The Peggy Lee Bio-Discography:
A Gallery Of Albums That Feature Lee's Recordings With Bing Crosby
by Iván Santiago-Mercado

Page generated on Feb 17, 2017


Scope And Contents

The majority of the issues displayed in this page are Bing Crosby albums which contain guest vocals by Peggy Lee. In all cases, the vocals are studio recordings. (Bear in mind that Crosby and Lee also worked together on the radio, in a large number of broadcasts. Albums which contain performances from those broadcasts are covered not herein but in a separate page of this photographic gallery.) For further clarification on the contents of the present page, and for advice on how to locate particular albums, see note at the bottom.


I. SELECTIONS FROM IRVING BERLIN'S WHITE CHRISTMAS





Album Covers Shown:

1. Title: Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas / Format: 78-rpm album & EP & 12" LP / Label: DECCA / Cat. Num.: A 956 & Ed 819 (91463-91465) & Dl 8083 / Rel. Year: 1954 / Note: Only the LP configuration is shown above. Images of the American EP set and the American 78-rpm album are shown below, near the end of this section.

2. Title: Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas / Format: LP / Label: Brunswick / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) Lat 8044 / Rel. Year: 1954 / Note: Earliest British edition of the album under discussion. Later British editions are also shown below.

3. Title: Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas / Format: LP / Label: Columbia / Cat. Num.: (Australia) 330 Sx 7506 / Rel. Year: 1955





Album Covers Shown:

4. Title: Noel Blanc / Format: LP / Label: CID / Cat. Num.: (France) 263.539 / Rel. Year: unknown / Note: In addition to this CID LP, there might have also a French reissue on MCA. (The vague details at hand point to such a possibility. So far, no strong piece of evidence has come forth.)

5. Title: Natal Branco / Format: LP / Label: Decca / Cat. Num.: (Brazil) Mg 3780 / Rel. Year: 1955

6. Title: Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas / Format: LP / Label: MCA / Cat. Num.: (Japan) 7151 / Rel. Year: 1974 / Note: For another Japanese vinyl issue, see next entry.





Album Covers Shown:

7. Title: Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas / Format: LP / Label: MCA Victor / Cat. Num.: (Japan) Vim 7277 / Rel. Year: 1981 / Note: For an earlier Japanese vinyl issue, see preceding entry. There might be other early vinyl issues, but, if so, I have yet to find corroboration of their existence.

8 - 10. Title: Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas / Format: LP & CS & CD / Label: MCA / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) Mcl 1777 & Mclc 1777 & Dmcl 1777 / Rel. Year: 1983 and/or 1985 (LP, CS); 1990 (CD) / Note: As specified above, the album under discussion was originally released on Decca in the US, and on Brunswick in the UK. The reissue shown in these photos was released by MCA, the company that acquired Decca in the 1960s. This is the earliest MCA issue of the album that I have found, but there could conceivably be an earlier one of which I am not yet aware. Image #9 presents the cassette configuration. The vinyl configuration can be found on images #8 and #10. Their difference in background color remains a mystery to me. Since I have found two dates for this release (1983, 1985), perhaps there were two editions. As for the digital configuration, I should point out that I have not been able to verify the existence of a CD with catalogue number Dmcl 1777. Such a CD is listed in the documentation that I consulted, but I have never seen an actual physical copy bearing that catalogue number. (There is a British MCA CD. It is listed below. However, its catalogue number is not 1777, nor was it released in 1990.)





Album Covers Shown:

11. Title: Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas / Format: CD / Label: MCA Victor / Cat. Num.: (Japan) Mvcm 172 / Rel. Year: 1992 / Note: Advertised as a limited edition.

12. Title: Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas / Format: CD / Label: MCA Special Markets & Products / Cat. Num.: Msd 35554 / Rel. Year: 1994 / Note: Might have also been pressed in the United Kingdom, and the catalogue number could differ from one country to the other.





Album Covers Shown:

13 & 14. Title: Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas / Format: CS & CD / Label: MCA / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) Mclc 19191 & Mcld 19191 / Rel. Year: 2002 / Note: This MCA reissue was part of MCA's budget series.




Covers Shown:

15. Title: Selections from Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn And White Christmas (Diamond Anniversary Edition) / Format: CD / Label: Universal's MCA / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) 113099 2 / Rel. Year: 2002 / Note: A twofer that combines two Decca albums, both of them based on Bing Crosby movie featuring songs written by Irving Berlin. Of course, one of the twofered albums is the one under discussion.

