Peggy Lee's Bio-Discography:
Catalogue Of Foreign Pressings

by Iván Santiago-Mercado

Page generated on Sep 16, 2017




Explanatory Notes

This miscellaneous section focuses on foreign versions of Peggy Lee's albums and singles. Throughout the page, the adjective "foreign" should be taken to mean "released outside of the US and the UK." Ditto for the adverb "abroad." It is also worth noting that I have concentrated on legitimate (official, licensed) versions of the albums in question; hence no inclusion has been made of Public Domain versions such as the low-grade ones that mass-marketing labels such as Hallmark have been churning out. The page is divided into three main parts, of which the first is dedicated to albums and the last to singles. The middle section covers some foreign albums, many of them EPs, which do not have an American or British counterpart, and which should thus be considered non-American original albums. For a few additional explanations about objectives and contents, consult the notes at the very bottom of the page. Illustrating the types of foreign albums to be discussed, all the above-seen images are duplicated and identified below. Viewers searching for more information or pictures of these albums should also consult the galleries dedicated to original albums (Capitol, Decca, Post-Capitol) and compilations (Capitol, Decca).


I. FOREIGN EDITIONS OF PEGGY LEE'S ORIGINAL AMERICAN (AND BRITISH) ALBUMS


Please note that, because most of the album editions listed below are nearly identical copies of the American or British originals, they have not been incorporated to the main pages of this discography, otherwise known as the sessionography. The exclusion was dictated by other reasons as well, including the vast amount of text that these entries would add to sessions that are already densely packed with information. (I should also reiterate that these listings are restricted to legitimate releases: bootlegs and Public Domain releases are excluded.)




ALL AGLOW AGAIN
[Capitol Masters]
1. FRANCE. Pathé Marconi CS/LP: Pm 156 554 4/1 - All Aglow Again! ("Retrospect" Reissue Series) (July 1985)
2. NETHERLANDS. Capitol LP: T 1366 H - All Aglow Again!
{Note: The cover of the Dutch album is different from the American original. It shows a very reduced version of the photo that was used for the cover of the American album Jump For Joy. At the present time, I only have a very reproduction of that front cover, and would appreciate receiving a better image that I could then include here.}
{Photos above: Two copies of the album All Aglow Again as reissued by the British label World Record Club. One of the covers has aged and become more discolored than the other. As can be seen, this reissue's front cover is different from the original American cover on Capitol Records. It has not been listed with the French and Dutch items above because the present discography covers British (re)issues on a separate page.}


AROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREE
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Festival LP: Fl 7047 - Around The Christmas Tree (possibly November or December 1958)
{Note: This album is a various-artists compilation with just one Peggy Lee vocal, "Ring Those Christmas Bells." It has the same cover as the USA original.}


BASIN STREET EAST PROUDLY PRESENTS MISS PEGGY LEE
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7322 - Basin Street East Proudly Presents Peggy Lee
2. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Csp 1084 - Basin Street East Proudly Presents Miss Peggy Lee
3. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Ecj 50024 - Basin Street East Proudly Presents Miss Peggy Lee ("Jazz Vocal Masterpieces" Series) (1978)
4. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj Cp32 5439 - Basin Street East Proudly Presents Miss Peggy Lee ("Best From The West" Series) (1993)
{Note about Capitol Csp 1084: red wax vinyl.}




BEAUTY AND THE BEAT!
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Capitol LP: Senc ___ - Beauty And The Beat!
2. FRANCE. Pathé Marconi CS/LP: Pm 154 576 4 / 2c 068 576 1 - Beauty And The Beat! ("Retrospect" Reissue Series) (March 1985)
3. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Csp 1023 - Beauty And The Beat!
4. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7326 - Beauty And The Beat! ("Jazz Vocal Series")
5. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Ecj 50023 - Beauty And The Beat! ("Jazz Vocal Masterpiece" Series) (1972)
6. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Ecp 88026 - Beauty And The Beat! ("Jazz Vocal Best Collection" Series) (issued at least twice, with differently colored obi strips)
7. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Cp 32 5309 - Beauty And The Beat!; The Finest Jazz On CD, Part 2 (1988 or, according to other sources whose reliability is less clear to me, May 1987)
8. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj 9416 - Beauty And The Beat! (May 2002)
9. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj 6858 - Beauty And The Beat! (November 2006)
10. NETHERLANDS. Emi Bovema LP: 2c 068 54 576 [also Hst 1219] - The Beauty And The Beat ("Sterren" Series)
11. NETHERLANDS. Emi Bovema LP: 5c 056 81 465 - Beauty And The Beat!: Capitol Presents Peggy Lee And George Shearing And The Quintet
12. NETHERLANDS. Emi Bovema LP: 5c 022 81 465 - The Beauty And The Beat ("Supersound" Series) {Photographed above, the front cover is different from the American original; it is a take from the same Peggy Lee photo session that generated the front cover photo of her Capitol album Where Did They Go}
13. NETHERLANDS. Emigold LP: Dag 108 (also bears the number 5c 022 81 465) - Live in Person; Beauty And The Beat
14. SPAIN. Emi Odeon CD: __ - Beauty And The Beat! ("Jazz Voice" Series) {First photo above}
{General note: All the CDs listed are believed to contain the 1992 edition of the CD, rather than the excellent remaster from 2003. However, "believed" is the operative word; since I have not listened to the specific issues in question, I cannot fully guarantee that my belief applies to those bearing release date from 2003 onwards.}
{Note about the 1988 Japanese CD: Earliest CD release of this album worldwide. Includes two bonus tracks. Not released in the United States until 1992.}
{Note about the 2002 Japanese CD: Mini-LP cardboard edition.}
{Note about #8: Tentative entry. Its existence still needs to be fully corroborated.}
{Note about #9: Gatefold cover. Photo is the same as the American original, but it only covers half of the cover and has no text; the other half is reserved for the text, in black and white.}
{Note about #9, #10, #11, and possibly #8: The cover of these Dutch editions is different from the cover of the American original. It is a picture taken in the same photo sessions as the cover of the LP Make It With You.
{Note about the Spanish CD: Made by EMI Odeon for Global Rhythm Press, located in Barcelona, Spain.}


BENNY'S BEST
[Columbia Masters; United States original: Columbia 78-rpm album, slated for release in 1947]
Foreign counterparts:
1. CANADA. Columbia 78-rpm album: A 52 (6322-6325) - Benny Best
{Note: There is only one Peggy Lee vocal in this issue: "Why Don't You Do Right?". The USA counterpart, which was actually cancelled before its release, would have included four Peggy Lee vocals and four Benny Goodman instrumentals.}


BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA WITH PEGGY LEE AKA BENNY GOODMAN [AND] HIS ORCHESTRA AND SEXTET, VOCALS BY PEGGY LEE (Columbia)
[Columbia Masters; United States original: 78-rpm album, released in 1948 and re-released, in various configurations, in 1949]
1. AUSTRALIA. Philips 10" LP: B 07626 R - Benny Goodman With Peggy Lee
2. CANADA. Columbia a70 - Benny Goodman And His Orchestra With Peggy Lee (1949)
3. NETHERLANDS. Philips 10" LP: B 07626 R - Benny Goodman With Peggy Lee
{Note #1: The Australian and Dutch LP issues bear the same exact catalogue number. Except for the respective photos on the cover, they are the exact same item, distributed by Philips in both continents. Originally a Dutch company, Philips was in charge of distributing Columbia's albums in most countries abroad, including Great Britain, during the 1940s and later. Russ Connor's bio-discography of Benny Goodman indicates that there is also a British version, with catalogue number B07626H. I have yet to come across copies or online pictures of that British version, which should be presumed to be nearly identical to the Dutch item. For photos of these albums' front covers, consult this discography's pictorial page for Goodman's studio albums.}
{Note #2: The front cover of the Canadian 78-rpm set is different from its American counterpart, but the track listing is the same. There is an error in the Canadian set's cover. Of the eight numbers listed therein, the last one ("Somebody Loves Me") is incorrect. Lee did not record "Somebody Loves Me" during her years with The Benny Goodman Orchestra. This error is not found in the cover of C-170; the American set's eighth song is correctly listed as "Somebody Nobody Loves." For photos of both the Canadian and the American front covers, consult this discography's pictorial page for Goodman's studio albums.}


BEST OF PEGGY LEE, THE [Capitol]
See under The Hits Of Peggy Lee, The.




BEST OF PEGGY LEE, THE [Decca]
[Decca Masters]
Not surprisingly, dozens and dozens of albums bearing this title have been issued. Herein my main concern is with the album whose catalogue number is Decca Dxb 164, the earliest compilation with the title "best of Peggy Lee" ever released (1960). Given its many reprints and reissues both in the United States and abroad, it ranks as a popular and influential album in Lee's canon. Beside the albums which can be easily identified as reissues due to the use of the same front cover and title, there are numerous Japanese MCA "Best of" issues which, though bearing different covers, could be deemed reissues of this American Decca original. Most of those Japanese MCA issues tend to substitute two or three of the songs in Decca Dxb 164 for other Lee numbers, however. Other arguable reissues contain only about half of the original 24 tracks. Below i have listed a large sample; for an even larger sampling, check section II of the pictorial Decca compilations page.

1. ARGENTINA. Ariel 2LP: 4012 - The Best Of Peggy Lee
{I do not have the track listing of this set. I assume that it is identical to American Dxb 164. The front cover is certainly the same one.}

2. AUSTRALIA. Mca 2LP: Map 1600 - The Best Of Peggy Lee
{Believed to have the same tracks as original American Dxb 164. Same gatefold packaging, same front cover.}

3. GERMANY. Brunswick 87056 Lpbm - The Best Of Peggy Lee (1961)
{Second photo above. I do not have the track listing of this set. I assume that it is identical to American Dxb 164. Aside from the Brunswick logo, the front cover is certainly the same one.}

4. JAPAN. Decca 2LP: Jdl 5201 2 - The Best Of Peggy Lee
{Believed to be the earliest Japanese edition of Dxb 164. Same front cover, same gatefold packaging.}

5. JAPAN. Decca 2LP: As 7 (Dls 13/14) - The Best Of Peggy Lee
{24 tracks, just as in the original USA album, but three of the original numbers ("That's What A Woman Is For," "You Let My Love Get Cold," "The Siamese Cat Song") have been replaced with other 3 songs to which Japanese audiences clearly were more responsive ("La La Lu," "Johnny Guitar," "Autumn In Rome"). The cover is different. There is no photo, and no drawings. It's bare and all red, except for the text, in gold lettering. Like the 1960 American original, it is a gatefold album; the same six photos found in the inner cover of the USA album are found inside, along with text in Japanese which might or might not be a translation of the Leonard Feather notes.

