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The Man I Love / If You Go Import

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Brani


1.The Man I Love
2.Please Be Kind
3.Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe
4.Just One Way To Say I Love You
5.That's All
6.Something Wonderful
7.He's My Guy
8.Then I'll Be Tired Of You
9.My Heart Stood Still
10.If I Should Lose You
11.There Is No Greater Love
12.The Folks Who Live On The Hill
13.As Time Goes By
14.If You Go
15.Oh Love Hast Thon Forsaken Me
16.Say It Isn't So
17.I Wish I Didn't Love You So
18.Maybe It's Because (I Love You Too Much)
19.I'm Gonna Laugh You Out Of My Life
20.I Get Along Without You Very Well
21.(I Love Your) Gypsy Heart
22.When I Was A Child
23.Here's That Rainy Day
24.Smile

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5.0 su 5 stelle A Classic 50's Jazz singer that's a must if you want to start a complete Jazz collection 9 dicembre 2009
Di Gary J. Chenett - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Peggy Lee, is Hot.......and Sexy..and a Lady
I think she was born singing. She is not not only a incredible great Hot jazz singer but her voice is just incredibly sexy.
She is one fine bundle of a Lady top to bottom,
I have many of her CD's just like I do Julie London's.

These are two of the women in America who set the standard and bar for what constitutes a Jazz Singer, not a club singer but a real Jazz singer.
She is as instrumental in Jazz being accepted as Billie Holiday is in Blues.
If you have not heard her, ,,
Well You are fired, go to your room and stay there until one of her CD's arrives.
When you come out after listening to her you will be getting what I am telling you.
This is another classic artist who was there when the standards for excellent Jazz singers was established.
I could not do with her , Julie London , Eartha Kit, Carmen McRae and of course Nina Simone.
There are more but this group comes to mind now.
It's like buying a fine dinner in a fine restaurant with fine entertainment when you have the opportunity to spend time with one of these ladies.
5.0 su 5 stelle One of the Great Ladies of Song! 21 febbraio 2014
Di Bara Haynes - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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If you like Peggy Lee or that area of music, you should love this CD...takes one back to the early 70's, late 60's. It's a wonderful CD to remember those golden days when sexy, slow songs were in....
4.0 su 5 stelle Two for the Price of One 11 marzo 2013
Di Michelle Russell - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Although these are two excellent albums, one conducted by Frank Sinatra, they did not thrill me in the way the live performance did, but they do contain some fine recordings. I am middling about this one, but others may love it. It has good mood music.
5.0 su 5 stelle Peggy Lee Album "The Man I love" 12 luglio 2010
Di Jay Smith - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Lee's rendition of "The Folks Who Live On The Hill" is achingly beautiful. The album was conceived and produced by Frank Sinatra, who also conducted the orchestra. Orchestrations are by the great Nelson Riddle.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Pure Protein: No More Perfect Singer 28 gennaio 2009
Di Samuel C. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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It may not exactly be ominous, but it's far from encouraging to see that this "two-fer" of blue ribbon Peggy Lee LPs is not only an import but ranks no higher than #26 in sales among the Peggy Lee recordings currently on Amazon. Granted, there are a few worthy items ahead of it, but for the most part, your choices among the 25 posted in front of this double-album come down to just two: a "Best of" collection of Peggy's "hit" singles, which are primarily pop ephemera made for Capitol; and, "Black Coffee," her undeniably satisfying if not indispensable jazz session with a quartet led by pianist Jimmy Rowles and trumpeter Pete Candoli. But to the extent people are still buying Peggy Lee, it comes down to "Manana," "Fever," "Big Spender," "Is That All There Is?," "Alley Cat Song," "I'm a Woman," etc.--palatable tunes, certainly, but so narrow and limiting that, far from a good representation, they frankly do a disservice to Peggy Lee, the artist. (Duke Ellington suffers a similar fate, his compositional genius and even band ignored in favor of his pop tunes and a "quickie" date with John Coltrane.)

Appreciating Peggy Lee's place among the giants (Peter Richmond, in his recent biography, calls her the greatest female jazz/pop singer of the 20th century) requires attending to her interpretations of the classic and timeless repertory that she laid down on LPs for both Decca and Capitol. These two Capitol albums--the first with orchestrations tended to by Nelson Riddle and Frank Sinatra; the second, with Quincy Jones responsible for the settings--represent a good start on a project of collecting that, providing the recording companies cooperate, will require a few years to complete. But the reward is considerable. There are few, if any other, singers one can listen to for four or more hours without the least bit of "listener fatigue."

None of the giants among American singers is as "economical" as Peggy. Pick out a standard that's been done by several or more vocalists and just compare. Peggy's is bound to be the briefest, yet there's never a sense of incompleteness, of anything missed or left undone. She gets the story told without an extra chorus of Gordon Jenkins' strings or needless reprises of the same lyric. And she's not afraid of fast tempos (her mental drummer is closer to Art Blakey than to Sinatra's "in the pocket" Basie-style time-keeper). And apparently she had no use for the "3-minute rule" of most commercial recordings: if the final result is less than 2 minutes, so be it. No fat or meat-extenders, just the protein.

In collecting Lee, it's good to remember that the intimate, "breathy" Lee sound required focus, strength and control. The sound is practically unfailingly perfect from 1950-1970, after which Peggy doesn't have the breath support and physical reserves to sustain it consistently (though some of her recordings from the 1980s still pay dividends despite the undeniably tired sound of the voice and the critical sniping). And despite the presence of Quincy Jones on the second half of this double feature, this package does not include what for some of us is Peggy's single most beautiful recording, a song written by Peggy with Johnny Mandel and said to be inspired by Q: "The Shining Sea" (it's well worth the research required to hunt it down. Last I saw, it was on the oop album, "Blues Cross Country").

[Good heavens--now I see this one is no longer available. Don't count on finding these songs in any of those "Best of... " anthologies. Maybe we're doomed as a civilization, after all.]


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