CD Duration (Combined): 2 Hours 30 Minutes / Year: 2018
At his custom built Hammond organ. “A representation of his live show and the Afterglow”.
Two and a half hours of his first stereo recordings from the 1950s.
Tracks taken from FIVE LPs (See Below for Details).
DISC ONE – THE SHOW:
Bye Bye Blues
Darktown Strutters Ball
When I Lost You
Heart Of My Heart
In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town
Girl Of My Dreams
It Had To Be You
When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbing Along
Down By The Old Mill Stream
That Old Gang Of Mine
Chicken In The Rough
Ace In The Hole
I Never Knew
Around The World
After You’ve Gone
Never On A Sunday
Lover Come Back To Me
I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now
Our Love Is Here To Stay
What Can I Say?
Blues In The Night
The Saints Rock ’n’ Roll.
DISC TWO – THE AFTERGLOW:
Over The Rainbow
It’s All In The Game
Tea For Two Cha Cha
I Never Knew
I’m Through With Love
Who’s Sorry Now
There Goes My Heart
I Got It Bad
At The End Of The Rainbow
After The Ball
I’m A Dreamer
Everybody Loves A Lover
Baubles Bangles And Beads
The LPs used in this set are as follows.
Note: Five tracks have been dropped due to the maximum running time of CD discs.
There are three missing from “In Hollywood” and two from “The Lenny Dee Show”:
Mellow-DEE (Decca DL 78796).
Released in 1958 (Complete LP).
Lenny Dee Organ Solos with Drums. His first album recorded in Stereo.
Lenny Dee Plays the Hits (Decca DL 78857).
Released in 1959 (Complete LP).
The Lenny Dee Show (Decca DL 78913).
Released in 1959 (Two tracks not included in this set).
Lenny Dee with the Anita Kerr Singers. Organ with Rhythm Accompaniment.
Songs Everybody Knows (Decca DL 78978).
Released 1960 (Complete LP).
Lenny Dee Plays the Organ.
Lenny Dee In Hollywood (Decca DL 74315).
Released 1961 (Three tracks not included).
Organ Solos with Orchestra.
The MISSING Tracks are:
Colonel Bogey March (Was on the “Lenny Dee In Hollywood” LP).
Moon Glow, and Theme From Picnic (as on the “Lenny Dee In Hollywood” LP).
Brazil (as on the “Lenny Dee In Hollywood”).
Plantation Boogie #2 (Was on “The Lenny Dee Show” LP).
Peter Gunn (Was on “The Lenny Dee Show” LP).
Thanks to Alan Ashton for the information.