6. NETHERLANDS. Brunswick LP: Dz 177 001 - Lover ("Golden Ace" Series)
{Note: First photo above. Contains 10 of the same 12 tracks that are in the first volume of the Decca 2LP anthology The Best Of Peggy Lee, Dxb 164. It substitutes "Ooh, That Kiss" and "How Bitter, My Sweet" with two tracks not in Decca Dxb 164, "He's A Tramp" and "I've Got You Under My Skin."}

7. NEW ZEALAND/AUSTRALIA. Festival 2LP: Fx 30386-30387 - The Best Of Peggy Lee

8. SAUDI ARABIA. 747 Pop cassette: __ - The Best of Peggy Lee ("Super Evergreen Edition" Series)
{Note: 16 tracks, the same ones included in Peggy Lee ("Golden Greats" Series), an abbreviated British 1981 version of the American Decca album. The cover of this cassette has the same photo as Decca Dxb 164, but downsized and cheapened by drawings of what looks like skies, a planet, and a rainbow.}

9. SPAIN. Mca LP: S 21319 - Peggy Lee ("Voces Y Sonidos De Oro, Volume 8) (1971)
{Note: Abbreviated version, consisting of one instead of two LPs, and 12 instead of 24 tracks. Contains the exact same tracks as the first of the two LPs in Decca's The Best Of Peggy Lee, Dxb 164. Also uses the same photo, downsized and with a golden framing around it.}

10. SPAIN. Mca LP: S 21319 - Peggy Lee ("Voces Y Sonidos De Oro" Series, Volumen 8)



BEWITCHING-LEE!
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Capitol LP: Enc 9148 - Bewitching-Lee! ("Encore" Series)
2. AUSTRALIA. Summit LP: Sra 004 - Bewitching-Lee!
3. AUSTRALIA. World Record Club LP: __ - Bewitching-Lee!
4. JAPAN: Capitol LP: 2LP 208 - Betwitching-Lee!
5. JAPAN: Capitol LP: Cr 7179 - Betwitching-Lee! ("Jazz Vocal" Series)
6. NETHERLANDS. Capitol LP: __ - Bewitching-Lee!
{Note about #2 and #3: The Summit and the World Record Club albums do not use the artwork of the American originals. Those two Australian albums use an arresting photo, not seen elsewhere, possibly dating from Peggy Lee's 1961 stay in London.}
{Note about the Australian World Record Club LP: It deletes one song from the American original and adds three. The deletion is "Mañana." The additions are "You Don't Know," "I'm Gonna Go Fishin'," and "Is That All There Is?".}
{Note about the Dutch LP: This version has only 10 of the American original's 12 tracks. Deleted are "Don't Smoke In Bed" and "While We're Young."}


BIG SPENDER
[Capitol Masters]
1 JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7567 - Big Spender


BLACK COFFEE [EP]
For the EP of this title on Festival Records, see below, under section two, entitled Foreign Albums With No American Counterpart. For the original American LP (first issued as a 10", later as a 12"), see below, under Black Coffee With Peggy Lee.


BLACK COFFEE AND OTHER DELIGHTS [CD]
[Decca Masters]
1. JAPAN. Mca Victor CD: Mvcm 32007-320008 - Black Coffee And Other Delights (ca. 1995)


BLACK COFFEE WITH PEGGY LEE [REISSUES OF THE EP]
[Decca Masters]
1. FRANCE. GERMANY. Brunswick EP: 10120 - Miss Peggy Lee
{Notes: This issue's songs are "My Heart Belongs To Daddy," "Love Me Or Leave Me," "It Ain't Necessarily So" and "Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You." Its cover is different from the American original. It is a photo of Peggy Lee that was used not in the American Black Coffee but in other issues, such as Lee's Camay LPs. This Brunswick cover adds to that photo a few ornamental details: leaves of various colors and green stripes.


BLACK COFFEE WITH PEGGY LEE [REISSUES OF THE 10" LP]
[Decca Masters]
1. BRAZIL. Decca 10" LP: Lts 23016 - Peggy Lee canta para você ...
2. FRANCE. Decca 10" LP: Us 233139 - Black Coffee
3. JAPAN. Decca 10" LP: Al 1002 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (probably rel. between 1953 and 1956)
4. NEW ZEALAND. Festival 10" LP: Cfr 10 510 H 723 - Black Coffee
{Notes. All these 10" LPs contain the same eight songs as the original, American 10" version, but only the Japanese pressing uses the same front cover original American edition.}




BLACK COFFEE WITH PEGGY LEE [REISSUES OF THE 12" LP]
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. MCA LP: - Black Coffee ("Golden Groove" Series) {Second photo above}
2. BRAZIL. Decca LP: Slp 7759 - Um Cafèzinho Com Peggy Lee
3. FRANCE. Brunswick LP: Cid Us 223239 - Peggy Lee
4. FRANCE. Rdm CD: cd ?372 - Black Coffee
5. JAPAN. Decca LP: Eqjp 8 - Black Coffee
6. JAPAN. Decca LP: Jdl 526 - Black Coffee
7. JAPAN. Decca LP: Sdl 10298 - Black Coffee
8. JAPAN. Mca Victor LP: 3023 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee
9. JAPAN. Mca Victor LP: 3032 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee
10. JAPAN. Mca LP: Vim 4501 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee ("Jazz Vocal Very Best" Series) (1977 and/or 1980)
11. JAPAN. Decca Pioneer CD: 25P2 2829 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (1989)
12. JAPAN. MCA/Swing Journal/Shinseido LP: Sgd 12 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (1991)
13. JAPAN. Mca Victor CD: Mvcm 261 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (1992)
14. JAPAN. Decca CD: Mvcz 33 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee ("Masters Of Jazz" Series) (20-bit remastered) (1994)
15. JAPAN. Mca Victor LP: Mvjj 30051 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (August 1995)
16. JAPAN. Decca CD: Mvcm 2505 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee ("Best One" Series) (1996 or earlier)
17. JAPAN. Universal Victor CD: Mvcj 19194 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee ("Songs Cafe" Series) (November 1999)
18. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 5017 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (April 2003; said to have been also pressed in 1995, but confirmation is needed)
19.  JAPAN.  Universal CD:  Uccu 9406 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (2004)  
20.  JAPAN.  Universal CD:  Uccu 9517 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee  ("Jazz The Best" Series, No. 17) (20-bit remastered gold-coated mini-LP disc) (February 2004)
21.  JAPAN.  Universal CD:  Uccu 9094  - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee ("Jazz The Best" Series) (September 2005; March 2007)  
22.  JAPAN.  Universal CD:  Uccu 9461  - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee  (SHM) (May 2008)  
23.  JAPAN.  Universal CD:  Uccu 9631  - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (SHM)  (December 2008) 
24.  JAPAN.  Universal CD:  Uccu 9820 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (September 2010)
25.  JAPAN.  Universal CD:  Uccu 6041- Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (SHM) ("Jazz The Best" Series)  (June 2011)  
26.  JAPAN.  Universal CD:  Uccu 99033- Black Coffee With Peggy Lee ("Essential Jazz 100" Series) (October 2014)
27. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 99033 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (September 30, 2015)
28. JAPAN. Esoteric 6SA-CD: Esso 90146 (Esso 90143 to Esso 90148) - 6 Queens Of Jazz Vocal (May 16, 2016)
29. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 5778 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (SHM) ("All Of Jazz" Series) (November 4, 2016)
30. NEW ZEALAND. Festival LP: Fr 12 1474 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee
31. NEW ZEALAND. Festival LP: Fr 12 7026 - Black Coffee With Peggy Lee (1962) {First photo above}
32. RUSSIAN FEDERATION. Vinylogy's Dol LP: Dos 707 - Black Coffee & Fever With Peggy Lee (2016) {"180 gram heavyweight vinyl"}
{Note about the French 12" LP: I have not seen this album; my data about it has been gathered from the internet.}
{Note about the French CD: A cheap, Public Domain job. Not recommended.}
{Note about the 1989, 1992, and 1999 Japanese CDs: Include "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" as a bonus track. Other Japanese CD editions may include it, too, but those three are the only ones for which I have found tentative corroboration.}
{Note about the 1994, 1999, 2004, and 2008 (#9631) Japanese CDs: Mini-LP cardboard editions.}
{Note about the 1994 Japanese CD: 20 Bit Remastering.}
{Note about the two 2008 Japanese CDs: Touted as SHM-CD reissues. According to the advertisement, this "high quality SHM-CD (Super High Material CD) format features enhanced audio quality through the use of a special polycarbonate plastic. Using a process developed by JVC and Universal Music Japan, discovered through the joint companies' research into LCD display manufacturing, SHM-CDs feature improved transparency on the data side of the disc, allowing for more accurate reading of CD data by the CD player laser head. SHM-CD format CDs are fully compatible with standard CD players." This release is also part of the 200-album SHM-CD Series Campaign from Universal Music Japan.}
{General note about the Japanese CDs: In a few cases, the given release date strikes me as possibly wrong. However, I have entered such because they are the only dates given in the various sources that I consulted.


BLUES CROSS COUNTRY
[Capitol Masters]
1. FRANCE. Capitol LP: 062.55294 - Blues Cross Country
2. FRANCE. Pathé Marconi CS/LP: Pm 155 294 4/1 (also Pm 231) - Blues Cross Country ("Retrospect" Reissue Series) (October 1984)
3. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Csp 1118 - Blues Cross Country
4. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Ecj 60010 - Blues Cross Country (1976)
{Note about Capitol Csp 1118: red wax vinyl.}


BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 8976 - Bridge Over Troubled Water


CAPITOL COLLECTORS SERIES
See below, under Early Years, The ("Capitol Collectors Series").


CHRISTMAS CAROUSEL
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Emigold CS/CD: 19967243 8 21083 2 0 - The Christmas Album [also Tcmfp/Cdmfp 6149 and Cdmfp 6150.]
2. NETHERLANDS. Emi LP: 5C 038 85288 - Christmas Carousel
3. NETHERLANDS. Disky CD: Ch 877293 - Christmas (1997)
{Note: The one LP listed is a counterpart of the American LP. The listed CDs are counterparts of the American CDs. The CDs have 5 more songs than the 12-track LP.}
{Note about the Emigold CD: It also also carries the numbers Cdmfp 6150 on the back cover and Cdmfp 6149 inside. The cassette version is identified as Tcmfp6149. The picture on the cover of this issue shows Peggy's face, one hand pensively under her chin; the coat she's wearing is also visible.}


CLOSE ENOUGH FOR LOVE
[DRG Masters]
1. FRANCE. - Le Chante Du Monde (Cdm) / Diffusion CD: Ldj 274 953 - Close Enough For Love ("Radio Nights" Series) (1991)
2. JAPAN. Drg/Victor LP: Vij 6353 - Close Enough For Love; Limited Edition (1980, although the label itself says 1979) {Notes: According to the label: "Made in Japan by Victor Musical Industries, Inc. under license from DRG Records Incorporated, New York, USA." I have also come across references to this Japanese edition under two slightly different catalogue numbers (Vig 6353, Vic 353), but have yet to find corroboration of their physical existence.


