Where Did They Go (album)

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Where Did They Go
Studio album by Peggy Lee
Released 1971
Recorded April 5, 6 & May 11, 1971
Genre Pop
Length 29:56
Label Capitol
Producer Snuff Garrett
Peggy Lee chronology
Make It With You
(1970)Make It With You1970
Where Did They Go
Norma Deloris Egstrom from Jamestown, North Dakota
(1972)Norma Deloris Egstrom from Jamestown, North Dakota1972

Where Did They Go is a 1971 (see 1971 in music) album by Peggy Lee. It was arranged and conducted by Don Sebesky and Al Capps.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Where Did They Go" (Harry Lloyd, Gloria Sklerov) - 3:53
  2. "My Rock and Foundation" (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) - 2:37
  3. "Help Me Make It Through the Night" (Kris Kristofferson) - 2:45
  4. "All I Want" (Steve Clayton [aka P. Tedesco], Gladys Shelley) - 2:40
  5. "I Don't Know How to Love Him" (Tim Rice, Andrew Lloyd Webber) - 3:24
  6. "Goodbye Again" (Donald J. Addrissi, Richard P. Addrissi) - 2:33
  7. "Sing" (Joe Raposo) - 2:25
  8. "I Was Born in Love with You" (Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Michel Legrand) - 4:01
  9. "Losing My Mind" (Stephen Sondheim) - 2:43
  10. "My Sweet Lord" (George Harrison) - 2:55


The recording sessions for this album took place at the Capitol Tower in Hollywood, California.

Where Did They Go was Peggy Lee's first album not to make the Billboard 200 chart since her Grammy-winning hit "Is That All There Is?" in 1969.

Burt Bacharach and Hal David wrote the song "My Rock And Foundation" specifically for Lee.

Capitol Records released "Where Did They Go" (backed by "All I Want") as a 45" single in 1971. The single did not make the charts.

Lee performed songs from this album, including "Where Did They Go" and "My Sweet Lord," during her June 1971 engagement at The Frontier Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.[1]

After completing work on Where Did They Go, Peggy Lee did not return to the recording studio again until nearly a year later, when she began recording Norma Deloris Egstrom from Jamestown, North Dakota in April 1972.

This album was released on 8-track, along with LP.


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