Peggy Lee. Real Name: Norma Deloris Egstrom.
This article presents the discography of the jazz singer Peggy Lee, covering her recording career from 1941 up to 1993. 1948 Rendezvous with Peggy Lee (set of 78s: 6 songs). 1952 Rendezvous with Peggy Lee (10-inch LP: 8 songs; 12-inch LP: 12 songs). 1953 Black Coffee (10-inch version). 1954 Songs in an Intimate Style. 1954 Selections from Irving Berlin's White Christmas (w/ Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye). 1955 Songs from Pete Kelly's Blues. 1956 Black Coffee (12-inch version).
Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Peggy Lee : Fever and Greatest Hits (2012).
Besides Peggy Lee, the only other female heard in the album is Anita O'Day, making an appearance in her capacity as Stan Kenton's canary. O'Day sings "Travelin' Man," a number that she had recorded on January 5, 1945 - that is to say, merely a few days after Lee recorded "Baby (Is What He Calls Me. Peggy Lee's "Baby" can be found in 78-rpm disc whose flip side features the aforementioned Rex Stewart performance.
Artist: Peggy Lee. Album: Greatest Hits. Peggy Lee – Tender Ballads (Remastered) (2018). Peggy Lee – All My Best, Pt. 4 (2018). 3 (2018).
05:05:02 Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) One of the finest female Jazz vocalists of all time, Peggy Lee had an extraordinary career that lasted from 1948-1993. She racked up an amazing number of chart hits on both sides of the atlantic and was awarded with no fewer than 12 Grammy awards. Featured here is a 110 track career retrospective, covering all her big hits and most loved songs.
Peggy Lee recorded the most famous version of this song. She was born Norma Deloris Egstrom on May 26, 1920 in Jamestown, North Dakota. Her break came when she was discovered by bandleader Benny Goodman. Lee was a Blues-influenced Jazz singer and also a songwriter, with such hits as the songs from Disney's Lady and the Tramp, in which she also sang and voiced a few characters. A triple-threat of her day, she was also an actress with a role in a remake of The Jazz Singer and was nominated for an Oscar for her role as an alcoholic Blues singer in Pete Kelly's Blues.
|A1||The Alley Cat Song||2:10|
|A2||I'll Only Miss Him||2:49|
|A4||The Shadow Of Your Smile||2:23|
|B1||A Lot Of Livin' To Do||2:34|
|B2||I'm A Woman||2:07|
|B4||Pass Me By||2:23|
|ST-2887, ST 2887||Peggy Lee||The Hits Of Peggy Lee (LP, Comp)||Capitol Records, Starline||ST-2887, ST 2887||US||1968|
|CSJ-701||Peggy Lee||The Hits Of Peggy Lee (LP, Comp, Unofficial, Red)||中聲||CSJ-701||Taiwan||1968|
|X 2887||Peggy Lee||The Hits Of Peggy Lee (Reel, 4tr Stereo, Comp)||Capitol Records, Starline||X 2887||US||1968|
|NKC 40041||Peggy Lee||The Hits Of Peggy Lee (LP, Comp)||Capitol Records||NKC 40041||New Zealand||1968|