Julie London - London By Night. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Reissue. POOR: The record will not play properly due to scratches, bad surface noise, etc. Fair: The record is still just playable but has not been cared for properly and displays considerable surface noise; it may even jump. Julie London - Great Performances. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation. Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG ).
The discography of Julie London, an American Jazz artist, consists of twenty nine studio albums, one live album, five compilation albums, two additional albums, and twenty-nine singles. After a moderately successful film career, London signed a recording contract with the newly formed Liberty Records in 1955. Her debut single "Cry Me a River" reached number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1955. In June 1957, it would also peak at number twenty-two on the UK Singles Chart.
Album · 2001 · 20 Songs. Side By Side By Sondheim (Original London Cast Recording). Broadway's Broads: There Is Nothing Like a Dame.
Julie London – Great Performances. Label: Liberty – LBL 83049E. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono. Great Performances (LP, Comp, Club). World Record Club, World Record Club.
Julie London (1926-2000) was self-depreciating about her vocal instrument, saying she only had a thimble full of voice. It is quite true that her range was limited, but her tone, depth, phrasing, and drop-dead manner overcame that. THE VERY BEST OF JULIE LONDON is the most comprehensive of several compilations, containing fifty selections, including such signature songs as Cry Me A River, which she introduced in 1955, and Black Coffee and ’Round Midnight. London is often at her stylistic and vocal peak in this collection, giving knock-out renditions of standards like Blue Moon, As Time Goes By, Basin Street Blues, and Desafinado. The great shocker in the collection is a cover of Light My Fire. The song begins with a jazz flute and continues with bursts of what sound like harp and acoustic guitar and then drifts in a wash of strings.
Julie London is an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog number LRP-3342 as a monophonic recording and catalog number LST-7342 in stereo in 1964. It was arranged by Ernie Freeman; with Dave Hassinger as the engineer. This Julie London album is commonly mistaken to be entitled as "You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry", due to mistitling on the album jacket's spine. This error had already happened previously with her 1963 album, The End of the World, when it was mistitled as "The Good Life" on the album jacket's spine.
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