Here are several numbers by the legendary Peggy Lee.
Peggy Lee (born Norma Deloris Egstrom; 1920 – 2002) was an American jazz and popular music singer, songwriter, composer and actress, in a career spanning six decades. From her beginning as a vocalist on local radio to singing with Benny Goodman's big band, she forged a sophisticated persona, evolving into a multi-faceted artist and performer. She wrote music for films, acted, and created conceptual record albums—encompassing poetry, jazz, chamber pop, and art songs.
In her 60-year-long career, Peggy was the recipient of three Grammy Awards (including the Lifetime Achievement Award), an Academy Award nomination, The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Award, the President's Award, the Ella Award for Lifetime Achievement, and the Living Legacy Award from the Women's International Center. In 1999 Lee was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Lee was a successful songwriter, with songs from the Disney movie Lady and the Tramp, for which she also supplied the singing and speaking voices of four characters. Her collaborators included Laurindo Almeida, Harold Arlen, Sonny Burke, Cy Coleman, Duke Ellington, Dave Grusin, Quincy Jones, Francis Lai, Jack Marshall, Johnny Mandel, Marian McPartland, Willard Robison, Lalo Schifrin and Victor Young.
Lee was a mainstay of Capitol Records when rock and roll came onto the American music scene. She was among the first of the "old guard" to recognize this new genre, as seen by her recording music from The Beatles, Randy Newman, Carole King, James Taylor and other up-and-coming songwriters. From 1957 until her final disc for the company in 1972, she produced a steady stream of two or three albums per year which usually included standards (often arranged quite differently from the original), her own compositions, and material from young artists.
The Peggy Lee Rose is a light pink hybrid tea rose with a "touch of peach" that was introduced in 1983 and named in her honor. Lee considered peach to be her favorite color.
Enjoy Peggy Lee’s unique style!
It's a good day
Duet with Judy Garland
Nice work if you can get it (1962) (with Frank Sinatra)
S'wonderful (with Ella Fitzgerald and Benny Goodman)
When the world was young (Judy Garland Show - 1963)
Duet with Dinah Shore (1959)
Medley with Bing Crosby (Hollywood Palace)
Put the blame on mame
I've got you under my skin (1966) (with Andy Williams)
Medley with Lena Horne and Vic Damone
With Sarah Vaughan, Aretha Franklin and Roberta Flack
Duet with Petula Clark
Is that all there is (1969)
Everything must change (1981)
What are you doing the rest of your life
Here's to you