Peggy Lee - Johnny Guitar / I didn`t know what time it was album
Heard on the album "Black Coffee" which was released in ten-inch format in 1953. Recorded in in April and May of the same year in New York City.
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Watch the video for I Didn't Know What Time It Was from Peggy Lee's Black Coffee for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Peggy Lee (26 May 1920 – 21 Jan 2002), was an American Grammy Award-winning jazz/popular music singer-songwriter and Academy Award-nominated actress. She was born Norma Deloris Egstrom in Jamestown, North Dakota. View full artist profile.
I Didn't Know What Time It Was" is a popular song composed by Richard Rodgers with lyrics by Lorenz Hart for the musical Too Many Girls (1939). Early hit versions were recorded by Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw. The Crampton Sisters 1964 revival for the DCP label was a Hot 100 entry. The song was introduced by Richard Kollmar and Marcy Westcott in the musical Too Many Girls
Johnny Guitar Lyrics: Play the guitar, play it again, my Johnny, Maybe you're cold but you're so warm inside, I was always a fool for my Johnny, For the one they call Johnny Guitar, Play it again. Album Radio New Vegas Soundtrack. Johnny Guitar Lyrics. Play the guitar, play it again, my Johnny Maybe you're cold but you're so warm inside I was always a fool for my Johnny For the one they call Johnny Guitar Play it again, Johnny Guitar. What if you go, what if you stay, I love you But if you're cruel, you can be kind, I know There was never a man like my Johnny Like the one they call Johnny Guitar. There was never a man like my Johnny Like the one they call Johnny Guitar Play it again, Johnny Guitar. About Johnny Guitar.
About Johnny Guitar lyrics. Album The Fabulous Peggy Lee (1963). by Peggy Lee. Label Decca. Songwriters: ETTORE CARRERA, PEGGY LEE, MARIO PANZERI, VICTOR POPULAR YOUNG.
Peggy Lee. I Didn't Know What Time It Was. Written-By – Hart, Rodgers. 20. –Peggy Lee. Love Me Or Leave Me. Written-By – Kahn, Donaldson.
All songs from Karaoke in the Style of Peggy Lee, Vol. 2. Other albums. Peggy Lee - Johnny Guitar 03:01 Peggy Lee, Vol. 1. Peggy Lee - Johnny Guitar 03:00 Thrilled Number Ones. Peggy Lee, Victor Young and His Singing Strings - Johnny Guitar 03:00 Under My Skin. Peggy Lee - Johnny Guitar (From "Johnny Guitar") 03:02 BD Music & Séra Present Rita Hayworth. Peggy Lee - Johnny Guitar (From "Johnny Guitar") 03:00 BD Music Presents BD Ciné. Peggy Lee, Victor Young Orchestra - Johnny Guitar 02:59 Fallout 76 - The Best Of Fallout Radio
Peggy Lee: Singer, Songwriter. Today, it is almost the norm for singers to write their own songs, but in the 1940s when there was a proliferation of music coming out of Tin Pan Alley, Broadway and Hollywood, it was not. Not until Peggy Lee, who was the first famous singer-songwriter. She began writing songs in earnest with her husband, guitarist Dave Barbour. Lady and the Tramp followed in 1955 - Peggy's first complete score for a movie. That same year she was nominated for an Academy Award for her performance in Pete Kelly's Blues, and an Emmy for best female singer on television.