Fans of the legendary Peggy Lee will get to take a walk down memory lane with a double CD set entitled "The Best Of Peggy Lee." The journey begins with "Waiting For The Train To Come In," which was her first solo hit single. The following track "I Don't Know Enough About You," was composed by the singer herself with the collaboration of her husband Dave Barbour. The song was recorded back in 1945. A broken heart is the main theme on the top ten hit "It's All Over Now." The mood lightens up with one of Peggy's best-known songs "It's A good Day." The Latin influenced chart topper "Manana (Is Good Enough For Me)" spent numerous weeks at the number 1 spot back in 1948. It was one of the most successful novelty songs ever. The charming ""Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe," features acclaimed artist Frank Sinatra as the Orchestra Conducter. The seductive Grammy nominated "Fever" is also included in this compilation, so is "Big Spender." The second disc is a DVD, which includes 20 tracks with collaborations from the likes of Judy Garland and Bing Crosby. A few bonus features are also featured. A great collector's item to add to your CD collection.