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  1. All Aglow Again is a recent CD release of the Peggy Lee record album of the same name--with a whopping six extra tracks! The CD still runs a tad short but it's all very good. Peggy sounds wonderful as always. The quality of the sound is excellent and the artwork mirrors the artwork on the original record album jacket.
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  3. Hit versions were recorded by Peggy Lee and Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme. The Lawrence-Gorme version, released as a single, made the Cash Box Christmas singles chart in "Happy Holiday/The Holiday Season" Andy Williams: Medley arrangement of the songs "Happy Holiday" and "The Holiday Season" (the latter written by Kay Thompson in ).
  4. Jan 06,  · Audio: FLAC 16 bit / kHz (Tracks) Performer: Peggy Lee Title: The Singles Collection Published: Genre: Vocal Jazz, Pop RAR Size: Gb Tracklist: Disc 1 Peggy Lee & The Benny Goodman Orchestra – Let's Do It () Peggy Lee & The Benny Goodman Orchestra – Somebody Nobody Loves ().
  5. Even on 4 CD’s, it is not possible to include all Peggy’s singles, but it is clear that a serious effort has been made to include singles which had not been previously available on CD – there are almost fifty of them, plus one song, Moments like this, which was going to be a single but was never released.5/5(3).
  6. A groovy collection of singles from Peggy Lee – all material from her early return to Capitol Records after a mids stint at Decca – brought together in a full length album from ! The work here already shows a great change in Peggy's style – that tightening up and hipping up she did famously at Capitol during the 60s – reinventing her older .
  7. Tracklist with lyrics of the album SINGLES COLLECTION [] of Peggy Lee: Let's Do It - Somebody Nobody Loves - Why Don't You Do Right - On The Atchison.
  8. Oct 28,  · This four-CD collection features recordings made between and More than 40 tracks appear on CD for the first time. One track (“Moments Like This”) is previously unreleased. Five bonus tracks feature studio talk.
  9. Louisville Lou (That Vampin' Lady) is the title of a popular song by American composer Milton Ager with lyrics by Jack kottdcomolpotkabulksanctymudedesmoi.coinfon in , it is an example of the Tin Pan Alley "vamp" style of music.. Also known and listed with ASCAP under the titles of "Stay Away From Louisville Lou" or simply "Louisville Lou", the song tells in lighthearted fashion the tale of the "scandalous .

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