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Format: CD
Sku: 222221415
UPC: 030206188622
UPC 14: 00030206188622
Release Date: 7/26/2011
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. I Am the Naughty Lola - Kay Martin/Marlene Dietrich ~ Various Artists
2. There's No Business Like That Certain Business - Ruth Wallis/Sophie Tucker ~ Various Artists
3. Deep Sea Diver - Marlene Dietrich ~ Various Artists
4. Mae West Speaks! - Mae West/Marilyn Monroe ~ Various Artists
5. My Daddy Rocks Me (With One Steady Roll) - Dinah Washington/Mae West ~ Various Artists
6. It's Tight Like That - Myrna March ~ Various Artists
7. Soft As a Kitten - Ruth Wallis ~ Various Artists
8. My Voot Is Really Vout - Dinah Washington/Blue Lu Barker ~ Various Artists
9. I Know What You Want for Christmas (But I Don't Know How to Wrap It) - Kay Martin/Sadie Banks ~ Various Artists
10. I Leaned On a Man - Little Esther/Myrna March ~ Various Artists
11. If I Can't Sell It, I'll Keep Sittin' on It - Georgia White/Helen Humes ~ Various Artists
12. I Feel Like Laying In Another Woman's Husband's Arms - Sophie Tucker/Blue Lu Barker ~ Various Artists
13. Give It to Him - Mildred Bailey ~ Various Artists
14. I'm A Bad Bad Girl - Juanita Hall ~ Various Artists
15. I Haven't a Thing to Wear - Faye Richmonde ~ Various Artists
16. Drive Me Daddy - Helen Humes/Stella Johnson ~ Various Artists
17. I Don't Want It Second Hand - Kansas Katie/Juanita Hall ~ Various Artists
18. Come Up and See Me Anytime - Faye Richmonde/Alberta Hunter ~ Various Artists
19. You Can't Tell the Difference In the Dark - Mae West ~ Various Artists
20. Press My Button, Ring My Bell ~ Various Artists
21. It's Silk - Clara Smith/India Adams ~ Various Artists
22. That's Makes It - India Adams/Jayne Mansfield ~ Various Artists
23. Come By Sunday - Jayne Mansfield ~ Various Artists
 

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Notes & Personnel Info
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Muze PNote With a slogan like "Songs of Lust and Depravity" in the title, this aggressively illustrated compilation might be expected to contain verifiable instances of unmitigated smuttiness, like Lucille Bogan's outrageously explicit "Shave `Em Dry" or Tampa Red and Half-Pint Jaxon's gloriously lewd version of the "How Long, How Long Blues," but it doesn't. While plenty of vintage music collections have been assembled using the no-holds-barred "Copulatin' Blues" formula, Sexcapades falls more within the category of naughtiness, burlesque, and the suggestive double entendre. Like their predecessors at Stash records and similarly adventurous labels, the producers of this randy little anthology appear to have been banking on the prurient interest of the public at large. What distinguishes this release is the interwoven presence of classic blues, hokum, and R&B singers with bawdy "red hot mamas" and even glamour girl movie stars like Jayne Mansfield. This means that luscious offerings from Blue Lu Barker, Dinah Washington, and Clara Smith are interspersed with showier displays by old-school bad girls Marlene Dietrich, Sophie Tucker, and Mae West. Maybe the deliberate intention here was to contrast the personalities of Ruth Wallis and Little Esther, or Georgia White and Gypsy Rose Lee. Even with its strongly implied invitation to engage in physical lovemaking, Alberta Hunter's "You Can't Tell the Difference After Dark" is more about skin pigmentation than anything else, although her sultry-tough contralto delivery on this record compares interestingly with that of Mae West. The weirdest incursion is by a fully loaded Marilyn Monroe (accompanied by pianist Hank Jones), singing "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" to John F. Kennedy, whose voice is also heard on this cheeky compendium of songs about temptation and indulgence. ~ arwulf arwulf

Producer: Athan Maroulis

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 07/26/2011
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2011
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 618862
Music Label Name Label : Fuel 2000
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00030206188622

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