16. Title: Selections from Irving Berlin's White Christmas / Format: CD / Label: Prism Leisure Platinum / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) Platcd 1339 / Rel. Year: 2005 / Note: The front cover shows a scene from the White Christmas movie. Among those seen in the scene are Bing Crosby and Gene Kelly. Peggy Lee is seen as well, despite the fact that she did not participate in the film. Her face has been added to the cover of this Public Domain disc, in order to reflect her participation on the CD itself. Besides the full contents of the original Decca album, the CD's track listing includes 11 additional Decca numbers, all sung by Crosby. Most of these bonus tracks are also songs from his films.

17. Title: The Ultimate White Christmas / Format: CD / Label: Castle Communications's Pulse / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) Plscd 771 / Rel. Year: 2005 / Note: This Public Domain CD combines Decca's Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas with Rosemary Clooney's own movie-inspired recordings, which she did for Columbia Records. On a different note, this CD's notes errs when it describes Peggy Lee's rendition of "Sisters" as a duet between her and Trudy Stevens. The Lee version is exclusively sung by Lee. (In other words, she plays in song the two titular sisters.)

18. Title: Irving Berlin's White Christmas / Format: DVD-CD combo / Label: Paramount, Universal, Turner Movie Classics, Starbucks' Hear Music / Cat. Num.: 7 62111 72033 7 [DVD] & 06014 [CD] / Rel. Year: 2006 / Note: This combo release was offered at Starbucks coffee stores for a brief seasonal period. It was made in association with Turner Movie Classics. The "bonus CD inside," credited to Universal, is believed to be another reissue of the album under discussion. (I do not own a copy.)





Artwork Shown:

19. Original, American EP. It consists of a box with three discs inside. For further details, consult entry #1.

20. Inner covers of the EP's box.

21. Back cover of Decca's original EP. The same back cover was used for the other two formats (LP,78-rpm album).





Artwork Shown:

22. Title: Irving Berlin's Navidades Blancas / Format: EP / Label: Columbia / Cat. Num.: (Spain) Ecge 70056 / Rel. Year: 1954 / Note: In the United States, the original EP was a boxed set consisting of three vinyl discs. In Spain, the three discs were not boxed, but sold individually, each with its own album cover. The cover seen above contains the three songs that are sequenced last in the American EP and LP.

23. Title: Irving Berlin's Navidades Blancas / Format: EP / Label: Columbia / Cat. Num.: (Spain) Ecge 70053 / Rel. Year: 1954 / Note: In the United States, the original EP was a boxed set consisting of three vinyl discs. In Spain, the discs were not boxed, but sold individually, each with its own album cover. The cover seen above contains the album's first four songs. Although I have yet to find actual evidence, I presume that either one or two additionalNavidades Blancas EPs exist, numbered 70054 and/or 70055.

24. Original, American 78-rpm album. For further details, consult entry #1.


General Note:
The Paramount film Irving Berlin's White Christmas starred Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera Ellen. All four stars are heard singing in the soundtrack of this cinematic musical. (In Vera Ellen's case, her singing was actually dubbed by Trudi Stevens.)

Taking advantage of the fact that both Crosby and Kaye were under its contract, the Decca company decided to release its own version of the soundtrack. Entitled Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas, Decca's album features Crosby, Kaye, and Trudi Stevens, but not Rosemary Clooney, who at this time was under record contract with Columbia. Hence Decca and Crosby enlisted Lee to interpret the numbers which Clooney sings in the movie.

Peggy Lee participates in four of the Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas tracks. She sings by herself in "Love, You Didn't Right By Me" and with herself in "Sisters." The other two tracks ("Snow" and the "White Christmas Finale") are quartet performances in which she shares vocals with Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, and Trudi Stevens.





Album Covers Shown:

25 & 26. These front covers are displayed herein merely as supplementary material. Peggy Lee is not featured in either of these Japanese EPs (Decca Dep 113 and Decca Sdw 10047, respectively). Both of them give a clearer and full color view of the backdrop seen in the front cover of the album Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas. This backdrop or picture is actually a still from the movie Irving Berlin's White Christmas. In addition to supplying a better view of the artwork featured in the album under discussion, I believe that these two items qualify as worthwhile curiosities of possible interest to Crosby fans.


