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9 thoughts on “ I Hear Music - Peggy Lee - Jump For Joy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Jan 27,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Peggy Lee - "I Hear Music" - Original Stereo LP - HQ YouTube Peggy Lee - You've Got Possibilities - Stereo LP - HQ - Duration: The Vinyl Restoration Project.
  2. This new release and first release of Nelson & Peggy's masterpiece on CD in Stereo, subdues Nelson's wonderful counterpart saxophone writing on many of the tracks notably on the title track Jump For Joy. The Bass is a touch heavy and Peggy's voice sounds a /5(7).
  3. Nov 19,  · This was sung by Peggy Lee, and features Duke Ellington. It was released in Lyrics: Fare thee well land of cotton, Cotton lisle is out of style, Honey chile Jump for Joy .
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  5. Jump for Joy is an album by jazz singer Peggy Lee that was released in and arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle.
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  7. Jump for Joy is a album by Peggy Lee, arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle. The title track was originally written for a progressive revue, featuring the Ellington band, which tried to break down racial stereotypes. The rest of the selections are popular standards of the period.
  8. Jump For Joy! Peggy Lee's collaboration with Nelson Riddle, entitled "Jump For Joy" is a collection of older tunes from the cannon of the Great American Song Book. Peggy's voice is in fine form on this set, and the Capitol Stereo is perfect; The Nelson Riddle Orchestra is set-up just the way it should be, and boy can that band swing.
  9. This new stereo mix of Peggy Lee's "Jump For Joy" is a long overdue pleasure that shouldn't be missed. While I agree with almost everything that Rick (from Sydney,Australia) has said about the sound balance and the placement of Nelson Riddle's fine orchestra, there are some tracks where the audio is decidedly lacking/5(7).

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