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The two-disc Peggy Lee anthology At Last: The Lost Radio Recordings compiles live performances the iconic vocalist gave for her radio show in Originally broadcast over the CBS network and the Armed Forces Radio Service, these performances showcase Lee backed by bands led by Sonny Burke in Los Angeles and Russ Case in New isbarseehosurderalmotarmantmicom.co: $
Most of these recordings haven't been heard since they were originally broadcast, and as this is the first-ever collection of its kind licensed directly from the Peggy Lee estate, this 2-CD set offers superior sound with remastering by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision rarely-seen photos and expert liner notes by David Torrensen, long-time editor /5(23).
Feb 01, · Audio: FLAC 16 bit / kHz (Tracks) Performer: Peggy Lee Title: At Last: The Lost Radio Recordings Published: Genre: Vocal Jazz RAR Size Mb Tracklist: CD 1: Peggy Lee Radio Show Opening () It's A Most Unusual Day () I'll See You In My Dreams ().
PEGGY LEE: At Last—The Lost Radio Recordings (2-CD Set) Peggy Lee Is One of the Greatest Pop Vocalists of All Time During the ‘50s, She Was a Regular on the Radio Airwaves, Particularly on Her Own Show Which Aired over the CBS Network and the Armed Forces Radio Service However, Unlike Many of Her Peers, Peggy Has Nev.
Peggy Lee: At Last: The Lost Radio Recordings (2-CD) (/Real Gone) 45 tracks, page booklet. From Peggy Lee's own radio series comes the material on this CD. 44 solo sides plus the radio show's opener, nearly all recordings unavailable since they originally aired in on CBS Radio and the Armed Forces Radio Services.