Peggy Lee Sings with Benny Goodman
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This is an album of Peggy Lee's early original recordings made with the Benny Goodman orchestra recorded in 1941-'43. The "Harmony" Lp was released in 1957 and was a reissue of the 1952 Columbia EP which contained 4 songs; "That Did It Marie, My Old Flame, Elmer's Tune and "We'll Meet Again". For some reason neither the EP or the LP contains Peggy Lee's first hit with the Goodman orchestra, "Somebody Else Is Taking My Place".
- "How Long Has This Been Going On?", (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
- "That Did It, Marie", (Irene Higginbotham, Fred Meadows)
- "Elmer's Tune", (Elmer Albrecht, Dick Jurgens and Sammy Gallop)
- "I Threw A Kiss In The Ocean", (Irving Berlin)
- "We'll Meet Again", (Ross Parker, Hughie Charles}
- "My Old Flame", (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
- "That’s The Way It Goes", (Morris Levy, Don Parker) That’s The Way It Goes (Morris Levy, Don Parker) (credited on the disc to “S. Robin, Wilder”)
- "All I Need Is You", (Benny Davis, Peter De Rose, Mitchell Parish)
- "Not A Care In The World", (Vernon Duke, John Latouche)
- "Full Moon (Noche de Luna)", (Gonzalo Curiel, Marcelene Odette, Bob Russell)
- Lankford, Jr., Ronnie D. Benny Goodman: Peggy Lee Sings with Benny Goodman > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved 2 September 2011.
- Peggy Lee Sings with Benny Goodman, Columbia Records, CK7005, 1988