Peggy Lee


Things Are Swingin’

Blue Note/Capitol Jazz, US (7-2435-97071-2-9) Released April 20, 2004 LISTEN For the first time on CD in stereo, Capitol Jazz presents Peggy’s 1958 album Things Are Swingin’. Featuring songs by Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Arthur Schwartz, Harry Warren, Jule Styne, and two by Peggy herself: “It’s a Good, Good Night”[…]

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Two Shows Nightly

Collectors’ Choice Music, US (WWCCM20702) Original release: December, 2009 Wide release: January 26, 2010 LISTEN Collectors’ Choice and EMI Music Special Markets present Two Shows Nightly, the rarest and most sought-after Peggy Lee album, finally making its first authorized appearance on CD… with twelve bonus tracks. During Peggy’s second affiliation with[…]

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Where Did They Go?

Original Album Released in 1971 (Capitol Records) LISTEN Includes “Losing My Mind,” “I Don’t Know How to Love Him,” “Help Me Make It Through the Night” and “My Sweet Lord.” Track Listing 1. Where Did They Go? 2. My Rock And Foundation 3. Help Me Make It Through The Night[…]

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Selections from White Christmas

Original Album Released in 1954 (Decca Records) Featuring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Peggy Lee with Trudy Stevens and Joseph J. Lilley and his Orchestra and Chorus LISTEN Selections from Irving Berlin’s White Christmas includes songs from the 1954 movie, White Christmas. It was not possible to issue an original soundtrack[…]

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