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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

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Sunday, January 17, 2021 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Eartha Kitt C'est Si Bon That Bad Eartha BMG Happy Birthday Eartha Kitt! rec. 1953
Eartha Kitt Monotonous Miss Kitt to You RCA rec. 1952 this was her breakout hit when she sang it in New Faces of 1952
Eartha Kitt I Want to Be Evil That Bad Eartha BMG rec. 1953
Eartha Kitt Uska Dara Legendary BMG rec. 1953 yes, she is singing in Turkish. Kitt spoke 4 languages (English, French, German, Dutch) and sang in 11
Eartha Kitt Angelitos Negros That Bad Eartha BMG rec. 1953 sung in Spanish
Eartha Kitt Avril Au Portugal That Bad Eartha BMG rec. 1953 sung in French. Kitt lived in France in the early 50s and learned to speak French there. Before breaking out in the US she became a stage star in Paris when she was cast by Orson Welles in his production of Faust
Eartha Kitt Santa Baby Legendary BMG rec. 1953 to this day this is one of Kitt's biggest hits
Eartha Kitt My Heart Belongs to Daddy That Bad Eartha BMG rec. 1953
Eartha Kitt Lovin' Spree Legendary BMG rec. 1954
Eartha Kitt Somebody Bad Stole De Wedding Bells Legendary BMG rec. 1954
Eartha Kitt Smoke Gets In Your Eyes That Bad Eartha BMG rec. 1954
Eartha Kitt Let's Do It That Bad Eartha BMG rec. 1954
Eartha Kitt Mink, Shmink Legendary BMG rec. 1954
Eartha Kitt o/ Perez Prado Sweet and Gentle (Me Lo Dijo Adela) The Essential Eartha Kitt BMG rec. 1955
Eartha Kitt Looking for a Boy Down to Eartha RCA Victor rec. 1955
Eartha Kitt Under the Bridges of Paris That Bad Eartha BMG rec. 1955
Eartha Kitt Mambo De Paree Legendary BMG rec. 1955
Eartha Kitt The Heel Head Over High Hells Trikont rec. 1955
Eartha Kitt Rosenkyssar 50 tals klassiker i våra hjärtan PCA rec. 1956
Eartha Kitt Je Cherche Un Homme Miss Kitt to You RCA rec. 1956
Eartha Kitt Mademoiselle Kitt Miss Kitt to You RCA rec. 1956
Eartha Kitt A Woman Wouldn't Be a Woman Legendary BMG rec. 1957
Eartha Kitt Just an Old Fashioned Girl Miss Kitt to You RCA rec. 1957
Eartha Kitt & Nat King Cole Careless Love St. Louis Blues OST Paramount clip from 1958 movie about W.C. Handy
Eartha Kitt Chantez Les-Bas (Sing 'Em Low) Legendary BMG rec. 1958
Eartha Kitt I've Got That Loving Bug Itch Down to Eartha RCA Victor rec. 1958
Eartha Kitt Sholem The Best of Eartha Kitt rec. 1959 this is the traditional Hebrew song "Hevenu Shalom Aleichem"
Eartha Kitt Rahadlakam TV appearance rec. 1978 this was her showcase number from Timbuktu, her return to Broadway after 10 years of working overseas because she couldn't get work in the US after criticizing the Vietnam War
Eartha Kitt Compromise All By Myself: The Eartha Kitt Story 1982 film directed by Christian Blackwood
Eartha Kitt Where Is My Man Where Is My Man rec. 1982 this was her first gold record & revived her career as a pop star
Eartha Kitt & Bronski Beat Cha Cha Heels Legendary BMG rec. 1984 this song was originally written for Divine
Eartha Kitt Snuff Out the Light (Yzma's Song) The Emperor's New Groove OST Walt Disney Records rec. 2000 in the last 2 decades of her life Kitt did a lot of voiceover work
Eartha Kitt I'm Still Here Live at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival Cherry Red Records rec. 2008 this song became a signature song for Kitt after she sang it in the Stephen Sondheim show FOLLIES in London. This performance was recorded just a few months before she died in 2008
Eartha Kitt I Will Survive Legendary BMG