CRAZY IN THE HEART
[Compilation of Decca masters]
1. JAPAN. Mca LP: Mcl 1012 - Crazy In The Heart


DREAM STREET
[Decca Masters]
1. JAPAN. Mca LP: 3093 - Dream Street (1974)
2. JAPAN. Decca Pioneer CD: 25P2-2830 - Dream Street (1989)
3. JAPAN. Mca Victor CD: Mccm 263 — Dream Street ("Decca Vocal" Series) (1992)
4. JAPAN. Decca Victor CD: 25996 - Dream Street {Erroneous entry? Listed online; have never found any other corroborating sites or sources}
5. JAPAN. Mca LP: Mvjj 30050 - Dream Street (1995)
6. JAPAN. Universal Victor CD: Mvcj 1995 - Dream Street ("Songs Cafe" Series) (November 1999)
7. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 9334 - Dream Street (January 2007)
8. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 9632 - Dream Street (December 2008)
9. NEW ZEALAND. Festival LP: Fr 12 1475 - Dream Street
10. SPAIN/JAPAN. LPTime CD: Lpt 1160 - Dream Street (September 2011)
{Note about the two earliest Japanese CDs: Three bonus tracks. "Autumn In Rome," "Baubles, Bangles And Beads," and "Do I Love You."}
{Note about the 1999 and 2008 Japanese CDs: Mini-LP cardboard editions.}
{Note: Curiously, the cover of the Festival LP is yet another variation on the same drawing found in the cover of the American Decca album. (The other variation is the cover of the UK Brunswick LP.) In the Festival Records cover, Lee is looking to her left, and his face is slightly down, rather than straight up. Her features are drawn less soft than in the other versions; her eyes are unusually (and inaccurately) blue. The collar of her dress -- a coat -- is in a darker green than in the original USA cover. The street, located on the left, is the same as in the other versions, but part of it has been cut, thereby making it possible for a second street to show up on the right side of the cover.}


EARLY YEARS, THE ("CAPITOL COLLECTORS SERIES")
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Emi Toshiba CD: Tocp 7384 - The Early Years, Volume 1 ("Hits Songs For You" Series) (1992)


EXTRA SPECIAL!
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Tojj 5909 - Extra Special!




FABULOUS PEGGY LEE, THE
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Mca LP: (7)4461 - The Fabulous Peggy Lee
1. DENMARK. Official/Charly LP: Off 12002 - The Fabulous Peggy Lee (1988) {Second photo above}
2. JAPAN. Decca LP: 10148 - The Fabulous Peggy Lee
3. JAPAN. Mca LP: 3155 - The Fabulous Peggy Lee (1976)
4. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 9109 - The Fabulous Peggy Lee ("Decca 70th Anniversary" Series) (November 2004) {First photo above}
5. NEW ZEALAND. Festival LP: SFL 931 378 - The Fabulous Peggy Lee
6. SPAIN/JAPAN. LPTime CD: Lpt 1125 - The Fabulous Peggy Lee (September 2010)
{Note about the Danish LP: Includes new and extensive liner notes by John Martland. The cover, different from the American original on Decca, can be seen in section IX of this page.}
{Note about the 2004 Japanese CD: Mini-LP cardboard edition.}
{Note about the LPTime CD: Produced in Spain for distribution in Japan only. Includes 8 bonus tracks.}
{Note about the Australian LP: same catalogue number and artwork as the original American album, but the back cover identifies the label as MCA instead of Decca per se, and the different manufacturing company is identified.}


FEVER [EP ]
[Capitol Masters]
1. ARGENTINA. Capitol/Emi EP: 1052 - Fiebre (1971)
2. AUSTRALIA. Capitol EP: Eap 1 1052 - Fever
{Note: The catalogue number of the American original is Eap 1 1052.}
{Note about the Argentinian EP: It translates the song's titles into Spanish. The songs are "Fiebre," "Tú no sabes," "Escucha al rockin' bird," and "Nena, espérame." Online, I have seen three Spanish editions of the EP, each one (mis?)identified by sellers as being of Argentinian origin. All three covers can be seen in this discography's pictorial EP page, entry VII.}


GUITARS ALA LEE
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 8073 - Guitars Ala Lee [same cover as USA original]




HITS OF PEGGY LEE, THE / BEST OF PEGGY LEE, THE
[Capitol Masters]
1. ASIA. Capitol LP: Csj 701 - The Hits Of Peggy Lee
2. AUSTRALIA. Capitol LP: Nkc 40041 - The Hits Of Peggy Lee
3. CZECHOSLOVAKIA. Supraphon LP: 11 0466-1 - The Best Of Peggy Lee (1988)
4. ISRAEL. Capitol LP: Pocs 1021 - The Best Of Peggy Lee
5. NETHERLANDS. Capitol LP: 5C 054.80056 - The Hits Of Peggy Lee; The Best Of Peggy Lee {Second photo above}
{General note: The American version, entitled The Hits Of Peggy Lee, is an 11-track album released in 1968 as part of Capitol's "Star Line" series. The British version, titled The Best Of Peggy Lee, is an expanded, 16-track album that was originally released in 1968, and re-released later on. These two versions have different covers. A photo of the 1968 British edition has been supplied above.}
{Note about the Asian LP: The cover shows the same photo of Lee as the American version of The Hits of Peggy Lee, with one difference. It is a head shot of Lee with a leopard skin behind her. The difference is that the Asian album's photo has been colored yellow.}
{Note about the Czech LP: Licensed from Capitol. This album contains 14 of the 16 tracks in the British version. Missing are "Why Don't You Do Right?" and "I'll Only Miss Him When I Think Of Him."}
{Note about the Israeli LP: Different cover from American and British versions. Also different from #1 above. A head shot of Lee, the same one that was used for the cover of the Capitol album Bewitching-Lee!, but with a pitch-black frame.}
{Note about the LP from the Netherlands: I have not seen a physical copy of this album. If online listings are correct, then the album contains 15 of the 16 tracks in the British version. Missing is "I'll Only Miss Him When I Think Of Him."}


I LIKE MEN! [EP, LP]
[Capitol Masters]
1. ARGENTINA. Capitol EP: Eap 1 1131 - ¡Me gustan los hombres! (1959)
2. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Ecj 60029 - I Like Men! (1983)
3. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj 9754 - I Like Men! ("Female Jazz Vocal Collection" Series) (2013)
{Note about the Argentinian EP: It is the counterpart of the American EP that has the same catalogue number. In addition to the album's title, its tracks are also given translated names: "Charley, my muchacho," "Joe bueno para nada," "Me gustan los hombres," "Estoy loca por Harry."}


I'M A WOMAN [EP]
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Capitol EP: Eap 20 512 - I'm A Woman (aka Fever)
2. FRANCE. Capitol EP: Eap 1 20 444 - I'm A Woman (1963)
3. GERMANY. Capitol EP: K 41.590 - I'm A Woman
4. JAPAN. Capitol EP: Cp 4183 - A Taste Of Honey
{General note: In the United States, no EP titled I'm A Woman seems to have been released. The original I'm A Woman EP issue is instead British Eap 4 1857, which contains 4 of the numbers in the 12" LP. Of the EPs listed herein, only the German one contains the exact same tracks as the British version, although its cover photo is different. The Japanese EP contains three tracks from the LP and one song from a different, 1964 LP. The Australian EP combines two numbers from the LP with two earlier hit songs -- "Fever" and "Heart." The French EP is only marginally related to the LP; it has been culled from the album Sugar 'n' Spice, with the song "I'm A Woman" thrown in for good measure. Incidentally, this French EP uses an original, very interesting cover photo, not seen anywhere else: a shot of Lee performing at Basin Street East; it is different from the one used for the cover of the album Basin Street East Presents Peggy Lee.}


I'M A WOMAN [LP]
[Capitol Masters]
1. GERMANY. Capitol LP: Stk 83.598 - I'm A Woman
2. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Csp 1140 - I'm A Woman [same artwork as USA original; red wax vinyl]
3. NETHERLANDS. Emi LP: 5C 038 85558 - I'm A Woman
{Note about Capitol Csp 1140: red wax vinyl.}



IF YOU GO
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: 2LP 173 - If You Go [red wax vinyl]
2. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Ecs 70028 - If You Go ("Vocal Best Collection" Series) (1975)
3. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj 5393 - If You Go ("We Love Jazz" Series) (june 21, 1991)


IN LOVE AGAIN
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Capitol LP: Senc 9150 - In Love Again! ("Encore Series")
2. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7143 - In Love Again!


IN THE NAME OF LOVE
[Capitol Masters]
1. GERMANY. Capitol LP: Stk 83.800 - In The Name Of Love
2. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7266 - In The Name Of Love
2. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7322 - In The Name Of Love


IS THAT ALL THERE IS?
[Capitol Masters]
1. CANADA. Capitol LP: Sn 66073 - Is That All There Is?
2. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 8888 - Is That All There Is?
3. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Ecs 80166 - Is That All There Is?
4. NETHERLANDS. Emi Bovema LP: 1E 062 80352 - Is That All There Is?




JUMP FOR JOY AKA THE SONG IS YOU
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. World Record Club LP: Lm 87 - Jump For Joy
2. JAPAN. Capitol 10" LP: Olp 10 - Jump For Joy
3. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Csp 1019 - Jump For Joy
4. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Ecs 80167 - Jump For Joy (1975)
5. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj 9759 - Jump For Joy ("Female Jazz Vocal Collection" Series) (2013)
6. NETHERLANDS. Capitol EP: Eap 979 - Jump For Joy
7. NETHERLANDS. Music For Pleasure LP: Mfp 5092 - Peggy Lee {Second photo above; also seen above is Music For Pleasure's British edition, which bears its own title, The Song Is You}
{Note about the Dutch EP: Just two of the four songs are the same ones as in the American counterpart: "Jump For Joy" and "When My Sugar Walks Down The Street." The songs different from the USA EP are "What A Little Moonlight Can Do" and "Music, Music, Music!".}


LADY AND THE TRAMP, SONGS FROM WALT DISNEY'S [EP]
[Decca Masters]
1. FRANCE. Cid EP: Eus 100 558 - La Belle Et Le Clochard
2a. SPAIN. Columbia EP: Ecge 70169 - Lady And The Tramp / La Dama y El Vagabundo
2b. SPAIN. Columbia EP: Ecge 70170 - Lady And The Tramp / La Dama y El Vagabundo
2c. SPAIN. Columbia EP: Ecge ?78795 - Lady And The Tramp / La Dama y El Vagabundo
{Note about the French EP issue: There might have been two more EPs, the last one numbered 560.}
{Note about the Spanish EPs: All three covers show the same photo of Peggy Lee, which was also used for the cover of the original US Decca LP Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues. The three EPs present the photo against a white background; her blouse is colored differently in each EP. The third EP adds two songs not from the movie: "I Belong To You" and "How Bitter, My Sweet."}


LADY AND THE TRAMP, SONGS FROM WALT DISNEY'S [LP]
[Decca Masters]
1. BRAZIL. Decca 10" LP: Slp 7027 - Cançoes Do Filme De Walt Disney A Dama E O Vagabundo
2. FRANCE. Disneyland LP: St 3884 F - La Belle Et Le Clochard
3. JAPAN: Decca 10" LP: Jdl 16 - Songs From Walt Disney's Lady And The Tramp
4. JAPAN. Mca Victor LP: 7150 - Lady And the Tramp (1974)
5. NEW ZEALAND. Festival 10" LP: Fr 10 1186 - Songs From Lady And The Tramp
{Note about the Brazilian LP: The cover contains two drawings. One shows Lady & Tramp during the spaghetti scene, as they kiss one another. The other features them just standing one next to the other. Also includes a small black & white Peggy Lee photo, which is indeed from her Lady And The Tramp publicity sessions.}
{Note about the Festival LP: Its cover drawing is entirely different from the American original and the other covers. It shows the streets and two superimposed canine heads. One looks like Lady's, the other more like Trusty's than Tramp's. As with the American original and the Brazilian counterpart, there is also a relatively small photo of Peggy Lee, but it is a different photo.


