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Index Of Network Radio Discs
(Peggy Lee Bio-Discography And Videography)

by Iván Santiago-Mercado

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Title: Command Performance [The Benny Goodman Orchestra, The Bombardiers, Alan Hale, Sons Of The Pioneers, Mabel Todd]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 56     Rel. Year: 1943
      March 6, 1943 Guest Spot (AFRS) Why Don't You Do Right?

Benny Goodman (ldr), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Leonard Kaye, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Robert "Bob" Taylor, Jon Walton (ts), Joe Rushton (bsx), Lee Castle, Robert "Bobby" Guyer, Ray Linn (t), Charlie Castaldo, Miff Mole (tb), Bart Roth (g), Gus Van Camp (b), Jess Stacy (p), Louis Bellson (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:




The world of Old-Time radio was complex. A lot of music radio programming from that era physically survived in the form of discs that are variously known as electrical transcriptions [ET], acetate discs, lacquer discs, etc. With the passing of time, the contents of those old and relatively fragile discs (some made of shellac, some of vinyl; many 16" in diameter, others the "regular" 12" measure) have been fortunately copied to more optimal media, including tape and compact disc. The present index aims at providing a generous sample of all such sorts of transcription discs, of which there are many types on which Peggy Lee's singing can be heard.

Some contain the exact same Peggy Lee masters that Columbia, Capitol and Decca recorded for commercial sale to the public. A far more worthwhile type, made for radio syndication and offering freshly recorded vocals, has been indexed on a separate page of this discography. (As that page further clarifies, that particular sub-set of Lee material was commissioned by companies such as World and MacGregor, which were expressly dedicated to the business of selling their own syndicated programming to radio stations across the United States.)

Amply sampled on this page is another type of transcription disc which boasts fresh vocals. The vocals on those discs were sung by Lee not for syndicated radio programming, but for radio shows which featured her as either a guest or the hostess. Those shows were originally broadcast nationally on ABC, CBS, NBC, and the long-defunct Mutual network, as well as on independent radio stations with affiliations to those four major networks.

Internationally, a fifth major broadcasting player was the Armed Forces Radio network. AFRS created their own transcription discs, exclusively intended for the enjoyment of the military personnel that tuned to their stations across the globe. For internal purposes, the network minutely divided and categorized their vast repository of discs into so-called series, each naturally featuring numerous artists.

The degree to which AFRS offered fresh Peggy Lee vocals varies from one series to another. There are some AFRS series whose discs are merely transfers of the masters that Lee (as well as all other included artists) recorded for Columbia, Capitol, Decca, and other labels. This is particularly the case with a AFRS disc series tellingly called Basic Music Library.

Other AFRS discs offer exclusive radio shows. Created and produced by the Forces in the 1940s, such exclusives counted with the active participation and singing of the stars, who guested readily as a courtesy to soldiers, or just out of a sense of civil duty. The shows in question bore names such as Jubilee, Command Performance, or G.I. Journal, and the AFRS discs containing their episodes do identify themselves by such names.

Photos. Up above: Groucho Marx and Barbara Stanwick, photographed on the steps of the studio where an episode of the Armed Forces Radio show Command Performance was slated to take place, with them as the star guests. Right below: a sampling of transcription discs, beginning with one that contains a 1945 episode of Command Performance. Part of the music industry's fundraising efforts on behalf of the Tuberculosis Health Association, the second ET disc is the 1947 edition of the Association's so-called Christmas Seal Party. Listed on the disc's yellow label, the partygoers at this annual celebrations are heard singing its praises, but not their songs: the disc actually contains commercial recordings which all the artists had made for the Capitol label. As for the third of these ET discs, it offers an episode from a radio show that Peggy Lee co-hosted during 1948 and 1949 on NBC, The Chesterfield Supper Club. Also above: Lee, photographed while appearing as a guest on a 1947 broadcast of Sound Off, on the Mutual radio network.





As the years went by, there was a change in the content of the AFRS shoe that still remained in operation. Most notoriously, the singing content ceased to be fresh. By the mid-1950s, the vocals played on the shows were actually commercial records. The vocalists still guested, but their fresh contributions were limited to scripted patter. There were also occasions on which the AFRS disc jockey simply played the commercial recordings, and the singer was not present as a guest at all, though the disc jockey would endeavor to suggest otherwise.

From the vast world of the AFRS network, the above is by no means all there was. The Forces also had access to the radio shows originally broadcast by ABC, CBS, NBC, and Mutual. More precisely, AFRS had access to the physical discs which contained each episode from a given network show. For the enjoyment of their military audiences around the world, AFRS transferred many of those episodes to their own AFRS discs. Nevertheless, such transferrals were never fully true to the network original. AFRS edited them, certainly keeping most of the original contents, but also altering parts of it. Sometimes a AFRS disc jockey, with his own new script, was inserted into the AFRS version of the episode. Many times, anywhere from one to three vocals were transferred by AFRS from one episode to another, in order to fill the space left out by the edits.

Then there are the radio shows created by governmental and charity organizations, such as the Navy or the March of Dimes. Those are also sampled herein. They too show variation on the degree to which their Peggy Lee material is fresh or gathered from record labels and national network radio shows.

Even when circumscribed to one artist (Peggy Lee, in this case), a thorough documentation of all the material just described above is a wide-ranging and complicated undertaking, bound to be filled with an untold amount of gaps, and exposing the researcher to the frustration brought about by sparse, non-detailed documentation. Hence this indexer makes no claims of thoroughness or even accuracy. I am offering a mere sample of all the Lee material produced by the commercial and military radio networks, with some samples still a work in progress, and in need of further corroborating research.


Title: Downbeat
Artist: Benny Goodman
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 25     Rel. Year: 1943
03:35 Between March 9 And March 23, 1943 Ben. Goodman Show I Don't Believe In Rumors
03:58 Between March 9 And March 23, 1943 Ben. Goodman Show I Love A Piano
02:48 Between March 9 And March 23, 1943 Ben. Goodman Show Why Don't You Do Right?

Benny Goodman (ldr), Mel Powell (arr), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl, v), Leonard Kaye, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Robert "Bob" Taylor, Jon Walton (ts), Joe Rushton (bsx), Lee Castle, Robert "Bobby" Guyer, Ray Linn (t), Charlie Castaldo, Miff Mole (tb), Bart Roth (g), Gus Van Camp (b), Jess Stacy (p), Louis Bellson (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Although I have entered AFRS (the Armed Forces Radio Service) as the label of this transcription disc, I should clarify that, at this early time in its history, the AFRS did not have that name yet. It was instead known as the Special Services Division. Hence the disc's label reads: "War Department, Special Services Division, Information Branch, Radio-Phono, Downbeat." One side of the disc identifies itself as part I of the show, the other as part II. Of the above-listed numbers, "I Don't Believe In Rumors" is the only one on the first side.


Title: G. I. Jive [Various; 2 Peggy Lee Vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 18     Rel. Year: 1943
03:17 February 5, 1942; 1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Booked 1:30 - 5:30) Master Take (Columbia) My Little Cousin
02:42 August 20, 1941 Master Take (Columbia) I See A Million People

Benny Goodman (ldr), John Hammond (pdr), Bill Savory (eng), Mel Powell (arr, p), Eddie Sauter (arr), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Sol Kane, Skip Martin, Clint Neagley (as), George Berg, Vido Musso (ts), Chuck Gentry, Art Ralston (bar), Billy Butterfield, Al Davis, James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Bernie Privin, Cootie Williams (t), Cutty Cutshall, Lou McGarity (tb), Tom "Tommy" Morgan (g), John Simmons, Sid Weiss (b), Sid Catlett, Ralph Collier (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The above-shown release date is tentative and could very well be erroneous; the year 1942 is a strong alternative. (Further research will be undertaken when my schedule permits it.)


Title: G. I. Jive [Various; 1 Peggy Lee Vocal]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 406     Rel. Year: 1943
03:11 December 24, 1941; 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) On The Sunny Side Of The Street

Benny Goodman (ldr), {Head Arrangement} (arr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Sextet (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Lou McGarity (tb), Tom "Tommy" Morgan (g), Sid Weiss (b), Ralph Collier (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The above-shown release date is tentative and could very well be erroneous. (Further research will be undertaken when my schedule permits it.)


Title: Hi Neighbor [Various Artists; 1 Peggy Lee Vocal]
Artist: Benny Goodman
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: H 17, Program 3     Rel. Year: 1943
03:12 July 27, 1942 Master Take (Columbia) Why Don't You Do Right?

Benny Goodman (ldr), Morty Palitz (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Leonard Sims, Jon Walton (ts), Robert "Bob" Poland (bar), Benny Baker, Tony Faso (aka Joseph Fasulo), James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Lawrence Stearns, aka Alfred Sculco (t), Charlie Castaldo, Lou McGarity (tb), Dave Barbour (g), Cliff Hill (b), Howard "Hud" Davies (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The above-shown release year is tentative and could very well be erroneous. The year 1942 is the earliest of the alternatives. (Further research will be undertaken when my schedule permits it.)


Title: Sound Off [Various artists; 1 Peggy Lee Vocal]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 17     Rel. Year: 1943
03:12 July 27, 1942 Master Take (Columbia) Why Don't You Do Right?

Benny Goodman (ldr), Morty Palitz (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Leonard Sims, Jon Walton (ts), Robert "Bob" Poland (bar), Benny Baker, Tony Faso (aka Joseph Fasulo), James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Lawrence Stearns, aka Alfred Sculco (t), Charlie Castaldo, Lou McGarity (tb), Dave Barbour (g), Cliff Hill (b), Howard "Hud" Davies (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The above-shown release date is very tentative. The year 1942 is the earliest alternative. (Further scrutiny and corrections will be undertaken when my schedule permits it.)


Title: Yank Swing Sessions [Various Artists; 1 Peggy Lee Vocal]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 41      Rel. Year: 1943
03:14 July 27, 1942 Alternate Take (Columbia) Why Don't You Do Right?

Benny Goodman (ldr), Morty Palitz (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Leonard Sims, Jon Walton (ts), Robert "Bob" Poland (bar), Benny Baker, Tony Faso (aka Joseph Fasulo), James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Lawrence Stearns, aka Alfred Sculco (t), Charlie Castaldo, Lou McGarity (tb), Dave Barbour (g), Cliff Hill (b), Howard "Hud" Davies (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
A disc-jockey program that played servicemen's requests. Created by the AFRS itself (as opposed to network radio shows that AFRS would re-broadcast after editing them). The above-shown release date is a bit tentative; the year 1942 is the other alternative.


Title: Yank Swing Sessions [Various Artists; 1 Peggy Lee Vocal]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 51     Rel. Year: 1943
03:12 July 27, 1942 Master Take (Columbia) Why Don't You Do Right?

Benny Goodman (ldr), Morty Palitz (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Leonard Sims, Jon Walton (ts), Robert "Bob" Poland (bar), Benny Baker, Tony Faso (aka Joseph Fasulo), James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Lawrence Stearns, aka Alfred Sculco (t), Charlie Castaldo, Lou McGarity (tb), Dave Barbour (g), Cliff Hill (b), Howard "Hud" Davies (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
A disc-jockey program that played servicemen's requests. Created by the AFRS itself (as opposed to network radio shows that AFRS would re-broadcast after editing them). The above-shown release date is a bit tentative; the year 1942 is the other alternative.


Title: Jazz In America [Various Artists, All Blues Songs; 1 Peggy Lee Vocal]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 117 (War Dept. Series)     Rel. Year: 1943
03:12 July 27, 1942 Master Take (Columbia) Why Don't You Do Right?

Benny Goodman (ldr), Morty Palitz (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Leonard Sims, Jon Walton (ts), Robert "Bob" Poland (bar), Benny Baker, Tony Faso (aka Joseph Fasulo), James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Lawrence Stearns, aka Alfred Sculco (t), Charlie Castaldo, Lou McGarity (tb), Dave Barbour (g), Cliff Hill (b), Howard "Hud" Davies (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
I have not listened to this transcription, and the available information about it is limited. Hence the identification of the Columbia master as its version of "Why Don't You Do Right" is tentative. It could instead be Columbia alternate #2, which the War Department's V-Disc program used for one of its own releases. Found in a secondary source, the release year should also be deemed tentative.


Title: [Bob Crosby] The Bob Crosby Show
Artist: Bob Crosby
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 40     Rel. Year: 1944
      Sunday, June 25, 1944 (10:30 - 11:00 p.m.) Guest Spot (NBC) Long Ago (And Far Away)
      Sunday, June 25, 1944 (10:30 - 11:00 p.m.) Guest Spot (NBC) Why Don't You Do Right?

Bob Crosby And His Orchestra (acc), Bob Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: {Perfidia, by Benny Goodman & Helen Forrest / Why Don't You Do Right?, by Goodman & Peggy Lee}
Artist: Benny Goodman
Format: V-Disc     Label: US Government's War Department, Army-Navy V-Disc Series     Cat. Num.: 233      Rel. Year: 1944
03:14 July 27, 1942 Alternate Take (Columbia) Why Don't You Do Right?

Benny Goodman (ldr), Morty Palitz (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Leonard Sims, Jon Walton (ts), Robert "Bob" Poland (bar), Benny Baker, Tony Faso (aka Joseph Fasulo), James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Lawrence Stearns, aka Alfred Sculco (t), Charlie Castaldo, Lou McGarity (tb), Dave Barbour (g), Cliff Hill (b), Howard "Hud" Davies (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:





For this V-Disc release of "Why Don't You Do Right," the issued Columbia take was not the master but an alternate. The V-Disc engineers mastered the alternate on April 4, 1944. Earlier editions of the present discography also had an entry for V-Disc 234, which was said to combine "Why Don't You Do Right" with Coleman Hawkins' version of "Body And Soul." That entry, based on information culled from online and library listings, was erroneous, and has thus been dropped from the present edition of the discography. (V-Disc 234 does feature Hawkins' version on its A side, but side B has a jam version of "Basin Street Blues," starring Hawkins along with Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong, Sidney Catlett, Al Casey, and Oscar Pettiford.)


Title: {Why Don't You Do Right / other artists' titles}
Artist: Various
Format: V-Disc     Label: US Government's War Department, Navy V-Disc Series     Cat. Num.: 13      Rel. Year: 1944
03:14 July 27, 1942 Alternate Take (Columbia) Why Don't You Do Right?

Benny Goodman (ldr), Morty Palitz (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Leonard Sims, Jon Walton (ts), Robert "Bob" Poland (bar), Benny Baker, Tony Faso (aka Joseph Fasulo), James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Lawrence Stearns, aka Alfred Sculco (t), Charlie Castaldo, Lou McGarity (tb), Dave Barbour (g), Cliff Hill (b), Howard "Hud" Davies (d), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Downbeat [Various Artists; 1 Peggy Lee Vocal]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 280     Rel. Year: 1944
03:11 December 24, 1941; 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) On The Sunny Side Of The Street

Benny Goodman (ldr), {Head Arrangement} (arr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Sextet (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Lou McGarity (tb), Tom "Tommy" Morgan (g), Sid Weiss (b), Ralph Collier (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The above-shown release date is very tentative. In particular need of research is the release date, which could instead fall anywhere between 1945 and 1948. (Further scrutiny and corrections will be undertaken when my schedule permits it.)


Title: Jill's All-Time Juke Box [Peggy Lee, Others]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 9     Rel. Year: 1944
03:12 July 27, 1942 Master Take (Columbia) Why Don't You Do Right?

Benny Goodman (ldr), Morty Palitz (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Leonard Sims, Jon Walton (ts), Robert "Bob" Poland (bar), Benny Baker, Tony Faso (aka Joseph Fasulo), James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Lawrence Stearns, aka Alfred Sculco (t), Charlie Castaldo, Lou McGarity (tb), Dave Barbour (g), Cliff Hill (b), Howard "Hud" Davies (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
According to Harry Mackenzie, author of The Directory of The Armed Forces Radio Service Series, this show was an "extended version of GI Jive, using the same format." The above-shown release date is tentative and could very well be erroneous. Another source give the date of the premiere episode as September 26, 1944. On the basis of that source's dating, I have tentatively assigned a 1994 dating to the 9th episode in the series, too.


Title: {That Old Feeling, Ain't Goin' No Place + 2 Jack Teagarden vocals, all from New American Jazz}
Artist: Various
Format: V-Disc     Label: US Government's War Department; Army's V-Disc Series     Cat. Num.: 354     Rel. Year: 1945
03:00 January 7, 1944 Master Take (Capitol) Ain't Goin' No Place
02:41 January 7, 1944 Master Take (Capitol) That Old Feeling

The Capitol Jazzmen (ldr), Dave Dexter, Jr. (pdr), {Head Arrangement} (arr), Barney Bigard (cl), Les Robinson (as), Eddie Miller (ts), Clarence "Shorty" Sherock (t), Nappy Lamare (g), Hank Wayland (b), Pete Johnson (p), Stanley Wrightsman (cel), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Pictures of the item under scrutiny can be seen at the top of this V-Disc & ET index.


Title: Command Performance [Peggy Lee, Alfred Drake, The King Sisters, Danny Thomas]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 175     Rel. Year: 1945
      May 17, 1945 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) You Was Right, Baby

Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)


Title: G.I. Journal [Peggy Lee, Linda Darnell, Mel Tormé And The Meltones]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 102     Rel. Year: 1945
      March 13, 1963 Guest Spot (NBC) unknown title

Peggy Lee (v)


Title: {What More Can A Woman Do / You Was Right, Baby /3 vocals by Bing Crosby}
Artist: Various
Format: V-Disc     Label: US Government's War Department; Army's V-Disc Series     Cat. Num.: 484     Rel. Year: 1945
02:43 December 27, 1944 Master Take (Capitol) What More Can A Woman Do
02:26 December 27, 1944 Master Take (Capitol) You Was Right, Baby

Peggy Lee (ldr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr, cl), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Harold Lawson, Maury Stein (cl), Billy May (t), Dave Barbour (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Milt Raskin (p), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The Peggy Lee numbers are on the disc's side B, which bears matrix number VP 1364. (The other side: VP 1306.) The Bing Crosby selections, all with John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra, are "My Heart And I Decided," "Too Romantic," and "All You Want To Do Is Dance." Being unable to listen to this item, I have operated under the assumption that it contains Lee's Capitol recordings of "What More Can A Woman Do" and "You Was Right, Baby," not her performances of these songs for Crosby's or any other radio show. Pointing me in the direction of the Capitol recordings is the credit to Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (as opposed to Scott Trotter's or any other orchestra).


Title: [Frank Sinatra]
Artist: Frank Sinatra
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 2     Rel. Year: 1945
02:39 Wednesday, September 19, 1945 Guest Spot (CBS) You Was Right, Baby

Axel Stordahl And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Session Musicians (bkv)


Title: G.I. Jive [Bunny Berigan, Woody Herman, Earl Hines]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 909     Rel. Year: 1945
02:41 January 7, 1944 Master Take (Capitol) That Old Feeling

The Capitol Jazzmen (ldr), Dave Dexter, Jr. (pdr), {Head Arrangement} (arr), Eddie Miller (ts), Nappy Lamare (g), Hank Wayland (b), Stanley Wrightsman (cel), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by Woody Herman, Bunny Berigan, and Earl Hines.


Title: Jill's Juke Box [Dick Haymes,, Frank Sinatra, Others]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 144     Rel. Year: 1945
03:04 July 30, 1945 Alternate Take (Capitol) Waiting For The Train To Come In

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (sax, cl, b, p), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by The Count Basie Orchestra, The David Rose Orchestra, Jo Stafford, Dick Haymes, The Lionel Hampton Orchestra, Frank Sinatra, and The Woody Herman Orchestra.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals; also Johnny Mercer, Bob Crosby numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 477 - P 478     Rel. Year: 1945
02:36 July 30, 1945 Master Take (Capitol) I'm Glad I Waited For You
03:04 July 30, 1945 Alternate Take (Capitol) Waiting For The Train To Come In

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (sax, cl, b, p), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
P-477 (SSL 951): Two Johnny Mercer vocals ("Surprise Party," "De Camptown Races") and Lee's numbers.
P-478 (SSL 952): Four Bob Crosby numbers with The AFRS Orchestra ("In The Middle Of May," Aren't You Glad You're You," "Love Letters," "It's Been A Long, Long Time").
The release year is tentative.


Title: Personal Album [Peggy Lee, Marilyn Hare]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 725 And 726     Rel. Year: 1945
03:13 January 1945 Master Take (MacGregor) September In The Rain
02:39 January 1945 Master Take (MacGregor) Sugar (That Sugar Baby Of Mine)
02:39 January 1945 Master Take (MacGregor) You Turned The Tables On Me
02:53 January 1945 Master Take (MacGregor) My Last Affair

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (cl), Herbert "Herbie" Haymer (ts), Billy May (t), Dave Barbour (g), Phil Stephens (b), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Tommy Romersa (d), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Frank Sinatra]
Artist: Frank Sinatra
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. __     Rel. Year: 1946
03:21 Wednesday, January 2, 1946 Guest Spot (CBS) Waiting For The Train To Come In
01:45 Wednesday, January 2, 1946 Guest Spot (CBS) You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me

Axel Stordahl And His Orchestra (acc), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee, Frank Sinatra (v)


Title: Jubilee [Peggy Lee, Slim Gaillard, Harry "The Hipster" Gibson, B. Hackett]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 153     Rel. Year: 1946
      October 22, 1945 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) You Was Right, Baby
      October 22, 1945 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Don't Blame Me

The Jubilee Allstars (acc), Lem Davis, Willie "The Lion" Smith (as), Corky Corcoran, Babe Russin (ts), Jack Martin (bar), Emmett Berry, Bobby Hackett, Emmanuel "Manny" Klein, Frank Wiley (t), Henry Coker, Ray Conniff, Vic Dickenson (tb), Slim Gaillard (g), Tiny Bam Brown (b), Juan Rolando (p), Neil Glicco (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The release date is tentative; a more confident estimate would be late quarter of 1945 or first quarter of 1946.


Title: Duffy's Tavern
Artist: Ed Gardner
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 117     Rel. Year: 1946
01:50 Friday, February 1, 1946 Guest Spot (NBC) What More Can A Woman Do
01:27 Friday, February 1, 1946 Guest Spot (NBC) You Was Right, Baby

Matty Malneck And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Duffy's Tavern
Artist: Ed Gardner
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 118     Rel. Year: 1946
01:25 Friday, February 8, 1946 Guest Spot (NBC) Waiting For The Train To Come In

Matty Malneck And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 282     Rel. Year: 1946
02:00 March 26, 1946 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) You Was Right, Baby
02:00 March 26, 1946 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Waiting For The Train To Come In
03:14 March 26, 1946 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) I Don't Know Enough About You

Lloyd Shaffer And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The Armed Forced Radio Service edited and transcribed at least some episodes of NBC's Supper Club, for use on the Forces' own radio network. This index naturally lists the AFRS Supper Club transcription discs of which I am aware, beginning with this one. Many of the other Peggy Lee episodes of the NBC show are also presumed to have been transcribed by AFRS, but I have not been able to find details about the discs.


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 284     Rel. Year: 1946
02:25 March 28, 1946 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) I Can See It Your Way, Baby
02:27 March 28, 1946 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) I'm Glad I Waited For You

Lloyd Shaffer And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Music Hall
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 178     Rel. Year: 1946
02:21 May 2, 1946 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (NBC) I Don't Know Enough About You

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Jubilee [Peggy Lee, Earl Hines, Les Paul, The Town Criers]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 194     Rel. Year: 1946
03:24 May 6, 1946 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) I Get The Blues (When It Rains)
02:43 May 6, 1946 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) I Don't Know Enough About You

Peggy Lee (ldr), The Les Paul Trio (acc), Cal Gooden (g), Les Paul (elg), Clint Nordquist (sb), Milt Raskin (p), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Series EN-11.


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Perry Como
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 310     Rel. Year: 1946
      May 7, 1946 Guest Spot (NBC) I Don't Know Enough About You

Lloyd Shaffer And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Command Performance U.S.A. [Peggy Lee, Jack Fina]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 227     Rel. Year: 1946
02:43 May 6, 1946 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) I Don't Know Enough About You

Peggy Lee (ldr), The Les Paul Trio (acc), Cal Gooden (g), Les Paul (elg), Clint Nordquist (sb), Milt Raskin (p), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Command Performance [Jack Fina, Peggy Lee, Lum & Abner, Ransom Sherman]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 227     Rel. Year: 1946
      June 23, 1946 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) I Don't Know Enough About You

Jimmy Greer And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: {I Get The Blues / I Don't Know Enough About You / 2 Herb Jeffries Vocals}
Artist: Various
Format: V-Disc     Label: US Government's War Department, Army-Navy V-Disc Series     Cat. Num.: 682     Rel. Year: 1946
03:24 May 6, 1946 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) I Get The Blues (When It Rains)
02:43 May 6, 1946 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) I Don't Know Enough About You

Peggy Lee (ldr), The Les Paul Trio (acc), Cal Gooden (g), Les Paul (elg), Clint Nordquist (sb), Milt Raskin (p), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The two Peggy Lee performances are on a side whose matrix number is JDB- JDB-142-D6-TC-5959-1. Both were culled from episode #194 of the AFRS show Jubilee. The matrix number on the side with the Herb Jeffries numbers ("I Left A Good Deal In Mobile," "I Left My Heart In Mississippi") is JDB- JDB-138-D6-TC-5955-1.


