Songs from Pete Kelly's Blues is a 1955 (see 1955 in music) soundtrack album by Peggy Lee featuring tracks by Ella Fitzgerald, and several jazz instrumentals.
It is the soundtrack to the 1955 film Pete Kelly's Blues, which starred Lee and Fitzgerald.
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