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The Blues Is All I Ever Had - Julie London - About The Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. About the Blues () Calendar Girl is an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog number SL in 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".
  2. Album · · 16 Songs. Sign In For You Browse Radio Sign In About the Blues Julie London Jazz · Preview SONG TIME Basin Street Blues. 1. PREVIEW I Gotta a Right to Sing the Blues. 2. PREVIEW A Nightingale Can Sing the Blues The Blues Is All I Ever Had.
  3. Here is Julie London's fondly-remembered album 'About the Blues', crisply remastered by the good people at Blue Note Records. Next to her album Around Midnight, this is probably my favourite London platter. Ms Julie always sounded at her best with this kind of laid-back, sensual jazz and blues material, and she doesn't disappoint here/5(26).
  4. Mar 28,  · About the Blues, an Album by Julie London. Released in June on Liberty (catalog no. LRP ; Vinyl LP)/5(2).
  5. Find similar albums to About the Blues - Julie London on AllMusic. Find similar albums to About the Blues - Julie London on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Album Themes. Romantic Evening Introspection Late Night Reflection Seduction Dinner Ambiance Relaxation Stay in Bed. Julie London About the Blues.
  6. Meaning Of The Blues Written-By – Bobby Troup, Leah Worth: B2: About The Blues Written-By – Arthur Hamilton: B3: Sunday Blues Written-By – Jeff Clarkson*, Lenny Adelson: B4: The Blues Is All I Ever Had Written-By – Bobby Troup: B5: Blues In The Night Written-By – Johnny Mercer-Harold Arlen* B6: Bouquet Of /5(13).
  7. About The Blues/London By Night buy CD music If you like Julie, here are more gems presented in their original LP configurations. Julies output had a remarkable consistency of quality and taste, and these two LPs are further proof of that.
  8. About The Blues with nearly Triple Plus (A++ to A+++) sound from first note to last - just shy of our Shootout Winner - this copy of Londons release will be very hard to beat Our White Hot Shootout Winner had condition issues, but this nearly as good pressing had not a single audible mark, with vinyl that is as quiet as any we can find for a vintage Liberty pressing Rich, .

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