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I Didnt Know What Time It Was - Peggy Lee - Black Coffee (CD, Album)

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  1. Tracklist: 1. Black Coffee, 2. I’ve Got You Under My Skin, 3. Easy Living, 4. My Heart Belongs To Daddy, 5. It Ain’t Necessarily So, 6. Gee Baby, Ain’t I Good To You, 7. A Woman Alone With The Blues, 8. I Didn’t Know What Time It Was, 9. When The World Was Young, Love Me Or Leave Me, You’re My Thrill, There’s A Small Hotel.
  2. Peggy Lee was 32 years old when she walked into the Decca label’s recording studios in midtown New York to lay down the tracks for what became Black Coffee. Remarkably, it was the singer’s.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Black Coffee on Discogs. Label: Decca - UCCU • Series: ジャズの枚。 • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Easy Listening, Vocal4/5(1).
  4. Jul 13,  · Album: Black Coffee Vocals: Peggy Lee, Piano: Lou Levy, Guitar: Bill Pitman, Bass: Buddy Clark, Drums/Vibraphone: Larry Bunker.
  5. Mar 25,  · Peggy Lee - I didn't know what time it was (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart, rec. 4/30/53).
  6. High-resolution, 96 kHz, bit digital transfer. New liner notes, photographs, original cover art from both 10" and 12" releases, and more. Tracks 1 to 4, and 7 to 10 are from the original 10" LP issue: Peggy Lee - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee Tracks 5, 6, 11, and 12 are from the 12" LP issue: Peggy Lee - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee4/5(2).
  7. album. Black Coffee Peggy Lee. 12 songs (34 minutes It Ain't Necessarily So: 6. Gee Baby (Ain't I Good To You) 7. A Woman Alone With The Blues: 8. I Didn't Know What Time It Was: 9. When The World Was Young: Love Me Or Leave Me Listen to your favorite songs from Black Coffee by Peggy Lee Now. Stream.
  8. The CD under focus here, Black Coffee: Best of the Decca Years, a compilation of Miss. Peggy Lee songs of that time contraint will show Peggy Lee to be the best female vocalist ever, in my opinion. Peggy Lee was one of several female vocalists that started their careers in the WW ll era, the other ladies being Jo Stafford(the troops called her 5/5(9).

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