Peggy Lee

All Aglow Again! - 180 Gram (772294)

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All Aglow Again! - 180 Gram

Peggy Lee

Waxtime

8436559468206

LPS 164980

772294

JAZZ

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HIGH-DEFINITION PREMIUM VINYL PRESSING

180 gram VINYL –AUDIOPHILE PRESSING

INCLUDES 8 BONUS TRACKS

Presented here is Peggy Lee’s original 1960 LP All Aglow Again! (Capitol Records T-1366), in its entirety. The album is a compilation of the singer’s greatest successes up to that date, including her glorious hit “Fever”.

According to AllMusic reviewer William Ruhlmann, “The point of this patchy compilation, released on Capitol Records’ discountpriced Starline series in 1960, seems to be to put Peggy Lee’s 1958 Top Ten single ‘Fever’ on an LP for the first time. The single’s B-side, ‘You Don’t Know,’ also appears, along with five tracks from singles Lee released in 1959: the old Fanny Brice signature song ‘My Man,’ which reached the singles chart as the B-side of ‘Alright, OK, You Win’; the charting cover of Ray Charles’ ‘Hallelujah, I Love Him So’ and its B-side, ‘I’m Lookin’ Out the Window’, and the non-charting single “You Deserve” with its B-side “Where Do I Go from Here.” Lee’s biggest hit, “Mañana (Is Soon Enough for Me),” from back in 1948, is thrown in for good measure, and the collection is padded out to 12 tracks by digging four previously unreleased songs from the vaults: ‘Whee Baby,’ ‘Louisville Lou (That Vampin’ Lady),’ ‘It Keeps You Young,’ and ‘Let’s Call It a Day.’ Despite this grabbag of sources, there are some excellent, if stylistically disparate, performances. Lee’s effervescent reading provides a light contrast to Charles’ on ‘Hallelujah, I Love Him So.’”

PERSONNEL:

  • PEGGY LEE, vocals on all tracks, with:
  • A1 & B2: Jack Marshall’s Music: Don Fagerquist, Conrad Gozzo, Manny Klein (tp), Milt Bernhart (tb), Bob Enevoldsen (v-tb), Justin Gordon, George Smith (reeds), Joe Harnell (p), Howard Roberts (g), Joe Mondragon (b), Shelly Manne (d), Jack Marshall (cond).
  • Hollywood, May 19-27, 1958.
  • A2: Orchestra conducted by Jack Marshall and The Jimmy Joyce Children’s Choir (vcl).
  • Hollywood, October 10, 1959.
  • A3, B3 & B6: Orchestra conducted by Sid Feller.
  • New York, February 18, 1952.
  • A4: Jack Marshall and his Orchestra: Pete Candoli, Jack Sheldon (tp), Milt Bernhart, Frank Rosolino (tb), Benny Carter (as), Jimmy Rowles (p), Barney Kessel (g), Shelly Manne (d), Jack Marshall (cond).
  • Hollywood, October 17, 19 & 22, 1958.
  • A5, B1 & B4: Orchestra conducted by Jack Marshall.
  • Hollywood, May 28, 1959.
  • A6: Peggy Lee and the Brazilians: Dave Barbour (g) with musicians from Carmen Miranda’s backup combo.
  • Los Angeles, November 25, 1947.
  • A7: Pete Candoli (tp), Jimmy Rowles (p), Max Wayne (b), Ed Shaughnessy (d).
  • New York, May 4, 1953.
  • A8: Orchestra conducted by Harold “Hal” Mooney, including Dick Cathcart (tp), Matty Matlock (cl), Eddie Miller (ts), Dick McDonough (g), Nick Fatool (d).
  • Los Angeles, May 6, 1955.
  • A9: Orchestra conducted by Benny Carter.
  • Hollywood, November 14, 1962.
  • A10: Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle.
  • Hollywood, December 5 & 20, 1957, January 3, 1958.
  • B5: Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle.
  • Hollywood, August 30, 1957.
  • B7: The Singing Strings, including Vincente Gomez (g). Victor Young (cond).
  • Los Angeles, March 1, 1954.
  • B8: Harry “Sweets” Edison, Manny Klein (tp), Vincent De Rosa, James Decker (fhr), Juan Tizol (v-tb), George Roberts (b-tb), Buddy Collette, Harry Klee (as), Stanley “Champ” Webb (ts), Joe Koch (bar), Stella Castellucci (harp), Lou Levy (p), Nick Bonney (g), Max Bennett (b), Lou Singer (d), and string section. Frank Sinatra (cond), Nelson Riddle (arr).
  • Hollywood, April 4, 1957.
  • B9: Orchestra conducted by Victor Young.
  • Los Angeles, December 6, 1954.
  • B10: Orchestra conducted by Billy May.
  • Hollywood, June 15, 1960.

TRACKS:

  • SIDE A
  • A1. FEVER
  • A2. WHERE DO I GO FROMHERE
  • A3. WHEE, BABY
  • A4. MY MAN
  • A5. YOU DESERVE
  • A6. MAÑANA
  • A7. BLACK COFFEE (*)
  • A8. SUGAR (*)
  • A9. I’M A WOMAN (*)
  • A10. AIN’T WE GOT FUN (*)
  • SIDE B
  • B1. HALLELUJAH, I LOVE HIM SO
  • B2. YOU DON’T KNOW
  • B3. LOUISVILLE LOU (THAT VAMPIN’ LADY)
  • B4. I’M LOOKIN’ OUT THE WINDOW
  • B5. IT KEEPS YOU YOUNG
  • B6. LET’S CALL IT A DAY
  • B7. JOHNNY GUITAR (*)
  • B8. THE FOLKS WHO LIVE ON THE HILL (*)
  • B9. LA LA LU [From Lady and the Tramp] (*)
  • B10. THE CHRISTMAS WALTZ (*)
  • (*) BONUS TRACKS