Title: [Benny Goodman] The Benny Goodman Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 9     Rel. Year: 1946
02:44 August 26, 1946 Ben. Goodman Show Why Don't You Do Right?
01:45 August 26, 1946 Ben. Goodman Show I Don't Know Enough About You

Benny Goodman (ldr), Mel Powell (arr), Benny Goodman (cl), Larry Molinelle, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Lester Clark, Cliff Strickland (ts), Al Klink (bar), John Best, Nate Kazebier, Dick Mains, Dale "Mickey" McMickle (t), Leon Cox, Cutty Cutshall (tb), Addison Collins (frh), Mike Bryan (g), Bernard aka Barney Spieler (b), Joe Bushkin (p), Louis Bellson (d), Peggy Lee, Art London aka Art Lund (v)

NOTES:
"Why Don't You Do Right" is a Peggy Lee solo vocal, "I Don't Know Enough About You" a duet with Art Lund. "Why Don't You Do Right" is on the disc's side one, whose label identifies it as Sssc-9-12-3. "I Don't Know Enough About You" is on the disc's side two, whose label identifies it as Sssc-9-12-4.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 9     Rel. Year: 1946
02:41 Dec. 11, 1946 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 11/22&24/46) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Linger In My Arms A Little Longer
01:54 Dec. 11, 1946 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 11/22&24/46) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It's A Good Day

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Dave Barbour (g), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Original radio broadcast, minus commercials.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 10      Rel. Year: 1946
02:35 Dec. 18, 1946 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 11/30&12/02/46) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It's All Over Now
02:15 Dec. 18, 1946 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 11/30&12/02/46) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Everything's Movin' Too Fast

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Dave Barbour (g), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Original radio broadcast, minus commercials.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 12     Rel. Year: 1946
02:56 Jan. 1, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 12/14&16/1946) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) He's Just My Kind
02:46 Jan. 1, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 12/14&16/1946) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Baby, You Can Count On Me

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Richard P. Clark, Morton B. Friedman, Joseph "Joe" Krechter, John "Jack" Mayhew, George Moore (r), Robert "Bobby" Guy, Uan Rasey (t), William "Bill" Atkinson, Peter Beilmann, Wendell "Gus" Mayhew (tb), Arthur Frantz (frh), Loring "Red" Nichols (c), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Ann Mason (hrp), John Cyr (d), Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Samuel "Sam" Freed, Jr, Harold Haybert, Henry Hill, Larry Kurkdjie, Bill Miller, Mischa Russell, Olcott Vail (vn), Meyer Bello, Leo Fleitman (vl), Cy Bernard, Karl Rossner (vc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Original radio broadcast, minus commercials.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 13     Rel. Year: 1946
03:02 January 8, 1947 (Broadcast Date)(Pre-recorded, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) What More Can A Woman Do
02:48 January 8, 1947 (Broadcast Date)(Pre-recorded, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It's A Good Day

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: G.I. Jive [Count Basie, Woody Herman, Harry James]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1297     Rel. Year: 1946
02:36 July 30, 1945 Master Take (Capitol) I'm Glad I Waited For You

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (sax, cl, b, p), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by the orchestras of Count Basie, Woody Herman, and Harry James.


Title: G.I. Jive [Nat King Cole, Woody Herman, Glenn Miller]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1300     Rel. Year: 1946
03:04 July 30, 1945 Alternate Take (Capitol) Waiting For The Train To Come In

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (sax, cl, b, p), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by The King Cole Trio and the orchestras of Woody Herman and Glenn Miller.


Title: Basic Music Library [1 Peggy Lee vocal; also Bing Crosby, Bob Simmers numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 607 - P 608     Rel. Year: 1946
03:07 May 2, 1946 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (NBC) I Don't Know Enough About You

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
P-607 (SSL 1204) features four vocals from the radio show Kraft Music Hall , thee by Bing Crosby ("There's A Small Hotel," "Welcome To My Dreams," "I't's Been A Long, Long Time") and one by Peggy Lee.
P-608 (SSL 1204) features five numbers by Bob Simmers with The AFRS Five ("Non Combustible," Caravan," "Parade Of The Bearded Clams," "Let's Trade Togas, Terrance," "Wet Wash Rag").
The release year is tentative.


Title: Here's To Veterans [Bing Crosby]
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Veterans Administration     Cat. Num.: Program No. 34     Rel. Year: 1946
02:35 Dec. 18, 1946 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 11/30&12/02/46) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It's All Over Now
02:15 Dec. 18, 1946 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 11/30&12/02/46) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Everything's Movin' Too Fast

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Dave Barbour (g), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Among the other selections in this transcription disc is "Rumors Are Flying," a Crosby solo from the same December 18, 1946 Philco Radio Time broadcast as the two above-listed duets.


Title: {It's All Over Now / Honeyfoglin' Time, by Martha Tilton / Yesterdays by Kay Penton}
Artist: Various
Format: V-Disc     Label: US Government's War Department, Army-Navy V-Disc Series     Cat. Num.: 720      Rel. Year: 1947
03:00 July 23, 1946 Master Take (Capitol) It's All Over Now

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr, cl), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (cl, t, tb, b, p, d), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The side with the Martha Tilton an Peggy numbers bears matrix number Jdb 278.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 17     Rel. Year: 1947
02:55 February 5, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 01/20&21/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It's Lovin' Time

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Original radio broadcast, minus commercials.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 18     Rel. Year: 1947
03:04 February 12, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 1/27&28/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) He's Just My Kind
02:04 February 12, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 1/27&28/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) The Best Man

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Original radio broadcast, minus commercials.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 22     Rel. Year: 1947
03:21 March 12, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 02/08/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe
02:06 March 12, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 02/08/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) The Best Man

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 23     Rel. Year: 1947
02:23 March 19, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/03&04/1947) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Just Squeeze Me
01:42 March 19, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/03&04/1947) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It's A Good Day

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 24     Rel. Year: 1947
02:42 March 26, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/11/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) For Sentimental Reasons

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 26     Rel. Year: 1947
03:18 April 9, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/17/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Speaking Of Angels

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Loring "Red" Nichols (c), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 28     Rel. Year: 1947
02:32 April 23, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/21/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) I'll Close My Eyes
03:00 April 23, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/21/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It's A Good Day

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
In addition to the two above-listed numbers, this item includes Bing Crosby's solo rendition of "I Do, Do, Do Like You." All three numbers were taken from an episode of Bing Crosby's show that aired on April 23, 1947.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 27     Rel. Year: 1947
03:12 April 16, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/24/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) A Nightingale Can Sing The Blues
03:15 April 16, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/24/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) I Still Suits Me

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Bing Crosby
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 109     Rel. Year: 1947
01:42 March 19, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/03&04/1947) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It's A Good Day
02:23 March 19, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/03&04/1947) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Just Squeeze Me

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The above-shown contents are tentatively listed; I do not have precise information about this item. The release date is tentative as well.


Title: Bing Crosby
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 114     Rel. Year: 1947
02:32 April 23, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/21/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) I'll Close My Eyes
03:00 April 23, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/21/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It's A Good Day

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
I have not listened to the contents of this disc. Until I do, or until I receive reliable confirmation, the inclusion of the listed tracks should be deemed a tentative assertion. The release date is tentative as well.


Title: Here's To Veterans [Bing Crosby]
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Veterans Administration     Cat. Num.: No. 1418     Rel. Year: 1947
02:32 April 23, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/21/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) I'll Close My Eyes
03:00 April 23, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-recorded 03/21/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It's A Good Day

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes the Bing Crosby solo "I Do, Do, Do Like You," from the same April 23, 1947 episode of Philco Radio Time, Starring Bing Crosby. The above-shown release date is tentative and could very well be erroneous. (Further research will be undertaken when my schedule permits it.)


Title: King Cole Trio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 3     Rel. Year: 1947
      Saturday, June 21, 1947 Guest Spot (NBC) What More Can A Woman Do
      Saturday, June 21, 1947 Guest Spot (NBC) On The Sunny Side Of The Street

The Nat King Cole Trio (acc), Nat King Cole, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 37     Rel. Year: 1947
02:47 October 1, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 8/10/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It Takes A Long, Long Train With A Red Caboose
00:47 October 1, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 8/10/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Allá En El Rancho Grande

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Here's To Veterans
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Veterans Administration     Cat. Num.: Program No. 84     Rel. Year: 1947
02:45 October 8, 1947 JimmyDurante Show (NBC) All Of Me

Roy Bargy's Orchestra (acc), Roy Bargy (p), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
An earlier edition of this discography also included the following entry:

Armed Forces Radio Service 16" Transcription: 84 — [Jimmy Durante] The Jimmy Durante Show

However, I now believe that listing to be the same as this one from the Veterans Administration.


Title: Jubilee [Peggy Lee, Benny Carter, Page Cavanaugh, Johnny Desmond, Pied Pipers]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 246     Rel. Year: 1947
      Mid-August 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Sugar (That Sugar Baby Of Mine)
      Mid-August 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) What More Can A Woman Do

Benny Carter And His Orchestra, The Page Cavanaugh Trio (acc), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (cl), Benny Carter (as), Herbert "Herbie" Haymer (ts), Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), Dave Barbour, Alfred "Al" Viola (g), George "Red" Callender, Lloyd Pratt (b), Page Cavanaugh, Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Mail Call [Peggy Lee, Abigail & Budddy, Johnny Mercer, Lina Romay]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 269     Rel. Year: 1947
      October 22, 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) You Was Right, Baby
      October 22, 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Waiting For The Train To Come In

Walter Schumann (con), The AFRS Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Jubilee [Peggy Lee, Benny Carter, Page Cavanaugh, Johnny Desmond, Pied Pipers, Frankie Soputo]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 248     Rel. Year: 1947
      Mid-August 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Lonely Woman
      Mid-August 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Lonely Woman

The Page Cavanaugh Trio (acc), Alfred "Al" Viola (g), Lloyd Pratt (b), Page Cavanaugh (p), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 58     Rel. Year: 1947
03:19 February 25, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 12/22/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Golden Earrings
01:42 February 25, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 12/22/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It's About Time I Wrote The Folks In Terra Haute
00:46 February 25, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 12/22/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Was Last Night The Last Night With You?
03:01 February 25, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 12/22/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Boise, Idaho
02:02 February 25, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 12/22/47) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) These Lush Moments

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals; also Frank Sinatra, Jean Sablon, Margaret Whiting numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 763 - P 764     Rel. Year: 1947
02:48 1/29/1947 Master Take (Capitol) Speaking Of Angels
02:23 1/29/1947 Master Take (Capitol) Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Dave Barbour (arr, g), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Peggy Lee (arr, v), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (sax, t, tb), Phil Stephens (b), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Tommy Romersa (d)

NOTES:
P-763 (SSL 1497): Three Frank Sinatra vocals from the Columbia label ("The Brooklyn Bridge," "Why Shouldn't It Happen To Us?," "I Believe") and one Jean Sablon number ("Le Fiacre").
P-764 (SSL 1498): One Margaret Whiting vocal ("Spring Isn't Everything") followed by a Peggy Lee vocal ("Speaking Of Angels"), succeeded by another Whiting vocal ("Time After Time"), and closing with the other Lee number. These are actually Capitol singles 375 (Lee) and 383 (Whiting).
The above-show release year information is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee vocals; also Frankie Carle numbers]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 829 - P 830     Rel. Year: 1947
02:41 April 21, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Ain'tcha Ever Comin' Back?
03:14 July 3, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Just An Old Love Of Mine
02:59 April 21, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Chi-Baba, Chi-Baba (My Bambino, Go To Sleep)
03:06 July 3, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) It Takes A Long, Long Train With A Red Caboose

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour All-Stars, Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (sax, g, b, p, cel), Ray Linn (t), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
P 830 (SSL 1598) was culled from two Capitol singles (#419, #445) and sequenced as shown above. P 829 (SSL 1597) contains Frankie Carle interpretations of "There's That Lonely Feeling Again," "Glow Worm," "Lazy Mood," and "Penguin At The Waldorf." The release year is tentative.


Title: G.I. Jive [Phil Harris, Woody Herman, Lena Horne]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1545     Rel. Year: 1947
03:11 December 24, 1941; 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) On The Sunny Side Of The Street

Benny Goodman (ldr), {Head Arrangement} (arr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Sextet (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Lou McGarity (tb), Tom "Tommy" Morgan (g), Sid Weiss (b), Ralph Collier (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by The Woody Herman Orchestra, Phil Harris, Lena Horne.


Title: G.I. Jive [Roy Eldridge, Woody Herman, Tony Martin]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1433     Rel. Year: 1947
02:58 July 23, 1946 Master Take (Capitol) Aren't You Kind Of Glad We Did?

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr, cl), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (cl, t, tb, b, p, d), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by The Woody Herman Orchestra, Tony Martin, and The Roy Eldridge Orchestra.


Title: G.I. Jive [Tex Beneke, Billy Butterfield, Woody Herman]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1682     Rel. Year: 1947
03:06 July 3, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) It Takes A Long, Long Train With A Red Caboose

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour All-Stars (acc), Unknown (sax, g, b, p, cel), Ray Linn (t), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by the orchestras of Billy Butterfield , Tex Beneke, and Woody Herman.


Title: G.I. Jive [Woody Herman, Lionel Hampton, Charlie Spivak]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1464     Rel. Year: 1947
02:53 July 12, 1946 Master Take (Capitol) It's A Good Day

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr, cl), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Herbert "Herbie" Haymer (ts), Robert "Bob" Lawson (bar), Ray Linn (t), Ed Kusby aka Edward Kuczborski, Carl Loeffler, Elmer Smithers, Si Zentner (tb), Dave Barbour (g), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (b, p), Phil Stephens (b), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v), Reynold Johnson (unk)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by the orchestras of Woody Herman, Lionel Hampton, and Charlie Spivak.


Title: G.I. Jive [Woody Herman, Lionel Hampton, Glenn Miller]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1446     Rel. Year: 1947
02:58 July 23, 1946 Master Take (Capitol) Aren't You Kind Of Glad We Did?

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr, cl), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (cl, t, tb, b, p, d), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by the orchestras of Woody Herman, Lionel Hampton, and Glenn Miller.


Title: Jill's Juke Box [Harry James,, Margaret Whiting, Others]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 184     Rel. Year: 1947
02:59 April 21, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Chi-Baba, Chi-Baba (My Bambino, Go To Sleep)

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by The Harry James Orchestra, The Eddie Heywood Orchestra,, Margaret Whiting, The Erskine Hawkins Orchestra, Eddy Howard, and The Woody Herman Orchestra.


Title: Remember [Benny Goodman, Woody Herman, Glenn Miller, Claude Thornhill]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 720     Rel. Year: 1947
03:08 October 2, 1941; 2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) My Old Flame

Benny Goodman (ldr), Eddie Sauter (arr), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Skip Martin, Clint Neagley (as), George Berg, Vido Musso (ts), Chuck Gentry (bar), Billy Butterfield, Al Davis, James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Cootie Williams (t), Cutty Cutshall, Lou McGarity (tb), Tom "Tommy" Morgan (g), Morty Stuhlmaker (b), Mel Powell (p), Sid Catlett (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
In addition to the above-listed number by The Benny Goodman Orchestra, this transcription disc also includes numbers recorded by The Claude Thornhill Orchestra, The Woody Herman Orchestra, and The Glenn Miller Orchestra. The above-shown release date is highly tentative, and thus potentially erroneous. (Further research will be undertaken when my schedule permits it.)


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee, 2 Margaret Whiting vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1029 - P 1030     Rel. Year: 1948
03:00 November 20, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Baby, Don't Be Mad At Me
02:46 November 25, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Caramba! It's The Samba

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), John Palladino (eng), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr, f, cl), Dave Barbour (con, g), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra, Dave Barbour And The Brazilians (acc), Harry Klee (f, cl), Benny Carter (as), Herbert "Herbie" Haymer (ts), Aloysio de Oliveira, Joe de Oliveira (g), Arthur Bernstein (b), Unknown (b, d), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Red Norvo (vib), Tommy Romersa (d), Ivan Lopes (bo), Oswaldo Gogiano, Antonio Martins, Paulo de Castro Monte (per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 1029 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 62     Rel. Year: 1948
03:12 March 24, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Mañana
02:38 March 24, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Easter Parade

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 64     Rel. Year: 1948
00:50 April 7, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Cheek To Cheek: Astaire Movie Medley
01:12 April 7, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Isn't This A Lovely Day: Astaire Movie Medley
01:10 April 7, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) A Fine Romance: Astaire Movie Medley
01:02 April 7, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) They Can't Take That Away From Me: Astaire Movie Medley
02:11 April 7, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Smoke Gets In Your Eyes: Astaire Movie Medley
01:21 April 7, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Dearly Beloved: Astaire Movie Medley
02:05 April 7, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) White Christmas: Astaire Movie Medley
01:10 April 7, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Catalogue Day: Astaire Movie Medley
00:53 April 7, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Kamehameha Day: Astaire Movie Medley

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 77     Rel. Year: 1948
02:54 October 27, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Love, Your (Magic) Spell Is Everywhere
02:30 October 27, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) You Came A Long Way From St. Louis

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 79     Rel. Year: 1948
01:43 November 10, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) What Is This Thing Called Love?
01:19 November 10, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Exactly Like You
01:45 November 10, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) I Got Rhythm
02:16 November 10, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) They Can't Take That Away From Me

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Loring "Red" Nichols (c), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Joe Venuti (vn), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 82     Rel. Year: 1948
02:08 December 1, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) On A Slow Boat To China
02:43 December 1, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) A Little Bird Told Me

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Bob Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 84     Rel. Year: 1948
01:36 December 15, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) A Little Bird Told Me
01:36 December 15, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Then I'll Be Happy (I Wanna Go Where You Go, Do What You Do)
02:00 December 15, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) On A Slow Boat To China

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Mail Call [Peggy Lee, Jimmy Durante, Johnny Mercer, Mel Tormé And The Mel-Tones]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 280     Rel. Year: 1948
      Winter Of 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
      Winter Of 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) What More Can A Woman Do
      Winter Of 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Jamboree Jones

The AFRS Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, The Mel-Tones (Les Baxter, Betty Beveridge, Ginny O'Connor, Bernie Parks), Johnny Mercer (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 86     Rel. Year: 1948
01:55 December 29, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Cuánto Le Gusta (La Parranda)
02:12 December 29, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) I Got Lucky In The Rain
02:17 December 29, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Maybe You'll Be There

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Phil Stevens (b), Joe Venuti (vn), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood}, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 56     Rel. Year: 1948
01:07 February 11, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) 'S Wonderful
01:05 February 11, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) I've Got A Crush On You
02:30 February 11, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) They Can't Take That Away From Me
01:39 February 11, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) I Got Rhythm
02:31 February 11, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Summertime

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Emmanuel "Manny" Klein (t), Loring "Red" Nichols (c), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Edwin "Buddy" Cole, Oscar Levant (p), Nick Fatool (d), Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Joe Venuti (vn), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Jubilee [Peggy Lee, Benny Benny Goodman, Howard McGhee]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 261     Rel. Year: 1948
      April 29, 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Blues Medley (Ain't Goin' No Place, Fine & Mellow, If You Don't Like My Peaches)

Irving Ashby (g), Charlie Drayton (b), Dodo Marmarosa (p), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Jubilee [Peggy Lee, Benny Carter, Erroll Garner, Benny Goodman]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 262     Rel. Year: 1948
      April 29, 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe
      April 29, 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Them There Eyes

Irving Ashby (g), Charlie Drayton (b), Dodo Marmarosa (p), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: {Mañana, with voiceover / Stan Kenton, Margaret Whiting, Jerry Colonna numbers}
Artist: Various
Format: V-Disc     Label: US Government's War Department, Army-Navy V-Disc Series     Cat. Num.: 855     Rel. Year: 1948
02:45 November 25, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Mañana

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), John Palladino (eng), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau and/or Billy May (arr), Dave Barbour (con, g), Dave Barbour And The Brazilians (acc), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Harry Klee (f, cl), Aloysio de Oliveira, Joe de Oliveira (g), Arthur Bernstein (b), Tommy Romersa (d), Ivan Lopes (bo), Oswaldo Gogiano, Antonio Martins, Paulo de Castro Monte (per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
One side contains numbers by Kenton ("Monotony") and Margaret Whiting ("April Showers"), and has J- J-594-USS-1018 as its matrix number. Etched on the other side is matrix number J- J-596-USS-1019; it features Peggy Lee ("Mañana) and Jerry Colonna ("Honkey Little Donkey"). The spoken introduction that precedes the recording of "Mañana" has been transcribed by Al Sears (author of the book V-Discs: A History And Discography) as follows:

Dave Barbour: Fellows, this is Dave Barbour. I've had a lot of fun, leading the bands on V-Discs for a grand singer and a nice girl. But, then, maybe I'm a bit prejudiced. Am I, Peggy Lee ... Barbour?
Peggy Lee: Yes you are, David. But you are right about the fun we've had making these V-Discs -- especially this triple A release. And we hope we can make lots more for you.
Dave Barbour: Same here, fellows. And now, Peg, let's let them hear our latest.
Peggy Lee: Fine here, David. Let's go.

Despite the implication behind the dialogue transcribed above, chances are that the V-Disc program used the Capitol recording. However, I have not actually listened to this disc; hence my identification of this performance of "Mañana" as the Capitol recording should be deemed tentative. The above-given release year is also tentative.


Title: Guest Star [Kay Kyser & Ish Kabibble / Jimmy Durante & Peggy Lee]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Treasury Department Service     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 67 & No. 68      Rel. Year: 1948
02:06 March 24, 1948; also July 11, 1948 JimmyDurante Show (NBC) Laroo Laroo Lilli Bolero

Roy Bargy's Orchestra (acc), Roy Bargy (p), Peggy Lee (v), The Crew Chiefs (bkv)

NOTES:
Peggy Lee is ward in program no. 68.


Title: Jubilee [Peggy Lee, John Beal, Benny Carter, Pete Dailey, Deep River Boys, Jerry Roll Morton]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 284     Rel. Year: 1948
      July 30, 1948 (Dubbing Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) My Old Flame

Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)


Title: Jubilee [Peggy Lee, Page Cavanaugh, Johnny Desmond, Ernie Gill, Pied Pipers, Frankie Soputo]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 285     Rel. Year: 1948
      Mid-August 1947 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Lonely Woman

The Page Cavanaugh Trio (acc), Alfred "Al" Viola (g), Lloyd Pratt (b), Page Cavanaugh (p), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 38     Rel. Year: 1948
02:22 October 8, 1947 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Just An Old Love Of Mine

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Guest Star [Alec Templeton / Peggy Lee & Dave Barbour]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Treasury Department Service     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 81 & 82     Rel. Year: 1948
      October 17, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) A Hundred Years From Today
      October 17, 1948 (Broadcast Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Them There Eyes

Unknown (cl, b, p), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 878     Rel. Year: 1948
01:07 November 18, 1948 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) You Call Everybody 'Darling'
03:06 October 14, 1948 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Love, Your (Magic) Spell Is Everywhere
02:16 November 18, 1948 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) So Dear To My Heart
02:08 October 7, 1948 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Love Somebody
03:20 November 18, 1948 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Maybe You'll Be There

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Ziggy Elman (t), Joe Howard (tb), Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (g), Phil Stephens (b), Hal Schaefer (p), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Al Jolson
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 10     Rel. Year: 1948
02:30 Thursday, December 2, 1948 Guest Spot (NBC) On A Slow Boat To China
01:23 Thursday, December 2, 1948 Guest Spot (NBC) People Will Say We're In Love
01:57 Thursday, December 2, 1948 Guest Spot (NBC) The Birth Of The Blues

Lou Bring And His Orchestra (acc), Al Jolson, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [1 Peggy Lee-Benny Goodman number; also Buddy Moreno, Vaughn Monroe, Johnny Mercer numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 951 - P 952      Rel. Year: 1948
02:46 December 2, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) For Every Man There's A Woman

Benny Goodman (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), Benny Goodman (con, cl), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Jack Dumont, Paul McLarand (as), Bumps Myers (ts), Chuck Gentry (bar), John Best (t), Sinclair Lott (frh), Al Hendrickson (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Red Norvo (vib), Tommy Romersa (d), Louis Kievman (vl), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
P 951 (SSL 1783): The two numbers from Capitol single 15030 by The Benny Goodman Orchestra ("Beyond The Sea," "For Every Man There Is A Woman") and two Johnny Mercer vocals ("Hooray for Love," "The Thousand Islands Song").
P 952 (SSL 1784): Two numbers by the orchestra of Tex Beneke ("Strange And Sweet," "Dreamy Lullaby," "Dream Girl," "Moonlight Whispers").
The release date is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals; also The Brooks Brothers, Hal Derwin numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 965 - P 966     Rel. Year: 1948
02:33 November 25, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Laroo Laroo Lilli Bolero
02:51 November 12, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Talkin' To Myself About You

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), John Palladino (eng), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr, f, cl), Dave Barbour (con, g), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra, Dave Barbour And The Brazilians (acc), Harry Klee (f, cl), Benny Carter (as), Herbert "Herbie" Haymer (ts), Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), Unknown (tb), Aloysio de Oliveira, Joe de Oliveira (g), Arthur Bernstein, George "Red" Callender (b), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Red Norvo (vib), Nick Fatool, Tommy Romersa (d), Ivan Lopes (bo), Oswaldo Gogiano, Antonio Martins, Paulo de Castro Monte (per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
P 965 (SL 1797): the two Peggy Lee vocals and two vocals credited to Hal Derwin And his Orchestra with the Hi-Liters ("No One But You," "One Dozen Roses").
P 966 (SL 1798): two numbers by The Benny Goodman Orchestra ("Give Me Those Good old Days," "You turned The Tables On Me") and two numbers by Nappy Lamare's Levee Loungers (South Street Rampart Parade," "Mama Inez").
The above-shown release year information is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [1 Peggy Lee vocal; also Jack Smith, Stan Kenton numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 983 - P 984     Rel. Year: 1948
02:45 November 25, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Mañana

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), John Palladino (eng), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau and/or Billy May (arr), Dave Barbour (con, g), Dave Barbour And The Brazilians (acc), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Harry Klee (f, cl), Aloysio de Oliveira, Joe de Oliveira (g), Arthur Bernstein (b), Tommy Romersa (d), Ivan Lopes (bo), Oswaldo Gogiano, Antonio Martins, Paulo de Castro Monte (per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
P 983 (SSL 1829) starts off with the Lee vocal, continues with the Jack Smith number ("The Big Band From Brazil"), and closes with the two Stan Kenton Orchestra numbers from Capitol single 15052 (The Peanut Vendor," "Thermopolae").
P 984 (SSL 1830) offers two numbers by the orchestra of Alvino Rey ("G String Boogie," "Anitra's Boogie") and two numbers by Joe Lutcher's Jump Band ("Hit The Block," "No Name Boogie").
The above-shown release year is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [Songs from the album Rendezvous With Peggy Lee; also Andy Russell numbers]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 991 - P 992      Rel. Year: 1948
02:28 November 19, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Why Don't You Do Right?
02:35 November 12, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) I Can't Give You Anything But Love
03:00 November 20, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Them There Eyes
03:09 November 12, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Stormy Weather
03:02 November 19, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) 'Deed I Do
03:09 December 2, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Don't Smoke In Bed

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr, cl), Benny Carter (arr, as), Billy May, Harold "Hal" Mooney, Johnny Thompson (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (sax, f, tb, o, g, b, str, p, d), Herbert "Herbie" Haymer (ts), Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), Dave Barbour (g), George "Red" Callender (b), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Red Norvo (vib), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
P 991 (SSL 1851) features the first four of the above-listed numbers, sequenced as shown.
P 992 (SSL 1852) features the remaining two numbers from the Rendezvous With Peggy Lee 78 rpm album, along with two vocals from Andy Russell ("What Do I Have To Do?," "Long After Tonight").
The release year information is tentative.


