On Oct. 7 DRG Records will release — for the first time on CD — "Miss Bette Davis." The 11-track recording was originally produced in 1976 for EMI Records in London. At the time the actress was 68 years old and she performed her memorable songs from such films as "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?," "Now, Voyager" and "Hush. . . Hush, Sweet Charlotte." The disc also features Davis' famous car speech from "All About Eve." The complete track listing for "Miss Bette Davis" follows:
"Overture"/"They're Either Too Young or Too Old" (from "Thank Your Lucky Stars")
"Life Is a Lonely Thing"
"Until It's Time for You to Go"
"Growing Older, Feeling Younger"
"It Can't Be Wrong" (from "Now, Voyager")
"I've Written a Letter to Daddy" (from "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?")
"Mother of the Bride"
"Hush. . .Hush, Sweet Charlotte" (from "Hush. . .Hush, Sweet Charlotte")
Dialogue from "All About Eve"
"I Wish You Love"
Born Ruth Elizabeth Davis, Bette Davis became one of the legends of the silver screen, winning Academy Awards for her performances in "Dangerous" and "Jezebel." She also appeared on Broadway in productions of The Night of the Iguana, The World of Carl Sandburg, Two's Company, Solid South, Broken Dishes and The Earth Between.
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