The Best Of Miss Peggy Lee

September 20, 2019 - Comment

Best of compilation featuring hit songs ‘Fever’, ‘Big Spender’, ‘Pass Me By’ and many more. Product Features Peggy Lee- The Best Of Miss Peggy Lee

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Best of compilation featuring hit songs ‘Fever’, ‘Big Spender’, ‘Pass Me By’ and many more.

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Anonymous says:

The Best Peggy Lee Capitol CD. Most Americans got their first glimpse of Peggy Lee in late 1943 when she appeared with Benny Goodman’s Band unbilled, glowing in a white beaded dress and upswept hair, singing the bluesy Why Don’t You Do Right a #4 hit from earlier that year (credited only to the Benny Goodman Band). That was near the end of her time with Goodman. Within two years her Waitin’ For the Train to Come In (bringing the troops back home in ’45) would hit #4 as her first of many solo hits at Capitol Records. This…

Anonymous says:

WOW!!!!!!!!! Peggy Lee at her BEST!!!!!!!!!!! This is the best “I feel” Peggy Lee produced, beginning in July 30, 1945 & winding up in January 29, 1969. This CD includes one of her Trademark Cuts of Fever, which was released on May 19, 1958, in recording that song they used only a Bass Fiddle, a pair of Bongo Drums, and Peggy’s finger snaps, in my own personal musical taste for a 9 year old boy “at the time” it was the sexiest thing ever played on the radio, and now at the age of “almost 68” I haven’t changed my…

Anonymous says:

Subjective list of ‘best of’ from Capitol I am not going to presume to claim that these are the absolute best from Lee’s Capitol years, but I think we can all agree that the selection is pretty solid. The sixteen tracks on this album are from a much more extensive compilation titled .Listen to the sound samples on the MP3 version’s page at to get a feel…

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