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Videocover of Julie London's Remastered Album: You Number Please.
One in a long series of Julie London records, this set features the sultry but subtle singer on a dozen standards, each of which she dedicates to a different male singer. No dates or personnel information are given other than the LP stating that Andre Previn arranged for the backing orchestra. Although not essential, this is a worthwhile set, with London adding sensuality to such songs as "Learnin' the Blues," "When I Fall in Love," "The More I See You," and "Angel Eyes.
Complete sua coleção de Julie London. A CD format version of this entire album is found in the compilation "Calendar Girl, Your Number Please. It Could Happen To You. When I Fall In Love. They Can't Take That Away From Me.
Calendar Girl is an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog number SL-9002 in 1956. In keeping with the title, each of the first twelve tracks had a month in its title, completing the album with a song entitled "Thirteenth Month". Two of the songs were composed especially for this album by London's future husband, Bobby Troup, who also produced the album, as he did many of her albums. Julie London – vocals. Dick Nash - trombone. Al Hendrickson - guitar.
In Julie's 10th album for Liberty Records, "Your Number Please. should have been a winner with 2nd husband Bobby Troup as producer and arrangements by Andre Previn. But this concept album was not well thought out. The songs feel like they do not belong together. The album is all over the map. The arrangements do not live up to Julie's normal exquisite.
Julie London Remastered Tapes (All Tracks Remastered) (2019).
This album has an average beat per minute of 105 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 63/172 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Recent albums by Julie London. Her Name is Julie (Complete Sessions). The End of the World, The Wonderful World Of. 2007. All Through the Night: Julie London Sings the Choicest of Cole Porter.
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.
If you have any questions related to the pricing and/or discount offered in a particular listing, please contact the seller for that listing. Get it by Mon, 17 Jun - Fri, 5 Jul from Shepherdsville, Kentucky. Artist: Julie London. Format: CD. Release Date: 2017.
|A2||It Could Happen To You|
|A3||When I Fall In Love|
|A4||It's A Blue World|
|A5||They Can't Take That Away From Me|
|A6||One For My Baby|
|B2||Love Is Here To Stay|
|B3||The More I See You|
|B4||A Stranger In Town|
|B5||Two Sleepy People|
|B6||Learnin' The Blues|
- Manufactured By – Liberty Records, Inc.
- Arranged By – André Previn
- Conductor – André Previn
- Design [Cover Design] – Pate/Francis & Associates
- Engineer – Bill Putman*, Ted Keep
- Photography By [Color Photograph] – Garrett-Howard
- Producer – Bobby Troup
- Vocals – Julie London
NotesManufactured by Liberty Records, Inc., Hollywood, California, U.S.A.
Printed in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side One (Stamped)): STEREO LST 7130 S1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side Two (Stamped)): STEREO LST 7130 S2
|LRP 3130||Julie London||Your Number Please (LP, Album, Mono)||Liberty||LRP 3130||US||1959|
|LRP 3130||Julie London||Your Number Please (LP, Album, RP, Mono)||Liberty||LRP 3130||US||1960|
|LRP 3130, 1552921||Julie London||Your Number, Please... (LP, Comp, RP)||Liberty, Liberty||LRP 3130, 1552921||France||1984|
|LPT 1028||Julie London||Your Number Please... (CD, Album, RE, RM)||LPTime Records||LPT 1028||Spain||2008|
|TOCJ-9411||Julie London||Your Number Please... (CD, Album, Ltd, RM, Pap)||Liberty||TOCJ-9411||Japan||2002|