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At last [sound recording] : the lost radio recordings / Peggy Lee.

Available copies

  • 2 of 2 copies available at Berklee College of Music.

Current holds

0 current holds with 2 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Part Barcode Shelving Location Holdable? Status Due Date
Stan Getz Library CD 39678-39679 Disc 1 37684001095465 Annex Copy hold / Volume hold Available -
Stan Getz Library CD 39678-39679 Disc 2 37684001095466 Annex Copy hold Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 2 audio discs ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: [United States] : Real Gone Music, [2015]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Title from disc label.
"Previously released gems from the legendary singer's 1951-1952 radio shows."--Container
Program notes by David Torresen (16 unnumbered pages : portraits) inserted in container.
Formatted Contents Note:
Peggy Lee radio show opening -- It's a most unusual day -- I'll see you in my dreams -- Getting to know you -- Cry -- You belong to me -- Takes two to tango -- Solitaire -- Did anyone call? -- Please Mr. Sun -- The wheel of fortune -- Life is a beautiful thing -- Somewhere along the way -- And so to sleep again -- Undecided -- Everything happens to me -- A kiss to build a dream on -- Botch-a-me -- My darling, my darling -- Just one more chance -- Since my love has gone = Addio del passato -- Zing a little zong -- Skylark -- I got rhythm -- Pretty-eyed baby -- Ole buttermilk sky -- The little white cloud that cried -- When I fall in love -- Come what may -- Johnny One-Note -- Singin' in the rain -- Come on-a my house -- Here in my heart -- Danny boy -- Half as much -- Go, go, go -- I'll never smile again -- After all, it's spring -- Trust in me -- Blacksmith blues -- Domino -- Heigh ho (it's off to work we go) -- Oh dear, what can the matter be? -- I'm gonna live till I die -- At last.
Participant or Performer Note:
Peggy Lee, vocals ; with orchestra ; Russ Case, Sonny Burke, conductors.
Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:
Originally broadcast on The Peggy Lee show 1951-1952, New York and Los Angeles.
Summary, etc.:
Capturing Peggy Lee at her early-to-mid-50s peak, performing 44 songs she never recorded commercially.
Subject: Popular music.
Jazz.
Popular music.
Genre: Popular music.
Jazz.
It's a most unusual day / Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh.
I'll see you in my dreams / Words by Gus Kahn; music by Isham Jones.
Getting to know you / Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rogers.
Cry / Churchill Kohlman.
You belong to me / Pee Wee King, Chilton Price and Redd Steward.
Takes two to tango / Al Hoffman, Dick Manning.
Solitaire / Renee Borek, King Guion and Carl Nutter.
Did anyone call? / Percy Faith and Carl Sigman.
Please Mr. Sun / Ray Getzov.
Wheel of fortune / Bennie Benjamin, George David Weiss.
Life is a beautiful thing / Ray Evans and Jay Livingston.
Somewhere along the way / Sammy Gallop and Kurt Adams.
And so to sleep again / Joe Marsala and Sunny Skylar.
Undecided / Charlie Shavers and Sid Robins.
Everything happens to me / Matt Dennis and Tom Adair.
A kiss to build a dream on / Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, and Oscar Hammerstein II.
Botch-a-me / English words by Eddie Y. Stanley; Italian words and music by R. Morbellis and L. Astore.
My darling, my darling / Frank Loesser.
Just one more chance / Words by Sam Coslow; music by Arthur Johnston.
Since my love has gone / Giuseppe Verdi and Herbert Wasserman.
Addio del passato / Giuseppe Verdi.
Zing a little zong / Words by Leo Robin ; music by Harry Warren.
Skylark / Hoagy Carmichael and Johnny Mercer.
I got rhythm / Ira Gershwin and George Gershwin.
Pretty-eyed baby / Mary Lou Williams, William Johnson & Leo "Snub" Moseley.
Ole buttermilk sky / Jack Brooks amd Hoagy Carmichael.
The little white cloud that cried / Johnny Ray.
When I fall in love / Lyrics by Edward Heyman; Music by Victor Young.
Come what may / Vaughn Horton.
Johnny one note / Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart.
Singin' in the rain / Words by Arthur Freed; music by Nacio Herb Brown.
Come on-a my house / Ross Bagdasarian and William Saroyan.
Here in my heart / Bill Borelli, Pat Genaro and Lou Levinson.
Danny boy / Traditional.
Half as much / Curley Williams.
Go, go, go / Mack David and Jerry Livingston.
I'll never smile again / Ruth Lowe.
After all, it's spring / Kim Gannon and Walter Kent.
Trust in me / Ned Weaver, Milton Ager, Jean Schwartz.
Blacksmith blues / Jack Holmes.
Domino / Lou Ferrari, Jacques Plante and Don Raye.
Heigh-Ho / Music by Frank Churchill ; lyrics by Larry Morey.
Oh dear, what can the matter be? / Traditional.
I'm gonna live till I die / Al Hoffman, Walter Kent and Mann Curtis.
At last / Music by Harry Warren; lyrics by Mack Gordon.

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