is a 1959 album by Jump for Joy Peggy Lee, arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle. [2 ]
The title track was originally written for a progressive 1941 revue, featuring the
Ellington band, which tried to break down racial stereotypes. The rest of the selections are popular standards of the period.
Track listing [ edit ]
"Jump for Joy" (
Duke Ellington, Sid Kuller, Paul Francis Webster) - 2:07 "
Back in Your Own Backyard" ( Dave Dreyer, Al Jolson, Billy Rose) - 2:26 "
When My Sugar Walks Down the Street" ( Gene Austin, Jimmy McHugh, Irving Mills) - 1:58 "
I Hear Music" ( Burton Lane, Frank Loesser) - 2:07 "
Just in Time" ( Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Jule Styne) - 2:50 "
Old Devil Moon" ( Yip Harburg, Burton Lane) - 2:58 "
What a Little Moonlight Can Do" ( Harry M. Woods) - 2:41 "Four or Five Times" (
Byron Gay, Marco H. Hellman) - 2:33 "
Music! Music! Music!" ( Bernie Baum, Stephen Weiss) - 2:30 "
Cheek to Cheek" ( Irving Berlin) - 2:37 "
Glory of Love" ( Billy Hill) - 2:37 "
Ain't We Got Fun?" ( Richard A. Whiting, Gus Kahn, Raymond B. Egan) - 2:12
Personnel [ edit ]
References [ edit ]