Title: G.I. Jive [Benny Goodman, Woody Herman, Red Norvo]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1907     Rel. Year: 1948
02:46 November 25, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Caramba! It's The Samba

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), John Palladino (eng), Dave Barbour (con, g), Dave Barbour And The Brazilians (acc), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Harry Klee (f, cl), Aloysio de Oliveira, Joe de Oliveira (g), Arthur Bernstein (b), Tommy Romersa (d), Ivan Lopes (bo), Oswaldo Gogiano, Antonio Martins, Paulo de Castro Monte (per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by the orchestras of Benny Goodman, Woody Herman, and Red Norvo.


Title: G.I. Jive [Bing Crosby, Mel Powell, Red Norvo]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1883     Rel. Year: 1948
02:46 December 2, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) For Every Man There's A Woman

Benny Goodman (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), Benny Goodman (con, cl), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Jack Dumont, Paul McLarand (as), Bumps Myers (ts), Chuck Gentry (bar), John Best (t), Sinclair Lott (frh), Al Hendrickson (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Red Norvo (vib), Tommy Romersa (d), Louis Kievman (vl), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by The Woody Herman Orchestra, Bing Crosby, and The Benny Goodman Sextet.


Title: G.I. Jive [Francis Craig, Larry Green, Woody Herman, Artie Shaw]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1960     Rel. Year: 1948
03:00 September 24, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Golden Earrings

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (f, b, str, p, d), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by the orchestras of Artie Shaw, Larry Green, Francis Craig, and Woody Herman.


Title: G.I. Jive [Tex Beneke, Glenn Miller, Margaret Whiting]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1910     Rel. Year: 1948
02:45 November 25, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Mañana

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), John Palladino (eng), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau and/or Billy May (arr), Dave Barbour (con, g), Dave Barbour And The Brazilians (acc), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Harry Klee (f, cl), Aloysio de Oliveira, Joe de Oliveira (g), Arthur Bernstein (b), Tommy Romersa (d), Ivan Lopes (bo), Oswaldo Gogiano, Antonio Martins, Paulo de Castro Monte (per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by The Woody Herman Orchestra, Margaret Whiting, and The Tex Beneke Orchestra.


Title: G.I. Jive [Tex Beneke, Woody Herman, Glenn Miller]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1968     Rel. Year: 1948
02:45 November 25, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Mañana

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), John Palladino (eng), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau and/or Billy May (arr), Dave Barbour (con, g), Dave Barbour And The Brazilians (acc), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Harry Klee (f, cl), Aloysio de Oliveira, Joe de Oliveira (g), Arthur Bernstein (b), Tommy Romersa (d), Ivan Lopes (bo), Oswaldo Gogiano, Antonio Martins, Paulo de Castro Monte (per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers by the orchestras of Woody Herman, Tex Beneke, and Glenn Miller.


Title: G.I. Jive [Woody Herman, Glenn Miller, Frank Sinatra]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1928     Rel. Year: 1948
03:00 November 20, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Baby, Don't Be Mad At Me

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Benny Carter (as), Herbert "Herbie" Haymer (ts), Dave Barbour (g), Unknown (b, d), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Red Norvo (vib), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by The Woody Herman Orchestra, Frank Sinatra, and The Glenn Miller Orchestra.


Title: [Various Artists] 1948 Christmas Seal Campaign, aka Christmas Seal Party
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 227 (RR 16400 - RR 164001)     Rel. Year: 1948    Volumes: 2
02:46 December 2, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) For Every Man There's A Woman

Benny Goodman (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), Benny Goodman (con, cl), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Jack Dumont, Paul McLarand (as), Bumps Myers (ts), Chuck Gentry (bar), John Best (t), Sinclair Lott (frh), Al Hendrickson (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Red Norvo (vib), Tommy Romersa (d), Louis Kievman (vl), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Don Wilson serves as this show's announcer and Bob Hope as its host. The opening segment is fully taken up by comedian Hope, reading from a script filled with middling jokes. A seemingly very tiny audience of men is heard throughout the segment, laughing at every joke. For the rest of the show, and with no audience audible any longer, the semblance of a Hope-hosted party is created with the help of patter from nine so-called guests, all of them Capitol recording artists at the time. Johnny Mercer, Jo Stafford, Paul Weston, Gordon MacRae, Margaret Whiting, Andy Russell, Peggy Lee, Jack Smith, and Nat King Cole are all heard in succession, each one speaking (or rather, exchanging scripted lines with) Hope. They supposedly perform numbers on the spot, too, but in reality, it is their Capitol recordings that are being played instead. Curiously, and perhaps due to time constraints, most of the recordings are not played in their entirety. Benny Goodman, The Clark Sisters, The Pied Pipers, Frank DeVol And His Orchestra are billed by name in the physical label of the discs, but are not present in the show. The reason for the billing is that they perform in some of the recordings (e.g, Goodman in "For Every Man There Is A Woman"). This issue consists of two transcription discs, one of them labeled part 1, the other part 2.


Title: [Bing Crosby] The American Red Cross Presents The Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's "American Red Cross 1949 Campaign"     Cat. Num.: 1-2     Rel. Year: 1949
01:19 November 10, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Exactly Like You
02:12 December 29, 1948 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) I Got Lucky In The Rain

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Because I have not listened to this disc, the identification of "I Got Lucky In The Rain" as the version from the December 29, 1948 broadcast of Bing Crosby's radio show is tentative. The alternative: it could be a version that Lee and Crosby sang on a later broadcast (January 26, 1949). The Crosby-Lee contents are found in side #1 of the disc; side #2 features The Bob Hope Show.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 88     Rel. Year: 1949
02:55 January 12, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Trouble Is A Man
02:00 January 12, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) On A Slow Mule To Memphis And Macon

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee, Johnny Mercer (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 90     Rel. Year: 1949
02:12 January 26, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 01/03/49) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) So Dear To My Heart
01:53 January 26, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 01/03/49) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) I Got Lucky In The Rain
00:49 January 26, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 01/03/49) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) When You're In Love With The Lover You Love
01:43 January 26, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 01/03/49) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) California

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), A. J. Cicerone, George Hall, Alex Massey, John "Jack" Mayhew, Paul Rosen, George Smith (r), Robert "Bobby" Guy, Earl Penny (t), Lou McGarity, Willard Spencer (tb), Loring "Red" Nichols (c), Ted Bergren, Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), James Moore, Israel "Izzy" Rosenbaum (sb), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Nick Fatool (d), Walter Borella, Frank Houser, Joseph Maita, Mischa Novy, Mayer Oberman, C. Russo (vn), Melvin Bandel (vc), Abe Burrows, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 94     Rel. Year: 1949
01:46 February 23, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Then I'll Be Happy (I Wanna Go Where You Go, Do What You Do)
02:51 February 23, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) So In Love
00:34 February 23, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) It Means That We Are We
00:43 February 23, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Happy, Happy, Happy Days

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (g), Milton De Lugg (p), Abe Burrows, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 96     Rel. Year: 1949
02:51 March 9, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) So In Love
01:30 March 9, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) When Is Sometime?
02:04 March 9, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Once And For Always

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 101     Rel. Year: 1949
02:30 April 13, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Easter Parade
02:30 April 13, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Down The Old Ox Road

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood}, The Gonzaga University Glee Club (bkv)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 103     Rel. Year: 1949
02:45 April 27, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Bali Ha'i
02:18 April 27, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Bebop Spoken Here
00:24 April 27, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Upper Peabody Technological College
00:48 April 27, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) She's The Sweetheart Of Delta Delta Tau

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Abe Burrows, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Special Opportunity Drive Guest Star
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Treasury Department Service     Cat. Num.: 113-114     Rel. Year: 1949
02:51 March 9, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) So In Love

Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The identification of the March 9, 1949 version of "So In Love" as the one found in this issue is tentative. I have not listened to the issue. There is another possible version of "So In Love," broadcast on an earlier show (February 23, 1949). If I have picked the later version only because it is slightly closer to the playing date found in the transcription date ("do not play before May 29, 1949"). The Crosby-Lee contents are in side number 114 of the disc; the other side features Jo Stafford and The Starlighters with Paul Weston.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 105     Rel. Year: 1949
01:42 May 11, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) How It Lies, How It Lies, How It Lies
01:14 May 11, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Far Away Places
01:13 May 11, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Blue Hawaii
03:16 May 11, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Bali Ha'i

John Scott Trotter (arr), John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Israel "Izzy" Rosenbaum (b), Alec Templeton (p), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Philco Radio Time
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program 97     Rel. Year: 1949
03:30 March 16, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 2/21/49) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) You Was

Louis Armstrong (t), Jack Teagarden (tb), Loring "Red" Nichols (c), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), James Moore (b), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Nick Fatool (d), Joe Venuti (vn), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 908     Rel. Year: 1949
      January 13, 1949 (Pre-recorded At An Unknown Date) Peggy Lee Show (NBC) A Little Bird Told Me
      January 13, 1949 (Pre-recorded At An Unknown Date) Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Hold Me
      January 13, 1949 (Pre-recorded At An Unknown Date) Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Baby, I Need You
      January 13, 1949 (Pre-recorded At An Unknown Date) Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Here I'll Stay
      December 16, 1948 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) I Don't Know Enough About You

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Ziggy Elman (t), Joe Howard (tb), Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (g), Phil Stephens (b), Hal Schaefer (p), Nick Fatool (d), Frankie Laine, Peggy Lee (v), Session Musicians (bkv)

NOTES:
Disc #908 also includes a Frankie Laine solo, "Rosetta." (Laine and Lee duet on "Baby, I Need You.") The flip side of this disc contains program #907, transcribed from the January 26, 1949 episode of the Chesterfield Supper Club, and hosted by Perry Como.



Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 910     Rel. Year: 1949
01:26 January 20, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Little Jack Frost, Get Lost
02:16 January 20, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) So Dear To My Heart
01:53 January 20, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) On The Sunny Side Of The Street
02:59 January 20, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
      December 16, 1948 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) A Little Bird Told Me

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Ziggy Elman (t), Joe Howard (tb), Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (g), Phil Stephens (b), Hal Schaefer (p), Nick Fatool (d), Frankie Laine, Peggy Lee, Tom Reddy (v)

NOTES:
The identification of this transcription's version of "A Little Bird Told Me" as the one from the December 16, 1948 is tentative. Lee sang "A Little Bird Told Me" in three Chesterfield Supper Club episodes, and the three versions are very similar to one another. Since I am not aware of any helpful sources on this matter, I have had to make an educated guess as to which version would be in this disc, to which I have not listened.


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 915     Rel. Year: 1949
01:34 January 27, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Then I'll Be Happy (I Wanna Go Where You Go, Do What You Do)
02:22 January 27, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) You Can Depend On Me
03:45 January 27, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) So In Love
02:26 December 9, 1948 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) On A Slow Boat To China

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Ziggy Elman (t), Joe Howard (tb), Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (g), Phil Stephens (b), Hal Schaefer (p), Nick Fatool (d), Frankie Laine, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes a Frankie Laine solo, "It Only Happens Once."

The identification of this transcription's version of "I Wanna Go Where You Go (Then I'll Be Happy)" as the one from the January 27, 1949 broadcast is based on the fact that the two subsequent songs are also from that broadcast, and so is the patter heard between songs. Lee sang "I Wanna Go Where You Go (Then I'll Be Happy" in three Chesterfield Supper Club episodes.

Lee sang "On A Slow Boat To China" in three episodes of NBC's Chesterfield Supper Club. The identification of this AFRS disc's version as the one from December 9, 1948 is based on the words used by Tom Reddy to announce the performance ("and now, here's our Peggy with Slow Boat To China"). Those words are heard only before the December 9 version.


Title: Al Jolson
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 20     Rel. Year: 1949
01:30 Thursday, February 10, 1949 (9:00 p.m.) Guest Spot (NBC) Then I'll Be Happy (I Wanna Go Where You Go, Do What You Do)
01:20 Thursday, February 10, 1949 (9:00 p.m.) Guest Spot (NBC) So Long, Mary
01:40 Thursday, February 10, 1949 (9:00 p.m.) Guest Spot (NBC) Summertime

Lou Bring And His Orchestra (acc), Al Jolson, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 921     Rel. Year: 1949
01:49 February 10, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) A Little Bird Told Me
03:03 February 10, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) I Cried For You
01:57 February 10, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) You Was
01:34 January 27, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Then I'll Be Happy (I Wanna Go Where You Go, Do What You Do)

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Ziggy Elman (t), Joe Howard (tb), Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (g), Phil Stephens (b), Hal Schaefer (p), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee, Dean Martin (v)

NOTES:
The identification of this transcription's version of "A Little Bird Told Me" as the one from the February 10, 1949 broadcast is based on the fact that the two subsequent songs are also from that broadcast, and so is the patter heard between songs. Lee sang "A Little Bird Told Me" in three Chesterfield Supper Club episodes, and the three versions are very similar to one another.

Lee also sang "I Wanna Go Where You Go (Then I'll Be Happy)" in three of the show's episodes. The identification of this version as the one from January 27, 1949 is tentative. It is strictly based on my aural comparison of this "I Wanna Go" track with another "I Wanna Go" track, the latter dated January 27. I have not detected any differences between the two tracks.


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: unknown     Rel. Year: 1949
      May 12, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Careless Hands
      May 12, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Again
      May 12, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) So In Love
      April 28, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Once And For Always

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Ziggy Elman (t), Joe Howard (tb), Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (g), Phil Stephens (b), Hal Schaefer (p), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
I do not have official documentation about this item. Its contents came to me in the form of a cassette tape, with no printed details other than a clarification that they were transferred from one AFRS disc called Supper Club. Its catalogue number may fall somewhere between 965 and 974, those two numbers included.

Peggy Lee sang "Once For Always" in two episodes of her Chesterfield Supper Club show. My identification of this disc's version as the one from the April 28, 1949 episode is tentative. I chose it over the March 10, 1949 version due to a couple of circumstantial details that pointed me in its direction.

Also heard in this item is "Bebop Spoken Here," sung by Frankie Laine along with his pianist Carl Fischer (accompanied by Dave Barbour and his sextet).


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 937     Rel. Year: 1949
      March 24, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Someone Like You
      March 24, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Kinda Peculiar Brown
      March 24, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
03:03 February 10, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) I Cried For You

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Ziggy Elman (t), Joe Howard (tb), Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (g), Phil Stephens (b), Hal Schaefer (p), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v), The Starlighters (Pauline Byrns, Vince Degen, Jerry Duane, Howard Hudson, Tony Paris) (bkv)

NOTES:
Also heard in this transcription disc is a performance of "Down By The Station" sung by The Starlighters and introduced by Peggy Lee.


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 962     Rel. Year: 1949
      May 5, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) This Can't Be Love
      May 5, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) When Is Sometime?
      May 5, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Similau

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Ziggy Elman (t), Joe Howard (tb), Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (g), Phil Stephens (b), Hal Schaefer (p), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [6 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1315 - P 1316     Rel. Year: 1949
03:17 February 5, 1942; 1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Booked 1:30 - 5:30) Master Take (Columbia) My Little Cousin
03:11 December 24, 1941; 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) On The Sunny Side Of The Street
03:21 March 10, 1942; 3:00 p.m. - 6:35 p.m. (Booked 3:00 - 6:00) Master Take (Columbia) The Way You Look Tonight
03:20 November 13, 1941; 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) Somebody Nobody Loves
03:21 December 24, 1941; 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) Where Or When
03:18 December 10, 1941; 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) Not Mine
02:41 April 18, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) (Ghost) Riders In The Sky (A Cowboy Legend)
02:55 December 29, 1948 Master Take (Capitol) Please, Love Me Tonight
02:23 February 8, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) Similau
03:19 November 27, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) While We're Young
03:08 March 11, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) Bali Ha'i
02:32 7/16/1946 Master Take (Capitol) I Get A Kick Out Of You

Dave Barbour, Benny Goodman, Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), John Palladino (eng), {Head Arrangement}, Eddie Sauter (arr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr, cl, ts), Mel Powell (arr, p, cel), Dave Barbour All-Stars, Dave Barbour And His Orchestra, Dave Barbour's Afro-Cubans, Buddy Cole's Four Of A Kind, The Benny Goodman Orchestra, The Benny Goodman Sextet, Peggy Lee and Her Dixieland Band (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Sol Kane, Clint Neagley, Jules "Julie" Schwartz (as), George Berg, Vido Musso (ts), Chuck Gentry, Art Ralston (bar), Billy Butterfield, Al Davis, Ray Linn, James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Bernie Privin (t), Unknown (t, tb, b, p, d), Cutty Cutshall, Lou McGarity (tb), Dave Barbour, Tom "Tommy" Morgan, George Van Eps (g), Phil Stephens, Phil Stevens, Sid Weiss (b), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p, cel, org), Hal Schaefer (p), Ralph Collier, Nick Fatool, Iván López, Jackie Mills, Tommy Romersa (d), Peggy Lee (v), The Jud Conlon Singers (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
Culled from the 1948 Columbia album Benny Goodman And Peggy Lee, the first six sides are reported to be on side 1315. Capitol items, all the other numbers are said to be on side 1316. My received information about this particular disc is vague, and might not be entirely reliable. (The alleged inclusion of the last number, a transcription recording, is certainly suspect, though not out of the realm of possibility.) I hope to make a more careful search for accurate data in the future, when my schedule permits it. Unless otherwise indicated, any dating entered for this or any other disc from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series should be deemed tentative, too.


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 975     Rel. Year: 1949
      June 2, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) I Get A Kick Out Of You
      June 2, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Again
      June 2, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Ziggy Elman (t), Joe Howard (tb), Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (g), Phil Stephens (b), Hal Schaefer (p), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [6 songs from the album South Pacific, 2 of them Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1321 - P 1322     Rel. Year: 1949
03:08 April 18, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair
03:08 March 11, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) Bali Ha'i

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour All-Stars, Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 1322 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Supper Club
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: 980     Rel. Year: 1949
      June 9, 1949 (Pre-recorded At An Unknown Date) Peggy Lee Show (NBC) It's A Good Day
      June 9, 1949 (Pre-recorded At An Unknown Date) Peggy Lee Show (NBC) So In Love
      June 9, 1949 (Pre-recorded At An Unknown Date) Peggy Lee Show (NBC) Bali Ha'i
      June 9, 1949 (Pre-recorded At An Unknown Date) Peggy Lee Show (NBC) (Ghost) Riders In The Sky (A Cowboy Legend)
      May 26, 1949 Peggy Lee Show (NBC) I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Ziggy Elman (t), Joe Howard (tb), Dave Barbour, George Van Eps (g), Phil Stephens (b), Hal Schaefer (p), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Guest Star [Ozzie Nelson & Harriet Hilliard / Peggy Lee]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Treasury Department Service     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 129 & 130     Rel. Year: 1949
      September 18, 1949 Guest Spot (AFRS) Lover, Come Back To Me
      September 18, 1949 Guest Spot (AFRS) Goodbye, John

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Dave Barbour (g), Unknown (b, p), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 1     Rel. Year: 1949
01:06 September 21, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 09/18/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Louisa From Lake Luise
00:43 September 21, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 09/18/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) We Love The Canadian Rockies
01:50 September 21, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 09/18/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Maybe It's Because (I Love You Too Much)

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Warren Baker, Morris Bercov, Dent Eckles, Julian "Matty" Matlock, Lawrence "Larry" Wright (r), Robert "Bobby" Guy, George Seaberg (t), Walter Benson, Wendell "Gus" Mayhew, William "Bill" Schaefer (tb), Loring "Red" Nichols (c), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Phil Stephens (sb), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Milton De Lugg (pac), Nick Fatool (d), Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Jacques Gasselin, Murray Kellner, Mayer Oberman, Raoul Poliakin, Mischa Russell (vn), Samuel "Sam" Freed, Jr (vl), Cy Bernard (vc), Abe Burrows, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 2     Rel. Year: 1949
01:09 September 28, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 09/24/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Ophelia's Blues (I'm Sweet, Shy Ophelia)
00:44 September 28, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 09/24/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Everything Is OK In Denmark
02:42 September 28, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 09/24/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) You Are In Love With Someone

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Milton De Lugg (pac), Abe Burrows, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 4     Rel. Year: 1949
01:43 October 12, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 09/19/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) How It Lies, How It Lies, How It Lies
01:43 October 12, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 09/19/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) A Wonderful Guy
01:57 October 12, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 09/19/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) I've Got A Crush On You
02:08 October 12, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 09/19/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Again

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Loring "Red" Nichols (c), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 5     Rel. Year: 1949
02:22 October 19, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) It's More Fun Than A Picnic
01:54 October 19, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 10     Rel. Year: 1949
03:16 November 23, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/17/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) A Thousand Violins
03:29 November 23, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/17/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) 'Way Back Home

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Cy Bernard (str, vn), Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Raoul Poliakin, Joe Venuti (vn), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 12     Rel. Year: 1949
03:03 December 7, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 12/03/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Here Comes Santa Claus
02:23 December 7, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 12/03/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Mañana [Christmas Version]
03:21 December 7, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 12/03/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Stay Well

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Basic Music Library [6 Peggy Lee vocals; also Andy Russell numbers]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1189 - P 1190     Rel. Year: 1949
03:03 November 19, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Hold Me
02:40 December 26, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Then I'll Be Happy (I Wanna Go Where You Go, Do What You Do)
03:13 November 20, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Everybody Loves Somebody
03:01 December 2, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Bubble-loo, Bubble-loo
03:09 December 2, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Don't Smoke In Bed
02:28 November 19, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Why Don't You Do Right?

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Billy May, Harold "Hal" Mooney (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (sax, f, o, g, b, str, p, d), Benny Carter (as), Herbert "Herbie" Haymer (ts), Dave Barbour (g), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Red Norvo (vib), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)


Title: Basic Music Library [Duets Featuring Peggy Lee, Margaret Whiting, Doris Day, Jo Stafford]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1233 - P 1234     Rel. Year: 1949
02:46 December 14, 1948 Master Take (Capitol) You Was

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Sonny Burke (arr), Unknown (acc), Peggy Lee, Dean Martin (v)

NOTES:
Only the contents of the side featuring Peggy Lee have been factored in. I hope to search for details about P 1233 in the (perhaps distant) future, when my schedule permits it. Unless otherwise indicated, any dating entered for this or any other disc from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series should be deemed tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [3 Peggy Lee, 1 Dinah Shore, 1 Doris Day, 1 The Satisfiers vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1245 - P 1246     Rel. Year: 1949
02:07 December 14, 1948 Master Take (Capitol) Someone Like You
02:31 December 29, 1948 Master Take (Capitol) Blum Blum (I Wonder Who I Am)
03:10 December 29, 1948 Master Take (Capitol) If You Could See Me Now

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Peggy Lee and Her Dixieland Band (acc), Unknown (acc, t, tb, b, p, d), Dave Barbour (g), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 1245 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee, 2 Pauline Byrne vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1371 - P 1372     Rel. Year: 1949
03:07 May 25, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) At The Café Rendezvous
02:30 June 3, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) Neon Signs
03:12 June 3, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) Through A Long And Sleepless Night
03:14 May 25, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) You Can Have Him

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour (con), Dave Barbour All-Stars (acc), Peggy Lee (v), The Jud Conlon Singers (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 1371 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: G.I. Jive [Connie Haines, Lionel Hampton, Woody Herman]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 2245     Rel. Year: 1949
03:17 February 5, 1942; 1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Booked 1:30 - 5:30) Master Take (Columbia) My Little Cousin

Benny Goodman (ldr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Sol Kane, Clint Neagley (as), George Berg, Vido Musso (ts), Art Ralston (bar), Al Davis, James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Bernie Privin (t), Cutty Cutshall, Lou McGarity (tb), Tom "Tommy" Morgan (g), Sid Weiss (b), Ralph Collier (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by Connie Haines and the orchestras of Woody Herman and Lionel Hampton.


