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  3. Peggy Lee. Close Enough for Love is a studio album by jazz singer Peggy Lee. The album was Lee’s first recording in the United States since her album Mirrors. The album was Lee’s only recording for DRG Records, and featured Lee with her regular quartet.
  4. A disappointing recording by Peggy, especially after reading good things about it in the recent biography. There's some good material (along with some ephemera like the first track) by Cole Porter, Johnny Mandel, and Marian McPartland, but the settings are hopelessly dated--immediately identifiable s textures, with electric bass (louder than the vocals), Fender Rhodes electric piano, a /5(17).
  5. Label: DRG Records - SL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Easy Listening, Disco Peggy Lee - Close Enough For Love (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(8).
  6. Universal Music Enterprises Download release date April 17, CD/vinyl release date June 19, marks the centennial for the iconic Peggy Lee, with a year-long celebration to mark the occasion, including museum exhibits, tribute shows, and more, along with a selection of music releases.
  7. As a salute to the music legend, and celebrating Peggy's landmark th birthday, comes a brand new career-spanning collection, Ultimate Peggy Lee. The track album features hits and signature songs including "Fever,".
  8. Nov 02,  · referencing Close Enough For Love, CD, Album, RE, RM, , DRG-CD This is probably the most whiny album I have in my collection. Don't really know Peggy Lee's catalogue yet, but this album is the pits/5(14).

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