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Musical Marriage


  • 1. I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart
    2. Trav'lin' Light
    3. Swinging on a Star
    4. Imagination
    5. Oh, You Crazy Moon
    6. Aren't You Glad You're You
    7. As Long as I'm Dreaming
    8. Molly Malone
    9. This Little Piggie Went to Market
    10. But Beautiful
    11. You're Driving Me Crazy
    12. Goody Goody
    13. This Can't Be Love
    14. I Ain't Got Nobody
    15. When a Woman Loves a Man
    16. Fine and Dandy
    17. Lonesome Road
    18. You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me
    19. Glory of Love, The
    20. Melancholy Lullaby
    21. Cottage for Sale
    22. Taking a Chance on Love
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 355

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Personnel includes: Peggy Lee (vocals); Dave Barbour (guitar).
    The Four Of A Kind: Dave Barbour (guitar); Buddy Cole (piano, celeste); Phil Stephens (bass); Tom Romersa (drums);
    Dave Barbour Quintet: Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (guitar); Hal Schaefer (piano, celeste); Phil Stephens (bass); Nick Fatool (drums).
    Compilation producers: Geoff Milne, Paul Pelletier.
    Recorded at Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, California between May 1946 and April 1949. Includes liner notes by Paul Pelletier.
    All tracks have been digitally remastered.
    Personnel: Peggy Lee (vocals); Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (guitar); Hal Schaefer, Buddy Cole (piano, celesta); Tom Romersa, Nick Fatool (drums).
    Liner Note Author: Paul Pelletier.
    Recording information: Radio Recorders, Los Angeles CA (06/14/1946-04/08/1949).
    These 12 pieces of intimacy are radio transcriptions that were probably made sometime in the mid-1940s. Early signs of Peggy Lee's future style are intimated in her light and breathy vocals. Her delivery, though emotionally rich, as on "I've Had My Moments" and the moving "Don't Blame Me," lacks the expressive gravity she would possess in a couple of years, though her perfect sense of time is apparent on rhythm specialties such as "Nice Work if You Can Get It."
    In due time she would mastermind the qualities of emotional projection and rhythmic devices to solidify a powerhouse style that would take her performances to the heights of musical success. Nevertheless, listening to these performances, one recognizes Peggy Lee's embryonic genius.

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