LADY AND THE TRAMP, WALT DISNEY'S [DISNEY CD]
[Disney Masters]
1. EUROPE. Walt Disney / Emi CD: 0946 3 51037 2 4 - Walt Disney's Lady And The Tramp (2006)
2. FRANCE. Walt Disney CD: Wdr 360049 2 - Walt Disney's Lady And The Tramp (1997)
3. GERMANY. Walt Disney? CD: Edel 0103342 Dny - Walt Disney's Lady And The Tramp (2001)


LATIN ALA LEE! [EP]
[Capitol Masters]
1. DENMARK. Capitol EP: 4 1290 - Latin Ala Lee!
2. FRANCE. Capitol EP: 4 1290 - Latin Ala Lee!
{Note about the Dutch EP: Same as the USA EP Latin Ala Lee, Part 1 except for the track "The Surrey With The Fringe On Top," which is from Part 2 of the USA series.}
{Note about the French EP: Same as the USA EP Latin Ala Lee, Part 1 except for the track "Hey There," which is from Part 2 of the USA series. Excluded was "I Enjoy Being A Girl."}


LATIN ALA LEE! [LP]
[Capitol Masters]
1. ARGENTINA. Capitol LP: 29150 - Ritmos Latinos A La Manera De Peggy Lee
2. ASIA. RockInMusic's Audiophile Classic CD: Ac 026 - Latin Ala Lee (2015)
3. JAPAN. Capitol 10" LP: Olp 59 - Latin Ala Lee!
4. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Cp 7091 - Latin Ala Lee!
5. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Ecs 50117 - Latin Ala Lee! ("The 40th Anniversary Of Capitol" Series") (ca. 1982)
6. NETHERLANDS. Emi Disc LP: C 048.51764 - Latin Ala Lee!
{Note about the Japanese 10" LP: Data found online claims that it has a total of six tracks. That's incorrect. The album features 10 of the 12 tracks from the !2" edition.}


LATIN ALA LEE! / OLÉ ALA LEE! [CD]
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj Cp32 5418 - Latin Ala Lee! / Olé Ala Lee! ("We Love Jazz" Series) (November 1991)


LET'S LOVE
[Atlantic Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Atlantic LP/CS: __ /M5A 18108 - Let's Love
2. FRANCE. Atlantic LP: 50 064 - Let's Love (1974)
3. JAPAN. Atlantic LP: P 8511 A - Let's Love
4. JAPAN. Warner CD: Wcpr 27300 - Let's Love (2013, February 20; 16 tracks)
5. ITALY. Atlantic LP: K 50 064 - Let's Love (1974)
6. MÉXICO. Atlantic Gamma LP: Gx 01 750 - Let's Love (1976)


LIVE, 1947-1952
[Radio Broadcast Tapes]
[Original: British 1993 Jazz Band CD containing various Peggy Lee radio shows.]
1. GERMANY. Jazz Band CD: 875779 - Live, 1947-1952


LIVE IN LONDON
[Polydor Masters]
[Original: A British CS/LP on the Polydor label.]
1. AUSTRALIA. Rainbow Cassette: 2Rpgc 7294 - Live In London
2. CANADA. Polydor LP: 2482 415 - Live In London
3. JAPAN. Polydor LP: Mpf 1091 - Live In London
4. UNITED STATES. Mercury LP: Srm 1 1172 - Live In London
{Note about the Canadian version: Abbreviated from 16 to 10 tracks. Seems to have received a very limited release.}
{Note about the American version: Abbreviated from 16 to 10 tracks. Seems to have received a very limited release.}


LOVE HELD LIGHTLY
[Harbinger Masters]
1. JAPAN. Angel CD: Phhc 5021- Love Held Lightly


LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME [EP]
See below, under Foreign Albums With No American Counterpart.


LOVER [EP]
See below, under Foreign Albums With No American Counterpart.


LOVER [LP]
[Decca Masters]
1. JAPAN. Decca LP: Sdl 10169 - Lover
2. JAPAN. Mca LP: 3113 - Lover (1974)
3. JAPAN. Decca CD: Uccc 9042 - Lover (November 2002)
4. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 9336 - Lover (January 2007)
{Note about Decca LP Sdl 10169: manufactured by Teichiku Records in Japan.}
{Note about the Japanese CDs: I have also come across vague, possibly erroneous online listings for a 2006 edition with the number 9880473 attached to the listing. One of the reasons why I believe the listing to be erroneous is that the hypothetical CD is said to be on Verve.}


MAKE IT WITH YOU
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 80178 - Make It With You



MAN I LOVE, THE
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Capitol LP: Enc 9066 - The Man I Love (issued twice, with different artwork) {The first photo above shows the second issue. }
2. AUSTRALIA. Emi Music For Pleasure LP: - Peggy Lee Mfpa 8094 (1970; also issued in UK, with the different artwork seen in the second photo above)
3. FRANCE. Capitol EP: Eap 4 864 - Peggy Lee [only EP tracked down]
4. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Prp 45 - The Man I Love (1973) (promotional item; offered to customers to bought 10 or more discs in the same series)
5. JAPAN. Emi Toshiba LP: Ecj 50063 - The Man I Love ("Jazz Great 1800" Series) (1982)
6. JAPAN. Emi Toshiba CD: Tocj Cp32 5356 - The Man I Love ("We Love Jazz" Series) (November 21, 1990)
7. JAPAN. Emi Toshiba CD: Tocj 9467 - The Man I Love (December 2002)
8. JAPAN. Echo Industry CD: Ejc 728 - The Man I Love; That's All ("Greatest Jazz" Series)
9. NETHERLANDS. Capitol LP: 5c 038 85434 - The Man I Love
{Note about the French EP: The photo on its cover is different from the one used in the American EPs -- and on the American LP. It's a relatively rare face shot of Peggy.}
{Note about the 2002 Japanese CD: Mini-LP cardboard edition.}


MINK JAZZ
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Csp 1151 - Mink Jazz (1960s)
2. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7325 - Mink Jazz
3. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Ecj 50087 ("Jazz Great 1800" Series) - Mink Jazz (1983)
4. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj Cp32 5342 - Mink Jazz ("We Love Jazz" Series) (1990 is the production date on the CD itself; August 23, 1991 the date on the back on the CD's back sleeve.)
5. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj 9327 - Mink Jazz (July 2001)
{Notes about the 2001 Japanese CD: Mini-LP cardboard edition. Includes same 5 bonus tracks as USA Capitol Jazz counterpart.)


MIRRORS
[A&M Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Festival LP: L 35727 - Mirrors
2. GERMANY. A&M LP: 89.633 Tt - Mirrors
3. JAPAN. A&M LP: Gp 273 - Mirrors (Manufactured by King Records)
4. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uciy 3333 - Mirrors (October 2001; re-pressed in 2003)
{Note about the Japanese 2001 CD: A key line from the track "The Case Of MJ" has been edited out.}


MISS PEGGY LEE
[Columbia Masters; United States original: Harmony LP, released in 1970.]
Foreign counterparts:
1. JAPAN. Cbs LP: S 52 866 - Miss Peggy Lee


[MISS] PEGGY [LEE] SINGS THE BLUES
See below, under P, Peggy Lee Sings The Blues [Miss].

MISS WONDERFUL [EP]
See below, under Foreign Albums With No American Counterpart.




MISS WONDERFUL [LP]
[Decca Masters]
1. DENMARK. Official/Charly LP: Off 12013 - Miss Wonderful (1989) {Second photo above}
2. JAPAN. Mca LP: Japan 3092 - Miss Wonderful (1974)
3. JAPAN. Mca LP: Japan Vim 5613 - Miss Wonderful (1982)
4. JAPAN. Mca Victor CD: Mvcm 262 - Miss Wonderful (1992; also 1998)
5. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 9041 - Miss Wonderful (November 2002) {First photo above}
6. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 9335 - Miss Wonderful (January 2007)
{Note about Miss Wonderful - A Festival Little Album: Although this EP bears the same title as the album under discussion, the only track that they share is the hit single "Mr. Wonderful." I have listed this EP in the sessionography of this discography, too.}
{Note about the Danish LP: Includes new and extensive liner notes by Stan Britt. The photo on the cover is different from the photo used in the USA Decca LP. It is b&w, with pink & green stripes on the left of the cover. (This photo was used for the Avid CD Sings For You, too.) Also included in the cover of this Dutch LP -- and in most others Official reissues -- is a small insert that shows the original Decca cover.}
{Note about the 2002 Japanese CD: Mini-LP cardboard edition.}


MOMENTS LIKE THIS
[Chesky Masters]
1. JAPAN. Chesky & Nippon Phonogram CD: Phcc 5021 Jd 84 - Moments Like This


MY BEST TO YOU
[Capitol Masters]
To my knowledge, no foreign releases.


NATURAL WOMAN, A
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. World Record Club LP: R 02199 - A Natural Woman
2. GERMANY. Capitol LP: STK 83598 - A Natural Woman
3. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 8757 - A Natural Woman


NEW AMERICAN JAZZ
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cr 8801 - New American Jazz
{Note: Contains just two numbers in which Peggy Lee participates, "Ain't Goin' No Place" and "That Old Feeling." Since I have not seen a physical copy, I need further corroboration of this Japanese album's existence.}


NORMA DELORIS EGSTROM FROM JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Ecp 80634 - Norma Deloris Egstrom From Jamestown, North Dakota (1972?)


OLÉ ALA LEE!
[Capitol Masters]
[See also Latin Ala Lee / Olé Ala Lee]
1. AUSTRALIA. World Record Club LP: T 4068 - Olé Ala Lee!
2. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Csp 1062 - Olé Ala Lee!
3. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7091 - Olé Ala Lee!
4. JAPAN. Capitol LP: 2lp 160 - Olé Ala Lee!


PASS ME BY
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7399 - Pass Me By


PEGGY [Polydor]
[Polydor Masters]
[The original is a British CS/LP on Polydor Records.]
1. AUSTRALIA. Polydor LP: - Peggy (1977)
2. JAPAN. Polydor LP: Mpf 1132 - Peggy (1977)




PEGGY LEE [Capitol EP]
[[Capitol Masters; EP #1 1591]
1. GERMANY. Capitol EP: __ - Peggy Lee ("2 + 2" Series, Volume 31)
{Note: This German version of US Capitol EP #1-1591 contains the same songs but its front cover is different. As made evident in the second photo above, the cover shows a very reduced version of the same photo that graces the American LP Norma Deloris Egstrom From Jamestown, North Dakota. For easier identification, a photo of the US original has also been supplied above.]


PEGGY LEE [Capitol CD]
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. 1992 Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocp 7384 - Peggy Lee (Capitol Collectors Series / "Hit Songs For You" Series)
{Note: This is the Japanese version of Lee's CD in the Capitol Collectors series.}


PEGGY LEE [Decca]
[Decca Masters]
In print sources, the original Decca album Songs In An Intimate Style is found sometimes with the erroneous title Peggy Lee. For details about this particular album, see below, under the correct title.

All other Decca-related LPs and CDs bearing the title Peggy Lee are compilations, not original albums. Most of them are from Japanese reissue series. In the sessionography, I have entered all of those of which I am aware; herein I'm offering, as a sample, just two of them.

1. Peggy Lee ("Best 22" Series)
As far as I can ascertain, this Mca CD was originally released in Japan in 1986, with catalogue number 35 Xd 510. In 1990, MCA reissued it with catalogue number Mvcm 28009.

