Julie London - Our Fair Lady album flac
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|A1||Days Of Wine And Roses
Written-By – Mancini*, Mercer*
|A2||Call Me Irresponsible
Written By – Cahn-Van Heusen
|A3||Theme From A Summer Place
Written By – Discant-Steiner
|A4||As Time Goes By
Written-By – Hupfeld*
|A5||More (Theme From "Mondo Cane")
Written By – Newell-Ortolani-Oliviero
Written-By – Mancini*, Johnny Mercer
|B1||Never On Sunday
Written-By – Towne*, Hadjidakis*
|B2||An Affair To Remember
Written By – Adamson-McCarey-Warren
|B3||Wives And Lovers
Written-By – David-Bacharach*
Written By – Manning-Marchetti
|B5||Boy On A Dolphin
Written By – Webster-Friedhofer
|B6||The Second Time Around
Written By – Cahn-Van Heusen
- Arranged By – Ernie Freeman (tracks: A1, A2, A6, B1, B3, B4, B6), Richard Wess (tracks: A3 to A5, B2)
- Artwork By [Cover Design] – Studio Five
- Engineer – Dave Hassinger
- Other [Sleeve Notes] – Army Archerd
- Producer – "Snuff" Garrett*
|LST-7392||Julie London||Our Fair Lady (LP, Album)||Liberty||LST-7392||US||1965|
|LST-7392, LST 7392||Julie London||Our Fair Lady (LP, Album)||Liberty, Liberty||LST-7392, LST 7392||US||1965|
|(D)LRP 3392||Julie London||Our Fair Lady (LP, Album, Mono, Promo)||Liberty||(D)LRP 3392||US||1965|
|LBY 1251||Julie London||Our Fair Lady (LP, Mono)||Liberty||LBY 1251||1965|
|LP 7221||Julie London||Our Fair Lady (LP, Album, Promo)||Liberty||LP 7221||Japan||Unknown|
Julie London (born Gayle Peck; September 26, 1926 – October 18, 2000) was an American jazz and pop singer and actress.
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Our Fair Lady is an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog number LRP-3392 as a monophonic recording and catalog number LST-7392 in stereo in 1965. Most of the material had been previously released. Tracks 3-5 & 8 were the only new songs, recorded October 9-10, 1964, in sessions arranged by Richard Wess. According to London biographer Michael Owen, an additional song, "House Where Love Is," was recorded at the October 9-10 sessions and "presumably remains in the vaults.
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Julie London spent most of the 1960s recording middle-of-the-road vocal pop albums of varying degrees of worth before returning to West Coast jazz with a vengeance on 1965's All Through the Night. Recorded the same year as that excellent Cole Porter tribute, the bland Our Fair Lady comes off like corporate payback for a quick jazz rebellion
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by Julie Andrews;My Fair Lady Ensemble (1959). My Fair Lady: Wouldn't It Be Loverly by Julie Andrews;My Fair Lady Ensemble (1959). Rexy had much more of a singing lilt to his songs on Broadway, while in the London album it sounds as if he is almost reading the lyrics, and without a lot of feeling. Also, if you listen closely to "You Did It" I think he goofs up and transposes two lines or omits one all together, and Robert Coote - who is good in London - says it and Rexy simply hisses"Yes" to get back in the song.
My Fair Lady is a 1964 American musical drama film adapted from the Lerner and Loewe eponymous stage musical based on the 1913 stage play Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw.
In June 2010, EMI Records in Japan re-released 30 of Julie’s albums. If you purchased the complete set, there was a coupon to redeem for a 2 CD set of rare, Julie London single recordings. With the help of a passionate Julie fan, we have those songs here. You will be hard pressed to find them elsewhere.