Title: G.I. Jive [Woody Herman, Alvino Rey]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 2246     Rel. Year: 1949
03:08 March 11, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) Bali Ha'i
03:20 November 13, 1941; 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) Somebody Nobody Loves

Benny Goodman, Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Eddie Sauter (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra, The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Jules "Julie" Schwartz (as), George Berg, Vido Musso (ts), Chuck Gentry (bar), Billy Butterfield, Al Davis, James "Jimmy" Maxwell (t), Cutty Cutshall, Lou McGarity (tb), Tom "Tommy" Morgan (g), Sid Weiss (b), Mel Powell (p), Ralph Collier (d), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by the orchestras of Alvino Rey and Woody Herman.


Title: G.I. Jive [Woody Herman, Mary Ann McCall, Margaret Whiting]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1860     Rel. Year: 1949
03:14 May 25, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) You Can Have Him

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour All-Stars (acc), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by The Woody Herman Orchestra (with and without Mary Ann McCall) and Margaret Whiting.


Title: Jill's Juke Box
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 239     Rel. Year: 1949
03:21 December 24, 1941; 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) Where Or When

Benny Goodman (ldr), {Head Arrangement} (arr), Mel Powell (arr, p, cel), The Benny Goodman Sextet (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Lou McGarity (tb), Tom "Tommy" Morgan (g), Sid Weiss (b), Ralph Collier (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by Frank Sinatra and by the orchestras of Duke Ellington, Harry James, Glenn Miller (with The Modernaires), and Artie Shaw (with and without The Gramercy Five).


Title: American Personalities Parade
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Department Of State     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 15 & No. 16     Rel. Year: 1949
02:30 April 13, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Easter Parade
02:30 April 13, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Down The Old Ox Road
02:04 March 9, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) Once And For Always

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood}, The Gonzaga University Glee Club (bkv)

NOTES:
Side no. 15 contains performances from Bing Crosby's radio shows, including the three duets with Peggy Lee shown above. Program no. 16, for which I do not have a track listing, may also stem from radio shows; it contains numbers performed by Johnny Mercer and Rhonda Fleming. The above-given release date is tentative.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 17     Rel. Year: 1950
01:55 January 11, 1950 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Little Jack Frost, Get Lost
02:18 January 11, 1950 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) When You Speak With Your Eyes

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra, Other Individuals Unknown (acc), Warren Baker, Julian "Matty" Matlock, Lawrence "Larry" Wright (r), Loring "Red" Nichols (cl), Robert "Bobby" Guy (t), Wendell "Gus" Mayhew (tb), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Mel Henke (p), Nick Fatool (d), Mayer Oberman, Raoul Poliakin (vn), Cy Bernard (vc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 19     Rel. Year: 1950
03:28 January 25, 1950 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 1/18/50) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Sunshine Cake
02:02 January 25, 1950 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 1/18/50) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) I'm Comin', Virginia

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Nick Fatool (d), Joe Venuti (vn), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Command Performance [Peggy Lee, The Four Knights, Danny Thomas]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 414     Rel. Year: 1950
      Late 1949 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Then I'll Be Happy (I Wanna Go Where You Go, Do What You Do)
      Late 1949 (Recording Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues

The AFRS Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 21     Rel. Year: 1950
03:20 February 8, 1950 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Sunshine Cake
02:24 February 8, 1950 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 46     Rel. Year: 1950
02:33 December 13, 1950 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 12/09/50) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) A Bushel And A Peck
02:07 December 13, 1950 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 12/09/50) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Orange-colored Sky
02:01 December 13, 1950 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 12/09/50) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Silver Bells

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Basic Music Library [11 Peggy Lee vocals, 2 of them from a duet single with Mel Torme]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1603 - P 1604     Rel. Year: 1950
02:26 March 13, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Once Around The Moon
02:49 March 13, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Cry, Cry, Cry
03:00 November 20, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Them There Eyes
03:07 October 6, 1949 (Beginning at 2:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Crazy, He Calls Me
02:59 December 2, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) When You Speak With Your Eyes
02:52 December 2, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) My Small Señor (With The Sonriente Eyes)
02:28 September 23, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Sugar (That Sugar Baby Of Mine)
02:30 October 7, 1949 (Beginning at 1:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Save Your Sorrow For Tomorrow
03:09 June 3, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) Song At Midnight
02:49 November 16, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) Bless You (For The Good That Is In You)
02:46 November 16, 1949 Master Take (Capitol) The Old Master Painter

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr, r), Benny Carter (arr, as), Pete Rugolo (arr, con), Dave Barbour (con, g), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra, Lou Busch and His Orchestra, The Gualadajara Boys, Pete Rugolo and His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (r, f, cl, bcl, t, enh, frh, bsn, o, g, b, str, p, cel, hrp, d, vc), Herbert "Herbie" Haymer (ts), Lou Busch, Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Red Norvo (vib), Peggy Lee, Mel Tormé (v), The Jud Conlon Singers, The Mellomen {Bob Hamlin, Bill Lee, Thurl Ravenscroft, Max Smith} (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
Matrix numbers SSL 3023 and SSL 3024.


Title: Basic Music Library [5 Benny Goodman numbers, 1 of them with Peggy Lee]
Artist: Benny Goodman
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1623 - P 1624     Rel. Year: 1950
03:12 July 27, 1942 Master Take (Columbia) Why Don't You Do Right?

Benny Goodman (ldr), Morty Palitz (pdr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Leonard Sims, Jon Walton (ts), Robert "Bob" Poland (bar), Benny Baker, Tony Faso (aka Joseph Fasulo), James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Lawrence Stearns, aka Alfred Sculco (t), Charlie Castaldo, Lou McGarity (tb), Dave Barbour (g), Cliff Hill (b), Howard "Hud" Davies (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found in the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 1623 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: G.I. Jive [ Tex Beneke, Woody Herman, Glenn Miller]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 2345     Rel. Year: 1950
02:45 November 25, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Mañana

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), John Palladino (eng), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau and/or Billy May (arr), Dave Barbour (con, g), Dave Barbour And The Brazilians (acc), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Harry Klee (f, cl), Aloysio de Oliveira, Joe de Oliveira (g), Arthur Bernstein (b), Tommy Romersa (d), Ivan Lopes (bo), Oswaldo Gogiano, Antonio Martins, Paulo de Castro Monte (per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by the orchestras of Tex Beneke, Woody Herman, and Glenn Miller.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1725 - P 1276     Rel. Year: 1950
02:35 September 13, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Life Is So Peculiar
02:46 Seeptember 14, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Once In A Lifetime
02:22 March 13, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Helpless
02:48 Junee 16, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Lover, Come Back To Me
02:29 Junee 16, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Happy Music
02:05 Junee 16, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Show Me The Way To Get Out Of This World

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Richard "Dick" Hazard (arr), Dave Barbour (con), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (b, str, p, d), Peggy Lee (v), The Jud Conlon Choir (bkv)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 1276 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Matrix numbers believed to be SSL 3303 and SSL 3304. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 56     Rel. Year: 1951
02:15 February 21, 1951 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 02/10/51) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Just The Way You Are
02:13 February 21, 1951 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 02/10/51) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Would I Love You (Love You, Love You)

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Basic Music Library [1 Peggy Lee vocal; also Merv Griffin, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: unknown     Rel. Year: 1951
02:08 May 16, 1951 (8:30 p.m.- 12:30 a.m.; Second Of Two Sessions) Master Take (Capitol) (When I Dance With You) I Get Ideas

Peggy Lee (ldr), Billy May (arr), Billy May And His Orchestra (acc), John Hacker, Jules Jacob[s], Jules Kinsler (r), John Graas (frh), Laurindo Almeida, Jose Oliveira (g), Meyer "Mike" Rubin (b), Don Ferris (p), Kathryn Thompson (hrp), Joe Guerrero (d), Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Ben Gill, Henry Hill, Lou Raderman, Mischa Russell, Felix Slatkin (vn), Cy Bernard, Eleanor Slatkin (vc), Peggy Lee (v), The Jud Conlon Singers (bkv)

NOTES:
Gathered from the web, some of the above-shown data could very well be wrong. Perhaps this is not a Basic Music Library disc? Assistance would be appreciated.


Title: Guest Star Defense Bond Drive [Gene Autry / Peggy Lee]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Treasury Department Service     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 233 & 234     Rel. Year: 1951
      September 16, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) Where Or When
      September 16, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) All Of Me
      September 16, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Guest Spot (AFRS) He's Only Wonderful

Harry Sosnik And the Saving Bonds Orchestra (acc), Joe Shulman (b), Gene DiNovi, Harry Sosnik (p), William Exiner (d), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [6 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1785 - P 1786     Rel. Year: 1951
02:14 February 8, 1951 Master Take (Capitol) Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!
02:29 Junee 16, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Happy Music
02:16 February 8, 1951 Master Take (Capitol) Rock Me To Sleep
02:05 Junee 16, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Show Me The Way To Get Out Of This World
03:14 September 13, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Ay, Ay, Chug A Chug
03:01 Seeptember 14, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Where Are You?

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Richard "Dick" Hazard (arr), Benny Carter (arr, unk), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra, Louis Prima and His Orchestra (acc), Jim Wynn (sax), Unknown (b, str, p, d), Peggy Lee (v), The Jud Conlon Choir (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 1786 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Matrix numbers believed to be SSL 3455 and SSL 3456. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1867 - P 1868     Rel. Year: 1951
02:26 Deceember 26, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) The Mill On The Floss
02:45 Deceember 26, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) Climb Up The Mountain
02:19 Junee 16, 1950 Master Take (Capitol) The Cannonball Express
02:29 February 8, 1951 Master Take (Capitol) That Ol' Devil (Won't Get Me)
02:16 February 8, 1951 Master Take (Capitol) Rock Me To Sleep
02:14 February 8, 1951 Master Take (Capitol) Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Benny Carter (arr, unk), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra, Louis Prima and His Orchestra (acc), Jim Wynn (sax), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 1867 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Matrix numbers believed to be SSL 3755 and SSL 3756. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1906 - P 1907     Rel. Year: 1951
03:02 May 16, 1951 (5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.; First Of Two Sessions) Master Take (Capitol) So Far, So Good
03:06 May 16, 1951 (5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.; First Of Two Sessions) Master Take (Capitol) Tonight You Belong To Me
02:08 May 16, 1951 (8:30 p.m.- 12:30 a.m.; Second Of Two Sessions) Master Take (Capitol) (When I Dance With You) I Get Ideas
02:10 May 16, 1951 (8:30 p.m.- 12:30 a.m.; Second Of Two Sessions) Master Take (Capitol) My Magic Heart
02:20 April 5, 1951 Master Take (Capitol) If You Turn Me Down (Dee-own, Down, Down)
02:36 April 5, 1951 Master Take (Capitol) Boulevard Café

Peggy Lee (ldr), Sid Feller (arr, con), Billy May (arr), Sid Feller and His Orchestra, Billy May And His Orchestra (acc), John Hacker, Jules Jacob[s], Jules Kinsler (r), Ed Kusby aka Edward Kuczborski (tb), John Graas (frh), Laurindo Almeida, Jose Oliveira, Vincent Terri (g), Meyer "Mike" Rubin, Don Whitaker (b), Don Ferris, Paul Smith (p), Kathryn Thompson (hrp), Joe Guerrero, Tommy Romersa (d), Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Ben Gill, Henry Hill, Lou Raderman, Mischa Russell, Felix Slatkin (vn), Cy Bernard, Eleanor Slatkin (vc), Peggy Lee (v), The Jud Conlon Singers (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
P 1907 contains the above-listed numbers. I do not have details about P 1906, but will be searching for them in the future. Matrix numbers believed to be SSL 3822 and SSL 3823. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 Benny Goodman numbers, 2 of them with Peggy Lee]
Artist: Benny Goodman
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1971 - P 1972     Rel. Year: 1951
03:16 November 13, 1941; 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) How Long Has This Been Going On?
02:42 August 20, 1941 Master Take (Columbia) I See A Million People

Benny Goodman (ldr), John Hammond (pdr), Bill Savory (eng), Mel Powell (arr, p), Eddie Sauter (arr), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Skip Martin, Clint Neagley, Jules "Julie" Schwartz (as), George Berg, Vido Musso (ts), Chuck Gentry (bar), Billy Butterfield, Al Davis, James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Cootie Williams (t), Cutty Cutshall, Lou McGarity (tb), Tom "Tommy" Morgan (g), John Simmons, Sid Weiss (b), Sid Catlett, Ralph Collier (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 1972 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 Mel Tormé vocals, 2 of them with Peggy Lee]
Artist: Mel Tormé
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 1961 - P 1962     Rel. Year: 1951
02:26 7/10/1951 Master Take (Capitol) Don't Fan The Flame
03:03 7/10/1951 Master Take (Capitol) Telling Me Yes, Telling Me No

Peggy Lee (ldr), Sid Feller (arr, con), Sid Feller and His Orchestra (acc), Buck Clayton, Bernie Privin (t), Warren Covington, Lou McGarity, Buddy Morrow (tb), Barry Galbraith (g), Joe Shulman (b), Joe Lewis (p), William Exiner (d), Peggy Lee, Mel Tormé (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 1961 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. The matrix numbers are believed to be SSL 3949 and SSL 3950. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Jukebox U.S.A. [Perry Como, Tony Martin, Dinah Shore, Others]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 201     Rel. Year: 1951
03:02 May 16, 1951 (5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.; First Of Two Sessions) Master Take (Capitol) So Far, So Good

Peggy Lee (ldr), Sid Feller (arr), Billy May And His Orchestra (acc), Ed Kusby aka Edward Kuczborski (tb), Vincent Terri (g), Don Whitaker (b), Paul Smith (p), Tommy Romersa (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by The Les Brown Orchestra, Dinah Shore with Tony Martin, Perry Como, The Woody Herman Orchestra, The Bob Crosby Orchestra, Margaret Whiting, and The David Rose Orchestra.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 2103 - P 2104     Rel. Year: 1951
02:35 November 12, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) I Can't Give You Anything But Love
03:23 December 26, 1945 Master Take (Capitol) I Don't Know Enough About You
02:29 May 16, 1951 (8:30 p.m.- 12:30 a.m.; Second Of Two Sessions) Master Take (Capitol) I Love You But I Don't Like You
02:52 May 16, 1951 (8:30 p.m.- 12:30 a.m.; Second Of Two Sessions) Master Take (Capitol) Wandering Swallow (Juazeiro)
03:19 November 27, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) While We're Young
02:23 October 17, 1946 Master Take (Capitol) Birmingham Jail

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Dave Barbour (arr, g), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau and/or Billy May, Billy May, Harold "Hal" Mooney (arr), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr, cl), Peggy Lee (arr, v), Dave Barbour All-Stars, Dave Barbour And His Orchestra, Billy May And His Orchestra (acc), John Hacker, Jules Jacob[s], Jules Kinsler (r), Unknown (sax, cl, tb, b, p), Benny Carter (as), Herbert "Herbie" Haymer (ts), Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), John Graas (frh), Laurindo Almeida, Jose Oliveira (g), George "Red" Callender, Meyer "Mike" Rubin (b), Edwin "Buddy" Cole, Don Ferris, Hal Schaefer (p), Red Norvo (vib), Kathryn Thompson (hrp), Nick Fatool, Joe Guerrero (d), Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Ben Gill, Henry Hill, Lou Raderman, Mischa Russell, Felix Slatkin (vn), Cy Bernard, Eleanor Slatkin (vc), The Jud Conlon Singers (bkv)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 2104 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. The matrix numbers are believed to be SSL 4249 and SSL 4250. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 112     Rel. Year: 1952
03:12 June 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 06/02/52) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Lover
02:08 June 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 06/02/52) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Watermelon Weather

Gordon Jenkins (arr), John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 113     Rel. Year: 1952
03:24 June 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 06/15/52) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) You Go To My Head
02:40 June 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 06/15/52) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Zing A Little Zong
02:36 June 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 06/15/52) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Let's Go To Town
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's National Guard     Cat. Num.: Program No. 17     Rel. Year: 1952
      Late 1952 Guest Spot (AFRS) Takes Two To Tango

Les Brown And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Let's Go To Town
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's National Guard     Cat. Num.: Program No. 18     Rel. Year: 1952
02:30 Late 1952 Guest Spot (AFRS) Wish You Were Here

Les Brown And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Let's Go To Town
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's National Guard     Cat. Num.: Program No. 19     Rel. Year: 1952
      Late 1952 Guest Spot (AFRS) The Lady Is A Tramp

Les Brown And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Let's Go To Town
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's National Guard     Cat. Num.: Program No. 20     Rel. Year: 1952
      Late 1952 Guest Spot (AFRS) When I Fall In Love

Les Brown And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 2327 - P 2328     Rel. Year: 1952
02:33 December 17, 1951 Master Take (Capitol) Shame On You
02:13 December 17, 1951 Master Take (Capitol) Would You Dance With A Stranger?
02:01 February 18, 1952 Master Take (Capitol) Goin' On A Hayride
03:03 February 18, 1952 Master Take (Capitol) Ev'rytime

Peggy Lee (ldr), Sid Feller (arr), Sid Feller and His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (t, g, b, p, d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
P 2327 contains the four above-listed Lee numbers along with two Mindy Carson vocals ("Allegheny Fiddler," "Dance Me Loose"). At the present time, only the contents of the side featuring Peggy Lee have been factored in. A search for details about P 2388 might be attempted in the future, if my schedule permits it. The matrix numbers are believed to be SSL 4699 and SSL 4650. Any dating entered for this or any other disc from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series should be deemed tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 2385 - P 2386     Rel. Year: 1952
02:47 April 3, 1952 Master Take (Decca) Forgive Me
03:11 April 3, 1952 Master Take (Decca) You Go To My Head
03:14 April 3, 1952 Master Take (Decca) Be Anything (But Be Mine)
03:20 May 1, 1952 Master Take (Decca) Lover

Peggy Lee (ldr), Milt Gabler, Morty Palitz (pdr), Gordon Jenkins (arr, con), Peggy Lee (arr, v), Gordon Jenkins And His Orchestra (acc), Art Drellinger, Jack Greenberg, Tom Parshley, Milt Yaner (sax), Art Ryerson (g), Jack Lesberg (b), Bernie Leighton (p), Harry Jaeger (d), Unknown (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
P 2386 contains the above-listed Peggy Lee numbers along with two vocals by Georgia Gibbs. A search for details about P 2385 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 Bing Crosby vocals, 2 of them with Peggy Lee]
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 2441 - P 2442     Rel. Year: 1952
02:52 May 16, 1952 (11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.) Master Take (Decca) The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night
03:01 May 16, 1952 (11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.) Master Take (Decca) Watermelon Weather

Peggy Lee (ldr), Vic Schoen (arr), Vic Schoen And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 2441 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 2503 - P 2504     Rel. Year: 1952
02:55 April 28, 1952 Master Take (Decca) Just One Of Those Things
03:01 April 3, 1952 Master Take (Decca) I'm Glad There Is You

Peggy Lee (ldr), Milt Gabler, Morty Palitz (pdr), Gordon Jenkins (arr, con), Gordon Jenkins And His Orchestra (acc), Art Drellinger, Jack Greenberg, Tom Parshley, Milt Yaner (sax), Art Ryerson (g), Jack Lesberg (b), Bernie Leighton (p), Unknown (d), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
P 2503 contains the two above-listed Peggy Lee numbers as well as four Sarah Vaughan vocals ("Time To Go," "If Someone Had Told Me," "Street Of Dreams," "Corner To Corner"). Only the contents of the side featuring Peggy Lee have been factored in. A search for details about P 2504 might be attempted n the future, if my schedule permits it. The matrix numbers might or might not be SSL 5075 and SSL 5076. Any dating entered for this or any other disc from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series should be deemed tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 2577 - P 2578     Rel. Year: 1952
03:10 July 31, 1952 Master Take (Decca) River, River
03:17 July 31, 1952 Master Take (Decca) Sans Souci

Peggy Lee (ldr), Gordon Jenkins (arr), Gordon Jenkins And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), The Gordon Jenkins Chorus (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
P 2578 contains the above-listed Peggy Lee interpretations as well as four vocals by Sarah Vaughan. A search for details about P 2577 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [7 Bing Crosby vocals, 2 of them duets with Peggy Lee]
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 2629 - P 2630     Rel. Year: 1952
01:55 January 11, 1950 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Little Jack Frost, Get Lost
03:29 November 23, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/17/49) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) 'Way Back Home

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra, Other Individuals Unknown (acc), Warren Baker, Julian "Matty" Matlock, Lawrence "Larry" Wright (r), Loring "Red" Nichols (cl), Robert "Bobby" Guy (t), Wendell "Gus" Mayhew (tb), Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Mel Henke (p), Nick Fatool (d), Mayer Oberman, Raoul Poliakin (vn), Cy Bernard (vc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)

NOTES:
The Crosby material is on side P 2629. A search for details about P 2630 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 songs from the album Road To Bali, 2 of them Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 2651 - 2652     Rel. Year: 1952
03:16 June 20, 1952 Master Take (Decca) Moon Flowers
02:28 June 24, 1952 Master Take (Decca) Merry-Go-Runaround

Bing Crosby (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con), Sonny Burke And His Orchestra, Axel Stordahl And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
P 2651 is dedicated to songs from the Decca album Road To Bali. A search for details about P 2652 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Jukebox U.S.A. [Woody Herman, Herb Jeffries, Artie Shaw, Others]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 349     Rel. Year: 1952
02:36 April 5, 1951 Master Take (Capitol) Boulevard Café

Peggy Lee (ldr), Sid Feller (arr, con), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by Norman Kaye, Tiny Hill, The Woody Herman Orchestra, Herb Jeffries, The Artie Shaw Orchestra, The Three Suns, Eddie Fisher, and Georgia Gibbs. Presumed to date from the 1950s.


Title: Stars For Defense (Connie Haines, Peggy Lee)
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Office Of Price Stabilization     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 13 & No. 14      Rel. Year: 1953
01:42 April 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One Of Those Things
02:12 April 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Be Anything (But Be Mine)
02:21 April 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Lady Is A Tramp

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Since I have not listened to this disc, my identification of its performances is tentative. Both given dates belong to episodes of the show Club 88 Starring Peggy Lee, whose contents are itemized here.

The three above-listed titles are certainly sung by Peggy Lee in the disc, but the claim that they are from Club 88 is a deduction on my part. Pointing in the direction of Club 88 is the personnel that is known to be heard in the disc: announcer Olen Tice and band Russ Case, the latter with his orchestra.

Even more speculative is my pinpointing of the specific above-listed performances from the show. The core difficulty is that all three titles were heard in multiple episodes of the show. Out of the various episodes from which to choose, I selected the one dated April 8, 1952 because it included two of the three songs in question. (None of the other episodes includes more than one of the songs.) As for the version of "Just One Of Those Things" from the April 15, 1952 episode, I picked it merely because it is chronologically the closest to the other two.

Like a few other AFRS/Government shows listed in this page, Stars For Defense was probably pieced together through a combination of the old and the new: specifically, a mixture of already broadcast songs and freshly prepared dialogue. Lee is heard pitching for the Defense program and also introducing Russ Case's instrumental number "Sophisticated Lady."


Title: [Bing Crosby] General Electric Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 21     Rel. Year: 1953
02:40 February 26, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 02/07/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Just One Of Those Things
02:22 February 26, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 02/07/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) That's A-Plenty

Gordon Jenkins, John Scott Trotter (arr), John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Guest Star [Morton Downey / Peggy Lee]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Treasury Department Service     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 339 & 340     Rel. Year: 1953
      September 27, 1953 (Earliest Broadcast Date Allowed) Guest Spot (AFRS) When I Fall In Love
      September 27, 1953 (Earliest Broadcast Date Allowed) Guest Spot (AFRS) Who's Gonna Pay The Check?

Harry Sosnik And the Saving Bonds Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] General Electric Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 47     Rel. Year: 1953
02:48 November 15, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/08/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) I've Got A Crush On You
01:38 November 15, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/08/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) 'S Wonderful
00:41 November 15, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/08/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Collegiate: College Medley
00:58 November 15, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/08/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Ain't We Got Fun: College Medley
00:39 November 15, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/08/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Betty Co-Ed: College Medley
00:51 November 15, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/08/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) The Varsity Drag: College Medley

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: [Bing Crosby] General Electric Bing Crosby Show
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Show 49     Rel. Year: 1953
01:55 November 29, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/08/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) You And The Night And The Music
02:00 November 29, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/08/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) What Is This Thing Called Love?
01:00 November 29, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/08/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) Exactly Like You
00:57 November 29, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/08/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) I Got Rhythm
01:14 November 29, 1953 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped 11/08/53) Bing Crosby Show (CBS) They Can't Take That Away From Me

John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra (acc), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 2871 - P 2872     Rel. Year: 1953
02:49 February 18, 1953 Master Take (Decca) Who's Gonna Pay The Check?
02:50 February 18, 1953 Master Take (Decca) You Let My Love Get Cold
02:48 1/29/1947 Master Take (Capitol) Speaking Of Angels
02:23 1/29/1947 Master Take (Capitol) Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Dave Barbour (arr, g), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Joe Lippman (arr), Peggy Lee (arr, v), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (sax, t, tb), Phil Stephens (b), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Tommy Romersa (d), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The Peggy Lee vocals are on side P 2872. A search for details about P 2871 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 3213 - P 3214     Rel. Year: 1953
02:09 May 1, 1953 Master Take (Decca) My Heart Belongs To Daddy
02:30 April 30, 1953 Master Take (Decca) I've Got You Under My Skin
03:00 September 14, 1953 Master Take (Decca) Love You So
03:15 September 16, 1953 Master Take (Decca) Baubles, Bangles And Beads

Peggy Lee (ldr), Milt Gabler (pdr), Marty Paich, James "Jimmy" Rowles (arr, p), Sy Oliver, Victor Young (con), Victor Young And His Orchestra (acc), Walter "Pete" Candoli (t), Max Wayne (b), Stella Castellucci (hrp), Ed Shaughnessy (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The Peggy Lee vocals are on side P 3214. A search for details about P 3213 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Bud's Bandwagon [Lisa Kirk, Frank Sinatra, Bea Wain, Others]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 147     Rel. Year: 1953
02:03 12/18/1947 Master Take (Capitol) Careless

Peggy Lee (ldr), John Palladino (eng), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau (arr), Buddy Cole's Four Of A Kind (acc), Dave Barbour (g), Phil Stephens (b), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p, cel, org), Tommy Romersa (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Also includes numbers recorded by Lisa Kirk, The Franzella Quintet, and by the orchestras of Woody Herman, Larry Clinton (with Be a Wain), Tommy Dorsey (with Frank Sinatra), Harry James (with Kitty Kallen), and Stan Kenton.


