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Where Can I Go Without You? - Peggy Lee - Peggy Lee (CD)

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  1. "peggy lee where can i go without you" "where can i go without you peggy lee" "where can i go without you" "peggy lee" "nina simone where can i go without you" "where.
  2. – Peggy Lee With John Scott Trotter's Orchestra* A Wonderful Guy: – Peggy Lee With John Scott Trotter's Orchestra* You Go To My Head: – Peggy Lee With Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires* With John Scott Trotter's Orchestra* Just One Of Those Things: – Peggy Lee With John Scott Trotter's Orchestra* Trouble Is A Man.
  3. Merry Christmas Peggy fans, I'm listening to Peggy's Mink Jazz CD - the one with the previously unreleased tracks. This has to be one of her best. I like her recording of Where Can I Go Without You on this release better than the Decca one. My Silent Love, Days Of Wine And Roses, Clo.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Box CD release of Miss Peggy Lee on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - 7 2 8 • Format: 4x, CD Compilation, Remastered Box • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Blues, Pop • Style: Big Band, Ballad, Easy Listening.
  5. Peggy Lee has always been my favourite jazz singer, I love her silky, sultry voice. My favourite album of Peggy Lee is her "Latin Ah-La Lee" which really brings out her style and voice quality on the latin songs. This CD album of the ever popular songs like The Lady is a Tramp, Days of Wine and Roses and many more is really a pleasure to listen to/5(21).
  6. I Can't Resist You: Basin Street East Proudly Presents Miss Peggy Lee - Day In, Day Out: Moments Like This: Fever: The Second Time Around: Medley - One Kiss / My Romance / The Vagabond / King Waltz: I Got A Man: Peggy Lee Bow Music: I Love Being Here.
  7. Go Search Hello Select your address Discover Vogue x 74 Greatest Hits of Peggy Lee (3 CD Boxset) by Peggy Lee. out of 5 stars 1. Audio CD $ $ A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee. by Stacy Sullivan | out of 5 stars 6. Audio CD.
  8. Nov 05,  · Here is a radio remote from the great Peggy Lee (). Peggy sang on the radio with the band of Les Brown () in
  9. Don't be surprised if you reach for the play button on your CD player to hear this all over again after this last number--Peggy aced these two record albums and the CD proves every bit of it! This is an awesome two-fer CD for Peggy Lee fans; and people who enjoy classic pop vocals will definitely want to check out this album as well/5(10).

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