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  • Peggy Lee Is One of the Greatest Pop Vocalists of All Time

  • During the ‘50s, She Was a Regular on the Radio Airwaves, Particularly on Her Own Show Which Aired over the CBS Network and the Armed Forces Radio Service

  • However, Unlike Many of Her Peers, Peggy Has Never Enjoyed a Legitimate Retrospective of Her Radio Appearances

  • At Last—The Lost Radio Recordings Captures Peggy at Her Early-to-Mid-‘50s Peak, Performing 44 Songs She Never Recorded Commercially

  • Includes Popular Standards, Novelty Numbers, and Songs Made Famous by Such Contemporaries as Doris Day, Rosemary Clooney, Dinah Shore, Jo Stafford, Kay Starr and Margaret Whiting

  • Musical Direction by Sonny Burke and Russ Case

  • Superior Sound on Recordings Licensed from the Peggy Lee Estate and Remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision

  • Liner Notes by David Torresen, Long-Time Editor of, Her Official Website

  • Includes Photos from the Family Archives

  • Almost All of the Performances Have Not Been Heard Since They First Aired over the Radio Some 50 Years Ago

  • A Major, Historic Addition to the Peggy Lee Discography and Legacy 


    PEGGY LEE: At Last—The Lost Radio Recordings (2-CD Set)

    As one of the greatest and most popular female pop singers working during radio’s Golden Age, Peggy Lee made her share of appearances on the dial, particularly on her own radio show that, starting in 1951, was broadcast over the CBS network and the Armed Forces Radio Service. But, unlike many of her contemporaries who have had their on-air performances compiled into collections both legitimate and not, Peggy has never really enjoyed a proper retrospective of her radio appearances…until now! The 44 tracks on At Last—The Lost Radio Recordings consists ENTIRELY of songs Peggy never recorded commercially, ranging from popular standards to novelty numbers to songs popularized by such esteemed peers as Doris Day, Rosemary Clooney, Dinah Shore, Jo Stafford, Kay Starr and Margaret Whiting, with musical direction by Sonny Burke in Los Angeles and Russ Case in New York. Most of these recordings haven’t been heard since they were originally broadcast, and as this is the first-ever collection of its kind licensed directly from the Peggy Lee estate, this 2-CD set offers superior sound with remastering by Mike Milchner at SonicVision, rarely-seen photos, and expert liner notes by David Torresen, long-time editor of, her official website. Many folks feel that Peggy never sang as well as she did in the early and mid-1950s; her maturity (in her thirties) and confidence had fully blossomed, her phrasing perfected and the timbre of her voice was pure gossamer. Listening to her interpret this new material is a revelation—an absolute must-have and a major, historic addition to the Peggy Lee discography and legacy!



    1. Peggy Lee Radio Show Opening

    2. It’s a Most Unusual Day

    3. I’ll See You In My Dreams

    4. Getting to Know You

    5. Cry

    6. You Belong to Me

    7. It Takes Two To Tango

    8. Solitaire

    9. Did Anyone Call?

    10. Please Mr. Sun

    11. The Wheel of Fortune

    12. Life Is a Beautiful Thing

    13. Somewhere Along The Way

    14. And So To Sleep Again


    16. Everything Happens To Me

    17. A Kiss To Build A Dream On

    18. Botch-A-Me

    19. My Darling, My Darling

    20. Just One More Chance

    21. Since My Love Has Gone

    22. Zing a Little Zong

    23. Skylark


    1. I Got Rhythm

    2. Pretty –Eyed Baby

    3. Ole Buttermilk Sky

    4. The Little White Cloud That Cried

    5. When I Fall In Love

    6. Come What May

    7. Johnny One-Note

    8. Singin’ in the Rain

    9. Come On-A My House

    10. Here In My Heart

    11. Danny Boy

    12. Half As Much

    13. Go, Go, Go

    14. I’ll Never Smile Again

    15. After All, It’s Spring

    16. Trust In Me 

    17. Blacksmith Blues

    18. Domino

    19. Heigh Ho (It’s Off to Work We Go)

    20. Oh Dear, What Can The Matter Be

    21. I’m Gonna Live Till I Die

    22. At Last

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