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 43     Rel. Year: 1953
01:21 June 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Guy Is A Guy
02:16 June 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) These Foolish Things
02:21 June 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One More Chance
01:39 June 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I'll Never Smile Again: Sinatra-Dorsey Medley
01:01 June 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) This Love Of Mine: Sinatra-Dorsey Medley
02:09 June 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Lady Is A Tramp

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Sonny Burke (p), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
AFRTS16-26306


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 4     Rel. Year: 1953
02:04 January 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I'm Gonna Live Till I Die
02:41 January 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One More Chance
02:46 January 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Solitaire
02:39 January 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Little David, Play On Your Harp

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Golden Gate Quartet (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 49     Rel. Year: 1953
01:19 July 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive
01:36 July 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Frenesí
02:24 July 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Bermuda
02:13 July 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) We're One
01:47 July 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Slumming On Park Avenue
01:28 July 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Good Day: Radio Show Theme

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Jeff Chandler, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
AFRTS16-26312


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 61     Rel. Year: 1953
01:09 August 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Zing A Little Zong
01:52 August 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Half As Much
02:44 August 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Alone Together
02:20 August 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It Never Happen' To Me
01:56 August 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) For Me And My Gal

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra, Sonny Burke (acc), Johnny Desmond, Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
AFRTS16-26324


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 44      Rel. Year: 1953
01:30 June 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One Of Those Things
01:36 June 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Perfidia
02:49 June 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Jump Through The Ring (You, Fool)
01:20 June 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Mañana

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Sonny Burke (p), Desi Arnaz, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 1     Rel. Year: 1953
01:10 January 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Fine And Dandy
02:41 January 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One More Chance
02:28 January 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Insomnia (Is A Lack Of Attitude)
01:48 January 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Richard Hayes, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 2     Rel. Year: 1953
02:23 January 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Kiss To Build A Dream On
02:24 January 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Undecided
01:39 January 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Slumming On Park Avenue
01:20 January 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) When You're Smiling

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Johnnie Ray (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 5     Rel. Year: 1953
01:28 January 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) What Is This Thing Called Love?
03:09 January 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Domino
01:58 January 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive
01:38 January 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That Old Black Magic
02:10 January 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) And So To Sleep Again

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 6     Rel. Year: 1953
01:17 January 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Button Up Your Overcoat
02:09 January 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Unforgettable
02:22 January 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Mañana

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 7     Rel. Year: 1953
01:17 January 24, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Most Unusual Day
02:25 January 24, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Kiss To Build A Dream On
01:58 January 24, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I'll See You In My Dreams

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 8     Rel. Year: 1953
01:20 January 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) You
02:39 January 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Since My Love Has Gone (Addio, Del Passato)
02:05 January 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I Don't Know Enough About You
01:45 January 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Singing In The Rain
01:26 January 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) What Is This Thing Called Love?

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Danny Scholl (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 9     Rel. Year: 1953
01:40 January 31, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One Of Those Things
02:24 January 31, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Please, Mr. Sun
01:56 January 31, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) O Dear, What Can The Matter Be?
01:50 January 31, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Let's Get Away From It All

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Jack Haskell, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 10     Rel. Year: 1953
01:18 February 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Big, Wide, Wonderful World
02:21 February 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One More Chance
02:00 February 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I Could Write A Book
02:44 February 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Shadrack

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Golden Gate Quartet (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 11     Rel. Year: 1953
01:27 February 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Life Is A Beautiful Thing
02:44 February 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Trust In Me
02:09 February 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Lady Is A Tramp
01:20 February 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Something Sort Of Grandish

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Bob Carroll, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 12     Rel. Year: 1953
01:14 February 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I'm Gonna Live Till I Die
02:20 February 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Bermuda
01:43 February 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Slumming On Park Avenue
02:24 February 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Please, Mr. Sun

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Merv Griffin, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 13     Rel. Year: 1953
01:53 February 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Good Day
02:27 February 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Little White Cloud That Cried
01:17 February 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Button Up Your Overcoat
01:58 February 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Wheel Of Fortune
02:03 February 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Golden Gate Quartet (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 14     Rel. Year: 1953
01:11 February 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) This Can't Be Love
02:07 February 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Kiss To Build A Dream On
03:23 February 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) When The World Was Young (Ah, The Apple Trees)
02:38 February 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Little David, Play On Your Harp

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Golden Gate Quartet (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 15     Rel. Year: 1953
01:21 February 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Night And Day
02:40 February 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Since My Love Has Gone (Addio, Del Passato)
02:17 February 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Whee, Baby
02:16 February 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Lullaby Of Broadway

The Barbara Carroll Trio, Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 16     Rel. Year: 1953
01:22 February 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Life Is A Beautiful Thing
01:58 February 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Come What May (The Gypsy Song)
02:22 February 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Love Me Or Leave Me
02:08 February 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Yes, Lord

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Golden Gate Quartet (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 17     Rel. Year: 1953
01:20 March 4, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) From This Moment On
02:25 March 4, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Did Anyone Call?
02:03 March 4, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Lady Is A Tramp
01:52 March 4, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Mountain Greenery

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Jack Haskell, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 18     Rel. Year: 1953
01:13 March 6, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) When You're Smiling
02:37 March 6, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Please, Mr. Sun
02:23 March 6, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Bermuda
01:40 March 6, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That Great Come-And-Get-It Day

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, The Mariners (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 19     Rel. Year: 1953
01:13 March 11, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Be My Life's Companion
02:07 March 11, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Cry
01:13 March 11, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I'm Gonna Live Till I Die
03:05 March 11, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Baia
01:47 March 11, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Johnny One Note

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Harry Belafonte, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 20     Rel. Year: 1953
01:24 March 13, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Big, Wide, Wonderful World
02:01 March 13, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Unforgettable
02:14 March 13, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I Could Write A Book
02:31 March 13, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Pretty-Eyed Baby

Russ Case And His Orchestra, The Mary Lou Williams Trio (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 21     Rel. Year: 1953
01:17 March 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Heigh-Ho (It's Off To Work We Go)
01:57 March 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Wheel Of Fortune
02:04 March 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Unforgettable
01:52 March 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Blacksmith Blues
02:13 March 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Let's Call The Whole Thing Off

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Larry Douglas, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 22     Rel. Year: 1953
01:46 March 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) From This Moment On
01:57 March 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Come What May (The Gypsy Song)
02:15 March 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Why Don't You Do Right?
02:35 March 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Golden Gate Quartet (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 23     Rel. Year: 1953
01:26 March 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One Of Those Things
02:02 March 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Trust In Me
02:22 March 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Mañana
02:05 March 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Basin Street Blues

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Louis Prima (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 24     Rel. Year: 1953
01:14 March 27, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Most Unusual Day
02:21 March 27, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Bermuda
01:41 March 27, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One Of Those Things
03:10 March 27, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Lover

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 25     Rel. Year: 1953
01:22 April 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Night And Day
01:52 April 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Wheel Of Fortune
02:58 April 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Guy Is A Guy
02:21 April 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Oh! Look At Me Now
01:19 April 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Big, Wide, Wonderful World

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Jackie Paris (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 26     Rel. Year: 1953
01:22 April 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Life Is A Beautiful Thing
02:43 April 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Did Anyone Call?
01:09 April 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) This Can't Be Love
01:33 April 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Blacksmith Blues
01:24 April 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Something Sort Of Grandish

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Bob Carroll, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 27     Rel. Year: 1953
01:37 April 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That Old Black Magic
01:22 April 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Life Is A Beautiful Thing
02:12 April 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Be Anything (But Be Mine)
02:21 April 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Lady Is A Tramp
01:52 April 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Walkin' My Baby Back Home

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Johnnie Ray (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 28     Rel. Year: 1953
01:24 April 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) You Will Never Grow Old
01:21 April 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Night And Day
02:20 April 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Please, Mr. Sun
03:25 April 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Ev'rytime
01:55 April 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) My Baby Just Cares For Me

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Louis Prima (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 29     Rel. Year: 1953
01:42 April 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One Of Those Things
02:46 April 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Jump Through The Ring (You, Fool)
01:31 April 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Blacksmith Blues
03:14 April 15, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, The Mariners (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 30     Rel. Year: 1953
01:58 April 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) From This Moment On
02:01 April 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Forgive Me
02:52 April 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) At Last
02:00 April 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I Got Rhythm

Russ Case And His Orchestra, The Mary Lou Williams Trio (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 31     Rel. Year: 1953
01:37 April 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Goin' On A Hayride
01:52 April 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Wheel Of Fortune
02:56 April 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Guy Is A Guy
02:17 April 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Oh! Look At Me Now

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Johnnie Ray (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 32     Rel. Year: 1953
00:48 April 24, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) What Is This Thing Called Love?
02:26 April 24, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Be Anything (But Be Mine)
03:13 April 24, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Lover

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 33     Rel. Year: 1953
01:35 April 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) This Can't Be Love
02:29 April 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Be Anything (But Be Mine)
01:51 April 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Goin' On A Hayride
02:11 April 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Let's Call The Whole Thing Off

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Alan Dale, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 34     Rel. Year: 1953
01:18 May 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I'm Gonna Live Till I Die
02:12 May 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Jump Through The Ring (You, Fool)
02:58 May 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Louisville Lou
01:51 May 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Let's Get Away From It All

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Johnny Desmond, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 35     Rel. Year: 1953
01:44 May 6, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That Old Black Magic
02:05 May 6, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Unforgettable
02:45 May 6, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Guy Is A Guy
01:54 May 6, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Walkin' My Baby Back Home

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Dick Haymes, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 36     Rel. Year: 1953
01:41 May 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) To Be Loved By You
02:12 May 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Forgive Me
01:15 May 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) O Dear, What Can The Matter Be?
02:20 May 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Lady Is A Tramp
01:51 May 8, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Blacksmith Blues

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 37     Rel. Year: 1953
01:01 May 13, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Goody Goody
02:19 May 13, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Please, Mr. Sun
01:58 May 13, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I'm Gonna Live Till I Die
01:53 May 13, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) When The World Was Young (Ah, The Apple Trees)

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 38     Rel. Year: 1953
01:25 May 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Ole Buttermilk Sky
02:00 May 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Skylark
02:45 May 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Jump Through The Ring (You, Fool)
00:28 May 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Georgia On My Mind: Hoagy Carmichael Medley
00:33 May 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I Get Along Without You Very Well: Hoagy Carmichael Medley
00:28 May 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Rockin' Chair: Hoagy Carmichael Medley
00:23 May 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Little Old Lady: Hoagy Carmichael Medley
00:26 May 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Small Fry: Hoagy Carmichael Medley
00:26 May 20, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Two Sleepy People: Hoagy Carmichael Medley

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Hoagy Carmichael (p, v), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 39     Rel. Year: 1953
01:08 May 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Good Day
01:56 May 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Forgive Me
02:23 May 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Undecided
02:23 May 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Guy Is A Guy
02:28 May 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Little David, Play On Your Harp

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 40     Rel. Year: 1953
01:24 May 27, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That Old Black Magic
01:58 May 27, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Come Rain Or Come Shine
02:36 May 27, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Since My Love Has Gone (Addio, Del Passato)
      May 27, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Jeepers Creepers: Johnny Mercer Medley
      May 27, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Too Marvelous For Words: Johnny Mercer Medley
      May 27, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Blues In The Night: Johnny Mercer Medley
00:32 May 27, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive: Johnny Mercer Medley

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Johnny Mercer (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 41     Rel. Year: 1953
01:12 May 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) What Does It Take (To Make You Take To Me)?
02:18 May 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Danny Boy
02:24 May 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Please, Mr. Sun
01:45 May 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) To Be Loved By You
01:45 May 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Walkin' My Baby Back Home

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Jeff Chandler, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 42     Rel. Year: 1953
01:35 June 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Johnny One Note
01:08 June 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Watermelon Weather
02:44 June 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Solitaire
02:13 June 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Be Anything (But Be Mine)
01:48 June 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I Got Rhythm

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra, The Red Norvo Trio (acc), Tal Farlow (g), Red Mitchell (b), Red Norvo (vib), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 46     Rel. Year: 1953
01:15 June 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) What Does It Take (To Make You Take To Me)?
02:16 June 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Summertime
02:45 June 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Trust In Me
02:08 June 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Ev'rytime
02:07 June 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Oh! Look At Me Now

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Dan Dailey, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 47     Rel. Year: 1953
01:31 June 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Goody Goody
02:20 June 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night
02:37 June 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Please, Mr. Sun
02:48 June 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Sans Souci
01:10 June 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie
01:10 June 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) For You

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), George Jessel, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 45     Rel. Year: 1953
01:06 June 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That Great Come-And-Get-It Day
01:32 June 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I Could Write A Book
02:53 June 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) At Last
01:23 June 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Jericho (Joshua Fit The Battle)
03:15 June 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Lover

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 48     Rel. Year: 1953
01:20 July 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) From This Moment On
02:12 July 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Here In My Heart
02:42 July 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Since My Love Has Gone (Addio, Del Passato)
02:43 July 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Alone Together
01:25 July 17, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Tea For Two

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Gordon MacRae (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 50     Rel. Year: 1953
01:11 June 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) What Does It Take (To Make You Take To Me)?
02:29 June 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Somewhere Along The Way
02:53 June 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) At Last
02:40 June 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I Don't Want To Play In Your Yard
01:03 June 26, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Tea For Two

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Frankie Laine, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 51     Rel. Year: 1953
01:38 July 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I've Got You Under My Skin
02:16 July 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Summertime
02:58 July 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Louisville Lou
02:22 July 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Be Anything (But Be Mine)
01:31 July 1, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Something Sort Of Grandish

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Bill Lechner, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 52     Rel. Year: 1953
01:32 July 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Ole Buttermilk Sky
01:55 July 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)
02:55 July 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Guy Is A Guy
01:41 July 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Here In My Heart
02:00 July 3, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Singing In The Rain

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, The Merry Macs (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 53     Rel. Year: 1953
01:27 July 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Botch-a-me
03:00 July 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) You Go To My Head
02:16 July 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Summertime
01:17 July 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Watermelon Weather
01:48 July 29, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Walkin' My Baby Back Home

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Dan Dailey, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 54     Rel. Year: 1953
01:36 July 31, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Johnny One Note
02:21 July 31, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Somewhere Along The Way
02:00 July 31, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Skylark
01:33 July 31, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One Of Those Things

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 55     Rel. Year: 1953
01:04 August 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) In The Good Old Summertime
03:26 August 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) These Foolish Things
02:12 August 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Here In My Heart
01:48 August 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Let's Get Away From It All
01:37 August 5, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Mountain Greenery

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), MacDonald Carey, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 56     Rel. Year: 1953
01:01 August 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) O Dear, What Can The Matter Be?
02:22 August 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Once In A While
02:22 August 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Guy Is A Guy
01:42 August 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Little David, Play On Your Harp
03:05 August 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Lover

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 57     Rel. Year: 1953
02:13 August 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Oh! Look At Me Now
02:27 August 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Everything Happens To Me
02:39 August 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I Don't Want To Play In Your Yard
00:43 August 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Show Me The Way To Get Out Of This World
00:43 August 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) We Belong Together: Matt Dennis Medley
00:46 August 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Angel Eyes: Matt Dennis Medley
00:45 August 12, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Let's Get Away From It All: Matt Dennis Medley

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Matt Dennis, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 58     Rel. Year: 1953
01:08 August 14, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Good Day
02:13 August 14, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Auf Wiedersehen, Sweetheart
02:19 August 14, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night
01:38 August 14, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Johnny One Note
01:25 August 14, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One Of Those Things

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Nat King Cole, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 59     Rel. Year: 1953
01:32 August 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Botch-a-me
02:12 August 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Here In My Heart
02:18 August 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Danny Boy
00:57 August 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That Great Come-And-Get-It Day
01:27 August 19, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Something Sort Of Grandish

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, David Wayne (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 60     Rel. Year: 1953
01:46 August 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Hoop Dee Doo
01:19 August 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) My Darling, My Darling
02:42 August 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Did Anyone Call?
      August 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) If I Were A Bell: Frank Loesser Medley
      August 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) On A Slow Boat To China: Frank Loesser Medley
      August 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Bushel And A Peck: Frank Loesser Medley
      August 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Baby, It's Cold Outside: Frank Loesser Medley

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Frank Loesser (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 62     Rel. Year: 1953
01:17 August 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I'm Gonna Live Till I Die
02:13 August 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) We're One
02:16 August 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Please, Mr. Sun
01:44 August 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Walkin' My Baby Back Home
02:08 August 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Auf Wiedersehen, Sweetheart

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Charles "Chuck" Nelson (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 63     Rel. Year: 1953
02:00 July 22, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Come On-A My House
03:07 July 22, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) These Foolish Things
02:01 July 22, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive
02:05 July 22, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Go, Go, Go

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Johnny Mercer (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 64     Rel. Year: 1953
01:14 July 29, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Most Unusual Day
03:07 July 29, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Something Wonderful
02:32 July 29, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) After All, It's Spring
02:24 July 29, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Bermuda

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 65     Rel. Year: 1953
01:42 September 9, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That Old Black Magic
02:17 September 9, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Auf Wiedersehen, Sweetheart
02:26 September 9, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Be Anything (But Be Mine)
01:29 September 9, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I've Got You Under My Skin
02:04 September 9, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Sweet Leilani

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Alfred Apaka, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 66     Rel. Year: 1953
01:29 September 11, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Big, Wide, Wonderful World
02:18 September 11, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) You Belong To Me
01:58 September 11, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I'll See You In My Dreams
02:27 September 11, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Getting To Know You

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Andy Russell (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 67     Rel. Year: 1953
01:24 September 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) O Dear, What Can The Matter Be?
02:08 September 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Half As Much
02:42 September 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) I Don't Want To Play In Your Yard
01:57 September 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) My Small Señor (With The Sonriente Eyes)
01:55 September 18, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Two Sleepy People

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Danny Thomas (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 68     Rel. Year: 1953
01:11 September 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Zing A Little Zong
02:24 September 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) You Belong To Me
02:27 September 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Everything Happens To Me
      September 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Jeepers Creepers: Johnny Mercer Medley
      September 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Too Marvelous For Words: Johnny Mercer Medley
02:16 September 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Blues In The Night

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 69     Rel. Year: 1953
01:08 September 23, 1952 ( Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Good Day
02:10 September 23, 1952 ( Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) When I Fall In Love
02:16 September 23, 1952 ( Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) These Foolish Things
02:03 September 23, 1952 ( Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Oh! Look At Me Now
01:25 September 23, 1952 ( Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Just One Of Those Things

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Johnny Dugan, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 70     Rel. Year: 1953
01:32 September 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Botch-a-me
01:52 September 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Half As Much
02:14 September 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Lady Is A Tramp
01:36 September 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Takes Two To Tango
01:47 September 25, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Slumming On Park Avenue

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Jeff Chandler, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 72     Rel. Year: 1953
01:19 October 2, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) You
02:12 October 2, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Auf Wiedersehen, Sweetheart
02:17 October 2, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Summertime
01:12 October 2, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
03:00 October 2, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Sans Souci

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 73     Rel. Year: 1953
01:15 October 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) What Does It Take (To Make You Take To Me)?
02:10 October 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) When I Fall In Love
02:12 October 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Here In My Heart
01:49 October 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It Never Happen' To Me
01:26 October 7, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Tea For Two

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Gordon MacRae (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 74     Rel. Year: 1953
01:21 October 14, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) From This Moment On
02:33 October 14, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Wish You Were Here
02:19 October 14, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Somewhere Along The Way
01:22 October 14, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Watermelon Weather
02:06 October 14, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Oh! Look At Me Now

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Dan Dailey, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 75     Rel. Year: 1953
01:33 October 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That Great Come-And-Get-It Day
02:22 October 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Once In A While
02:33 October 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Danny Boy
01:42 October 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Little David, Play On Your Harp
01:01 October 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) O Dear, What Can The Matter Be?

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 76     Rel. Year: 1953
02:06 October 9, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Somebody Loves Me
02:46 October 9, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) A Guy Is A Guy
01:11 October 9, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Zing A Little Zong
01:44 October 9, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
02:10 October 9, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Lady Is A Tramp

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Gene Nelson (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 77     Rel. Year: 1953
01:43 October 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Slumming On Park Avenue
02:21 October 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) You Belong To Me
01:01 October 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Goody Goody
01:54 October 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Takes Two To Tango
01:42 October 21, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 78     Rel. Year: 1953
01:08 October 23, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Good Day
02:40 October 23, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) River, River
02:28 October 23, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Little David, Play On Your Harp
02:22 October 23, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Somewhere Along The Way
03:06 October 23, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Lover

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 79     Rel. Year: 1953
01:50 October 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) You
02:34 October 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Wish You Were Here
01:57 October 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) My Small Señor (With The Sonriente Eyes)
03:02 October 28, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Sans Souci

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 80     Rel. Year: 1953
01:08 May 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) It's A Good Day
01:56 May 22, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Forgive Me
01:12 October 2, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
02:33 October 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Danny Boy
01:01 October 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) O Dear, What Can The Matter Be?
01:42 October 16, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Little David, Play On Your Harp

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Loulie "Lily" Jean Norman, Charles Parlato, Gloria Wood} (bkv)

NOTES:
This disc contains the above-listed songs (as well as "On The Alamo," performed by Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires without Lee). All the performances were culled or compiled from Lee's Club 88 radio show. Because she sang all of these numbers on multiple broadcasts, ascertaining which versions are on the discs is a challenge -- all the more so if the research does not have acres to the disc, for listening.

The performance assignation for this disc is thus tentative. I have relied on an hypothesis, predicated on my awareness of a pattern. An elaborate explanation will be offered below.

Here are the various 1952 CBS broadcasts on which the above-listed numbers were also heard:

a. It's A Good Day (February 19, May 22, August 14, September 23, October 23)
b. Forgive Me (April 7, May 8, May 22)
c. On The Alamo (August 7, October 2; Rhythmaires sans Lee on both occasions)
d. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (March 20, October 2)
e. Danny Boy (May 29, August 19, September 2, October 16)
f. Oh Dear, What Can The Matter Be? (January 31, May 8, August 7, September 18, October 16)
g. Little David, Play On The Harp (January 15, February 21, August 7, October 16, October 23)

A close look at these entries reveals one pattern that encompasses all of them -- a "dating pair" pattern. The first two songs coincide in having been performed on one particular date (May 22). The same is true of the next pair of songs (October 2), as well as the last three numbers (October 16). Holding on to my aforementioned hypothesis (i.e., disc no. 79 is a compilation), I have tentatively listed the contents of AFRS disc no. 80 under the three broadcast dates in question.




Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 81     Rel. Year: 1953
01:57 June 17, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) All Of Me
02:25 June 17, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Too Late Now
02:30 June 17, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) After All, It's Spring

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 82     Rel. Year: 1953
01:57 July 1, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Shanghai
03:09 July 1, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Try A Little Tenderness
03:05 July 1, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Something Wonderful
01:38 July 1, 1951 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That Old Black Magic

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Paul Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 3     Rel. Year: 1953
      January 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That Old Black Magic
      January 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) And So To Sleep Again
      January 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) My Small Señor (With The Sonriente Eyes)
      January 10, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Walkin' My Baby Back Home

Russ Case And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee, Johnnie Ray (v)


Title: Peggy Lee
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: Program No. 71     Rel. Year: 1953
01:06 September 30, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) When You're Smiling
02:06 September 30, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Wish You Were Here
02:20 September 30, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night
02:36 September 30, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) That's What The Man Said
01:24 September 30, 1952 (Broadcast Date) Peggy Lee Shows (CBS) Takes Two To Tango

Sonny Burke And His Orchestra (acc), Woody Herman, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Guest Star [Lionel Barrymore / Peggy Lee]
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Treasury Department Service     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 359 & 360     Rel. Year: 1954
02:09 May 1, 1953 Master Take (Decca) My Heart Belongs To Daddy
03:15 September 16, 1953 Master Take (Decca) Baubles, Bangles And Beads
02:30 April 30, 1953 Master Take (Decca) I've Got You Under My Skin

Peggy Lee (ldr), Milt Gabler (pdr), Marty Paich, James "Jimmy" Rowles (arr, p), Victor Young (con), Victor Young And His Orchestra (acc), Walter "Pete" Candoli (t), Max Wayne (b), Stella Castellucci (hrp), Ed Shaughnessy (d), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 3849 - P 3850     Rel. Year: 1954
02:56 May 24, 1954 Master Take (Decca) Love, You Didn't Do Right By Me
02:25 May 24, 1954 Master Take (Decca) Sisters
02:45 February 18, 1953 Master Take (Decca) Summer Vacation
03:17 September 16, 1953 Master Take (Decca) That's What A Woman Is For

Peggy Lee (ldr), Benny Carter (arr, as), Marty Paich (arr, p), Joseph Lilley, Victor Young (con), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), James "Jimmy" Rowles (p), Stella Castellucci (hrp), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 3849 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 3541 - P 3542     Rel. Year: 1954
03:08 September 14, 1953 Master Take (Decca) The Night Holds No Fear (For The Lover)
03:24 September 14, 1953 Master Take (Decca) Apples, Peaches, And Cherries
02:41 March 1, 1954 Master Take (Decca) Autumn In Rome
02:56 March 1, 1954 Master Take (Decca) Johnny Guitar

Peggy Lee (ldr), Marty Paich (arr, p), Victor Young (arr, con), Sy Oliver (con), Victor Young And His Singing Strings (acc), Vicente Gomez (g), Unknown (b, str, p), Stella Castellucci (hrp), Peggy Lee (v), Walter "Pete" Candoli, Session Musicians (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The Peggy Lee vocals are on side P 3542. A search for details about P 3541 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee, 2 Sarah Vaughan vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 3941 - P 3942     Rel. Year: 1955
03:02 November 18, 1954 Master Take (Decca) Let Me Go, Lover!
03:14 May 26, 1954 Master Take (Decca) Bouquet Of Blues

Peggy Lee (ldr), Benny Carter (arr, as), Gordon Jenkins And His Orchestra, The Sy Oliver Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Unknown (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 3941 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 4021 - P 4022     Rel. Year: 1955
02:52 November 9, 1954 Master Take (Decca) It Must Be So
02:40 November 9, 1954 Master Take (Decca) Straight Ahead
02:40 February 11, 1955 Master Take (Decca) He's A Tramp
02:24 February 11, 1955 Master Take (Decca) The Siamese Cat Song

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Barbour (arr), Gene DiNovi (arr, p), Peggy Lee (arr, v), Sonny Burke, Sy Oliver (con), Stella Castellucci (hrp), Donald Mills, Harry Mills, Herbert Mills, John Mills (v), The Mills Brothers (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 4022 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 4315 - P 4316     Rel. Year: 1955
04:10 December 6, 1954 Master Take (Decca) La La Lu
03:07 December 6, 1954 Master Take (Decca) Bella Notte
02:46 May 10, 1955 Master Take (Decca) Sing A Rainbow
02:35 May 10, 1955 Master Take (Decca) He Needs Me

Peggy Lee (ldr), Milt Gabler (pdr), Harold "Hal" Mooney (arr, con), Victor Young (arr), Victor Young And His Orchestra (acc), Julian "Matty" Matlock (cl), Eddie Miller (ts), Dick Cathcart (t), Dick McDonough (g), Gene DiNovi, Marty Paich (p), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 4315 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Guest Star [Fess Parker / Peggy Lee]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Treasury Department Service     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 433 & 434     Rel. Year: 1955
03:07 December 6, 1954 Master Take (Decca) Bella Notte
02:24 February 11, 1955 Master Take (Decca) The Siamese Cat Song

Peggy Lee (ldr), Victor Young (arr), Sonny Burke (con), Victor Young And His Orchestra (acc), Marty Paich (p), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)


Title: Let's Go To Town
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's National Guard     Cat. Num.: Program No. 125     Rel. Year: 1955
02:10 December 1955 Or Early 1956 Guest Spot (AFRS) It's A Good Day
      December 1955 Or Early 1956 Guest Spot (AFRS) Come Rain Or Come Shine

Billy May And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Let's Go To Town
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's National Guard     Cat. Num.: Program No. 126     Rel. Year: 1955
01:29 December 1955 Or Early 1956 Guest Spot (AFRS) Do I Love You?
      Late 1952 Guest Spot (AFRS) When I Fall In Love

Les Brown And His Orchestra, Billy May And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Let's Go To Town
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's National Guard     Cat. Num.: Program No. 127     Rel. Year: 1955
02:40 December 1955 Or Early 1956 Guest Spot (AFRS) I've Got The World On A String
      December 1955 Or Early 1956 Guest Spot (AFRS) The Touch Of Your Lips

Billy May And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Let's Go To Town
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's National Guard     Cat. Num.: Program No. 128     Rel. Year: 1955
02:40 December 1955 Or Early 1956 Guest Spot (AFRS) I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues
02:40 December 1955 Or Early 1956 Guest Spot (AFRS) Ridin' High

Billy May And His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee, 2 Sammy Davis, Jr. and 2 Gary Crosby vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P-4645 - P 4646     Rel. Year: 1955
02:10 May 6, 1955 Master Take (Decca) What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?
02:36 May 6, 1955 Master Take (Decca) Sugar (That Sugar Baby Of Mine)
02:54 January 6, 1956 Master Take (Decca) Crazy In The Heart
03:18 January 6, 1956 Master Take (Decca) Mr. Wonderful

Peggy Lee (ldr), Milt Gabler (pdr), Harold "Hal" Mooney, Sy Oliver (arr, con), The Sy Oliver Orchestra (acc), Julian "Matty" Matlock (cl), Eddie Miller (ts), Dick Cathcart (t), Dick McDonough (g), Gene DiNovi (p), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
This disc consists of sides P 4645 and P 4646. The non-Lee side, P 4645, features Sammy Davis, Jr. ("Frankie And Johnny," "Circus") and Gary Crosby ("Beat Me, Daddy, Eight To The Bar," "Ac-cent-chu-ate The Positive").


Title: Basic Music Library [LP Benny Goodman Presents Eddie Sauter Arrangements, including 2 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Benny Goodman
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 3423 - P 3424     Rel. Year: 1955
03:09 September 25, 1941; 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) That's The Way It Goes
03:20 December 10, 1941; 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Master Take (Columbia) Not A Care In The World

Benny Goodman (ldr), Eddie Sauter (arr), The Benny Goodman Orchestra (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Sol Kane, Skip Martin, Clint Neagley (as), George Berg, Vido Musso (ts), Chuck Gentry (bar), Billy Butterfield, Al Davis, James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Bernie Privin, Cootie Williams (t), Cutty Cutshall, Lou McGarity (tb), Tom "Tommy" Morgan (g), Morty Stuhlmaker, Sid Weiss (b), Mel Powell (p), Ralph Collier (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 3423 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee vocals]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 5365 - P 5356     Rel. Year: 1956
01:56 April 22, 1957 (9:00-12:00) Master Take (Capitol) Baby, Baby, Wait For Me
02:32 April 13, 1957 (1:00-4:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Every Night
03:01 January 6, 1956 Master Take (Decca) The Come Back
02:45 January 6, 1956 Master Take (Decca) You've Got To See Mamma Ev'ry Night

Peggy Lee (ldr), David Klein (om), Voyle Gilmore (pdr), Benny Carter (arr), Sy Oliver, Nelson Riddle (arr, con), The Sy Oliver Orchestra (acc), John "Plas" Johnson (sax), Robert "Bob" Bain, Al Hendrickson, Jack Marshall (g), Max K. Bennett, George "Red" Callender (b), Lou Levy, Ray Sherman (p), Roy Harte, Raymond Martinez (d), Peggy Lee (v), The Modern Men (Tony Katics, Al Oliveri, Paul Salamunovich, Bob Smart) (bkv)

NOTES:
May be a 12" instead of a 16" transcription disc. The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 5366 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Stand By For Music [The Rhythmaires; Peggy Lee]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Navy Recuitment Service     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 43 & No. 44     Rel. Year: 1956
02:24 February 11, 1955 Master Take (Decca) The Siamese Cat Song
03:07 December 6, 1954 Master Take (Decca) Bella Notte
02:40 February 11, 1955 Master Take (Decca) He's A Tramp

Peggy Lee (ldr), Victor Young (arr), Sonny Burke (con), Victor Young And His Orchestra (acc), Marty Paich (p), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The Rhythmaires are heard on one side (program no. 43), Peggy Lee on the other side (program no. 44). Hy Averback hosts, and there is some chat with Lee. Because I have not actually listened to the contents of this disc, the identification of two of the three listed performances should be deemed tentative. The three titles listed are definitely the ones played in the show; the question is whether the played versions of "He's A Tramp" and "The Siamese Cat Song" were the ones listed above (recorded on February 11, 1955) or the earlier ones (from December 20, 1954).


Title: Stand By For Music [The Rhythmaires; Peggy Lee]
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Navy Recuitment Service     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 49 & No. 50     Rel. Year: 1956
03:00 December 6, 1954 Edit La La Lu [Short Variant]

Peggy Lee (ldr), Victor Young (arr), Victor Young And His Orchestra (acc), Marty Paich (p), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee vocals, 4 Perry Como vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 4879 - P 4880     Rel. Year: 1956
02:56 January 6, 1956 Master Take (Decca) They Can't Take That Away From Me
03:08 June 8, 1956 Master Take (Decca) That's Alright, Honey
02:43 January 6, 1956 Master Take (Decca) Joey, Joey, Joey
03:12 June 8, 1956 Master Take (Decca) We Laughed At Love

Peggy Lee (ldr), Sy Oliver (con), The Sy Oliver Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
This disc consists of sides P 4879 and P 4880. The non-Lee side, P 4880 (Ssl 8962), features Perry Como singing "More," "Glendorra," "Somebody Up There Likes Me," and "Dream Along With Me." The Lee side's matrix number is Ssl 8961. The release year data is an educated guess.


Title: Music On Deck
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Navy Recuitment Service     Cat. Num.: No. 9     Rel. Year: 1956
03:20 May 1, 1952 Master Take (Decca) Lover
02:55 January 6, 1956 Master Take (Decca) I Don't Know Enough About You
02:28 November 19, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Why Don't You Do Right?

Peggy Lee (ldr), Milt Gabler, Lee Gillette, Morty Palitz (pdr), Gordon Jenkins, Sy Oliver (arr, con), Peggy Lee (arr, v), Billy May (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra, Gordon Jenkins And His Orchestra, The Sy Oliver Orchestra (acc), Art Drellinger, Jack Greenberg, Tom Parshley, Milt Yaner (sax), Art Ryerson (g), Jack Lesberg (b), Unknown (str), Bernie Leighton (p), Harry Jaeger (d), Session Musicians (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The above-shown release date is tentative and could very well be erroneous. (Further research will be undertaken when my schedule permits it.)


Title: Basic Music Library [LP The Man I Love]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 5515 - P 5516?     Rel. Year: 1957
03:44 April 2, 1957 (8:30 p.m. - 12:00 m.) Master Take (Capitol) The Man I Love
04:14 April 2, 1957 (8:30 p.m. - 12:00 m.) Master Take (Capitol) Please, Be Kind
04:05 April 4, 1957 (8:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe
02:53 April 8, 1957 (6:30 p.m. - 9:30 m.) Master Take (Capitol) Just One Way To Say I Love You
02:55 April 4, 1957 (8:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) That's All
03:16 April 2, 1957 (8:30 p.m. - 12:00 m.) Master Take (Capitol) Something Wonderful
04:11 April 2, 1957 (8:30 p.m. - 12:00 m.) Master Take (Capitol) He's My Guy
02:31 April 8, 1957 (6:30 p.m. - 9:30 m.) Master Take (Capitol) Then I'll Be Tired Of You
02:47 April 8, 1957 (6:30 p.m. - 9:30 m.) Master Take (Capitol) My Heart Stood Still
02:24 April 8, 1957 (6:30 p.m. - 9:30 m.) Master Take (Capitol) If I Should Lose You
03:40 April 4, 1957 (8:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) There Is No Greater Love
03:39 April 4, 1957 (8:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) The Folks Who Live On The Hill

Peggy Lee (ldr), Voyle Gilmore (pdr), Nelson Riddle (arr), Frank Sinatra (con), Alex Gershunoff, Jules Jacob[s], Wilbur "Willie" Schwartz (r, sax), Harry Klee (r, sax, as), Buddy Collette (as), Warren "Champ" Webb, James Williamson (ts), Joe Koch (bar), Harry "Sweets" Edison, Emmanuel "Manny" Klein (t), Ed Kusby aka Edward Kuczborski, Tommy Pederson aka Pullman Pederson, Ray Sims (tb), James "Jim" Decker, Vincent DeRosa, Sinclair Lott (frh), Juan Tizol (vtb), George Roberts (bt), Nick Bonney (g), Max K. Bennett (b), Lou Levy (p), Stella Castellucci (hrp), Lou Singer (d), Victor Arno, Victor Bay, Alex Beller, Harold Dicterow, David Frisina, Henry Hill, Alex Murray, Paul Nero, Erno Neufeld, Eudice Shapiro, Paul Shure, Felix Slatkin, Marshall Sosson (vn), Alvin Dinkin, Maxine Johnson, Barbara Simons (vl), Cy Bernard, Ennio Bolognini, Victor Gottlieb, Edgar Lustgarten, Kurt Reher, Eleanor Slatkin (vc), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
May be a 12" instead of a 16" transcription disc. The release year data is an educated guess.


Title: Music On Deck
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Navy Recuitment Service     Cat. Num.: No. 26     Rel. Year: 1957
02:32 April 13, 1957 (1:00-4:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Every Night
02:56 January 6, 1956 Master Take (Decca) They Can't Take That Away From Me
02:55 April 28, 1952 Master Take (Decca) Just One Of Those Things

Peggy Lee (ldr), David Klein (om), Milt Gabler, Morty Palitz (pdr), Gordon Jenkins, Nelson Riddle (arr, con), Sy Oliver (con), Gordon Jenkins And His Orchestra, The Sy Oliver Orchestra (acc), Art Drellinger, Jack Greenberg, John "Plas" Johnson, Tom Parshley, Milt Yaner (sax), Robert "Bob" Bain, Jack Marshall, Art Ryerson (g), George "Red" Callender, Jack Lesberg (b), Bernie Leighton, Ray Sherman (p), Roy Harte, Raymond Martinez, Unknown (d), Peggy Lee (v), The Modern Men (Tony Katics, Al Oliveri, Paul Salamunovich, Bob Smart) (bkv), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The above-shown release date is tentative and could very well be erroneous. (Further research will be undertaken when my schedule permits it.)


Title: Basic Music Library [LP Jump For Joy + 2 songs from 1 single]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 5999 - P 6000     Rel. Year: 1958
02:07 January 3, 1958 (8:30 p.m. -1:30 a.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Jump For Joy
02:26 December 5, 1957 (8:00 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Back In Your Own Back Yard
01:58 December 5, 1957 (8:00 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) When My Sugar Walks Down The Street
02:07 December 20, 1957 (3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I Hear Music
02:58 December 20, 1957 (3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Old Devil Moon
02:13 August 30, 1957 (8:00-11:30/12:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Listen To The Rocking Bird
02:02 August 30, 1957 (8:00-11:30/12:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Uninvited Dream
02:41 December 20, 1957 (3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) What A Little Moonlight Can Do
02:33 January 3, 1958 (8:30 p.m. -1:30 a.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Four Or Five Times
02:30 December 5, 1957 (8:00 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Music! Music! Music!
02:37 January 3, 1958 (8:30 p.m. -1:30 a.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Cheek To Cheek
02:37 January 3, 1958 (8:30 p.m. -1:30 a.m.) Master Take (Capitol) The Glory Of Love
02:10 January 3, 1958 (8:30 p.m. -1:30 a.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Ain't We Got Fun

Peggy Lee (ldr), David Klein (om), Lee Gillette (pdr), Nelson Riddle (arr, con), The Nelson Riddle Orchestra (acc), Morris Bercov, Gene Cipriano, Buddy Collette, Joe Cook, William Ernest Green, Skeets Herfurt aka Arthur Herfurt, Harry Klee, Joe Koch, Wilbur "Willie" Schwartz, William "Buck" Skalak, Warren "Champ" Webb (sax), Walter "Pete" Candoli, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Conrad Gozzo, Vito "Mickey" Mangano, Uan Rasey, Clarence "Shorty" Sherock, Joe Triscari (t), Russell Brown, Joe Howard aka Francis Howard, Murray McEachern, Richard "Dick" Noel, Tommy Pederson aka Pullman Pederson, Jim Priddy, George Roberts, Juan Tizol (tb), Bobby Gibbons, Al Hendrickson, Barney Kessel (g), Max K. Bennett, Joe Comfort (b), Lou Levy, James "Jimmy" Rowles, Paul Smith (p), Stella Castellucci, Kathryn Julye (hrp), Frank Flynn (d, per), Mel Lewis (d), Victor Arno, Victor Bay, Alex Beller, Harold Dicterow, David Frisina, Ben Gill, Daniel "Dan" Lube, Paul Nero, Lou Raderman, Mischa Russell, Eudice Shapiro, Paul Shure, Felix Slatkin, Marshall Sosson, Gerald Vinci (vn), Stan Harris, Paul Robyn, Dave Sterkin (vl), Armond (Armand) Kaproff, Ralph "Ray" Kramer, Edgar Lustgarten, Joseph Saxon (vc), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
For reasons unknown (perhaps contractual, since the tune belonged to a relatively recent, 1956 musical), the LP track "Just In Time" was excluded from this AFRS edition of the album Jump For Joy. On the other hand, two tracks were added; both were taken from Lee's singles.

May be a 12" instead of a 16" transcription disc.


Title: Basic Music Library [LP Things Are Swingin']
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 6395 - P 6396     Rel. Year: 1958
02:13 May 30, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) It's A Wonderful World
02:10 May 19, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Things Are Swingin'
02:52 May 25, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Alright, Okay, You Win
02:07 May 25, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Ridin' High
02:18 May 25, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) It's Been A Long, Long Time
02:14 May 19, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Lullaby In Rhythm
02:05 May 30, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Alone Together
01:45 May 30, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) I'm Beginning To See The Light
01:54 May 27, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) It's A Good, Good Night
02:39 May 19, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me
01:46 May 27, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) You're Mine, You
03:11 May 27, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Life Is For Livin'

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Sammy Cahn, Bill Holman (arr), Jack Marshall (arr, con), Jack Marshall's Music (acc), Justin Gordon, George Smith (r), Walter "Pete" Candoli, Don Fagerquist, Conrad Gozzo, Emmanuel "Manny" Klein, Uan Rasey (t), Milton "Milt" Bernhart (tb), Bob Enevoldsen (vtb), Barney Kessel, Howard Roberts (g), Joe Mondragon (b), Joe Harnell (p), Shelly Manne (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
May be a 12" instead of a 16" transcription disc. The release year data is an educated guess.


Title: Air Force Series [Various Artists; 1 Peggy Lee Vocal]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Army Recruitment Service     Cat. Num.: Afd 331 - 332     Rel. Year: 1958
03:19 May 19, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Fever

Peggy Lee (ldr), Peggy Lee (arr, v), Joe Mondragon (b), Shelly Manne (d)

NOTES:
The release date is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 Peggy Lee, 2 Patti Page vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 6117 - P 6118     Rel. Year: 1958
03:19 May 19, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Fever
02:31 May 25, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) You Don't Know
02:24 June 8, 1956 Master Take (Decca) Wrong, Wrong, Wrong
03:08 June 8, 1956 Master Take (Decca) Never Mind

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Peggy Lee (arr, v), Sy Oliver (con), The Sy Oliver Orchestra (acc), Howard Roberts (g), Joe Mondragon (b), Joe Harnell (p), Shelly Manne (d)

NOTES:
May be a 12" instead of a 16" transcription disc. The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 6117 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals; also Tommy Dorsey, Warren Covington, Frank Sinatra numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 6281 - P 6282     Rel. Year: 1958
02:22 September 14, 1958 (3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Sweetheart
01:30 September 14, 1958 (3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Light Of Love

Peggy Lee (ldr), David Klein (om), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Jack Marshall (arr, con), William "Bill" Pitman, Hilmer "Tiny" Timbrell (g), Max K. Bennett (b), John Williams (p), Verlye Mills Brilhart (hrp), Larry Bunker, Shelly Manne (d), Peggy Lee (v), The Evelyn Freeman Singers (bkv)

NOTES:
May be a 12" instead of a 16" transcription disc. The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 6282 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [LP I Like Men + 4 songs from 2 singles]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 6901 - P 6902     Rel. Year: 1959
02:26 March 28, 1959 (5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) You Deserve
02:49 March 28, 1959 (5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I'm Looking Out The Window
02:18 October 10, 1959 Master Take (Capitol) Where Do I Go From Here?
02:26 March 28, 1959 (5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Hallelujah, I Love Him So
01:35 October 17, 1958 (8:00 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Charley, My Boy
02:32 October 22, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Good-For-Nothin' Joe
02:46 October 22, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) When A Woman Loves A Man
02:06 October 19, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) I Like Men!
02:09 October 17, 1958 (8:00 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I'm Just Wild About Harry
02:13 October 17, 1958 (8:00 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.) Master Take (Capitol) My Man
02:46 October 22, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Bill
02:33 October 19, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) So In Love
02:59 October 22, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Jim
02:22 October 19, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) It's So Nice To Have A Man Around The House
01:47 October 17, 1958 (8:00 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny Oh!

Peggy Lee (ldr), Emmanuel "Manny" Klein (om, t), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Jack Marshall (arr, con), Jack Marshall and His Orchestra (acc), Mahlon Clark (cl), Harry Klee (cl, as, wds), Benny Carter (as), Don Fagerquist, Uan Rasey (t), Milton "Milt" Bernhart, Ed Kusby aka Edward Kuczborski, Murray McEachern, Randall Miller, Stuart "Stu" Williamson, Si Zentner (tb), John Cave, Herman Lebow, Richard Perrisi (hrn), Al Hendrickson, Barney Kessel, William "Bill" Pitman, Allan Reuss, Howard Roberts (g), Max K. Bennett, Meyer "Mike" Rubin, Michael Meyer Rubin (b), James "Jimmy" Rowles (p), Ann Mason Stockton (hrp), Larry Bunker, Lou Singer (d), Shelly Manne (d, per), Jacques Gasselin, James Getzoff, Mort Herbert, George Kast, Murray Kellner, Joseph Livoti, Daniel "Dan" Lube, Emanual Moss, Erno Neufeld, Nathan Ross (vn), Alvin Dinkin, Paul Robyn (vl), David Filerman, Edgar Lustgarten (vc), Morris Berkow, Justin Gordon, Ted Nash aka Theodore Nash, Arthur C. Smith (wds), Peggy Lee (v), Jimmy Joyce Children's Choir (bkv)

NOTES:
May be a 12" instead of a 16" transcription disc. The release year data is an educated guess.


Title: Basic Music Library [LP Pretty Eyes]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 7287 - P 7288     Rel. Year: 1960
02:53 February 18, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) As You Desire Me
02:27 February 15, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) It Could Happen To You
02:37 February 15, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Pretty Eyes
01:57 February 19, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Moments Like This
04:24 February 15, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Remind Me
02:12 February 19, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) You Fascinate Me So
03:05 February 15, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I Wanna Be Loved
02:41 February 18, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I'm Walking Through Heaven With You
02:32 February 18, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I Remember You
02:34 February 19, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Too Close For Comfort
02:23 February 18, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)
02:59 February 18, 1960 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Because I Love Him So

Peggy Lee (ldr), Emmanuel "Manny" Klein (om), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Billy May (arr, con), Billy May And His Orchestra (acc), Arthur "Art" Fleming, Jules Jacob[s], Ronnie Lang, Ted Nash aka Theodore Nash, Wilbur "Willie" Schwartz (sax), Bobby Gibbons, Al Hendrickson (g), Max K. Bennett, Meyer "Mike" Rubin (b), Lou Levy (p), Stella Castellucci (hrp), Stan Levey, Carlos Mejía (d), Arnold Belnick, David Frisina, James Getzoff, Ben Gill, Anatol Kaminsky, Murray Kellner, Daniel "Dan" Lube, Erno Neufeld, Nathan Ross, Marshall Sosson, Joe Stepansky, Gerald Vinci, William Weiss (vn), Joseph Di Fiore, Alvin Dinkin, Cecil Figelski, Virginia Majewski, Paul Robyn, Abraham Weiss (vl), Naoum Benditzky, Charles Gates, Ralph "Ray" Kramer, George Neikrug, Kurt Reher, Eleanor Slatkin (vc), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The release year data is an educated guess.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 songs from Broadway's Tenderloin, 1 of them a Peggy Lee vocal]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 7603 - P 7604      Rel. Year: 1961
02:37 September 1, 1960 Master Take (Capitol) My Gentle Young Johnny

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Ralph Carmichael (con), Ralph Carmichael and His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
May be a 12" instead of a 16" transcription disc. The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 7604 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [LP If You Go]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 7981 - P 7982     Rel. Year: 1962
02:53 June 22, 1961 (First of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) As Time Goes By
02:43 June 23, 1961 (First of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) If You Go
02:37 June 23, 1961 (Second of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) Oh, Love, Hast Thou Forsaken Me
02:56 June 24, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) Say It Isn't So
02:48 June 22, 1961 (First of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) I Wish I Didn't Love You So
02:01 June 24, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) Maybe It's Because (I Love You Too Much)
02:48 June 22, 1961 (Second of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) I'm Gonna Laugh You Right Out Of My Life
02:48 June 27, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) I Get Along Without You Very Well
02:30 June 23, 1961 (First of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) (I Love Your) Gypsy Heart
03:16 June 22, 1961 (First of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) When I Was A Child
02:49 June 23, 1961 (Second of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) Here's That Rainy Day
02:22 June 27, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) Smile

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Quincy Jones (arr, con), Justin Gordon, Jules Kinsler, Ted Nash aka Theodore Nash, Richard T. "Dick" Nash, Jules "Julie" Schwartz (f), Benny Carter (as), Tommy Pederson aka Pullman Pederson, George Roberts, Frank Rosolino (tb), John Cave, James "Jim" Decker, Vincent DeRosa, Richard "Dick" Perissi (frh), Dennis Budimir, Al Hendrickson (g), Max K. Bennett (b), Victor Feldman (p, cel, vib), Veryle Mills Brilhart (hrp), Shelly Manne (d), Francisco "Chino" Pozo, Ramón "Ray" Rivera (cng), Mike Gutierrez, Melvin "Mel" Zelnick (per), Victor Arno, Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Herman Clebanoff, Jacques Gasselin, James Getzoff, Ben Gill, Anatol Kaminsky, Louis Kaufman, Daniel "Dan" Lube, Paul Shure, Felix Slatkin, Marshall Sosson (vn), Alvin Dinkin, Cecil Figelski, Virginia Majewski, Paul Robyn (vl), Armond (Armand) Kaproff, Ralph "Ray" Kramer, George Neikrug, Eleanor Slatkin (vc), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
Matrix numbers: SSL 14595 and SSL 14596.


