Peggy Lee - Fever, The Music Of Peggy Lee album FLAC
Peggy Lee. Es ist bisher noch niemandem gelungen, an Peggy Lee vorbeizukommen
Peggy was a singer in The Benny Goodman Orchestra before going solo. You may also know her as the voice of the Siamese Cats in Disneys 'Lady and The Tramp. Mad Hot Ballroom (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
Lee's version contained rewritten lyrics different from the original and an altered music arrangement. It became a top-five hit on the music charts in the UK and Australia in addition to entering the top ten in the US and the Netherlands. Fever: The Life and Music of Miss Peggy Lee. Macmillan. p. 318. ISBN 978-1-466-81880-4.
Peggy Lee recorded the most famous version of this song. She was born Norma Deloris Egstrom on May 26, 1920 in Jamestown, North Dakota. Her break came when she was discovered by bandleader Benny Goodman. Lee was a Blues-influenced Jazz singer and also a songwriter, with such hits as the songs from Disney's Lady and the Tramp, in which she also sang and voiced a few characters.
Fever: The Music of Peggy Lee. 2004.
Peggy Lee with Benny Goodman and His Sextet, Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour and His Orchestra, Peggy Lee with Benny Goodman And His Orchestra, Peggy Lee with The Four Of A Kind, Peggy Lee with Frank DeVol and His Orchestra, Peggy Lee & Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, Benny Goodman and His Sextet, Frank Devol And His Orchestra, Dave Barbour And His Orchestra. Peggy Lee. 2018 The Jazz Classics Music.
Album · 2011 · 35 Songs. Peggy Lee - Fever Peggy Lee. Alternative. Listen on Apple Music.
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Fever Sheet Music by Peggy Lee, Fever is a song written by Eddie Cooley and Otis Blackwell, who used the pseudonym John Davenport. It was originally recorded by American R&B singer Little Willie John in 1956 and released as a single in April of the same year. Fever Sheet Music Peggy Lee Fever Piano Sheet Music Free pdf Download.
Why Peggy Lee’s ‘Fever’ Still Smoulders. Heating up the summer of 1958, Peggy Lee’s cover of ‘Fever’ not only breathed new life into the R&B classic, but revitalised her career. While Lee remained a favourite singer among jazz fans, her swing-era pop vocals had begun to lose relevance among younger audiences.
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|1||Why Don't You Do Right?|
|2||It's A Good Day|
|4||I Don't Know Enough About You|
|6||A Fine Romance|
|7||Pete Kelly's Blues|
|8||He's A Tramp|
|9||See See Rider|
|10||I Love Being Here With You
Vocals – Judy Garland
|11||I'm Gonna Go Fishin'|
|13||I'm A Woman|
|15||The Shining Sea|
|16||A Doodlin' Song
Vocals – Bing Crosby
|17||St Louis Blues
Vocals – Andy Williams
|18||Is That All There Is?|
|19||Wind Beneath My Wings|
|20||Here's To You|
|21||You Was Right, Baby|
|22||What More Can A Woman Do?|
|23||I Only Have Eyes For You|
|25||Shampoo Television Commercial|
|26||"What's My Line" ( Mystery Guest Segment)|
|27||Chat From "The Judy Garland Show"|
|28||Paul McCartney Greeting|
|29||Nancy Sinatra Tribute|
|30||"Person To Person" Television Show Interview|
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Art Direction – Den 45 @ EMI, Diana Barnes
- Cover [Cover Photo] – The Capitol Records Archive
- Editor – Laura Young
- Executive Producer – JoAnn Young
- Producer – Jim Pierson
- Vocals – Peggy Lee
NotesColor/Black & White
This compilation c)2004 Young Productions Inc & The Peggy Lee Music & Media Trust.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 2435-99365-9 8
|7243-5-99432-9-9||Peggy Lee||Fever, The Music Of Peggy Lee (DVD-V, PAL)||Capitol Records||7243-5-99432-9-9||Europe||2004|