Peggy Lee

I’m a Woman / Norma Deloris Egstrom from Jamestown, North Dakota

Release date: October 11, 2004

womannorma CD artwork © 2004 EMI UK

Released in early 1963, I’m a Woman was one of Peggy’s best-selling albums of the 1960s, spending 26 weeks on Billboard’s charts. Its title song by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, released as a single prior to the album’s release, earned Peggy her eighth Grammy nomination. Her 1972 releaseNorma Deloris Egstrom from Jamestown, North Dakota proved to be Peggy’s final album for Capitol Records. The CD’s producers let us know that while it is rare for EMI UK to include bonus tracks on its 2-on-1 releases, it did so for the song “It Changes” due to the unique circumstances. The track was recorded for the Norma album but deleted from the vinyl issue. EMI felt it was a significant recording and belonged here.


1. The Alley Cat Song
2. Mama’s Gone, Goodbye
3. I’m Walkin’
4. Come Rain or Come Shine
5. There Ain’t No Sweet Man That’s Worth the Salt of My Tears
6. I’m a Woman
7. Mack the Knife
8. You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Loves You
9. I’ll Get By
10. I Left My Heart in San Francisco
11. A Taste of Honey
12. One Note Samba
13. Love Song
14. Razor (Love Me as I Am)
15. When I Found You
16. A Song for You
17. It Changes (previously unreleased bonus track)
18. It Takes Too Long to Learn to Live Alone
19. Superstar
20. Just for a Thrill
21. Someone Who Cares
22. The More I See You
23. I’ll Be Seeing You


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