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Black Coffee, Peggy Lee's 1956 album smash for Decca (she left Capitol in 1952 over creative and artistic differences), presents her in an intimate setting with a top-notch jazz quartet in place of her usual studio orchestra. This smaller combination, including trumpeter Pete Candoli and pianist Jimmy Rowles (two of her favorite sidemen), works to perfection, especially on sultry takes on “It Ain’t Necessarily So”, “Gee, Baby Ain’t I Good To You” and the title track. Verve’s Acoustic Sounds Series features transfers from analog tapes and remastered 180-gram vinyl in deluxe gatefold packaging.
A1. Black Coffee A2. I've Got You Under My Skin A3. Easy Living A4. My Heart Belongs To Daddy A5. It Ain't Necessarily So A6. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You B1. A Woman Alone With The Blues B2. I Didn't KNow What Time It Was B3. (Ah, the Apple Trees) When The World Was Young B4. Love Me Or Leave Me B5. You're My Thrill B6. There's A Small Hotel