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Kate Dimbleby-Geoff Eales Trio: Ain't This Cosy

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If imitation is the highest form of flattery, then the ears of the inestimable Peggy Lee must be ringing. Kate Dimbleby's effort is at least the fourth tribute album honoring Ms Lee in the last few years. There was Jeanie Bryson's, followed by Connie Evingson's. Then Mosaic Records issued the complete Capitol Record transcriptions of Peggy Lee in a box set shared with June Christie. The idea for this latest “let's honor Peggy" CD was spawned by a one-act biographical ...