Julie London – The Very Best Of (2005)

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Julie London – The Very Best Of (2005)

01. Fly Me To The Moon
02. Cry Me A River
03. Blue Moon
04. Sway
05. My Heart Belongs To Daddy
06. When I Fall In Love
07. Can't Help Lovin' That Man
08. Misty
09. Lover Man
10. Desafinado
11. Girl Talk
12. Let There Be Love
13. Wives And Lovers
14. In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning
15. Making Whoopee
16. The Good Life
17. The More I See You
18. A Taste Of Honey
19. Go Slow
20. You And The Night And The Music
21. Black Coffee
22. Basin Street Blues
23. Blues In The Night
24. 'Round Midnight
25. As Time Goes By

01. Can't Get Used To Losing You
02. September In The Rain
03. Mad About The Boy
04. Love Letters
05. I Left My Heart In San Francisco
06. Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend
07. Goody Goody
08. Days Of Wine And Roses
09. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
10. Light My Fire
11. Here's That Rainy Day
12. Body & Soul
13. God Bless The Child
14. They Can't Take That Away From Me
15. Our Day Will Come
16. I've Got You Under My Skin
17. The End Of The World
18. One For My Baby
19. Love For Sale
20. Sentimental Journey
21. I've Got A Crush On You
22. Call Me Irresponsible
23. You Made Me Love You
24. Nice Girls Don't Stay For Breakfast
25. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye


A sultry, smoky-voiced master of understatement, Julie London enjoyed considerable popularity during the cool era of the 1950s. London never had the range of Ella Fitzgerald or Sarah Vaughan, but often used restraint, softness, and subtlety to maximum advantage. An actress as well as a singer, London played with heavyweights like Gregory Peck and Rock Hudson in various films, and was married to Jack Webb of Dragnet fame for seven years before marrying songwriter Bobby Troup ("Route 66"). London performed her biggest hit, "Cry Me a River," in the Jayne Mansfield film The Girl Can't Help It. After recording her last album, Yummy, Yummy, Yummy, in 1969, she continued to act -- playing a nurse on the NBC medical drama Emergency from 1974-1978. Despite her "sex symbol" image -- London was known for her sexy LP covers, which make them collector's items -- she was surprisingly shy, and left show biz altogether in the late '70s. In the mid-'90s London suffered a stroke, which led to a half-decade of poor health and ultimately contributed to her death on October 18, 2000. ---Alex Henderson, Rovi

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