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).
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Peggy Lee. Sings the Blues. By 1988, 68-year-old Peggy Lee did not have much of a voice left. Although she was still determined, physical problems had weakened her, and despite Gene Lees' absurd raving in the liner notes ("Her work has never flagged, the quality of it has never faltered"), this set finds her way past her prime.
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This is the best Peggy Lee album I've heard since 1969's "Is That All There Is?" What Peggy is lacking in power and projection, she makes up for in interpretation and phrasing, not to mention dead-on pitch (including the intentional quarter tones). PEGGY SINGS THE BLUES is patently the best of the four final albums. Peggy Lee is in better voice, though frail and minimized, than on the other three albums and sounds far happier singing these blues, the deep blues groove befitting her reflective and autumnal mature-hipster credentials.
The Best Of Miss Peggy Lee '1998. My Greatest Songs '1998. Miss Peggy Lee '1998.