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Album · 1955 · 13 Songs. Ultra-Lounge (Wild, Cool & Swingin') The Artist Collection: Julie London. Sings the Choicest of Cole Porter.
Julie London Lonely girl.
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Julie London is one of those wonderful rarities of show business - a genuine combination of beauty and talent. Too often about the most one can say of a strikingly beautiful woman is that she is strikingly beautiful. That's why it's so refreshing when someone like Julie comes along. There's so much more to talk about when you've run the gamut of her physical attractiveness. She's unquestionably an excellent actress. Lonely Girl" is an especially apt title for Julie's newest album - not only for the nostalgia of the lyric lines of the songs; not only for the subtle sadness of her singing style; but even more for Julie herself. There's an appealing loneliness in Julie. She has a way of getting out on a plane all by herself where no one can reach her. She is probably everything you would not expect of a girl in this business. She's quiet and shy and undemonstrative.
The End of the World is an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog number LRP-3300 as a monophonic recording and catalog number LST-7300 in stereo in June 1963. This was Julie London's second-to-the-last charting album, reaching on the Billboard charts. This Julie London album is commonly mistaken to be entitled "The Good Life", due to mistitling on the album jacket's spine.
Artists Julie London Lonely Girl, Make Love to Me. Lonely Girl, Make Love to Me Julie London. Lonely Girl, Make Love to Me. 1997. This album has an average beat per minute of 112 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 68/182 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Lonely Girl, Make Love to Me. 1. Lonely Girl.
Lonely Girl 5. All Alone 14. Hier folgende 2 CD, Here following 2 CD For You 24. Don'cha Go 'Way Mad 22. Don'cha Go 'Way Mad. Midnight Sun 20. £1. 4. Format: CD. Condition: new. We will dispatch the product after receiving the money. Extra-Infos: An Album Collection. Sound format: Import. Genre: New Age & Easy Listening.
So while most of the album contains the usual midnight standards, London sings them in her own way. The title track is the one unfamiliar tune here, and it's a real gem, penned by Bobby Troup (he was London's producer, paramour, and future husband). The low-key Lonely Girl beat the sophomore slump and initially did almost as well in the charts as Julie Is Her Name
London, Julie - Lonely Girl (2-CD) CD 2. 01. Basin Street Blues. It was the album age - the proliferation of the LP, and Julie was very much an LP artist. Her output of some two albums a year gave us a memorable selection of extremely good and varied fare. Julie is her Name, Sophisticated Lady, Your Number Please, Julie - At Home are all highly prized by collectors.
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. 6) "Wives and Lovers" (Burt Bacharach, Hal David)–2:38. Julie London on her self-titled 1964 album (Liberty). 7) "Fools Rush In" (Rube Bloom, Johnny Mercer)–2:36. Julie London – Lonely Girl (1956), and Julie London (1964). Johnny Mercer Duet (Doris Day and André Previn album) Tony Martin (American singer) Scorpio Rising (film) Your Cassette Pet. The Wonderful World of Julie London. 1963 in music Can't Get Used to Losing You Soft Summer Breeze The End of the World (Julie London album) Julie London (album). In Person at the Americana.
|1-1||Don't Worry About Me||3:33|
|1-2||Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child||2:53|
|1-3||A Foggy Day||3:14|
|1-6||Fools Rush In||2:09|
|1-7||Moments Like This||2:39|
|1-8||I Lost My Sugar||2:36|
|1-9||It's The Talk Of The Town||2:37|
|1-10||What'll I Do||1:57|
|1-11||When Your Lover Has Gone||1:55|
|1-12||Don't Take Your Love From Me||2:44|
|1-13||Where Or When||2:37|
|1-15||Mean To Me||2:12|
|1-16||How Deep Is The Ocean||2:12|
|1-18||June In January||2:08|
|1-19||February Brings The Rain||2:21|
|1-21||I'll Remember April||1:58|
|1-22||People Who Are Born In May||1:39|
|1-23||Memphis In June||1:57|
|1-24||Sleigh Ride In July||2:19|
|1-25||Time For August||1:58|
|1-26||September In The Rain||1:39|
|1-29||Warm In December||1:56|
|About The Blues|
|2-1||Basin Street Blues||3:04|
|2-2||I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues||2:56|
|2-3||A Nightingale Can Sing The Blues||3:08|
|2-4||Get Set For The Blues||2:42|
|2-5||Invitation To The Blues||2:52|
|2-6||Bye Bye Blues||1:37|
|2-7||Meaning Of The Blues||2:52|
|2-8||About The Blues||3:02|
|2-10||Blues Is All I Ever Had||2:46|
|2-11||Blues In The Night||3:46|
|2-12||Bouquet Of Blues||2:58|
|Jimmy Rowles And His Orchestra|
|2-13||Somebody Loves Me||3:01|
|2-14||Dream Of You||2:42|
|2-16||Bye Bye Blackbird||2:35|
|2-17||Free And Easy||2:19|
|2-18||All My Life||3:06|
|2-19||When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along||1:43|
|2-21||You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me||2:30|
|2-22||Don'Cha Go 'Way Mad||2:38|
|2-23||(Back Home Again In) Indiana||2:52|
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