Title: Basic Music Library [LP Blues Cross Country]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 7893- P 7894     Rel. Year: 1962
02:28 April 14, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) Kansas City
03:03 April 15, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) Basin Street Blues
02:36 May 19, 1961 (Second of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) Los Angeles Blues
02:50 April 14, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) I Lost My Sugar In Salt Lake City
01:50 April 15, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) The Grain Belt Blues
03:19 April 17, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) New York City Blues
02:34 April 15, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) Goin' To Chicago Blues
02:34 April 19, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) San Francisco Blues
03:10 April 17, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) Fisherman's Wharf
02:02 April 15, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) Boston Beans
02:41 April 19, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) The Train Blues
02:13 April 19, 1961 Master Take (Capitol) St. Louis Blues

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Benny Carter (arr, as), Richard "Dick" Hazard (arr), Quincy Jones (arr, con), Buddy Collette, Bill Green (as, ts), Justin Gordon, John "Plas" Johnson, Bill Perkins (ts), Jack Nimitz (bar), Walter "Pete" Candoli, Robert "Bob" Fowler, Conrad Gozzo, Joe Graves, Al Porcino, Jack Sheldon, Ray Triscari (t), Hoyt Bohannon, Vernon "Vern" Friley, Lewis "Lew" McCreary, Richard T. "Dick" Nash, George Roberts, Frank Rosolino, Tom Shepard (tb), Bob Knight (bt), Dennis Budimir, Howard Roberts (g), Max K. Bennett (b), James "Jimmy" Rowles, Frank Strazzeri (p), Stan Levey (d), Frank "Chico" Guerrero (cng), Francisco "Chino" Pozo (cng, per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The date June 16, 1962 was typewritten on the label of an inspected copy.


Title: Basic Music Library [10 songs from LP Sugar 'n' Spice, 4 from Sinatra's All Alone]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 8116- P 8117 ?     Rel. Year: 1962
02:01 March 28, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) Ain't That Love?
03:21 March 31, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) The Best Is Yet To Come
03:35 April 4, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) Embrasse Moi (Embrace Me Just One More Time)
02:36 March 28, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) See See Rider
02:24 April 2, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) Teach Me Tonight
02:48 April 2, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) When The Sun Comes Out
02:31 March 31, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) Tell All The World About You
02:22 April 4, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) I Don't Wanna Leave You Now
02:20 April 4, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) I've Got The World On A String
02:36 March 31, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now)

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Billy Byers (arr, tb), Quincy Jones, Billy May, Shorty Rogers (arr), Benny Carter (con), Justin Gordon, Bill Green, Paul Horn (r), Conrad Gozzo, Al Porcino, Uan Rasey, Jack Sheldon, Clarence "Shorty" Sherock, Ray Triscari (t), Milton "Milt" Bernhart, George Roberts, Tom Shepard, Kenny Shroyer (tb), John Cave, Willard Culley, Vincent DeRosa, Sinclair Lott (frh), Clarence Karella (tu), Herb Ellis, Al Hendrickson (g), Max K. Bennett (b), Lou Levy (p), Emil Richards, aka Emil Radocchia (vib, per), Mel Lewis (d), Francisco "Chino" Pozo (d, per), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [1 Peggy Lee, 2 Teresa Brewer, 2 Dean Martin, 1 Kitty Kallen vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 8149 - P 8150     Rel. Year: 1962
02:07 November 14, 1962 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I'm A Woman

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh, Mike Stoller (pdr, arr), Jerry Leiber (pdr), Benny Carter (arr, con), Gene Quill (as), Unknown (t), John Pisano (g), Max K. Bennett (b), Mike Melvoin (p), Stan Levey (per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 1850 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals; also Al Martino, Dimitri Tiomkin, Clebanoff Strings numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 8443 - P 8444     Rel. Year: 1963
01:40 May 29, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Got That Magic
02:06 May 29, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) A Doodlin' Song (Doop Doo-De Oop)

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Max K. Bennett (con), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 8443 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [LP I'm A Woman + 1 song from a single]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 8293 - P 8294     Rel. Year: 1963
02:10 January 4, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) The Alley Cat Song
02:34 January 2, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Mama's Gone, Goodbye
01:42 January 3, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) I'm Walkin'
02:35 January 5, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Come Rain Or Come Shine
01:36 January 4, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth The Salt Of My Tears
02:07 November 14, 1962 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I'm A Woman
02:43 January 5, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Mack The Knife (Die Moritat Von Mackie Messer)
02:13 January 2, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You
02:15 March 29, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) I'll Get By
02:23 January 4, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) I Left My Heart In San Francisco
02:17 January 3, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) A Taste Of Honey
01:52 January 2, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) One Note Samba (Samba De Uma Nota So)
02:07 February 6, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Little Boat (O Barquinho)

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh, Mike Stoller (pdr, arr), Jerry Leiber (pdr), John Kraus (eng), Benny Carter, Richard "Dick" Hazard (arr, con), Max K. Bennett (con, b), Benny Carter And His Orchestra, Other Individuals Unknown (acc), Paul Horn (r), Justin Gordon (f), Gene Quill (as), Emmanuel "Manny" Klein, Jack Sheldon, Unknown (t), Dave Wells (tb), Herb Ellis, Al Hendrickson, John Pisano (g), Bob Corwin, Lou Levy, Mike Melvoin (p), Stan Levey (d, per), Mel Lewis (d), Francisco Aguabella (bo, cng, per), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [LP Mink Jazz]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 8435 - P 8436     Rel. Year: 1963
01:36 February 7, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) It's A Big, Wide, Wonderful World
02:15 March 30, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) Whisper Not
02:31 March 29, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) My Silent Love
02:31 February 2, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) The Lady Is A Tramp
03:06 February 5, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Days Of Wine And Roses
01:59 February 5, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) As Long As I Live
02:02 February 2, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) I Won't Dance
02:45 February 7, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Cloudy Morning
02:07 February 5, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) I Could Write A Book
02:36 March 30, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) I Never Had A Chance
02:15 February 7, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Close Your Eyes
02:45 February 7, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Where Can I Go Without You?

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), John Kraus (eng), Sid Feller, Shorty Rogers (arr), Max K. Bennett (con, b), Benny Carter (con), Benny Carter And His Orchestra (acc), Justin Gordon (f, ts), Harry Klee (af), Jack Sheldon (t), Unknown (c, str), Herb Ellis, Al Hendrickson, John Pisano (g), Bob Corwin, Lou Levy (p), Stan Levey, Mel Lewis (d), Francisco Aguabella (bo, cng), Francisco "Chino" Pozo (per), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [LP In Love Again!]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 8757 - P 8758     Rel. Year: 1964
02:34 October 30, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) A Lot Of Livin' To Do
01:59 October 30, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) I've Got Your Number
02:03 December 7, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Little By Little
01:40 May 29, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Got That Magic
01:53 October 30, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) The Moment Of Truth
02:38 October 30, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) That's My Style
03:05 December 7, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) I Can't Stop Loving You
02:25 December 7, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Unforgettable
02:38 November 2, 1963 (3:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Once (Ils S'Aimaient)
02:51 November 2, 1963 (3:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) (I'm) In Love Again
02:30 December 7, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) I Got Lost In Her Arms
02:48 November 2, 1963 (3:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) How Insensitive (Insensatez)

Peggy Lee (ldr), Marion L. Klein (om), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Richard "Dick" Hazard, Bill Holman, Shorty Rogers (arr), Max K. Bennett (con, b), Unknown (orc, f, str), James "Jim" Decker, Vincent DeRosa, Richard "Dick" Perissi (frh), Dennis Budimir, John Pisano (g), Lou Levy (p), Francisco Aguabella, Stan Levey (d), Victor Arno, Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, David Frisina, James Getzoff, Ben Gill, Stanley Plummer, Nathan Ross, Paul Shure, Marshall Sosson, William Weiss (vn), Justin Gordon (wds), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)


Title: Basic Music Library [7 songs from LP In The Name Of Love]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 9049 - P 9050     Rel. Year: 1964
02:03 June 26, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) In The Name Of Love
02:17 June 26, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) My Sin
02:21 July 1, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) The Girl From Ipanema {Garota de Ipanema}
02:30 July 2, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) Shangri-La
02:46 July 1, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) Talk To Me, Baby
02:07 July 6, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) There'll Be Some Changes Made
02:30 July 6, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) Senza Fine

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Hugh Davies, Joe Polito (eng), {Head Arrangement}, Dave Grusin (arr), Billy May (arr, con), Billy May And His Orchestra (acc), Conrad Gozzo, Emmanuel "Manny" Klein, Ray Triscari (t), Milton "Milt" Bernhart, Ed Kusby aka Edward Kuczborski, Kenny Shroyer (tb), James "Jim" Decker (frh), Robert "Bob" Bain, John Pisano, Howard Roberts (g), Charles "Chuck" Berghofer (b), Lou Levy (p), Stan Levey (d), Francisco Aguabella (bo, cng), Justin Gordon, Paul Horn, Jules Jacob[s], Ted Nash aka Theodore Nash, Maury Stein (wds), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 9050 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Guard Session {Peggy Lee}
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's National Guard     Cat. Num.: GS #173-176     Rel. Year: 1965
02:23 December 9, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) Pass Me By
02:45 November 25, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Mañana
02:31 February 18, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) My Love, Forgive Me (Amore, Scusami)
01:43 February 19, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) You Always Hurt The One You Love
03:19 May 19, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Fever
02:21 February 18, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Sneakin' Up On You

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh, Lee Gillette (pdr), John Palladino (eng), {Head Arrangement}, Henry J. "Heinie" Beau and/or Billy May, Dave Grusin (arr), Peggy Lee (arr, v), Dave Barbour (con, g), Lou Levy (con, p), Dave Barbour And The Brazilians, Lou Levy and His Orchestra (acc), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Harry Klee (f, cl), Robert "Bob" Bain, Dennis Budimir, Aloysio de Oliveira, Joe de Oliveira, John Pisano, William "Bill" Pitman (g), Arthur Bernstein, Joe Mondragon, Bob Whitlock or Don Prell (b), Unknown (oc), John Guerin, Shelly Manne, Tommy Romersa (d), Francisco Aguabella (bo, cng), Ivan Lopes (bo), Oswaldo Gogiano, Antonio Martins, Paulo de Castro Monte (per), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)


Title: National Guard: Peggy Lee [LP Pass Me By + Four PL Hits]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's National Guard     Cat. Num.: Gs 173-176     Rel. Year: 1965
02:23 December 9, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) Pass Me By
02:45 November 25, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Mañana
02:31 February 18, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) My Love, Forgive Me (Amore, Scusami)
01:43 February 19, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) You Always Hurt The One You Love
03:19 May 19, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Fever
02:21 February 18, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Sneakin' Up On You
02:17 December 9, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) That's What It Takes
02:06 February 7, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Bewitched
03:12 July 27, 1942 Master Take (Columbia) Why Don't You Do Right?
02:26 February 18, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) I Wanna Be Around
02:04 February 7, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) A Hard Day's Night
03:20 May 1, 1952 Master Take (Decca) Lover
02:21 February 18, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)

Benny Goodman, Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh, Milt Gabler, Lee Gillette, Morty Palitz (pdr), John Palladino (eng), {Head Arrangement}, Henry J. "Heinie" Beau and/or Billy May, Dave Grusin, Shorty Rogers (arr), Gordon Jenkins (arr, con), Peggy Lee (arr, v), Mel Powell (arr, p), Dave Barbour (con, g), Lou Levy (con, p), Dave Barbour And The Brazilians, The Benny Goodman Orchestra, Gordon Jenkins And His Orchestra, Lou Levy and His Orchestra (acc), Art Drellinger, Jack Greenberg, Tom Parshley, Milt Yaner (sax), Henry J. "Heinie" Beau, Harry Klee (f, cl), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer (as), Leonard Sims, Jon Walton (ts), Robert "Bob" Poland (bar), Benny Baker, Tony Faso (aka Joseph Fasulo), James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Lawrence Stearns, aka Alfred Sculco (t), Charlie Castaldo, Lou McGarity (tb), Robert "Bob" Bain, Dennis Budimir, Aloysio de Oliveira, Joe de Oliveira, John Pisano, William "Bill" Pitman, Art Ryerson (g), Arthur Bernstein, Cliff Hill, Jack Lesberg, Joe Mondragon, Bob Whitlock or Don Prell (b), Bernie Leighton (p), Unknown (oc), Howard "Hud" Davies, John Guerin, Harry Jaeger, Shelly Manne, Tommy Romersa (d), Francisco Aguabella (bo, cng), Ivan Lopes (bo), Oswaldo Gogiano, Antonio Martins, Paulo de Castro Monte (per), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
This vinyl contains four episodes of the National Guard's radio show, hosted by Martin Block. All four episodes spotlight her album Pass Me By. Include chat with the singer.


Title: Basic Music Library [LP Pass Me By; also 3 Hugo Montenegro numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 9287 - P 9288     Rel. Year: 1965
02:21 February 18, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Sneakin' Up On You
02:23 December 9, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) Pass Me By
02:26 February 18, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) I Wanna Be Around
02:06 February 7, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Bewitched
02:31 February 18, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) My Love, Forgive Me (Amore, Scusami)
01:43 February 19, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) You Always Hurt The One You Love
02:04 February 7, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) A Hard Day's Night
02:04 February 19, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) L-o-v-e
02:19 February 7, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Dear Heart
02:21 February 18, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)
02:17 December 9, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) That's What It Takes

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), {Head Arrangement}, Dave Grusin, Shorty Rogers (arr), Lou Levy (con, p), Lou Levy and His Orchestra (acc), Robert "Bob" Bain, Dennis Budimir, John Pisano, William "Bill" Pitman (g), Bob Whitlock or Don Prell (b), Unknown (oc), John Guerin (d), Francisco Aguabella (bo, cng), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The bulk of the Peggy Lee numbers are on side P 9287.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals; also Hollyridge Strings, Keely Smith numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 9395 - P 9536     Rel. Year: 1965
02:23 June 18, 1965 (3:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) The Shadow Of Your Smile
01:57 June 18, 1965 (3:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Maybe This Summer

Peggy Lee (ldr), Marion L. Klein (om), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Sid Feller (arr, con), Sid Feller and His Orchestra (acc), Robert "Bob" Bain, John Collins, Barney Kessel (g), Max K. Bennett (b), Lou Levy (p), Victor Feldman, John Guerin (d), Victor Arno, Edward Bergman, Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Jacques Gasselin, Ben Gill, Daniel "Dan" Lube, Erno Neufeld, Lou Raderman, Nathan Ross, Marshall Sosson (vn), Alvin Dinkin, Paul Robyn (vl), Joseph Saxon, Eleanor Slatkin (vc), Ted Nash aka Theodore Nash (wds), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 9536 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals; also Bill McElhiney. Jack Jones, Lawrence Welk numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 9395 - P 9536     Rel. Year: 1965
01:53 July 7, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Free Spirits
01:52 September 21, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Ev'rybody Has The Right To Be Wrong! (At Least Once)

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Sid Feller (arr, con), Sid Feller and His Orchestra (acc), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 9511 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [7 songs from LP Then Was Then]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 9575 - P 9576     Rel. Year: 1966
02:07 September 21, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Trapped (In The Web Of Love)
02:29 September 21, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Losers, Weepers
01:59 July 7, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) I Go To Sleep
02:04 May 31, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Leave It To Love
02:30 June 18, 1965 (3:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) They Say
02:23 July 7, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Seventh Son
02:24 December 9, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) Then Was Then (And Now Is Now)
04:01 September 21, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) (I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over

Peggy Lee (ldr), Marion L. Klein (om), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Cy Coleman, Sid Feller, Billy May (arr, con), Sid Feller and His Orchestra (acc), Robert "Bob" Bain, John Collins, Barney Kessel (g), Max K. Bennett (b), Lou Levy (p), Victor Feldman, John Guerin (d), Victor Arno, Edward Bergman, Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Jacques Gasselin, Ben Gill, Daniel "Dan" Lube, Erno Neufeld, Lou Raderman, Nathan Ross, Marshall Sosson (vn), Alvin Dinkin, Paul Robyn (vl), Joseph Saxon, Eleanor Slatkin (vc), Ted Nash aka Theodore Nash (wds), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 9575 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals; also Vic Damone, Rod Mckuen, Keely Smith numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 9685 - P 9686     Rel. Year: 1966
01:57 February 1, 1966 Alternate Take (Capitol) That Man
02:37 February 1, 1966 Master Take (Capitol) You Don't Know

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), John Kraus (eng), {Head Arrangement} (arr), Unknown (f, g, b, p, d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 9686 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [7 songs from LP Big $pender]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 9757 - P 9758     Rel. Year: 1966
02:10 February 1, 1966 Master Take (Capitol) You've Got Possibilities
01:48 10/27/1965 Master Take (Capitol) It's A Wonderful World
02:49 October 29, 1965 (1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I'll Only Miss Her When I Think Of Her
02:07 10/27/1965 Master Take (Capitol) Big Spender
02:48 October 29, 1965 (1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I Must Know
03:09 October 29, 1965 (1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Watch What Happens
02:04 10/27/1965 Master Take (Capitol) Let's Fall In Love

Peggy Lee (ldr), Marion L. Klein (om), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), John Kraus (eng), {Head Arrangement}, Billy Byers, Dave Grusin, Mundell Lowe (arr), Bill Holman (arr, con), Bill Holman and His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (f, frh, g, b, p, d), Conte Candoli, Walter "Pete" Candoli, Al Porcino, Clarence "Shorty" Sherock (t), Vernon "Vern" Friley, Urban "Urbie" Green, Robert Knight (tb), Aubrey Bouck (frh), John Gray, Alfred "Al" Viola (g), Max K. Bennett (b), Lou Levy (p), Francisco Aguabella, Stan Levey, Chester Ricord (d), Bernard Fleischer, Arthur C. Smith (wds), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 9757 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee, 2 Astrud Gilberto, 2 Caterina Valente vocals]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 9819 - P 9820     Rel. Year: 1966
01:47 May 21, 1966 Master Take (Capitol) Happy Feet
02:40 May 21, 1966 Master Take (Capitol) (Stay With Me) Stay With Me

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Quincy Jones (arr, con), Bob Cooper, Harry Klee, Jack Nimitz, Bud Shank (r), Aubrey Bouck, Bill Henshaw, Sinclair Lott, Henry Sigismonti (frh), Robert "Bob" Bain, Dennis Budimir, John Pisano (g), Toots Thielemans (g, w), Max K. Bennett (b), Unknown (str), Lou Levy (p), Artie Kane (org), Earl Palmer (d), Larry Bunker, Emil Richards, aka Emil Radocchia (per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 9820 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.



Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals; also Larry Bunker, Gary Burton numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 9975 - P 9976     Rel. Year: 1966
02:34 September 13, 1966 Master Take (Capitol) Walking Happy
02:16 September 13, 1966 Master Take (Capitol) So, What's New?

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Robert "Bob" Bain, Dave Grusin (arr, con), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 9976 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 songs from LP Guitars Ala Lee + 3 from Harry Edison LP]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 10017 - P 10018     Rel. Year: 1966
03:08 July 22, 1966 Master Take (Capitol) Nice 'n' Easy
02:56 July 26, 1966 (Second of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) Goodbye, My Love
02:09 July 18, 1966 (8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Sweet Happy Life (Samba de Orfeu)
02:30 July 26, 1966 (Second of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) Touch The Earth

Peggy Lee (ldr), Marion L. Klein (om), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Robert "Bob" Bain (arr, g), Dave Grusin (arr, con), Richard "Dick" Hazard (arr), Unknown (frh, g, b, str, p, d, wds), Laurindo Almeida, Dennis Budimir, John Collins, Herb Ellis, Al Hendrickson, Louis "Lou" Morell (g), Max K. Bennett (b), Lou Levy (p), Francisco Aguabella, Larry Bunker, John Guerin (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 10017 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 songs from LP Guitars Ala Lee + 3 from Henry Mancini LP]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 10077 - P 10078     Rel. Year: 1966
02:27 July 26, 1966 (Second of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) Think Beautiful
02:36 July 22, 1966 Master Take (Capitol) Good Times
02:37 July 26, 1966 (First of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) Beautiful, Beautiful World
02:49 July 18, 1966 (8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) My Guitar

Peggy Lee (ldr), Marion L. Klein (om), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Robert "Bob" Bain (arr, g), Dave Grusin (arr, con), Unknown (frh, g, b, str, p, d, wds), Laurindo Almeida, Dennis Budimir, John Collins, Herb Ellis, Al Hendrickson, Louis "Lou" Morell (g), Max K. Bennett (b), Lou Levy (p), Francisco Aguabella, Larry Bunker, John Guerin (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The Peggy Lee and Henry Mancini interpretations are on side P 10077 of the disc. Side P 10078 features three numbers from Bobby Darin's Atlantic album If I Were A Carpenter, two numbers by Elvis Presley, and two numbers by Tiffany Michel.


