I swore I would never do a tribute CD.
But I fell in love with Eartha Kitt and the damage was done!
The highly anticipated U.S. release of “I Wanna Be Evil” is finally here!
In our most recent newsletters, and in the credits on “I Wanna Be Evil” itself, Quentin Baxter (www.baxtermusic.com) should have been listed as co-producer of this project. This was a glaring oversight on my part. Quentin’s expertise, tireless work and selfless contributions as co-producer went a long way toward making this our best project to date.
I’m so happy to share this album with you. Don’t keep me waiting, darlings. Just click the button…
…and be sure to come say hello in person and tell me how you really feel!
The CD’s 10 tracks feature some of Eartha’s better known gems
~ Santa Baby ~ C’est Si Bon ~ Let’s Do It
Then there are the less familiar but equally compelling
~ Oh John ~ Peel Me A Grape ~ My Heart Belongs to Daddy ~
I even added one of my original tunes which I describe as a bedtime story for adults whose ending you will have to interpret
~ Weekend ~
To round it off, we’ve included songs that seem to have been written exclusively for women who are decidedly NOT well-behaved.
I’d Rather Be Burned As A Witch ~ Come On-A My House ~ I Wanna Be Evil
Have a little taste of “I Wanna Be Evil”!
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Won’t you please join us at one (or more) of these venues – and bring friends and family?
C’mon…be a pur-r-r-r-fect angel and say ‘yes’!
If you just can’t make it, you can always find me on Facebook and Twitter. I’d love to hear from you!