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Peggy Lee - Fever. 24 Great Songs (1993) [ReUpload]  Music

Posted by technick at Feb. 13, 2013
Peggy Lee - Fever. 24 Great Songs (1993) [ReUpload]

Peggy Lee - Fever. 24 Great Songs (1993)
EAC: flac (tracks) + cue + log | RAR, 3 %, 346,88 MB
mp3, 320 kbps | RAR, 3 %, 161,26 MB | Scans | RAR, 3 %, 18,36 MB
Label: Movieplay S.A. | Cat №: PRS 23012 | (Uploaded + RapidGator + GigaPeta + DepositFiles)

Peggy Lee is one of the greatest of all popular singers of the century. Her voice, with the texture of a sugared almond, is recognizable within a few syllables and she has an intelligent feel for language: Peggy lets the lyric work for her, and never loads it with false drama.
Her singing style is the result of a perfect blend of instinct and experience. She keeps her vibrato spare and her volume low. She avoids long notes and glissandos - and sends her feelings down the quiet center of her notes. And above all: she is a rhythm singer, who moves all around the beat and swings intensely.

Peggy Lee - Fever (2002)  Music

Posted by Ibiza at Aug. 30, 2008
Peggy Lee - Fever  (2002)

Peggy Lee - Fever
Jazz | mp3 320 Kbps | 162 MB
Prism Leisure 2002
Maria Muldaur - A Woman Alone With The Blues ...Remembering Peggy Lee (2003)

Maria Muldaur - A Woman Alone With The Blues …Remembering Peggy Lee (2003)
EAC | APE | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 295 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 133 Mb | Covers included
Jazz-Blues, Swing | Label: Telarc | # CD-83568 | Time: 00:51:43

The always eclectic Maria Muldaur, whose previous albums have paid tribute to Shirley Temple and blues women of the '20s, takes another musical detour in this collection of songs associated with Peggy Lee. In addition to her cool, sexy, relaxed voice, Lee was arguably more talented than other vocalists from her era. As a songwriter she co-penned some of her own material, including the swinging "I'm Gonna Go Fishin'" with Duke Ellington, which features the witty double entendres that spice several other songs. Muldaur possesses a similar ability to purr ("Some Cats Know") or sizzle (an opening tour de force of "Fever" and "Black Coffee") without breaking a sweat. So this collection of 12 tracks, backed by a talented yet restrained eight-piece band, is a natural extension of her vocal strengths. The stylish, retro arrangements include vibes and big-band-styled horn charts that sound as authentic as if they were recorded in the '30s. Even though there are some finger-popping swing numbers (a zippy duet with Dan Hicks on Ted Shapiro's "Winter Weather" is especially peppy), a late-night, languid blues-jazz vibe dominates.

Connie Evingson - Fever - A Tribute to Peggy Lee (1999)  Music

Posted by DjangoTiger at Oct. 17, 2014
Connie Evingson - Fever - A Tribute to Peggy Lee (1999)

Connie Evingson - Fever - A Tribute to Peggy Lee (1999)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 12 Tracks | 50:35 | 116 MB
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz | Label: Minnehaha Music

It's a daunting task to record a tribute album to a legend like Peggy Lee, if for no other reason than every song will be compared to the original, but Minneapolis-based Connie Evingson does it, and does it well. While she uses similar arrangements, she doesn't try to sound like Lee. Her voice is deep and sultry like Lee's, but it's also somewhat lighter. To her credit, Evingson's tribute is not only to songs that Lee sang, but to those she wrote, reminding us that the multitalented Ms. Lee was also a composer of some note…

Peggy Lee - Classics and Collectibles (2004)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at March 7, 2017
Peggy Lee - Classics and Collectibles (2004)

Peggy Lee - Classics and Collectibles (2004)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +cue, log, scans - 867 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 362 MB | 02:33:57
Jazz, Vocal Jazz | Label: Universal Music | Release Year: 2004

Peggy Lee's five-year stint with Decca doesn't get much attention, since her period at Capitol not only lasted longer but surrounded the Decca years and resulted in many more hits. (One caveat: two of her biggest, "Lover" and "Black Coffee," were recorded for Decca.) While there, she enjoyed the freedom to write much of her own material she'd proved herself as a professional songwriter years before and pursue projects that were outside the norm for a pop singer during the '50s (much less, for a female pop singer). One of those is the unjustly neglected Songs From Walt Disney's Lady and the Tramp, a song cycle written with Sonny Burke that spends time dealing with the confusion and stresses of a new mother at home ("Jim Dear," "What Is a Baby?"), but is remembered strictly as the origin of the "Siamese Cat Song."

