Peggy Lee - Is That All There Is
Peggy Lee - Is That All There Is
Peggy Lee - Is That All There Is
Peggy Lee - Is That All There Is
Peggy Lee - Is That All There Is
Peggy Lee - Is That All There Is
Peggy Lee - Is That All There Is
Peggy Lee - Is That All There Is

Peggy Lee - Is That All There Is

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Peggy Lee - vocals

Arranger, conductor - Randy Newman (A1), Mundell Lowe (A2-3, B4), Bobby Bryant (A4), Benny Carter (A5), Mike Melvoin (B1-2, B5), George Tipton (B3),


    1 LP, standard sleeve

    Limited edition

    Original analog Master tape : YES

    Heavy Press : 180g

    Record color : black

    Speed : 33 RPM

    Size : 12'’



    Record Press : unspecified

    Label : Pure Pleasure

    Original Label : Capitol

    Recorded Jun 8, 1967 – Oct 15, 1969 at Capitol Studios, Hollywood, California

    Produced by David Cavanaugh (A5), Lieber & Stoller (A1, A3), Phil Wright (A2, A4, B1-5)

    Originally released in 1969

    Reissued in 2012



    Side A:

    1. Is That All There Is? (Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller)
    2. Love Story (Randy Newman)
    3. Me and My Shadow (Al Jolson, Billy Rose, Dave Dreyer)
    4. My Old Flame (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
    5. I'm a Woman (Leiber, Stoller)

    Side B:

    1. Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show (Neil Diamond)
    2. Something (George Harrison)
    3. Whistle for Happiness (Leiber, Stoller)
    4. Johnny / Linda (Newman)
    5. Don't Smoke in Bed (Willard Robison)



    Michael Fremer's 100 Recommended All-Analog LP Reissues Worth Owning - Rated 46/100

    In 1995, Nancy Wilson was given the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.



    “When Peggy Lee became well-known in the 1940s, swing and jazz-influenced pop dominated the musical landscape. In the 1960s, however, it was a whole new world in popular music. The British Invasion and Motown -- not big bands -- were mainstream, and to the Baby Boomer youths of the 1960s, Lee was part of "our parents' music." But the singer had a major hit with 1969's Is That All There Is?, one of the best-selling albums of her career. While this isn't a rock album per se -- Lee's foundation was still jazz-influenced pop -- it acknowledges pop-rock tastes of the 1960s without being unfaithful to her history. Everything on this LP is a gem, and that includes a moody remake of Lee's 1940s hit "Don't Smoke in Bed" as well as classic arrangements of George Harrison's "Something," Neil Diamond's "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show," Leiber & Stoller's "I'm a Woman," and Randy Newman's "Love Story." The LP's centerpiece, however, is Newman's hit arrangement of Leiber & Stoller's title song, which was covered by P.J. Harvey in the 1990s. Influenced by German cabaret, this half-spoken, half-sung treasure is as hauntingly soulful as it is maudlin. The song's outlook is far from optimistic; essentially, it's saying that we might as well grab our moments of pleasure and enjoyment where we can find them because ultimately, life is nothing more than a meaningless series of disappointments. But there's nothing disappointing about Is That All There Is?, an LP that is most certainly among Lee's finest accomplishments.” AllMusic Review by Alex Henderson


    Ratings :

    AllMusic : 4.5 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.04 / 5

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