Peggy Lee - "Why Don't You Do Right" (Composed By Kansas Joe McCoy In 1936 as "The Weed Smokers Dream") Dreamy 1942 Performance Film With Peg's Future Hubby Lee Barbour on Guitar - Miss Lee Ignites That Cool, Mellow Fire She Could Devour Your Senses With

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Peggy Lee performed with the giants of her day and never had to give ground. Cats such as Sinatra, Armstrong, and Der Bingle Crosby were just appetizers to demonstrate her considerable talents. She was an extraordinary writer having penned tunes with Duke Ellington, Quincy Jones, Marion McPartland and Harold Arlen. Oh yeah. Peg had it all goin’ on. She wrote film scores for masterworks such as ‘Lady and The Tramp’, ‘The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter’ and The Russians Are Coming’. Her acting wasn’t bad either as she earned an Oscar nod for ‘Pete Kelly’s Blues’. In ‘94 Sinatra stated, Her wonderful talent should be studied by all vocalists; her regal presence is pure elegance and charm.” Damn straight Chairman, played with a gifted hand and voice

By Rich Buckland 04/28/2013 06:56 PM

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