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1. Moon River - Lee Wiley
2. When I Fall in Love - Lee Wiley
3. You're Lucky to Me - Lee Wiley
4. A Woman's Intuition - Lee Wiley
5. I'll Be Home - Lee Wiley
6. A Love Like This - Lee Wiley
7. A Sleeping Bee - Lee Wiley
8. Indiana - Lee Wiley
9. Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year - Lee Wiley
10. I'm Coming, Virginia - Lee Wiley
11. If I Love Again - Lee Wiley
12. Any Time, Any Day, Anywhere - Lee Wiley
13. When I Leave the World Behind - Joe Bushkin
14. Why Shouldn't I? - Joe Bushkin
15. The Lonesome Road - Joe Bushkin
16. Some Day, You'll Be Sorry - Joe Bushkin
17. I Left My Heart in San Francisco - Joe Bushkin
18. Indiana - Joe Bushkin
19. When I Leave the World Behind - Joe Bushkin
20. When I Leave the World Behind - Joe Bushkin
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Lee Later 15 July 2000
By Harry Chandless - Published on Amazon.com
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One of the greatest and most underated jazz singers, Lee Wiley is presented on this CD as an older, more mature singer. Perhaps there is not the same verve or timbre in her voice, but her great timing and feel for the song is evident. Track 3 and track 19 are worth the price of this CD, alone. On the first, she sings a song that should be a classic melody: "You're Lucky To Me". But this version is a slower pace than she usually sang, such as with Eddie Condon's groups at the Town Hall Jazz Concerts in 1944. It has a memorable flavor. On track 19, which is one of the unique cuts on this CD which leave in re-takes and comments on some recordings, and Lee, who had been very ill and passed away a few years later, can be heard saying that she didn't like singing it because it depressed her. This is not only good music, it is history. There have been many imitators of Lee, but none did it quite like she did.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A fine farewell 22 July 2012
By Sasha - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I'm so sick and tired of people writing about artists over 40 being "past their prime" - you won't find any reference to this album without people expressing their opinion that Lee Wiley was fine but "past her prime" - well this is how she always sounded. Check her music from 1930s onwards and she always was this husky, seductive siren who didn't have much of the voice but clearly projected sophistication and night club singer's world-weariness - perhaps "cabaret singer" would describe her the best. If you had ever heard Lee Wiley before, you would notice how similar she was to Peggy Lee (whom she preceded chronologically) there always was intimate feeling of after-hours late night music about her and she carefully selected her repertoire to suit this limited but effective voice. Wiley was never a belter - she always crooned and whispered to listener's ear making this somehow unforgettable experience and no wonder so many people were seriously obsessed with her.

For her very last studio album she re-visits some old american songbook chestnuts ("Moon River", "A Sleeping Bee") and sing few other old favorites with Dixieland backing ("You're Lucky To Me") gently crooning and swinging as always. When it comes to this "past her prime" phenomenon, well 1971 studio recording shows more closely cracks in her pipes than recordings from five decades ago. Yes, she was in her 60s but it's nothing compared to lots of today's rock stars who are still working full time and they are much older,big deal. On the CD re-issue there is a beautiful song not released originally and its called "When I Leave The World Behind" - obviously Lee Wiley couldn't possibly know this would be her last recording but its a perfect end of a career, really beautiful and haunting lyrics.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
In Fine Voice 6 May 2015
By Lawrence L. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I agree with Sasha. This is a wonderful album of songs all beautifully sung by a great
artist. So glad that she recorded this album. I had thought that her two RCA albums
from the late 1950s were her last. She is in good form here. The musical backings,
performed by masters of the genre, are top notch.
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