by Peggy Lee
Released: Jan 1974
Label: Rhino Atlantic
Paul McCartney handed Peggy Lee the title cut, though the bonus demo version (which actually sounds closer to how Macca conceived it) is actually better. The cover of "Easy Evil" is surprising funky and "Don't Le Me Be Alone Tonight" proves that Peg could go soft rock with class. It was all for naught, as this sank without a trace and would end decades of pop stardom for Peggy Lee. It was "wigs and sunglasses" cult status from here on out.
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