Peggy Lee - Miss Wonderful (4CDs, 2006)  Music

Posted by Discograf_man at March 1, 2017
Peggy Lee - Miss Wonderful (4CDs, 2006)

Peggy Lee - Miss Wonderful (4CDs, 2006)
Vocal Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 681 Mb
Label: Proper Records | Release Year: 2006

This is a wonderful four-disc collection of tracks from Peggy Lee's first solo stint with Capitol Records in the mid- to late-1940s, shortly after she left her spot as a singer with Benny Goodman's band in 1943, and her early sides for Decca Records, who signed her in 1952. While many would argue that her best work was done a decade later during her second go-round with Capitol, the selections here (many of them done with husband Dave Barbour and his orchestra) show an assured vocalist with a firm understanding of the pop side of jazz.

Peggy Lee - Dream Street (1957) Japanese Mini-LP Reissue 1999  Music

Posted by Designol at Nov. 10, 2016
Peggy Lee - Dream Street (1957) Japanese Mini-LP Reissue 1999

Peggy Lee - Dream Street (1957) Japanese Mini-LP Reissue 1999
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 160 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 95 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Vocal Jazz, Vocal Pop | Label: Decca/Universal Victor | # MVCJ-19195 | Time: 00:35:15

Dream Street captures Peggy Lee at her most intimate and melancholy – a song cycle exploring love and loss in uncompromisingly frank terms, it strips away the saccharine and schmaltz so common among the singer's Decca sessions to effectively create the first truly adult music of her career. Lee occupies the same harrowing emotional territory staked out by Frank Sinatra via the landmark In the Wee Small Hours, investing the material with the kind of heartbreak and longing that belies the whole "easy listening" tag – this is music shorn of pretense and artifice, as intense as a primal scream yet beautiful in the way only art of this magnitude can be.

Peggy Lee - Spotlight On... Peggy Lee (1995)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Oct. 21, 2016
Peggy Lee - Spotlight On... Peggy Lee (1995)

Peggy Lee - Spotlight On… Peggy Lee (1995)
Jazz, Vocal Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 48 min | 117 MB
Label: Capitol Records | Rel: 1995

Peggy Lee spent a good many years with Capitol, and it was there that she cut some of her best sides. Save for a few years in the late '40s (and several early hits), Lee hit her stride with the label during the end of the '50s and throughout the '60s. Working in a variety of settings, from string orchestras to jazz combos, Lee applied her vocal talents to swing, blues, Latin, and cabaret. This edition of Capitol's classy Spotlight series rounds up 18 of Lee's best performances. And while many of the hits are missing ("Black Coffee," "Is That All There Is," etc.), the disc makes up for it with stunners like "The Best Is Yet to Come" and "The Folks Who Live on the Hill." Plus, there's the charts and conducting work of such luminaries as Benny Carter, Nelson Riddle, Bill May, Quincy Jones, and even Frank Sinatra. A fine sampler from Miss Lee's prime.

Peggy Lee - Black Coffee: Best Of The Decca Years (1997)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Oct. 17, 2016
Peggy Lee - Black Coffee: Best Of The Decca Years (1997)

Peggy Lee - Black Coffee: Best Of The Decca Years (1997)
Vocal Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | Scans | 68 min | 160 MB
Label: Spectrum / Half Moon | Rel: 1997

For most of her career, Peggy recorded for Capitol but there was a five-year spell during which Peggy recorded for Decca because Peggy had a major disagreement with Capitol (over the song Lover, which Capitol didn't want her to record) and switched labels in 1952 although she switched back in 1957. Thus, this compilation focuses on Peggy's recordings between 1952 and 1956. Budget priced collection of great hits from the late singer/songwriter's years recording for the Decca Records label. Includes the title track (covered by k.d. lang a generation later), "Love Letters", "Baubles, Bangles & Beads", "Mister Wonderful", "Bye Bye Blackbird", "Sans Souci", "He Needs Me" and many other greats.

Peggy Lee - Peggy At Basin Street East (2002)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Oct. 11, 2016
Peggy Lee - Peggy At Basin Street East (2002)

Peggy Lee - Peggy At Basin Street East (2002)
Vocal Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | Artworks | 56 min | 145 MB
Label: Collectors’ Choice Music | Rel: 2002

Peggy Lee may not have had the greatest pipes of her era, but few could equal her preternatural ability to underplay a song, finding nuance and new drama in even the most familiar material. This previously unreleased 1961 New York performance is not only ample evidence of that talent, but one of the most satisfying fixes of pure Peggy ever released. While previous Lee "live" recordings have been revealed to be largely fabrications, this treasure from the vaults offers up an intimate hour with the legend in all its unedited glory. It's a taut set, dotted with medleys that showcase Lee's jazzy charms and deceptively effortless ability to make each song her own, while delivering the hit "Fever" up as breezy, finger-snapping blues and casting Damn Yankees's "Heart" as loopy Cuban romp. If you need an introduction to the legend of Peggy Lee, this would be a lively, gratifying place to start.