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Julie London - Cry Me A River - 20 Original Recordings flac album
  • Performer Julie London
  • Title Cry Me A River - 20 Original Recordings
  • Date of release 2006
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  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1870 mb
  • Size FLAC 1902 mb
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Cry Me a River" is a popular American torch song, written by Arthur Hamilton, first published in 1953 and made famous in 1955 with the version by Julie London. Arthur Hamilton later said of the song: "I had never heard the phrase. Instead of 'Eat your heart out' or 'I'll get even with you,' it sounded like a good, smart retort to somebody who had hurt your feelings or broken your heart

1 day. julie london cry me a river lsx-1001. JULIE LONDON Julie Is Her Name DEBUT album 1960 press Cry Me A River EASY STREET. Julie london julie is her name vinyl lp album 1955 liberty record cry me a river.

For the 1964 album, see Julie London (album). American actress and singer. In the mid-1950s, she signed a recording contract with the newly established Liberty Records, and released a total of 32 albums of pop and jazz standards during the 1950s and 1960s, with her signature song being "Cry Me a River", which she introduced in 1955. London was noted by critics for her husky, smoky voice and languid vocal style. She released her final studio album in 1969, but achieved continuing success playing the female starring role of Nurse Dixie McCall, in the television series Emergency! (1972–1979), in which she appeared opposite her real-life husband, Bobby Troup

Precious (Original Recordings). 19 Cry Me A River Julie London 2:59. 20 Remind Me Julie London 3:9. 21 A Nightingale Can Sing the Blues Julie London 3:8. 22 Dream Of You Julie London 2:40. 23 Make Love To Me Julie London 2:29. 24 Bouquet of Blues Julie London 2:54. 25 Never On Sunday Julie London 2:19.

Julie Is Her Name, Vol. 1. Rev-Ola Records. Fabulous Fifties: 20 Original Fifties Classics. Lady Sings the Blues. Cry Me a River: The Collection. De Pre Historie 1950-1959. Jazz Hits Of The 50s: Original Recordings.

Produced by Bobby Troup. Album Julie is Her Name. Cry Me a River Lyrics. Now you say you're lonely You cry the whole night through Well you can cry me a river Cry me a river I cried a river over you. Now you say you're sorry For being so untrue Well you can cry me a river Cry me a river I cried a river over you. You drove me, nearly drove me Out of my head While you never shed a tear. She recorded Cry Me A River first as a single, then also used it on her debut album Julie Is Her Name. Both the single and the album were released in 1955 by Liberty Records, and the album was produced by London’s future husband, Bobby Troup. Cry Me a River" Track Info. Written By Arthur Hamilton. Sampled In. Love & Nostalgia by Ashton.

Cry Me a River by Julie London. Ella Fitzgerald - Cry me a river. Julie london: historic "Cry me a river". Cry Me A River (Julie London; Barney Kessel).

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1 Cry Me A River
2 I Should Care
3 How Deep Is The Ocean?
4 I'm In The Mood For Love
5 Can't Help Lovin' That Man
6 I Love You
7 All Alone
8 S'Wonderful
9 Say It Isn't So
10 Fools Rush In
11 It Never Entered My Mind
12 No Moon At All
13 I Lost My Sugar In Salt Lake City
14 Laura
15 Gone With The Wind
16 It's The Talk Of The Town
17 Where Or When?
18 Mean To Me
19 When Your Lover Has Gone
20 Remember


Copyrights on recordings extend only 50 years in Europe, and reissue labels like Great Britain's Prism Leisure watch carefully to see what enters the public domain each year on January 1. The start of 2006 brought a new artist into the world of unlicensed repackaging: Julie London, who started her recording career in 1955 with her first LP, Julie Is Her Name, released before the end of that year, with her second, Lonely Girl, though not issued until 1956, also recorded in 1955, and therefore available as well. Prism Leisure could have simply thrown the two 13-track albums together on a single CD, but instead the label has chosen 11 titles from Julie Is Her Name ("Cry Me a River," "I Should Care," "I'm in the Mood for Love," "Can't Help Lovin' That Man," "I Love You," "S'Wonderful," "Say It Isn't So," "It Never Entered My Mind," "No Moon at All," "Laura," and "Gone with the Wind") and nine from Lonely Girl ("How Deep Is the Ocean?," "All Alone," "Fools Rush In," "I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City," "It's the Talk of the Town," "Where or When?," "Mean to Me," "When Your Lover Has Gone," and "Remember") and mixed them up on a 20-track, 46-minute disc with the unimaginative but probably inevitable title Cry Me a River (London's sole singles chart hit and signature song). This makes it at least the fourth Julie London album to be called Cry Me a River, but of course Prism Leisure couldn't care less about the confusion; if anything, it probably works to the company's advantage. Although taken from two different albums, the songs sound fine together. Julie Is Her Name used only guitarist Barney Kessel and bassist Ray Leatherwood as accompanists, while Lonely Girl cut that down to one musician, guitarist Al Caiola. More of a problem is that the spare arrangements allow lots of the pops and scratches from the LPs Prism Leisure used for the transfers to remain audible, meaning the sound quality here is not great. Also, as is typical of unlicensed reissues, the annotations are suspect, with "It Never Entered My Mind" mistakenly credited to Rodgers & Hammerstein instead of Rodgers & Hart, and poor David Raksin, composer of "Laura," having his name misspelled "Raskin" for the umpteenth time. Sticking to the original albums is a better idea, of course, but, as is also typical, the Prism Leisure disc is inexpensive. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi

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