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I Didnt Know What Time It Was - Peggy Lee - Black Coffee (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Jan 02,  · I Didn't Know What Time It Was Lyrics By – Lorenz Hart Music By – Richard Rodgers: B3: When The World Was Young Lyrics By – M Philippe-Gerard* Music By – Johnny Mercer: B4: Love Me Or Leave Me Lyrics By – Gus Kahn Music By – Walter Donaldson: B5: You're My Thrill Lyrics By – Sidney Clare Music By – Jay Gorney: B6: There's A /5(10).
  2. Peggy Lee. From the Album Black Coffee January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating. Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. I Didn't Know What Time It Was. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Sold by erarplutevinec.safftitinadibnoedrumemimpherweistav.co Services LLC. Additional taxes may 5/5(1).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Black Coffee With Peggy Lee on Discogs. Label: Decca - DL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Easy Listening, Vocal/5(12).
  4. Oct 09,  · The original UK pressing of this was a 10" LP & omited the tracks A5, A6, B5 & B6. Released on Brunswick Records (LA ) August , with a different sleeve to this depicting a cup of black coffee!/5().
  5. I Didn't Know What Time It Was: B1: Black Coffee: B2: Guess I'll Go Back Home: B3: Mr. Wonderful: B4: Love Me Or Leave Me: B5: I've Got You Under My Skin: B6: Something I Dreamed Last Night: B7: There's A Small Hotel.
  6. Album over 6 millon songs Katy Perry Black Coffee / Sea Shells. Peggy Lee. Year: Peggy Lee - Black Coffee - Peggy Lee - Ive Got You Under My Skin - Peggy Lee - Easy Living - Peggy Lee - My Heart Belongs to Daddy - Peggy Lee - A Woman Alone With the Blues - Peggy Lee - I Didnt Know What Time It Was - Peggy.
  7. I Didn't Know What Time it Was - Peggy Lee. Heard on the album "Black Coffee" which was released in ten-inch format in Recorded in in April and May of the same year in New York City. The music originally written by Richard Rodgers.
  8. While the title-track opener of Black Coffee soon separated itself from the LP -- to be taught forever after during the first period of any Torch Song class -- the album doesn't keep to its concept very long; Lee is soon enough in a bouncy mood for "I've Got You Under My Skin" and very affectionate on "Easy Living." (If there's a concept at.