2. Peggy Lee ("Best Selection" Series)
The listing that I have for this Japanese CD title identifies it as an Echo Industry release, catalogue number Evc 3035. I have another listing for what seems to be the same title, but with a different catalogue number (Evc 327) and from a different series ("Super Selection" series). No known year of release in all cases.


PEGGY [LEE] SINGS THE BLUES [MISS]
[Polydor Masters]
1. UNITED KINGDOM/GERMANY. Decca/Limelight/Polygram CD: 820 809 2 - Miss Peggy Lee Sings The Blues
(November 1989)
2. JAPAN. Phonogram CD: Phce 5015 - [Miss] Peggy [Lee] Sings The Blues
{Note about the Decca/Limelight CD: Produced by the Decca Record Company, located in London, but manufactured in West Germany.}


PEGGY LEE SINGS WITH BENNY GOODMAN
[Columbia Masters; United States original: Harmony LP, released in 1956.]
Foreign counterparts:
1. CANADA. Cbs LP: 7465 7005 2 - Peggy Lee Sings Goodman ("Collector's Choice" Series)


PEGGY LEE WITH DAVE BARBOUR
See bottom of this section, under Foreign Albums With No American or British Counterpart.


PEGGY LEE'S GREATEST!
[Capitol Masters]
1. FRANCE. Pathé Marconi LP: C 054 80254 - Peggy Lee's Greatest!
2. GERMANY. EMI LP: C 052 80.254 - Peggy Lee's Greatest!
3. ISRAEL. Capitol/CBS LP: 052 80254 - Peggy Lee's Greatest! (1977)
4. ITALY? Emi LP: - Greatest Hits (1984)
5. PORTUGAL. CAPITOL LP: 11C 076 80254 - Peggy Lee's Greatest!
{Note: There is also an Indian LP that bears the tittle Peggy Lee's Greatest! but whose tracks are different.}




PETE KELLY'S BLUES, SONGS FROM
[Decca Masters]
1. ARGENTINA? Decca LP: 42-32 - Taverna Maldita
2. JAPAN. Decca LP: Jdl 5084 - Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues {First photo above}
2. JAPAN. Mca LP: Vim 7240 - Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues (1984 or 1985)
3. JAPAN. Universal Victor CD: Mvcj 19197 - Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues ("Songs Cafe" Series) (November 1999)
4. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 9088 - Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues (November 2004)
5. NEW ZEALAND. Festival EP: Fr 10 538 - Somebody Loves Me [aka Peggy Lee] (1962)
6. NEW ZEALAND. Festival LP: Fr 12 889 - Songs From Pete Kelly's Blues {Second photo above}
{Note about the 1999 and 2004 CDs: Mini-LP cardboard editions.}
{Note about the Festival LP: Entirely different cover from the American Decca original. Against a red background with a few drawings done in white, there's a head shot of Peggy in the top right corner, a shot of Ella Fitzgerald in the bottom left corner.}


PRETTY EYES
[Capitol Masters]
1. FRANCE. Pathe Marconi CS/LP: Pm 26 0913 4/1 - Pretty Eyes ["Nostalgia" Reissue Series]
2. URUGUAY. Capitol LP: 1401 - Pretty Eyes
{Note: The so-called Uruguayan album -- could actually be Argentinian -- does not use the photo from the original American album. Actually, it uses no photo at all. Its blue and white canvas is empty except for the title and the singer's name.}


RENDEZVOUS WITH PEGGY LEE
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Capitol 10" LP: Clp 034 - Rendezvous With Peggy Lee
2. FRANCE. Pathé Marconi CS & LP: Pm 154 773 4 & Pm 154 773 1- Rendezvous With Peggy Lee ("Retrospect" Reissue Series) (March 1984)
3. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj 5079 - Rendezvous With Peggy Lee
4. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Tojj 6001 - Rendezvous With Peggy Lee (April 1995)
5. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj Cp32 6079 - Rendezvous With Peggy Lee ("Female jazz Vocal Collection" Series) (January 1997)
6. NETHERLANDS. Emi-Bovema EP: 151 - Rendezvous With Peggy Lee ("Capitol E.P. Kollektie" Series)
{Note about the Australian LP: its total number of tracks is unknown to me; might be eight}
{Note about the Pathé Marconi issue: it also carries catalogue code Pm 407. One of my sources wrongly claims that this issue has two bonus tracks, "Sugar" and "Save Your Sorrow For Tomorrow." There are no bonus tracks in this issue.}
{Note about Japanese Toshiba CD 5079:  Its existence is in doubt.  I have never seen a physical copy. The only source claiming its existence was an online listing from a seller. The seller could have simply made a typographical error, entering the CD's number as 5079 instead of 6079. Then again, available data about Japanese issues is too scarce and fragmented to refute the possible existence of this or any other alleged CD edition. The matter thus remains unsolved.}
{Note about the Dutch EP: contains four songs}


ROAD TO BALI, SELECTIONS FROM THE PARAMOUNT PICTURE
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Columbia ?LP: Os 7503 - Road To Bali
2. SPAIN. Columbia EP: Ecge 70.022 - El Camino De Bali (Serie De "Canto Y Música De Películas") (1955)
{Note: On each of these albums, Peggy Lee participates on just two numbers, "Moon Flowers" and "Merry-go-runaround."}




SEA SHELLS
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Festival LP: Fl 7050 - Sea Shells (1958)
2. GERMANY. Brunswick LP: 87 026 Lpbm - Sea Shells (possibly 1958)
3. JAPAN. Decca LP: Jdl 5085 - Sea Shells {First photo above}
4. JAPAN. Decca LP: Sdl 10324 - Sea Shells {Second photo above}
4. JAPAN. Mca LP: 7099 - Sea Shells (1972)
5. JAPAN. Mca Victor LP: Vim 5587 - Sea Shells
6. JAPAN. Decca Pioneer CD: 25P2 2831 - Sea Shells (1989 or earlier)
7. JAPAN. Mca Victor CD: Mvcm 264 - Sea Shells (1992)
8. JAPAN. Decca CD: Mvcj 19196 - Sea Shells ("Songs Cafe" Series) (Mini-LP Sleeve) (November 1999)
9. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 5135 - Sea Shells ("Jazz The Best" Series) (May 2003)
10. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 9563 - Sea Shells (December 2007)
11. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 6224 - Sea Shells ("Jazz The Best" Series) (March 21, 2012)
12. JAPAN. Universal CD: Uccu 99199 - Sea Shells ("Essential Jazz 100" Series) (September 30, 2015)
{Note about the 1999 Japanese CD: Mini-LP cardboard edition.}


SHARKY'S MACHINE
[A&M Masters Movie soundtrack, containing one Peggy Lee vocal recorded specifically for this project.]
1. JAPAN. A&M LP: P 11143 - Sharkey's Machine (1981)


SOMEBODY LOVES ME [EP]
See below, under Foreign Albums With No American Counterpart.


SOMETHIN' GROOVY!
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 8264 - Somethin' Groovy!
{Note: red wax vinyl.}


SONG IS YOU, THE
See above, Jump For Joy.


SONGS FOR MY MAN
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. LP: Axis 6329 - Songs For My Man
2. NETHERLANDS. Emi Bovema CS/LP: 5C 050.82223 - Songs For My Man (1977)
{Note: This compilation was not released in the United States. It seems to have originated in the United Kingdom.}




SONGS IN AN INTIMATE STYLE
[Decca Masters]
1. BRAZIL. Decca 10" LP: Ltn 54 - Peggy Lee E Suas Interpretaçoes {Second photo above}
2. JAPAN. Decca CD: Icd 273 - Songs In An intimate Style (1999)
3. NEW ZEALAND. Festival EP & 10" LP: Cfr 10 589 - Songs In An intimate Style {First photo above}
{Note about the Brazilian LP: It contains the same 8 songs as the American Decca album, but its cover is different from the American original. The Brazilian item shows a drawing of a blonde, vaguely reminiscent of Peggy Lee, wearing a white blouse, a long black skirt, and a black hat. Surrounding three quarters of the cover is a garland of pink and white roses.}
{Note about the Japanese CD: Mini-LP cardboard edition. Not for sale. Sent out as an incentive to customers who bought the 20-CD set "Universal Female Vocal Collection."}
{Note about the issues from New Zealand. I have corroborated the EP's existence, but the 10" LP might not actually exist; corroboration is still pending.}


SUGAR 'N' SPICE
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7060 - Sugar 'n' Spice
2. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj Cp32 9651 - Sugar 'n' Spice (May or June 2005)
{Note about the 2005 Japanese CD: Mini-LP cardboard edition.}
{Note about the Japanese CD edition: I do not own a copy of this CD, but I have seen a sealed cover. The back cover lists the original 12 tracks -- no bonus tracks. The bonus-track-edition that was issued in the USA (catalogue number 25249) might have been re-pressed for release in Japan, too. If so, that edition would feature the same catalogue number as the American counterpart, and might not show any differences, aside from -- perhaps -- the addition of an obi.}


SWINGING MISS L, THE [EP]
See below, under Foreign Albums With No American Counterpart.


THEN WAS THEN [AND] NOW IS NOW!
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7470 - Then Was Then Now Is Now! ("Jazz Vocal Series")
{Note: red wax vinyl.}


THERE'LL BE ANOTHER SPRING; THE PEGGY LEE SONGBOOK
[MusicMasters Masters]
1. GERMANY. Limelight/Polygram CD: 820 821 2 - There'll Be Another Spring (1990)
2. JAPAN. Phonogram CD: Phce 5030 - There'll Be Another Spring
3. JAPAN. Venus CD: Tkcz 36031 - There'll Be Another Spring (1997)
4. UNKNOWN. Disc Kiosk CD: __ - There'll Be Another Spring ("On Demand" series) (2006)
{Note about the Limelight CD: I have also found it listed as released in Great Britain with the same catalogue number. Most likely, it was produced in the United Kingdom but manufactured in Germany.}




THINGS ARE SWINGIN'
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. World Record Club LP: S 8067 - Things Are Swingin' {Note: first photo above. There is also a British edition from the same label. Pictured at the bottom of this page, its front cover is different from both the original American and this Australian edition.}
2. ARGENTINA. Capitol LP: 1049 - Todo Se Dice Con Swing
3. FRANCE. Pathé Marconi CS/LP: Pm 156 619 4/1 - Things Are Swingin' ("Retrospect" Reissue Series) (December 1985)
4. FRANCE. Carrefour - Blue Note CD: 50999 505469 2 3 -Things Are Swingin' (The Blue Note Collection) (2007) {Second photo above}
5. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 7321 - Things Are Swingin'
6. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Csp 1055 - Things Are Swingin'
7. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi LP: Ecj 60044 - Things Are Swingin' ("The Vocal Entertainment 2000, Part 2" Series) (1987)
8. JAPAN. Toshiba-Emi CD: Tocj 9753 - Things Are Swingin' ("Female Jazz Vocal Collection" Series) (2013)
9. NETHERLANDS. Emi LP: 5C 038 85435 - Things Are Swingin' (1977 or 1980; sources in disagreement)
{Note about Capitol Cp 7312: red wax vinyl.}


TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Emi & His Master's Voice LP: St 105 - Two Shows Nightly (1968)
2. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Cp 8597 - Two Shows Nightly (1968)
3. NEW ZEALAND. Emi LP: St 105 - Two Shows Nightly (1968)
{Note about the Japanese LP: It's on red wax vinyl, as was the case for most Japanese Emi LP releases from this period. Distributed by Everclear Records.}
{Note about Australian LPs: Details are scant. It is possible that this album was also released on Australian EMI.}


UNCOLLECTED PEGGY LEE, THE
[The original is an American album, consisting of radio transcriptions and radio broadcast numbers.]
1. JAPAN. Hindsight CD & LP: R 28j 3117 & Rjl 3117 - The Uncollected Peggy Lee (ca. 1989)
2. JAPAN. Hindsight CD: Bvcj 2054 - The Uncollected Peggy Lee (1994)


VERY BEST OF PEGGY LEE, THE
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Emi/Drum CS: Tc Senc 16150 (Drum 4154) - The Very Best Of Peggy Lee {1973?)
2. NETHERLANDS. Emi Bovema LP: 5C 062.81357 - The Very Best Of Peggy Lee
{Note: The original is a compilation that was released in the United Kingdom, with no counterpart in the United States.}
{Note about the Australian LP: Whereas the British version contains 16 tracks, this Australian version has only 12. The 4 skipped tracks were "Fever," "Alright, Okay, You Win," "Makin' Whoopee," and "What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?" I am aware of the cassette and the LP only, but an 8-track tape is a possibility as well. The catalogue numbers that I am listing are very tentative; they could be incorrect.}


WHERE DID THEY GO?
[Capitol Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. World Record Club CS/LP: C 02595 / R 02199 - Where Did They Go?
2. Japan. Capitol LP: Cp 80342 - Where Did They Go?


