Peggy lee is that all there is - Peggy Lee - Wikipedia

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 · These are two songs by Peggy Lee and the Benny Goodman orchestra, recorded in the 1940s. There are two songs in this video - The first is How Deep Is The ...

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She left Capitol for Decca Records in 1952, but returned to Capitol in 1957. [16] She is most famous for her 1958 cover version of Little Willie John 's " Fever ", written by Eddie Cooley and John Davenport, [17] to which she added her own, uncopyrighted lyrics ("Romeo loved Juliet", "Captain Smith and Pocahontas"), and her 1969 rendition of Leiber and Stoller 's " Is That All There Is? " Her relationship with the Capitol label spanned almost three decades, aside from her brief, but artistically rich, detour (1952-1956) at Decca Records , where in 1953 she recorded one of her most acclaimed albums, Black Coffee . While recording for Decca, Lee had hit singles with the songs " Lover " and " Mister Wonderful ". She recorded the song "Lover" with Decca Records, because Capitol already had success of the song with Les Paul . [18]

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