Jump for Joy is an album by jazz singer Peggy Lee that was released in 1958 and arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle. Jump for Joy" (Duke Ellington, Sid Kuller, Paul Francis Webster) - 2:07. Back in Your Own Backyard" (Dave Dreyer, Al Jolson, Billy Rose) - 2:26. When My Sugar Walks Down the Street" (Gene Austin, Jimmy McHugh, Irving Mills) - 1:58. I Hear Music" (Burton Lane, Frank Loesser) - 2:07. Just in Time" (Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Jule Styne) - 2:50.
Peggy Lee. 2019 Analog Source Remaster 2019. It's All Right With Me. Peggy Lee. 2019. Let's Do It. Lady Sings The Blues, Vol. 2. 2019 Remastered. YOU! Peggy Lee. Songs From "Pete Kelly's Blues" (OST). Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen. When a Woman Loves a Man. 2018. When My Sugar Walks Down the Street. You're Getting to Be a Habit With Me.
Mirrors is a 1975 album by Peggy Lee on A&M Records. The album is made up of neo-cabaret "art songs" sung by Peggy, written and produced by rock & roll pioneers Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller and mostly arranged & conducted by Johnny Mandel. All lyrics by Jerry Leiber; all music by Mike Stoller. Is That All There Is?" – 4:21 (see notes). Ready to Begin Again (Manya's Song)" – 3:26. Some Cats Know" – 4:18. I've Got Them Feelin' Too Good Today Blues" – 2:20. A Little White Ship" – 3:10. Vero nome: Norma Deloris Egstrom.
Jump for Joy is a 1959 album by Peggy Lee, arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle. The title track was originally written for a progressive 1941 revue, featuring the Ellington band, which tried to break down racial stereotypes. The rest of the selections are popular standards of the period.
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. A triple-threat of her day, she was also an actress with a role in a remake of The Jazz Singer and was nominated for an Oscar for her role as an alcoholic Blues singer in Pete Kelly's Blues.
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