WHITE CHRISTMAS, SELECTIONS FROM IRVING BERLIN'S
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA, Columbia LP: 330 SX 7506 - Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas (1955)
2. BRAZIL. Decca LP: Mg 3780 - Natal Branco (1955)
3. FRANCE. Cid LP: 263.539 - Noel Blanc
4. JAPAN. Mca LP: 7151 (Map S3768) - Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas (1974)
5. JAPAN. Mca LP: Vim 7277 - Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas (1981)
6. JAPAN. Mca Victor CD: Mvcm 172 - Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas (1994)
{Note about album covers: The frontal artwork for this album underwent variation from one country to the other. Most notably, the photos of Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, and Peggy Lee are not always the same ones, and some editions omit the photo of Irving Berlin. If curious and wanting to take a comparative look, go to this page.}


WOMAN ALONE WITH THE BLUES, A
[Decca Masters]
This anthological CD from the Spanish label Blue Moon was also released by EMI itself in Asia.





II. FOREIGN ALBUMS WITH NO AMERICAN OR BRITISH COUNTERPART


Peggy Lee's original albums were all released in the United States or in the United Kingdom. As already explained, foreign editions of such original albums are the primary target of the present page. In this section, I am listing a few miscellaneous foreign albums that could be perceived as original insofar as they have no American or British counterpart. The listing is selective; I could have also included numerous compilations that have been issued abroad only, especially in Japan. (A fair number of them belong to special series with titles such as Best Now, Deluxe, Double Deluxe, Excel One, Golden Double, Golden Compact, On Silver Screen, Twin Best, and This Is. ) While left unlisted herein, such compilations are included in the regular, main pages of this discography -- i.e., in the sessions and the indexes. All the albums listed below have also been entered in the indexes and the sessionography.


Black Coffee [Festival]
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Festival EP: Fx 10-536 - Black Coffee (ca. 1962)
{Notes: The cover shows the same photo that graces the American Decca LP The Best Of Peggy Lee (Dxb 164). Tracks: "Black Coffee," "Just One Of Those Things," "This Is A Very Special Day," "Bye Bye Blackbird." The last track is identified on the back; the front cover erroneously lists instead "Pete Kelly's Blues," an Ella Fitzgerald rendition.}


Elmer's Tune; Benny Goodman, Vocals By Peggy Lee
[Columbia Masters]
1. JAPAN. Cbs Sony LP: Sopj 22-23 - Elmer's Tune; Benny Goodman, Vocals By Peggy Lee (1972)
{Note: Partially titled after the 1947 eight-song 78-rpm album that was the first full Goodman-Lee album release, this Japanese LP set actually includes all the Columbia masters that the pair jointly recorded, and also a few alternate takes. 32 tracks. The drawing on the cover (a clarinet) is the same one used on the 1947 album.


Hit Parade
[Decca Master]
1. Brunswick EP: 0e 9340 - Hit Parade
{Note: This is a various artists Decca compilation that contains just one Peggy Lee vocal, "Mr. Wonderful." The EP appears to have been pressed in both Great Britain and Germany, with the same catalogue number. I suspect that th original version of this compilation was made in the USA, but if so, I have yet to find any traces of its existence.}


Love Me Or Leave Me
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Festival EP: 10 537 - Love Me Or Leave Me (ca. 1962)
{Notes: I have not seen the cover of this EP, but I suspect it to be the same photo that graces the American Decca LP The Best Of Peggy Lee (Dxb 164). Tracks: "Love Me or Leave Me," "My Heart Belongs To Daddy," "There's A Small Hotel," "They Can't Take that Away From Me."}


Lover [EP]
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Festival EP: Fx 5003 - Lover (1958)
{Notes: The cover shows a drawing of Peggy Lee in the act of singing. She is wearing a purple dress, with a long pearl necklace around her neck. In the greenish background wood and shrubs are shown. The model for this drawing of Lee is obviously a still from the movie Peter Kelly's Blues. Tracks: "Lover," "Just One Of Those Things," "This Is A Very Special Day," "Baubles, Bangles And Beads."}


Miss Wonderful [EP]
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Festival EP: Fx 5097 - Miss Wonderful (1958?)
{Note: The white & brown cover shows a relatively small mid-1950s b&w photo of Peggy in a tight dark dress. It is from the same photo sessions as the artwork of Brunswick's Presenting Peggy Lee and Pete Kelly's Blues. Tracks: "Mr. Wonderful," "Apples, Peaches And Cherries," "You Go To My Head," "I've Grown Accustomed To His Face."}


Peggy Lee With Dave Barbour
[Capitol Masters]
1. JAPAN. Capitol LP: Ecp 88169 - Peggy Lee With Dave Barbour (1974)
{Note: All the tracks in this 1974 anthology come from the period of 1945 to 1949, except for the closing track, Lee's 1959 recording of "My Man." The full track listing can be found in the LP Index, which is chronologically arranged by year of release.}


Portrait Of Peggy Lee, 1941-1942, A
[Columbia Masters]
1. JAPAN. Cbs Sony LP/CD: 20 Ap 1486 / 32Dp 563 - A Portrait Of Peggy Lee ("Enchantment Of Jazz" Vocal Series) (1986)
2. JAPAN. Cbs Sony CD: Sicp 124 - A Portrait Of Peggy Lee (May 2002)
{Note #1: This LP contains a total of 16 tracks. I am less certain about the two CDs, which I have never actually seen, except in photos online. The information at hand suggests that the earlier CD contains 16 tracks, just like its LP counterpart, and that the 2002 CD includes 8 more, for a total of 24 tracks. Same collectible cover in all three issues: a drawing of a young Lee on a rootpop, the Manhattan skyline behind her.}


Presenting Peggy Lee
[Decca Masters]
1. SCANDINAVIA. Brunswick EP: Bhe ?9344 - Presenting Peggy Lee
{Note: The counterpart of this issue is a British EP that bears the same title and uses the same artwork (a photo of Lee, also found in the Brunswick edition of the album Pete Kelly's Blues.) The tracks of the two EPs are different, however. Tracks in the Danish issue: "Mr. Wonderful," "The Gypsy With Fire In His Shoes," "Johnny Guitar," "I Don't Want To Play In Your Yard." For the tracks in the British version, consult miscellaneous page for British Issues.}


September In The Rain
[The original is an American album, consisting of radio transcriptions.]
1. JAPAN. Norma / Candlelite Collectors' Pressing LP: Nlp 1010 - September In The Rain (1998)
{Note: There could have been an American version of this album, but if such was the case, I have yet to find traces of it.}


Somebody Loves Me [EP]
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA. Festival EP: 10 538 - Somebody Loves Me (ca. 1962)
The cover shows the same photo that graces the American Decca LP The Best Of Peggy Lee (Dxb 164). Tracks: "Somebody Loves Me," "He Needs Me," "Sugar," "What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry."}


Swinging Miss L, THE [EP]
[Decca Masters]
1. AUSTRALIA,. Festival EP: 10535 - The Swinging Miss L (ca. 1962)
{Note: I have not seen the cover of this EP, but I suspect it to be the same photo that graces the American Decca LP The Best Of Peggy Lee (Dxb 164). Tracks: "I've Got You Under My Skin," "Baubles, Bangles And Beads," "It's Alright With Me," "Mr. Wonderful."}






III. PEGGY LEE'S SINGLES ABROAD
This section is organized by country of origin (alphabetically, from Argentina to Uruguay). Thus listed primarily under their country of release, the singles are sub-organized by record label (from Capitol to Odeón). I should clarify that, with a few exceptions, the singles listed below are
excluded from the session pages of this discography. The main reason for the exclusion is my policy to list only original singles [i.e., American or, in a few instances, British singles] in the sessionography. The listing herein offers foreign counterparts of such original American and British singles -- counterparts with different catalogue numbers. This matter will receive further discussion near the end of the present page.


ARGENTINA / URUGUAY

1
CAPITOL 78 #353548
Fiebre {Fever}
Tú No Sabes {You Don't Know}

2
CAPITOL AGADU 78 #20096 and also CAPITOL 45 #4349
Corazón {Heart}
Es Magnífico {C'est Magnifique}

3
CAPITOL 45 #2477
La Rueca {Spinning Wheel}
Apóyate En Mí {Lean On Me}

4
CAPITOL 45 #43720
Fiebre {Fever}
Tú No Sabes {You Don't Know}
Released in 1971.

5
COLUMBIA 78 #33048
¿Por Qué No Lo Haces Bien? {Why Don't You Do Right?}
Seis Departamentos Sin Amueblar {Six Flats Unfurnished}
{Note: The second title is an instrumental by The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

6
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 291385
If You Build A Better Mousetrap
[second title unknown]

7
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 291405
All I Need Is You
[second title unknown]

8
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 291533
¿Cuándo O Dónde? {Where Or When}
[second title unknown]

9
DECCA 78 #229069 A
Tiempo de sandías {Watermelon Weather}
El gorrión trasnochador {Sparrow In The TreeTop}
{Note: The second title is by Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters, sans Peggy Lee}

10
DECCA 78 #285140 A
Amado {Lover}
[second title unknown]

11
ODEÓN 78 #299105 A
[Decca masters]
Una De Esas Cosas {Just One Of Those Things}
[second title unknown]




AUSTRALIA
Note: For issues on Festival Records, see under New Zealand.