Title: [Various Artists] Treasury Of Stars; 25th Anniversary Album, 1941-1966
Artist: (Not Peggy Lee)
Format: 16" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Treasury Department Service     Cat. Num.: Gxtv 108470     Rel. Year: 1966
02:51 March 9, 1949 (Broadcast Date) (Pre-taped, Date Unknown) Bing Crosby Show (ABC) So In Love

Perry Botkin, Sr. (g), Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [7 songs from LP Extra Special!]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 10285 - P 10286     Rel. Year: 1967
01:55 May 19, 1961 (First of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) Hey, Look Me Over
02:50 September 1, 1960 Master Take (Capitol) When He Makes Music
02:16 September 13, 1966 Master Take (Capitol) So, What's New?
02:37 July 26, 1960 Master Take (Capitol) Call Me Darling, Call Me Sweetheart, Call Me Dear
02:17 July 26, 1960 Master Take (Capitol) A Bucket Of Tears
02:06 May 29, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) A Doodlin' Song (Doop Doo-De Oop)
02:05 July 26, 1960 Alternate Take (Capitol) I'm Gonna Go Fishin'

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Robert "Bob" Bain, Ralph Carmichael, Bill Holman, Quincy Jones (arr, con), Max K. Bennett (con, b), Ralph Carmichael and His Orchestra, Bill Holman and His Orchestra (acc), Benny Carter, Bill Green (as), John "Plas" Johnson, Bill Perkins (ts), Jack Nimitz (bar), Walter "Pete" Candoli, Robert "Bob" Fowler, Al Porcino, Ray Triscari (t), Hoyt Bohannon, Lewis "Lew" McCreary, Richard T. "Dick" Nash (tb), Bob Knight (bt), Dennis Budimir (g), James "Jimmy" Rowles (p), Stan Levey (d), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 10286 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [2 Peggy Lee vocals; also Richard Coyne, Bull Dog Breed numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 10451 - P 10452     Rel. Year: 1967
02:30 6/6/1967 Master Take (Capitol) Lonesome Road
02:30 6/6/1967 Master Take (Capitol) I Feel It

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Billy May (arr), Ralph Carmichael (con), Anthony Terran, James C. "Jimmy" Zito (t), Robert "Bob" Bain, Dennis Budimir, John Pisano (g), Max K. Bennett (b), Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Arnold Delnick, Bonnie Douglas, David Frisina, Jacques Gasselin, Nat Kaproff, Erno Neufeld, Paul Shure, Gerald Vinci (str), Lou Levy (p), Toots Thielemans (h), Nick Ceroli (d), Justin Gordon, John "Plas" Johnson (wds), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 10452 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [7 songs from LP Somethin' Groovy!]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 10561 - P 10562     Rel. Year: 1967
02:31 June 9, 1967 (7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Something Stupid
01:52 June 8, 1967 Master Take (Capitol) You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby
01:54 June 10, 1967 Master Take (Capitol) I Can Hear The Music
01:48 June 10, 1967 Master Take (Capitol) It Might As Well Be Spring
02:47 June 9, 1967 (7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Two For The Road
02:25 June 10, 1967 Master Take (Capitol) Sing A Rainbow
02:46 June 9, 1967 (7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) (Our) Love Is Here To Stay

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), Johnny Mandel, Ted Nichols (arr), Ralph Carmichael (ccm), Lou Levy (con, p), Unknown (r, b, str, d), Dennis Budimir, Mundell Lowe (g), Toots Thielemans (g, h, w), Max K. Bennett (b), John Guerin (per), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 10561 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [4 vocals from LP The Hits Of Peggy Lee + 2 from a single]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 10745 - P 10746     Rel. Year: 1968
03:19 May 19, 1958 Master Take (Capitol) Fever
02:34 October 30, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) A Lot Of Livin' To Do
02:07 November 14, 1962 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I'm A Woman
02:34 July 22, 1966 Master Take (Capitol) Call Me
02:25 March 18, 1968 (3:00-6:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Reason To Believe
02:43 March 18, 1968 (3:00-6:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Didn't Want To Have To Do It

Peggy Lee (ldr), Don Randi (om, key), Dave Cavanaugh, Mike Stoller (pdr, arr), Charles Koppelman, Jerry Leiber, Don Rubin (pdr), Benny Carter, Shorty Rogers (arr, con), Peggy Lee (arr, v), Billy May (arr), Max K. Bennett (con, b), Unknown (orc, t, frh, g, b, bfb, p, d, wds), Gene Quill (as), William H. "Bill" Hood (bar), Jack Sheldon, Stuart "Stu" Williamson (t), Dick Hyde, Richard Leith (tb), John Pisano (g), Joe Mondragon (b), Mike Melvoin (p), Shelly Manne (d), Stan Levey (per), Arnold Belnick, Emil F. Briano, William "Bill" Kurasch, Ralph Schaeffer, Daryl Terwilliger, Tibor Zelig (vn), Joseph Di Tullio, Nathan "Nate" Gershman, Raymond J. Kelley, Jerome A. Kessler (vc)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 10745 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [1 Peggy Lee vocal; also Lyn Roman, Evie Sands, Johnny Mathis ... numbers ]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 11041 - P 11042     Rel. Year: 1968
02:15 March 21 (9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.) & 22 (1:00-4:00 p.m.), 1968 Master Take (Capitol) It'll Never Happen Again

Peggy Lee (ldr), Don Randi (om), Charles Koppelman, Don Rubin (pdr), Shorty Rogers (con), James R. "Jim" Horn, John "Plas" Johnson (sax), Stan Fishelson, Jack Sheldon, Stuart "Stu" Williamson (t), Richard Leith, Lewis "Lew" McCreary (tb), Max K. Bennett, Brian Williams (b), Lou Levy (p), Michael Lang (key), Hal Blaine, Norman Jeffries (d), David Cohen (per), George F. Poole, Daryl Terwilliger (vn), Norman Botnick (vl), Jesse Ehrlich (vc), John E. Lowe (wds), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 11041 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Here's To Veterans {The Peggy Lee Show / Swing And Sway With Sammy Kaye}
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: US Government's Veterans Administration     Cat. Num.: Programs No. 1144-1145     Rel. Year: 1968
02:54 June 8, 1967 Master Take (Capitol) Release Me
02:31 June 9, 1967 (7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Something Stupid
01:52 June 8, 1967 Master Take (Capitol) You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby
02:21 February 18, 1965 Master Take (Capitol) Sneakin' Up On You

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), {Head Arrangement} (arr), Ralph Carmichael (ccm), Lou Levy (con, p), Lou Levy and His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (r, str), Robert "Bob" Bain, Dennis Budimir, Mundell Lowe, John Pisano, William "Bill" Pitman (g), Max K. Bennett, Bob Whitlock or Don Prell (b), Toots Thielemans (h, w), John Guerin (d, per), Francisco Aguabella (bo, cng), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
Side No. 1144 consists of three songs from the album Somethin' Groovy! and one song from the album Pass Me By. Each song is introduced by Peggy Lee herself. The show's closing features Herb Alpert doing a promotional spot on behalf of the Veterans' Administration. Side no. 1145 offers four numbers sung by Sammy Kaye.


Title: Basic Music Library [1 Peggy Lee vocal; also Vic Damone, Tony Bennett ... numbers]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 11309 - P 11310     Rel. Year: 1969
02:35 January 31, 1969 (Second session, 10:30-1:30 a.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Spinning Wheel

Peggy Lee (ldr), Max K. Bennett (om, b), Phil Wright (pdr), Mike Melvoin (arr, con, org), Paul Horn (sax, f), Pete Christlieb (ts), John Audino, Robert "Bobby" Bryant, Marion "Buddy" Childers (t, fh), Paul Hubinon, Dick Hyde, Lewis "Lew" McCreary (tb), William Hinshaw (frh), James Burton (g, Gut), Fred Robinson (g, 12g, Gut), Michael Lang (p, elp), Paul Humphrey (d), Kenneth Watson (trd, tym, Lat), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed artists are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 11310 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 songs from LP A Natural Woman]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: P 11333 - P11334     Rel. Year: 1969
02:15 February 15, 1969 (8:00-12:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) (All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings
02:37 February 12, 1969 (7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
03:01 February 15, 1969 (8:00-12:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
02:38 January 31, 1969 (First session, 7:00-10:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Everyday People
04:05 January 31, 1969 (First session, 7:00-10:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Please, Send Me Someone To Love
03:15 February 12, 1969 (7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I Think It's Gonna Rain Today

Peggy Lee (ldr), Max K. Bennett (om, b), Phil Wright (pdr), Robert "Bobby" Bryant (arr, t), Mike Melvoin (arr, con, p, elp, elo, org), James R. "Jim" Horn (sax, f, o), Donald J. "Don" Menza (sax, f, ts), Pete Christlieb (f, ts, bar), Ernest Watts (f, ts, t, o), John "Plas" Johnson (ts), John Audino (t, bt, fh), Marion "Buddy" Childers (t, c, fh), Paul Hubinon (t), Reunald Jones, Paul Rubinon, James C. "Jimmy" Zito (t, fh), George Bohannon (tb, eu), David Allan Duke (tb, frh, tu), Dick Hyde, Richard Leith, Lewis "Lew" McCreary (tb, bt), Charles C. "Charlie" Loper (tb), Donald Waldrop (tb, tu, bt), William Hinshaw (frh, tu), Louis Blackburn (bt, tnt), Michael Anthony (g, elg, 12g), James Burton (g, 12g, Gut, slg), Michael Lang (g, p, elp, org), Mundell Lowe (g, elg), Fred Robinson (g, 12g, Gut), Lawrence "Larry" Knechtel (p, hps, org), Merlyn Ray Pohlman (pac, ela), Michael Deasy (gch, hal, bel), Joe Porcaro (mal, per), James "Jim" Gordon (d, Lat, per), Paul Humphrey, Grady Tate (d), Earl Palmer (d, tym, bel), Kenneth Watson (trd, Lat), Sandra Crouch (tam), Peggy Lee (v), Sister Love's Ghen Berry, Sister Love's Lillie Fort, Sister Love's Vermettya Royster (bkv)

NOTES:
Side P 11333 is entirely dedicated to these Lee tracks from her Capitol LP A Natural Woman. Side P 11334 comprises five tracks from Brenda Lee's LP Johnny One Time. On a different note, bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 songs from LP Is That All There Is?]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 11697 - P 11698     Rel. Year: 1969
03:28 October 14, 1969 (8:00 p.m.-12:00 midnight) Master Take (Capitol) Love Story
03:04 Feburary 4 & January 29, 1969 Master Take (Capitol) Me And My Shadow
03:00 October 15, 1969 (8:00 p.m. - 12:00 midnight) Master Take (Capitol) Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show
03:14 October 15, 1969 (8:00 p.m. - 12:00 midnight) Master Take (Capitol) Something
02:47 October 14, 1969 (8:00 p.m.-12:00 midnight) Master Take (Capitol) Johnny (Linda)
03:31 October 15, 1969 (8:00 p.m. - 12:00 midnight) Master Take (Capitol) Don't Smoke In Bed

Peggy Lee (ldr), Max K. Bennett (om, b), Phil Wright (pdr), Bill Halverson (eng), Mundell Lowe, Mike Melvoin (arr, con), George Tipton (ccm), Charles T. Harrington (r, sax, unk), James R. "Jim" Horn, Donald J. "Don" Menza (r, unk), John Audino, Marion "Buddy" Childers, Paul Hubinon, Oliver "Ollie" Mitchell, Anthony Terran, James C. "Jimmy" Zito (t, unk), R. D. McMickle (t), James "Jimmy" Cleveland, Richard Leith, Charles C. "Charlie" Loper (tb), Dick Hyde (tb, unk), William Hinshaw, Henry Sigismonti (tu), Dennis Budimir, John J. Kelson Jr., Tom "Tommy" Morgan, Peter Woodford (g, unk), Howard Roberts, Louis "Louie" Shelton (g), Merlyn Ray Pohlman (eb), Maury Dell (p), Lou Levy (p, unk), Lawrence "Larry" Knechtel (org), Victor Feldman (vib, unk), Gayle (aka Gail) Levant (hrp), Gary Coleman, Earl Palmer (d, per, unk), Jerry D. Williams (d), Israel Baker, Assa Drori, William Hector, Bernard Kundell, Henry Peber, Stanley Plummer, Ralph Schaefer, Tibor Zelig (vn), Raymond J. Kelley, Ralph "Ray" Kramer (vc), Peggy Lee (v), B. K. Lewis, Thomas W. "Tom" Scott, Donald Waldrop (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 11697 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [5 songs from LP Bridge Over Troubled Water]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 11987 - P 11988     Rel. Year: 1970
05:05 February 17, 1970 (7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Bridge Over Troubled Water
02:42 February 17, 1970 (7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) (There's) Always Something There To Remind Me
04:01 February 20, 1970 (6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I See Your Face Before Me
03:50 February 20, 1970 (6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
03:06 February 20, 1970 (6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?

Peggy Lee (ldr), Max K. Bennett (om, b, unk), Phil Wright (pdr), Hank Cicalo (eng), Mike Melvoin (arr, con), Thomas W. "Tom" Scott (r), Charles T. Harrington (sax), James R. "Jim" Horn, Donald J. "Don" Menza (sax, unk), Marion "Buddy" Childers, Charles "Chuck" Findley, Oliver "Ollie" Mitchell (t, unk), Dick Hyde (t, tb), George Bohannon, Richard T. "Dick" Nash (tb), Vincent DeRosa, David Allan Duke, William Hinshaw (frh), Dennis Budimir, Louis "Louie" Shelton, Peter Woodford (g, unk), Lou Levy (p, unk), Lawrence "Larry" Knechtel (org, unk), Pete Jolly, Joseph L. "Joe" Sample (key, unk), Gary Coleman (d, per, unk), Victor Feldman, James "Jim" Gordon, Milton Holland (per, unk), Earl Palmer (per), Robert "Bob" Hardaway (wds, unk), Peggy Lee (v), Anthony Ortega (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 11987 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 songs from LP Make It With You]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 12365 - P 12366     Rel. Year: 1971
02:29 August 5, 1970 (8:00 p.m. - 12:00 midnight) Master Take (Capitol) I've Never Been So Happy In My Life
03:20 July 21, 1970 (8:00 p.m. - 12:00 midnight) Master Take (Capitol) The Long And Winding Road
02:29 August 5, 1970 (8:00 p.m. - 12:00 midnight) Master Take (Capitol) That's What Living's About
03:08 August 27, 1970 Master Take (Capitol) Let's Get Lost In Now
03:18 August 27, 1970 Master Take (Capitol) Make It With You
03:53 August 27, 1970 Master Take (Capitol) Goodbye

Peggy Lee (ldr), Marion L. Klein (om), Phil Wright (pdr), Benny Golson (arr, con), Gene L. "Gino" Bozzacco, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Emmanuel "Manny" Klein (t), Robert "Bob" Ascher, George Bohannon, Lewis "Lew" McCreary (tb), James "Jim" Decker, David Allan Duke, Alan Robinson (frh), Donald Waldrop (tu), Dennis Budimir, Peter Woodford (g), Max K. Bennett (b, eb), Clare Fischer, Lou Levy, James "Jimmy" Rowles (p), Carl Fortina (pac), John Guerin, Earl Palmer (d), Jules Greenberg, Emil Radocchia, aka Richards (per), Israel Baker, George Berres, Elliott Fisher, Erno Neufeld, Stanley Plummer, Nathan Ross, Carroll Stephens, Daryl Terwilliger (vn), Dorothy Colton, Allan Harshman (vl), Ronald Cooper, Edgar Lustgarten (vc), Gene Cipriano, Mel Tax (wds), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
This LP's flip side (P 12366) features six songs from Laura Nyro's album Christmas And The Beads Of Sweat.


Title: Basic Music Library [5 songs from LP Where Did They Go?]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 12797 - P 12798     Rel. Year: 1971
02:45 May 11, 1971 (1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) Help Me Make It Through The Night
04:01 April 5, 1971 Master Take (Capitol) I Was Born In Love With You
03:24 May 11, 1971 (1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I Don't Know How To Love Him
02:55 April 5, 1971 Master Take (Capitol) My Sweet Lord
03:53 April 6, 1971 Master Take (Capitol) Where Did They Go?

Peggy Lee (ldr), Thomas L. "Snuff" Garrett (pdr), Thorne Norgar, Phil Ramone (eng), Allan A. "Al" Capps (arr), Don Sebesky (arr, con), Jules Jacob[s] (r), Dennis Budimir, Louis "Lou" Morell (g), Jerry O. Scheff (b), Lou Levy (p), Mike Melvoin (org), Ronald Ellis "Ron" Tutt (d), Leonard Malarsky, Marshall Sosson (vn), Kurt Reher (vc), Peggy Lee (v), David Burk, Alan C. Estes, Virgil P. Evans (unk)

NOTES:
Naturally, the listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. The side (P 12797) is entirely dedicated to the album. The other side of the vinyl, P 12798, is similarly dedicated to one album (Boots Randolph's Homer Louis Randolph, III). On another note, bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 songs from LP Norma Deloris Egstrom ...]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 13453 - 13454     Rel. Year: 1972
01:55 April 28, 1972 Master Take (Capitol) The More I See You
02:15 April 28, 1972 Master Take (Capitol) I'll Be Seeing You
03:22 April 24, 1972 Master Take (Capitol) Love Song
02:49 April 27, 1972 Master Take (Capitol) Razor (Love Me As I Am)
04:44 April 24, 1972 Master Take (Capitol) A Song For You
03:23 April 27, 1972 Master Take (Capitol) Just For A Thrill

Peggy Lee (ldr), Tom Catalano (pdr), Armin Steiner (eng), Artie Butler (arr, con, p), Larry Carlton, Louis "Louie" Shelton (g), Reinhold Press (b), Unknown (str), Michael Omartian (p), Earl Palmer (d), Gary Coleman, Victor Feldman (per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 13454 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [5 songs from LP Let's Love]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 14933 - P 14934     Rel. Year: 1974
04:24 Late April, 1974 Master Take (Atlantic) He Is The One
04:36 Late April, 1974 Master Take (Atlantic) Easy Evil
04:04 Late April, 1974 Master Take (Atlantic) Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
03:51 Late April, 1974 Master Take (Atlantic) Always
02:25 Late April, 1974 Master Take (Atlantic) Sometimes

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Grusin (pdr, arr, con, p, fen, snt, per), Peggy Lee (pdr, arr, v), Phil Schier (eng), Artie Butler (arr), Erno Neufeld (ccm), Pete Christlieb (f, ts), Jerome Richardson (ss, as, bar), Charles "Chuck" Findley (t), Frank Rosolino (tb), Vincent DeRosa (frh), Gene Cipriano (o), Dennis Budimir, Dan Ferguson, Lee Ritenour, David T. Walker (g), Chuck Rainey (b), Unknown (str), George Gaffney (p), Dick Borden (d), Harvey Mason (d, per), Bobbye Hall (cng), Jim Gilstrap, Joe Green, Marti McCall, Jackie Ward, Edna Wright (bkv)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 14934 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [5 songs from LP Mirrors]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service     Cat. Num.: P 15767 - P 15768     Rel. Year: 1975
02:50 Between Monday, June 2 and Thursday, June 5, 1975 Master Take (A&M) I Remember
04:22 5/30/1975 Master Take (A&M) Some Cats Know
04:03 8/1/1975 Master Take (A&M) Say It
03:04 8/1/1975 Master Take (A&M) A Little White Ship
03:54 6/6/1975 Master Take (A&M) Longings For A Simpler Time

Peggy Lee (ldr), Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller (pdr), Hank Cicalo, Pete Romano, Carmen aka Carmine Rubino (eng), Johnny Mandel (arr, con), Meco Monardo (s-a), Georgia Alwan, Norman Benno, Gene Cipriano, Harry Klee, Ronald Langinger, Abe Most, John Neufield, Jack Nimitz, Bill Perkins, Jerome Richardson, Thomas W. "Tom" Scott, Bud Shank (r), George Young (r, f), Joe Burnett, Marion "Buddy" Childers, Charles "Chuck" Findley, Paul Hubinon, Malcolm McNab, Anthony Terran (t), Charles C. "Charlie" Loper, Richard T. "Dick" Nash, Kenny Shroyer, Phillip Tule, Mike Vlatkovich, Chauncey Welsch (tb), Vincent DeRosa, Alan Robinson, Marilyn Robinson (hrn), John "Tommy" Johnson, Bill Masonheimer (tu), Dennis Budimir, John Pisano, Tommy Tedesco (g, bj), Ray Brown, Joe Mondragon (b), Fred Seykora (b, vc), Unknown (str), Clare Fischer, Dave Grusin, Artie Kane, Michael Lang, Mike Melvoin, Varda Ullman (key), Stephen Paietta (pac), Corky Hale (hrp), Larry Bunker, Gene Estes, John Guerin, Ken Park, Joe Porcaro, Emil Radocchia, aka Richards, Jack Ranelli, Mark Stevens, Alvin Stoller, Kenneth Watson (d, per), Victor Feldman (per), Arnold Belnick, Blanche Belnick, Harry Bluestone aka Blostein, Norman Carr, Harold Dicterow, Assa Drori, Irving Geller, William "Bill" Kurasch, Betty Lamagna, Carl Lamagna, Guy Lumia, Erno Neufeld, Wilbert Nuttycombe, John Pintavalle, Tony Posk, Elliot Rosoff, Bob Sanov, Paul Shure, Richard Sortomme, Mari Tsumura, Gerald Vinci, Shari Zippert (vn), Julien Barber, Allan Harshman, Virginia Majewski, Barbara Thomason (vl), Anne Goodman, Dennis Karmazyn, Jess Levy, Edgar Lustgarten, Jackie Lustgarten (vc), {Head Arrangement} (v), Peggy Lee (v, spk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee (P 15768). The other side contains four songs from the Donna Summer LP Love to Love You Baby. The dating should be deemed likely rather than definitive; the year 1976 is an alternative.


Title: Basic Music Library [6 songs from LP Live In London; also songs from LP Jo + Broadway, by Jo Stafford)
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 17505 - P 17506     Rel. Year: 1977
02:45 March 13, 1977 (6:00 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.) Mastered For Polydor Love For Sale
03:40 March 13, 1977 (6:00 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.) Mastered For Polydor The Folks Who Live On The Hill
03:10 March 13, 1977 (6:00 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.) Mastered For Polydor Make Believe
02:25 March 13, 1977 (6:00 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.) Mastered For Polydor Fever
01:15 March 13, 1977 (6:00 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.) Mastered For Polydor Why Don't You Do Right?
03:52 March 13, 1977 (6:00 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.) Mastered For Polydor Is That All There Is?

Peggy Lee (ldr), Ken Barnes (pdr), Steve Taylor (eng), Richard "Dick" Hazard, Nelson Riddle (arr), Peter Moore, Jack Parnell (con), The Jack Parnell Orchestra (acc), Bob Burns (as), Duncan Lamont, Tommy Whittle (ts), Kenny Baker (t), Richard Edwards, Don Lusher (tb), Tony Fisher (fh), Judd Proctor (g), Unknown (str), Ronnie Price (key), Ronnie Verrell (d), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The Peggy Lee album numbers are on side P 17505. The release year data is an educated guess.



Title: Basic Music Library [7 Songs From LP I'm A Woman; also songs from Tuxedo Junction's Self-Titled LP]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 17423 - P 17424     Rel. Year: 1978
02:10 January 4, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) The Alley Cat Song
02:34 January 2, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Mama's Gone, Goodbye
02:35 January 5, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Come Rain Or Come Shine
02:07 November 14, 1962 (2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Master Take (Capitol) I'm A Woman
02:43 January 5, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) Mack The Knife (Die Moritat Von Mackie Messer)
02:23 January 4, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) I Left My Heart In San Francisco
02:17 January 3, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) A Taste Of Honey

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh, Mike Stoller (pdr, arr), Jerry Leiber (pdr), Benny Carter, Richard "Dick" Hazard (arr, con), Other Individuals Unknown (acc), Paul Horn (r), Justin Gordon (f), Gene Quill (as), Emmanuel "Manny" Klein, Unknown (t), Dave Wells (tb), Al Hendrickson, John Pisano (g), Max K. Bennett (b), Mike Melvoin (p), Stan Levey (d, per), Francisco Aguabella (per), Peggy Lee (v)


Title: Basic Music Library [7 songs from LP Miss Peggy Lee Sings The Songs Of Cy Coleman]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 18765 - P 18766     Rel. Year: 1979
01:55 May 19, 1961 (First of two sessions) Master Take (Capitol) Hey, Look Me Over
03:21 March 31, 1962 Master Take (Capitol) The Best Is Yet To Come
01:59 October 30, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) I've Got Your Number
02:23 December 9, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) Pass Me By
02:06 May 29, 1963 Master Take (Capitol) A Doodlin' Song (Doop Doo-De Oop)
02:24 December 9, 1964 Master Take (Capitol) Then Was Then (And Now Is Now)
02:07 10/27/1965 Master Take (Capitol) Big Spender

Peggy Lee (ldr), Dave Cavanaugh (pdr), John Kraus (eng), Cy Coleman, Quincy Jones (arr, con), Dave Grusin, Shorty Rogers (arr), Max K. Bennett (con, b), Benny Carter (con, as), Bill Holman (con), Lou Levy (con, p), Bill Holman and His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (orc, oc), Justin Gordon (r), Bill Green (as), John "Plas" Johnson, Bill Perkins (ts), Jack Nimitz (bar), Walter "Pete" Candoli, Robert "Bob" Fowler, Conrad Gozzo, Al Porcino, Clarence "Shorty" Sherock, Ray Triscari (t), Milton "Milt" Bernhart, Hoyt Bohannon, Billy Byers, Lewis "Lew" McCreary, Richard T. "Dick" Nash, Kenny Shroyer (tb), Bob Knight (bt), Dennis Budimir, Al Hendrickson (g), James "Jimmy" Rowles (p), Emil Richards, aka Emil Radocchia (vib, per), Stan Levey, Mel Lewis (d), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 18766 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: Basic Music Library [5 songs from LP Close Enough For Love]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 11821 - P 18822     Rel. Year: 1979
04:05 May 30 And 31, 1979 Master Take (DRG) You
03:32 May 30 And 31, 1979 Master Take (DRG) Easy Does It
03:38 May 30 And 31, 1979 Master Take (DRG) Close Enough For Love
03:16 May 30 And 31, 1979 Master Take (DRG) Come In From The Rain
03:16 May 30 And 31, 1979 Master Take (DRG) In The Days Of Our Love

Peggy Lee (ldr), Hugh Fordin (pdr), Tchad Blake, Geoff Howe (eng), Richard "Dick" Hazard (arr, con), Dennis Budimir, John Chiodini, John Pisano (elg), Max K. Bennett (eb), Ian Underwood (elp), John Guerin (d, per), Peggy Lee (v)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 18821 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative. Still further, the catalogue numbers may be wrong in the case of this particular entry.



Title: Basic Music Library [6 songs from album There'll Be Another Spring]
Artist: Peggy Lee
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 26543 - P 26544     Rel. Year: 1990
02:32 November 1, 2, 3, 1989 Master Take (MusicMasters) He's A Tramp
04:16 November 1, 2, 3, 1989 Master Take (MusicMasters) There'll Be Another Spring
03:21 November 1, 2, 3, 1989 Master Take (MusicMasters) Fever
02:30 November 1, 2, 3, 1989 Master Take (MusicMasters) I'll Give It All To You
02:27 November 1, 2, 3, 1989 Master Take (MusicMasters) Things Are Swingin'
02:35 November 1, 2, 3, 1989 Master Take (MusicMasters) The Shining Sea

Peggy Lee (ldr), John Chiodini (pdr, arr, g, elg, bkv), Peggy Lee (pdr, arr, v), John Snyder (pdr), Johnny Mandel (arr), Mike Renzi (arr, con, p), Sanford Allen (con, vn), Jay Leonhart (b), William Galison (hps), Peter Grant (d), Mark Sherman (per), Robert Fuchs, Winterton Garvey, Stanley Hunter, Regis Iandiorio, Louann Montesi, Dale Stuckenbruck (vn), Diane Barere, Melissa Meell (vc)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 26543 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.


Title: [Basic Music Library [5 songs from the Bugsy soundtrack, one of them a Peggy Lee vocal]
Artist: Various
Format: 12" Transcription Disc     Label: Armed Forces Radio Service     Cat. Num.: P 27097 - P 27098     Rel. Year: 1992
02:28 November 19, 1947 Master Take (Capitol) Why Don't You Do Right?

Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Billy May (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (str), Peggy Lee (v), Other Individuals Unknown (unk)

NOTES:
The listed tracks are those found on the side of the disc that features Peggy Lee. A search for details about P 27098 might be attempted in the future, if this discographer's schedule allows for it. Also bear in mind that the dating of this disc (and most other discs from the AFRS Basic Music / Station Library series) is tentative.



Issues Reported: 335