Julie Is Her Name

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Julie Is Her Name
Studio album by Julie London
Released December 1955
Genre Traditional pop
Label Liberty
Producer Bobby Troup
Julie London chronology
Julie Is Her Name
(1955)
Lonely Girl

Julie Is Her Name was the first LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records in December, 1955, under catalog numbers LRP-3006, in monaural form. It was subsequently reprocessed to produce a stereophonic album, and this stereophonic version was released on May 25, 1960 as catalog number LST-7037. The album featured Barney Kessel on guitar and Ray Leatherwood on bass.

The first track, "Cry Me a River", was released as a single (Liberty 55006) and was London's biggest chart success.[1]

The album was reissued, combined with the 1958 Julie London album Julie Is Her Name, Volume II, in compact disc format, by EMI in 1992. Another reissue as a CD was produced by Hallmark Music, combined with the 1956 Julie London album, Lonely Girl.

Track listing[edit]

Track number Title Songwriter(s) Time
1 "Cry Me a River" Arthur Hamilton 2:36
2 "I Should Care" Paul Weston/Axel Stordahl/Sammy Cahn 2:35
3 "I'm in the Mood for Love" Jimmy McHugh/Dorothy Fields 2:28
4 "I'm Glad There Is You" Paul Madeira/Jimmy Dorsey 2:34
5 "Can't Help Lovin' That Man" Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein II 3:08
6 "I Love You" Cole Porter 1:58
7 "Say It Isn't So" Irving Berlin 2:00
8 "It Never Entered My Mind" Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart 2:25
9 "Easy Street" Alan Rankin Jones/Carlton 3:12
10 "'S Wonderful" George and Ira Gershwin 1:33
11 "No Moon at All" Redd Evans/Dave Mann 1:53
12 "Laura" Johnny Mercer/David Raksin 1:37
13 "Gone with the Wind" Allie Wrubel/Herbert Magidson 2:05

References[edit]

  1. ^ Scott Yanow. "Julie Is Her Name, Vol. 1 - Julie London". allmusic.com. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 

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