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10 thoughts on “ Youre Blasé - Julie London - Lonely Girl (An Album Collection)

  1. Coupled with the sublime jazz guitar stylings of Al Caiola on s Lonely Girl you can't help but fall under Julie's spell. This is a truly wonderful collection of songs which have been lovingly remastered for an exceptional high-fidelity sound. There is no better way to listen to the unquestionably wonderful Julie London/5(3).
  2. With her simply amazing, warm silky tone Julie London was, and still is, one of the most beloved jazz/torch singers of the s and 60s. This 54 track CD is full to the brim with four classic albums, three of which were top 20 US albums Lonely Girl (Billboard # 16), Calendar Girl (Billboard # 18), About the Blues (Billboard # 15) and Julie London with Jimmy Rowles and His Orchestra.
  3. Lonely Girl: An Album Collection (2-CD) by Julie London - CD () for $ from shalilacebludconjurorlawyn.infoinfo Easy Listening - Order by Phone Brand: Jasmine Records.
  4. Song information for You're Blasé - Julie London on AllMusic. Song information for You're Blasé - Julie London on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Julie London. The Julie London Collection Acrobat Music:
  5. Track List Don't Worry About Me Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child A Foggy Day You're Blasé Lonely Girl Lonely Girl Fools Rush in Moments Like This I Lost My Sugar (In Salt Lake City) It's the Talk of the Town 10 What'll I Do When Your Lover Has Gone Don't Take Your Love from Me Where or When All Alone Mean to Me How Deep Is the Ocean Remember Calendar Girl June in January February Brand: Julie London.
  6. You're Blasé Julie London julie london You're deep, just like a chasm, You've no enthusiasm, You're tired And uninspired, You're blase! Your day is one of leisure, In which you search for pleasure, You're bored When you're adored, You're blase! While reaching for the moon, The stars up in the sky, The simple things of normal life Are slowly.
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  8. One of the most smoldering torch singers of all, Julie utterly bewitches alongside guitarist Al Caiola on ’s "Lonely Girl." That, "Calendar Girl" and "About the Blues" all went Top 20; they join a fourth LP, "Julie London with Jimmy Rowles and His Orchestra". 54 remastered tracks: "What’ll I Do," "Lonely Girl," "Where or When," "Mean to Me," "June in January," "I’ll Remember April.

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