1
CAPITOL 78 #Cp 019
(When I Dance With You) I Get Ideas
Tonight You Belong To Me
{Note: Distributed by ARC.}

2
CAPITOL 78 #Cp 147
Bali Ha'i
Honey Bun And Happy Talk
{Note #1: The second title is an instrumental by Frank DeVol And His Orchestra.}
{Note#2: Distributed by ARC.}

3
CAPITOL 78 #Cp 149
There's Nothing Like A Dame
I'm Gonna Wash That Guy Right Outta My Hair
{Note #1: The first title is an instrumental by Dave Barbour.}
{Note #2: Singles #146, #147, #148, and #149 in the Capitol Cp series contain songs from South Pacific. I am left to wonder if these four consecutive South Pacific items are actually parts of an EP, rather than separate singles.}
{Note #3: Distributed by ARC.}

4
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1218
Every Night
Baby Wait For Me
{Note: Distributed by EMI.}

5
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1326
Fever
You Don't Know

6
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1354
Sweetheart
Light Of Love

7
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1363
My Man
Alright, OK, You Win

8
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1401
Heart
C'est Magnifique

9
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1461
Hey, Look Me Over
When He Makes Music

10
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1488
Tell All The World About You
Amazing

11
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1509
I'm A Woman
Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now)

12
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1519
The Alley Cat Song
Little Boat (O Barquinho)

13
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1525
I Believe In You
The Best Is Yet To Come
{Note: Also issued in the United Kingdom, but not in the United States.}

14
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1536
A Doodlin' Song
Got That Magic

15
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1601
Pass Me By
Bewitched

16
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1671
So What's New
Happy Feet
{Note: different from the USA single, which pairs "So, What's New?" with "Walking Happy,"
and from the UK version, which pairs "So, What's New?" with "Happy Feet."}

17
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1677
Big Spender
Trapped (In The Web Of Love)

18
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 1703
I Feel It
The Lonesome Road

19
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 8922
Is That All There Is?
Spinning Wheel
{Note: Same pairing as in American 1973 single from the Starline Series.}

20
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 9007
Whistle For Happiness
Something

21
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 9157
You'll Remember Me
Have You Seen My Baby?

22
CAPITOL 45 #Cp 9259
One More Ride On The Merry-Go-Round
Pieces Of Dreams

23
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 291322
I Got It Bad
I'm Here
{Note: The second title is an instrumental by The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

24
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 291375
Somebody Nobody Loves
That Did It, Marie

25
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 291385
I Threw A Kis On The Ocean
[second title unknown]

26
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 291405
How Long Has This Been Goin On?
[second title unknown]

27
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 291455
The Way You Look Tonight
[second title unknown]

28
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 29166
Somebody Nobody Loves
[second title unknown]

29
COLUMBIA 78 #Do 70055
Just One Of Those Things
This Is A Very Special Day

30
DECCA 78 #Y6395
Lover
You Go To My Head

31
DECCA 78 #Y6426
Watermelon Weather
The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea


FESTIVAL 45s:
See below, under New Zealand.

31
PARLOPHONE 78 #A 7477
[Columbia masters]
Why Don't You Do Right?
[second title unknown]
{Note: The second title may be Six Flats Unfurnished, an instrumental by The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}




BRAZIL

1
ATLANTIC 45 #3 17 101 003
Let's Love
Always
Released in 1974.

2
CAPITOL 78 #10 40003
Mañana
Stormy Weather

3
DECCA 78 #L 7583
Johnny Guitar
Let Me Go, Lover


CANADA

CAPITOL
According to Canadian-based music historian Serge Pelletier, the earliest Canadian records with the Capitol logo were pressed in 1949. The name Capitol Records of Canada had actually been incorporated back in 1947, but governmental restrictions on foreign businesses had rendered American Capitol unable to activate its prospective Canadian subsidiary. Faced with such an obstacle, Capitol initially assigned the pressing and distribution of its records to the small Canadian label Musicana. (Next to nothing seems to be known about Musicana's release of Capitol's catalogue. Any Capitol masters issued in Canada between 1947 and 1949 might have been pressed in small quantities. Additionally, the label of such 78-rpm discs might have featured Musicana's own logo only -- not Capitol's.) The Capitol logo finally made its appearance in 1949, when Capitol reassigned pressing and distribution to an even smaller label, named Regal Records. In reality Regal was a newly created label, for the express purpose of handling Capitol's catalogue. As shown below, the Capitol-Regal 78-rpm discs from this period bore different catalogue numbers from their American counterparts. The next phase of Capitol's Canadian adventures took place in 1954, when Capitol finally took full hold of operations. From then onwards, the same catalogue numbers were assigned in both the United States and Canada. Hence the list below includes only the few Peggy Lee singles (less than ten, as far as I have been able to ascertain) that were issued through Regal between 1949 and 1954. (From 1951 onwards, 45-rpm discs were produced, too. They usually bore an F prefix, while the 78-rpm discs used a C prefix. As for 45-rpm albums, none by Peggy Lee seems to have issued during this six-year period.)

1
CAPITOL 78 #109
Neon Signs
Through A Long And Sleepless Night
Released in 1949 or 1950.
Note: Ninth Capitol release in Canada. (The very first release was #78-101.)

2
CAPITOL 78 #194
My Small Señor
When You Speak With Your Eyes
Probably released in 1950.

3
CAPITOL 78 #207
Sugar
Save Your Sorrow For Tomorrow
Probably released in 1950.

4
CAPITOL 78 #C 524
Once In A Lifetime
Life Is So Peculiar
Probably released in 1951.
Not issued on 45 rpm.

5
CAPITOL 78 #C 550
CAPITOL 45 #F 550
Ay Ay Chug A Chug
Where Are You?
Probably released in 1951.

6
CAPITOL 78 #C 583
Climb Up The Mountain
The Mill On The Floss
Probably released in 1951.
Not issued on 45 rpm.

7
CAPITOL 78 #C / F 628
Yeah Yeah Yeah
Rock Me To Sleep
Probably released in 1951.

8
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 54
Not Mine
If You Build A Better Mousetrap

9
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 439
Elmer's Tune
The Birth Of The Blues
{Note: The second title is an instrumental by The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

10
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 458
I See A Million People
The Count
{Note: The second title is an instrumental by The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

11
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 494
I Got It Bad
Pound Ridge
{Note: The second title is an instrumental by The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

12
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 502
Shady Lady Bird
Buckle Down Winsocki
{Note: The second title is an instrumental by The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

13
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 539
Somebody Else Is Taking My Place
That Did It, Marie

14
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 552
Winter Weather
Ev'rything I Love

15
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 566
How Long Has This Been Going On?
[second title unknown]

16
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 579
Somebody Nobody Loves
Let's Give Love A Chance
{Note: The second title is sung not by Lee but by a crooner with The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

17
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 587
Let's Do It
The Earl
{Note: The second title is an instrumental by The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

18
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 572
Blues In The Night
Where Or When

19
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 604
The Lamp Of Memory
When The Roses Bloom Again
{Note: The second title is a vocal by Art London, crooner with The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

20
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 619
My Little Cousin
[second title unknown]

21
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 639
We'll Meet Again
[second title unknown]

22
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 648
I Threw A Kiss On The Ocean
Full Moon

23
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 654
Not Mine
If You Build A Better Mousetrap

24
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 665
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
All I Need Is You

25
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 694
Why Don't You Do Right?
Six Flats Unfurnished
{Note: The second title is an instrumental by The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

26
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 975
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Serenade In Blue
{Note: The second title is a vocal by a crooner with The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

27
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 1546
Blues In The Night
[second title unknown]

28
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 6322
Why Don't You Do Right?
[second title unknown]

29
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 6323
Somebody Is Taking My Place
That Did It, Marie

30
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 6325
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
[second title unknown]

31
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 6399
Not Mine
My Little Cousin

32
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 6400
Where Or When
[second title unknown]

33
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 6401
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
The Way You Look Tonight

34
COLUMBIA 78 #Co 6402
Winter Weather
Somebody Nobody Loves




DENMARK

1
CAPITOL EMI 45 #K 23.086
I Go To Sleep
Stop Living In the Past
[Note: Sleeve with photo of the Capitol Tower]

2
CAPITOL EMI 45 #K 23.148
Pass Me By
Big Spender
[Note: Sleeve with photos of Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, etc.]


FINLAND

1
PARLOPHONE 78 #Dpy 1009
[Columbia masters]
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
[second title unknown]



FRANCE

1
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #15030.318
For Every Man There's A Woman
La Mer, aka Beyond The Sea
{Note: The second title is an instrumental by The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}

2
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #15071.320
If You Could See Me Now
Blum Blum (I Wonder Who I Am)

3
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #10119.321
Stormy Weather
Them There Eyes
{Note: In the United States, these two numbers were issued as part of the 78-rpm album Rendezvous With Peggy Lee (1948). "Stormy Weather" was never issued on a single. "Them There Eyes" was belatedly issued on a US Capitol single in 1950, though only as the flip side of a recently recorded number. Paired with yet another number, "Them There Eyes" was again issued on a single in 1951, as part of US Capitol's "All Time-Hits, Popular Standards" 1600 series.

4
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #57-608.341
(Ghost) Riders In The Sky
Please, Love Me Tonight

5
CAPITOL 45 #Clf 505
Fever
I'm A Woman

6
EMI INTERNATIONAL 45 #2C 006 83378
Fever
Listen To The Rocking Bird
Released in April 1983.
{Note: Includes picture sleeve.}

7
EMI INTERNATIONAL 45 #2C 010 81169
Fever
I'm A Woman
Released in 1984.
{Note: The Dutch counterpart of this single has a similar catalogue number.}

8
DECCA #60.99
Johnny Guitar
Autumn In Rome


GERMANY

1
BRUNSWICK 45 #12 042
[Decca masters]
Johnny Guitar
Let Me Go, Lover!

2
BRUNSWICK 45 #12 088
[Decca masters]
The Gypsy With Fire In His Shoes
Where Flamingos Fly

3
BRUNSWICK 45 #12 105
[Decca masters]
Mr. Wonderful
They Can't Take That Away From Me

4
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #A 236 C
I Don't Know Enough About You
I Can See It Your Way

5
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #A 10012 C
That Old Feeling
Someday Sweetheart [by The Capitol Jazzmen]
{Note: I have not seen physical copies of this time, nor have I seen photos. The listing that I consulted does identify it as a separate single, and it might well be. However, I want to make passing mention of an alternative, which would mean that the listing is erroneous. Instead of a 78-rpm single, it could be a disc from a German counterpart to the US Capitol 78-rpm album New American Jazz.]

6
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #A 15009 C
Golden Earrings
I'll Dance At Your Wedding

7
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #A 80 15022 C
Mañana
All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart

8
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #C 80005
(Ghost) Riders In The Sky
Please Love Me Tonight

9
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #C 80038
I Wanna Go Where You Go (Then I'll Be Happy)
[second title unknown]

10
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #C 80044
It's A Good Day
You Was Right, Baby

11
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #C 80130
Bali Ha'i
Life Is So Peculiar
{Note: This pairing is different from the US releases, in which "Bali Ha'i" was combined with the Dave Barbour instrumental "There Is Nothing Like A Dame" and "Life Is So Peculiar" was paired with "Once In A Lifetime." In the United Kingdom, "Life Is So Peculiar" was also paired differently -- with " 'Deed I Do."}
{Note #2: I have conflicting information about one of the songs from this single. According to one source, it is "Life Is So Peculiar." According to another source, it is "If I Could Steal You From Somebody Else."}

12
CAPITOL TELEFUNKEN 78 #C 80164
Rock Me To Sleep
Come On A-ma House
{Note #1: The second title is a vocal by Kay Starr.}
{Note #2: different from pairing in US, where Lee's "Rock Me To Sleep" was combined with her version of "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah." Ditto in the case of Starr, whose "Come On A-ma House" was paired with "Hold Me, Hold Me, Hold Me."}

13
CAPITOL 45 #1C 006.28.394
Big Spender
Sweet Charity
{Note #1: The second title is a vocal by Lou Rawls.}
{Note #2: Color sleeve.}

14
ODEON 78 #208209
[Decca masters]
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
[second title unknown]




HOLLAND
See under N, Netherlands.




INDIA

1
COLUMBIA 78 #DB 50453
[Decca Masters]
The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea
Watermelon Weather

2
PARLOPHONE 78 #Dpe 46
[Columbia masters]
Blues in The Night
Where Or When

3
PARLOPHONE 78 #Dpe 58
[Columbia masters]
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
[second title unknown]

4
CAPITOL 45 #F 5557
[Capitol masters]
Big Spender
Trapped (In The Web Of Love)


ISRAEL

1
BRUNSWICK 10" 78: #Oi 2006
[Decca masters]
Johnny Guitar
Let Me Go, Lover!




ITALY

1
CAPITOL 45 #Sqcl 133
Fever
Alright, Okay, You Win

2
CAPITOL 45 #006 80592
One More Ride On The Merry-Go-Round
Pieces Of Dreams
{Note: Picture sleeve.}

3
FONIT 78 #1788
Little Jack Frost Get Lost
Sleigh Ride [Bing Crosby vocal; does not include PL]

4
FONIT 78 #1861
[Decca masters]
Johnny Guitar, Dal film Johnny Guitar
Autumn In Rome, Dal film Indiscretion of an American Wife

5
FONIT 45 #Sp 50021
[Decca masters]
Bella Notte
Cobra {Let Me Go, Lover}

6
FONIT 45 #Sp 50132
[Decca masters]
It Ain't Necessarily So
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

7
PARLOPHONE 78 #B 71223
[Columbia masters]
Blues In The Night
Where Or When




JAPAN

1
ATLANTIC 45 #P 1347
Let's Love
Always

2
CAPITOL / KING 78 #Z 10 (also #2493)
Why Don't You Do Right?
Mañana

3
CAPITOL 45 #7P 67
Uninvited Dream
Listen To The Rockin' Bird

4
CAPITOL 45 #Cr 1564
Happy Feet
Stay With Me
{Note: Picture sleeve.}

5
CAPITOL 45 #Cr 2410
Is That All There Is?
Johnny Guitar
{Note: Picture sleeve.}

6
CAPITOL 45 #Cr ____
I Like A Sleigh Ride
Christmas Carousel
{Note: Picture sleeve.}

7
CAPITOL #Cr 2829
Pieces Of Dreams [identified as side A]
One More Round On The Merry-go-round
{Note: Picture sleeve.}

8
NIPPON COLUMBIA 78 #M 203
On The Sunny Side Of The Street (A)
Where Or When (B)
[see also 45-rpm version below]

9
COLUMBIA 45 #LL 39 c
On The Sunny Side Of the Street
Where Or When
[see also 78-rpm version already listed above]

10
COLUMBIA 78 #M 324
Blues In The Night
[second title unknown]

11
DECCA 78 #De-55 [10"]
Lover
You Go To My Head

12
DECCA 78 #De-66 [10"]
Be Anything
Forgive Me
Catalogue number could
instead be 68.

13
DECCA 78 #De-301 [10"]
Let Me Go, Lover
Bouquet Of Blues
Catalogue number could
instead be 304, 307, or 309.

14
DECCA 78 #De-518 (10")
The Gypsy With Fire In His Shoes
Where Flamingos Fly

15
DECCA 45 #D45-237
Johnny Guitar
Autumn In Rome

16
DECCA 45 #D45-346
La La Lu
Bella Notte

17
DECCA 45 #45012
Mr. Wonderful
Crazy In The Heart




MEXICO

1
Capitol 78 #C 5068
Tiempo Tempestuoso {Stormy Weather}
Ghost Riders In The Sky
["Hecho en Mexico, D.F. por Artículos Domesticos, S.A."]




NETHERLANDS ("HOLLAND")

1
DECCA 78 #60840
Little Jack Frost Get Lost
Sleigh Ride [Bing Crosby vocal; does not include PL]

2
CAPITOL 45 #19690
Is That All There Is?
Me And My Shadow
Probably released in 1969.
{Note: Picture sleeve.}

3
EMI BOVEMA 45 #5C 006.80.182
Is That All There Is?
Me And My Shadow
Released in July 1984.

4
EMI BOVEMA 45 #5C 006.80.428 M
You'll Remember Me
Have You Seen My Baby?
{Note: Picture sleeve.}

5
EMI BOVEMA 45 #5C 006.80.592
One More Ride On The Merry-Go-Round
Pieces Of Dreams
{Note: Yellow sleeve with no picture.}

6
EMI BOVEMA 45 #5C? 006.81.275
Fever
Mañana
Possibly released in 1985.
{Note: From the "Hits Come Back" series. Colored sleeve, but no photos.}

7
EMI BOVEMA 45 #5C 006.85.323
(Jingle Bells) I Like A Sleighride
White Christmas
Released in 1977.
{Note #1: Different pairing from United States, where "I Like A Sleighride" was combined with "Christmas Carousel," and from the United Kingdom, where "I Like A Sleighride" was combined with "The Tree." This Capitol version of "White Christmas" was not released on 45-rpm single in either nation.}
{Note #2: Picture sleeve.}

8
EMI INTERNATIONAL 45 #1A 010 81169
Fever
I'm A Woman
Released in Juy 1984.
{Note: The French counterpart has a similar catalogue number.}

9
EMI BOVEMA 45 #1A 006 81169
Fever
I'm A Woman
Released in 1984, according to some sources, 1979 according to other sources.




NEW ZEALAND
AND/OR AUSTRALIA



1
FESTIVAL 45 #Sp 750
[Decca masters]
Baubles, Bangles And Beads
Apples, Peaches And Cherries

2
FESTIVAL 78 #Fs 927
[Decca masters]
Me
Pablo Pasablo
Released in May 1956.

3
FESTIVAL 78 #Fs 1228
[Decca masters]
La La Lu
Bella Notte
Released around January 1957.

4
FESTIVAL 45 #Sp 1343
[Decca masters]
The Gypsy With Fire In His Shoes
Where Flamingos Fly
Released in May 1957.

5
FESTIVAL 45 # 1545
[Decca masters]
Mr. Wonderful
Crazy In The Heart
Released around August 1957.

6
FESTIVAL 45 #Jd 1
[Decca masters]
Apples, Peaches And Cherries
How Strange



PERÚ

1
CAPITOL 45 #7813
Corazón (Heart)
Esto Es Magnífico (C'est Magnifique)



PORTUGAL

1
DECCA 78 #Bm 5671
O Cigano Com Fogo Nos Pés {The Gypsy With Fire In His Shoes}
Mr. Wonderful




THE PHILIPPINES

1
CAPITOL 78 #C 4349
Heart
C'est Magnifique




SOUTH AFRICA

1
CAPITOL 78 #Ct.3134
The Cannonball Express
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah

2
CAPITOL 45 #Jcl 62
My Man
Alright, Okay, You Win

3
CAPITOL 45 #Jcl 280
Maybe This Summer
The Shadow Of Your Smile

4
DECCA 78 #Fm 6177
Lover
Let Me Go, Lover

5
DECCA 78 #Fm 6508
That's All Right Honey
Mr. Wonderful




SWEDEN

1
COLUMBIA 78 #Co Ds 1497
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
[second title unknown]



SWITZERLAND

1
PARLOPHONE 78 #Pz 11010
[Columbia masters]
Blues In The Night
Where Or When

2
PARLOPHONE 78 #Pz 11055
[Columbia masters]
Why Don't You Do Right?
Six Flats Unfurnished
{Note: The second title is an instrumental by The Benny Goodman Orchestra.}



UNKNOWN ORIGIN

1
EMI 45 #Lr 1708
Big Spender
[second title unknown]
Released in 1975.

2
EMI 45 #Lr 1855
Fever
[second title unknown]
Released in 1975.




URUGUAY
See also Argentina.

1
CAPITOL 78 #20096
Heart
C'est Magnifique







Final Notes

1. My Motivation For The Preparation Of A Foreign Issues List
This page should be deemed an outgrowth of a similarly miscellaneous page, dedicated to British issues. Once I made the decision to create that other page, the road to an "international" approach was paved. During the initial stages of my research for the main parts of this discography, I had come across scattered, piecemeal data about Peggy Lee albums from Africa, Australia, Europe (especially the United Kingdom), and South America. I soon realized that most of the albums in question were just foreign pressings of the Lee albums that had been originally released in the USA. For my main purposes at the time, data pertaining to non-original, non-domestic pressings rated as marginal and, hence, dispensable. However, I routinely saved the information, just in case that it could prove of some use in the future. Later on, after having decided that the British issues merited a page of their own, a parallel decision about issues from other foreign countries did not loom far behind. In the end, I saw no reason to "hide" or ignore data of potential interest to other Peggy Lee fans -- particularly those fans who live outside of the USA and the UK. Hence my creation of the present page.

2. Completeness Of The Listings
Given the scarcity of sources for the information at hand, no claim of completeness can be made for the present page. Even a claim to comprehensiveness could be questioned. (My assumption is that there are many additional foreign issues with which I have yet to become acquainted.) In a nutshell, I think of this page as a work that will remain in progress for as long as the discography remains active, and I am hoping that my perspective will be shared by the page's viewers.

3. Excluded Issues
Singles and albums that have the same catalogue number as their American or British counterpart are included only when I have found corroboration that they were printed in a foreign country. Also, I have concentrated on legitimate (official, licensed) versions of the albums in question; hence no inclusion has been made of Public Domain versions such as the low-grade ones that the mass-marketing British label Hallmark has been churning out. (Such items are listed or discussed, however, in other parts of the discography, including the sessioography and the pictorial pages dedicated to original Capitol & Decca albums and their derivates.)

4. Help Needed
I will certainly keep on adding more issues as they come to my attention. Contributions to my email address ( ivansantiagomercado@earthlink.net ) will be appreciated. Ditto for any corrections; readers must bear in mind that the majority of the items listed herein have not been physically inspected by me. (In the absence of available physical copies, I have relied on a variety of sources, including published music guides and commercial listings, the latter posted online by vendors. Commercial listings, in particular, can be riddled with errors sometimes.)

Images

Above: Foreign editions of six Peggy Lee singles. In India, Decca's masters came out on the Columbia label. Apparently, Indian manufacturers were not too keen on the lengthy title of her duet with Bing Crosby, "The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea (Last Night). On the label of that Columbia 78-rpm single, the song's title was shortened to just "The Moon Came Up." Also seen here are singles from South Africa ("That's Alright, Honey"), Argentina (the Decca recordings of "Just One Of Those Things," released on Odeon as "Una de esas cosas"), Canada ("My Small Señor"), Germany (Capitol's "Please, Love Me Tonight," available through Telefunken), and New Zealand or Australia (the Decca number "Me," issued on Festival Records).

Below: Five Peggy Lee albums, originally issued on Capitol in the United States, herein seen as reissued on the Australian branch of the World Record Club. From left to right, they are Jump For Joy , Things Are Swingin, A Natural Woman, Olé Ala Lee!, and Where Did They Go?