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(early 1990s) TV commercial: Diet Pepsi

(1988-89) TV commercials (voiceovers, w/The Temptations): California Raisins

(????) Music video: Appeared in Quincy Jones video "I'll Be Good To You"

(2001) TV commercial: Washington (DC) lottery

(2003) TV commercial: Georgia state lottery

(1976) Print ads: Craig Powerplay Car Stereo systems.

(1985-86) Print ads: Pioneer's LaserDisc video system

(early 1990s) TV commercial (Japan only): Honda autos

(2002) Radio commercial: for milk ad campaign, singing and piano playing

(1962) Album: "Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music" (Atlantic).

(????) Album: "Genius+Soul=Jazz" (Impulse! Records)

(1983) Stage: Vocal arranger for "Peg" on Broadway. A Musical Autobiography. Book / new lyrics by Peggy Lee. New music by Paul Horner. Musical Director: Larry Fallon. Music orchestrated by Artie Butler, Larry Fallon [final Broadway credit], Dominic Frontiere, Bill Holman, Gordon Jenkins, Philip J. Lang, Johnny Mandel, Billy May, Leon Pendarvis, Don Sebesky, Larry Wilcox and Torrie Zito. Featuring "Fever" by Johnny Davenport and Eddie Cooley. Featuring "Goody, Goody" by Johnny Mercer and Matty Malneck. Featuring "Why Don't You Do Right?" by Joe McCoy. Featuring "I Don't Know Enough About You" and "It's A Good Day" by Dave Barbour. Featuring "Stay Away From Louisville Lou" by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager. Featuring "Lover" by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Featuring "Big Spender" by Dorothy Fields and Cy Coleman. Featuring "Is That All There Is?" by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. Scenic Design by Tom H. John. Costume Design by Florence Klotz. Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton. Sound Design by Jan Nebozenko. Sound Consultant: Phil Ramone. Directed by Robert Drivas. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre: 14 Dec 1983-17 Dec 1983 (5 performances + 13 previews that began on 1 Dec 1983). Cast: Peggy Lee (as "Herself"; Broadway debut), Mary Sue Berry (as "Soprano I" / "Back-up Singer"), Steve Clayton (as "Tenor" / "Back-up Singer"), Doris Eugenio (as "Soprano II" / "Back-up Singer"), Rose Marie Jun (as "Alto" / "Back-up Singer"), Brian Quinn (as "Tenor" / "Back-up Singer"), David Vogel (as "Baritone" / "Back-up Singer"). Swings: D. Michael Heath, Ellen McLain. Produced by Zev Bufman, Marge Cowan, Irv Cowan and Georgia Frontiere.

Finian's Rainbow (1947). Musical comedy.

(1960) Single: "See See Rider" / "I Used To Be So Happy" (Baronet Records).

(????) CD: "The Birth of Soul" (Atlantic).


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