Kiss of Fire
Georgia Gibbs Kiss of Fire 45 (Bell, 1966)
What is there to say about a song like "Kiss of Fire"? It is what it is and really doesn't need explanation. As far as the singer, Georgia Gibbs. She was raised in an orphanage and it was there she took to singing. Worked her way into gigs with Artie Shaw and Tommy Dorsey. Though she made her first record in 1936 and had cut singles with Danny Kaye and others, "Kiss of Fire" was her first hit. While that hit came in 1952, she rerecorded it in 1966 (this version here). She had some minor hits with everything from torch songs to rock & roll, but nothing huge. She retired in 1966 and died forty years later.
seems to be more like a '52 sound.
but I prefer the '52 version. "Kiss Of Fire" is the cover of beguine/tango 'El Choclo' of the early of the '20s.