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She's So Good
Genres: Pop, Classical, Broadway & Vocalists
Living Era?s She?s So Good Sums Up the Best of Eartha Kitt from 1952 to 1955. The 25 Songs Include the Three Forever Associated with her that She Introduced in her Breakthrough Performances in New Faces on Stage and Film: ... more »
Living Era?s She?s So Good Sums Up the Best of Eartha Kitt from 1952 to 1955. The 25 Songs Include the Three Forever Associated with her that She Introduced in her Breakthrough Performances in New Faces on Stage and Film: Monotonous, C?est Si Bon and Santa Baby. As Befits Such an Accomplished Paris-trained Nightclub Entertainer, her Repertoire is Colourfully International; She Sings Songs in French (Her Top Ten Hit under the Bridges of Paris . . .), Spanish (Angelitis Negros . . .), Swahili (African Lullaby) and Turkish (Uska Dara)! There is also Tea in Chicago, the Great Song She Sang When Starring in the 1954 Stage Production Mrs. Patterson. The Programme is Full of Such Characteristic Eartha Kitt Numbers as Let?s Do It, I Want to Be Evil, My Heart Belongs to Daddy and Lilac Wine (Recently Revived by Katie Melua).
Why no Ratings? These were her ****ORIGINAL**** Recordings
stedy | NorthEast | 10/10/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have her purrfect album, and if you look at the tracks, it may appear as if some of the tracks overlap with this album. Seeing that there are 25 songs on here for less than a few dollars, I bought this anyway. Boy was I very glad to discover that, as I suspected, these song versions are DIFFERENT ! Yes, C'est Si Bon is different, Lilac Wine, I Want to be Evil, Uksa Dara, "