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Peggy Lee - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee flac album
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Peggy Lee - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee flac album

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Black Coffee With Peggy Lee
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Tracklist

A1 Black Coffee
A2 I've Got You Under My Skin
B1 Easy Living
B2 My Heart Belongs To Daddy
C1 A Woman Alone With The Blues
C2 I Didn't Know What Time It Was
D1 When The World Was Young
D2 Love Me Or Leave Me

Notes

This is a 2 EP 45 Set in a gatefold sleeve.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DL 8358 Peggy Lee Black Coffee ‎(LP, Mono, Promo) Decca DL 8358 US 1956
VIM-4501 Peggy Lee Black Coffee ‎(LP, Mono, RE) MCA Records VIM-4501 Japan 1980
MVCM-261 Peggy Lee Black Coffee ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE) Decca MVCM-261 Japan 1992
DL5482 Peggy Lee Black Coffee With Peggy Lee ‎(10", Mono) Decca DL5482 US 1953
25P2-2829 Peggy Lee Black Coffee ‎(CD, Album, RE) Warner-Pioneer Corporation 25P2-2829 Japan 1989


Black Coffee is the first album by Peggy Lee. It was released in the ten-inch format in 1953 by Decca. In 1956, at the request of the record label, Lee recorded four more songs for a reissue of the album in the twelve-inch LP format. com erroneously states that the 1953 issue was an album of four 78 RPM records

More albums from Peggy Lee: I Like Men by Peggy Lee. Latin Ala Lee! by Peggy Lee. Jump For Joy by Peggy Lee. The Fabulous Peggy Lee by Peggy Lee. Benny Goodman And Peggy Lee by Peggy Lee. Beauty And The Beat! by Peggy Lee. I’m A Woman by Peggy Lee. My Best To You – Peggy Lee Sings by Peggy Lee. View all albums . Black Coffee. 2. I’ve Got You Under My Skin.

ee, Baby Ain't I Good to You. 've Got You Under My Skin. 1. Didn't Know What Time It Was. h, the Apple Trees When the World Was Young. Album list Peggy Lee. At Last: The Lost Radio Recordings. Then Was Then Now Is Now Bridge Over Troubled Water. The Man I Love, If You Go. The Best Of Miss Peggy Lee. Sugar 'N' Spice. Rare Gems And Hidden Treasures. Ole Ala Lee. Now That's What I Call Christmas . .

Artist: Peggy Lee Album: Black Coffee with Peggy Lee Genre: Vocal Jazz Label: Decca Jazz/MCA Records/Universal Victor, Inc. Released: 1999 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Black Coffee (Webster-Burke) - 3:11. I've Got You Under My Skin (Porter) - 2:33. Easy Living (Robin-Rainger) - 2:48. My Heart Belongs to Daddy (Porter) - 2:10. It Ain't Necessarily So (Gershwin-Gershwin) - 3:26. Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good to You (Redman-Razaf) - 3:26. A Woman Alone with the Blues (Robinson) - 3:18. I Didn't Know What Time It Was (Rodgers-Hart) - 2:21.

вJukebox Cafe Peggy Lee в09. When The World Was Young (from Black Coffee album. 1956, Decca Records) 320Kbps 03:16. Peggy Lee A Woman Alone With The Blues (from Black Coffee album. 1956, Decca Records) 320Kbps 03:12. Jukebox Cafe Peggy Lee 12. There s A Small Hotel (from Black Coffee album. 1956, Decca Records) 320Kbps 02:47. Jukebox Cafe Peggy Lee 08. I Didn t Know What Time It Was (from Black Coffee album. 1956, Decca Records) 320Kbps 02:16.

This attractive two-CD set is an anthology of Peggy Lee's 1952-1956 period with Decca. Much of the music is outside of jazz and more in the genre of period pop and novelties but Lee sounds cheerful about the whole thing and swings lightly throughout. Some of the later material does give her a chance to show off her jazz chops and among the highlights are "Lover," a duet with Bing Crosby ("Watermelon Weather") and the hit title cut but jazz listeners will want to be selective.

PEGGY LEE. LYRICS: I'm feelin' mighty lonesome Haven't slept a wink I walk the floor from nine to four In between I drink Black coffee Love's a hand-me-down brew I'll never know a Sunday In this weekday room.