Peggy Lee

Original Albums on Other Labels

This page features Peggy Lee’s MP3 catalog. Her current CD and DVD catalog is available here.















Original Albums on Decca Records

Black Coffee
1953 (expanded version, 1956)
One of Peggy’s most highly praised albums. Includes It Ain’t Necessarily So, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, When the World Was Young, My Heart Belongs to Daddy and the torchy title song.
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Songs from Pete Kelly’s Blues
Peggy and Ella Fitzgerald perform songs from the Warner Bros. film, for which Peggy received an Academy Award nomination as best supporting actress. Peggy’s numbers include Bye Bye Blackbird, Sugar, Somebody Loves Me and Sing a Rainbow.
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Miss Wonderful
Sy Oliver’s arrangements add brass and sass to such songs as They Can’t Take That Away from Me, the chart hit Mr. Wonderful, and two of Peggy’s own compositions with Dave Barbour: I Don’t Know Enough About You and Take a Little Time to Smile.
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Dream Street
This sophisticated collection of late-night ballads includes I’ve Grown Accustomed to His Face, What’s New, My Old Flame and It’s All Right with Me.
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1964 (recorded in 1952)
Gordon Jenkins arranged and conducted this diverse song collection, including four chart hits: Be Anything (But Be Mine), Just One of Those Things, River River and Peggy’s smash hit Lover.
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Original Albums on Other Labels

Let’s Love
Paul McCartney wrote and produced the album’s title track; also featuring Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight, You Make Me Feel Brand New and Irving Berlin’s Always.
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Peggy sings eleven songs by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller in this “intelligent, evocative, understated and mature” album (All Music Guide). Includes the sultry Some Cats Know.
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Peggy Lee Sings Leiber & Stoller
The complete Mirrors album plus five other songs by the celebrated team of Leiber and Stoller, including the previously unreleased Don Juan and I Ain’t Here.
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Close Enough for Love
Tracks include Through the Eyes of Love, Come in from the Rain, In the Days of Our Love (written by Marian McPartland and Peggy) and a new version of Just One of Those Things.
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Peggy Sings the Blues
This Grammy nominee for best female jazz vocal performance includes Basin Street Blues, Fine and Mellow, Baby Won’t You Please Come Home, T’ain’t Nobody’s Business and God Bless the Child.
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The Peggy Lee Songbook: There’ll Be Another Spring
Another Grammy nominee for best female jazz vocal performance, this collection of songs co-written by Peggy features new versions of He’s a Tramp, Where Can I Go Without You, Fever and Johnny Guitar.
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Love Held Lightly: Rare Songs by Harold Arlen
1993 (recorded in 1988)
Peggy was the first singer to record eight of the 14 Harold Arlen songs in this collection. Songs include My Shining Hour, Buds Won’t Bud and Happy with the Blues, the latter written by Arlen and Lee.
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Moments Like This
This album includes Peggy’s final recordings of some hits (Why Don’t You Do Right, I Don’t Know Enough About You, Mañana) plus the Gershwins’ Love Is Here to Stay and S’Wonderful.
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