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In Love Again/In the Name of Love Import, Original recording remastered

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Audio CD, Import, Original recording remastered, June 7, 1999
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This Remastered Twofer Reissue Finds Her In Fine Form On These 1964 & 1964 Releases.

1. A Lot Of Livin To Do
2. I've Got Your Number
3. Little By Little
4. Got That Magic
5. The Moment Of Truth
6. That's My Stlye
7. I Can't Stop Loving You
8. Unforgettable
9. Once (Iis S'aimaient)
10. (I'm) In Love Again
11. I Got Lost In His Arms
12. How Insensitive (Insensatez)
13. In The Name Of Love
14. My Sin
15. The Boy From Ipanema
16. Shangri-La
17. Talk To Me Baby
18. There'ss Be Some Changes Made
19. After You've Gone
20. The Right To Love (Reflections)
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 7, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: EMI Import
  • ASIN: B00000J7L4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #333,200 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Matthew G. Sherwin HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 21, 2008
Format: Audio CD
In Love Again/In the Name of Love gives us all the tracks from two of Peggy Lee's record albums entitled Miss Peggy Lee--In Love Again and In The Name Of Love. The artwork is beautiful and I really appreciate the miniature reproductions of the record album artwork. The quality of the sound is excellent.

"A Lot Of Living To Do" features a more mature Peggy Lee singing her heart out--this energetic song with a rockin' 60s beat works well because Peggy really could get into it! Peggy handles this effortlessly and I am amazed at how deftly she could change from classic pop vocals to a more rocking tune. "Little By Little" features Peggy front and center and she delivers "Little By Little" very well; I love the strings, percussion and drums on "Little By Little." There's also "That's My Style." "That's My Style sounds more like the traditional pop vocal Peggy was more accustomed to performing and she never sings a superfluous note!

"I Can't Stop Loving You" gives us Peggy singing a song made so famous by the great Ray Charles; she puts her own stamp on this tune with her excellent timing and diction. "Unforgettable" also sparkles like gold when Peggy delivers this in her most romantic voice; Peggy Lee makes "Unforgettable" every bit as good as when Nat King Cole sang it! "How Insensitive" became popular in the 1960s; and Peggy handles this hit with grace and style. The Latin flavored arrangement enhances the natural beauty of this song even if it is about a love affair that's over.

"The Boy From Ipanema" is changed from "The Girl From Ipanema;" listen for Peggy singing this with style and a certain elegance I rarely hear and enjoy. Peggy's excellent diction helps her to make this number striking and I predict you'll enjoy "The Boy From Ipanema.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Peter Durward Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on August 2, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Peggy Lee's style is not to everybody's liking, and I will admit that it took a while to grow on me, but I've now got over twenty of her CD's, most of them twofers or doubles, so I'm firmly committed now. This album, which I'm surprised to see has no previous review posted, is a great (but not the absolute best) example of Peggy's music.
This set contains a mix of songs that is typical of Peggy's repertoire, including songs from the Great American Songbook (on this set, generally not the well known ones) and more contemporary songs. The album opens with the upbeat A lot of livin' to do. There is a well-balanced mix of uptempo songs and ballads, all of which Peggy sings extremely well, including great covers of Unforgettable and The boy from Ipanema.
To understand what Peggy Lee does to a song, just listen to her exquisite version of I can't stop loving you. This classic was written by country singer Don Gibson and was a country hit for him. More famously, it was covered by Ray Charles, who had a #1 hit in both Britain and America with it. I've heard many versions, male and female, but Peggy stamps her own identity on it, slowing it down and sounding very seductive. Of all the singers who ever covered this song, Peggy is the one who most deserves to get her partner back, based on the way she sings the song.
Although still available at the time of this review, I think it may actually be out of print - it's listed as Limited Availability at Amazon UK - so to be sure of getting your copy, buy while stocks are still available.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Darryl Geddes on April 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Peggy Lee shows all sides of her wonderful talent. Sly, seductive, swinging and sassy. Highlight is "I've Got Your Number." Lee proves in this twofer that she's the swingest sassiest singer around.
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The album has a good mix of jazz, bossa nova and orchestral pieces. Peggy Lee never fail to adapt her voice to any rhythm. "That's My Style" is good example of her versatility. "How Insensitive" gives some variation in bossa nova beat. "Unforgettable" with the orchestral backing of Max Bennett did justice to her classy voice. If you love jazz with old numbers or feeling, I would recommend this album. As the original recordings were done in 1964 just tweak slightly your tone controls on your amplifier to bring out the tonal brilliance.
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