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Nov 19, · Peggy Lee: Black Coffee album review by David Rickert, published on November 19, Peggy Lee CD/LP/Track Review David Rickert Verve Music Group United States Black Coffee. Premium. Rare vinyl LPs and CDs from over 1, independent sellers. AMAZON CDs, Vinyl, Blu-Ray DVDS, Prime membership, Alexa, SONOS and more.
P.L. on L.P. A gallery of album covers Click on each title to view cover. The Fifties Benny Goodman, Vocals by Peggy Lee – Columbia, earlys* My Best to You – Capitol, * Rendezvous with Peggy Lee – Capitol, * Black Coffee with Peggy Lee.
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).
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Black Coffee on Discogs. Label: Decca - SGD,Decca - DL • Series: Gold Of G.D. - 12 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Mono • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Easy Listening5/5(2).
Black Coffee is not only Peggy Lee's best album but also one of the best albums of the 50's. It was an experiment album for her. She usually sang in a jazz inflected pop style with a big band or orchestra. Here her style is deeper into jazz and performed with a small jazz combo. It's intimate Peggy Lee, an ideal way to hear her/5(39).
Peggy Lee left Capitol in for, among several other reasons, the label's refusal to let her record and release an exotic, tumultuous version of "Lover." Lee was certainly no Mitch Miller songbird, content to loosen her gorgeous pipes on any piece of tripe foisted upon her; she was a superb songwriter with a knowledge of production and arrangement gained from work in big bands and from her.