II. SELECTIONS FROM THE PARAMOUNT PICTURE ROAD TO BALI





Album Cover Shown:

1 & 2. Title: Selections From The Paramount Picture Road To Bali / Format: 78-rpm album & EP & 10" LP / Label: DECCA / Cat. Num.: A 926 (28514-28515) & 9 375 (three 45-rpm discs) & Dl 5444 / Rel. Year: 1953 / Note: Peggy Lee is heard in the numbers "Moon Flowers" and "Merry-go-runaround."





Album Cover Shown:

3. Title: "Road To Bali" Selection / Format: 10" LP / Label: Brunswick / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) La 8578 / Rel. Year: unknown, possibly 1953 or 1954 / Note: same numbers as #1 above.

4. Title: El Camino De Bali (Serie De "Canto Y Música De Películas") / Format: EP / Label: Columbia / Cat. Num.: (Spain) Ecge 70.022 / Rel. Year: 1955 / Note: same numbers as #1 above.


General Note
The film Road To Bali starred Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour. All three entertainers had previously sung on film and on record. When Decca could not satisfactorily arrange Lamour's participation in a Decca album of this movie's performances, Bing Crosby and company recruited Peggy Lee to take over two of the numbers that the actress sings in the soundtrack. Decca's and Crosby's choice of Lee as a suitable singing partner is not surprising. Due to the numerous radio shows that they had done together in the past, Crosby and Lee had a long-established professional rapport. Moreover, at the time of these sessions, she had just joined the record label.

Entitled Selections From The Paramount Picture Road To Bali, the original issue features two numbers in which Peggy Lee participates: a solo vocal ("Moon Flowers") and a trio vocal in which she shares honors with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope ("Merry-go-runaround"). That trio performance has been included in some Bing Crosby compilations, of course, and also in some Peggy Lee anthologies, but it is in Bob Hope issues that it has made its most frequent appearances. Items #6 and #7 above are just two of the official issues from MCA.





5. Title: Zing A Little Zong ("Bing's Hollywood" Series) / Format: LP / Label: DECCA / Cat. Num.: Dl 4263 / Rel. Year: 1962 / Note: Includes the full contents of #1 above, along with songs from another Crosby film, Just For You.

6. The 15 volumes from the "Bing's Hollywood" Decca LP series, to which #4 above belongs. The series concentrated on reissuing every film-inspired album which Crosby had previously recorded for the label. Each LP includes the contents of at least two previous EPs or LPs -- sometimes three or more. (Hence these volumes from "Bing's Hollywood" series can be considered twofers, threefers, or even "4fers.")





Album Covers Shown:

7. Title: Bob Hope In Hollywood / Format: LP & CS / Label: MCA / Cat. Num.: Mca 906 & Mcac 906 / Rel. Year: 1984 / Note: This LP (and all the Bob Hope compilations to be mentioned next) include only one track featuring Peggy Lee. The track is "Merry-go-runaround," sung by the threesome of Big Crosby, Bob Hope, and Peggy Lee. The number was originally issued on the Decca EP Selections From The Paramount Picture Road To Bali (item #1 above).

8. Title: Memories / Format: CD / Label: Essential Gold / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) ___ / Rel. Year: 2006 / Note: The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround."

9. Title: Songs ("Movie Star Collection" Series) / Format: CD / Label: Deja Vu / Cat. Num.: (Italy) Dgvh 710 2 / Rel. Year: 1995 / Note: The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround." This was the second Bob Hope compilation from Deja Vu to feature that recording. The earlier compilation is listed below.

10 & 11. Title: The Best Of Bob Hope; Thanks For The Memory / Format: CD & CS / Label: Half Moon / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) Hmncd 033 / Rel. Year: 1998 [reissued 2000, 2003] / Note: As shown above, this Half Moon CD has been released with different artwork. The most commonly found artwork is the one seen in the second image. The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround."





Album Covers Shown:

12. Title: Thanks For The Memories / Format: CD / Label: MCA / Cat. Num.: 10611 / Rel. Year: 1992 / Note: The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround."

13. Title: Thanks For The Memory / Format: CD / Label: Prism Leisure Platinum / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) 992 / Rel. Year: 2003 / Note: The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround."

14. Title: Memories / Format: CD / Label: Rajon's Dynamic / Cat. Num.: (Australia) Dyn 2100 52 / Rel. Year: 2004 / Note: The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround."

