Peggy Lee

The Best of The Singles Collection (US version)

KCRW, Southern California’s NPR flagship station, chooses The Best of The Singles Collection as one of its DJ Picks for both September and October

Capitol, US (72435-82680-2-7)
Released June 10, 2003

Capitol Records presents highlights from the Grammy-nominated, four-CD anthology The Singles Collection, which was released in late 2002. (For details on the four-disc set, click here.) The Best of The Singles Collection features both well-known hits and long-unavailable treasures spanning 25 years, from 1944’s “You Was Right, Baby” (one of the earliest Peggy Lee/Dave Barbour compositions) to Peggy’s Grammy-winning signature song “Is That All There Is?” and her striking cover of George Harrison’s “Something,” both from 1969. “Something” was remixed especially for this release and sounds better than ever. The Best of The Singles Collection also contains the first release of Gabin’s remix of “Fever,” which was commissioned by EMI for this album.


1. You Was Right, Baby

2. It’s a Good Day

3. Birmingham Jail

4. Don’t Smoke in Bed

5. If You Could See Me Now

6. At the Cafe Rendezvous

7. Once Around the Moon

8. Life Is So Peculiar

9. Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!

10. Fever

11. I’m Looking Out the Window

12. I’m Gonna Go Fishin’

13. My Gentle Young Johnny

14. The Folks Who Live On the Hill

15. I Love Being Here with You

16. Moments Like This

17. Senza Fine

18. Come Back to Me

19. Something

20. Is That All There Is?

21. Let’s Call It a Day22. Fever (Gabin remix – radio edit)