Top Eartha Kitt Albums
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Down to Eartha + St. Louis Blues (Bonus Track Version)
Down to Eartha + St. Louis Blues (Bonus Track Version)
[2014]
Move On
Move On
[2014]
Just Eartha Kitt
Just Eartha Kitt
[2013]
Eartha Kitt versus Ella Fitzgerald
Eartha Kitt versus Ella Fitzgerald
[2013]
Revisited / The Fabulous Eartha Kitt
Revisited / The Fabulous Eartha Kitt
[2013]
The Collection 1954-1962
The Collection 1954-1962
[2013]
Just an Old Fashioned Girl
Just an Old Fashioned Girl
[2013]
The Savvy Eartha Kitt
The Savvy Eartha Kitt
[2013]
Bad But Beautiful / The Romantic Eartha
Bad But Beautiful / The Romantic Eartha
[2012]
Eartha Kitt
Eartha Kitt
[2012]
The Classic Years Vol 2
The Classic Years Vol 2
[2012]
Thursday's Child (With Henri Rene and His Orchestra)
Thursday's Child (With Henri Rene and His Orchestra)
[2012]
Eartha Kitt Sings Santa Baby
Eartha Kitt Sings Santa Baby
[2011]
Bad But Beautiful
Bad But Beautiful
[2011]
The Essential: Eartha Kitt
The Essential: Eartha Kitt
[2011]
Lullaby of Birdland
Lullaby of Birdland
[2010]
The Fabulous Eartha Kitt
The Fabulous Eartha Kitt
[2010]
My Heart Belongs to Daddy
My Heart Belongs to Daddy
[2009]
Live At The Cheltenham Jazz Festival
Live At The Cheltenham Jazz Festival
[2008]
In the Still Of The Night
In the Still Of The Night
[2007]
Strangers In the Starlight
Strangers In the Starlight
[2007]
Eartha Kitt: The Collection
Eartha Kitt: The Collection
[2006]
Live from the Café Carlyle
Live from the Café Carlyle
[2006]
Purrfect - The Ultimate Collection
Purrfect - The Ultimate Collection
[2003]
Sentimental Eartha
Sentimental Eartha
[1995]
Back In Business
Back In Business
[1994]
Miss Kitt to You
Miss Kitt to You
[1992]
I'm Still Here
I'm Still Here
[1990]
In Person at the Plaza (Live)
In Person at the Plaza (Live)
[1990]
Eartha Kitt L'album
Eartha Kitt L'album
[1986]
Related Information for Eartha KittEartha Mae Kitt (January 17, 1927 - December 25, 2008), was an American actress, singer, and cabaret star. She was perhaps best known for her 1953 Christmas song Santa Baby. Orson Welles once called her the “most exciting woman in the world”. She took on the role of Catwoman for the fourth season of the 1960s Batman TV series, replacing Julie Newmar who was unavailable for the final series. read more