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Peggy Lee - In The Name Of Love album flac

  • Performer: Peggy Lee
  • Album: In The Name Of Love
  • FLAC: 1403 mb | MP3: 1836 mb
  • Released: 1964
  • Country: US
  • Style: Smooth Jazz, Easy Listening
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 803
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Peggy Lee - In The Name Of Love album flac

Tracklist

A1 In The Name Of Love 2:03
A2 My Sin 2:17
A3 The Boy From Ipanema 2:21
A4 Shangri-La 2:30
A5 Talk To Me Baby 2:46
A6 There'll Be Some Changes Made 2:07
B1 After You've Gone 2:24
B2 The Right To Love (Reflections) 2:54
B3 Theme From "Joy House" (Just Call Me Love Bird) 2:09
B4 Senza Fine 2:28
B5 When In Rome (I Do As The Romans Do) 2:01

Credits

  • Directed By – Lou Levy

Notes

Label variation

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ST-2096 Peggy Lee In The Name Of Love ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records ST-2096 US 1964
T-2096, T 2096 Peggy Lee In The Name Of Love ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Capitol Records, Capitol Records T-2096, T 2096 US 1964
ST 2096 Peggy Lee In The Name Of Love ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records ST 2096 UK 1964
83 800 Peggy Lee In The Name Of Love ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records 83 800 Germany Unknown
T-2096, T 2096 Peggy Lee In The Name Of Love ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Capitol Records, Capitol Records T-2096, T 2096 Canada 1964

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1 Denotes non-Peggy Lee, non-album B-sides. Single (A-side, B-side) Both sides from same album except where indicated. - - In The Name Of Love. After You've Gone" b/w "Talk To Me Baby". - - - "You've Got To See Mamma Every Night" b/w "Black Coffee" (from Black Coffee With Peggy Lee). - - - Miss Wonderful. Pass Me By" b/w "That's What It Takes".

Norma Deloris Egstrom (May 26, 1920 – January 21, 2002), known professionally as Peggy Lee, was an American jazz and popular music singer, songwriter, composer, and actress, in a career spanning six decades. From her beginning as a vocalist on local radio to singing with Benny Goodman's big band, she forged a sophisticated persona, evolving into a multi-faceted artist and performer. During her career, she wrote music for films, acted, and recorded conceptual record albums that combined poetry and music.

What Is This Thing Called Love. Peggy Lee. The A-Z of Peggy Lee, Vol. 11. 01:40. 03. When The World Was Young. 03:15. 04. Where Can I Go Without You. 05. Who's Gonna Pay The Check? Peggy Lee. 02:48. 06. Why Don't You Do Right. 03:30. 03:01. 08. Wish You Were Here. 02:29. 09. You Go To My Head. The A-Z of Peggy.

Whether or not she’s taking into consideration the new rock revolution led by her new labelmates the Beatles, she often has her chartmakers come up with light jazz-rock backgrounds, starting with the title song

Peggy Lee's 1979 album Close Enough for Love is a disco-themed take on her classic themes of love and romance. You" is a light, mellow funk ballad, while the standard "Just One of Those Things" becomes a propulsive dance anthem. Peggy Lee's voice sounds a bit depressed on this album, indicating, perhaps, an unfamiliarity with the new musical trappings.

With vintage material you have to notice the source material because these artists have many radio transcriptions and live performance recordings of their hits which can be found on other CD's. The only title I find myself not liking so much was "Riders in the Sky"- not because Ms Lee doesn't do a fine job, but because I am an unabashed fan of the Sons of the Pioneers. So- I think you should get the CD, myself.

Peggy Lee was Born Norma Dolores Egstrom in Jamestown, North Dakota, on May 26, 1920. At age four her mother died. Peggy's father, a railroad station agent, remarried but later left home, leaving Peggy's care entrusted to a stepmother who physically abused her. Peggy later memorialized this in the calypso number "One Beating a Day", one of 22 songs she co-wrote for the autobiographical musical "Peg", in which she made her Broadway debut in 1983 at the age of 62. As a youngster Peggy worked as a milkmaid, later turning to singing for money in her teens. Her 1989 album, "Peggy Sings the Blues", was a Grammy Award nominee. Peggy was a prolific songwriter and arranger and her 1990 "The Peggy Lee Songbook" contained four songs she wrote with guitarist John Chiodini.