Lonely Girl (album)

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Lonely Girl
Studio album by Julie London
Released 1956
Recorded Hollywood, April 1955
Genre Traditional pop
Label Liberty
Producer Bobby Troup
Julie London chronology
Julie Is Her Name
(1955)
Lonely Girl
(1956)
Calendar Girl
(1956)

Lonely Girl was an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog number LRP-3012 as a monophonic recording in 1956, and later in stereo under catalog number LST-7029 in 1959.

The album was reissued, combined with the 1957 Julie London album Make Love to Me, in compact disc form on January 28, 2003 by EMI.

Track listing[edit]

Track number Title Songwriter(s) Time
1 "Lonely Girl" Bobby Troup 2:35
2 "Fools Rush In" Rube Bloom/Johnny Mercer 2:10
3 "Moments Like This" Frank Loesser/Burton Lane 2:41
4 "I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City" Leon René/Johnny Lange 2:38
5 "It's the Talk of the Town" Jerry Livingston/Al J. Neiburg/Marty Symes 2:38
6 "What'll I Do" Irving Berlin 1:56
7 "When Your Lover Has Gone" Einar A. Swan 2:12
8 "Don't Take Your Love From Me" Henry Nemo 2:33
9 "Where or When" Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart 2:40
10 "All Alone" Irving Berlin 1:53
11 "Mean to Me" Roy Turk/Fred E. Ahlert 2:14
12 "How Deep Is the Ocean" Irving Berlin 2:13
13 "Remember" Irving Berlin 1:46

Credits[edit]

  • Julie London – Vocals
  • Al Viola – Guitar
  • Bobby Troup – Producer
  • John Neal – Engineer
  • Ray Jones – Cover photography
  • Chris Ingham – Liner Notes
For the reissue
  • Andy Morten – Producer, design
  • Joe Foster – Producer, recreation
  • Norman Blake – Recreation
  • Bob Norberg – Remastering

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