I'm In Love With A Wonderful Guy
A Sleepin' Bee
Love For Sale
A New Year, A New Love
The Day To Say Goodbye
Finally we have the rare bird, "I'LL SING FOR YOU" by Zebedy Colt released in 1970.
Recorded with the London Philharmonic, this is a surprisingly GOOD record. Colt had a
gentle, resounding voice and a relaxed style that lends itself well to these standards.
The thing that makes this queer (no pun intended) is the man behind the record.
Edward Earle Marsh aka Zebedy was a flamboyant homosexual and gay cabaret singer of
some note. He also had some meaty roles on Broadway and composed film music including
scores for classics like "THE HORROR OF PARTY BEACH". Colt also happened to be an
infamous porn actor, producer, director! This crazy dichotomy is just a hint of the
fascinating character that was Zebedy Colt. Check out some of his notorious porn efforts
for a real eye-opening experience. As an actor he often played seriously deranged
characters who loved to humiliate the female depositories of his ahem, method.
His directorial efforts were even more surreal starting with the
disturbing "THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER" wherein a group of criminals have their way with the
titular characters. Most notably it starred everyone's favorite suicidal satirist
Spalding Gray! who doesn't hesitate to join in on the misogynistic XXX proceedings!
Thus listening to Colt's dulcet tones on this record is kinda disturbing given his