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Peggy Lee - Where Did They Go Album

Peggy Lee - Where Did They Go Album
Title:
Where Did They Go
Performer:
Peggy Lee
Style:
Vocal, Easy Listening
Released:
1971
Catalog:
ST-810
Country:
Netherlands
MP3 album size:
2305 mb
FLAC album size:
1610 mb
Genre:
Label:
Capitol Records

Tracklist


1Losing My Mind
Arranged By – Al Capps
2Help Me Make It Through The Night
Arranged By – Al Capps
3Goodbye Again
4I Was Born In Love With You
5Where Did They Go
6My Sweet Lord
7All I Want
8I Don't Know How To Love Him
Arranged By – Al Capps
9My Rock And Foundation
Arranged By – Al Capps
10Sing


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ST-810Peggy Lee Where Did They Go ‎(LP, Album)Capitol RecordsST-810US1971
1566-cPeggy Lee Where Did They Go? ‎(LP, Album, Club)World Record Club1566-cNew Zealand1975
ST-810Peggy Lee Where Did They Go ‎(LP, Album)Capitol RecordsST-810Canada1971
C 02595Peggy Lee Where Did They Go? ‎(Cass, Album, Club)World Cassette ClubC 02595Australia1976
ST-810Peggy Lee Where Did They Go ‎(LP, Album, Los)Capitol RecordsST-810US1971


Credits


  • Arranged ByDon Sebesky
  • EngineerPhil Ramone, Thorne Norgar
  • Photography – John Engstead
  • ProducerSnuff Garrett


Notes


Released in the Netherlands as U.S. pressed sleeve, Dutch pressed vinyl


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 1 : Side One): 1 810 F5
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 1 : Side Two): 2 810 F1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 2 : Side One): 1 810 F5
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 2 : Side Two): 2 810 F2


Album


Where Did They Go is a 1971 album by Peggy Lee. It was arranged and conducted by Don Sebesky and Al Capps. Where Did They Go Harry Lloyd, Gloria Sklerov - 3:53. My Rock and Foundation Burt Bacharach, Hal David - 2:37. Help Me Make It Through the Night Kris Kristofferson - 2:45. All I Want Steve Clayton , Gladys Shelley - 2:40. I Don't Know How to Love Him Tim Rice, Andrew Lloyd Webber - 3:24. Goodbye Again Donald J. Addrissi, Richard P. Addrissi - 2:33. Where Did They Go is a song written by Gloria Sklerov and Harry Lloyd. It was first recorded by American singer Peggy Lee, and later covered by the British singer Sandie Shaw, and the group, Blue Mink two members of which together produced the Sandie Shaw version. In 1981, Diana Dors released a version in the UK on single, claiming at the time the song had been written specifically for her. Album 1971 10 Songs. Peggy Lee Sings the Standards. Millions of songs. Where Did They Go 1971 marked an interesting transition for Peggy Lee, as her three-decade association with Capitol Records was just about to expire after one final LP the following year. Continuing the trend of her then-most recent efforts, Lee's repertoire consists primarily of newer numbers lifted from the pop charts and occasionally from the stage andor screen. For these ten tunes the artist was certainly in good care, as the arrangements were split between formidable conductorarrangers and Los Angeles session stalwarts Don Sebesky and Al Capp, with an equally impressive team of p. Where Did They Go Peggy Lee 01-07-1971. Total duration:30 min. Where Did They Go Peggy Lee. Where Did They Go 03:53. Composers: Gloria Sklerov - Harry Lloyd. My Rock And Foundation. Peggy Lee. Where Did They Go 02:39. Composers: Burt Bacharach - Hal David. Help Me Make It Through The Night. Where Did They Go 02:48. Composers: Kris Kristofferson. All I Want. Where Did They Go 02:43. Where Did They Go, 03:53. My Rock and Foundation, 02:39. Help Me Make It Through the Night, 02:48. Goodbye Again, 02:33. Losing My Mind, 02:44. My Sweet Lord, 03:00. After completing work on Where Did They Go, Peggy Lee did not return to the recording studio again until nearly a year later, when she began recording Norma Deloris Egstrom from Jamestown, North Dakota in April 1972. This album was released on 8-track, along with LP. Where Did They Go 1971. Album by Peggy Lee. Help Me Make It Through the Night. is a cover of. Help Me Make It Through the Night by Kris Kristofferson 1970. Losing My Mind. Losing My Mind by Dorothy Collins 1971. Where Did They Go


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