Peggy Lee - Black Coffee [LP]
Peggy Lee's 1956 album smash for Decca, Black Coffee, presents her in an intimate setting with a top-notch jazz
quartet in place of her usual studio orchestra. The smaller combination, including two of her favorites: Pete Candoli
(trumpet) and Jimmy Rowles (piano), works to perfection on sultry takes of It Ain't Necessarily So, Gee, Baby Ain't I
Good To You & the title track. Verve's Acoustic Sounds Series features analog tape transfers, remastered 180-gram
vinyl in deluxe gatefold packaging.
SIDE A -
1. Black Coffee, 2. I've Got You Under My Skin, 3. Easy Living, 4. My Heart Belongs To Daddy, 5. It Ain't
Necessarily So, 6. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You
SIDE B -
7. A Woman Alone With The Blues, 8. I Didn't KNow What Time It Was, 9. (Ah, the Apple Trees) When The World
Was Young, 10. Love Me Or Leave Me, 11. You're My Thrill, 12. There's A Small Hotel
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