Peggy Lee


Is That All There Is?

LISTEN As part of its 75th birthday celebration, Capitol Records reissues a vinyl version of Peggy Lee’s 1969 album Is That All There Is?, featuring an unforgettable title song by the legendary team of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, arranged and conducted by Randy Newman. Peggy’s popularity never particularly waned[…]

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Peggy Lee Live in London

Universal Music Release date: December 4, 2015 LISTEN Universal Music presents Peggy Lee Live in London, a three-CD set containing Peggy’s complete recordings from 1977, including the original Polydor albums Peggy and Live in London, another complete concert recording, rehearsal outtakes, plus a bonus DVD featuring the 1981 BBC television[…]

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Miss Peggy Lee Sings the Songs of Cy Coleman

Expanded Edition Digitally Released 2018 (Capitol Records) LISTEN In 1979, seven years after Peggy’s longtime affiliation with Capitol Records ended, the label released a ten-song compilation of songs by Broadway composer Cy Coleman (1929-2004) that she recorded in the early and mid-1960s, all previously released on albums and, in some[…]

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A Natural Woman

Original Album Released in 1969 (Capitol Records) LISTEN Peggy sings contemporary hits like “Spinning Wheel,” “Everyday People,” “Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay” and the title song. Track Listing 1. (All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings 2. Don’t Explain 3. Can I Channge My Mind 4. Lean On[…]

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all aglow again peggy lee album

All Aglow Again!

Collectors’ Choice Music, US (WWCCM09212) Original release date: March, 2008 Wide release date: May 27, 2008 LISTEN Collectors’ Choice Music, in association with EMI Music Special Markets, presents Peggy’s much-admired 1960 compilation album All Aglow Again! on CD in its entirety for the first time, with six complementary bonus tracks. Although Capitol[…]

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At Last: The Lost Radio Recordings

Real Gone Music Release date: March 10, 2015 LISTEN / BUY Produced by Real Gone Music in collaboration with the Peggy Lee estate, At Last: The Lost Radio Recordings presents 44 solo performances from Peggy’s own radio series, nearly all of them unavailable since they originally aired in the early[…]

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