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Should still shine under a light, but one or two marks may show up when tilted.
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A groovy collection of singles from Peggy Lee – all material from her early return to Capitol Records after a mid-50s stint at Decca – brought together in a full length album from 1960! The work here already shows a great change in Peggy's style – that tightening up and hipping ... LP, Vinyl record album
Includes both early Capitol material from the late 40s, and late 50s tracks from Peggy Lee's return to the label – with titles tha tinclude "Manana", "My Man", "Fever", "Golden Earrings", "Don't Smoke In Bed", and "While We're Young". LP, Vinyl record album
One of Peggy Lee's jazziest albums, thanks to some pretty darn smart arrangements by a young Quincy Jones! Quincy takes Peggy's great vocal style and gives it a nice extra umph, in the way that he did on similar vocal sessions from the same time (like Sinatra's famous "Fly Me to the Moon" ... LP, Vinyl record album
Peggy Lee's at Basin Street, but the set's an upbeat, swinging date that's right up there with her studio work for Capitol in the 60s! The album's billed as an "after hours" performance – and it's definitely got the relaxed feel to live up to that promise – a feel that's more ... LP, Vinyl record album
Peggy's sweet as sugar, but working here with a heck of a lot of spice – thanks to arranger Benny Carter, who brings in a wonderfully jazzy feel to the set! The album's one of Peggy's best from her comeback years at Capitol – and a prime example of the syncopated, slinking mode of ... LP, Vinyl record album
An incredible album from Peggy Lee – baroquely beautiful, in a way that builds massively off of her "Is That All There Is Period" – and take her into territory that's almost equal to Lotte Lenya! The whole album was written by the team of Lieber & Stoller, in a sad, boozy ... LP, Vinyl record album
A late treasure from June's years at Capitol – an album that ably earns its "intimate" tag, by featuring June with almost no musical backings at all! Instrumentation on the set is provided only by Don Bagley on bass, Al Viola on guitar, and some occasional flute work by Bud Legge ... LP, Vinyl record album
The last Capitol album from vocalist Sue Raney – and easily the most compelling of the bunch! Sue's in really great form here – shaking off some of the cooler west coast modes of earlier records, and going for a more lively, more fluid style that's sometimes touched with the R&B ... LP, Vinyl record album