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Eartha Kitt's 1994 album, Back in Business, is a solid collection of jazzy, confident songs recorded with a live band. The title track declares her return, and the rest of the record fulfills the declaration, "Let the good times roll!" The good times are all of a slowed-down, torch song nature, however, unlike the up-tempo "Back in Business." Standouts "Let's Misbehave," "Solitude," and "Speak Low" recreate a smoky supper club especially well. This Grammy-nominated album is a good short set.


Born: 17 January 1927 in Columbia, SC

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Eartha Kitt epitomized the idea of the sex-kitten chanteuse, rising to fame with a nightclub act centered on her slinky stage presence and her throaty purr of a voice. As much as she enjoyed vamping it up, she also projected the image of an exotic international sophisticate, especially since she sang in several different languages. She brought a definite zest to her torch songs, and favored lyrics that painted her as the Material Girl of her time. Kitt's persona was so vivid and well-developed that...
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