15. Title: Bob Hope ("Universal Legends" Series) / Format: CD / Label: MCA Victor / Cat. Num.: (Japan) Mvce 24089 / Rel. Year: 1998 / Note: The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround."

16. Title: How'd Ja Like To Love Me? / Format: CD / Label: Pegasus / Cat. Num.: (France) Peg 918 / Rel. Year: 2005 / Note: The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround."





Album Covers Shown:

17. Title: Thanks For The Memory / Format: CD / Label: United Audio Entertainment / Cat. Num.: (Netherlands) Uax 96232 / Rel. Year: 2005 / Note: The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround."

18. Title: Thanks For The Memory / Format: CD / Label: ASV Living Era / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) Aja 5493 / Rel. Year: 2003 / Note: The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround."

19. Title: Thanks For The Memories / Format: CD / Label: Direct Source / Cat. Num.: (Canada) 2616 / Rel. Year: 2003 / Note: The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround."

20 & 21. Title: The Bob Hope Collection / Format: CS & LP / Label: Deja Vu / Cat. Num.: (Italy) Dvmc/Dvlp 2124 / Rel. Year: 1988 / Note: The one track featuring Peggy Lee is "Merry-go-runaround." Also listed above is a Bob Hope CD from Deja Vu, in which the same track was issued.


III. BING SINGS, NO. 2 & BING, RARE STYLE & THE EP COLLECTION





Album Cover Shown:

1. Title: Bing Sings, No. 2 / Format: EP / Label: Brunswick / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) Oe 9467 / Rel. Year: 1959 / Note: This British EP was the original release of "The Possibility's There," a Decca-owned duet featuring Bing Crosby and Peggy Lee. The EP's other tracks are "The Longest Walk," "Sailing Down The Chesapeake Bay," and "The Loneliness Of Evening," all of them Crosby solos.

2. Title: Bing, Rare Style / Format: LP / Label: Ace Of Hearts / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) Ah 164 / Rel. Year: 1967 / Note: "The Possibility's There" made its second appearance on this album, released by a budget branch of British MCA.





Album Cover Shown:

3. Title: The EP Collection / Format: CS & CD / Label: See-For-Miles / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) See Ck 360 & See Cd 360 / Rel. Year: 1992 / Note: This CD collects tracks from Bing Crosby's EP albums on Brunswick, including #1 above.

4. Title: The Best Of The Decca Years / Format: CD / Label: MCA / Cat. Num.: Mcad 11571 / Rel. Year: 1997 / Note: As of 2011, this is the only issue by Peggy Lee which includes "The Possibility's There."


IV. PEGGY LEE AND BING CROSBY





Album Cover Shown:

1 & 2. Title: Peggy Lee And Bing Crosby ("Sound Stream Selection" Series) / Format: LP / Label: MCA / Cat. Num.: (Japan) Vim 8019 and 8020 / Tracks: 24 / Rel. Year: unknown / Volumes: 2 / Note: One of the two LPs (#8020) is entirely dedicated to Peggy Lee's recordings, the other (#8019) to Bing Crosby recordings. When I originally entered this album in the present page, I did not know its track listing; hence I speculated that there would be at least one duet might have been included. My speculation did not come to be fact: there are no duets. (Even if these are not duet tracks, I have decided to keep this entry herein, as a curiosity.) Japanese MCA also issued a companion album of sorts, entitled Louis Armstrong And Peggy Lee ("The Big Stars" Series), which features Armstrong's tracks on one side, Lee's tracks on the other side. As for image #3, it shows what seems to be another album from the same series -- presumably, a various-artists compilation.


V. MISCELLANEOUS BING CROSBY ISSUES, PART I: MCA COMPILATIONS





Album Cover Shown:

1. Title: Bing Crosby With Jazz Friends / Format: CD / Label: Universal / Cat. Num.: (Japan) Ucc 3032 / Rel. Year: 2003 / Note: Contains just one track featuring Peggy Lee in duet with Bing Crosby, "Watermelon Weather."

2. Title: The Voice Of Christmas; The Complete Decca Christmas Songbook / Format: CD / Label: MCA / Cat. Num.: 11840 / Volumes: 2 / Rel. Year: 1998 / Note: This 2CD set contains three tracks with Peggy Lee ("Little Jack Frost Get Lost," "Snow" and "White Christmas Finale").

