Peggy Lee

Rendezvous with Peggy Lee

Vocalion, England, #CDUS 3008
Released September, 2000


26 Capitol recordings, 1946-1949. Rendezvous with Peggy Lee is Peggy Lee’s debut solo album released by Capitol Records in 1948 on three 78-rpm shallac records. Backed by husband Dave Barbour and his orchestra, the original record featured five jazz standards and one original composition, “Don’t Smoke In Bed,” which itself later became a standard. The original tune was co-penned by Lee, Barbour, and Willard Robison, but was credited only to Robison after he fell seriously ill. The album was a hit, reaching number two on the Billboard Best-Selling Record Albums chart.


I Can’t Give You Anything But Love

Why Don’t You Do Right?

Stormy Weather

Them There Eyes

Deed I Do

Don’t Smoke in Bed

There’ll Be Some Changes Made

A Nightingale Can Sing the Blues

Everything’s Moving Too Fast

It’s Lovin’ Time

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

Linger in My Arms a Little Longer, Baby

Laroo, Laroo, Lili Bolero

Aren’t You Kind of Glad We Did? Caramba! It’s the Samba

Bubble-Loo, Bubble-Loo

It’s All Over Now

Please Love Me Tonight

Riders in the Sky

Love, Your Magic Spell Is Everywhere

She Didn’t Say Yes

I’ll Dance at Your Wedding

Golden Earrings

Everybody Loves Somebody

It Takes a Long, Long Train with a Red Caboose

Just an Old Love of Mine