Eartha Kitt: Collection

Eartha Kitt: Collection
Title: Collection
Label: Music on CD

2018 EU collection contains two classic albums from the sixties: 1962's The Romantic Eartha and 1965's Love For Sale with Tony Osbourne and his orchestra. These were the last studio albums for the South Carolina born Eartha Kitt in the sixties, due to her political statements against the Vietnam War. Famous Cole Porter tunes such as "I've Got You Under My Skin" and "Love For Sale" from the 1930 Broadway musical The New Yorkers are included. There's Jobim's "Girl From Ipanema" and the Kurt Weill classics "September Song" and "Speak Low". The collection are two great albums by the woman once called the "Most exciting woman in the world" by Orson Welles.

1.1 Moon River
1.2 Love for Sale
1.3 C'est Magnifique
1.4 The Girl from Ipanema
1.5 Autumn Leaves
1.6 Solitude
1.7 Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Joe
1.8 Love
1.9 Guess Who I Saw Today?
1.10 I Wish You Love
1.11 In the Still of the Night
1.12 I've Got You Under My Skin
1.13 Wonderful Illusionsdarling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup
1.14 The Last Time I Saw Paris
1.15 (Ah the Apple Trees) When the World Was Young
1.16 Mirage
1.17 Easy to Love
1.18 Speak Low
1.19 You'll Never Know
1.20 Chez Moi
1.21 September Song
1.22 Too Close for Comfort
1.23 My Man

Eartha Kitt: Collection

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