greenfield) / The Long and Winding Road (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / That's What Living's About (Paul Anka) / The No-Color Time of Day (M. Schafer / B. Fried) / Let's Get Lost in Now (C.C. Courtney / P. Link) / Make It with You (David Gates) / Passenger of the Rain (Peggy Lee / Francis Lai) / I've Never Been So Happy in My Life (Lew Spence) / You'll Remember Me (S. Worth / A. Hamilton)/ Goodbye (Gordon Jenkins)

Capitol single #2721, 1970
Love Story (Randy Newman) - cond. Mundell Lowe
My Old Flame (Arthur Johnston / Sam Coslow) - cond. Bobby Bryant

Capitol single #2817, 1970, cond. Mike Melvoin
You'll Remember Me (S. Worth / A. Hamilton)
Have You Seen My Baby? (Randy Newman)

Capitol single #2910, 1970, cond. Benny Golson
One More Ride on the Merry-Go-Round (Neil Sedaka / H. Greenfield)
Pieces of Dreams (Michel Legrand / Marilyn Bergman / Alan Bergman)

Where Did They Go?
Capitol (810), July 1971, arr. Don Sebesky and Al Capps
Where Did They Go? (G. Sklerov. / H. Lloyd) / My Rock and Foundation (Burt Bacharach / Hal David) / Help Me Make It Through the Night (Kris Kristofferson) / All I Want (G. Shelley / S. Clayton) / I Don't Know How to Love Him (Andrew Lloyd Webber / Tim Rice) / Goodbye Again (D. Addrisi) / Sing (Joe Raposo) / I Was Born in Love with You (Michel Legrand / Marilyn Bergman / Alan Bergman) / Losing My Mind (Stephen Sondheim) / My Sweet Lord (George Harrison)

Capitol single #3113, 1971, cond. Don Sebesky
Where Did They Go? (G. Sklerov. / H. Lloyd)
All I Want (G. Shelley / S. Clayton)

Norma Deloris Egstrom from Jamestown, North Dakota
Capitol (11077), June 1972, arr./cond. Artie Butler
Love Song (Lesley Duncan) / Razor (Love Me As I Am) (Jack Schechtman) / When I Found You (Mike Randall) / A Song for You (Leon Russell) / It Takes Too Long to Learn to Live Alone (L. Carr / R. Allen) / Superstar (L. Russell / B. Bramlett) / Just for a Thrill (L. Armstrong / D. Raye) / Someone who Cares (Alex Harvey) / The More I See You (Harry Warren / Mack Gordon) / I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain / Irving Kahal)

Capitol single #3439, 1972, cond. Artie Butler
Love Song (Lesley Duncan)
Someone Who Cares (Alex Harvey)