“Is That All There Is” Performed by Peggy Lee (1969)

February 8, 2010

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.

I loved Peggy Lee singing her signature cover song  “Fever” in the Fifties  (another of my Barbie doll’s favorites to sing in a night club – LOL) and her her songs from Disney’s 1955 American film “Lady & The Tramp” Soundtrack!

But her only Grammy win was The Grammy for  the 1969 Best Contemporary Vocal Performance, Female that went to   “Is That All There Is.”  The arrangement makes me think of  the musical “Cabaret”!

This Lieber and Stoller penned classic  charted #1 Adult Contemporary and #11 on the Billboard T op 100. This was Peggy’s (born Norma Deloris Egstrom)  last number one hit.

Is That All There Is  (partial)

And here are two of my faves from “Lady & The Tramp.” Actually I have never seen the movie all of the way through or if I did as a child I don’t recall the plot. I only remember these awesome songs! What about you? Do you recall the plot?

He’s A Tramp – This should have been a number one pop hit IMHO. Yo go girl ;-)

The Siamese Cat Song

Lear More about Peggy at this site.

Musically Yours,

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Filed under:Capitol Records,Fabulous Female Vocalists,Grammy Gold,Is That All There Is,Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller,Peggy Lee,Pop,Pop/Jazz,Sixties

{ 0 comments… add one now }

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: