Swing Me an Old Song

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Swing Me an Old Song
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Studio album by Julie London
Released 1959
Genre Traditional pop
Length 32:02
Label Liberty
Producer Bobby Troup
Julie London chronology
London by Night
(1958)
Swing Me an Old Song
(1959)
Your Number Please
(1959)

Swing Me an Old Song is an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog numbers LRP-3119 (monaural) and LST-7119 (stereophonic) in 1959. The accompaniment was by Jimmy Rowles and his Orchestra.

Track listing[edit]

Track # Song Songwriter(s) Length
1 "Comin' Thro' the Rye" traditional 2:38
2 "Cuddle up a Little Closer" Karl Hoschna, Otto Harbach 2:11
3 "After the Ball" Charles K. Harris 2:45
4 "Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee" Henry I. Marshall, Stanley Murphy 3:26
5 "Camptown Races" Stephen Foster 3:24
6 "Old Folks at Home" Stephen Foster 2:45
7 "Downtown Strutters' Ball" Shelton Brooks 2:33
8 "How Come You Do Me Like You Do?" Gene Austin, Roy Bergere 2:33
9 "Row, Row, Row" traditional 2:24
10 "By the Beautiful Sea" Harry Carroll, Harold R. Atteridge 2:16
11 "Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home" Hughie Cannon 1:53
12 "Three O'Clock in the Morning" Julián Robledo, Theodora Morse 3:14

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