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Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald - Pete Kelly's Blues flac album
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Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald - Pete Kelly's Blues flac album

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Pete Kelly's Blues
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1745 mb
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1182 mb
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4.6
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Tracklist

A1 Oh, Didn't He Ramble
A2 Sugar
A3 Somebody Loves Me
A4 I'm Gonna Meet My Sweetie Now
A5 I Never Knew
A6 Bye,Bye Blackbird
B1 What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry
B2 Hard Hearted Hannah
B3 Ella Hums The Blues
B4 He Needs Me
B5 Sing A Rainbow
B6 Pete Kelly's Blues

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MC 4210 2C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MC 4210 1C
  • Rights Society: N.C.B.
  • Rights Society: B.I.E.M

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DL 8166 Peggy Lee And Ella Fitzgerald Peggy Lee And Ella Fitzgerald - Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues ‎(LP, Album) Decca DL 8166 US 1955
AH 26 Peggy Lee And Ella Fitzgerald Peggy Lee And Ella Fitzgerald - Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues ‎(LP, Album) Ace Of Hearts AH 26 UK 1962
MVCJ-19197 Peggy Lee And Ella Fitzgerald Peggy Lee And Ella Fitzgerald - Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Decca MVCJ-19197 Japan 1999
DL 8166 Peggy Lee And Ella Fitzgerald Peggy Lee And Ella Fitzgerald - Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues ‎(LP, Album, 2nd) Decca DL 8166 US 1955
JASM 1024 Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald - Pete Kelly's Blues ‎(LP, Album, RE) Jasmine Records JASM 1024 UK Unknown

02 - Peggy Lee - Sugar (That Sugar Baby Of Mine). 10 - Peggy Lee - He Needs M. lac. 04 - Peggy Lee - I'm Gonna Meet My Sweetie No. 12 - Ella Fitzgerald - Pete Kelly's Blues. 07 - Peggy Lee - What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry. 01 - Peggy Lee - Oh Didn't He Ramble. Peggy Lee & Ella Fitzgerald - Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues.

Since Pete Kelly's Blues takes place during the 1920s, Harold Mooney's orchestrations combine elements of old-style Dixieland with a 1950s swing styl. This isn't the movie's official soundtrack (which comes with musical contributions from Ella Fitzgerald and a crack jazz ensemble, as well as many of the songs found here), but re-recordings of tunes that Lee performed in the movie. Since Pete Kelly's Blues takes place during the 1920s, Harold Mooney's orchestrations combine elements of old-style Dixieland with a 1950s swing style.

TITLE added to MP3 cart. Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues. Ella Fitzgerald and Peggy Lee. January 1, 1955. Exclusive Prime pricing.

Other albums by Ella Fitzgerald & Peggy Lee. The Essential Ella Fitzgerald Vol . Ella Fitzgerald & Peggy Lee 12/14/2010. 1 Oh, Didn't He Ramble Ella Fitzgerald & Peggy Lee 2:15. 2 Sugar (That Sugar Baby of Mine) Ella Fitzgerald & Peggy Lee 2:36. 3 Somebody Loves Me Ella Fitzgerald & Peggy Lee 3:27. 4 I'm Gonna Meet My Sweetie Now Ella Fitzgerald & Peggy Lee 2:15. 5 I Never Knew Ella Fitzgerald & Peggy Lee 2:59. 6 Bye Bye Blackbird Ella Fitzgerald & Peggy Lee 3:40. 7 What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry Ella Fitzgerald & Peggy Lee 2:10

Since Pete Kelly's Blues takes place during the 1920s, Harold Mooney's orchestrations combine elements of old-style Dixieland with a 1950s swing style. Lee is perfectly in sync with this approach, and sounds strong throughout, even on her appropriately freaky interpretation of "Sing a Rainbow," which her character performs from the confines of a mental institution after suffering a complete breakdown.