- Performer:Peggy Lee
- Title:Quintessential [Video]
- Style:Swing,Traditional Pop,Vocal Pop,Vocal Jazz
- Date of release:February 28, 1995
- Size FLAC version1478 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1698 megabytes
- Size WMA version1565 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 ADX WAV VQF AA AAC
The Quintessential Peggy Lee is so good. Peggy Lee does a concert in Atlantic City, and it's here to enjoy forever. Although not one of her greatest performances - having been filmed late in her career - it is a wonderful opportunity to see her in a live setting. Lover," "I'm A Woman," "Hey Big Spender," "Love Me or Leave Me" and others - nearly 20 minutes of additional footage. A must have for any Peggy Lee fan.
Subtitles OpenSubtitles. The Quintessential Peggy Lee "Birth" chart of the opening night (premiere) August 26, 1984, USA. Movie: The Quintessential Peggy Lee (1984) Actors, director and other movie creators.
The Quintessential Peggy Lee. By Chip Deffaa. To see, not just hear, Peggy Lee - her face by turns playfully teasing and curiously impassive - adds to the appreciation of this most philosophical of singers. Her rendition of Is That All There Is? (as perfect a match of performer and material as exists) belongs in any basic jazz-video library. This 1984 concert from Atlantic City, The Quintessential Peggy Lee, also includes a lilting I Love Being Here With You, a haunting The Folks Who Live on the Hill, and virtually all of her other most-requested numbers. But why so many long shots, when we want to read every subtle expression? A. .
THE QUINTESSENTIAL PEGGY LEE Peggy Lee was one of the most perennially popular singers of her generation. Called "pure elegance and charm" by Frank Sinatra, she was known for her smoky voice and sultry tunes. Program Includes: "I Love Being Here With You", "'S Wonderful", "Just One of Those Things", "When You're Smiling", "As Time.
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This article presents the discography of the jazz singer Peggy Lee, covering her recording career from 1941 up to 1993. 1948 Rendezvous with Peggy Lee (set of 78s: 6 songs). 1952 Rendezvous with Peggy Lee (10-inch LP: 8 songs; 12-inch LP: 12 songs). 1953 Black Coffee (10-inch version). 1954 Songs in an Intimate Style. 1954 Selections from Irving Berlin's White Christmas (w/ Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye). 1955 Songs from Pete Kelly's Blues. 1956 Black Coffee (12-inch version).
Peggy Lee, Actress: Lady and the Tramp. Peggy Lee was Born Norma Dolores Egstrom in Jamestown, North Dakota, on May 26, 1920. At age four her mother died . Peggy's father, a railroad station agent, remarried but later left home, leaving Peggy's care entrusted to a stepmother who physically abused her.