Georgia Gibbs was First Introduced as "her Nibs, Miss Gibbs" on Jimmy Durante’s Show, and that is the Title of Living Era’s Fine Selection of 28 Numbers from her Peak Years. She Had Six Top Six Hits (All Included), Three of them Million Sellers: The Argentine Tango-based "kiss of Fire" of 1952, and her Two R&B ‘white Covers’ of 1955, "tweedle Dee" and "dance with Me", "henry". The Others Are "if I Knew You were Comin’ I’d have Baked a Cake" (1950)," While You Danced, Danced, Danced" (1951) and "seven Lonely Days". (1953). Her Sultry, Throbbing Voice is Well Suited to Romantic Ballads Such as He’s Funny that Way Or It’s the Talk of the Town, but She Can Be Equally Thrilling Belting Out a Red-hot Jazz Number Like A-razz-ama- Tazz.