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Peggy Lee - Crazy In The Heart flac album
Title:
Crazy In The Heart
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Style:
Vocal
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FLAC album size:
1593 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ✪

Is That All There Is? is a 1969 studio album by Peggy Lee, featuring arrangements by Randy Newman. The eponymous title track won Lee the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Vocal Performance, Female at the 12th Grammy Awards. Everything on this LP is a gem. The LP's centerpiece, however, is Newman's hit arrangement of Leiber & Stoller's title song, which was covered by .

Singer: Peggy Lee. Title: Crazy In The Heart. Short-info: Label: Decca ‎– 9-29834 Type: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single Country: US Date of released: 1956 Category: Jazz, Pop, Stage & Screen Style: Vocal. Peggy Lee - Crazy In The Heart RAR archive MP3 format. 1819 downloads at 53 mb/s. Peggy Lee - Crazy In The Heart RAR archive FLAC format. 1655 downloads at 43 mb/s. A. Crazy In The Heart. Written-By – Alec Wilder, Bill Engvick.

of Texas The rabbits rush around the brush Deep in the heart of Texas The cowboys cry, "Ki-yip-pee Yi" Deep in the heart of Texas The Dogies bawl, and bawl and bawl Deep in the heart of Texas. Teile diesen Songtext.

Written-By – Alec Wilder, Bill Engvick. Written-By – George Weiss, Jerry Bock, Larry Holofcener. Peggy Lee. Mr. Wonderful, Crazy In The Heart ‎(7", Single). Crazy In The Heart, Mr. Wonderful ‎(7", Single, Promo).

Peggy Lee, Various Artists, Peggy Lee. 2018. My Heart Stood Still. Peggy Lee, Various Artists, Peggy Lee. Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City. Peggy Lee And George Shearing, Various Artists, Peggy Lee & George Shearing. 2016 Cold Hands, Warm Heart. Peggy Lee Golden Hits.

With vintage material you have to notice the source material because these artists have many radio transcriptions and live performance recordings of their hits which can be found on other CD's. The only title I find myself not liking so much was "Riders in the Sky"- not because Ms Lee doesn't do a fine job, but because I am an unabashed fan of the Sons of the Pioneers. So- I think you should get the CD, myself.

At this late point in Peggy Lee's career, she was heard best in small doses, singing an emotional ballad for three minutes (such as on "The Folks Who Live on the Hill").