3. Title: The Voice Of Christmas; 44 Festive Favourites / Format: CD / Label: MCA / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) unknown / Volumes: 2 / Rel. Year: 2010 / Note: British budget reissue edition of item #1. Same tracks, no liner notes.





Album Cover Shown:

4 - 6. Title: Bing; His Legendary Years / Format: CS & CD / Label: MCA / Cat. Num.: C4 10887 & D4 10887 / Rel. Year: 1994 / Volumes: 4 / Note: Contains just one track featuring Peggy Lee in duet with Bing Crosby, "Watermelon Weather."


VI. MISCELLANEOUS BING CROSBY ISSUES, PART II: LICENSED AND PUBLIC DOMAIN COMPILATIONS OF NOTE





Album Covers Shown:

1. Title: Through The Years, Volume 4, 1952-1953 / Format: CD / Label: Sepia / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) 1139 / Rel. Year: 2009 / Note: Contains four vocals with Peggy Lee ("The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night," "Watermelon Weather," "Merry-Go-Runaround," and "Little Jack Frost Get Lost"). This CD is part of an ongoing series, dedicated to the release of Bing Crosby's masters in chronological order.

2. Title: Through The Years, Volume 6, 1953-1954 / Format: CD / Label: Sepia / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) 1158 / Rel. Year: 2010 / Note: Contains two vocals with Peggy Lee ("Snow," "White Christmas Finale"). This CD is part of an ongoing series, dedicated to the release of Bing Crosby's masters in chronological order.

3. Title: Through The Years, Volume 9, 1955-1956 / Format: CD / Label: Sepia / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) 1185 / Rel. Year: 2012 / Note: Contains one duet with Peggy Lee ("The Possibility's There"). This CD is part of an ongoing series, dedicated to the release of Bing Crosby's masters in chronological order.





Album Covers Shown:

4. Title: Christmas With Bing / Format: CS& LP & CD / Label: Pickwick International's Hallmark / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) Hsc392 & Shm 3292 & Pwks 561 & Pwkm 4012 / Rel. Year: 1989 / Note: This CD (possibly licensed, at a time when Hallmark used to do so) contains two vocals in which Peggy Lee is featured (Little Jack Frost Get Lost," "Snow").

5. Title: Bing Crosby & Friends / Format: CD / Label: Allegro's Lifestyles / Cat. Num.: Lif 160049 / Rel. Year: 2003 / Note: This budget, ten-track CD includes the Big Crosby-Peggy Lee duet "Little Jack Frost Get Lost."

6. Title: Songs For Christmas / Format: CD / Label: Christmas Legends / Cat. Num.: (Portugal) 25266 / Rel. Year: 2004 / Note: This Public Domain CD contains two vocals in which Peggy Lee is featured (Little Jack Frost Get Lost," "Snow").







Album Cover Shown:

7. Title: Duets With Friends / Format: CD / Label: Pegasus / Cat. Num.: (France) Pegcd 354 / Rel. Year: 2008 / Note: This Public Domain CD contains two vocals with Peggy Lee ("Merry-Go-Runaround" and "The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night").

8. Title: Christmas Favorites / Format: CD / Label: Somerset / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) 96741 37112 / Rel. Year: 2011 / Note: This CD contains the Bing Crosby - Peggy Lee duet "Here Comes Santa Claus,"

9. Title: Duets with Friends / Format: CD / Label: Blue Moon / Cat. Num.: (Spain) Bmcd 3014 / Rel. Year: 1994 / Note: This licensed CD contains two vocals with Peggy Lee ("Watermelon Weather" and "Merry-Go-Runaround").

10. Title: Bing Crosby & Friends / Format: CD / Label: Lifestyles / Cat. Num.: 14150 / Rel. Year: 2009 / Note: This Public Domain item contains Peggy Lee and Bing Crosby's duet "Little Jack Frost Get Lost."

11. Title: Duets And More / Format: CD / Label: unknown / Cat. Num.: Fmc 009 / Rel. Year: 1997 / Note: This Public Domain issue contains one performance featuring Peggy Lee with Bing Crosby ("The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night").

