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The Essential: Eartha Kitt


Download links and information about The Essential: Eartha Kitt by Eartha Kitt. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Jazz, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 40 tracks with total duration of 01:52:22 minutes.

Artist: Eartha Kitt
Release date: 2011
Genre: Jazz, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 40
Duration: 01:52:22
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No. Title Length
1. Monotonous 3:47
2. Bal Petit Bal (featuring Robert Clary) 2:58
3. Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore 2:51
4. Two Lovers (With Hugo Winterhalter & His Orchestra) 2:43
5. I Want to Be Evil (Remastered) (featuring Henri René / Henri Rene) 3:30
6. C'est Si Bon 2:57
7. Uska Dara - A Turkish Tale 3:06
8. Avril au Portugal (April In Portugal) 3:25
9. Santa Baby 3:26
10. Under the Bridges of Paris 2:40
11. Let's Do It (From "Paris") 3:05
12. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (From "Roberta") 3:02
13. My Heart Belongs to Daddy (From "Leave It to Me") 3:01
14. Lovin' Spree 2:53
15. Somebody Bad Stole the Wedding Bell (Who's Got the Ding-Dong) 2:46
16. Looking for a Boy 2:59
17. If I Was a Boy 2:43
18. My Daddy Is a Dandy 2:30
19. Hey Jacque 2:37
20. The Heel 2:45
21. The Day the Circus Left Town 3:19
22. Mambo de Paree 2:52
23. Dinner for One Please, James (featuring Henri René / Henri Rene) 2:57
24. Sweet and Gentle (Me Lo Dijo Adela) (featuring Perez Prado And His Orchestra) 2:33
25. Je cherche un homme (I Want a Man) 2:48
26. Just an Old-Fashioned Girl (Remastered) (featuring Henri René / Henri Rene) 2:52
27. Mademoiselle Kitt 2:29
28. Lazy Afternoon (From "the Golden Apple") 2:21
29. Lisbon Antigua 2:14
30. Lullaby of Birdland 2:55
31. Honolulu Rock and Roll 1:49
32. I'm a Funny Dame 2:07
33. A Woman Wouldn't Be a Woman 2:00
34. Toujours gai (From "Shinbone Alley") 2:08
35. Take My Love, Take My Love 2:22
36. Careless Love 3:12
37. The Memphis Blues 3:26
38. Chantez-les bas (Sing 'em Low) 2:52
39. St. Louis Blues 2:46
40. Steal Away (Negro Spiritual) 2:36



With her slinky, alluring stage presence and her wink-in-the-eye purr of a voice, Eartha Kitt was a one-of-a-kind artist and act in the 1950s, an icon who, had she been a young star when the era hit in the '80s, would have made the song video her own: she instinctively understood that the visual and the song go hand in hand in the modern pop world. This two-disc, 40-track set collects the best of her recordings for RCA Victor between 1952 and 1957, including 1952’s sultry “Monotonous,” 1953’s “Santa Baby,” “My Heart Belongs to Daddy” and “I Want to Be Evil,” the haunting “The Day the Circus Left Town,” and the weary, resigned “Dinner for One Please, James” both from 1955, and 1957's “St. Louis Blues,” drawn from the motion picture of the same name that hit movie screens in 1958. Kitt went on to more movie, stage, club, and television work, but the heart of her recorded legacy as a singer is collected here.