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Julie London - Sings the Standards

8-04-2015, 21:13
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

Julie London - Sings the Standards

Artist: Julie London
Title Of Album: Julie London - Sings the Standards
Year Of Release: April 23, 2001
Label: EMI
Genre: Jazz, Vocal
Quality: FLAC
Bitrate: lossless-tracks +cue +log +SCANS
Total Size: 336 Mb

Julie London remains a one of the greatest female vocalists of the entire twentieth century; and every minute of this album proves it. Hers was a talent we just don't get to cherish very often.
The CD track set begins with "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend." The upbeat melody complete with bass sets the tone; and when Julie comes in you know she's the best! Julie's excellent diction bolsters this number as well. The strings work wonders for this number. "Can't Get Used To Losing You" offers a more subdued, somber number even though the melody appears to be light. "Can't Get Used To Losing You" gives us Julie singing about her pain after her love affair is over. Excellent!
"Fly Me To The Moon" begins with a late 1950s/early 1960s Latin beat to make this ballad all the more romantic, although later on the melody get that easy listening feel to it. Julie delivers "Fly Me To The Moon" without a superfluous note--wonderful!

Julie London - Sings the Standards

"Hello Dolly" shines in Julie's competent hands; and the slower than usual tempo helps Julie to put her own stamp on this classic number! Great percussion, too. "Light My Fire," a number made famous by The Doors in the 1960s, gets the royal treatment from London, proving that she can even handle the rock and rock classics with grace and style. Impressive!
"You Made Me Love You" sports a few chord changes to once again help Julie to put her own stamp on this classic ballad. The organ works well for "You Made Me Love You." "Call Me Irresponsible" begins with a musical flourish and when Julie comes in she massages the lyrics beyond perfection! The strings play a little too loud in my opinion; but this number sounds great anyway. In addition, "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" showcases Julie's magnificent voice; the piano has a great effect upon this number. Julie London performs "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" with great sensitivity and panache. Excellent!
"As Time Goes By" starts off with some great percussion in the musical intro; and Julie yet again delivers another classic ballad flawlessly. What a treasure!
The liner notes have a fine essay by Martin Hutchinson; he writes about Julie London and her career. You get the song credits; and the front cover artwork reflects good judgment.
Julie London once again proves her mettle with this CD of remarkably well done, thoughtfully delivered classic ballads. I highly recommend this CD for fans of Julie London and classic pop vocals.


1. Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend
2. The More I See You
3. Can't Get Used To Losing You
4. Fly Me To The Moon
5. Hello Dolly
6. Light My Fire
7. You Made Me Love You
8. Mad About The Boy
9. Love Letters
10. Blue Moon
11. What Is This Thing Called Love
12. Call Me Irresponsible
13. When I Fall In Love
14. Let There Be Love
15. The Man That Got Away
16. Love Is Here To Stay
17. I Left My Heart In San Francisco
18. Wives And Lovers
19. As Time Goes By
20. Willow Weep Me
21. September In The Rain
22. Summertime

Julie London - Sings the Standards

Julie London - Sings the Standards

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