12. Title: Bing ("Stars Of The Silver Screen" Series) / Format: CD / Label: Yesteryear (a sub-label of The Green Label Music Company) / Discs: 3 / Cat. Num.: 0351318 (United Kingdom) / Rel. Year: 2007 / Note: This Public Domain 3CD set contains the Peggy Lee- Bing Crosby duo "Watermelon Weather," originally on Decca Records. Yesteryear was a British label with office in Leatherhead, Surrey. The CD copy that I inspected carries the legend "produced exclusively for Reader's Digest (Australia) Pty Limited."

13. Title: Bing Crosby And Friends Collection ("Black And White" Series) / Format: CD / Label: Rajon Music Group / Cat. Num.: (Australia) 774460 / Rel. Year: 2005 / Volumes: 2 / Note: This Public Domain compilation includes three vocals with Peggy Lee ("The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night," "Watermelon Weather," and "Merry-Go-Runaround").

14. Title: The Very Best Of Bing Crosby / Format: CD / Label: One Day Music / Cat. Num.: unknown / Volumes: 2 / Rel. Year: 2011 / Note: This Public Domain 2CD set contains Peggy Lee and Bing Crosby's duet "Watermelon Weather."

15. Title: Bing Crosby & Friends / Format: CD / Label: Music Club / Cat. Num.: (United Kingdom) Mccd 089 / Rel. Year: 1999 / Note: This licensed CD contains just one vocal with Peggy Lee ("The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night").


General Note:
There are various other Crosby anthologies which contain one or two duets with Peggy Lee, and whose covers are not shown above. Most of them are from Public Domain outfits (Rajon, Lifestyles, Tim International, etc.). This section intends to offer just a sample of the applicable items that Public Domain have released on CD and will doubtlessly continue to release on MP3. (This selective or casual approach applies to the present photo gallery only -- not to the main body of this discography. In the sessionography, I have tried to enter all Crosby LPs and CDs containing Lee vocals, irrespective of their worth.)

Ultimately, viewers should bear in mind that each of Peggy Lee's studio duets with Bing Crosby can also be found in her own CDs. Therefore, Crosby's anthologies -- both the ones whose covers are shown herein and the ones whose covers are not -- can be deemed of minimal relevance to a Peggy Lee discography.


Index

The following alphabetical list includes every relevant album whose image is displayed in this page. To locate a given image, use as your guideline the Roman numeral that follows each title.

Best Of The Decca Years, The: III
Bing ("Stars Of The Silver Screen" Series): VI
Bing; His Legendary Years: V
Bing, Rare Style: III
Bing Crosby & Friends [Lifestyles release]: VI
Bing Crosby & Friends [Music Club release]: VI
Bing Crosby With Jazz Friends: V
Bing Crosby And Friends Collection ("Black And White" Series): VI
Bing Sings, No. 2: III
Bob Hope In Hollywood: II
Christmas Favorites: VI
Christmas With Bing: VI
Duets And More: VI
Duets With Friends (Blue Moon release): VI
Duets With Friends (Pegasus release): VI
El Camino De Bali (Serie De "Canto Y Música De Películas"): II
EP Collection, The: III
Irving Berlin's White Christmas (Selections From): I
Noel Blanc: I
Peggy Lee And Bing Crosby ("Sound Stream Selection" Series): IV
"Road To Bali" Selection: II
Selections From Irving Berlin's White Christmas: I
Selections From The Paramount Picture Road To Bali: II
Songs For Christmas: VI
Thanks For The Memories: II
Through The Years, Volume 4, 1952-1953: VI
Through The Years, Volume 6, 1953-1954: VI
Through The Years, Volume 9, 1955-1956: VI
Ultimate White Christmas, The: I
Very Best Of Bing Crosby: VI
Voice Of Christmas, The; 44 Festive Favourites: V
Voice Of Christmas, The; The Complete Christmas Songbook: V
White Christmas, Selections From Irving Berlin's: I
Zing A Little Zong ("Bing's Hollywood" Series): II



Scope And Completeness

This page aims at being comprehensive, not exhaustive. Chief among items of interest are images of Crosby's official releases. As for images of his Public Domain anthologies, there is a myriad of them, many with just the odd Peggy Lee duet in them. Since their relevance is so minimal for the purposes of this discography, I have listed just a few Public Domain items, some of them chosen because they contain more Lee tracks than usual, some because they sport comparatively better sound quality. (I refer to Bing Crosby's anthologies as minimally relevant to this discography because every studio duet that Peggy Lee performed with Crosby can also be found in her CDs.)